Fla. (August 28, 2013) – Tallahassee Community College is now offering several
new manufacturing programs.
These programs will prepare students for manufacturing-careers in production, employee
quality control and printed circuit board surface mount technology. The classes
will be taught in TCC’s Advanced Manufacturing Training Center (AMTC). Students
who complete the courses will gain skills needed for current manufacturing
fields and the opportunity to earn industry certifications.
learn more about these programs, call (850) 201-9720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Certified Production Technician (CPT)
Certified Production Technician course is an 80-hour, non-credit program that
will cost $399. The course will provide students with the foundational
production skills applicable to entry-level jobs in the manufacturing industry.
Successful course completion will prepare students to sit for the Manufacturing
Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Production Technician certification examination.
The course will be taught in the evenings, from 6 to 10 p.m., and the schedule
will run from October 15, 2013, through January 2, 2014.
Certified Quality Improvement Associate (CQIA)
Certified Quality Improvement Associate is a 36-hour, non-credit course that
will cost $299. Students will gain an understanding of the fundamental concepts
of quality improvement and decision making processes. The course will prepare
students to sit for the Certified Quality Improvement Associate examination. The
courses will be taught in the evenings, 6 to 9 p.m., and the schedule will run
from October 8 through November 14, 2013.
Surface Mount Technician (SMT)
Mount Technician course is a 48-hour, non-credit course that will cost $259.
This course will prepare students to work in a printed circuit board surface
mount facility and cover the key elements of SMT manufacturing. Successful
progress in this course will award the student with an IPC Solder and Surface
Mount module certification. The course will be taught during the day, from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m., and the schedule will run from October 7 through October 14,