Robotics Training Gives Students a Competitive Edge in Today’s Job Market
Did you know that Automation Engineers are near the top of Canada’s Ten Most in Demand Jobs for 2019? Students who have access to robotics training – both at the college and university level – will surely have a significant advantage when embarking on their chosen careers.
KUKA Robotics is a preeminent German manufacturer of industrial robots and they are ranked number one in Europe and number two worldwide. Here at AYVA we are elated to have been chosen as their educational partner.
KUKA Robots have been acquired by industry leaders such as Tesla (auto), Boeing (aero) and Disney (entertainment) and they are the only industrial robot currently found in Operating Rooms.
KUKA’s Ready-to-Educate Carts pictured above are a mobile solution for updating robotics and automation labs. Educators can choose from a variety of training cells featuring the latest industrial arm. Everything is in a single package: gripper, magazine with cubes, pen, paper holding frame and hot wire practice kit. Exercises and levels of difficulty can be customized to meet one’s needs.
The KUKA program has been adopted by numerous institutions across Canada to teach students operational skills, fundamentals and control technology programming. Over the past year, University of Regina and Saskatchewan Polytechnic in the West and University of Toronto and Centennial in the East have added multiple training cells at each location.
Students whose instructors have completed KUKA’s Programming Courses are presented with the Manufacturer’s Certified Training Certificate at the end of their course – to one day assist in their job search.
If you would like to learn more and possibly organize a tour of the KUKA Canada facility or join us at an Upcoming Manufacturing Conference call 1-877-967-2726.