Today’s companies are looking for qualified technicians for machine setup, repair and preventative maintenance. Students learn on some of the world’s most advanced pieces of technology. Students enrolled in the Electromechanical program at LCTI study all aspects of electrical controls, mechanical assembly, PLC’s, pneumatics and robotics to prepare for a career troubleshooting and repairing production and facility related equipment. Completing this program, students will have the knowledge to be hired in well paying jobs working with high-tech machinery equipment.
The Electromechanical/Mechatronics Technology program at Lehigh Career and Technical Institute helps students develop the depth and breadth of technical skills they need to excel in the advanced automated manufacturing field. LCTI brings industrial realism to the classroom to teach job relevant skills needed in today’s manufacturing environment. The program teaches skills encompassing electrical systems, electronics, mechanical drive systems, computer controlled equipment, pneumatics and mechatronics used in today’s manufacturing environment. Mechatronics is the industry’s buzz word to describe these updated skill sets in advanced automated manufacturing.
LCTI’s 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 e-Learning components. Students acquire skills encompassing electrical systems, electronics, mechanics and computer controlled equipment used in today’s manufacturing environment. The program is designed to prepare students for a career in the industrial maintenance/electromechanical field as an electrical/electronic technician, mechanical technician, laboratory engineering technician or process control technician.
Course Hours: 1350
Next available Class: Open Enrollment
Class Schedule: Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM (modified schedules are available upon request)
Contact Amy Rex, Workforce Education Coordinator, 610-799-1316 or email@example.com for course details and available start dates.
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