Manufacturing – Advanced Technologies

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CNC Operator + Quick Start & Advanced Manufacturing

Search Keyword: CNC

160 hours
Prepares students to begin work in the machining industry as a CNC operator. The introductory course CNC Operatorincludes blueprint reading, measurement, basic and applied shop math, and an intro to CNC lathe and mill. Throughout the course, students will be exposed to the shop and the equipment as they progress through each module and apply what they learn. Small class sizes give students the attention needed and allow for more hands-on application of the learned skills. $769 registration fee includes instruction, books, and materials, including safety glasses, measuring devices, calculator, and other miscellaneous items in a small personal toolbox.

Cost: $769 includes all books and supplies
No Prerequisite
Course Schedule:
July 10 – September 18, 2017, MTWTh, 8am – 12pm
September 25 – December 7, 2017, MTWTh, 8am – 12pm

Location: Tyson Family Center for Technology

Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Search Keyword: Advanced Manufacturing

160 hours
Continue CNC training with hands-on practice with programming and creating projects. Students continue instruction in shop math, measurement, and machine shop operation.

Cost: $754 includes all books and supplies
Prerequisite: CNC Operator+ Quick Start
Course Schedule:
July 10 – September 18, 2017, MTWTh, 1pm – 5pm
September 25 – December 7, 2017, MTWTh, 1pm – 5pm

Location: Tyson Family Center for Technology

To learn more about this program contact: Mike Willard, 704-290-5856.


Mechatronics (Basic Industrial Maintenance)

Search Keyword: Mechatronics

160 hours
This exciting program provides the novice and the experienced professional with the skills necessary to provide basic machine and systems maintenance, repair and troubleshooting. Program topics include electronics and electricity, wiring, pneumatics, hydraulics, PLCs, motors and motor controls, pumps, and more.

Cost: $769 includes all supplies
No Prerequisite
Course Schedule:
September 25 – December 7, 2017, MTWTh, 8am – 12pm

Location: Tyson Family Center for Technology

To learn more about these programs contact: Russell Carpenter, 704-290-5892.

Advanced Mechatronics

Search Keyword: Mechatronics

160 hours
This course is designed to teach students fundamental skills in manufacturing automation. Upon competition students will have had classroom and hands on instruction in the automation control field that includes electrical, robotics and PLCs. Topics covered include robotic and PLC programming, electrical troubleshooting, and electrical print reading.

Cost: $560 includes all supplies
Prerequisite: Mechatronics (Industrial Maintenance)
Course Schedule: To be determined

Location: Tyson Family Center for Technology