MPC currently hosts two separate tracks for instruction. Each targeting a different type of individual
based on their current situation, past experience and career goals. Both fall in the same category of
instructional design of machine operator curriculum. Both courses of study were derived specifically
from accredited instructional programs. Each having a strong record of success for individuals attaining
the skills, knowledge and competencies that excels their learning curve on the production floor. Helping
to decrease the time it takes an individual to actually be productive for an employer.

Each class topic can be delivered independently or multiple classes can be combine per the interest of
an organization or employer. Additionally, nationally recognized certifications can also be embedded
into a course, resulting in course end certification testing. Although considered a “plus” to posses, there
are currently no certification requirements to achieve entry-level position consideration when applying
with an employer. All content area of study is pertinent to the manufacturing production machining
operation, at any given employer. These skills are not only specific to the immediate geographic area
they are applicable throughout the country as well as internationally. By including the industry
recognized skill credentials within the MPC tracks, every manufacturing employer will be extremely
familiar with the competencies achieved and the process by which they achieved them, as there are
certain protocols required for attainment.

Both MPC courses can also be considered the gateway or the “stepping stone” into higher educational
platforms of training which naturally builds on subject matter where MPC courses leaves off. It will be a
normal progression for an individual that has graduated from MPC to apply their skills within a working
environment, be receptive to on the job training and then take courses where they can earn additional
stack-able credentials. This skill attainment seeks to fill entry level production machining gaps
throughout the region. All in an effort to have individuals that are unemployed or under employed
obtain open positions that have been an ongoing struggle for employers to hire for.