This course was developed with input from local companies and covers a range of topics
to provide students with the basic knowledge for entry-level employment in the manufacturing
industry. The 84-hour course consists of approximately 24 sessions and presents topics
such as basic hand tools, shop mathematics and industry terminology. Introduction
topics include manufacturing processes, problem solving, and team work. This course
will also offer all participants a 10-hour General OSHA certification, and completion certificate, upon successful completion of class.
A 200-hour paid job experience may be available.
Grant-funded if qualified.
Contact us for details.
Summer Manufacturing Readiness Boot Camp
Open for high school seniors, the Summer Boot Camp offers students a manufacturing
overview, OSHA certification, and possible 200-hour paid job experience.