All three components of the AMIST program (mechanical, electrical and PLC) provide training in skills used in advanced manufacturing worksites today, from electrical control circuits to pneumatic and hydraulic troubleshooting to electronic process controls. All three programs also earn college credits that can be applied to an associate's degree.
RACC's AMIST program offers two instructional delivery models to choose from:
- All training, both theory and hands-on, conducted on-site at the Schmidt Training and Technology Center (STTC). Training available whenever lab is open.
- Instructional media accessed over the Internet with instructor support; hands-on skills taught and assessed at the Schmidt Training and Technology Center on current industry equipment. Access to the Internet training site is 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
In both models, instructors with relevant industry experience are available to guide students through the program.