Tech & Industry Day

 

Trade & Industry Day
November 17, 2016

Trade & Industry Day 2016

Trade and Industry is one of the fastest growing fields in today's professional world. CSI has created this day to give students an opportunity to experience firsthand what we have to offer in our technical programs. Students will meet the instructors and see the labs for programs including Welding, Cabinet Making, Drafting, Automotive, Collision Repair, Diesel Technology, Renewable Energy Systems Technology, Automation Engineering, Food Processing and Manufacturing Technology. Participants will also learn of the application process for their program of interest and will have hands on activities with current program students in their program labs.

This program is for Juniors and Seniors! Space is limited to the first 120 participants to register. To register for this program click the Register Now button below.

For any questions please contact Office of Admissions at 208-732-6221 or email us at admissions@csi.edu.



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Agenda

8:30am - 9:00 am   Check-in (Herrett Center)
9:10 am   Welcome
9:30 am   Session 1
10:45 am   Session 2
12:00 pm   Lunch
12:30 pm   General CSI Information Session
1:00 pm   Presentation on T&I Programs
1:30 pm   Financial Aid Presentation
2:00 pm   Activity/Giveaways
2:15 pm   Return for Home

 

Session's Overview

Programs Choice Session 1 (9:30am - 10:30am)

Auto Body Service Technology: If you like working with your hands, and enjoy the satisfaction of seeing a vehicle that was damaged brought back to like new condition again then this could be the career for you.

Automotive: The ASEP program has been one of the most successful programs of its kind. There are several things that make ASEP different from other automotive service technology programs. 

Diesel Technology: Using the most current technology available our Diesel Technology program delivers training that prepares students for employment in several fields. 

Welding Technology: This curriculum is designed to meet the current needs of business and industry. If you have the desire to work with metal have good hand/eye coordination and problem solving skills, welding could be for you!

Food Processing: The Food Processing Technology Program is a technical program designed to provide students with the necessary skills to obtain a position in the food processing industry. The program is broad enough to encompass the different food processing facilities, but specific enough to provide the necessary skills.

Tech Tour: Led by a current CSI student Ambassador this campus tour is unique for students interested in seeing more of the technical programs offered at CSI.

Automation Engineering: The Automation Engineering Technology program is a hands-on, technical program designed to provide students with the necessary skills to obtain a position in the manufacturing industry

Programs Choice Session 2 (10:45am - 12:00pm)

Welding Technology: This curriculum is designed to meet the current needs of business and industry. If you have the desire to work with metal have good hand/eye coordination and problem solving skills, welding could be for you!

Automotive: The ASEP program has been one of the most successful programs of its kind. There are several things that make ASEP different from other automotive service technology programs.

Cabinetmaking /Woodworking Technology: This program is designed for those individuals who enjoy hands-on, learn-by-doing instruction.

Manufacturing Technology: This program is designed to prepare students for a successful career in the rapidly expanding field of machining fabrication. It is a broad approach to training technicians with a variety of skills.

Drafting: This program is designed to provide students with the training necessary to secure employment in the drafting field as a whole, without specializing in a certain discipline or area of drafting. 

Tech Tour: Led by a current CSI student Ambassador this campus tour is unique for students interested in seeing more of the technical programs offered at CSI.

Renewable Energy Systems Technology: This program is designed to equip students with the skills necessary to handle mechanical electricity, mechanical drives, electric motors, hydraulics, programmable logic controllers for the maintenance and troubleshooting of industrial systems. Additionally, graduates of this program will be qualified to install, maintain, and troubleshoot solar and wind energy systems. The broad range of skills gained through hands-on experience prepare students for success in many industries, including manufacturing, food processing, and renewable energy.