Mechatronic Technician Training
The skill sets employed by a Mechatronics Technician are in high demand in industry. As manufacturing processes become more automated process become more important to the overall health of an organization. Machine downtime costs the company money, so it is their best interest to have qualified people on staff who are able to efficiently maintain, troubleshoot and repair equipment.
Mechatronics training is being offered through Kalamazoo Valley Community College’s Groves Campus open enrollment in a modularized format. Typically classes are held for a one eight hour day per week for the duration of the course. Upon successful completion of the modules below, the trainee may be eligible for a Certificate of Achievement as a Mechatronics Technician through Kalamazoo Valley Community College’s Groves Campus.
Electrical Safety - 8 hours
Basic Electrical - 32 hours
Advanced Electrical and Automated Control Concepts - 16 hours
Sensors and Automated Electromechanical Devices - 16 hours
Basic Mechanical - 8 hours
Precision Measurement - 8 hours
Machine Maintenance - 24 hours
Basic Fluid Power - 4 hours
Applied Fluid Power - 24 hours
Programmable Control Systems Troubleshooting - 8 hours
Programmable Control Systems Programming and Installation - 16 hours
For more information regarding these training topics please contact; Kate Miller 269-353-1257 firstname.lastname@example.org