Seminar: Automated Robot Welding

The Competence Center on Automation to boost know-how and skills for the industrial development.

8 JUNE 2021





The CCoA Seminar “Automated Robot Welding” gives an overview of the different welding methods and processes, shows advantages and also disadvantages and gives an outlook on the developments in innovative welding technology.

It therefore makes sense to combine the two projects and to focus on the possibilities of automated welding. Automated welding systems guarantee consistent quality and high process reliability due to the recurring tasks. These lead to efficient production, reduction of unit costs and less rework. In the event of a shortage of skilled workers, automated systems also offer a real alternative, as machine operation can be carried out by less qualified personnel.


Target groups:

The seminars are aimed at technical specialists and managers from the fields of:

● Automation technology
● Supply chain management
● Production/manufacturing planning
● Quality management
● Persons responsible for the use of automation systems
● Officers responsible for the modernization and redesign of automation solutions


With the Special Initiative on Training and Employment (Invest for Jobs), the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) is promoting employment-generating investments in a number of African reform states. The aim is to create up to 100,000 jobs and 30,000 training places over the next few years, improve working conditions and promote sustainable economic growth.

With the support of SI Jobs and the umbrella organization of the German electrical and electronics industry, ZVEI, German and Moroccan companies have initially established the “Industrial Cluster Welding and Joining Technology Morocco”. The cluster focuses in particular on the processes of welding, cutting, bonding, soldering and corrosion protection. The aim of the cluster is to introduce high-performance joining techniques in accordance with ISO standards in Morocco through training and further education measures, thus supporting the export capability of the Moroccan economy and ultimately contributing to the creation of more jobs.
In addition, the Competence Center on Automation (CCoA) was launched in December 2020. The main objective of the Competence Center is to qualify and train Moroccan technicians for control and regulation systems, especially in the automotive and food sectors.



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