In September 2018, BotsIQ Academy was launched to give every BotsIQ student access to quality online training that aligns with industry credentials and needs.

What is it?

BotslQ Academy is actual courses used by industry to train their employees.
You will have the chance to take a variety of classes from Tooling U-SME, Mastercam U, and SolidProfessor.


What can it do for me?

Learn skills to help you:

  • Build your Bot.
  • Work with your Industry Advisor.
  • Get introduced to equipment used in manufacturing.
  • Complete coursework to prepare you for advanced placement in technical training programs after high school.
  • Build your student portfolio for graduation, interviews, internships and more.

Apply for scholarships from BotslQ Academy to continue training for a manufacturing career.

Earn certificates for courses you complete that show-off the skills and competencies you’ve mastered!

Receive recognition at the BotslQ Finals Award Ceremony!

BotsIQ students and schools can register for BotsIQ Academy at:

Courses offered through:

Tooling U-SME is a leader in online manufacturing curriculum. Used by thousands of companies and more than 600 educational facilities across the United States, BotsIQ students will be introduced to a variety of skills and competencies that manufacturers are looking for in their future employees.

Mastercam is offering all National Robotics League (NRL) teams one-year access to Mastercam software and Mastercam University. This is a great tool for anyone looking to begin a career in CNC programming or for current Mastercam users to sharpen their job skills.

SolidProfessor offers over 5,000 online training courses and software tutorials for engineering software platforms, including Autodesk Inventor, Solidworks, and Fusion 360.

For more information on how to enroll, contact Michel Conklin at

BotsIQ Academy Scholarships Available

More information regarding scholarships will be shared in January 2021.

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