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Acieta Training Services

Acieta Response to COVID-19 *as of March 16, 2020*
In light of recent developments of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, Acieta has made the decision to further safeguard our customers and Acieta family and act as responsible and caring neighbors.

In order to best protect our customers and team, we are cancelling upcoming training courses through June 30, 2020 and we will reevaluate as needed. Our priority remains the care and safety of our customers, students, and staff.

For those of you who will miss courses, you may opt to receive a refund or a credit that may be applied to any other training courses through 2020. To receive your refund or credit, please contact Naomi.


Proper training on robotic automation is important to ensuring your investment is always operational. Employee training decreases lost production time, prevents re-work due to lack of knowledge, and reduces damage to products and systems. With today’s challenge of finding and retaining quality skilled labor, training is an ideal way to build employee loyalty and engagement. Acieta offers extensive employee training programs designed for personnel at various levels, such as operators, programmers, and supervisors who need to know new equipment integration and system changes. Acieta offers training for individuals and groups, tailored to fit the attendees’ specific needs. We can conduct training at your facility or at one of our locations in Council Bluffs, IA, or Waukesha, WI.

We tailor training specifically to the skill levels of your personnel and to address the specific needs of your plant/facility.

Our FANUC-certified staff will provide hands-on experience for troubleshooting problems, maintenance and programming. Whether you are a new owner of a robot or an experienced user, proper training will help ensure you get the most out of your investment.

Learn more about the specific training for each of our locations:

Iowa training schedule

Wisconsin training schedule

To discuss known automation opportunities or discover new ones: