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Robotics II

Advanced robotic systems is a continued study of basic robotic operations.

The objective is to learn more advanced robot programming, flex cell system

integration, and troubleshooting reinforced with “hands-on” training on a

FANUC robot system. Program styles, concepts, and interfacing will be

discussed based upon the trainees actual manufacturing work cells. The

FANUC robot and controller system will be used in the labs with reference

to other robotic systems as well. This is a 16-hour course.

NOTE: The robot training session can be customized to suit the customer’s

needs as per their actual manufacturing system.

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ndustrial Electricity I

This is an introductory electricity course for skilled trades personnel.

The course is a study of DC and AC electricity principles, with a practical

approach to applications in an industrial environment.The learner will obtain

a knowledgeable understanding of the key symbols and abbreviations

associated with the electrical trade, acquire a comprehensive understanding

of basic electrical terminology, apply Ohm’s Law to a number of relevant

electrical applications, synthesize a number of components into a working

system involving series, parallel, and series parallel circuits, and analyze

and organize information gleaned from a malfunctioning circuit and restore

that circuit to its original intention. This is a 16-hour course.

Industrial Electricity II

This course is an advanced study of industrial electricity providing

comprehensive coverage of the control devices used within a contemporary

industrial electrical system. The learner will apply a knowledgeable

understanding of key symbols and abbreviations and apply that terminology

to a number of components synthesizing them into a workable electrical

circuit. Upon completion of this course the learner will be able to analyze

and organize information gleaned from a malfunctioning circuit and restore

that circuit to its original intention. This is a 16-hour course.

Electrical Prints & Troubleshooting

This course is a study of the systematic elimination of the various parts

of a system or process to locate a malfunctioning part. The learner

will obtain a knowledgeable understanding of the key symbols and

abbreviations associated with the electrical trade, acquire a comprehensive

understanding of the various devices associated with an electrical circuit,

synthesize a number of electrical components associated with a viable

sequence of operation, recognize a malfunctioning circuit through proper

meter application, and apply informed terminology while troubleshooting

and restoring a malfunction. This is a 16-hour course.

Motors and Motor Controls

This course is designed to be a comprehensive reference for use in industrial

maintenance and electrical training programs. Each topic covered includes

activities which reinforce the objectives presented. Topics covered range

from motor types and controls to installing and troubleshooting electric

motor drives. This is a 16-hour course.

HVACR I

An introductory heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration

course for skilled trades personnel. The course is a study of basic

thermo-dynamic principles, with a practical approach to applications in a

residential, commercial and industrial environment. The course will cover

basic heating and cooling concepts, refrigerant properties, psychometrics,

terminology, safety, troubleshooting and applications of basic mechanical

heating and cooling components and their electric/mechanical control.

This is a 24 hour course.

HVACR II

An intermediate study of the HVAC field. Studies will include commercial

and industrial designs and equipment, load calculations and system sizing.

concepts of equipment control will be introduced featuring low voltage,

high voltage methodologies This is a 24-hour course.

Industrial Technology

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