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Manufacturing & Trades

FULL-TIME CAREER PROGRAMS

High school or adult students seeking career and technical training half day or all day.

STEPS TO APPLY

Contact a career counselor after receiving a confirmation email.

CONTACT A CAREER COUNSELOR AFTER RECEIVING A CONFIRMATION EMAIL.

A career counselor will advise enrollment options.

A CAREER COUNSELOR WILL ADVISE ENROLLMENT OPTIONS.

WHERE TO APPLY

STOP BY AUTRY TECHNOLOGY CENTER 1201 W. WILLOW ROAD ENID, OK 73703

STOP BY
AUTRY TECHNOLOGY CENTER

1201 W. WILLOW ROAD
ENID, OK 73703

COUNSELORS ARE AVAILABLE TO HELP PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS EXPLORE CAREER CHOICES. STOP BY OR CALL 580.242.2750 TO DISCUSS OPPORTUNITIES.

COUNSELORS ARE
AVAILABLE TO HELP PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS EXPLORE CAREER CHOICES.

STOP BY OR CALL 580.242.2750
TO DISCUSS OPPORTUNITIES.

SHORT-TERM COURSES

Individuals seeking career or personal growth as well as employers investing in the advancement of their workforce.

Class Course Description (Class) Last Class Date Actual Start Date/Time Hours Per Meeting Sunday? Monday? Tuesday? Wednesday? Thursday? Friday? Saturday? In District Cost Out of District Cost Training On Demand Content URL Session Format
Autry Teen Tech Academy - Bring your design to life in the exciting world of robotics! Design, build and program your own LEGO robot to complete simple tasks, solve real-world challenges and compete in classroom competitions. We will also explore Computer-Aided Drafting and test your skills on the 3D printer. Don’t miss this week of hands-on fun!
This class is designed to update you on the significant changes to the National Electrical Code. Students will need to bring a photo ID, electrical license and current code book.
This class is designed to update you on the significant changes to the National Electrical Code. Students will need to bring a photo ID, electrical license and current code book.
After this course you will know the difference between a traditional robot, and a cobot. • Intro to UR • Intro to Cobots • Our Products • Applications • UR+ • Training Options You will be ready to make a decision on where cobots / robots may fit into your company. John Leak is the Channel Development Manager for Universal Robots, covering Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Arkansas. He is a life-long Texan, currently living in Dallas. After graduating from the University of Texas, he has spent the last decade working in the manufacturing environment in various commercial and sales roles. John joined the Universal Robots team at the beginning of 2018 where he works to empower our customers and partners to improve their businesses and strengthen American manufacturing.
This webinar on Lean Robotics will be presented by Robotiq and will cover Industrial Automation and the return on Investment. Topics include: • Introduction to Lean Robotics Principles • Why Should you use Cobots in the workplace • How to implement Cobots into the workplace • Examples and Questions Josh Davis is a sales professional at Robotiq, covering the Western United States. Based out of the Bay Area, Josh has helped numerous fortune 500 companies deploy collaborative robots effectively and efficiently such as Google, Apple, TTM Technologies, and Continental. Josh has toured hundreds of facilities around the country and has found a passion in helping end users discover the importance of deploying automation. He has worked in the robotic industry for the past 4 years and continues to grow his knowledge and expertise in the field.
This course is the first step in learning to weld. The program is designed to teach the basics of oxyacetylene cutting with a focus on arc welding. You will learn to set up machines and equipment, shear, bend and assemble metal projects. MIG welding available upon request.
This one day workshop is an excellent way to brush up on your skills for the wire welding process. This course is designed to give students the knowledge and confidence needed to improve their welding skills. Please wear a long sleeve cotton shirt (or welding jacket) and steel toed boots. Bring: welding helmet, welding gloves, safety glasses, needle nose pliers (to cut welding wire) and tape measure.