Course Descriptions

Fabricated Metal Product / CNC Machining
Manufacturing Training Program

10-12 week training program with approximately 300 classroom and laboratory instructional hours.

 

Curriculum overview:

  • Reading and Handling of Calipers and Micrometers
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Dimensions and Tolerances
  • Material Properties
  • Heat Treatment Processes
  • Milling Machines in Depth
  • Bolt Terminology and Thread Standards
  • Lathes
  • Hand Tools
  • Grinding Wheels
  • CNC Milling Operation
  • Custom Tooling
  • Sine Plates and Tapers
  • CNC Machining
  • Feeds and Speeds
  • CNC Lathe
  • Surface Roughness
  • Business Computer Systems
  • Manufacturing Software Applications
  • Basic Welding
  • Print Reading
  • Gears
  • Work Readiness

 

Successful graduates of this program will receive a College Certificate of Competency and take the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) Certification Exam for Measurement, Materials, & Safety Level I.

 

Admission criteria to include:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Must pass Bennett Mechanical Test
  • Must have access to reliable transportation
  • Must be able to pass background check and drug screening
  • Must successfully pass employer screening
  • Must pass NJDOLWD eligibility requirements

Mechatronics

12 week training program with approximately 260 classroom and laboratory instructional hours.


Curriculum overview:
The curriculum for Mechatronics training is a combination of the Amatrol Mechatronics Curriculum and the Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute (PMMI) Mechatronics Certificate program. Credentialing exams, administered by PMMI.

 

Description www.amatrol.com:
Modern industry relies on highly complex production systems to produce high-quality, economical products for an ever demanding world. Mechatronics teaches systems thinking that is required to effectively operate, program, and problem solve in this complex environment. With the rapid proliferation of automation technology, mechatronics has become one of the fastest growing technical education programs in the world. Many technologies are integrated to make these sophisticated production systems:

  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Electronics
  • Software

 

In order to meet this vital industry demand, Amatrol's Mechatronics Learning System is comprised of individual stations all together form a total learning experience. This training experience can apply to various careers such as mechatronics engineer / technician, automation engineer / technician, and systems engineer / technician.

 

Amatrol's Mechatronics Learning System teaches learners a broad array of job-ready skills in integrated technologies as they work together in a team environment. This learning system teaches learners how to manufacture industrial quality working directional control valves. They develop skills needed to enable processes to work together such as making precision physical adjustments. Modern industry leverages technology so that one set of equipment can make many products. This system brings industrial realism to the classroom by allowing learners to program it to assemble a minimum of four different variations of the valve.

 

Admission criteria to include:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Must pass Bennett Mechanical Test
  • Must have access to reliable transportation
  • Must be able to pass background check and drug screening
  • Must successfully pass employer screening
  • Must pass NJDOLWD eligibility requirements