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Universal Robots Training Academy

RARUK Automation is proud to be a certified Universal Robots Training Academy in the UK.

Throughout the year, we run regular in-house training courses at our HQ in Bedfordshire (UK), conducted by Universal Robots certified trainers in our state-of-the-art training facilities. Cover the basics from Core Training courses to the more advanced, our training will help you get to grips with – and master – your UR  collaborative robots.

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Based at our headquarters in Shefford, Bedfordshire, UK (situated between the A1 and A6), our bespoke and state-of-the-art training facilities are certified by Universal Robots.

Meet our trainers

Paul Keeling

Paul is one of our Certified Trainers for Universal Robots. He has worked at RARUK for over 7 years and is currently our Senior Automation Technician. He has a degree in Robotics from Reading University.




Harry Brunker

Harry is an Automation Technician with the RARUK Automation team and is now a qualified UR Accredited Trainer. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Brunel University.

Want to know what our customers say about our courses? Take a look at our testimonials:

“I now Feel confident that i can now programme the UR, and its great knowing there is a great support structure in place.” Steve.

“Harry was very knowledgeable and could answer all the different questions that we threw at him.” Adam.

“I thoroughly enjoyed the course. It’s not often I meet someone else who I can talk about software engineering with. Paul was an excellent tutor and was able to answer all of my questions in an enlightening manner. I left the training centre with fresh ideas to implement upon my return to our site. Many thanks.” Rowan.

Very good course ran by Paul Keeling, the setup was fantastic and flexible enough to cover some other subjects I was struggling with which was not included in the course topics.” Nathan.