764 Bessemer St, Suite #105, Meadville, PA 16335 | 814.333.2415

mechatronics

Electro-Mechanical Technology

What is an Electro-Mechanical Technician?

An Electro-Mechanical Technology combines knowledge of mechanical technology with knowledge of electrical and electronic circuits. They operate, test, and maintain unmanned automated robotic or electromechanical equipment.*

What Can I Expect as an Electro-Mechanical Technology Student?

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. You will be able to ask questions and get a feel for what work will be like after graduation. Your instructors will not only teach you the information that you need to know to be successful, but they will also act as your mentors guiding you throughout your training and assisting you in choosing the best industry to work in.

Electro-Mechanical Technician Alumni Testimonial

Our Electro-Mechanical Technician program is excellent. But don’t take our word for it. Watch the video below and hear from one of our alumni who got a job quickly after graduation!

 

What is the Core Cirriculum I will be Taking?

  • Basic Print Reading
  • Control Wiring
  • AC/DC Applications
  • Mechanical Drive Systems
  • Fundamentals of Electricity
  • Basic Maintenance Welding

 What Equipment Do I Get To Work With?

  • FANUC robotics systems
  • Hydraulics & Pneumatics training labs
  • PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers) labs
  • Control panel wiring lab
  • Mechanical drives training labs

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What is the Job Outlook for Electro-Mechanical Technicians?

Demand for Electro-Mechanical Technicians is likely to grow as demand increases for engineers to design and build new equipment in various fields.*

Our Grads get Hired!

At PMI, we take pride in our excellent job placement program. Watch the video below to hear from one of the many companies that have hired our PMI alumni over the years.

 

*Information provided by the U.S Bureau of Labor & Statistics.