Engineering

Mechanical, Electrical, and Civil Engineering

Ariens – Introduction to Lean Manufacturing

This simulation demonstrates the advantages of Lean Manufacturing tools and techniques over traditional production methods, by utilizing continuous improvement. The simulation consists of five different phases. By working through the five phases, participants can see the power of the tools to create a safer workplace, eliminate waste, maximize throughput, minimize losses, minimize inventory, improve productivity, and improve quality.

Hill AFB – Civilian Careers

We only hire one type of person. The best! To be the most powerful air force on the planet takes more than the world’s most advanced aircraft and human nerves of steel. It takes excellence in every working task. As an Air Force civilian, you will only become better as you work shoulder to shoulder with Airmen and other civilians—who define dedication, professionalism, and focus in all they do. Wherever your passion lies you will have the chance to make an impact on the world, working with a team like no other.

Nellis AFB – Enlisted Careers

Realize your potential, find your strengths and as you can pursue up to 200 career pathway in the U.S. Air Force. The Air Force offers university, college and technical training education opportunities designed to set you up for success in life and bring out the greatest potential in every Airmen.

Gateway Technical College – Robotics

Advanced manufacturing technicians set up, test, and calibrate manufacturing machinery or equipment using any combination of electrical, electronic, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and computer technologies. They require skills in automation of manufacturing systems/mechatronics, robotics, industrial control systems, and the Internet of Things. Graduates of this program will be prepared for careers including advanced manufacturing technician, mechanical technician, mechatronics technician, maintenance process technician, electrical service technician, quality services, and more.

Ariens – Introduction to Lean Manufacturing

This simulation demonstrates the advantages of Lean Manufacturing tools and techniques over traditional production methods, by utilizing continuous improvement. The simulation consists of five different phases. By working through the five phases, participants can see the power of the tools to create a safer workplace, eliminate waste, maximize throughput, minimize losses, minimize inventory, improve productivity, and improve quality.

Nellis AFB – Enlisted Careers

Realize your potential, find your strengths and as you can pursue up to 200 career pathway in the U.S. Air Force. The Air Force offers university, college and technical training education opportunities designed to set you up for success in life and bring out the greatest potential in every Airmen.

Gateway Technical College – Robotics

Advanced manufacturing technicians set up, test, and calibrate manufacturing machinery or equipment using any combination of electrical, electronic, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and computer technologies. They require skills in automation of manufacturing systems/mechatronics, robotics, industrial control systems, and the Internet of Things. Graduates of this program will be prepared for careers including advanced manufacturing technician, mechanical technician, mechatronics technician, maintenance process technician, electrical service technician, quality services, and more.

Hill AFB – Civilian Careers

We only hire one type of person. The best! To be the most powerful air force on the planet takes more than the world’s most advanced aircraft and human nerves of steel. It takes excellence in every working task. As an Air Force civilian, you will only become better as you work shoulder to shoulder with Airmen and other civilians—who define dedication, professionalism, and focus in all they do. Wherever your passion lies you will have the chance to make an impact on the world, working with a team like no other.