Almost every product we enjoy in our modern society is made, in some way, by human beings. Airplanes,
automobiles, computers medical equipment, televisions and electronic equipment are all products of
manufacturing. Computer Integrated Manufacturing is a program that focuses on modern manufacturing processes
found in local companies such as Volvo, JLG Industries and Manitowoc Crane. Included in the course of study is
the use of both manual and Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) and Computer-Aided Design (CAD) equipment as
well as programming, precision measuring and inspection. This program was formerly known as Precision Machining
and will now include new exciting curricula provided through the Project Lead the Way program.

Educational Outlook

  • CNC Machine set-up and operation
  • How to draw sketches and read blueprints
  • Measuring with dial calipers and micrometers
  • Using MasterCAM and AUTOCAD
  • Mechanical and component assembly
  • Installing fasteners, hydraulic fittings and
    connectors through VOLVO Training

Career Opportunities

  • CNC Machine Operator
  • ME (Mechanical Engineer)
  • Manual Machine Operator
  • Material Handler
  • CNC Programmer
  • Quality Controller

Industry Certifications Available

  • Pennsylvania Skills Certification Advanced and Basic
  • Level 1 National Institute of Metalworking Skills (NIMS)
  • VOLVO Assembly Training Certified

Earn College Credits

Click here for information on how you can earn college credits while in your Career Tech program.