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Programmable Logics Control Class to Begin at The Hoke Center Soon

Student pushes a green button on a piece of machinery.If designing complex logic operations and analog processing piques your interest, check out this Programmable Logics Control (PLC) class set to being soon at the Hoke Center. And because of the generous donors to the College, this class will be offered at no charge. The donors have paid the class fee.

Sandhills Community College continues to provide exceptional training for in-demand skills and even assists with job placement and career coaching. These courses do not take an extended amount of time to complete, and most students have employment lined up by the time they are completed.

This class requires face-to-face interaction. The College will stringently follow CDC recommendations and precautions for a safe environment. The number of students in the classroom has been reduced to allow for distancing and students are required to wear a face/mouth covering when on campus.

In “Basic Programmable Logics Control” students will learn the basics of PLC operations. Students will learn how to create a PLC program and design complex logic operations. Storage function applications and how to implement program flow control will be covered. Analog processing and how to solve complex text assignments will be taught as well. This is the second of three classes in the SCC Automated Technology Certificate program.

“Basic Programmable Logics Control” will be held at the Hoke Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sept. 1-Feb. 4 from 6-9 p.m. The cost is usually $185 but the fee is being paid for by donors to the College this semester, as well as the $50 material fee.


Seats are still available for this class. To register, call Continuing Education at (910) 695-3980 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays or 9 a.m.-Noon on Fridays. Pre-register at

Campus Health Precautions

For the continued safety and well-being of students, faculty, and staff, Sandhills Community College has installed additional hand sanitizing stations on campus and a deep cleaning is being carried out each evening using EPA-approved disinfectants and foggers. A campus-wide sanitizing wipe down of door pulls and light switches is done twice each weekday and the use of water fountains has been discontinued. Service desk shields have been installed in high traffic areas.

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