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The Advanced Manufacturing program prepares you for a variety of skills used in the manufacturing process, making you a valued employee!
Note: As we continue to monitor and adjust our schedule due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we cannot guarantee immediate placement into a program for adult students. There is a waitlist for those who are not immediately placed.
Advanced Manufacturing students develop integrated skills in machining, welding, instrumentation and automation, electrical, electronics, fluid power, mechanical systems, and programmable logic control. Modern manufacturing processes have created a demand for multi-skilled workers who have strong abilities in more than one field.
Advanced Manufacturing students learn machining, welding, instrumentation and automation, electrical, electronics, fluid power, mechanical systems, and programmable logic control, making them valued employees in the modern manufacturing process!
Bryce Crump teaches Advanced Manufacturing at the Reno campus. He earned a Bachelor in Theology degree at Christian Life College in Stockton, California. Bryce previously worked as an adjunct instructor at Francis Tuttle, as a Program Director of HVAC/EM at Vatterott College in Oklahoma City, and as Senior Sales Consultant at Oklahoma Chiller in Del City, Oklahoma.
Mike Enneking serves as an instructional assistant in the Advanced Manufacturing program at the Portland campus. He completed several programs at the Portland Campus, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business at Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma, and a Master in National Military Policy at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Mike previously worked as Director of Facilities Maintenance for the State of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City, and served 35 years in the United States Army, retiring as Colonel.
Matthew Maynard teaches Advanced Manufacturing at the Portland campus.