In Automated Manufacturing Technology get ready to work with state-of-the-art equipment that allows you to complete the latest robotic and engineering projects. Take your ideas, designs and sketches and translate them into real-life 3D designs, blueprints, and more. Students develop strong skills in this industry by using CAD, 3D Inventor, and various interactive simulation software that leads them into a career pathway that may include CNC programmer, equipment repair technician, machine control technician, or production machinist. Students are also prepared to advance their education towards a prospective career in mechanical or industrial engineering.
- Blueprint reading
- CNC programming
- Operation of: lathes, milling machines, grinders, drills, computer controlled machines
Apollo is the place to go for hands-on training and career options.
I chose Apollo because of all the career options and more hands-on experience to go into the workforce.
~Dillan, Automated Manufacturing Technology
- CNC Programmer
- Production Machinist
- Computer Numerical Control Programmer or Operator
- General Machinist
- Lab Technician Assistant
- Equipment Repair Technician
- Machine Control Technician
- With additional education: Tool & Die Maker, Mechanical Engineer, Industrial Engineer
Certifications and Credentials:
Motoman – 6 points
Fanuc – 6 points
NIMS – 12 points