All individuals interested in further information on training, Please call (773)309-8133 to schedule an orientation.
This is a short term introductory course (32 hours). The target student is someone that has very little work history and thinking manufacturing could be a career. It teaches the fundamentals but also exposes them to hands on machine introduction. The anticipated salary range of a graduate is $11/hr – $12.50/hr.
Requirements for enrollment are listed below;
- Must be 17 years of age
- Must have a minimal reading grade point equivalent of 6th grade
- Must have a minimal math grade point equivalent of 8th grade
- Must have obtained (or in the process of obtaining) a High School diploma/GED certificate
- Must have interest in manufacturing (or similar industry) career interest
- Must have proper US documentation and have the right to work in US (or participant in Dream Act)
This course is longer (52 hours) that can be taken right after a student finishes MPC 101. If not, MPC 101 is a prerequisite (a student can test out). This course focuses on quality control (CMM operation intro) and CNC lathe/mill with press and grinding applications. This course includes nationally recognized skills credentials (National Institute of Metalworking Skills). The anticipated salary range of a graduate is $12/hr +.
MPC Training difference:
- The most experienced & qualified instructors in the region.
- Training takes place on the shop floor of a 70-year old operational machine shop
- Interactive curriculum blending hands-on with team projects and individual presentations.
- Built-in internship assignment
- Work based learning projects
- Short term training geared for immediate employment