Training at Its Finest

Given the true-to-life flow cell environment, industry-backed curriculum, key partners, and top-of-the-line resources, it is little surprise that the Integrated Machining Technology program at IALR’s Gene Haas Center has received national acclaim. Noted by two governors and countless other localities as an outstanding model, the program even drew the attention of the Haas Technical Education Center (HTEC) Americas CNC Educators Conference, helping seal the win of the location bid for the 2018 event.

For those individuals who have completed a two-year precision machining program or who have equivalent work experience, the Integrated Machining Technology program takes advanced machining skills training and knowledge to the next level. Not only are the classes set in a flow cell environment with hands-on application, but they also are run by experts who ensure training matches industry’s needs. Jeremiah Williams, Director of Integrated Machine Technology, fills one of only 15 seats on the national HTEC Council for the 2018-2019 term.

Students who want to add the following courses and skills to their resume will appreciate the competitive edge they gain after completion of the seven-month program, which often results in leadership positions within industry.

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Director of Integrated Machining Technology

Jeremiah Williams

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IMT Courses

  • Introduction to Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma (including Yellow Belt certification)
  • Industrial Leadership and Career Development
  • Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Grinding
  • Introduction to Electric Discharge Machining (EDM)
  • Advanced Tooling Applications
  • Advanced Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) Modeling and Simulation
  • Advanced Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) Operation and Programming
  • Machining Flow Cell IT Integration
  • Introduction to Supply Chain Strategies for Industry
  • Multi-axis Machine Tool Set-up, Programming and Operation
  • Precision Machining Flow Cell Capstone
  • Tool Inspection, Validation and Presetting

Scholarships

Thanks to valuable partnerships, many students have received significant scholarships to aid their journey to completion of the program and entry into a successful career. For more information, contact the Danville Community College Educational Foundation at 434.797.8495

To Enter the Program

For more information about the program, please contact Jeremiah Williams, Director of Integrated Machining Technology, at (434) 766-6762 or jewilliams@dcc.vccs.edu. To register for a course, call Danville Community College at (800) 560-4291.

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