This Introduction to Industrial Robotics (Intermediate) will support learners who have an interest in this subject and wish to pursue a career in engineering and robotics and have completed the Introduction to Industrial Robotics for beginners. Learners may have completed a previous Engineering qualification and wish to progress onto Level 3 or higher-level qualifications, or to gain/develop knowledge and skills required to work in industries aligned to Industrial Robotics prior to making crucial career decisions.
This course will support upskilling within their current roles, which can then be used to progress into more senior/complex job roles, or to support a career change into Automation/Industrial Robotics sectors.
This qualification includes the following modules:
3.Manual Movement (“Jogging”)
4.Coordinate systems (World, Base, Tool)
5.Basic movement programming (PTP, LIN, CIRC)
6.Pick and Place programming
7.Base Coordinate Programming
8.Tool Coordinate Programming
9.Loops (For..Next / While..Do)
10.Conditions (If..Then, Case statements)
12.KUKA SIM offline programming & simulation
There are no formal assessments on this course.
This can be used as a CPD course to upskill within their current working environment, using high specification Robotics equipment.
All class-based materials will be provided.
This qualification will lead to employment in the industry of Advanced manufacturing or to further study/higher education. This includes:
Level 3 electrical Engineering
Level 4 Automation and Robotics PLC’s
Level 4 Apprenticeship Automation and Robotics
(learnes must meet the entry requirements for these qualifications)
For entry onto this qualification learners must have completed the Introduction to Robotics for Beginners.
Can I get help with fees?
Funding may be available to support your learning as an adult (aged 19+) studying at Dudley College. Check out the Financial Support guidance for more information.