Automation and Robotics in Manufacturing II

Provided by: Ivy Tech

Students will continue to develop their understanding of safety requirements when working with and around automated equipment; The continuation of robotic programming will progress into advanced programming with students learning how the integration of machines and other automation devices function together; Students will be ready to certify in Basic Robotic Programming at the completion of this course;

Course Objectives:

  • 1 Continued study of safety hazards and application of safe work practices when working with automated robotic equipment
  • 2 Demonstrate the ability to write advanced teach pendant programs
  • 3 Understand the integration process of robots into a multi robot work cell using various types of computer controlled equipment including the PLC and HMI

Course ID

ADMF 206


All Campuses


Ivy Tech


Communication, Critical Thinking, Personal Effectiveness, Robotic Safety, Automation, Algorithyms

Method of Delivery

Face to Face

Estimated Effort

64 hours