AutoCAD for Industry (MEC 125)
The objective of this course is to introduce students to the drafting techniques and functions of AutoCAD, and how to apply those concepts to general and advanced technical drawings. This class will introduce the 3D capabilities of AutoCAD, utilizing knowledge of 2D Computer Aided Design and add the Z axis of 3D. This course will also provide the student with an advanced look at AutoCAD that will allow them to learn new and better ways of accomplishing the task at hand with better speed and accuracy. $995
Coming soon Autodesk Certified User certification.
Tuesday/Thursday - 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Introduction to Industrial Mfg. Automation & Machinery Technologies (MEC 152)
This course develops a basic understanding of the types of applications involved with industrial processes & manufacturing, and similar components & technologies used for automated production/assembly lines. It provides the technician with the basic tools used for the analysis and diagnosis phases of the troubleshooting process, including fundamental electricity, series circuits, motor controls, hydraulics and pneumatics, and programmable logic controllers. Training is performed on Allen-Bradley and Festo modular controller systems.
A 200-hour paid job experience may be available.
Grant-funded if qualified (must be between the age of 17 - 29) – an assessment, qualification, and interview will be given prior to registration.
Call us for details.
March 9 - May 27, 2021
Tuesday/Thursday, 5:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Mechanical Assembly and Electronic Assembly Training Program for Neurodiverse Students (MEC 150)
This course is designed to develop the skills needed for employment as a Mechanical Assembler and other related positions. A specific, small, structured, hands-on and classroom training program with support services. An entryway to employment or a gateway to further education in related programs. This course will also offer all participants a 10-hour General OSHA certification, and completion certificate upon successful completion of class.
Grant-funded if qualified – an assessment and interview will be given prior to registration.
Call (631) 851-6200 or 6212 for details.