Why Electro-Mechanical Technology
Stated by the US Department of Labor (Bureau of Labor Statistics)*, “As demand increases for engineers to design and build new equipment in various fields, employment of electro-mechanical technicians should also increase.” Having an understanding of Mechatronics Technology allows these technicians to work on a wide variety of equipment in the Manufacturing Industry. Electro-mechanical technicians will earn an average of $24.91/hour or $51,820 annually*.
Why PMI for Electro-Mechanical Technology?
Our Instructors have over 30 years of experience in the Electro-Mechanical Technology field. Students will receive extensive hands-on training that will allow them to work with Industrial Systems. The curriculum will focus on a broad spectrum of subjects such as:
- Robotics operations & programming
- Hydraulics & Pneumatics
- Electrical troubleshooting
- Maintenance welding
- Mechanical drives
- Blueprint reading
- Industrial mechanics
A diploma in Electro-Mechanical Technology is awarded upon graduation.
What Equipment Do I Get To Work With?
Students will receive hands-on on training with the following equipment and labs in the Mechatronics
- FANUC robotics systems
- Hydraulics & Pneumatics training labs
- PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers) labs
- Control panel wiring lab
- Mechanical drives training labs