PLC stands for Programmable Logic Controller. The PLC device can be called a computer, but with the difference that is planned for a specific purpose. PLC devices are the perfect replacement for electric steering circuits in all industrial processes. Due to its specific features, PLC is used to control mechanical or industrial processes such as production lines. In the PLC industry, more than 100 different factories operate in the design and construction of various types of PLCs. PLCs can be categorized in terms of size, memory, number of inputs / outputs, scope of operation (local or wide), and so on. It should be noted that in order to assess the functionality of a PLC, it should consider other features such as processor, runtime, simplicity of programming language, developmental capability, etc. This training course is provided by OXFORD EDU in various countries.