Career Occupational Focus

Certified Machine Operator

Description

  • Design and create  the high-tech precision parts needed worldwide in everyday products.
  • Produce steel, aluminum, and plastic components working with advanced computer-controlled technology.
  • Use the same techniques and state-of-the-art equipment as industry leaders.

Printable Version

Revised 04/13/2017

Certified Machine Technician

Description

  • Design and create the high-tech precision parts needed worldwide in everyday products.
  • Program and control industrial CNC machines to produce products from engineering blueprints and specifications.
  • Use the same techniques and state-of-the-art equipment as industry leaders.

    This program is delivered in both face-to-face and in a distance education(partially online) method. Please see the scheduling information to verify delivery options for each section. 

Printable Version

Revised 04/13/2017

Drafting

Description

  • Develop visual basic drafting skills for mechanical, structural, piping, civil and architectural design  
  • Create technical drawings using the same software as designers and engineers 
  • Visualize and create 2D and 3D models matching industry standards

Printable Version

Revised 4/20/2017

Foundations of Manufacturing

Description

  • Open your world to all areas of manufacturing and find out what inspires the workforce.
  • Weld it, machine it, build it, create it, design it, program it, let “it” be your future.
  • Go from initial design and set up to a finished product. Find a career path that will set you up for your future.

Printable Version

Revised 04/13/2017

Mechatronics Systems Technician

Description

  • Install, maintain, and troubleshoot electrical, pneumatic, and robotic industrial equipment 
  • Setup automated systems utilizing programmable logic controllers (PLCs)
  • Use the same equipment and techniques as industry leaders

Printable Version

Revised 04/14/2017

Welding Combination

Description

  • Utilize advanced welding techniques to manipulate metals for construction, industrial, and artistic applications.
  • Interpret blueprints, specifications, and welding symbols.
  • Operate the same advanced welding and fabrication equipment used by professionals.

Welding Training Opportunities

Printable Version

Revised 04/13/2017

Welding Fabricator

Description

  • Utilize basic welding techniques in FCAW and GMAW to manipulate metals for construction, industrial, and artistic applications.
  • Interpret blueprints, specifications, and welding symbols.
  • Operate basic welding and fabrication equipment used by professionals.

Welding Training Opportunities

Printable Version

Revised 04/18/2017