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.
Project STEP II prepares individuals for entry-level jobs in the tool-and-die industry and machining applications.
Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program: View the Gainful Employment Information
|CAM 1107||Principles of Manufacturing||3|
|CAM 1116||Fundamentals of Computer Numerical Control Operations||3|
|CAM 1141||Shop Floor Calculations I||3|
|CAM 1142||Shop Floor Calculations II||3|
|CAM 1161||Machine Operations Laboratory I||8|
|CAM 2145||Shop Floor Programming||3|
|MET 1131||Personal Computer Applications for Engineering Technology||1|
|OPT 1100||Tooling & Machining Metrology||2|
|(CAM 1162 OR CAM 2700)||4 - 8|