The following certificate programs are part of our advanced manufacturing and engineering department. Classes are offered individually, or can be taken in certificate format. Tuition for many of these certificate programs is FREE through the DOL funded America’s Promise Grant. NOTE: A charge to cover administrative costs will be collected upon registration.
The following certificate programs are approved for GI Bill funding:
The following certificate programs are approved for WIOA funding:
Are you retiring from the military and looking for a great career? The advanced manufacturing industry is in need of a lot of qualified employees who can replace the retiring baby boomers. Take your existing skill set and add some basic manufacturing courses that will put you ahead of the competition! This certificate program is comprised of the following courses:
Do you have a machining background, but want to learn how to program a CNC mill? This certificate program is comprised of the following courses:
NOTE: Students must complete an advanced project
Electronic assembly is more than just putting the same component on the same manufactured parts. It often has the employee performing most or all of a complex assembly, from start-to-finish, such as a communications device. Find out more.
Have you taken our engineering technician or machinist program? Now is the time to take the other course and work your way towards a fabrication certificate. This certificate program is comprised of the following courses:
This is the perfect course to learn welding processes and procedures. Students will gain lots of hands-on experience in our small classes. Take this first step to enter this in-demand field or advance within the manufacturing industry. Find out more.
We offer information sessions for many of our job training programs. The information session offers you the opportunity to learn all about the programs in a relaxed environment.
Our instructors will be available at this time to answer all of your questions. Call us at 760.795.6820 to register.