ZAMT-1002 Shop Floor Calculations

1.8 CEU’s

Nearly every shop activity requires basic math skills - whether calculating averages for a control chart, making machine adjustments, or reading prints. Basic Shop Math teaches workers how to add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. It also shows how to perform other basic activities, such as rounding numbers and calculating averages. The focus of the course is on practical application - all examples and exercises are easily grasped and are based on operations and measurements that shop workers typically encounter on the job.

Contact hours: 18

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1006 Blueprint Reading for Machinists

1.8 CEU’s

Blueprint reading is the universal form of communication in manufacturing plants and machine shops. This course teaches you how to recognize this technical communication used through drawing language and how basic concepts are applied in a manufacturing environment. Learn how to read and interpret blueprints and study different views of an object including dimensioning techniques, tolerance methods, and drawing notes.

Contact hours: 18

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1087 Measurement & Gaging

2.4 CEU’s

Learn how to use basic measuring equipment such as rulers, calipers and micrometers to gage and measure workpieces in our state-of-the-art Inspection Center. Basic plate measurement techniques utilizing gage blocks, height gages and sine bar are also covered.

Contact hours: 24

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1088 Coordinate Measuring Machine

2 CEU’s

Learn how to use a Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) to perform basic part inspection and generate reports. This hands-on class is conducted in our state-of-the-art Inspection Center.

Contact hours: 20

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1116 Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing

1.2 CEU’s

Learn how to interpret and apply the concepts of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing to engineering drawings. Attendees apply the skills learned by completing hands-on exercises.

Contact hours: 12

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1123 Safety in the Shop

1.2 CEU’s

Hazards are everywhere in the shop! Protect yourself and others by practicing safe work habits. This course will show how to reduce your risk.

Contact hours: 12

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1134 Ford Six Sigma DMAIC Overview

0.8 CEU’s

This course covers the basics of Lean Six Sigma and the DMAIC improvement model.

Contact hours: 8

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1160 Fast Track Welding Boot Camp

28 CEU’s

This fast-track program provides the basic training for students who wish to acquire fundamental skills of Stick, MIG and TIG welding technologies in a 280-hour program which will prepare individuals for a career in the welding industry. Upon successful completion in 10 weeks, you will test for the American Welding Society (AWS) MIG, TIG & Stick certifications and if passed, will receive between 1F – 4G AWS Certifications (depending on skill level).

Contact hours: 280

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1161 Customized Shop Math for Forgers

4 CEU’s

Course covers the mathematical calculations encountered on the shop floor in the forging industry.

Contact hours: 40

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1165 Customized Blueprint Reading for Forgers

4 CEU’s

Customized blueprint reading class for Alcoa Forgers.

Contact hours: 40

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1166 Regional 3D/Additive Manufacturing Conference

0.7 CEU’s

It is the goal of the 3D/AM program to promote additive manufacturing technologies and accomplishments in multiple industries. The conference will offer dual track seminars and overview for companies, middle schools, high schools, and higher learning educators who have a vested interest in current and future trends in additive manufacturing. This two day conference is on Thursday June 18 and Friday June 19, 2015 at the Advance Technology Training Center. Thursday there will be a networking, reception, and exhibits display with multiple vendors. Friday will be the conference with a keynote address and then seminars to follow.

Contact hours: 7

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1167 2D Subtractive to 3D/RP/AM Technology & Materials Overview

0.6 CEU’s

Principles of the applications of Additive Manufacturing. Advantages of using Additive Manufacturing over traditional Subtractive Manufacturing processes and materials are studied. Includes equipment technical overview, hands-on printing, lab exercises, and safety. Materials to be provided in class by instructor.

Contact hours: 6

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1168 2D to 3D/AM Materials Overview

0.8 CEU’s

This is an introduction to materials science course. It covers the mechanical, chemical and thermal properties of engineering materials including metals, alloys, ceramics, polymers and composites. Includes materials microstructure, atomic bonding, future of fabrication, atomic arrangement, crystal structure, coexisting phases, interfaces, defects and impurities. Material topics will cover: FDM Stratasys, PBF - Z-corp, 3D Systems, EOS Machines, Renishaw, Photo Reactive Polymer - Formlabs, Object, other 3D systems, and Stereolithography.

Contact hours: 8

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1169 DFAM: Product Design Evolution

1.2 CEU’s

Provides knowledge of the theory of Rapid Prototyping, the enabling critical thinking in new product development, process building, sustainability, future of fabrication, and innovation theories. 3D Additive Manufacturing is a paradigm shift for design in general. Advantages of using Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma are studied. Course material provided.

Contact hours: 12

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1171 3D Scanning, Reverse Engineering, and Inspection for 3D/AM

3 CEU’s

Engineering parts inspection and reverse engineering processes employing 3D printing, scanning, and Coordinate Measuring (CMM technologies.) Emphasis on performing Laser Arm Scanning to generate images for conversion into 2D/3D drawings; using applicable software to produce 3D models or converting scanned images into 2D/3D models; using CMM for parts inspection and generating points cloud for 3D modeling; interfacing generated models with reverse engineering methods. Material will be provided in class.

Contact hours: 30

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1174 3D Rapid Prototyping (One-Offs)

2.4 CEU’s

This course covers some of the more advanced techniques and commands for creating parts and assemblies using GeoMagic Software. Emphasis on more advanced 3D printing and scanning for custom products and rapid prototyping (One-Offs)

Contact hours: 24

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1177 UAW-Ford Industrial Readiness- IRCP1 Shop Math

3.2 CEU’s

Review of basic math

Contact hours: 32

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1178 UAW-Ford Industrial Readiness- IRCP2 Blueprint Reading

3.2 CEU’s

Introduction to Blueprint reading

Contact hours: 32

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1179 UAW-Ford Industrial Readiness- IRCP3 Trade Related Preparation

4.8 CEU’s

Trade-related preparation for industrial career.

Contact hours: 48

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1182 Introduction to Electrical and Electronic

4 CEU’s

Introduction to Electronic and Electrical components.

Contact hours: 40

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1183 Customized Arconic Forger Apprentice Training

8 CEU’s

Customized class for Arconic company Forger Apprentices.

Contact hours: 80

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1184 Customized Hot Forging Inspector

10.4 CEU’s

Customized training program for hot forgers at Arconic Company.

Contact hours: 104

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1185 Customized Applied Math for Arconic

3.6 CEU’s

This course covers the applied mathematics needed layout inspectors at Arconic.

Contact hours: 36

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1186 Customized Blueprint Reading - Arconic Layout Inspector

3.6 CEU’s

This course covers blueprint reading as required by layout inspectors at Arconic.

Contact hours: 36

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1187 Customized Measurement for Arconic Layout Inspectors

3.6 CEU’s

This course covers measurement and gaging techniques required on the job for layout inspection at Arconic

Contact hours: 36

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1188 Customized Basic Computer for Arconic Layout Inspectors

3.6 CEU’s

This course covers the basic computer skills needed for layout inspectors at Arconic.

Contact hours: 36

Not financial aid eligible.

ZAMT-1189 Ford Work Simulation Training

0.8 CEU’s

This is an 8hr noncredit assembly line training course used to help prepare both encumbered as well as new employees to work as engine assembly technicians.

Contact hours: 8

Not financial aid eligible.