Mechatronics technicians combine electrical, mechanical and electronic competencies to identify, analyze and solve systems-based problems. A mechatronics technician is a skilled individual who combines these competencies to solve systematic problems. At the same time, he/she uses a holistic approach to provide basic solutions. A mechatronics technician must be able to support engineers, modify machines, make minor changes and repair, test and maintain related equipment.
LENGTH of Apprenticeship - 3 YEARS
MARKET FORECAST for Metro Detroit Area - 59 openings a year
WAGES for Metro Detroit Area
Henry Ford College 5101 Evergreen Dearborn, Michigan 48128
Contact Apprentice Coordinator: (313) 845-9609
Macomb Community College 14500 East Twelve Mile Road Warren, Michigan 48093
Contact Apprentice Coordinator: (586) 445-7519
Oakland Community College
2900 Featherstone Road Auburn Hills, Michigan 48326
Contact Apprentice Coordinator: (248) 232-4050
Schoolcraft College (Apprenticeship 8,000 hours)
18600 Haggerty Road Livonia, Michigan 48152
Contact Apprentice Coordinator: (734) 462-4400
Admission Requirements Applicants must be a high school graduate or a GED recipient and 18 or older. College admission does not guarantee enrollment in this apprenticeship program, which may require additional qualifications that the Apprentice Coordinator can identify.