STEM Industrial Robotics

  • Arcadia
  • Blair-Taylor
  • Independence
  • Whitehall
STEM Industrial Robotics

Course Description: In this course students will be working with our FANUC Certification Cart learning how robotics work. This course will show students how to program and troubleshoot robots. Students will not only learn how to move the robot but also manage end-of-arm tooling. This course will utilize FANUC curriculum and resources used by industrial technicians and automation engineers. Students in this course will experience field trips to see automation and robotics being used in industry. Upon completion of this course with an 85% or higher students will receive FANUC certification. This course may have opportunities for transcripted credits through multiple technical colleges.

Certification: C-103 Certified Industry 4.0 Associate - Robot System Operations & Fanuc Handling Tool Operations and Programing

**Earn College Credit** This class is transcripted through Western Technical College which means you will earn high school and college credit upon successful completion of this course. Please note that the college credit earned through WTC is transferable to other technical colleges in the Wisconsin Technical College System.

Western Class: Advanced Robotic Programming, 10664105, 2.0 Western credits

College Credit: 2 credit at Gateway Technical College, Chippewa Valley Technical College

Credit: 0.5

Length: (1) Trimester

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

Prerequisites: Introduction to Mechatronics

Cum Laude Points: 0-1.0

Career Cluster(s):

  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • STEM