Here you will find basic information about Manufacturing Classes. Click on the class for more information and pictures from each class.
This introductory level class has students learning and practicing the basics of metal and wood manufacturing processes. Students are provided opportunities to practice and test their skills using professional quality tools and equipment.
Students in Metalworking Technology continue on specializing in manufacturing and machining metals. Students further their skills in multi-positional and process welding, metal lathe work, and plasma torch cutting to name a few. Dual credit HCC course.
Students in Advanced Metalworking Technology even further their welding and machining metals skills. Students are also given the opportunity to work on independent projects to test their design and problem solving skills. Dual credit with HCC.
GeoCon is an integrated curriculum where students earn Geometry math credit and Technology credit. Students learn Geometry in the context of learning construction techniques and seeing them in action in building light frame construction structures.
Student in Woodworking Technology continue on in specializing in woodworking processes. Students develop their woodworking skills through the study and practice of joining, separating, and machining techniques.
Students in Advanced Woodworking Technology further their woodworking process skills. Students are tasked with developing their own woodworking projects to test their project management, design, and problem solving skills.