Northern Nevada's diversifying economy is attracting a growing number of manufacturing companies to the area, and you have the opportunity to train in this booming industry.
As an industry that is new to the region, manufacturing requires trained technicians for a variety of occupations including product design, electronic assembly, material fabrication, equipment maintenance and quality control. Degrees and certificates in TMCC's manufacturing technologies program prepare you for these lucrative careers.
Programs offered through the Manufacturing Technologies department include Apprenticeship, Drafting, Food Processing, Machining, Production Systems (Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics) and Welding.
Registered Apprenticeship programs are unique, flexible training programs combining job-related credit courses with structured on-the-job learning experiences.
In the process of planning a project, drafters work with designers and engineers to develop the graphic instructions used to complete the project.
The integration of technology, automated controls and advancements in computer-aided manufacturing, modeling and machining has dramatically changed the manufacturing industry.
Advanced manufacturing, assembly and production lines require skilled technicians capable of troubleshooting and controlling complex interrelated mechanical and electronic control systems and equipment.
Based on the American Welding Society (AWS) certification standards, the TMCC Welding Technology Program prepares workers for a diversity of occupations from construction to manufacturing.