PROGRAMS AVAILABLE AT INTECH
Hands-on instruction designed to meet entry-level requirements for career opportunities.
You will have knowledge in: Basic electricity, Ohms Law, Meters and Test Instruments, Basic Print Reading
Start working on various machine tools such as mills, conventional lathes, grinders, and their Computer Numerical Control (CNC) counterparts.
Become a certified quality controls specialist or inspector across multiple industries.
The 1,153(2013) low-level job openings in the Inland Empire average $14.09 per hour.
As you advance, there are 491(2013) job openings in the Inland Empire with an average wage of $21.82.
There will be 307 jobs created between 2013 and 2015 in general maintenance and repair workers in the Inland Empire.
Inland Empire Electrical Engineers average $45.58 per hour. Data from the Center of Excellence, Advanced Manufacturing, 2014.