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Advanced Manufactured Training Job Facts

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The Dana Center offers students the opportunity to learn valuable knowledge and skills using modern technology to prepare for in-demand careers in advanced manufacturing and skilled trades.

PLC and Robotics

Programmers are responsible for programming assembly lines, robotic devices or other manufacturing processes using Programmable Logic Control (PLC), a type of industrial computer.

Clean and Safe Environment

The Dana Center offers students the opportunity to learn valuable knowledge and skills using modern technology to prepare for in-demand careers in advanced manufacturing and skilled trades.

Electrical Careers

Electricians install and maintain electrical and power systems for homes, businesses and factories. They install and maintain the wiring and control equipment through which electricity flows.

HVAC

The Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC) professionals work in homes, businesses, schools, hospitals and industries to install, maintain and repair systems that control the temperature and air quality. In some cases, they may specialize in installation, maintenance or repair.

Industrial Mechanical

Industrial mechanics maintain and repair factory equipment and other industrial machinery such as conveying systems, production machinery and packaging equipment. Workers must follow safety precautions and use protective equipment such as hardhats, safety glasses and hearing protectors.

Make a Living

Good-paying jobs continue to be in demand for qualified workers due to advancements in automation and artificial intelligence (AI), which have greatly influenced the Advanced Manufacturing industry.

Applied Engineering

Applied engineers work on the application, design and technical components in the development of new products. They integrate systems, enhancing the manufacturing and utilization of an application. Applied engineers also oversee the development of teams within a company.

CAD

Computer-aided Designers (CAD) work with scientists, engineers, architects and designers and prepare detailed CAD drawings based on rough sketches, specifications and calculations. They are an integral part of any industrial project.

Precision Machinist

Precision machinists set up and operate a variety of computer controlled or mechanically controlled machine tools to produce precise machine parts and components.