Advanced Manufacturing Institute
Would you like to put your new hires through a program to get them ready to perform in the manufacturing environment?
Do you have recent hires (past 2-4 years) that have promotional potential, but need a broader understanding of industry?
Are you looking for a new hire that has some manufacturing context?
If so, the Advanced Manufacturing Institute developed by the below listed Muskegon-area partners, with companies' needs in mind, is for you.
In eight short weeks (96 hours) participants will gain the skills they need to succeed in the manufacturing environment includingan Industry Introduction, Lean 5S, Applied Math Fundamentals, Basic Mechanical, Basic Electrical, Industrial Blueprint Reading, Precision Measurement, Quality Management, Statistical Process Control, Introduction to Programmable Logic Control, Basic Industrial Fluid Power, Root Cause Analysis/Problem Solving, Team Member and Team Workgroup Participation.
See full curriculum, brochure, and registration form.
Starting January 13, 2014 at MCC. Mon-Thurs 4-7pm.
Participants must have a bronze level WorkKeys score (3),
or equivalent, in Applied Math, Reading for Information,
and Locating Information to participate.
See FAQs concerning the program.
For a $1,500 per person investment there are two ways for you to benefit. First, you can choose new hires from your company to be trained. Second, if you are looking for new hires you can pay for a candidate, chosen by the presenting partners, and be connected to them upon the candidates' completion of the program.
Thanks to all of the participating partners!
How will the selection of a candidate for my company take place if I look to hire one from the pool?
The program partners plan to implement an application and screening process to fill slots in this program covered by scholarships and company participation. Then towards the end of the training an application/interview session will be held where all participating employers will be able to interview all completing candidates. At that point, companies will be able to choose, in chronological order from the time they submitted their program registrations, the employees they feel are the best fit for them.