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Manufacturing Technology

Gain valuable skills employers expect

Manufacturing Technology

Gain valuable skills employers expect

Manufacturing Technology

Gain valuable skills employers expect
Manufacturing Technology
Manufacturing Technology

Interested in machinery, conventional machine tools, composites, and computerized design? Advanced Manufacturing offers some of the highest paying and most satisfying career opportunities in today’s job market. Get hands-on training in the expanded Manufacturing facility and lab.

Program Options

The Manufacturing Technology (MANF) program provides you with the foundational skills needed for many entry-level manufacturing jobs. We will introduce you to key workplace skill areas often found in advanced manufacturing-related industries. The program offers you skills that employers expect you to have if you are just entering the manufacturing field or if you are moving up the career ladder. Students will develop skills in several areas including quality and lean manufacturing, computer aided design (CAD), computer numeric control (CNC), automation and composite technologies through hands-on training in a working production lab. The program includes multiple pathways including a transfer degree.

Certificate Options

Degree and Certificate Closures – Skagit Valley College will no longer accept students into the following degree or certificate programs after May 31, 2021. Students enrolled in these programs will have until Spring Quarter 2022 to complete their degree. For more information, please contact Bruce Poole at [email protected]:

  • Operations Management, AAS / Operations Management, AAS-T
  • Manufacturing Fundamentals Micro-Certificate
  • Manufacturing Quality Assurance Micro-Certificate
Manufacturing Technology
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