SevillaVET5 days


Collaborative Robotics is one of the most important tools that Industry 4.0 has made available to companies and laboratories to optimise their manufacturing and research processes.


  • Ability to work in the same environment as people,
  • High versatility,
  • Avoiding a multitude of repetitive and/or dangerous jobs for people,
  • Ease of use and programming,
  • Low installation costs.

The aim of this training is to provide expert knowledge on Collaborative Robotics: its advantages, limitations and possibilities. It covers knowledge of:

  • Different models of collaborative robots,
  • Modes of work,
  • Tools,
  • And safety of the installations.


  • Provide participants with a global vision that allows them to learn about the possibilities offered by collaborative robotics, so that in the future they can expand their capabilities, with a critical spirit and having a clear idea of the future lines of work: robot programming, specific tools and safety, among others.
  • Feel more motivated and excited about their day to day professional work, spreading this positive attitude to the rest of the teaching community.
  • Improve the perspectives and development opportunities of each participant.
  • Promote group work and long-term projects to provoke changes with benefit effects and impact on the learning process and more satisfying and stimulating climate at schools.


  • DAY 1: Collaborative robotics. Generalities and ways of working

Collaborative Robotics is much more than a specific brand. There are many models and different ways of working.

Having clear ideas on the subject – without sales pitches – will help us to understand the real potential of the technology.

Presentation of the course

Collaborative robotics. General description and ways of working.

Case studies.

Introduction to 3D simulation software.

Basic programming commands.

Implementation of basic simulation programs.

  • DAY 2: Collaborative robots

Main features.

Depending on the application, there will be a collaborative robot that best suits our needs. Knowing them will help us to have better criteria when selecting the robot and subsequent training programmes.

Leading manufacturers. Comparison.

Detailed analysis of the main collaborative robots.

Main parts of a collaborative robot.

Programming commands.

Continuation of programming.

  • DAY 3:  Tools for collaborative applications

Gripping Systems: Grippers, Suction Cups:…

Depending on the application and way of working, it will be more convenient to use one tool or another. It is important to know the main technologies and criteria to select the most suitable one.

Presentation of the main tools.

Special tools.

Characteristics of collaborative tools.

Practical exercises with collaborative tools.

Programming exercises using collaborative tools.

  • DAY 4: Safety in collaborative robotics

Collaborative robots are designed to be able to work in the same environment as people. This does not mean that their use is always safe.

Throughout the training we will see the different risks and how to prevent them.

Security in collaborative applications. General principles.

General review of the regulations involved.

Presentation of the Technical Specification ISO/TS 15066: Robots and robotic devices: collaborative robots.

Case studies, design and analysis.

Measuring impacts and analysis of the results.

  • DAY 5: Practical exercises

Visit to the facilities of the company DYPROMAC. Practice with a robot and measurement of impacts in real situations.

Brief presentation of the company.

General operation of the robot to be used.

General principles of the programming software.

Carrying out basic practices with the robot and different tools.

Impact measurement exercises and analysis of results.


The approach will be based on the experience and analysis of the reality and concerns of the group. We will mainly work in assemblies and small groups, encouraging creativity to expand opportunities and alternatives to action.

In addition, all teachers will be offered a course continuation strategy to monitor and implement good practice in their schools based on the knowledge, skills, and competences they have acquired during the course in Spain.

Through their commitment and active participation in sharing new competences, they will be able to build support groups among their community, while presenting their work and contribution on a local scale.

Means: Computers with 3D robotic simulation program, collaborative robot, different tools and impact measurement equipment will be available for the course.


Upon completion of this course, participants will:

  • Have expert knowledge on Collaborative Robotics: its advantages, limitations and possibilities.
  • Know different models of collaborative robots, their modes of work, tools, and safety of the installations.
  • Know different models of collaborative robots, modes of work, limitations and practical applications.
  • Know safety design principles in collaborative robotic installations.
  • Be able to propose a general collaborative robotic installation design.


16.10.2023 > 20.10.2023
13.11.2023 > 17.11.2023
11.12.2023 > 15.12.2023
22.01.2024 > 26.01.2024
12.02.2024 > 16.02.2024
11.03.2024 > 15.03.2024
15.04.2024 > 19.04.2024
10.06.2024 > 14.06.2024
05.08.2024 > 09.08.2024
21.10.2024 > 25.10.2024
23.12.2024 > 27.12.2024

Confirmed dates
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Services included

  • Pre-arrival information.
  • Tuition & training materials.
  • Coffee break.
  • Training Certificate.
  • Europass Certificate.
  • Admin & organizational costs.

Additional services

  • Accommodation (hotels & self-catering apartments).
  • Half-day and one-day trips.
  • Cultural activities.
  • Airport transfer.
  • Local transport.