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iPhone Course Includes:


• 286 Page Book

• Instructor Support with Study Guide & Lessons

• 16 Piece Tool Kit for iDevices
 

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This course includes a real hands-on PLC lab, software and lesson material with exercises. Learn to program Allen Bradley PLCs at home.
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