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MIAT’s Robotics & Automation programs are designed to prepare students for careers such as machine tool builder, service technician, automation & controls technician, electronics technician, field service controls technician, instrumentation technician, robotics technician, maintenance technician, just to name a few.2
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At MIAT, students can choose from two different robotics and automation programs:
UTI's Automotive Technician training is offered at 12 of our campuses across the country. Whether you live a few miles away or in a different state, we have a school for you.
Some of the courses your training will cover include:
Robotics is the process of creating and using robots to complete certain tasks. Automation refers to the process of using technology to perform tasks typically completed by humans. Automation and robotics technology is a broad term that refers to utilizing robots in an automated fashion. This complex science supports different industries.
Completing a formal training program is a great way to prepare for a career in robotics. While some people train on the job, learning at a technical school like MIAT can prepare you to pursue a career in 12-18 months.1
With an education in robotics and automation, there are a variety of potential career paths you can explore. Some of these include becoming an electromechanical technician, drafter, mechanical engineering technician, electrical and electronics installer/repairer, machinery maintenance worker, field service technician, and industrial engineering technician.
1) UTI and MIAT are educational institutions and cannot guarantee employment or salary.
2) The Robotics & Automation AAS, Aviation Maintenance Technology, and Energy Technology programs contain online general education courses.
3) For program outcome information and other disclosures, visit www.uti.edu/disclosures for UTI and www.miat.edu/disclosures for MIAT.
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