Manufacturing

Garland ISD: CTE Manufacturing Cluster

Manufacturing involves creating a finished product from raw materials using efficient and effective processes to meet a specified quality standard. Students learn to problem-solve and visualize an end-product and develop the smaller steps necessary to achieve the creation of that product. This cluster provides opportunities to learn a skill or trade in a classroom/laboratory equipped to simulate industry.

Careers

  • Welder
  • Commercial and Industrial Design Specialist
  • Materials Handler
  • Production Manager
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Maintenance and Repair Worker
  • Quality Control Manager
  • Product Designer
  • Industrial Designer
  • Warehouse Manager
  • Equipment Mechanic
  • Production Worker
  • Packer
  • Machine Operator
  • Visual Inspector
  • Systems Manager
  • Teacher

Graduation planning

Endorsement: Business & Industry

See course descriptions and endorsement pathways on the high school course descriptions page.

Available certificates

  • American Welding Society SENSE Certification (3 Types)

Clubs and Organizations

One of the best ways to acquire experience in your chosen career is by joining a Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO).