CEAGA organizes, in collaboration with the companies Emenasa Industria y Automatismo, Ledisson Automation & IT and Hypnon Programming, the training ”Advanced Programming in Industrial Robotics” of 450 hours.
This initiative, funded by the Regional Ministry of Economy, Employment and Industry, will consist of the training of 12 technicians and will take place between the months of November and February. The companies Emenasa, Ledisson and Hypnon will contract, at least, 40% of the students, but with forecasts of exceeding this figure of recruitment, given the high demand of robotic, both in the promoters of the program as in other of the Sector.
The training will take place at the facilities of LedissonAIT, in O Porriño, and is completely free. It will deal with contents related to the basics of industrial robotics, advanced programming in ABB, Fanuc and Kuka, collaborative robotics and Fronius welding and will be carried out by experts from Unimate and Ledisson companies.
The requirements to participate are: being unemployed, having an engineering degree or professional training of medium or higher grade in any of the following areas: electricity and electronics, mechanical manufacturing, installation and maintenance or computer and communications.
This training is framed within the third strategic plan of the Sector, P3CA, specifically in the area of people, increasing the impulse that the Cluster is making for the training of professionals in the face of the new Industry 4.0.
The call will open in early September and people interested in receiving information can send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org