Training Success Elements

  • You’ll develop an entirely new set of hard and soft skills.
  • Exercises will build competency, confidence, and a feeling of accomplishment.
  • Realtime AI-based contextual assistance will always be there, helping you.
  • You’ll have a personal tutor, ready to help.
  • You’ll learn on your own schedule, not on someone else’s schedule.
  • Upon graduation, you’ll be positioned to grow in the new automation-based economy.

Overview of Training

This training program is 240 hours in length and is all hands-on learning. The actual time taken to complete the training varies greatly, depending on how many hours your schedule allows you to allocate to your training.

During the program, you’ll begin with a practice-based course in which you’ll learn how computers think, how they operate, and how to direct them to do work. You’ll be using a virtual robot to solve various simple tasks. In this way you learn essential skills such as how to identify repeating patterns and how to break complex problems into simpler ones. Upon completing this course, you’ll have acquired the mindset and skills needed to successfully deal with automation and computerized equipment.

In your next practice-based course, you’ll learn Constructive Solid Geometry (CSG). This is a combination of basic geometry (working with shapes, sizes, distances, points, vectors, and angles) and additional techniques used to manipulate shapes in the 3D space. Upon completing this course, you’ll possess strong spatial reasoning skills which are needed in advanced manufacturing, robotics, 3D design and other areas related to automation and Industry 4.0. It is an extremely important component of cognitive aptitude and a crucial skill employers look for when hiring for almost any job. 

 In the final practice-based course, you’ll learn about data, data file formats, and relational and non-relational databases. Emphasis is placed on Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMSs), which are used in virtually all industries and organizations to store data about employees, products, services, inventory, financial transactions, etc. You’ll also learn the fundamentals of data mining, statistical methods, data analysis, and data visualization. Finally, you’ll learn about data governance, quality, and controls. Upon completing this course, you’ll understand how data is acquired, cleaned, stored, visualized, analysed, presented, and used to make better business decisions.

At the same time as you learn these new hard skills, you’ll develop important soft skills, including the ability to focus, pay attention to detail, communicate, solve problems, use logic and make correct decisions, plan ahead and do it right the first time, persevere, learn from failure, and adapt to changing conditions, among others.

The hard and soft skills that you will learn will serve you well throughout your working life.

Syllabuses

The following are additional details and syllabuses for each Industry 4.0 Immersion training course.

 

 

What Our Trainees Say About Us

One of my most engaging courses

“The Computational Literacy For Modern Careers course offered by NCLab was one of the most engaging courses I took. I particularly enjoyed how interactive the course was. I found myself thinking about the lessons in my free time, trying to walk through problems in my head so that I would be ready for more difficult material when I logged back in. It was the perfect balance of challenging and rewarding. NCLab made computer programming approachable, which was especially helpful for me, since I had very little prior experience with coding.”  — F.E.

I’m in control of my pace of learning.

“NCLab allows you to work at your own pace which makes learning easier. It also deals with a lot of hands-on learning and practicing writing code which has made me a more confident computer programmer. Overall NCLab is a great program.” — A.S.

It taught me the basics of algorithmic thinking.

“The course is set up in such a way that it’s actually enjoyable to progress through the sections and try to figure out the best way to do things. Despite learning so much, I always felt like I was playing a puzzle game rather than learning how to think like a computer.” — W.C.

I didn’t think learning could be fun until now.

“The methodology of this course taught me to code though a game that required me to bring the robot Karel home through a maze using programming principles. It was an incredibly fun and helpful way to learn the material.” – DD

The idea of coding used to give me a lot of anxiety.

“The NCLab Computational Literacy for Modern Careers course that I am currently taking has made me want to pursue a career in coding. The course goes in depth on what goes into the code instead of making the students memorize everything. The idea of coding used to give me a lot of anxiety, but now I am only wanting to learn more.” — K.A.

 

 

 

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