6/17/2016

Convenient Robot Training

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This training consists of course modules that are self-paced, with videos, interactive simulations and practice exercises that enrich the virtual learning environment.

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Learning the intricacies of robotic operation, kinematics and programming, usually means a trip to the manufacturer’s training facility or the training facility of one of its representatives. A new Web-based training program, developed by ABB Robotics, lets students and trainees receive the same quality and depth without the need to travel. The training is called IRC5 and consists of course modules that are self-paced, with videos, interactive simulations and practice exercises that enrich the virtual learning environment.

The goal of ABB’s first Web-based course is to offer a top level training option to students or employees who might not have time in their schedules to dedicate to an off-site course.

Students who successfully completing the course and its cumulative exam earn a certificate of completion along with continuing education units (CEUs). Increasingly, robots are being used in manufacturing, and having a well trained staff is in the best interest of every shop.

Click here to learn more about this convenient training program. 

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