Advanced Manufacturing Classes

Basic Programmable Logic Controls (PLC)

In Basic PLCs, learn basic logic operations, the creation of a PLC program, design of complex logic operations, storage function applications, implementation of program flow control, analog processing, and how to solve complex text assignments. This is the second of three classes in the SCC Automated Technology Certificate program.

Prerequisites: Basic electronics or basic knowledge of control engineering (basic logical operations, flip-flops, timers, counters, process control, function plans). Basic knowledge of programming with RSLogix 5000 Rockwell Programming Software.

Sandhills Hoke Center
Instructor: Stephen Fisk
Mod 6
$185
CEU: 9.6
Course ID: 2445
Apr 2-Aug 1
MW
6-9pm

Certified Production (CPT) Technician

Designed to train students for high-paying, in-demand jobs in advanced manufacturing, CPT is endorsed as a quality training program for entry-level employment by Unilever HPC and ITG Burlington in Raeford and Coty, Inc. in Sanford. Students learn manufacturing production systems and minor manufacturing equipment maintenance and repair as specified by the Manufacturing Skills Standards Council. Students prepare to complete four MSSC certifications: Safety, Quality Practices and Measurement, Manufacturing Processes and Production, and Maintenance Awareness leading to the comprehensive CPT credential.

Sandhills Hoke Center
Instructor: TBA
101 Johnson Hall
$185 + MSSC certification fees + text
CEU: 17.1
Course ID: 3438
Mar 5-Sept 26
MW
6-9pm

Level 2

Designed to provide students with the necessary foundation content to understanding working with mechanical power transmissions. Topics covered range from reading blueprints, industrial mathematics to linear motion, drilling speed calculations and more. Topics are to be instructor led with hands-on demonstrations and troubleshooting performed by the student. Upon successful completion, students should be able to identify and apply learning to all fundamental content and demonstrate safe proper maintenance and troubleshooting procedures in those areas.

Hoke Campus

Instructor: Dan Alexander
Mod. 6 & 7
$185+text
CEU: 11.2

Course ID: 2455
Jan 9-Aug 7
T
10am-2pm

Course ID: 2456
Jan 9-Aug 7
T
4-8pm

Level 3

This course introduces the types, functions, and operations of packaging machinery. Topics include filling, labeling, capping, carton forming, conveying, wrapping, and other related topics. Upon successful completion, students should be able to effectively communicate with technicians and engineers on the terms, actions, concepts, and components of packaging machinery. Students will learn about gear drives, hydraulics, pneumatics, pumps and piping, and power transmission accessories preparing them for well paying positions in advanced manufacturing.

Hoke Campus
$185+text
Instructor: Dan Alexander
Mod. 6 & 7
CEU: 8.8

Course ID: 2452
Jan 11-June 21
TH
10am-2pm

Course ID: 2453
Jan 11-June 21
TH
4-8pm

Instructor: James Marks
107 Johnson
CEU 11.1
Course ID: 2448
Jan 8-May 21
MW
6-9pm