The Manufacturing & Robotics pathway provides students with real-world skills in the growing fields of manufacturing technology, engineering, and automation.
Students will have hands-on experience through project-based work. This will prepare students for emerging and advanced career opportunities in the fields of engineering and manufacturing technology. Students can explore several high-wage, high-skill career-based courses focused on the principles of engineering, robotics, design-based thinking, manufacturing, welding, and transportation technology. Courses integrate rigorous mathematics and science academic standards with hands-on contextual learning.
Introduces students to mechanical concepts like structural design, weight distribution, drivetrains, fastening, speed and torque.
Switch Lab EV instructor training. Mr Densham & Mr Johnson will be bringing this technology and training along with a vehicle to build for our advanced engineering department students. The is Day One of a week long build the vehicle training. #switchlab, #fallbrookpursuingexcellence,Instagram