Whether you’re starting your career, or looking for opportunities to up-date your skills, Robotics & Automation are vital to manufacturing, distribution, and most other industries.
The northeast Texas region boasts a strong industrial base in manufacturing and fabrication, offering opportunities in a variety of technical careers with ease-of-entry, career advancement, and financial security.
If you have a good mechanical aptitude, enjoy troubleshooting and problem solving, and appreciate precision and attention to detail, then working as a Robotic Technician may be a great fit for you.
Complete the certificate in less than one year!
- Intro to Industrial Maintenance
- Intro to Electrical Theory
- Programmable Logic Control
- Robotic Fundamentals
- Vision Systems
- Robotic Applications, Setup & Testing
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor
The Median annual wages in Texas (2016) were $26.74 hourly, $55,610 annual.
Robotic Technician occupations are expected to grow rapidly in the next several years with a large number of job openings, and are recognized as new and emerging occupations.