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. To meet these demands of advanced manufacturing, technology companies need people who understand and are cable to maintain systems and machinery that are computer-controlled.


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 industry, our daily lives, and cyber-security

Building Careers for Industry

NC3 LogoFundamentals of ElectricityThis 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:Mechatronics Career Path

  • Fundamentals of Electricity
    • AC
    • DC
  • Fundamentals of Fluid Power
    • Hydraulics
    • Pneumatics
  • Mechanical Systems

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