Ensuring College & Career Readiness

Automation & Robotics I & II


Description: In this program students will learn about today’s industrial & manufacturing technologies in a hands-on environment. Students will learn about industrial safety, basics of electricity, fluid power, mechanical principles, AutoCAD, blueprint reading, industrial control wiring, motor controls, PLC’s, robotic programming, and more! Students will also earn Industry standard certificates as part of their education as well: OSHA-10, NCCER Core, Fanuc Tool Handling & Programming, CPR/AED, & the MSSC CPT. In this program, students will have the knowledge and skills needed to go into a high-demand career upon completing high school.

Junior Year: 7108 Principles of Advanced Manufacturing 

7103 Advanced Manufacturing Technology 

7106 Mechatronics Systems 

Senior Year: 2022 – 5688 Industrial Technical Maintenance II 

2023 – 7224 Industrial Automation and Robotics Capstone

Dual Credits: Ivy Tech

Certifications:

Career Opportunities

Industrial/Automation Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Robotics Programmer/Technician, Automation Control Specialist, Industrial Maintenance Technician, Electrician, Production Manager, Quality Control Technician, & Millwright/Machine Installer.

Instructor – Joseph Earl

jearl@nafcs.org