Manufacturing and processing industries are in need of skilled production operators and technicians with up-to-date, 21st century skills.
Industries that make products from metal, plastics, wood, and other materials, as well as those producing solar panels, biofuels, energy, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, food, semiconductors, and a host of other traditional and green products need employees capable of running and servicing sophisticated machinery. In addition, workers in these industries must understand and practice principles aimed at maintaining safety, improving quality, eliminating waste, and reducing or eliminating the impact of operations on the environment.
Manufacturing Courses - current quarter
More Information about Manufacturing Courses
- LCC Catalog (for full course descriptions)
|Related Programs and Courses|
|> all Programs of Study - All degree and certificate programs.|
|> Corporate & Continuing Education - Personal and professional education and training for businesses and individuals.|
|> Transitional Studies - Basic skills classes in preparation for entry-level college courses and beyond.|
|> Work-Based Learning - Custom designed work-based training programs.|
|Automotive Technology - Coursework combining classroom theory and hands-on practice based on competencies established by the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation.|
|Diesel/Heavy Equipment Technology - Preparation for careers in industries that use trucks, heavy equipment, vessels or industrial equipment using diesel power, hydraulics or mechanical power transmission. Transfer to several baccalaureate institutions available.|
|Machine Trades - Studies in preparation for careers as machinist, millwright, tool and die maker or other occupations related to manufacturing, or transfer to a baccalaureate program.|
|Welding Technology - Studies in preparation for the state commercial welding examination and welding jobs in manufacturing and maintenance.|