Set up and operate a variety of machine tools to produce precision parts and instruments. Include precision instrument makers who fabricate, modify, or repair mechanical instruments. May also fabricate and modify parts to make or repair machine tools or maintain industrial machines, applying knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining procedures.
The goal of the College of Southern Idaho's Manufacturing Technology Program is to prepare students for a successful career in the rapidly expanding field of machining fabrication.
It is a broad approach to training technicians with a variety of skills that will include machining and CNC, along with fabrication, plastics, electronics, and a CAD-CAM. The first year of the program (TC) will focus on machining, but the second year (AAS) will introduce advanced topics and automation (programmable logic controllers and robotics). Related non-credit short term training will be designed to coincide with this program and industry needs.
The curriculum is designed to meet the current needs of business and industry. Faculty are selected on the basis of successful work experience as well as teaching excellence. Instruction takes place in small classes to encourage students' full participation.
The manufacturing program was started using the Workforce Innovations in Regional Economic Development (WIRED) grant and has been provided participant support funding. This funding has been reserved for direct reimbursement of payments for:
Follow the steps recommended in the Getting Started section as this process will complete all the preliminary steps to qualifying for WIRED funding. Once your FAFSA process is complete, we can use this information to start the assistance process. Please contact the program coordinator to set up an appointment for an interview, and to complete the required forms.
McKay Womack, Mfg Training Coordinator; 208-732-6375; email@example.com