Advanced Manufacturing Training Center
Bucks County Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing Training Center offers manufacturing and industrial skills courses at our Center in Bristol and at other campus locations, with a focus on:
- Professional Development/Incumbent Worker Training
- Metalwork Training Program (machining pre-apprentice)
- Industrial Maintenance Training Program (electro-mechanical fundamentals)
Metalwork Training Program
(Recognized as a pre-apprenticeship program by the National Tooling & Machining Association (NTMA) Tri-State Apprentice Program (NTAP).)
Bucks County manufacturing companies are looking for workers to fill numerous positions in CNC machining, welding, and fabrication. This course consists of 12 weeks of classroom and laboratory instructional hours (24 hours per week) to be supplemented by class visits to factory & shop locations of potential employers. At the end of the program, the students will be enrolled to take the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) exam for Measurement, Materials, and Safety Certification.
This is a great pathway to employment in a high-demand field. Individualized job placement assistance with high placement rates. Cohorts forming NOW for classes starting April 24, 2017!
To learn more, visit the main Metalwork Training page.
Industrial Maintenance Training Program (electro-mechanical)
Like to fix things? If you are mechanically inclined, like problem-solving and want a new career, this 12-week training program is for you! Workers skilled in industrial maintenance (electro-mechanical) are in high-demand, and Bucks County Community College has partnered with local employers to fill numerous positions. Individualized job placement assistance. Learn more - next class starts June 5, 2017!
To learn more, visit the main Industrial Maintenance Training page.