Manufacturing is back and growing throughout the region. Employers are looking for skilled workers who are equally capable with computer technologies as they are equipment. Students in Manufacturing and Machining Technologies will learn the fundamental skills, techniques, and processes of industry.
Brent Snell, Level l & Level ll Instructor
Tim Martin, Parafrofessional
This program is an excellent choice for students with an interest in creating new things, and discovering how parts work. They should also be self confident, have initiative and care about excellence.
There are currently over 600,000 open positions in U.S. manufacturing.
- There are over 2,400 manufacturing companies in the Dayton region
Graduates from this program will have the opportunity for long-term career success with immediate, local employment. Continued education and experience combined with a solid work ethic multiply the possibilities for promotion and advancement.
Mechanical Blue Print Reading
Students who qualify, have the opportunity to participate in one of three options for career development during their senior year.
All of these programs allow students to be in the workforce while attending school on a modified schedule, so you can earn while you learn.
Edison State Community College
Earn up to 12 Semester Credit Hours
Sinclair Community College
Earn up to 21 Semester Credit Hours
A broad range of certification courses is available:
OSHA 10 and 30 General Industry
NIMS Level 1
Tool and die maker
Students who qualify have the opportunity to participate in one of three options for career development during their senior year. All three programs allow students to work within their career field while attending school on a modified schedule, so you they gain skills, experience and competitive wages.