Mechatronics Certificate Programs
PMMI’s Mechatronics Certificate program tests your workforce for the core technical skills and real-world application needed in today’s manufacturing environment. Mechatronics is recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor and endorsed by the National Association of Manufacturer’s Skills Certification System.
Through a series of assessments that are based on industry-developed competencies, PMMI’s mechatronics program helps you advance the skills of your team.
Mechatronics Certificate Tests Now Available Online:
- NEW! Fluid Power 1
- Industrial Electricity 1
- Industrial Electricity 2
- Mechanical Components 1
- Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) 1
These tests allow both new and incumbent workers—entry-level operator through technologist—to demonstrate the skills needed for high-growth, technology intensive manufacturing jobs. Mechatronics certificate tests are ideal for industrial maintenance staff, as well.
BENEFITS TO EMPLOYEES:
- Improve skills
- Stay competitive
- Advance in your career
- Test your knowledge—particularly helpful to those reentering the workforce or transitioning from a military to civilian workforce
BENEFITS TO BUSINESSES:
- Get your workers the training they need to fill your critical manufacturing
- positions—and retain those workers!
- Partner with technical schools and colleges that teach the skills you need
The Manufacturing Institute Adds PMMI Mechatronics Certificate Program to Manufacturing Skills Certification System
PMMI is pleased to announce its Mechatronics Certificate program has been added to The Manufacturing Institute's Manufacturing Skills Certification Systems (SCS) offerings. The Manufacturing Institute is a 501(c)(3) affiliate of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM).
U.S. Department of Labor Recognizes Importance of Mechatronics
The U.S. Department of Labor published a hybrid-industry, packaging-oriented mechatronics competency model that may be used by industry, government and education to provide guidance on the skills for a multi-skilled technician in a world-class packaging facility.
PMMI worked closely with the Mid-Atlantic Mechatronics Advisory Council, the Industrial Maintenance Training Center of Pennsylvania, the Lancaster County Center of Excellence in Packaging Operations and a consortium of schools involved in packaging and/or mechatronics education to create this model.
Subject Matter Experts
Do you have Mechatronics Expertise?
Have experience with fluid power/pneumatics, plcs, or mechanical components? PMMI needs your help developing tests in these areas. No test development experience required – just a passion for advancing the technical skills in the packaging and processing industry. For more information, please contact Stephan Girard, Director of Workforce Development or call 571-612-3196.