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What is a program in Industrial Automation?

The program prepares students in mechanical and electrical technology utilized in automated industrial settings. Automation is increasingly used in manufacturing and distribution. Those with the skills to install, program, and maintain this equipment are assured promising careers in a technical and growing field.

Program Coordinator

 Don  Worman

Don Worman

Specialty Manufacturing Training/Business Development
Schnecksville, PA
 Angel L. Mulero-Collazo

Angel L. Mulero-Collazo

Manufacturing Technology Instructor – Amazon
Schnecksville, PA

Industrial Automation Skills

  • Circuit Calculations
  • Electrical wiring and motor controls
  • Basic mechanical drives
  • Hose connections and repairs
  • Conductor disconnect, overload protection
  • Programmable controllers
  • Industrial wiring
  • Electronic sensors

Pathway to a Career in Industrial Automation

Advance your career at your own pace. Each step below transfers credits to the next. Appropriate job titles and average pay ranges are meant to help guide an individual interested in this field; they vary based on individual experience and employer.

Wage information taken from Lightcast Q2 2023 BETA Data Set – QCEW Employees. Wage range is 25%-75% hourly average in surrounding 3-county region.

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