The Electromechanical Machine Tool Technology program is designed to prepare students for a career in servicing industrial precision machines. Students will acquire skills encompassing electrical systems, motors, transformers, electrical and electronic motor control, pneumatics, mechanical drive systems, and PLCs along with the core principles of CNC (computer numerical control) machining on a lathe and mill and the fundamentals of CNC programming. The program includes an innovative blended learning curriculum with theory-based instruction, practical hands-on training on state-of-the-art industrial equipment and software, multi-media integration, and online e-Learning. Students will participate in a 160-hour field internship with a Haas Certified Trainer, funded by the Phillips Corporation.
If you’d like more information in regards to Adult Workforce Education, please contact Amy Rex at 610-799-1316 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Individual tours are available by appointment.