This program is designed to transfer into John Tyler Community College. Successful students will have opportunity to attain credentials from the National Institute for Metalwork Skills, Inc. (NIMS).
The High Performance Technology Program prepares students for entry level positions in the advanced manufacturing industry. Courses in the curriculuum in clude, Computer Aided Drafting and Design, Introduction to Computer Numeric Controls, Introduction to Quality Assurance, and Introduction to Technical Applications in Manufacturing. The program offers students the opportunity to attain industry recognized credentials such as OSHA, ESCO, and NCCER.
The manufacturing sector is offering high wage job opportunities for people with the right skills. From 400,000 to 600,000 job opening exist in the United States alone. The Machining Skills Certification Program is training, designed to prepare you with the skills needed to get you hired.
The Industrial Maintenance Technician Technology Studies Degree is designed to meet the increasingly sophisticated maintenance needs of institutions, businesses, and industries. As maintenance operators become more technologically advanced, greater knowledge and skills are required to keep performance at effiencey. With a broad-based approcah, including a cross-section of technical skills, the Industrial Maintenance Program provides entry-level skills for these emerging industry needs.
This program is designed for entry and for advancement in electronics-related occupations. The curriculum provides the foundation for electronics courses needed for success in these occupations and builds on the knowledge and skills of residential or industrial electricians. Courses required for the certificate program will be offered primarily at night.
Advanced Level Certified Welder Skill Training