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Robotics and Automation

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The purpose of this lesson is to explore the
employment and career opportunities,
industry certifications, and career preparation
learning experiences (job shadowing,
mentoring, and apprenticeship training) in
Robotics.



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Students enrolled in this course will demonstrate
knowledge and skills necessary for the robotic and
automation industry. Through implementation of
the design process, students will transfer advanced
academic skills to component designs in a project
-
based environment. Students will build prototypes
or use simulation software to test their designs.
Additionally, students explore career
opportunities, employer expectations, and
educational needs in the robotic and automation
industry.

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Part 1:

130.370(c)(1)(B) Identify employment
and career opportunities in Robotics.



Part 2:

130.370(c)(
1
)(C) Investigate and work
toward industry certifications.



Part 3:

130.370(c)(
1
)(K) Explore career
preparation learning experiences, including, but
not limited to, job shadowing, mentoring, and
apprenticeship training.


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130.370(c)(1)(B) Identify employment and
career opportunities in Robotics.



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lesson. Please review before proceeding with this lesson.











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Terms

Definitions

Career

An occupation or
profession, especially one
requiring special training,
followed as one's lifework:
He sought a career as a

robotics

engineer.


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Terms

Definitions

Employment

An occupation by which

a
person earns a living; work;
business.

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Terms

Definitions

Robotics

Is the study of robots.

The
Merriam Webster
Dictionary
,

1998, defines
robotics

as “technology
dealing with the design,
construction, and operation
of robots.”

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A career is an occupation or profession, especially one
requiring special training, followed as one's lifework:
She sought a career as a robotics engineer.





A career is one’s calling in life.



A career is one’s chosen pursuit.


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Robotics has been at the forefront of technological
innovation into more and more automation.



Robots are mechanical devices that are computer
controlled.



The development of robotics and robots requires
human resources who are experts in diverse areas
and offers many career opportunities.





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The field of robotics has
created career
opportunities for
professionals in
engineering.


The
Robotics Engineers

occupation is a

new and
emerging
occupation.



Robotics Engineers
research, design,
develop, or test robotic
applications.






Robotics Engineers
study several
engineering disciplines.


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Career Opportunities in Robotics exists in many
industries:










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The automobile
industry uses robots in
assembly lines.






Robots are being used
more and more for
personal use as toys or
as security guards.


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Career Opportunities in Robotics exists in many
industries:










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Information Technology
(IT) is also an area
where robots are used.
Intel and AMD use
robots in developing
the latest microchips.

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Career Opportunities in Robotics exists in many
industries:










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Astronomy is another
field where the robot has
seen important use. We
can all remember the
Pathfinder robotic
vehicle still working on
Mars.

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Career Opportunities in Robotics exists in many
industries:









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The medical field is also
an area where robots
are used to conduct
complex microsurgeries.









Photo

Courtesy: Google Images

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Career Opportunities in Robotics exists in many
industries:










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Career opportunities in
robotics exist in many
other areas: deep sea
ocean exploration, the
study of volcanoes, the
Antarctic, and in
archeology.

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A basic degree in a compatible engineering, science, or
technology discipline is what is essentially required for
employment in Robotics. They include:


Mechanical Engineering


Computer Science


Information Technology


Materials Science Engineering


Software Engineering



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In 2008, there were 183,000 employees working in
the field of Robotics.



Projected growth is expected to grow 7% to 13%
during 2008
-
2018.




Median wages in 2010 was $43.40 hourly and
$90,270 (annually).



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130.370(c)(
1
)(C) Investigate and work toward
industry certifications.

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The term and definition listed below are discussed in this
lesson. Please review before proceeding with this lesson.










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Terms

Definitions

Industry Certification

A process of program evaluation
ensuring that individual programs
meet industry standards in the
areas of curriculum, teacher
qualification, lab specifications,
equipment, and industry
involvement. [2010 Ga. ALS 390,
1].


Courtesy:

http://definitions/uslegal.com/industry
-
certification/

The
Robotics
Certification
Standards Alliance
(
RCSA
) is an
international robotics
certification authority
that confers various
industry and educational
related robotics
certifications.

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Courtesy of www.rcsa.ca/

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Watch the
Robotics Certification Standards
Alliance
(
RCSA
) YouTube video.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GNvvKswgqc

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History of the Robotics Certification Standards Alliance



Organization founded in 1996.




Certified Industrial Robotics Programmer (CIRP)
course was established in 1999.




Industrial Partnerships with
Motoman

and
Panasonic

were formed in 1999.


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History of the Robotics Certification Standards Alliance



Industrial Partnerships with
ABB Group in Sweden
formed in
2006.






Assisted in the design and delivery of the Certified Robotic
Arc Welder (CRAW) certification for the
American Welding
Society (AWS)

in 2006.




Certified Robotic Welder Technician (CRWT) exam in
development with the
Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB)
-

Projected release early 2010.


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History of the Robotics Certification Standards Alliance



Partnered with Embedded Training Companies

(RoboticsWares and Robotech Labs) from India in
2010.




Currently working on Projects in Korea, China,
Mexico and USA.


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Robotics Certification Standards Alliance

Career Focused Online Training Courses



Robotics Technician Training and Certification




Electromechanical Technician Training and Certification




Electronics Technician Training and Certification




PLC* Technician Training and Certification

* Programmable Logic Controller

http://www.rcsa.ca/default.aspx

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Certified Robotic Arc Welding Certification

Click here to learn more about this new certification:
http://www.aws.org/certification/CRAW/CRAW
-
ppt.pdf

AWS offers the brand new Certification Program for
Robotic Arc Welding
-

Operators and Technicians
(CRAW).


This certification allows many welding personnel
employed in various welding sectors to measure
themselves against standards for their occupation.



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130.370(c)(
1)
(K) Explore career preparation
learning experiences, including, but not limited to,
job shadowing, mentoring, and apprenticeship
training.

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The terms and definitions listed below are discussed in this
lesson. Please review before proceeding with this lesson.











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Terms

Definitions

Job

Shadowing

Is an activity in which an
individual spends time with
a worker on the
job
,
observing actual workplace
tasks in order to explore a
potential career interest.


Courtesy:
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Terms

Definitions

Mentoring

Is a developmental
partnership through which one
person shares knowledge,
skills, information and
perspective to foster the
personal and professional
growth of someone else.


Courtesy: http://cmcismentorprogram.wordpress.com/mentoring
-
program
-
manual/definition
-
of
-
mentoring/

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lesson. Please review before proceeding with this lesson.











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Terms

Definitions

Apprenticeship Training

A formal occupational training
program which combines on
-
the
-
job training and related
instruction and in which
workers learn the practical
and conceptual skills required
for a skilled occupation, craft,
or trade. It may be registered
or unregistered.


Courtesy: http://www.dol.gov/vets/grants/grant3/glossary.htm


Job Shadowing is easy and fun.



Job Shadowing engages each student in the world of
work, where they may get first
-
hand information about
job skills and careers.



Job Shadowing is designed so students may play an
active role in learning.



Job Shadowing involves student visits to a variety of
work places during which time students observe and
ask questions to individual workers.

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Mentoring is typically defined as a “sustained
relationship between a young person and an adult
in which the adult provides the young person
which support, guidance, and assistance.



Mentoring may assume many forms and fulfill a
variety of objectives.


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One
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to
-
One


Mentoring



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Team Mentoring



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-
Mentoring

or Online


Mentoring

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Mentoring may assume many forms and fulfill a
variety of objectives.


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Traditional

One
-
to
-
One


Mentoring

One
-
to
-
One mentoring places
one

adult in relationship with
one youth.



Group

Mentoring

Group mentoring involves one

adult mentor forming a
relationship with a small group
of young people.

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Mentoring may assume many forms and fulfill a
variety of objectives.


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Team Mentoring

Team mentoring involves

several adults working with
small groups of young people.



Peer Mentoring

Peer mentoring involves a
caring youth working with
another young person.

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Mentoring may assume many forms and fulfill a
variety of objectives.


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E
-
Mentoring or Online


Mentoring

E
-
mentoring

connects one
adult with one youth on the
Internet or by phone. During
the summer months,
e
-
mentoring can serve as a
bridge for mentors and
mentees who were in a
traditional one
-
to
-
one
mentoring relationship during
the school year.

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Apprenticeship is a combination of on
-
the
-
job training
(OJT) and related classroom instruction under the
supervision of a journey
-
level craft person or trade
professional in which workers learn the practical and
theoretical aspects of a highly skilled occupation.



After completing an apprenticeship program, the
worker's journey
-
level status provides an additional
benefit of nationwide mobility at journey level scale.


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Students will explore local employment and career
opportunities and career preparation learning experiences
(job shadowing, mentoring, and apprenticeship training) in
Robotics.


1. Career Opportunities in Robotics exists in many industries. What industry would
you prefer to work in? Select one of the industries below.

2. Visit the website(s) of local Chamber of Commerce(s) in your area. Create a list of
at least 8 local companies for job shadowing in Robotics for your class.

3. Determine the type of mentoring you think would be best for your Robotics class.
Explain why you think that this type of mentoring is best for you.

4. Create a list of local mentors for your Robotics class. Your mentors may be
individual professionals and corporations. You may use the Internet to assist you
with your work.

5. Research a list of local apprenticeship training programs for your Robotics class.





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dictionary.com


ROBOTICS Introduction, Programming, and
Projects


Second Edition by James L. Fuller


O
-
NET Online
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http://www.onetonline.org


ClipArt


http://www.clipart.com/en/


The Robotics Certification Standards Alliance
(RCSA)


http://www.rcsa.ca/


American Welding Society (AWS)
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http://www.aws.org/certification/



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