Right Skills Now CNC Fast-Track Training Program Begins April 3

The Right Skills Now CNC Fast-Track Training Program will start April 3 at Lorain County Community College. This program was designed to meet the needs of a skilled workforce and close the employment gap. The classroom training program is 16-weeks in length and is followed by a required 8-week paid internship with one of the many industry partners. Students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary for employment as a CNC mill or lathe operator.

Two nationally industry recognized credentials are embedded into the program: National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) and National Institute of Metal Working Skills (NIMS), along with the OSHA Safety Certification. The fast-track training program is a combination of for-credit and non-credit course work which were identified by employers as being necessary in manufacturing industry. A high school diploma or GED is required.

For more information or to speak with an advisor, contact Tracy Check-Advisor at (440) 366-7737 or tcheck@lorainccc.edu.

Right Skills Now CNC Fast-Track Training Program Begins April 3

The Right Skills Now CNC Fast-Track Training Program will start April 3 at Lorain County Community College. This program was designed to meet the needs of a skilled workforce and close the employment gap. The classroom training program is 16-weeks in length and is followed by a required 8-week paid internship with one of the many industry partners. Students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary for employment as a CNC mill or lathe operator.

Two nationally industry recognized credentials are embedded into the program: National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) and National Institute of Metal Working Skills (NIMS), along with the OSHA Safety Certification. The fast-track training program is a combination of for-credit and non-credit course work which were identified by employers as being necessary in manufacturing industry. A high school diploma or GED is required.

For more information or to speak with an advisor, contact Tracy Check-Advisor at (440) 366-7737 or tcheck@lorainccc.edu.

Right Skills Now CNC Fast-Track Training Program Begins April 3

The Right Skills Now CNC Fast-Track Training Program will start April 3 at Lorain County Community College. This program was designed to meet the needs of a skilled workforce and close the employment gap. The classroom training program is 16-weeks in length and is followed by a required 8-week paid internship with one of the many industry partners. Students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary for employment as a CNC mill or lathe operator.

Two nationally industry recognized credentials are embedded into the program: National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) and National Institute of Metal Working Skills (NIMS), along with the OSHA Safety Certification. The fast-track training program is a combination of for-credit and non-credit course work which were identified by employers as being necessary in manufacturing industry. A high school diploma or GED is required.

For more information or to speak with an advisor, contact Tracy Check-Advisor at (440) 366-7737 or tcheck@lorainccc.edu.

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