This is a 4-day instructor led class to help the student gain insight into Plant SCADA (formerly Citect SCADA) project design and become familiar with new integrated engineering interface, Plant SCADA Studio.

Learn how to design a project from start to finish and configure various features, including equipment hierarchy. This interactive course includes hands-on practice with plant control, data collection, trending, and reporting.

Target Audience

  • People who want to become familiar with Plant SCADA project development techniques
  • Plant SCADA users, including engineering staff, maintenance staff and plant supervisors
  • Technical users who maintain and improve their installed Plant SCADA systems
  • Managers who want more than a basic understanding of Plant SCADA
  • Plant SCADA System Integrators and Designers


  • Basic understanding of Plant SCADA
  • Familiar with Microsoft® Windows Operating Systems
  • Experience in PLC control system design and/or programming is desirable


4 days


Classroom, Onsite, Live Online



Learning Objectives

By the completion of this training course, you should be able to:

  • Create new projects based on the StructureWare Starter Project
  • Use Plant SCADA to communicate with an I/O device
  • Utilize the benefits of an equipment hierarchy
  • Create graphics pages and manipulate graphics symbols
  • Generate and manage alarms, trends and reports
  • Troubleshoot and resolve problems encountered during the course
  • Use the online Plant SCADA Help Topics and Knowledge Base effectively

Course Content

  • Module 1: Introduction to Plant SCADA 
  • Module 2: Overview of the Plant SCADA Studio
  • Module 3: Project Management
  • Module 4: Define a Topology
  • Module 5: System Model
  • Module 6: Equipment
  • Module 7: Graphics
  • Module 8: Operator Input
  • Module 9: Genies
  • Module 10: Popup Pages
  • Module 11: Devices
  • Module 12: Events
  • Module 13: Alarms
  • Module 14: Process Analysis
  • Module 15: Page Management
  • Module 16: Reports
  • Module 17: Security