I've recently used SWe on a quite big project. This software is quite "user friendly". I'm not sure that all the functions asked by an electrical engineer are included. Perhaps, the best way is to try this one for your application.
Another advantage is that it's quite easy to configure SWe from an existing template.
There are basic concepts of electrica theory that you really should understand if you're going to be creating schematics and choosing electrical components.
If you have that level of background in electrical theory, this tool should work great for you. It's actually pretty easy to use for simple schematic creation.
If you are interested in getting started in control system design, it is highly recommended that you review, "Introduction to Designing Machine Control Systems". This course was designed as an introduction for engineers of other disciplines. There is a cost for PDH credits but the course and questions can be viewed for free under the "Preview Course" and "Read/Print Test" buttons:
The only down side of not paying is that the answers and explanations to the question are not provided.