Students who complete the program are trained in the most current and relevant technologies, and have valuable real world maintenance experience. In anticipation of the level of success of this new training methodology, companies have requested a tool and die program, delivered in the same fashion.
Ivy Tech also recently announced a new advancing manufacturing training, a non-credit, 140-hour training program that leads to a technical certificate. The advanced manufacturing degree leads to an Associate of Applied Science and offers more extensive training.
Companies who are interested in learning more about how they can partner with Ivy Tech on the 75-hour co-op program should contact Sue Smith, vice president for the Technology and Applied Sciences Division and corporate executive for Advanced Manufacturing, at 812-374-5125.