Aerospace Manufacturing

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Our Associate Degree program in Aerospace Manufacturing prepares and qualifies graduates to manufacture mechanical and electrical components, subassemblies for these aircraft and most other modern aircraft. Djagora University worked with the aerospace industry to develop a curriculum that includes: Aircraft Composites, Aircraft Electrical and Electronic Systems, Blueprint Reading, Fasteners and Statistical Process Control.  Other coursework includes: Introduction to Environmental Safety and Health, Shop Practices – Aerospace Manufacturing and Technical Algebra and Trigonometry.

Djagora University offers both day and evening schedules as well online classes to fulfill the needs of your busy lifestyle. This flexibility for the student is to meet the industry’s demand for individuals with these basic manufacturing skills in Aerospace Manufacturing.


CNC PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN | Certificate

Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) production technicians create products from metals and plastics that are used in medical devices, automobiles, aircraft, buildings, and many other commercial products.

Working across a wide range of industries CNC production technicians operate, setup and program computer controlled machinery. They are responsible for the quality of the products they produce and they are key members of the manufacturing team.

The manufacturing industry demand for skills CNC production technicians is always strong and most employers offer great salary and benefit packages.

The CNC Training Program is a 12 to 24 weeks program that combines competency-based, simulation-rich online learning with optional hands-on education.

You learn:

  • Attention to Detail
  • Conceptualization
  • 
Controls and Instrumentation
  • Inventory Control
  • 
Process Improvement
  • Supply Management
  • Tooling
  • Verbal Communication

NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING (NDT) INDUSTRIES


  • Aerospace
  • Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services
  • Building Equipment
  • Commercial and Industrial Machinery Repair and Maintenance
  • Hardware Manufacturing
  • Industrial Machinery

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Just ask our graduates employed at over 100 U.S. manufacturing companies including, Bombardier, Cessna and HondaJet. They’ll tell you that our programs and partner 180 Skills gets the job done.


AEROSPACE ELECTRICAL ASSEMBLY TECH | Certificate

Today’s aircraft are highly complex machines with hundreds of electronic components and miles of wiring. Aerospace Electrical Assembly Techs ensure the electronic systems on modern aircraft operate at peak performance.

They prepare wiring layouts, select and install a wide range of electrical components, perform scheduled maintenance and complete inspections. Repairing, diagnosing and assembling the electronic components, they play a crucial role in ensuring worry-free flight.

Aerospace Electrical Assembly Techs work in one of fastest growing industries in the United States where production is increasing and job demand is high.

The Aerospace Electrical Assembly Tech Training Program is a 12 to 24 weeks program that combines competency-based, simulation-rich online learning with hands-on education.

You learn:

  • Product development
  • Math skills
  • Safety skills
  • Environmental awareness
  • Team building
  • Communication skills
  • Quality assurance skills
  • Electrical assembly
  • Wire installation, Cabling

AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES

  • Air Transport
  • Aircraft & Parts Manufacturing
  • Guided Missiles, Space Vehicles & Parts
  • Satellite Communications
  • Search, Detection and Navigation Guidance
  • Space Research & Technology

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Just ask our graduates employed at over 100 U.S. manufacturing companies including, Bombardier, Cessna and Honda Jet. They’ll tell you that our partner 180 Skills gets the job done.


AEROSPACE QUALITY ASSURANCE TECH | Certificate

Aerospace Quality Assurance Techs prevent defects in aircraft and aerospace equipment. By ensuring that all components work as intended, they build products we can trust with our lives.

Also known as quality control inspectors, Aerospace Quality Assurance Techs use measuring devices and testing equipment to evaluate the quality of manufacturing processes, parts and instruments. Their work is critical in preventing the failure of key parts of new aircraft, spacecraft, or missiles.

Aerospace Quality Techs work in one of fastest growing industries in the United States where job demand is high.

The Aerospace Quality Assurance Tech Training Program is a 12 to 24 weeks program that combines competency-based, simulation-rich online learning with hands-on education.

You learn:

  • Product development
  • Math skills
  • Safety skills
  • Environmental awareness
  • Team building
  • Communication skills
  • Quality assurance skills
  • Aerospace manufacturing
  • Aircraft structures
  • Technical writing

AEROSPACE QUALITY TECHNICIAN INDUSTRIES

  • Air Transport
  • Aircraft & Parts Manufacturing
  • Guided Missiles, Space Vehicles & Parts
  • Satellite Communications
  • Search, Detection and Navigation Guidance
  • Space Research & Technology

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Just ask our graduates employed at over 100 U.S. manufacturing companies including, Bombardier, Cessna and Honda Jet. They’ll tell you that our partner 180 Skills gets the job done.


SOAR AS AN AEROSPACE STRUCTURES ASSEMBLY TECH | Certificate

Aerospace Structures Assembly Techs operate and maintain the equipment used to test new aircraft and spacecraft. Because of their work, the rest of us can fly safely.

Some work for manufacturers. Others work for airlines or aviation service companies. Wherever you find them, they work to create high-quality, high-performance products that we can trust with our lives.

The demand for skilled Aerospace Structures Assembly Techs is high, with job opportunities available across the United States.

The Aerospace Structures Assembly Tech Training Program is a 12 to 24 weeks program that combines competency-based, simulation-rich online learning with hands-on education.

You learn:

  • Product development
  • Math skills
  • Safety skills
  • Environmental awareness
  • Team building
  • Communication skills
  • Quality assurance skills
  • Aerospace manufacturing
  • Aircraft systems
  • Assembly

AEROSPACE STRUCTURES TECHNICIAN INDUSTRIES

  • Air Transport
  • Aircraft & Parts Manufacturing
  • Guided Missiles, Space Vehicles & Parts
  • Satellite Communications
  • Search, Detection and Navigation Guidance
  • Space Research & Technology

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Just ask our graduates employed at over 100 U.S. manufacturing companies including, Bombardier, Cessna and Honda Jet. They’ll tell you that our programs and partner 180 Skills gets the job done.


AEROSPACE TOOLMAKER| Certificate

Aerospace Toolmakers are highly skilled machinists that are essential to the industry’s production process. Whether they’re performing preventive maintenance, setting up the production line or building new machine fixtures, they work with an outstanding combination of pride and precision.

The aerospace industry predicts a growing need for qualified toolmakers over the next few years as production programs grow and current skilled workers retire.

The Aerospace Toolmaker training program prepares individuals for apprenticeship positions in one of the fastest growing industries in the United States. The 12 to 24 weeks program combines competency-based, simulation-rich online learning with hands-on education.

You learn:

  • Product development
  • Math skills
  • Safety skills
  • Environmental awareness
  • Team building
  • Communication skills
  • Quality assurance skills
  • Aerospace manufacturing
  • Blueprint reading
  • Tooling

AEROSPACE TOOLMAKER INDUSTRIES

  • Air Transport
  • Aircraft & Parts Manufacturing
  • Guided Missiles, Space Vehicles & Parts
  • Satellite Communications
  • Search, Detection and Navigation Guidance
  • Space Research & Technology

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Just ask our graduates employed at over 100 U.S. manufacturing companies including, Bombardier, Cessna and HondaJet. They’ll tell you that our programs and partner 180 Skills gets the job done.


MECHATRONICS TECH | Certificate

Mechatronics is where mechanical, electronic; control, and software engineering converge.

Working in the field of industrial automation, Mechatronics Techs make everything from computer hard drives and robotic assembly systems to washing machines, coffee makers, and medical devices.

The demand for Mechatronics Techs is high. Employers across the country need talented, trained professionals that can integrate electronics and controls into modern mechanical systems.

The Mechatronics Tech Training Program is a 12 to 24 weeks program that combines competency-based, simulation-rich online learning with hands-on education.

You learn:

  • Product development
  • Math skills
  • Safety skills
  • Environmental awareness
  • Team building
  • Communication skills
  • Quality assurance skills
  • Pneumatics
  • Automation
  • Electrical systems

MECHATRONICS INDUSTRIES

  • Automotive
  • Aerospace
  • Consumer Products
  • Defense
  • Manufacturing
  • Materials Processing
  • Medical
  • Xerography

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Just ask our graduates employed at over 100 U.S. manufacturing companies including, Bombardier, Cessna and HondaJet. They’ll tell you that our programs and partner 180 Skills gets the job done.


NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING TECH| Certificate

Nondestructive Testing (NDT) Techs test the functionality and performance of objects in ways that won’t affect the objects’ usefulness. Using both automated and manual techniques, they identify errors or defects in equipment.

Working across a wide range of industries, they test engines and mechanical components, storage or transport vessels, and major structures like bridges or tunnels. NDT work is often done in the field. It’s also used in production plants and laboratories as part of a quality system.

Since 2011, full-time employment among NDT professionals has grown by 7%. The competition for experienced NDT professionals has also led to higher salaries and stronger benefits.

The NDT Training Program is a 12 to 24 weeks program that combines competency-based, simulation-rich online learning with hands-on education.

You learn:

  • Product development
  • Math skills
  • Safety skills
  • Environmental awareness
  • Team building
  • Communication skills
  • Quality assurance skills
  • NDE processes
  • Material properties
  • Testing

NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING (NDT) INDUSTRIES

  • Aerospace
  • Construction
  • Defense
  • Petrochemical
  • Power and Utilities
  • Shipbuilding
  • Steel Manufacturing

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Just ask our graduates employed at over 100 U.S. manufacturing companies including, Bombardier, Cessna and HondaJet. They’ll tell you that our programs and partner 180 Skills gets the job done.


A QUALITY ASSURANCE TECH | Certificate

When products like cell phones, computers or calculators leave the factory, it’s the Quality Assurance Tech that makes sure they work. Also known as inspectors or testers, Quality Assurance Techs work on a wide range of challenging projects across multiple industries.

Critical to the success of any product development team, they make a difference. Quality Assurance Techs reduce the cost of development. They decrease maintenance expenses. They increase customer safety and satisfaction.

Job opportunities for Quality Assurance Techs are plentiful. Individuals with advanced skills, such as training in Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma are especially in demand.

The Quality Assurance Tech Training Program is a 12 to 24 weeks program that combines competency-based, simulation-rich online learning with hands-on education.

You learn:

  • Product development
  • Math skills
  • Safety skills
  • Environmental awareness
  • Team building
  • Communication skills
  • Quality assurance skills
  • Six Sigma
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Documentation

QUALITY ASSURANCE INDUSTRIES

Quality Assurance Techs were employed in about 464,300 jobs in 2012. Two-thirds worked in manufacturing across a wide variety of industries.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Just ask our graduates employed at over 100 U.S. manufacturing companies including, Bombardier, Cessna and HondaJet. They’ll tell you that our programs and partner 180 Skills gets the job done.

For more information contact:

Dr. Mahamouda Salouhou

Djagora University

CITE TELECOM OUEST FOIRE VILLA N°28; Dakar, SENEGAL

BP: 64684 DAKAR FANN SENEGAL

Tel: +221 33 864 29 64

Mobile: +221 781052916

International: +33 6 65 52 70 69

USA: +1 (206) 429-5067

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