The Robotics Technician certificate program introduces the concepts of industrial robots and explains how they are used in a plant or manufacturing system. The primary focus of the program is on automated manufacturing processes, as well as the role of robots and their support equipment. Receive instruction in both theoretical concepts and laboratory exercises using a combination of multimedia learning resources and a robotics simulation software package.
One of the main learning features of the Robotics technical program is the complete integration of laboratory experiments and projects within the presentation of the Robotics theory. The simulation software, RoboLogix, converts your computer into a simulated industrial robot, complete with four 3D learning environments which emulate Pick and Place, Arc Welding, Spot Welding and Spray-Painting applications. You can run the simulator to test and visually examine the execution of robot programs and control algorithms, while plotting instantaneous joint accelerations, velocities and positions.
Tuition and Fees
The total cost is $1740. There are two payment options.
Option 1 -
Full Registration: $1740
Students register and pay for the complete program at one time.
Option 2 -
Initial registration is $570 (includes web-based curriculum, laboratory simulation software, user guides and Module 1) and registration for each of the remaining 13 modules is $90/module. Students may register for one or more modules at any time.
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Schedule: Continuous enrollment - Enroll any time that's convenient to you and work at your own pace. Because of the course's flexible delivery format, students can enroll in the program at any time during the year and complete the home study training on your own terms. We provide you with the tutorial and technical support but leave the scheduling of studying and completion time up to you. The average completion time for the Robotics Technician Certificate is 32 weeks of part-time study, however previous electronics experience, education and time spent per week may reduce that time significantly
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