RAMP Up Your Career in Manufacturing

Learn about career opportunities in manufacturing and the training needed to prepare for one of these careers at several upcoming information sessions:

Advanced Manufacturing Open House (all programs)
Thursday, December 1 at 10 a.m.
Nord Advanced Technologies Center, room 118
LCCC Main Campus, Elyria

Manufacturing Readiness, Right Skills Now CNC, Maintenance Technician Programs
Tuesday, December 6 at 2 p.m.
Lorain Learning Center at City Center, room 101
201 West Erie, Lorain

Right Skills Now CNC, Maintenance Technician and Construction Programs
Thursday, December 8 at 5:30 p.m.
Lorain County JVS, Quarry Room A
Oberlin

To learn more about RAMP training programs, call (440) 366-4833 or (440) 366-7737 or visit www.lorainccc.edu/rampup.

Tuition assistance, incentive plans and scholarships may be available if you qualify.

RAMP training is available in:

  • Computer Aided Design Technician
  • Computer Aided Machining/Machining Manufacturing Processes
  • Right Skills Now—Computer Numerical Control
  • General Technician
  • Industrial Maintenance Electrical Technician
  • Industrial Maintenance Mechanical Technician
  • Maintenance Technician—Automation Engineering Technology
  • Manufacturing Readiness
  • Micro-Electromechanical Systems (MEMS), Mechatronics Technology
  • Occupational Safety
  • Welding
  • Welding—Non-Destructive Testing

“These RAMP trainings help close the skills gap for entry-level positions needed by manufacturers to increase growth and production,” said Peggy Michener, director of Workforce and Business Solutions at LCCC. “These entry-level positions are a substantial portion of the available jobs in Ohio. Despite the increased demand, too few individuals are gaining the skills they need – foundational employability or technical skills in order to begin working for Ohio manufacturers.”

The benefits of a RAMP training program include:

  • Short-term, 10-16 week programs
  • Industry credentials with value in the workplace
  • Industry partners engaged by providing paid internships and work-based learning opportunities
  • Career pathways to advancement and degrees

Learn more at www.lorainccc.edu/rampup.

RAMP Up Your Career in Manufacturing

Learn about career opportunities in manufacturing and the training needed to prepare for one of these careers at several upcoming information sessions:

Advanced Manufacturing Open House (all programs)
Thursday, December 1 at 10 a.m.
Nord Advanced Technologies Center, room 118
LCCC Main Campus, Elyria

Manufacturing Readiness, Right Skills Now CNC, Maintenance Technician Programs
Tuesday, December 6 at 2 p.m.
Lorain Learning Center at City Center, room 101
201 West Erie, Lorain

Right Skills Now CNC, Maintenance Technician and Construction Programs
Thursday, December 8 at 5:30 p.m.
Lorain County JVS, Quarry Room A
Oberlin

To learn more about RAMP training programs, call (440) 366-4833 or (440) 366-7737 or visit www.lorainccc.edu/rampup.

Tuition assistance, incentive plans and scholarships may be available if you qualify.

RAMP training is available in:

  • Computer Aided Design Technician
  • Computer Aided Machining/Machining Manufacturing Processes
  • Right Skills Now—Computer Numerical Control
  • General Technician
  • Industrial Maintenance Electrical Technician
  • Industrial Maintenance Mechanical Technician
  • Maintenance Technician—Automation Engineering Technology
  • Manufacturing Readiness
  • Micro-Electromechanical Systems (MEMS), Mechatronics Technology
  • Occupational Safety
  • Welding
  • Welding—Non-Destructive Testing

“These RAMP trainings help close the skills gap for entry-level positions needed by manufacturers to increase growth and production,” said Peggy Michener, director of Workforce and Business Solutions at LCCC. “These entry-level positions are a substantial portion of the available jobs in Ohio. Despite the increased demand, too few individuals are gaining the skills they need – foundational employability or technical skills in order to begin working for Ohio manufacturers.”

The benefits of a RAMP training program include:

  • Short-term, 10-16 week programs
  • Industry credentials with value in the workplace
  • Industry partners engaged by providing paid internships and work-based learning opportunities
  • Career pathways to advancement and degrees

Learn more at www.lorainccc.edu/rampup.

RAMP Up Your Career in Manufacturing

Learn about career opportunities in manufacturing and the training needed to prepare for one of these careers at several upcoming information sessions:

Advanced Manufacturing Open House (all programs)
Thursday, December 1 at 10 a.m.
Nord Advanced Technologies Center, room 118
LCCC Main Campus, Elyria

Manufacturing Readiness, Right Skills Now CNC, Maintenance Technician Programs
Tuesday, December 6 at 2 p.m.
Lorain Learning Center at City Center, room 101
201 West Erie, Lorain

Right Skills Now CNC, Maintenance Technician and Construction Programs
Thursday, December 8 at 5:30 p.m.
Lorain County JVS, Quarry Room A
Oberlin

To learn more about RAMP training programs, call (440) 366-4833 or (440) 366-7737 or visit www.lorainccc.edu/rampup.

Tuition assistance, incentive plans and scholarships may be available if you qualify.

RAMP training is available in:

  • Computer Aided Design Technician
  • Computer Aided Machining/Machining Manufacturing Processes
  • Right Skills Now—Computer Numerical Control
  • General Technician
  • Industrial Maintenance Electrical Technician
  • Industrial Maintenance Mechanical Technician
  • Maintenance Technician—Automation Engineering Technology
  • Manufacturing Readiness
  • Micro-Electromechanical Systems (MEMS), Mechatronics Technology
  • Occupational Safety
  • Welding
  • Welding—Non-Destructive Testing

“These RAMP trainings help close the skills gap for entry-level positions needed by manufacturers to increase growth and production,” said Peggy Michener, director of Workforce and Business Solutions at LCCC. “These entry-level positions are a substantial portion of the available jobs in Ohio. Despite the increased demand, too few individuals are gaining the skills they need – foundational employability or technical skills in order to begin working for Ohio manufacturers.”

The benefits of a RAMP training program include:

  • Short-term, 10-16 week programs
  • Industry credentials with value in the workplace
  • Industry partners engaged by providing paid internships and work-based learning opportunities
  • Career pathways to advancement and degrees

Learn more at www.lorainccc.edu/rampup.

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