Manufacturing Engineering Technician


Course Description

Employers seek skilled workers who will help them to compete globally. Prepare to be in demand with a powerful combination of mechanical and electrical control skills that you can apply in any manufacturing career.

There are many opportunities in large machine shops, manufacturing, design/build and food processing facilities.

  • Work as a maintenance planner, performance lab coordinator, design verification technician, CNC programmer, CAD technician, PLC Programmer, mechanical designer, buyer, quality control or continuous improvement technician, or pursue a trades apprenticeship.
  • Graduates work on fabrication and improvement of PLC-based equipment.
  • Skilled manufacturing work is rewarded with above-average pay and benefits.

Is it for you?

A career in manufacturing is well suited to people who:

  • Like to design and create
  • Want to know how things work
  • Enjoy working with their hands or repairing anything mechanical or electrical
  • Would like a career where they can have a real impact on business

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