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Advanced skills for advanced manufacturing.

Whether keeping pace on production lines or keeping equipment performing at peak levels, today’s global manufacturing teams must meet an ever-higher standard of technological knowledge and skills. Helping them meet and exceed that standard is OSU’s Institute of Technology (OSUIT).

A critical advanced manufacturing training resource for Northeast Oklahoma, OSUIT offers college-accredited courses that lead to an Associate of Applied Science degree through classes featuring low student-to-teacher ratios. OSUIT also provides custom training for industry employers across a range of areas, from ISO standards to Geometric Machining and Tolerance, from soft skills to root cause analyses.

At the OSUIT campus located inside MidAmerica, the 12,500-sq.-ft. training facility is equipped with state-of-the-art technology mirroring that used by industry, so that students are able to enhance their skills through theory, hands-on learning and real world application. The Center also provides both furnished and unfinished space for seminars, meetings and gatherings.

OSUIT’s services and courses include:

  • Testing and assessment programs, including
  • CLEP and WorkKeys.
  • Leadership and management courses for
    entry-level to mid-level managers.
  • Courses in:
    • Electrical and Electronic Technology
    • Engineering Graphics/Design Drafting
    • Manufacturing Technologies

Visit http://maip.osuit.edu/ for more information on OSUIT.

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