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Advanced Manufacturing Certificate

Certificate Program

Advanced Manufacturing
This program of study is open to those unemployed, underemployed and under skilled with a high school diploma or GED who wish to start a career in advanced manufacturing and improve their opportunities to more quickly secure a great paying job.

  • A year long program divided into 2 semesters with courses covering manufacturing processes, basic machine shop math, blueprint reading, metrology, and CNC machines.
  • The ability to apply what you learned will be provided through lab work and supervised demonstration of competencies on full size CNC machines in addition to eLearning simulation training.
  • Those who complete this manufacturer endorsed training will receive a Certificate which will further set you apart from other competing candidates for jobs.

Certificate Requirements

MANF1200L Machine Tool Math 3 0 3
MANF1300L Blue Print Reading & Solid Modeling 2 3 3
MANF1420L Machine Processes 3 0 3
MANF1430L Machine Processes Lab 0 6 2
MANF1500L CNC Machines I 2 6 4
MANF2100L CNC Machines II 2 6 4
Cost of Certificate Estimate
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This program is sponsored by (or in part by) a $19.97 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration TAACCCT Grant #TC-22504-ll-60-A-33. The Community College System of NH is an equal opportunity employer, and adaptive equipment is available upon request to persons with disabilities.

Some interesting facts*

  • Average annual compensation of manufacturing jobs is $75,027.00.
  • Manufacturing is the #1 industry sector in New Hampshire making up to 19% of the State’s economy.

 

*Smart Manufacturing and High Technology lead NH Economy Report, March 2011 and Governor’s Advanced Manufacturing Educational Advisory Council, 2008.