Mechatronics Technician

Hybrid Apprenticeship
Sponsoring Company:
Amazon
Industries
O*Net Code
49-2094.00
Rapids Code
2014HY
Req. Hours
28600
State
DC
Created
Apr 29, 2021
Updated
Apr 29, 2021

Time-Based Skills

8 skill sets | 58 total skills | 28600 total hours
Safety Processes - 1000 req. hrs
Identifies contact points within organization
250 hrs
Follows company policies and regulations
250 hrs
Recognizes safety, health and environmental requirements
250 hrs
Recognizes safety machinery procedures
250 hrs
Communication - 1700 req. hrs
Ensure proper communication between shifts, operations and supervision
100 hrs
Establishes trust and rapport with operators, supervisors and others
100 hrs
Willingly asks questions about things not fully understood
100 hrs
Maintains proper documentation, logs and calibration records
100 hrs
Regards the safety of others by assisting and teaching
100 hrs
Willingly asks questions when not fully understood
100 hrs
Reliably follows the instructions of others
100 hrs
Technical Documentation - 2200 req. hrs
Reads and interprets vendor information
100 hrs
Reads and interprets Process and Instrumentation Diagram (PandID) and process and control loop drawings
100 hrs
Reads and interprets electrical drawings
100 hrs
Reads and interprets fluid power (hydraulics/pneumatics) drawings
100 hrs
Reads and interprets mechanical drawings
100 hrs
Computer Knowledge - 2500 req. hrs
Installs and uses anti-virus software according to security policy
50 hrs
Adds user accounts to a PC
50 hrs
Uses a tablet device
50 hrs
Access the internet to retrieve information, configures wired and wireless networking. Installs applications
50 hrs
Uses basic computer office tools
50 hrs
Uses a PC with appropriate Windows or Linux operating systems
50 hrs
Machine Install and Setup - 3800 req. hrs
Checks, lubricates and powers up equipment
100 hrs
Verifies proper current draw of equipment and equipment operation according to sequence of operation
100 hrs
Verifies proper operation of all safety devices and circuits on equipment, checks and verifies circuits on the equipment
100 hrs
Aligns and adjusts shafts, motors, belts and chains on equipment
100 hrs
Adds pneumatic or hydraulic components and lines to a machine
100 hrs
Connects compressed air to a machine from a supply header and verifies proper air pressures and volumes for equipment
100 hrs
Properly lays out, cuts, drills, taps and assembles a control station for an addition to existing equipment
100 hrs
Properly sizes, installs, labels and tests circuit conductors for adding a component or interlocking equipment
100 hrs
Installs proper mounts and raceways for adding a component (such as a sensor) or interlocking equipment
100 hrs
Verifies proper voltage and phasing, grounding and proper guards are in place
100 hrs
Verifies circuit size and protection
100 hrs
Levels a machine (non-critical machines +/- 1/8”)
100 hrs
Locates machine according to print
100 hrs
Conveyor Expertise - 6600 req. hrs
Adjusts and modifies guards and validates safe operation meets compliance
400 hrs
Determines if proper guards are in place
400 hrs
Measures and adjusts belt speed
400 hrs
Sets and adjusts tracking
400 hrs
Reverses direction of travel
400 hrs
Adjusts height and distance to adjoining belts
400 hrs
Assembles rollers and belts
400 hrs
Troubleshooting and Return to Service - 18600 req. hrs
Installs and troubleshoots vacuum systems components
2000 hrs
Installs and troubleshoots fluid power components
2000 hrs
Installs and troubleshoots electrical control components
2000 hrs
Installs and troubleshoots electronic sensors and components
2000 hrs
Installs and troubleshoots electrical components
2000 hrs
Installs and troubleshoots key mechanical components
2000 hrs
PLCs - 28600 req. hrs
Troubleshoots equipment or process utilizing PLC or PAC that implements closed loop process control and general purpose multi-axis motion control
1000 hrs
Properly installs and terminates wiring for low level analog signals
1000 hrs
Troubleshoots a PLC or a PLC controlled machine or process by observing input and output conditions and monitoring program in real-time
1000 hrs
Adds a function to a machine or process that requires wiring of additional I/O and basic ladder logic programming
1000 hrs
Troubleshoots equipment by observing PLC indicator lights and PLC ladder diagram (relays, timers and counters)
1000 hrs
Changes preset timer and counter values, applies and removes forces from program
1000 hrs
Configures and connects a laptop or other programming device to a PLC to upload, download and save program
1000 hrs
Selects and appropriately connect sinking and sourcing inputs and outputs
1000 hrs
Connects power and digital input/output wiring to PLC
1000 hrs
Installs basic components of a PLC including racks, Ethernet, power supply, processor and single point digital input/output modules
1000 hrs

Technical Instruction

Communications Courses
Composition
# | 80 hrs
Speech/Communications
# | 80 hrs
Mathematics
Intro-Algebra
# | 100 hrs
Trigonometry
# | 100 hrs
Safety
Industrial Safety
# | 100 hrs
PPE
# | 100 hrs
First Aid
# | 100 hrs
NFPA70e
# | 100 hrs
Lock-out/Tag-out
# | 100 hrs