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Adults (18+ years)


Apprentice - Mechatronics

AmSkills is a Florida Department of Education and Department of Labor Recognized Registered Apprenticeship Program.  Candidates may become an AmSkills Apprentice upon successful completion of the AmSkills Pre-Apprenticeship Program or if they are currently employed by a manufacturer working at least 34-hours per week. 


What is Mechatronics?

Mechatronics is a multidisciplinary engineering field that combines systems design, computer, electronic, mechanical, and control engineering. Students interested in studying mechatronics can gain hands-on experience working with pneumatics, hydraulics, electricity and manufacturing of mechanical parts and machines through degree and certificate programs at colleges and universities. Mechatronics courses might incorporate any or all of the engineering disciplines that the field comprises. You can find the following subjects in your studies:
• Conveyor belts
• Robots
• Conduits
• Hydraulics in machinery
• Bar code
• Stability
• Process control

Career Prospects:

Job opportunities in Electronics / Mechanics manufacturing industries, Strong demand for Mechatronics engineers in the field of designing, implementing and operating internet control of machines, autonomous robots and engine management systems.
When we talk about the job opportunities in this field, the candidates can opt for jobs both in the government as well as the private sector. There are immense job opportunities in this field such as –
• Manufacturing Industry
• Robotics
• Aerospace
• Industrial automation
• Electronics
• Defense
• Bio medical system
• Oil and Gas industry
• Computer industry