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Mass AMTC TechHire Grant
Mount Wachusett Community College is currently operating on a US Department of Labor grant targeted toward youth (persons 17 -29 years). Per the grant, MWCC will be offering two 6-week programs in Quality Technician Training and Automation Technician Training.
Provided the candidate meets the program requirements, the courses are FREE. Primary requirements are a HS Diploma (or GED) and being between the age of 17 and 29 years old. For individuals above this age range, additional funding would allow them to participate in the courses as well.
Quality Training – Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Program, provides 100+ hours of training to prepare students for careers in a variety of manufacturing sectors, including medical device, aerospace, food, and biopharmaceutical processing, as well as service industries.
Robotics and Automation Technician Training provides foundational knowledge for an entry-level manufacturing technician. There is a follow on Robotics Training offered fall semester that students can also gain access to through a credit course.
CNC Machine Operator Training Program provides an intensive non-credit training course designed to provide the knowledge and hands-on skills necessary to prepare students for an entry-level career in machining in a variety of manufacturing industries. Students are may sit for the Manufacturing Skills Standard Council Certified Production Technician Quality and Measurements exam and MACWIC Level 2 Certification.
Mount Wachusett Community College is migrating its 100-hour Quality Yellow Belt Training for Advanced Manufacturing to a fully on-line version that will begin April 27, 2020 and run through May 28, 2020.
This program will be delivered using the MWCC on-line platform and will include both scheduled on-line interactions and posted content. Instructors will review posted materials and assess student knowledge as the program proceeds toward providing a MWCC certificate of completion, as well as preparing students to sit for the American Society for Quality Certified Six Sigma Yellow Belt Examination.
The primary outcome of this course will be a fundamental understanding of Quality Systems and support in efforts towards job placement.
The program will be delivered over 5 weeks with a minimum expectation of 20 hours per week spent on the curriculum. Following the completion of the program, MWCC will host the ASQ exam, along with predatory sessions for those students taking the exam.
Students must be looking to either enter or advance in manufacturing careers and should have some related work experience. Grant funding is available to cover the program costs for students who are eligible. Companies looking to up-skill incumbent workers should also inquire about seating.
Robotics and Automation Technician Training Call 978-630-9552 for upcoming Robotics and Automation Training dates.
CNC Machine Operator Training Program Call 978-630-9552 for upcoming CNC Machine Operator Training dates. For those who qualify, this provides a non-credit training course designed to provide the knowledge and hands-on skills necessary to prepare students for an entry-level career in machining in a variety of manufacturing industries. Students may sit for the MACWIC Level 1 and or Level 2 Certification. See the flyer for more details. The first portion of the course will be held at Leominster’s Center for Technical Education Innovation. The second portion will be held at MWCC Devens.
All courses are held on the MWCC Devens Campus at 27 Jackson Rd Devens, MA.
Please call us at 978-630-9883 for future training dates.
Steps to Enroll:
1. Schedule an info session
2. Attend an info session
3. Complete intake forms and assessments
To attend an information session or to reserve your spot, please call 978-630-9883 or email email@example.com.
Above and beyond the immediate career path training, we offer additional opportunities to sit for national credentials, certifications, and additional course training.
This program is sponsored by a $4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.