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TCC offers production technician manufacturing course

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (July 25, 2013) - Tallahassee Community College’s Division of Workforce Development is offering a web-based Production Technician manufacturing course starting July 30. The Production Technician course provides participants with the foundational knowledge and skill sets applicable to entry-level manufacturing positions and prepares them to sit for the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Production Technician certification examination.
The course is an 80-hour program and covers 5 units: Employability Skills, Production & Processes, Maintenance Awareness, Quality Assurance and Safety Awareness. It is an instructor-led web-based course. It runs from July 30 through October 3.
“The MSSC certification this course prepares you for is a nationally recognized standard,” said Bruce Batton, program manager of TCC’s Advanced Manufacturing Training Center. “Our emphasis is preparing students for careers, and earning the MSSC credential gives potential employees a lot of credibility in the manufacturing industry.”
The course is non-credit; however, successful completion of the MSSC Production Technician certification can articulate up to 15 semester credit hours for Engineering Technologies in the state of Florida.
For more information on the Production Technician course and other manufacturing programs offered by TCC's Advanced Manufacturing Training Center, visit
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