Industrial & Manufacturing Programs

Career Training programs

Our high-quality career training programs are designed to meet the needs of individuals, businesses and organizations in Montgomery County and surrounding areas.

The LEAN Journey – Series I

Program snapshot: What is the customer willing to pay for? Find the answer in the lean approach. Based on finding efficiencies and removing wasteful steps that don't add value to the end product, lean manufacturing focuses on the customer, while benefiting your business.

Cost: $995
Dates: February 28 - April 2

The LEAN Journey – Series I

Six Sigma and Quality Control – Series II

Program snapshot: A disciplined, data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating defects in any process - from manufacturing to transactional, and from product to service procedures. This approach, combined with the quality control component of this series makes for a powerful and robust learning experience.

Cost: $995
Dates: January 22 - February 19

Six Sigma and Quality Control – Series II

Math for Manufacturing

Program snapshot: Designed specifically for manufacturing employees, Math for Manufacturing, meets Tuesday and Thursday evenings for 2-hours at our Central Campus in Blue Bell.

Cost: $250
Dates: New sessions coming in 2018

Math for Manufacturing

 

Fast-Track to Employment

Seeking a hands-on career in the Industrial or Manufacturing field? Review our current Fast-Track to Employment opportunities in:

Gas Distribution Pipeline Mechanic

Program snapshot: This training prepares you for entry level employment in the natural gas industry leading to potentially high paying union jobs in just 9 weeks. This employer driven program is developed by the industry to meet increased regional demand for skilled labor. Two of the employers supporting this program pay $ 26 an hour as starting wage.

Cost: $5,189
Dates: New sessions coming in 2018

View the Gas Distribution Pipeline Mechanic program at MCCC

Machinist-CNC (Computer Numeric Control) Operator Training

Program snapshot: Become a skilled technician using computer technology to produce metal, wood and plastic components. You will learn blueprint reading, math, and programming. The average wage for these operators is $23 per hour. There are over 1,000 jobs in the county and nationwide growth is projected in this profession.

Cost: $495
Dates: February 12 - June 13

Machinist-CNC (Computer Numeric Control) Operator Training

Pre-Apprenticeship Manufacturing Program

Program snapshot: This highly interactive course is for anyone seeking to gain an entry-level position in the manufacturing industry, existing workers who want to change direction in their careers and others seeking an entryway into this growing industry

Cost: $2,995
Dates: Program begins March 2018

For more information, contact Gary Hines at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 215-619-7331.

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