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CAD, CAM, CAE, Computer Security, Computer Programming, Computer Hardware Technician, HVAC Consulting Land Surveying ,Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) ,Sheet metal Manufacturing ,Solar / Wind Power Installation
Mechanical Engineering Basics
This course is designed to teach students the basic calculations for design engineering. Students will be introduced to the equations of statics, basic physics, strength in materials, engineering geometry, machine design and more. The course will contain a review of basic programming, algebra and trigonometry. Additionally, rudimentary skills such as basic hand sketching and engineering units and measurements.
NX Training
Basic Through Advanced NX CAD. These courses will cover everything needed to create models of basic machine parts and assemblies. Students will learn advanced assemblies, expressions language, wave linking, product interface and other high level concepts.
Teamcenter Engineering
Students will emerge from the Teamcenter class with everything needed to perform intermediate product lifecycle management techniques. The class will be taught in the context of NX modeling. Exercises will demonstrate how to manage project data, leverage legacy data, perform searches, and much more.
Business Communication
This course will focus on the written and spoken communication skills necessary to secure and maintain lucrative employment in the high tech private sector. The emphasis will be writing and public speaking for business. The students will gain practical experience pitching a new high-tech idea.

Rapid Workforce Development Training for Veterans

We launched our veterans’ program after realizing that many veterans return from protecting our country unable to translate their military experience into marketable job skills and suffer from high rates of unemployment or underemployment as a result. Although the specialized training veterans receive in military technologies and advanced weapons systems often has little direct commercial application, it does provide the acute mechanical engineering and 3D visualization skills necessary to excel in computer aided design.

By building on existing military-based skill sets we can empower our veterans to enter the civilian technology sector as highly-qualified and competitive candidates.

USTEC classes are high-energy and hands-on

Our program is specifically geared towards veterans, and classes cover design principles and modeling, mechanical engineering equations and geometry, basic programming and much more. Using the concepts taught in each course, students will build design portfolios showcasing their skill set and creative potential.

In addition to technical training, our curriculum includes a business communication seminar focused on written and spoken communication skills to pitch new high-tech ideas and thrive in corporate culture. At the end of our scale-able 10-week program, students graduate with a Certificate in Computer Aided Design.

Our commitment to serving veterans extends beyond the classroom.

In addition to the technical courses we offer, we provide professional guidance, resume services, interview tutorials and negotiation tips for students and graduates seeking employment in the technology sector. Using our relationships with high-tech companies in the Bay Area, we help our students find and apply for jobs in the product development and design community.

Our committed approach provides graduates with the tools they need to establish successful careers in the civilian world.

Veterans have made extraordinary sacrifices to serve, and it is our honor to help them successfully transition into the civilian job economy.