Mechatronics Technician

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
Apr 04, 2021
Updated
Apr 04, 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
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PLC Systems
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Hydraulic Systems
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Drivers
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Schematics
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Mechanical
Basic Machining
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Hand Tools
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Fluid Power
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Power Transmission
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Blueprint Reading
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Troubleshooting
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