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What We Do
We created myPLCtraining.com to help electricians, technicians and engineers upgrade their careers into controls & automation along with a $10k-$35k pay increase.
We work hard to provide QUALITY free and paid content that will help you achieve your industrial automation goals.
Our goal is simple:
Help electricians, technicians and engineers get confident with PLCs and automation so they can improve their careers, their companies and the world.
Hi, my name is Stephen. I am the creator of myPLCtraining.com. I really enjoy industrial automation and especially Allen-Bradley PLCs! I created the myPLCtraining.com business to help electricians and technicians become confident PLC programmers.
I am working hard to provide QUALITY free and paid content that will help electricians, techs and engineers achieve their industrial automation goals.
Here's where I'm coming from:
I graduated in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Missouri University of Science & Technology.
After graduation, I have worked for roughly a decade as an engineer at small family-owned electrical switchgear business. One of my main responsibilities was to program industrial automation devices such as PLCs to automate switchgear, generators and substation switches. It was a very fulfilling career with lots of challenges and opportunities to learn and help customers with unique problems. I received my Professional Engineer’s License in Nebraska.
Now I focus on helping electricians, techs have fulfilling and well-paying careers in the ever expanding world of controls & automation!
When I’m not working, I love hanging out with my wife and other family and friends. I also enjoy playing guitar, singing and songwriting. Also, I am a Christian and love the Bible.
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