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TCC Division of Workforce Development to offer two manufacturing courses in November

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (November 1, 2013) - Tallahassee Community College’s Division of Workforce Development is offering two manufacturing courses starting in November.

The Introduction to Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining course will provide participants with classroom discussion and hands-on equipment training. This evening course will be held from 6 to 10 p.m. and will begin on November 14 and run through January 27. The course will cost $379, with classes held at TCC’s Advanced Manufacturing Training Center (AMTC).

The Production Technician course provides participants with the foundational knowledge and skill sets applicable to entry-level through supervisor manufacturing positions. This is an 80-hour program and is an instructor-led, Web-based course. The course will begin on December 3 and go through February 20. The course will cost $399, with classes held at the AMTC.

“Our emphasis is on preparing students for careers, and completing these courses gives potential employees a lot of credibility in the manufacturing industry,” said Bruce Batton, program manager of the AMTC.

For information about registering for a class, contact the AMTC at (850) 201-9720 or amtc@tcc.fl.edu, or visit www.tcc.fl.edu/AMTC.​

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