Are you interested in launching a career in the field of manufacturing technology? Have you been working in the field of manufacturing or machining for a few years, but are looking to make yourself eligible for advancement opportunities?
If so, the Workforce Development Center at Front Range Community College has a number of professional courses that could benefit your career.
You’re probably not that interested in earning a degree in manufacturing technology or a certificate in machining. What you really want is someone who will help to accelerate your learning process so that you’re brought up to speed on advanced equipment and manufacturing processes as quickly as possible.
That’s where our Non-Credit Fast-Track Machining Training course comes in.
This professional development course was created with the help of dozens of manufacturers in Northern Colorado (hint: these are the people with whom you’ll be applying for jobs in the very near future!).
We have a variety of manufacturing processes courses in this track so that there’s something for everyone, regardless of how long you’ve already been working in manufacturing technology.
Unlike our Manufacturing Technology courses for college credit, the non-credit track offers the following benefits for working students:
- Complete training at night so it doesn’t interrupt your job
- Develop basic skills on a variety of machining topics
- Gain access to free, open labs once a week to ask questions or get project help
- Focus on training instead of class grades
Whether you’re just starting your machining career, are a woman working in the world of manufacturing, or are a seasoned manufacturing professional who’s looking to become eligible for advanced positions, the Workforce Center at FRCC in Fort Collins has the educational opportunities you’re looking for. Contact us today!