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LBCC Industrial Programs
Do you like working with your hands while using your brains? Do you like to problem solve? Learn skills that are in demand in today's manufacturing and industry through training in LBCC industrial programs.
In just two years or less, you can get the technical training and career preparation you need to land a good job in today’s high-tech industrial and manufacturing settings.
“If you like working with your hands and making stuff work, or working with robotics, the Mechatronics program is a good choice," says LBCC Mechatronics graduate Kalvin Guilford. "You’ll learn how to make cool stuff happen. Working on the solar panel project, we had to overcome issues with lubrication and programming. In Mechatronics, we learned a lot of troubleshooting skills which helped us, and our basic programming and logic control class helped us to control the system.”
What is industry looking for in employees today?
Business and industry are looking for skilled workers. Employers what to know what you can do well. Training to become a skilled craftsperson or technician is highly valued in today’s job market. Learning hand-on skills and perfecting what you’re good at is valuable to employers.
Jobs such as machinists, welders and fabricators, industrial maintenance technicians, and engineering are in demand, both locally and nationally. LBCC’s industrial programs can help you learn these skills to help you find a good paying job in a stable career.
These hands-on jobs require good critical thinking, problem solving and communications skills, and the ability to work in today's computer-driven manufacturing and industrial environments.
Contacts: Industrial & Engineering Programs
Dave Mack, Mechatronics
Industrial B building-120
Fred Stuewe, Welding and Fabrication Technology
Industrial A building
John Niedermann, Machine Tool Technology
Industrial B building
Perry Carmichael, Drafting & Engineering Graphics Technology
Industrial A building