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World-Class Training in Automation
FANUC Robotics Training

World-Class Training in Automation
FANUC Robotics Training

FANUC Robotics Training


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NWACC has proudly partnered with the NWA Regional Robotics Center to offer FANUC Certified Robot Operator - 1. This course is designed for an operator, technician, engineer or programmer who is required to setup and record programs on a robot. Students learn the robot operations outline intermixed with the tasks required to set up the specific application, test, run and refine the program and production setup.

FANUC has a long history of providing world-class training programs on robotics, intelligent solutions, and advanced automation applications. The assessment exams allow the candidate to demonstrate their knowledge in robot operations, frame setup, writing, modifying and executing basic motion programs, program offsets, backups and restorations, and creating and modifying simulations.

After the completion of this course, students will acquire knowledge in the following:

  • Power up and jog the robot
  • Recover from common program and robot faults
  • Execute production operations
  • Create, modify and execute a material handling program
  • Create and execute MACRO’s
  • Monitor, force and simulate input and output signals
  • Backup and restore individual programs and files

The cost of this course is $1,995 for 35 hours (one week) of instruction and 35 continuing education units.

Student will be required to have a GED or high school diploma completed in order to participate in this course. 

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NWACC offers several FANUC Certified Robot Operator - 1 course dates beginning in June 2019.

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$40,000 Average Salary

Automation is transforming businesses and the workforce. Machines will be able to carry out more of the tasks done by humans, but will need humans to assist in programing and operating them. Robotics training will continue to increase in demand. The average starting salary for an individual with robotics training and a GED or high school diploma is $40,000.