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SPRING 2021

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING BOOT CAMP

Grant Funds Available

Learn the knowledge and skills required to enter the field of Advanced Manufacturing in our Boot Camp!

The Boot Camp will offer up to 6 college credits and the use of our state-of-the-art classroom in the Advanced Manufacturing Lab at MCCC.   Students can earn certifications such as OSHA-10 and  NIMS. There are opportunities for scholarships and possible funding for un/underemployed.

Participants who complete this program will be eligible to apply for apprenticeships through the Career Advance USA grant. Those who complete apprenticeships have a high rate of immediate employment in the manufacturing sector.


 

Advanced Manufacturing Bootcamp II (105 hours) (HYBRID)

Offers students an intensive hands-on experience with manual machining specifically milling and lathing. Topics include tool geometry, parts and function of engine lath and vertical milling machine, workpiece setup, and different machining operations on the lathe and mill. After course completion, students are prepared for NIMS exam milling level I and turning level I.

 

NCMFT-CS002-01/ Cost: $2199

Dates  Apr 12 - Jul 1         Time 6:00-9:00pm

Sessions  35                     Instructor Michael Hanna

Day M, W,TH                  NOTES No class May 31

For more information, contact Shan Bercaw at  bercaws@mccc.edu

 

 
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SUMMER 2021 

Certified Production Technician (CPT) REMOTE  

The Certified Production Technician (CPT) certificate program is an industry-recognized credential provided by the Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC). This certification addresses the core technical competencies of higher skilled production workers in all sectors of manufacturing. The CPT program consists of four individual certificate modules: Safety, Quality Control, Maintenance, and Manufacturing Processes & Production, and a full Certified Production Technician (CPT) Certificate to those who pass all four original modules. The program is 80 hours of coursework, which is a combination of self-paced and instructor-led.

Recommended: Individuals should have an 8th-grade math and 10th-grade reading level; high school diploma or equivalency; and basic computer keyboarding, browser, email proficiency.  

NCMFT-CS003-01 /  cost: $1,950

Dates    July 12-August 5        Time 5-7pm (Instructor Led)

Sessions 16        Instructor Darryl Price

Day M, TU, W, TH          

NOTES  5-7pm instructor-led remotely and 3 hours self-paced thereafter online.   
Exam date:  TBD by the instructor

 

 


ADVANCED MANUFACTURING BOOT CAMP 

Grant Funds Available

Learn the knowledge and skills required to enter the field of Advanced Manufacturing in our Boot Camp!

The Boot Camp will offer up to 6 college credits and the use of our state-of-the-art classroom in the Advanced Manufacturing Lab at MCCC.   Students can earn certifications such as OSHA-10 and  NIMS. There are opportunities for scholarships and possible funding for un/underemployed.

Participants who complete this program will be eligible to apply for apprenticeships through the Career Advance USA grant. Those who complete apprenticeships have a high rate of immediate employment in the manufacturing sector.



ADVANCED MANUFACTURING BOOTCAMP I (93 HOURS) (REMOTE)

Introduces students to advanced manufacturing careers and basic skills in machining, topics include machine shop safety, machine shop math, blueprint reading, dimensional measurement, and drill press. The material studied is complimented with a hands-on lab. After course completion, students are prepared for OSHA 10, NIMS exam Measurement material and safety as well as NISM exam Job Planning, Benchwork & Layout Study.

This class will be offered during Fall 2021 semester.


Advanced Manufacturing Bootcamp II (105 hours) (HYBRID)

Offers students an intensive hands-on experience with manual machining specifically milling and lathing. Topics include tool geometry, parts and function of engine lath and vertical milling machine, workpiece setup, and different machining operations on the lathe and mill. After course completion, students are prepared for NIMS exam milling level I and turning level I.

This class will be offered during Fall 2021 semester.

 

 

 

 For more information, contact Shan Bercaw at  bercaws@mccc.edu

 

 
REGISTER
ONLINE NOW!