Ohio has a rich history in manufacturing. And we believe manufacturing will be a significant part of our future as well, said Tri-Rivers Superintendent Chuck Speelman. “It will be advanced manufacturing involving the use of robotics, computer-aided machinery, and technology to improve products and processes.” Read more
“We are attempting to move at the speed of business.” That’s what Tri-Rivers Superintendent Chuck Speelman told the group of educational and industrial representatives gathered at Tri-Rivers in April.
This group met to discuss the need for skills training and the creation of the Robotics & Advanced Manufacturing Technology Education Collaborative (RAMTEC), which will be located at Tri-Rivers. Read more
Tri-Rivers broke ground Tuesday, October 9, 2012 for the RAMTEC robotics training center located at the northwest corner of the Career Center campus. Construction is expected to take 14 weeks. Jim Trafzer Excavation began the work of clearing the topsoil as business, government and educational representatives gathered for the ceremony.
The following are quotes from a few of our educational partners — Tri-Rivers Superintendent Chuck Speelman; Dave Wagner, Dean of Engineering, Marion Technical College; and Dr. Greg Rose, Dean & Director, The Ohio State University at Marion.
Through an innovative collaboration between Tri-Rivers Career Center, Marion Technical College and The Ohio State University at Marion, north central Ohio has an opportunity to provide a continuum of robotics and engineering education and training.
Educational and industrial representatives spoke to a group of more than 100 during a luncheon, Monday, April 9 at the Career Center about the need for skills training and the robotics and advanced manufacturing center which will be located at Tri-Rivers.