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The George Brown College Centre for Continuous Learning is pleased to announce the launch of The Robotics Technician Certificate, our newest and most advanced online technical training program. The Robotics Technician Certificate is a computer-based home study program that enables students to study at their own pace, remotely from their own homes, using CD-based curriculum, a robotic simulator and a traditional textbook to master the emerging technology of robotics in manufacturing.

George Brown College is pleased to announce the launch of our newest technical certificate program - the Robotics Technician Certificate. The Robotics Technician Certificate program will prepare you to install, manage, repair, develop and maintain industrial robotics systems. This program focuses on automated manufacturing processes and the role of robots within them. Specific areas of study include vision and tactile sensors, motion programming, safety, palletizing, conveyor systems, automated sorting systems, computer networking, computer integration and artificial intelligence.

This comprehensive guide for setting up and taking online exams has been developed for all new and existing students. This detailed manual will guide you through all the detailed steps required to access and complete online exams. Everything from logging into the Resource Center to setting up email applications, to testing your email connection is reviewed in detail. This guide will help simplify and answer most questions relating to the process of writing an online exam. Download the Guide

George Brown has the best reputation for academic quality in Ontario, and second best for the quality of student experience, according to a province-wide survey of college applicants.

A new 3rd edition of our supplementary PLC textbook is now available. This edition includes new material that corresponds closely to content introduced into the revised CD-ROM curriculum, in September 2006. Highlights of the 3rd edition include: 1.) The Data Communications chapter has been significantly expanded to include more in-depth and detailed coverage of communications technology including Internet, LANs and WANs. 2.) Increased special emphasis on installation and maintenance of PLCs, process control and industrial applications of PLCs, and input and output stages of PLC operations.