The machinist Technology Program at the Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advance Flexible Manufacturing (RCBI) is an industry-driven, hands on program that prepared individuals to meet the rigorous demands of the manufacturing sector. An element of the RCBI program enables students to earn a certificate degree in Technical Studies by completing additional course work through Mountwest Community & Technical College.
Participants in the Machinist Technology Program receive technical skills training to work in industrial machining. Course work includes manual machine operation and technical support, introductory CNC (computer-numerical-control) machine operation and technical support, oral communications and organizational skills, mathematics for machinists, and safety issues.
Working closely with an 11-member industry-based advisory board, RCBI designed the program’s core technical components so they met the manufacturing sector’s needs.
Comprehensive full- and part-time programs are available, thus enabling current workforce members to improve their technical skills and develop professionally while helping their employers become more competitive.
REQUIRED COURSES for the Academic Year 2014-20151,2
|MAT 135||Math for Machinist Technology3||3|
|MT 105||Industrial Safety||2|
|MT 121||Introduction to Machinery4||4|
|MT 200||Blueprint Reading||3|
|MT 205||Precision Management||3|
|MT 215||Metalworking Theory||10|
1 All courses are at Robert C Byrd Institute, locate at 1050 4th Avenue, Huntington, WV.
2 Course work may be applied toward AAS in Machinist/CN Technology.
3 MAT 135 has a prerequisite of MAT 096, MAT 097, or placement in 100-level mathematics.
4 MT 121 is by permission only.
5 Choose from COM 112, COM 125, or ENL 231.
6 Recommend MT 215 Metalworking Theory & Application.
|**Click here for the 2014-2015 Advising Sheet**|