A career in composites manufacturing can mean playing an integral part in creating many significant tools and innovations. There are many aspects to producing composite materials and products. The process involves engineering and design, tooling design and fabrication, process development, manufacturing, quality control and project management.
Advanced manufacturing is part of the state’s largest industry sector, making up 19% of New Hampshire’s economy. The economic impact of jobs in advanced manufacturing far exceeds that of jobs in other industries. This program prepares participants with skills and knowledge required for jobs in the high growth fields of composites manufacturing and aerospace.
The Technical Studies Associate in Science degree is designed as an individualized program of study in an area not otherwise offered at the College. Students from recognized apprenticeship programs or students with recognized, technical specialties may complete the Associate degree in Technical Studies. Students with industry training equivalent in hours to 24 credits and documented by certification exams may receive credit for the Technical Specialty core.
Composites Training for Manufacturing Professionals
Are you working or would you like to work in design and manufacturing of advanced composite structures? This program is intended for both newcomers and experienced engineers and other manufacturing professionals who want to increase their knowledge and skills in advanced composite materials, processes, methods and techniques. The labs are equipped with the high level technology, equipment and tools you will find in advanced manufacturing facilities. Each course includes theory with plenty of hands-on experience that promotes learning, doing and retention. Learn More