As the UK lockdown begins to ease, RARUK Automation is preparing to reopen the UK’s first Universal Robots Authorised Training Centre at its headquarters in Shefford on the 4th August 2020. RARUK Automation has issued a statement on “Staying COVID-19 Secure in 2020”, confirming that it has complied with the Government’s guidance on managing the risk of COVID-19 at the site. Social distancing will continue to be standard throughout the building, and visitors or attendees can expect to see no more than two people training at any one time. There will be a temperature check for everyone on arrival before being escorted to the designated training area.
The reopening allows the RARUK Automations’ certified UR trainers to continue to provide tuition in collaborative robot programming. With its Authorised Training Centre Network, of which RARUK Automation is a part, UR training modules can be delivered in a local, classroom environment once more. They cover ‘core to advanced’ cobot programming, including cobot scripting, preventative maintenance, system troubleshooting and parts replacement.
Follow the link to check for upcoming courses at the Universal Robots Authorised Training Centre.