The Precision Manufacturing Technology program is the first in the State of Texas to earn NIMS accreditation.
The National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) is the nation's only ANSI accredited developer of precision manufacturing skill standards and competency assessments. NIMS certifies an individual skills against standards and accredits programs that meet its quality requirements. NIMS stakeholders represent over 6,000 American companies.
The Precision Manufacturing Certificate program, provides an environment to develop technical skills that are highly marketable to the area's industries. Most of the courses are set up to stimulate actual working environments.
Technical coursework begins in the first semester in order to develop a common skill base for the program. During this first semester the student will learn how to use computers to read and use industrial prints, and gain technical skills.
|Delgado, Antonio (Lab Assistant)||adelgado||956-872-6110||Tech Campus B241|
|Solis, Leslie (Faculty Secretary)||lsolis17||956-872-6258||Tech Campus B241|
|Esmeralda Adame||eadame||956-872-6107||Tech West B241|
|Mario Armando Olivera||molivera||956-488-5831||Tech West B241|
|Edgar Alejandro Turrubiates||eturrub1||956-872-6163||Tech West B241|
|Arthur F Barber||abarber||956-872-6258||Tech West B241|
|Enrique Camarillo||ecamarillo_2655||956-872-6258||Tech West B241|
|Armando Sierra||956-872-6258||Tech West B241|
|Arthur Barbers||956-872-6142||Tech West B241|
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