Ensuring College & Career Readiness

Automation & Robotics I & II

This course will introduce students to the basics of electricity, pneumatic power, fluid power, mechanical principles, and manufacturing programming.  Using classroom and lab experiences, students will be introduced to Robotic Mechatronics Systems and will learn to troubleshoot and correct malfunctions.  Students will also learn preventative maintenance elements and electrical drives.  Hands-on projects and team activities will allow students to apply learning on the latest industry technologies.

(DOE 5610/5612)


Career Opportunities

Industrial/Automation Engineer, Electro-mechanical Technicians, Robotics Programmer/Technician

Instructor – Josey Earl

jearl@nafc.org