WELCOME TO THE T.E.A.M. CENTER
YOUR RESOURCE CENTER FOR TRAINING AND EDUCATION IN ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
Let your career coach help you get to where you want to go – back to work! Your “fast track” back to work with free training available for eligible candidates – TAA eligible, laid-off or dislocated workers – specializing in these high-demand career areas.
- Explore training programs in Plastics Technology, Electrical Technology, Mechanical Technology, and AutoCAD, CNC Programming
- Become certified in high demand job markets, AutoCAD, and CNC Programming
- Emerge into a new career that fosters your skills and interests
- Begin your job search – receive tips to get back into the workplace and learn how to promote yourself to prospective employers
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING CERTIFICATE
This 33 credit hour, one-year certificate program, provides students with a core curriculum of courses which focus on key subject areas in the advanced manufacturing field such as:
- Manufacturing Processes and Materials
- Machine Tools I
- Computer Aided Design
- Machine Tools II
- Solid Modeling
- Advanced CAD/CAM
NEW WORKFORCE TRAINING PROGRAMS
INDUSTRIAL SKILLS WORKFORCE TRAINING PROGRAM
NEW! The Industrial Skills Workforce Training Program was designed with input from local employers and is aligned with the National Alliance for Manufacturing Skill Standards (NAM). This noncredit program provides an introduction to the basic concepts required for job entry into the manufacturing field. The instructors have experience in industry, and classes are small enough to provide students with an excellent learning experience. Students who have no experience with machine tools and those returning to the field after a long absence will benefit from this program.
Topics include shop safety, workplace communication, computer applications, measurement, bench work, manufacturing math, blueprint reading and interpretation, GD&T, introduction to quality control, Lean manufacturing, and setup/operation of conventional machines and CNCs. Along with instruction and hands-on practice, students also participate in tours of local manufacturing companies. Those students who have attained required skills are given internship opportunities, making their educational experience an exceptional preparation for launching or transitioning a career. Funding may be available for qualifying students.
PLASTICS TECHNOLOGY STACKABLE PROGRAMS
This industry-driven, hands-on training program offers students the opportunity to become employed in our local, well-paying, plastics industry. Cayuga Community College, along with local employers, are working together to open a new plastics technology lab in 2014. Be a part of this exciting new career opportunity! Funding may be available!