Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing:In this Innovation Pathways Program course students will participate in hands-on training of machining processes used in the Advanced Manufacturing field. This 15-week course teaches the proper use of turning, milling, and grinding machine tools. The use of layout tools, precision measuring tools, shop safety, blueprint reading, the application of shop math, and work readiness skills will all be incorporated into this class. This work will prepare students for industry recognized credentials such as MACWIC and NIMS, which are marketable in the workforce and transferable to higher education institutions. OSHA General Industry safety awareness training will be included in this program. This 90 hour instructor-led course will give students a background on the manufacturing field and start students in the process of achieving industry recognized credentials.
Intro Adv Manufacturing
Course Numbers: 9613 (1.00)(C)
Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
Counted In GPA: 1
Count In Honor Roll: 1