Mechatronics Program: Start or Enhance Skills in Advanced Manufacturing

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Mechatronics Program

Jobs in manufacturing are experiencing rapid advancements in
technology sparking the rise of ‘smart’ connected work environments
and the need for a highly-skilled workforce. Our mechatronics program
can teach you the skills you need through hands-on learning, which
will help you find a career as an electromechanical technician, production technician, or industrial maintenance technician, with excellent starting salaries.

Mechatronics

This enhanced Mechatronics program at LFCC Workforce Solutions can teach the skills needed through hands-on learning, which will help students find a career as an electromechanical technician, production technician, or industrial maintenance technician, with excellent starting salaries.

Throughout the program students will learn to:

  • Understand and implement safe operation and maintenance of machines and processes
  • Troubleshoot and address common issues in electromechanical systems
  • Perform routine maintenance activities
  • Operate and maintain fluid power systems
  • Perform basic robot programming and operation
  • Identify and explain the components/functions of a PLC
  • Understand and explain the basic concepts and terms of Industry 4.0 and how digitalization is impacting the industry, our daily lives, and cyber-security

Building Careers for Industry

NC3 LogoThis partnership with NC3 (National Coalition of Certification Centers) – the trusted certification accrediting body in the industry – allows students to earn this stackable credential and receive the following Level 1 Certifications:

  • Fundamentals of Electricity
    • AC
    • DC
  • Fundamentals of Fluid Power
    • Hydraulics
    • Pneumatics
  • Fundamentals of Mechanical Systems
    • Drive components and systems

Mechatronics Career Path

Employment Outlook

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