This two-year program allows students to earn dual credit toward an Associate Degree and/or certification in a variety of areas related to the manufacturing industry (For example; CAD, CNC, HVAC, Industrial Electrical, Industrial Maintenance, Major Appliance Technology, Millwright, Welding and more). Cutting edge technology has changed the way products are manufactured in the United States and abroad. These changes have increased the need for specialized careers in the development and maintenance of the computers/machines that produce the goods we use on a daily basis. This program utilizes a variety of lab space and equipment to assist students in choosing the manufacturing career that is right for them. Internship opportunities during the 2nd semester of a student’s second year are available for the qualified candidate.
Mr. Hanway has over 25 years of experience in industry. He received an Associates of Applied Science Degree in Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration from Southeast Community College, Milford, NE. He has worked in several roles over his career from a Maintenance Mechanic to Facilities Manager of Maintenance. Mr. Hanway has also received his DESE Continous Career Education Certificate in 2015.
Areas of Study
- Industry Problem Solving/Measurement
- Mechanical Skills
- Blueprint Reading/Processes and Controls
- Electricity Concepts
- Quality and Lean Manufacturing
- Thermodynamics and Chemistry
- OSHA Safety Concepts
- CDL Basic Operation
- Students may earn up to 24 hours of dual credit through Metropolitan Community College.
Machinists & CNC Programmers
HVAC Mechanics & Installers
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Drafters & Engineering Technicians
Control Room Operators
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