Manufacturing Production Technician

Program: Quickskills

This certificate will offer training and preparation for career opportunities in entry-level positions in today's advanced manufacturing facilities.

These skills will align with the core needs of today's manufacturing operations. The curriculum includes mathematical and statistical techniques and applications, industrial safety and operational principles, production process cycle including resource availability, product specifications and state-of-the-art manufacturing practices, including Lean Manufacturing tools and techniques.

For career advancement: Apply 10 credit hours toward a degree in Mechatronics Technology.

Required Courses

REQUIRED COURSE INFORMATION  
Courses Credit Hours
IMT 101 Introduction to Industrial Maintenance 2.0
IMT 210 Basic Industrial Skills I 3.0
IMT 170 Statistical Process Control 3.0
MET 235 Manufacturing Engineering Principles 2.0
     
Subtotal   10.0
Total Credit Hours 10.0

Updated 8/7/2017

Program Student Learning Outcomes

Purpose Statement

The purpose of the Manufacturing Production Technician Certificate is to provide training and preparation for career opportunities in entry-level positions in today's advanced manufacturing facilities.

Program Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Identify and demonstrate safety principles as they apply to manufacturing environments
  2. Apply Lean principles in a manufacturing environment.
  3. Discuss and apply basic manufacturing engineering principles
  4. Apply manufacturing principles using classroom and real world applications
  5. Recognize basic maintenance issues with manufacturing production systems.

 

Advising Information

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Advisement Information updated on 7/2017.