Take advantage of the free training available for SC Manufacturing Certification! Join us at an information session to find out more about the SC Manufacturing Certification and how to qualify for FREE training!
- January 21 at 11 am
- January 22 at 4 pm
- Tyger River Campus, BMW Training Center Room 311
100% FREE with funding from the South Carolina General Assembly. Students are only required to pay a $20 fee for drug screening and a background check.
“Made in the USA” is making a comeback and as a result manufacturing is booming.The growth in manufacturing is creating jobs–not just jobs, but good jobs. These are in-demand jobs with good wages and benefits.
The goal of the South Carolina Manufacturing Certification is to raise the level of performance of production workers both to assist the individuals in finding higher-wage jobs and to help employers ensure their workforce increases the company’s productivity and competitiveness.
Benefits of South Carolina Manufacturing Certification
- Earning an industry-recognized national certification – Certified Production Technician
- Mastering the soft and technical skills essential for in-demand jobs in advanced manufacturing
- Understanding what it takes to work effectively in a manufacturing environment
- Fully comprehending the importance of continuous improvement in the manufacturing process
- Grasping the essential skills needed to gather, interpret, and use data consistently and accurately to make decisions and take action
- Improving your fundamental communication skills (writing, reading, speaking, listening) to meet the needs of the workplace
- Increasing your safety awareness and honing your ability to recognize and address safety hazards in the workplace
- Sharpening your basic math abilities
- Learning to measure properly using a wide variety of measuring instruments
- Enhancing your use of hand and power tools
- Learning to read a blueprint effectively without error and within tolerances
Components of the SC Manufacturing Certificate
This program consists of 200 hours including:
- classroom training
- hands-on skill training
- Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt
- OSHA – general industry
In order to be eligible for the scholarship funding associated with this program. You must:
- attend an information session.
- have a silver level WorkKeys certification.
- be unemployed or underemployed. However, an individual who is currently employed but would like to “re-career” in the manufacturing sector is eligible.
- successfully pass a drug screen background check to be eligible for scholarship funding.
- be a South Carolina resident and at least 18 years of age.
- must have a high school diploma or GED
For more information contact (864) 592-4900 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.