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Mechatronics Technician

Published
Competency-Based Apprenticeship
Sponsoring Company:
Minnesota Dual-Training Pipeline
Industries
O*Net Code
17-3024.00
Rapids Code
0167
Req. Hours
0
State
MN
Created
Aug 30, 2021
Updated
Aug 30, 2021

Competency-Based Skills

3 skill sets | 19 total skills
Industry-Sector Technical Competencies - PLC
Motor Controls - Understand industrial motor control principles including installation, maintenance, and repair principles
PLC systems - Understand the functions and components of PLC systems in order to achieve desired outcomes.
Hydraulic systems - Understand how hydraulic systems function and their applications and integration with PLCs.
Drivers - Understand the components and applications of drivers in order to achieve desired outcomes.
Schematics - Knowledge in properly reading schematics.
Troubleshooting - Understanding to troubleshoot PLC programs.
Industry-Sector Technical Competencies - Mechanical
Basic machining - Understand how to safely operate machinery and the theory behind machining functions.
Hand tools - Understand when and how to safely use hand tools in machining processes.
Fluid power (Hydraulics/Pneumatics) - Knowledge in operating, adjusting, servicing and installing fluid power systems.
Power transmission - Training in the function of power transmission and how to install, maintain and repair.
Blueprint reading - Instruction in interpreting blueprints and using them to manufacture machines and parts.
Troubleshooting - Training in use of tools and knowledge to repair machines and correct manufacturing issues.
Industry-Sector Technical Competencies - Electrical
Electrical and electronic systems - Training to safely operate, repair, and understand electrical and electronic systems.
Motor controls - Understand industrial motor control principles including installation, maintenance, and repair principles.
Electrical control circuits - Learn how to safely operate and modify electrical control circuits.
Outlet to Machines - Understand the theory of the electrical processes that happen from the electrical outlet to the machine.
Blueprint reading - Instruction in interpreting blueprints and using them to build and repair machinery and electronic components.
Schematics - Instruction in reading schematics and using them to build and repair machinery and electronic components.
Troubleshooting - Training in use of tools and knowledge to repair electronics and machines.

Technical Instruction

PLCs
Motor Controls
PLC Systems
Hydraulic Systems
Drivers
Schematics
Mechanical
Basic Machining
Hand Tools
Fluid Power
Power Transmission
Blueprint Reading
Troubleshooting

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