Computer Aided Manufacturing/Project STEP II (CAMPS.S.CRT)
30.0-34.0 Credit Hours
A nine-month intensive training program offered by Sinclair Community College in cooperation with the Dayton Region Manufacturers Association, the Computer Aided Manufacturing certificate completion prepares a graduate for employment in the machining industry as well as career advancement. To enroll for the certificate beginning in August and finishing in May, a student must meet with and be approved by the STEP II program coordinator. The student who is accepted into the program will receive 25-30 hours of classroom and laboratory instruction per week as well as producing for personal-use tools valued at approximately $1,500. A co-op option is provided for those students who wish to work during their second semester.
- Analyze manufacturing engineering problems (general and technical) and make appropriate decisions.
- Demonstrate technical engineering skills appropriate to program requirements.
- Demonstrate mathematical skills required for occupation.
- Demonstrate applied competencies in the areas of machining applications, drafting techniques and blueprint interpretation.
- Identify new changes in career field and build personal skills to maintain state-of-the-art competencies.