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Higher Technician in Industrial Mechatronics


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 Hours Year
0936. Hydraulic and pneumatic systems 132 1st
0937. Electrical and electronic systems 132 1st
0938. Machine elements 99 1st
0939. Manufacturing processes 165 1st
0940. Graphic representation of mechatronic systems 132 1st
0943. System integration 231 1st
0946. Career training and guidance 99 1st
0935. Mechanical systems 160 2nd
0941. Mechatronic system configuration 160 2nd
0942. Maintenance and quality processes and management 100 2nd
0944. Mechatronic system simulation 80 2nd
0945. Industrial mechatronics project 50 2nd
E200. Technical English 40 2nd
0947. Enterprise and entrepreneurship 60 2nd
0948. Work placement 360 2nd

The holder of this diploma will be able to:

• Set up industrial mechatronic systems, choosing the equipment and elements needed.
• Plan the assembly and maintenance of industrial mechatronic systems: machinery, industrial equipment, automated production lines, etc. defining the resources, the required timing and the control systems.
• Supervise and/or operate assembly and maintenance processes of industrial mechatronic systems, using control and measurement tools and specific purpose computer applications.
• Diagnose and locate faults and malfunctions that occur in industrial mechatronic systems, applying operational techniques and specific procedures, to organize their repair.
• Establish minimum levels of spare parts for the maintenance of machinery, industrial equipment and automated production lines.
• Tune the equipment after the repair or assembly of the installation, carrying out the safety and operation tests, the necessary modifications and adjustments, apart from the technical documentation, ensuring the system’s reliability and energetic efficiency.
• Programme the automatic systems, checking the operating parameters and carrying out the necessary functional and regulatory tests and verifications.
• Supervise and run the start-up of the facilities, adjusting the parameters and carrying out the functional as well as regulatory tests and verifications.
• Elaborate the technical and administrative documentation to comply with the regulations in force, with the assembly processes and with the maintenance plan of the facilities.

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:
• Planning and programming of
• Head of maintenance equipment for maintenance processes of industrial machinery and industrial equipment machinery and equipment installations installations. technician.
• Industrial equipment and machinery fitter supervisor.


Field: Installation and Maintenance
Number of courses: Usual Schedule, in the morning: 2 courses.
Methodology: Collaborative learning based on challenges.
Duration: 2000 hours. (at school and at the company)
Models: D+ Plurilingual

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