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New Program: Advanced Manufacturing Lab

Colorado is experiencing an expanding manufacturing sector with a multitude of promising career paths for people interested in making things that improve lives. Emily Griffith Technical College has introduced a dynamic training program to help ensure there is a workforce prepared to meet the growing needs of manufacturers.

The Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory program is designed to introduce students to a broad range of entry-level manufacturing careers from production assembly to precision machining, metal fabrication, commercial and medical plastics, composites, aerospace, electronics and renewable energy. This program is intended to be a foundation of universally transferable skills that enable the student to acquire meaningful employment, career growth, and advanced certifications in American manufacturing industries.

EGTC has assembled a state-of-the-art dedicated training lab that includes work centers for machining that includes Computer Number Control (CNC) machines, robotics, 3D printing, quality assurance, and assembly and finishing. Students will have extensive interaction with industry experts, classroom theory and workplace ethics presented by knowledgeable faculty with industry experience, and will experience lots of hands-on lab time with the most modern shop machines available.

Manufacturing makes a positive difference in our communities and in our world. Gone are the days when manufacturing meant dark, dirty and dangerous factories and long hours of menial repetitive work. Modern manufacturing facilities are clean and bright and focused on social responsibility and environmental sustainability.

This 12-month program will put men and women at the forefront of a new American industrial revolution, using their hands, heads and hearts to take personal pride in the honorable designation, Made in America.

Learn more about this exciting new program.

Upcoming Related Events

Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Health & Administration Careers Info Night
Time: 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Trades Campus Information Night
Time: 4:00pm to 6:00pm

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