Earn a certificate from CCRI that will teach you the beginning of CNC manufacturing. Learn how to read blueprints and take measurements in the manufacturing field. Learn More about CNC
Earn a certificate from CCRI that will teach you the advanced CNC manufacturing. Learn how to use a 3-D printer. Students at the end of their certificate will work in field of CNC manufacturing. Learn More about Advanced CNC Manufacturing
This certificate will allow students to develop the knowledge and skills for preparing the files and drawings for a variety of mechanical devices and components. The student will develop skills with contemporary CAD software to produce files suitable for machining and 3D printing. The emphasis will be place on designing for advanced manufacturing technology, rapid prototyping using 3D printers and mechanical simulation. Learn More about Manufacturing Design and Rapid Prototyping
This certificate will allow students to develop the knowledge and skills for advanced manufacturing machining. The program will give students extensive hands-on experience with manual, conversational and CNC machines. An emphasis will be place on safe and efficient setup and operation of industrial grad machining equipment. Overall, the program will prepare students to read blueprints, select the appropriate machining technology and produce a unit, meeting the design specifications. Learn More about Advanced Manufacturing Machining
This certificate will allow students to measure the quality of manufactured products and develop efficient manufacturing processes. Students will gain experience with a variety of advance manufacturing technologies, including wire EDM, plasma cutting 3D printing and laser cutting. The student will receive an OSHA-10 certification and the opportunity to attend four industry presentations. Learn More about Manufacturing Automation and Quality
Earn a certificate from CCRI that provides students with a core set of skills and competencies required by the energy industry. Hands-on training is provided through an eight or nine-week off premises practicum as well as field trips where students apply theoretical classroom knowledge in a real-world environment. Learn More about Energy Utility
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