This program prepares you for entry-level employment in manufacturing careers, and for seamless entry into the Industrial Maintenance Technician Registered Apprenticeship program or continued education.
The program teaches the critical skills needed to find and keep employment in the industrial manufacturing field through the following courses:
Hydraulics (57 hours)
DC – AC Electricity (57 hours)
Electrical Wiring (44 hours)
Mechanical Systems (57 hours)
Introduction to Programmable Logic Controls (69 hours)
ACT WorkKeys (20 hours)
Additional program benefits include:
Individualized career counseling
Assistance identifying and applying for entry-level manufacturing positions
Certificate of completion
Enrollment to take the Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies (PMMI Mechatronics level 1) and the ACT National Career Readiness certification examinations
Who can enroll in this free program?
Unemployed or underemployed individuals
Out of school youth
Citizens with disabilities
Formerly incarcerated individuals
Minimum Entry Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent
Program Duration and Hours: 13 weeks, 284 hours
Community College of Philadelphia Center for Business and Industry
18th and Callowhill Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19130
If you are interested in speaking further about either of these options, please contact Sarah Hill, Apprenticeship Coordinator, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by telephone at 215-496-6152.