Advanced Manufacturing and Production Technology

The purpose of Advanced Manufacturing and Production Technology is to provide knowledge and technically oriented experiences in the study of automation technology, its application in manufacturing, engineering and robotics. Click here for additional program information.opens in a new window

hours

600, approximately 20 weeks

testing requirements

Basic Skills Assessment

location

LTC Main Campus

Starting Salaries

Vary, averaging from $34,093 to $42,227*
*Based on local industry information

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Starting Salaries

What you’ll learn

Advance Manufacturing and Production Technology Occupational Completion Points (OCP)

Advance Manufacturing and Production Technology Master Plan of Instruction – (PDF & HTML)

  • Integration of mechanical and electronic systems
  • Practical PLC programming and application
  • Control theory for precise system performance
  • Hands-on projects with sensors and actuators
  • Industry-specific applications and innovation strategies

OCPCourse NumberCourse TitleCourse Length
AET10400Entry-Level Production Worker 150 hrs
BET10431Production Quality and Assurance 150 hrs
CET10432Manufacturing and Production Processes 150 hrs
DET10453Manufacturing and Production Maintenance 150 hrs

Our numbers

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Completion Rate*

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Placement Rate*

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Licensure

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Data as reported to COE and is updated annually in December of each calendar year.
Placement calculation may exclude (if applicable) program completers that are awaiting exam results,
refused employment, continued post-secondary education, or may be otherwise unavailable for employment.

Instructor / contact

Name:

Harold Linginfelter

Email: LinginfelterH@lake.k12.fl.us

Phone Number: 352.589.2250, x1871

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