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GHS Adds Advanced Manufacturing Lab to its Curriculum

GREENVILLE – The Advanced Manufacturing Lab at Greenville Senior High School is the newest addition to the Greenville Career Technical Educational Center.

From the 4-3-16 edition of The Early Bird

GREENVILLE – The Advanced Manufacturing Lab at Greenville Senior High School is the newest addition to the Greenville Career Technical Educational Center.

The lab boasts highly technical training equipment including an AC/DC electrical systems trainer, a rotating machines trainer, a motor control systems trainer, a Motoman robotic STEM Cart, a FANUC LRMate robotic CERT cart and conveyor, a FANUC CNC machine, Allen Bradley programmable logic controllers, and Parker hydraulics trainers. These trainers and machines expand the school’s highly successful engineering program to include curriculum based on engineering design, AC/DC electrical systems, machine tools and robotics.

The expansion of the engineering curriculum will greatly benefit students, staff, school and community. Christopher Sykes and. Adam Eberwein, engineering instructors, will train through industry partners to become certified instructors for the Advanced Manufacturing Lab equipment. Sykes and Eberwein’s instructor certificates allow them to prepare and train students to use the equipment in the lab and equipment in current manufacturing facilities around the world.  Students will be able to earn certificates and industry recognized credentials through the engineering program. This will allow students further opportunities in their post-secondary careers. Students may use these credentials to earn entry level manufacturing positions. Students could also continue a manufacturing career pathway through additional adult education training at Greenville High School or other institutes offering adult education......

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