Manufacturing
  • The Manufacturing Career Cluster® focuses focuses on planning, managing, and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products and related professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance, and manufacturing/process engineering.


  • Metal Trades

    This Program of study is offered at The Center for Career and Technology Education

    First Year: Flexible Manufacturing: HT3M2AY2 or HT3M2AD2 (Dual Credit)
    Year long course/1.0 credit per semester

    Flexible Manufacturing provides the knowledge, skills, and technologies required for employment in the metal technology industry. Knowledge about career opportunities and the development of workplace skills will prepare students for success.

    Courses offered in conjunction with El Paso Community College:

    MCHN 1313 Basic Milling Operations: Dual Credit/Fall Semester
    MCHN 1308 Basic Lathe: Dual Credit/Spring Semester
     
    Second Year: Advanced Flexible Manufacturing: HT4M2AY2 or HT4M2AD2 (Dual Credit)
    Year long course/1.0 credit per semester

    Advanced Flexible Manufacturing builds on knowledge and skills developed in the flexible manufacturing industry. Students will develop advanced concepts and skills as they relate to careers in metal technology.

    Students will be eligible to test for the American Welding Society (AWS) certification ($20).

    Courses offered in conjunction with El Paso Community College:

    WLDG 1407 Intro to Welding Using Multiple Processes: Dual Credit/Fall Semester
    MCHN 1335 Grinders, Outside, Internal, Surface: Dual Credit/Spring Semester