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Higher Technician in Industrial Automation and Robotics


Basic vocational Training passed
 E.S.O passed
R.E.M first cycle passed
 B.U.P. second course passed
FP1 (Vocational Training) certified
In hold of an Intermediate level vocational training cycle (certified technician)
In hold of the corresponding access test

Professional Module Hour Year
0959. Electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems 165 1st
0960. Sequential programmable systems 165 1st
0961. Measurement and regulation systems 165 1st
0962. Power systems 198 1st
0963. Technical documentation 99 1st
0964. Industrial computing 99 1st
0970. Career training and guidance 99 1st
0965. Advanced programmable systems 120 2nd
0966. Industrial robotics 140 2nd
0967. Industrial communications 140 2nd
0968. Integration of industrial automation systems 140 2nd
0969. Industrial automation and robotics project 50 2nd
E200. Technical English 40 2nd
0971. Enterprise and entrepreneurship 60 2nd
0972. Work placement 360 2nd

The holder of this diploma will be able to:

• Configure facilities and automated systems according to the specifications and regulatory requirements.
• Select the equipment and wiring elements and interconnection necessary in the automatic installation, in accordance with the specifications and the regulatory requirements.
• Elaborate the control programs according to the specifications and the functional characteristics of the installation.
• Configure the equipment by developing management and control programs of communication networks through standard buses of industrial automation systems.
• Define the assembly protocol, the tests and the guidelines for the start-up of automatic installations based on the specifications.
• Elaborate plans and schemes of facilities and automatic systems, according to the functional characteristics of the installation and using computerized design tools as well.
• Rethink the installation according to the technical documentation solving the problems of its competence and reporting other contingencies to ensure the feasibility of assembly.
• Supervise and / or assemble equipment and elements associated with electrical and electronic installations, control and communications infrastructures in automatic systems.
• Supervise and/or maintain installations and equipments, carrying out the verification operations, location of breakdowns, adjustment and replacement of its elements, restoring its working order.

Further training:
Students enrolled on this vocational cycle may receive further training to choose from:

  • Forklift handling.
  • Bridge crane handling.
  • The knowledge needed to carry out labour risk prevention basic level activities.
  • English extra classes.


Possibility to have placement abroad with the Erasmus + programme.

Possibility to accomplish DUAL Vocational Training: Modality that allows students to alternate school training and company training.

* Continue studying:

• Professional specialization courses.
• Another High Cycle Vocational Course with the possibility of establishing validation of professional modules according to current regulations.
• University studies with the possibility of establishing validations in accordance with current regulations.

*Accessible Ranges of Occupations:

• Equipment assembly and Industrial Automation systems maintenance supervisor.
• Verifier of appliances, switchboards and electrical equipment.
• Team leader in electromechanical workshop.
• Maintenance organization of industrial automation systems technician.
• Start-up of industrial automation systems technician.
• Control systems for industrial automation systems designer.
• Measurement systems and industrial automation regulation of systems designer.
• Communication networks of industrial automation systems designer.
• Industrial robots programmer or controller.
• Electrical control systems design technician.
• Industrial automation circuits and integrated systems designer.


Field: Electricity and electronics.
Number of courses: Usual Schedule, in the morning: 2 courses.
*Part time option, morning and evening schedule:·courses+placement.
Methodology: Collaborative learning based on challenges.
Duration: 2000 hours. ( at school and at the company)
Models: A+B+D+Plurilingual

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