The Northeast Metro Tech School Committee recently voted to implement a Chapter 74 robotics and automation program to begin in the fall according to School Committee Chairman Deborah Davis of Woburn and Superintendent David DiBarri.
“We understand that over the last decade or so there has been an increased need for qualified robotics and automation technicians and we’re happy to be able to offer a program that will give our students the skills they need to succeed in their careers,” Davis said.
The course will teach students about the design and development of new products and machines, and how to improve processes and manage operations and repairs, with a focus on industrial robotics. Graduates will leave with the skills needed to pursue a career as a robotics or manufacturing technician, or to study engineering in college.
During a meeting on March 9, School Committee members approved the program for the start of
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