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APPLY ROBOTICS FOR MANUFACTURING AUTOMATION (42 HOURS)

Apply Robotics for Manufacturing Automation
This course is one of five modules stackable for the Graduate Diploma in Precision Engineering, specialising in Industrial Automation.

To increase productivity, industrial robots remain a popular choice in substituting manual operations. However, successful implementation of robotic automation requires a certain level of knowledge and competencies.

This course provides participants with the fundamental knowledge of industrial robots for implementation. It conducts practical industrial training such as robotic system set-up and programming, robot safety and standards, as well as localisation and navigation technologies of mobile robots. The participants will be guided through the process of developing and executing real-world projects for acquiring the competencies of adopting robotics systems.

 Why this Course

  • Highly practical course content delivered in an intensive and interactive manner
  • Introduction of the latest industrial technology and robotic system set-up tools
  • Case studies highlighting industrial applications in laboratory environments
  • Real-world projects will be discussed to enhance participants’ skills in planning & managing for robotic systems

Who Should Attend

This course targets at engineers, factory supervisors, managers, researchers and technical staff who are interested to gain or enhance their competencies and skills in automation and industrial robotics.




Webinar

Watch our webinar video for "Applying Robotics for High-Mix Low-Volume Manufacturing" held on 22 May 2020 for more information about this Graduate Diploma course.
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What You Will Learn
Upon Completion of This Course



Pre-Requisites, Full and Nett Course Fee



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Brochure and Registration

Apply Robotics for Manufacturing Automation
Please register for this course under 1. Graduate Diplomas in Precision Engineering > 2. Industrial Automation in the online registration form.

Note: Received registrations are placed on the waiting list for the next upcoming intake if the current intake is full or there is no available course schedule.



Schedules

Modules
Skills Course Code Reference Training Period (Click on dates to view schedules)
Registration Status 
M1:
Apply Robotics for Manufacturing Automation (42 Hours)
TGS-2019503417


M2:
Automation Components and Systems for Advanced Manufacturing (42 hours)
TGS-2019503415
EVE 23 Aug 2021 - 6 Oct 2021 CLOSED
M3:
Control in Automation Systems (42 hours)
TGS-2019504560 EVE 18 Oct 2021 - 1 Dec 2021
CLOSED
M4:
Automation Design and Simulation (42 hours)
TGS-2019504747EVE  7 Feb 2022 - 23 Mar 2022
OPEN
M5:
Plan and Manage Project for Implementation (30 hours)
TGS-2018502857


Sessions
FD : Full Day  AM : Morning PM : Afternoon EVE : Evening 




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