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Electrical and Robotics

Industry recognised electrical courses are aimed at both apprentices and established engineers who have electrical industry experience. Subjects include scope, object and fundamental principles, assessment and general characteristics, protection for safety, selection and erection of equipment, special installations or locations, inspection and testing.

For engineers wanting to learn the basic concepts of robotics, our Introduction to Robotics course enables candidates to gain an understanding of the principles of robotic programming routines and perform specific job applications.

Introduction to CAD

Start Dates:

17 Jun 19 22 Jul 19

Introduction to CAD

This workshop enables the candidate to gain an understanding of the basic concepts of CAD modelling to enable them to independently produce their own 3D models from 2D sketches.   Throughout the workshop you will cover many different functions on CAD software Autodesk Inventor and begin to understand how the software could be utilised in your job role as a CAD operator. By the end of the workshop...

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City & Guilds 18th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations (2382-18)

Start Dates:

13 May 19

City & Guilds 18th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations (2382-18)

The AMRC Training Centre always looks to add value to the learning experience to benefit both the employer and learner. The content of the City & Guilds 18th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations (2382-18) qualification includes:   Scope, object and fundamental principles Definitions Assessment and general characteristics Protection for safety Selection and erection of equipment Special...

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Introduction to Robotics

Start Dates:

27 Aug 19

Introduction to Robotics

This course enables the candidate to gain an understanding of the basic concepts of programming routines to enable robots to perform specific job applications.

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Intermediate CAD

Start Dates:

19 Jun 19

Intermediate CAD

This supplementary two day workshop enables candidates to continue practising the skills already gained in the Introduction to CAD course and become proficient in the production of 3D models. Candidates will be introduced to additional functions of Autodesk Inventor and will work through a set of drawings to produce various 3D models.

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