Electric motors, industrial equipment, electronics and semiconductors keep the world in motion. Advanced manufacturing courses teach both skills and provide technical assistance designed to reduce expenses and increase productivity. Troubleshooting skills result in faster problem diagnosis and reduced system downtime. For more than a decade, many of the largest semiconductor manufacturers in the world, including Texas Instruments and Samsung, have relied on courses that keep pace with specific workforce training needs. Course levels range from professional development for those already in the industry to helping new-hires gain skills. Employers wanting to train and retain workers as well as individuals looking for a career with high-pay potential may now consider new manufacturing training classes such as welding, Computer Numerical Controls and lean manufacturing fundamentals. Military veterans should note that enrollment cost for some CNC skills courses are covered by Veteran Benefits.
Advanced Manufacturing Skills Training
Funding Options DHS/FEMA Veterans Benefits GSA
Delivery Types Online Face-to-Face Blended Online Instructor-Led