Automation is increasing and continues to transform many industries from manufacturing, production and even warehouse operations. Being skilled in robotics and industrial automation means having the opportunity to work in many different industries and the future in this field holds limitless possibilities. The demand for skilled, qualified professionals in automation will continue to increase in Texas, the second largest employer of robotics and automation technicians in the nation.
Automated technology in today’s workplace requires highly-trained technicians who have technical knowledge and hands-on experience. As humans and machines collaborate more closely on complex jobs, there’s more of a need for trained and qualified technicians. At TSTC you will learn to program and interface robots with other industrial systems and get the practice you need to put these skills into action on the job.
Our program provides training on automated manufacturing processes, the role of robots, and support equipment. Our instructors provide you specialized instruction in these high-tech systems. You will learn the skills to troubleshoot, program and operate high-speed, high-precision automated systems and put your training to work.