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Central Arizona Valley
Institute of Technology
Female engineer working on job site, Male driving forklift

Our Automated Industrial Technology Program for 2025–2026

Program Highlights 

  • Invent, design, and produce solutions for complex engineering challenges using mathematics, science, and technology.
  • Maintain, troubleshoot, and repair motor controls, programmable logic controllers, and power fluid systems.
  • Problem-solve with advanced electrical and fluid power diagnostic equipment.

Career Focus 

  • Upon successful completion of the two year course, students have the opportunity to apply for CPR and OSHA manufacturing certifications.

Listing of Instructional Topics

  • CNC Interfacing
  • Data Communications
  • Drafting
  • Ethics of Robotics
  • Electrical Systems
  • Industrial Safety
  • Industrial Robotic Tasks
  • Laboratory Equipment
  • Maintenance Operations
  • Mechanical Systems
  • Pneumatic Systems
  • Process Control Systems
  • Robotic Assemblies

Automated Industrial Technician Entry Level Salary Range*

  • Hourly: $12.83–$17.88
  • Annual: $26,680–$37,180

*Source - Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment & Wages

Related Career Pathways

  • Automated Industrial Technician
  • CAD Drafter*
  • CNC Programmer*
  • Chemist
  • Machine Operator
  • Mold Maker*
  • Plant Manager*
  • Production Technician
  • Production Design Engineer
  • Robotic Technician*
  • Welder*

*with additional education in this field.