Southeastern Technical Institute received approval from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Office for Career/Vocational Technical Education for two new evening course offerings in Advanced Manufacturing. Students can apply to Machine Tool Technology or Metal Fabrication & Joining Technologies. Each 900 hour course will be divided into three individual modules of 300 hours each. Students will have the opportunity to learn everything from introductory to advanced skills and can elect to take one, two or all three modules depending on their experience and the needs of employers. For program plan information, click below.

“The Baker-Polito Administration developed the Advanced Manufacturing Certificate Program as a way to give adults who want to learn new skills in advanced manufacturing an opportunity to enroll in a program with a flexible timetable that would be eligible for financial aid. Adult students will be eligible for federal Pell grants, state MassGrants, and other scholarships.”

More Resources:
Mass.gov
Manufacturing Extension Partnership

 

Metal Fabrication & Joining Technologies Program Information
Starting January 2020
10 months, 900 hours
4 nights per week, Monday – Thursday, Classes begin at 4:00 PM

Estimated Expenses Per Program
Scholarships available for tuition costs for in-district residents.
Tuition: $6,000/$9,000 *
Books: $250
Program/Student fees: $1,350

District includes Brockton, East Bridgewater, Easton, Foxborough, Mansfield, Norton, Sharon, Stoughton and West Bridgewater.
*Out-of-district tuition. All expenses are subject to change.

Program Plan

Module I
Introduction to Metal Fabrication
Blueprint Reading
Welding I
Manufacturing Quality Control I
Metallurgy
Technical Math I
Introduction to Computers
OSHA 10 Hour
CAD/CAM for Plasma I

Module II
Technical Math II
Welding II
Introduction to Fabrication Machines & Techniques
Welding Codes, Testing, Inspection & Certifications
CAD/CAM for Plasma II
Career Readiness I
Introduction to Machine Technology
Manufacturing Qualify Control II
Design & Manufacturing Processes

Module III
Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
Introduction to Robotics
Intermediate Machine Technology
Manufacturing Quality Control III
Career Readiness II
Advanced CAD Manufacturing Techniques

Program Approval and Accreditation

Southeastern Technical Institute is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education.
7840 Roswell Road, Building 300, Suite 325
Atlanta, GA 30350
www.council.org
Tel: 770.396.3898