College of Western Idaho is a FANUC Authorized Certified Education Facility. We provide the FANUC Robotics Handling Tool Operation and Programming class. It covers the requirements for FANUC Course Code: J2P0310.

Learn the skills that are needed to be an operator, technician, engineer or programmer to setup, record and troubleshoot programs on the FANUC Robotics Handling Tool Software Package. When you complete this program, you will be able to:

  • Power-up and jog the robot
  • Teach frames
  • Recover from robot faults
  • Execute, create and modify programs
  • Have an understanding of pulse encoders and the maintenance of robots

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Pre-Work Requirements

Once registered, there are 30 hours of pre-work to be completed online through FANUC. This training must be accomplished prior to class start.  Our certified FANUC trainer will contact you with details to complete the pre-work. You cannot receive a FANUC training certificate if these are not completed.

Out of Town Students

There are three hotels within walking distance of the CWI training site. In addition, there are several places to eat and even a movie theater nearby. Please refer to the map below.

Training Location Map & Lodging


Workforce Development at College of Western Idaho (CWI) provides you high-quality, short-term training to boost your job skills, acquire new career skills, and earn the certificates you need. Take as many classes as you want in our short-term, credit free classes with no applications, no transcripts, and no hassle. Just sign up and watch your career take off.

Classes are offered at a variety of locations throughout western Idaho that are taught by knowledgeable professionals with years of experience in the topics they teach.

Why This Program

College of Western Idaho is designated as an official FANUC Authorized Satellite Training Site (FAST) for robotics. Whether you are currently in a position that works with robots or looking to get a job in robotics, this course will give you the foundational knowledge and skills.

Manufacturing businesses within the Treasure Valley utilize FANUC robotics in their production operations and that is driving the need for localized training. Delivering this course allows employers to have employees trained locally, resulting in cost-savings and improving workplace skills.

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College of Western Idaho is committed to maintaining a Respectful Community by providing equal opportunity for all individuals and does not discriminate in services, benefits, or activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status, veteran status, age, or any other legally protected status.  More on Title IX