RAMTEC’s cutting-edge work has been recognized by the Society of Manufacturing Educational Foundation, Ohio Economic Development Association, Governor Kasich, and the Ohio Department of Education.
ROBOTICS & ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
RAMTEC has partnered with real-world manufacturing facilities to identify the needs of industry.
If you are interested in making things and figuring out how things work, this is the program for you.
RAMTEC cares about building the future you see for yourself. Start building today with training developed from industry leaders in an environment where learning by doing is the expectation.
Career training at RAMTEC is more than just preparation for a job; it is a commitment to a career, to a future. Utilizing strategic industry partnerships to ensure the most up-to-date and useful experiences, RAMTEC students build a foundation of in-demand skills and on-the-job understanding that makes them capable, confident and qualified.
The joy of programming robots and getting them to do what you want them to do just made me want to get my engineering degree. I love working with robots; it’s hands-on. It’s exciting to see how my work is going to help the future. I like putting pieces together and having amazing things come from them.”
At RAMTEC/Tri-Rivers I learned about automation and how important and challenging manufacturing tech jobs are. I continued my education in Electrical Engineering at Marion Technical College. I was also part of a co-op program at Honda. They hired me and now I’m a full-time maintenance tech. When it comes to high skilled jobs in manufacturing, your future starts at RAMTEC.
“I came to RAMTEC/Tri-Rivers for the hands-on learning and for all the industrial recognized certifications I’ll earn.”
Engineering was the perfect program for me. I got lots of hands-on training and participated in the National Vex Robotics competition.
RAMTEC will give me a competitive edge going into any workforce or college. Instead of a company having to train me, I already have the skills. I want to get a 4-year college degree and then get a job making close to that $100,000 figure.”