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Unlock the advantages of world-class industrial robotics and automation expertise, tailored for both international student groups and professionals. Immerse yourself in Industry 4.0, gaining firsthand experience on how to harness it for a brighter future. Whether you’re a student or a professional, seize the opportunity to educate yourself and stay at the forefront of cutting-edge technology.

You will learn the basic knowledge of robot programming and will be able to create, save and change simple programs on your own. You will get an overview of the use of industrial robots. You could be taught on KUKA, FANUC or ABB robots.

You will then deepen your programming knowledge and apply complex program structures and communication with PLCs, sensors and actuators. You can train on KUKA, FANUC or ABB robots.

Duration: 16h


  • Safety instructions
  • System Description
  • Activation and shutdown of the program
  • Jogging a robot with a joystick
  • Routine & Modules
  • Basic instructions
  • Error codes
  • Basic theory of programming RAPID
  • Tool calibration
  • Calibration of working objects
  • Program Editing

The aim of the PRO course is to update the upskilling of knowledge in handling the robot cell, to modify the program, to work in the programming language KRL, to understand the extended instructions and critical programming elements and for the picking intended for the management and maintenance of the robot system

Duration: 32h


  • Safety instructions
  • Data (Rob Target, Joint Target)
  • Routine & Modules
  • Sequences
  • External TCP
  • World zones
  • Advanced functions
  • Dispatch
  • Trigger statements
  • Trap routines
  • Work facilities
  • Malfunctions
  • Definition of TCP & orientation via routines
  • Use logical functions in the robot program
  • Flex Pendant Communication
  • Robot Studio

The aim of the PRO course is to update the upskilling of knowledge in handling the robot cell, to modify the program, to work in the programming language KRL, to understand the extended instructions and critical programming elements and for the picking intended for the management and maintenance of the robot system.

Duration: 32h


  • Safety instructions
  • Data
  • Basics of successful programming
  • Checking the execution of the program
  • External TCP
  • Data types
  • Overview
  • Types of Structures
  • Sequences
  • Logical statements
  • Movement programming
  • Geometric operators
  • Trigger statements
  • Subroutines and Functions
  • Switching commands

Transfer courses are designed for professionals who already have experience in programming industrial robots and want to acquire skills in programming and handling another control system.

Duration: 24h


  • Safety instructions
  • System Description
  • Jogging a robot with a joystick
  • Tool calibration
  • Program editing
  • Error codes


  • The basic theory of KRL programming
  • Calibration of the base
  • Checking the execution of the program
  • Calibration
  • Fundamentals of the KRL programming language
  • Subroutines and functions


  • The basic theory of RAPID programming
  • Robot Studio
  • Working with U / I signals
  • Additional instructions and functions

The course is designed for candidates who have some knowledge of robotics and related fields, and candidates who want to build their knowledge of digital communication. The course includes theoretical and practical lessons where you can learn the basics of managing complex industrial systems and using PLCs to manage management components.

You will get to know the interaction of robots and fieldbus participants and apply it in practice. You will apply the integration of components using specific project software such as Works Visual, Robot Studio and Robo Guide.

Duration: 40h


  • Safety instructions
  • Description of the system
  • Starting and stopping the program
  • Customize and change the program
  • Adjustment
  • Inline forms of the KRL movement
  • Tool Calibration
  • Base calibration
  • Program Editing
  • Creating a KRC4 project
  • Structure of the PROFINET driver KRC4
  • Working in TIA PORTAL V13
  • Programming self-adjusting KUKA CELL.SRC

Future PLC programmers who have little or no previous knowledge of PLC programming in the TIA Portal will learn the basics of TIA Portal programming. You will learn the process of developing simple projects, from the hardware level to the creation of user interfaces on HMI screens using example macros.

This lays the foundation for your future career as a PLC programmer.

Duration: 16h


Introduction to the basics of the TIA portal

  • Navigation through the TIA portal
  • Automation pyramid
  • Data Types
  • Programming languages
  • Program modules
  • Simple functions in the TIA Portal

Project engineering of PLC programs

  • Project Creation
  • Use of the “Siemens Proneta” software tool
  • Hardware creation
  • Software development

Project engineering of HMI panels

  • Integration HMI – SPS
  • Use of basic image building blocks
  • Use of visualization effects

Further functions of the TIA portal

  • Program simulation with PLC SIM
  • Observation and forcetables
  • Traces

As a PLC programmer in the industry, you are expected not only to have sufficient knowledge of PLC programming, but also to have no difficulty in developing more complex HMI systems. To further develop your skills as an HMI programmer, we offer the course TIA Advanced – HMI. The focus here is on the creation and generation of error messages and warnings, programming of user-defined image blocks and a brief introduction to Visual Basic programming.

Duration: 60h


Extended HMI functions

  • User administration
  • Error messages and warnings
  • User-defined screen modules

2nd Introduction to Visual Basic

You can deepen your theoretical knowledge with numerous practical exercises on a TIA system model. This consists of a SIMATIC S7-1500 automation system, ET 200SP distributed I/O, Touchpanel TP700, drive SINAMICS G120 and a belt model.

Duration: 40h



  • Introduction to the world of IO-Links
  • Interface setting with S7-PCT Tool
  • RF200 RFID Sample Project


Identity Systems

  • Technology Objects
  • Ident Blocks
  • Ident Profiles
  • MV540 sample project

We adapt all offered courses specifically to the concrete needs. Together with our customers we work out wishes and needs in a project-oriented way.


  • Qualification within the scope of major projects or production start-ups
  • Individual customer-specific employee qualification

Learn more about our satisfied clients

What truly makes us exceptional is the trust we’ve earned from our clients. Since our start in 2009, we’ve collaborated with numerous companies, including global industry leaders. Our accomplishments go beyond mere statistics, showcasing the trust placed in us by these renowned organizations and our consistent track record of successfully completing projects for them.

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