• machining
  • machining
  • robotics
  • welding
Learn skills for today's advanced manufacturing world. Choose your area of concentration from Industrial Maintenance, Precision Machining, Robotics & Automation, or Welding.

The skills taught in this program vary by concentration and may include:

· Basic Electronics, Wiring, Electricity


· CNC Fundamentals

· Hydraulics/Pneumatics

· Machining

· Metallurgy

· Welding

· Workforce Development

· Externship

· Robotics

· PLC Programming


Upon successful completion of the course, you’ll earn the following credentials:


  • Three AWS D1. Certifications 

Precision Machining and Industrial Maintenance:

  • MSSC Certified Production Technician
  • One AWS D1. Certification

Robotics & Automation:

  • FANUC Tool Handling Pro Certification

All concentration areas:

  • ACT National Career Readiness Credential
  • OSHA 10-hour Credential
Career Opportunities: 
  • Industrial Maintenance Mechanic, Maintenance Supervisor, Equipment Technician
  • CNC Programmer, CAD/CAM Programmer, CNC Operator, Machining Manager
  • Robotics Technician, Automation Technician, PLC Technician, Field Service Technician
  • Welder
  • And many more!
Additional Information: 

How to enroll in the Manufacturing Technologies program: Register for an info session where you'll receive your application, financial aid information, course schedule, and more. Reserve your spot by calling 330-669-7070 or online here.

  • Next start date: Fall 2024
  • In this program you will complete up to 115 hours of on-the-job training with a participating industrial partner.
  • Certificate of Completion & Career Portfolio awarded upon completion
  • This 680-hour program is about 12 months long and typically meets varying times Monday - Friday between 4 - 10 pm. 
  • Tuition: $8,160 + books and supplies (all costs subject to change)
  • Financial Aid available for those who qualify. Visit our Financial Aid page for more information.
  • For questions and additional information, contact Bruce Steiner at bsteiner@wcscc.org
  • Manufacturing Technologies Student Handbook

Cost of Attendance

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