Mechatronics for Equipment Maintenance Level II - Virtual LabLab Course - Get Hands-On Experience Through Simulations!
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This course is a follow-on course to Amazon's Mechatronics for Equipment Maintenance Level II course. In 40 hours, build your skills through practice simulations and troubleshooting. Explore robotics, fluid power, mechanical, electrical, and motor controls to get ready for an advanced manufacturing workplace. Go on-line on your own time and just get it done!
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Start the course any day, any time, from anywhere. This course is on-demand.
You must have either 1) completed the Mechatronics for Equipment Maintence Level II course, or 2) pass an assessment demonstrating that you have acquired the knowledge and skills needed to be successful in the Virtual Lab course.
- Builds on the knowledge base provided in the current Mechatronics for Equipment Maintenance Level II course to focus on skill development
- Designed for working learners to complete in 40 hours @ 8 hours/week for 5 weeks
- Introduces Robotics content
- Focuses on applied “hands-on” practical simulations which can count towards AMZN experience requirements and job applicants will be even more prepared for “on-the-job” training (see course experience matrix to job requirements for more details)
- Option for learners, who have already acquired the basic knowledge elsewhere, to test out of the Mechatronics for Equipment Maintenance Level II course prerequisite
- While the two courses are aligned, there is zero repetition between the knowledge-focused Mechatronics for Equipment Maintenance Level II course and the new Level II Virtual Lab course
You will need to self-certify that you meet the following pre-requisites:
1. Basic equipment use (e.g. minimum of 1-year experience in commercial or industrial environment)
2. Basic electrical background (e.g. minimum of 1-year experience using electrical principles and theory)
3. Basic mechanical background (e.g. minimum of 1-year experience use of hand tools)
4. Desire to develop mechanical aptitude and troubleshooting abilities
5. Strong safety orientation
6. Critical thinking skills