Manufacturing

CEWD offers two flexible apprenticeship programs that allow you to gain new skills and advance in your career.

Each of these apprenticeships were designed using the successful programs CEWD offers at companies around the state.  These new offerings allow students to begin without an employer sponsor and participate in required on-the-job training in-between classes. In addition, our faculty have embedded the teaching of math principals so that they align with the technical training. Each apprenticeship has been broken into three levels that build upon each other and offer college credit. Classes meet twice a week in the evenings and a couple of Saturdays each level. 

Advanced Manufacturing Apprenticeship

Level I - Manufacturing Processes with additional blueprint reading and embedded math

Level II - Design Communications (SolidWorks) and Metrology & Inspection with embedded math

Level III - Computer Aided Technology and an online Principles of Mathematics

Industrial Maintenance Apprenticeship

Level I - Introduction to Engineering and Electrical Circuits I

Level II - Electrical Circuits II

Level III - Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers and an online Principles of Mathematics

Check out our SWFI (Strengthening Working Families Initiative) page to view details about an exciting and unique manufacturing educational opportunity for qualified participants.

Offerings

Industrial Maintenance Technician Certificate

Course Type

In Person

Dates

May 23-Jul 11

CEWD and the Franklin Grand Isle Workforce Investment Board are please to present the Industrial Maintenance Technician Certificate initiative/partnership.  This certificate program will offer:

  • Comprehensive preparation for careers in the maintenance of electrical and manufacturing systems.
  • Necessary theory while emphasizing hands-on equipment operation of critical electrical power systems.
  • Electrical and associated electronics, hydraulic, and pneumatic equipment and applications are covered.
  • Graduates are typically employed as plant maintenance technicians, power plant operator/maintenance technicians, and/or plant electricians.
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Instances: 
Industrial Maintenance Technician Certificate

Grant FUNDED - contact us to see if you qualify

9 College Credits

Credits can be applied toward the following degree programs at Vermont Tech:

  • A.A.S. in General Engineering Technology (GET) which leads to
  • B.S. in Business Technology & Management (online); or
  • B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Credits can be applied toward the following degree program at CCV:

  • A.S. in STEM Studies

*May be eligible for Vermont Training Program funding

Location: 
Swanton VT
Start Date: 
May 23, 2018 12:00 am
Duration: 
5PM - 8PM
Cost: 
0.00