Manufacturing Technology

Manufacturing Technology (MT)* Have you wondered how something was manufactured or made? This program is a one-year program that focuses on using robotics, computerized manufacturing, computer designing, making chips on manual machining, including making heat with welding processes. Students will participate in a mix of lesson-based instruction and hands-on work. Students may learn a variety of machining techniques, industrial aspects, and will be encouraged to narrow their manufacturing interest and choose their career path for more in-depth learning opportunities. Students learn to become problem solvers, excellent team members and leaders in this career field that are highly sought after by employers. Many graduates may help fill our community’s workforce needs or continue their career path in a post-secondary opportunity, such as college, university or an apprenticeship. Students may return for a second year for Advanced Training focusing on Work Based Learning (WBL) or other areas of advanced manufacturing. Certifications may be earned in the 2nd year in Fusion 360, HAAS Mill, and Tooling U in Robotics and Manufacturing.