VTC & CCV Sponsor Free Manufacturing Training

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Vermont Tech & CCV have an exciting partnership to deliver manufacturing trainings at no cost.  
Learn more below!
The Community College of Vermont (CCV) was awarded a grant by the US Department of Labor to offer technical manufacturing training.  

CCV has teamed up with Vermont Tech to offer these nationally recognized trainings along with the hands on skills needed for your success.  
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Certified Production Technician:
Starts Oct. 11th 5:30 - 8:30pm
Vermont Tech, Williston
Offered at no cost

The Certified Production Technician (CPT), is designed for those who are looking to move into the manufactruing sector, or for those who are looking to formalize their skills with a Nationally Recognized certification.  Each module is 3 college credits. The course consists of four classroom based modules: 
  • Safety
  • Quality Practices & Measurement
  • Manufacturing Processes & Production
  • Maintenance Awareness
Limited Seats Available. Registration & information contact:
Penne Lynch | workforce@ccv.edu | 802.786.3825
Manufacturing Processes Lab
Vermont Tech, Williston Campus
 
A free lab to compliment those who are currently enrolled or have completed the CPT. This one-credit lab will give students a valuable hands on introduction to machine tools, measuring instruments, machine operation, and how they relate to the manufacturing process. 
 
Two sections offered, limited seats, register today!
 
Questions: Beth Demers | edemers2@vtc.edu | 802.879.2380
Mondays & Wednesdays
Oct. 3 - Nov. 16 
5:00pm - 7:30pm
No Cost - Williston

Students will gain a basic understanding of the principles and technology of blueprint reading, mechanical drawing and computer modeling as methods of designing, communicating, and documenting mechanical devices. The concepts of geometric construction, isometric views, orthographic projection, sectional and auxiliary views, and dimensioning are introduced and developed to reasonable proficiency of blueprint reading. Basic proficiency is also developed in computer-aided design (CAD) using a two-dimensional documentation software and a three-dimensional solid modeling and design software. These skills will help prepare graduates for a career in the specification, installation, documentation, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems.


Questions: Beth Demers | edemers2@vtc.edu or 802.879.2380
These programs are funded by a grant from the U.S. Dept. of Labor. CCV and Vermont Tech are equal opportunity employers. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.