Electrical CAD

AutoCAD electrical is Autodesk’s specialist control panel and electrical cad drafting package based on the world leading AutoCAD drawing software.

Control panel design and electrical cad drafting has always been a very time consuming task often segregated from the main design section and subject to multiple design iterations leading to extended design times and errors.

AutoCAD Electrical brings electrical design productivity to new levels with increases of up to 80% compared to using traditional 2D drafting techniques.

Attending an AutoCAD Electrical training course will enable electrical design engineers to take maximum advantage of the plethora of specially developed electrical drafting tools that simply take electrical cad drafting productivity to previously un-obtainable levels.

AutoCAD Electrical training courses are designed for existing cad users needing to be able to use this powerful electrical cad software in a commercial environment.

Typical components of the course include:

  • Overview of AutoCAD Electrical
  • Working with projects
  • Using wire drawing tools
  • Working with intelligent symbols
  • Using terminals
  • Wire numbering
  • Report generation

PCB Design

PCB designing training is a quality training delivered by the expert from the electronics industry. Their innovative methods of imparting knowledge and skills ensure you get the maximum out of our customized course curriculum mapping with the industry needs. Well-equipped laboratory, mentorship of expert, extensive hands-on sessions, and cooperative learning environment all support learning to a great extent..The best of the techniques and tools required for PCB designing are explained and demonstrated during the learning sessions. Tips and tricks for producing functional design boards at the first time are also provided during the training.

By the end of the training, you will inculcate the following skills:

  • Identify how to select the components for the circuit design
  • Understand circuit design process and different machines used for designin
  • Differentiate between different types of PCB
  • Detailed knowledge about Schematic
  • Design, place items, edit the layout and also troubleshoot errors there
  • Familiarity with Proteus, burning IC in Proteus, and circuit simulation
  • Etching process for final PCB
  • Hands-on CAD softwares for PCB such as Orcad, Diptrace, and Eagle

Embedded C Program

Embedded C programming training is an elementary course focusing on the knowledge and skills required to define the functionality of the embedded systems. Training will immerse the candidates into the techniques for the development of the reliable embedded systems for ensuring the error free performance of the devices. The aspirants will get insight on the guidelines for defining the logic of the program, adding structure to the code, implementing correct syntax and linking to derive the desired result. Industry experts will facilitate learning and hands-on experience under the planned training approach including real life scenarios.

By the completion of the course, you will exhibit the following skills:

  • Understand the components, hardware classification, and programming classification of Embedded System
  • Differentiate between C and Embedded C
  • Describe the data type, operators, statements, and loops of Embedded C
  • Identify the elements for programming Embedded Systems
  • Install the software, configure the simulator, build the target, run the simulation, and dissect the program
  • Provide interfacing using Embedded C

8053 µC

8051 µC training course is designed to understand the complexity of designing in embedded systems and explain 8051 microcontroller in detail. Participants will gain understanding on the architecture, pin diagram, and addressing modes of 8051. Different types of interfaces possible with 8051 is also covered in the course curriculum. Knowledge and skills imparted during this training is beneficial in the manufacturing of scroll message display, measuring devices, remote control applications, robotics, and many others.

By the completion of the course, you will be able to:

  • Understand the embedded systems in complete details covering its need, classification on both hardware and programming language level
  • Differentiate between the microprocessor and the microcontrolller
  • Elucidate 8051 architectures along with its addressing modes and other interfacing system
  • Understand the register and memory of AT89C51
  • Understand programming of timer and counter, serial communication, and interrupts
  • Understand and work on Embedded C
  • Understand different sensors categories


PIC µC training course curriculum is designed to develop to equip the participants with all the all required skills required to work with Programmable Interface Controllers (PIC microcontrollers) at both the hardware and software fronts. This training program enables the aspirants to work on the architecture, pin diagram, and input-output interfacing. Exposure to Embedded C and using assembly functions/programs in C is also the part of this training. The PIC microcontroller training imparts the skills to meet the needs of embedded systems industry by programming th eelctronic circuits to work for wide range of tasks.

Upon the completion of the training, you will be able to:

  • Understand the evolution in microcontroller technology
  • List the features of PIC16F877A microcontrolle
  • Study the architecture, pin diagram, an deport input-output configuration
  • Get comprehensive knowledge on the interrupts and timers
  • Understand the significance of input-output device interface
  • Create inline assembly in C and call/convert the assembly functions/programs in C
  • Get an idea of the latest trends in the embedded systems field
  • Work on different projects making use of the PIC microcontroller
  • Describing the process of creating an iAssembly and an iPart


ARM µP training lays emphasis on providing details about NXP’s ARM7 (LPC21xx ) processor. Training will be imparted on ARM microcontroller Development Board to equip the participants with the skills required y the embedded systems industry. The course curriculum broadly covers ARM7 architecture, instruction set, programming tools, and debugging techniques. Interfacing of IO device is also taught by keeping focus on different interfacing techniques such as I2C, SPI, ADC, DAC, and USB. Serial communication and hardware timer programming are also discussed.

Upon the completion of training, you will be inculcating the following skills:

  • Develop background for embedded systems
  • Differentiate between CISC and RISC processors, Von Neumann and hardware systems, processor and controllers
  • Understand about the concepts, architecture, and instruction set of ARM7
  • Provide an overview of difference between microprocessor and micro controller
  • Work on ARM processor programming including the debugging techniques (JTAG)
  • Implement external interfaces in various embedded system projects by using various interfacing techniques
  • Understand timer C programming and serial communication

Industrial Automation - PLC

PLC (Programmable Logic controller) training imparts the skills for implementing machinery and hardware related automation to rule the modern industrial automation process. Participants gain the understanding of PLC architecture, applications, instructions, programming, interfacing and troubleshooting. The learning curve encompasses ladder logic for establishing mathematical and logical concepts. The methods of controlling industrial electronic circuits namely relays and sensor interfacing is also covered. The training program provides insight and practical exposure on the leading brands of PLCs such as Allen Bradley and Siemens.

Upon the completion of training, you will be proficient in the following:

  • Need of control system and industrial automation
  • Difference between relay, contactor & PLC logic
  • Clarity in PLC architecture and module
  • Simulator analysis of a PLC Programming
  • Hands on experience on real time applications working and troubleshooting
  • Ladder logic programing to implement control over functions
  • Use of relay logic, interlocking circuit, industrial timer, and sensors

Industrial Automation - SCADA

SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) training course provides a thorough technical overview of SCADA software used for supervision and data management involved in the industrial automation systems. In the process of developing SCADA applications, participants will learn about the ways of creating/modifying database of tag and writing logic through script. Creating animation, alarms, events and establishing connectivity between hardware and software all is involved in the training. Fundamentals of AC drive along with interfacing with PLC is also discussed

Upon the completion of the training, you will gain knowledge on:

  • Need, components, and hardware classification of industrial automation
  • Basic concepts of SCADA
  • SCADA application and project
  • SCADA and networking
  • Creating and accessing real-time and historic trends
  • Interfacing SCADA via Excel, via PLC, via Relay, via Motor/LED
  • Troubleshooting the application
  • Interfacing with PLC