This program includes problem-based instruction in the principles of robotics, design, operational testing, system maintenance, repair procedures, robot computer systems, and control languages. Learn to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers and other professionals engaged in developing and using robots and automation control systems.
Things to Consider
- This is a rapidly evolving field that may present new opportunities for years to come.
- Students must have the ability to be creative and detail oriented.
- Students must have the ability to work and collaborate with teammates as well as independently.
- Electro-Mechanical Technician
- Robotics Technician
Jobs Available After Additional or Advanced Training
- Robotics Operator
- Robotics Engineer
- Mechanical Engineer
- Aerospace Engineer
- Civil Engineer
JTED @ The Bridges
3300 S. Park Ave.
- Mondays & Wednesdays 4 to 6:30 p.m.
- Monday through Friday bell schedule
*Earns 2 credits/year
Safety, electrical & electrical tasks, electrical motors, mechanical systems linkages, hydraulic & pneumatic systems
Programmable logic controller systems, drafting, industrial robot types and tasks, communication methodologies, sensor solutions, manufacturing processes in automation
Professional skills preparation for work-based-learning opportunities
Entrance Requirements for Year 2 & 3
Successful completion of Automation/Robotics. To include:
- Completion of Automation/Robotics Year 1 for entrance into Year 2
- Completion of Automation/Robotics Year 2 for entrance into Year 3
- Year 1:
- OSHA 10: Manufacturing – CareerSafe
- Fundamentals of Electricity – Amatrol
- Year 2:
- NC3 Measurements
Reggie BrooksAutomation/Robotics Instructor
- Year 1:
- AIT100 – Industrial Safety (1 college credit)
- AIT105 – Maintenance Operations (3 college credits)
*Dual Enrollment Credits available to students are dependent on teacher credentials*
Beneficial Classes to Take in High School
- Computer Science/Coding