Robotics

Today, robots play a big role in our daily lives. Robots operate in our households, in the form of washing machines or food processors. They are also common in industries and manufacturing companies as specialised equipment. Industrial robots are used in all industries where processes are automated: electronics, the machining and metal industry, wood processing, the food industry, etc. However, robots cannot function alone – we need people to guide them and determine the processes of the machines.

Today, robots play a big role in our daily lives. Robots operate in our households, in the form of washing machines or food processors. They are also common in industries and manufacturing companies as specialised equipment. Industrial robots are used in all industries where processes are automated: electronics, the machining and metal industry, wood processing, the food industry, etc. However, robots cannot function alone – we need people to guide them and determine the processes of the machines.

Fanuc training robot
Fanuc training robot

Hansavest Training Centre offers the opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills for using industrial robots through training with the Fanuc training robot. The participants of the training programme shall learn, in detail, how to control machines that are indispensable in today’s industry. Along with the theory, practical training plays a key role in our training programmes. Only through practical training can one get the feel of using the industrial robot, while also learning the appropriate terminology and safety requirements of the machine.

Trainings

Hansavest
The basic training for an industrial robot operator

Language: Estonian
Pre-requisites: Basic education

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Hansavest
Follow-up training – programming an industrial robot

Language: Estonian
Pre-requisites: Basic education

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Egon
Trainer of welding and robotics
Egon Marder

Egon has worked with various welding equipment and processes, participated in a number of professional trainings and has the qualification of a welding coordinator. Having grown from a welder to a trainer, Egon knows exactly what to focus on in trainings and how to give learners the knowledge they can implement in practice.

In addition to having vast practical experience, Egon has participated in the following trainings:

  • welding coordination
  • training for internal auditors of integrated quality and environmental management systems
  • welder, EQF level 4