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Learn more about Advanced Manufacturing Technology at J. Everett Light Career Center!
Welcome to Advanced Manufacturing Technology!

One year, 2 or 3* hours per day | Prerequisite: Algebra 1 or higher

Course Information:

Robotics, CNC Machining, 3D Printing, and more! Advanced Manufacturing Technology is designed to expose students to the skills needed in the growing fields of manufacturing and production. This program will prepare students for employment with prestigious companies by focusing on the subjects of manufacturing processes and production, three dimensional modeling and analysis, robotic applications, quality and continuous improvement practices, maintenance awareness, and safety.

Software Used: AutoCAD, Inventor, Aspire, CatalystEX, Repetier, WinCNC

Dual Credit Offered*: (Learn more about Dual Credit)

Ivy Tech (1st year, 9 credits)

 •  MPRO 122 Mechatronics Electrical Systems  •  MPRO 102 Intro to Print Reading  •  MPRO 201 Lean Manufacturing

 

*Courses are subject to change. See instructor for most updated list.

Certifications Available: (Learn more about Certifications)

* MSSC Certified Production Technician (CPT):  MSSC Safety &  MSSC Quality

*indicates 19-20 IN Promoted Industry Certification

Job Opportunities:

• Engineer • CNC Machinist • Drafting Technician • Material Handling Specialist 

Get Involved:

Join our Student Organization - SkillsUSA!

Learn leadership skills, compete in events, earn scholarships, and much more! 

$$$ Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/

Check out the IN CTE Career Guide and see the in-demand occupations in Indiana!

Related Courses at JEL

PLTW Engineering •  Welding

19-20 Dual Credit Poster for Ivy Tech Bo

Instructor

Tim Devlin

317.259.5269   x44055

I teach Advanced Manufacturing Technology. I have an interesting background in work and college experience. While working with the students in my classroom, I like to encourage independence, problem-solving skills, positive work ethics, and teach kids how to make stuff. Outside of school, I enjoy being outside and hanging out with my wife and daughter.