Back by popular demand, a night class will help those in Northern New Hampshire gain highly marketable skills in technical manufacturing. Introduction to Technical Manufacturing will run on Wednesdays, from 5 to 8 p.m., September 13 thorugh December 13. Classes will be held at the Hugh J. Gallen Career and Technical Center in Littleton, N.H. The class, Introduction to Technical Manufacturing, is a collaborative effort between White Mountains Community College (WMCC), Littleton High School, New England Wire, Burndy, Rotobec and Genfoot America. The instructor will be Jeremy Aldrich.
The non-credit course focuses on three areas: AutoCAD Inventor, where students create 3D models and detailed drawings; hierarchical storage management (HSM) computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software, where students learn to generate computer numerical control (CNC) code of machine parts; and using the AutoCAD model to create a 3D prototype.
The course is limited to 16 students and scholarships are available if income eligibility requirement are met.
For more information regarding eligibility or to register, contact Melanie Robbins at the Littleton Academic Center. 603-444-1326.
The course aligns with the misison of WMCC to serve business, industry and other community needs by providing an array of services and programs that bolster community, workforce and economic development.