Manufacturing Job Training at South Louisville Center
Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center, 160 Rochester Dr.
Monday, March 17, 2014
Saturday, July 19, 2014
Class Dates and Times Vary
More training will be available for manufacturing jobs from a $150,000 Social Innovation Fund Grant from the National Fund for Workforce Solutions.
Free training classes will be held at The Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center to help prepare men and women for entry-level jobs with local manufacturers.
Certified Production Technician and Multi-Skilled Technician classes will be offered during the day and evening to fit job seekers’ schedules.
1) Short-Term Certified Production Technician: course prepares students for entry-level jobs and certifications in safety, quality practices and measurement, manufacturing processes and production, and maintenance awareness.
Grads receive a nationally-recognized credential and nine credit hours from Jefferson Community and Technical College.
WHERE: All classes are held at the Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center, 160 Rochester Dr.
Day classes (M-F, 8:30a-5p) will be held March 17-April 11, April 21-May 23 and June 16 – July 19.
Evening classes run eight weeks (M-F, 5:30-9:30p) Feb. 17-April 11 and May 5-June 27.
2) Multi-Skilled Technician: the 60-hour course offered by JCTC leads to a college credential. After completing the hands-on course, the Multi-Skilled Technician can function as a machine operator.
WHERE: All classes are held at the KMCC, 160 Rochester Dr.
Daytime class will be Feb. 10-March 10, M-Tu, 8:30a-4p.
Evening class is April 14-April 29, M-W, 5-8p.
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