PCC OMIC Training Center – Mechatronics Program
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PCC OMIC Training Center is developing a Mechatronics program to be delivered in the Fall. This training will be a non-credit program aimed at upskilling your technician workforce. As they are finalizing this program over the next few weeks, they are looking for your partnership and support in these three areas:

Class & Certificate Offering 

Your feedback on the class and certificate offering (page 3 ), the Fall 2021 classes (page 4), and the class content (pages 5-15).


Instructional Support

We feel that instructors from our industry partners would strengthen the program. This benefits from delivering courses taught for industry, by industry professionals.

PCC faculty will be guiding to assist with curriculum development, equipment design, and course delivery for these paid opportunities. Our first term focuses on these courses: DC Voltage Systems, Safety, Basic PLCs. Please let us know if this is of interest to you or if you know of another industry partner that could be interested.

Those interested in providing feedback and connecting on the program can reach out to François Wevers, OMIC Industry Outreach & Training Coordinator at the Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center

(360)609-9281 – francois.wevers@pcc.edu


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