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SC’s Competitive

EDGE:

Advanced Manufacturing

Officially opened in Fall 2015,

Central Carolina

Technical College’s (CCTC)

Advanced Manufacturing

Technology Training Center (AMTTC) is a 90,808

square-foot, state-of-the-art industrial training and

education center. This training facility houses

classes in Mechatronics Technology, Engineering

Graphics Technology, and Machining and CNC

Technology. In addition, the AMTTC contains a suite

for Continental Tire, a simulated work environment in

lean manufacturing for Caterpillar and readySC

. As

an integral part of the SC Technical College System,

readySC works together with CCTC to partner with

industries considering a relocation or expansion in the

local area.

In both classroom and lab settings, the AMTTC offers

the most advanced technology, training and equipment

available. Students learn from experienced professionals

who refine problem-solving skills and promote critical

thinking using real-world projects. Through local

industry apprenticeships, partnerships and on-site labs,

students receive the hands-on training that is necessary

for job placement.

For the 2014–2015 school year, the average job

placement rate for AMTTC programs was 91 percent.

Companies who employee AMTTC program graduates

include: APEX, Builders First Source, Caterpillar,

Color-Fi, Continental Tire, Eaton, Kaydon, Mancor,

Nucor and Suominen.

Learn more about CCTC and its Advanced Manufacturing

Technology Training Center at:

www.cctech.edu

Local Training. Global Industries.