Coordinators:  Sam Hale        Wyatt Dube                                                                  
Program Specialist:  Garry Grafton
For Registration Requests Email: AMI@polk.edu 

Polk State College’s Advanced Manufacturing Institute (AMI) provides manufacturers with access to state of the art technology, affordable workforce development, and innovative training solutions for hurdles met in today’s market-driven economy.  Polk State AMI is home to the award winning Mosaic EIA (Electrical, Instrumentation, and Automation) and Mechanic/Millwright Apprenticeship Programs, facilitating the success of over 150 graduates since 2007. AMI strives to help the manufacturer in closing their skill-set gap by further developing employee’s abilities, utilizing cost and time efficient instructional methods in classes such as:

Industrial Instrumentation Courses
AMI offers the only training of this kind, at this scale, in the state of Florida. We have courses in Instrumentation Fundamentals, Leveling 1 & 2, Flow 1 & 2, Pressure/ Temperature Calibration, Liquid Analysis, and several other specialty classes, all utilizing classroom theory and hands-on training with the college’s Process Training Unit (PTU). These courses are ideal for individuals interested in the fields of applied, technical, or industrial metrology.
2017 Instrumentation schedule
Instrumentation Course Breakdown

Introducing a fast and free way to help students or managers select the proper TriNova Technical Training.
Phase 1: Online Placement Exam
http://www.trinovainc.com/ite.html
Cost- Free
Duration – 30 Minutes
Results – Class Placement Report
Delivery of Results – Within two business days

Process Control & Automation
AMI has a unique relationship with Rockwell Automation that enables the college to offer training on all of the newest versions of available automation software, taught by instructors that have years of experience in the industry. The Advanced Manufacturing Institute has recently began offering all of the ControlLogix courses necessary for individuals to complete and become eligible  to sit for the corresponding ControlLogix Certificate assessment test. AMI also offers a 4 day basic PLC course that gives the students an opportunity to earn a nationally recognized certification.
Entry Level- Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)
Process Control & Automation Course Breakdown

Electrical Maintenance Courses
The school offers a variety of Electrical courses tailored for incumbent workers and the growth of their technical maintenance and troubleshooting skills.

Mechanical Maintenance Courses
The school offers a variety of Mechanical courses tailored for incumbent workers and the growth of their technical maintenance and troubleshooting skills.
Precision Maintenance Course

Industry Certification Programs
Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) – Certified Production Technician (CPT)
Mechatronics – Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) 1 (PMMI Certification)
Mechatronics – Industrial Electricity & Troubleshooting 1 (PMMI Certification)
Mechatronics – Mechanical Components & Troubleshooting 1 (PMMI Certification)
Mechatronics – Fluid Power 1 (PMMI Certification)
Certified Maintenance & Reliability Technician (CMRT)

Customized Courses / Programs
In addition to the courses AMI has available for open enrollment, the institute also offers programs that incorporate multiple industry competencies to assist companies in their cross-training efforts.  Companies that have specific needs can choose from our list of Electrical and Mechanical maintenance courses to design a customized training package that accurately addresses the needs of the company.
Automated Systems Troubleshooting
Electrical Course Options
Mechanical Course Options

For Registration Requests Email: AMI@polk.edu 

Please note:  A two week cancellation policy is in effect for all AMI open enrollment courses.

 

 

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Here at Polk State Corporate College AMI, we are your company’s first step to a more knowledgeable, well-trained staff, with up-to-date skills that can address today’s complicated manufacturing needs.