Advanced Technology Center
Advanced Manufacturing

Advanced Technology Advanced Manufacturing is an all-encompassing program that prepares individuals for employment as Industrial Maintenance Technicians in commercial and or industrial fields. Manufacturing covers a wide spectrum of jobs and career opportunities from assembly workers, technicians, engineering, supervisory, research and management positions.

 

Description:

The Advanced Technology Advanced Manufacturing program provides a great deal of hands-on laboratory experience enabling the individuals to obtain employment in a large variety of manufacturing facilities, refineries, food manufacturing, chemicals manufacturing, as well as construction and city services, such as water treatment plants, gas and water distribution system. As a manufacturing technician you will plan, specify, improve, and manage the machinery, processes, and production systems that produce these products.


Goal:
One of the Goals for ATC (Advanced Technology Center) is to provide to the students the ability to understand the systems that makes up the components of the modern and industrial machinery and equipment. You will work in clean, modern facilities with high tech devices such as robots, highly automated systems; computer controlled machining systems, and intricate assembly machinery. Your good people skills will be challenged as manufacturing technician interact with many other specialists inside and outside the field.

 

 

 Courses Offered

This program may focus on engineering, electrical and mechanical systems, hydraulics, pneumatics, or other technologies. ATC is offering TWO manufacturing programs that will help you in this exciting field.

 

Industrial Manufacturing, Associate of Applied Science Degree (PDF)


Industrial Manufacturing Maintenance, Associate of Applied Science Degree (PDF)

 

Financial aid and credit courses are available

 

 


 

 

 Industrial Manufacturing

1 Year Certification Programs


  • Number Control/Computerized Numerical Control Programming (NC/CNC)
  • Hydraulics and Pneumatics
  • Introduction to Quality Assurance
  • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
  • Materials in Manufacturing Process
  • Robotic Fundamentals
  • Robot Interfacing
  • Introduction to Plastics
  • Co-Op
  • Production and Operations Management
  • Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology I
  • Metals Processing
  • Industrial Machining Lab

 

 Job Opportunities

Throughout the 1900's, manufacturing's contribution to economic growth was strong and robust, on par with the financial sector. Through the invention and application of technology, manufacturers raised productivity higher than ever before and were largely responsible for the low-inflation prosperity of that decade. Therefore, manufacturing is one of largest employment sector in the region. It is possible for you to earn thirty-two thousand dollars after you complete the Advanced Technology Advanced Manufacturing program.


If you want to work hands-on with the latest, industrial-scale equipment, consider becoming an EPCC College manufacturing student! People working in the manufacturing in the field of industrial manufacturing/robotics can typically enjoy incomes ranging from $29K to more than $50 k per/year.

 

 Industrial Manufacturing Maintenance

1 Year Certification Programs


  • Number Control/Computerized Numerical Control Programming (NC/CNC)
  • Fundamentals of Electricity I and II
  • Industrial Electronics
  • Basic Machine Shop I
  • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
  • Motor Control
  • Electrical troubleshooting
  • Robotic Fundamentals
  • Introduction to Plastics
  • Robot Interfacing
  • Introduction to Welding Using Multiple
  • Processes
  • Co-Op