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Manufacturing, Oil/Gas, Energy

INTRODUCTION TO ADVANCED MANUFACTURING 
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Class starts:
March 16, 2015 (MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY)
8am - 11:30


CCBC, Main Campus
Community Education Center, Room 2302
Contact Us Today to Register: (724) 480-3567 - hugh.gallagher@ccbc.edu

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Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing

Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing 
New Program – Endorsed by the Beaver County Manufacturers Association

Module 1: Safety on the Job – 25 Hours
•Hazardous Materials (15 hours)
•Personal Protective Equipment (3 hours)
•Lock-Out/Tag-Out (4 hours)
•Safety Practices and Regulations (3 hours) 

Module 2: Workplace Basics – 40 Hours
•Mathematics for Manufacturing (15 hours)
•Measurement (10 hours)
•Engineering, Drawing, Reading and Schematics (15 hours) 

Module 3: Quality & Job Satisfaction – 30 Hours
•Manufacturing Fundamentals (10 hours)
•Conflict Resolution (5 hours)
•Quality Practices (5 hours)
•Communications Skills (5 hours)
•Working in Groups (5 hours) 

Module 4: Skill Development – 75 Hours
•Troubleshooting, Preventive/Predictive Maintenance, Tool/Equipment Usage (25 hours)
•Electrical Fabrication (25 hours)
•Production Assembly (25 hours) 

Total Hours: 170 Hours (16 Weeks)

Careers and Salary - In 16 weeks, you will gain the essential skills to pursue jobs as a Frontline Operator, Assembly Worker, and Production Technician and establish an foundation that opens possible career   pathways to Welding, Industrial Maintenance (Mechatronics), Machine Tooling (CNC), and Inspection/Quality.   Starting Wage: $30,000 to $36,000

Cost:  $2,500 (Free to those who are eligible.)

Dates: For future classes please contact jack.boyde@ccbc.edu

New Program - Endorsed by the Beaver County Manufacturers Association
Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing will open possible career pathways to
Welding, Industrial Maintenance (Mechatronics), Machine Tooling (CNC), and Inspection/Quality.   

Starting Wage: $30,000 to $36,000