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Robotics Technician Certif, George Brown College

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The Robotics Technician program studies the nature of industrial robots and investigates how they are used within manufacturing systems. The primary focus of the program is on automated manufacturing processes, the role of robots and all of their related support equipment. Areas of study include motion programming, palletizing, conveyor systems, computer networking, automated sorting systems, vision and tactile sensors and computer integration. Students receive both theoretical and laboratory instruction through a combination of multimedia learning resources and robotics simulation software, enabling the students to learn the art of programming, testing and debugging robot-control programs.

Typical completion time for the program is 28 weeks of part time study.

For more information call a Program Advisor toll-free at 1-888-553-5333 or visit