Get hands-on training in our flexible apprenticeship and certification programs.
With Vermont Tech's manufacturing apprenticeship programs, you can:
- Advance in your career. Get the skills you need to succeed in our work-friendly classes.
- Earn college credit. Build on these classes to earn your Associate's or Bachelor's degree.
- Enroll without an employer sponsor. Begin training in the classroom and find a job later.
Our apprenticeship options include: Advanced Manufacturing, Industrial Maintenance, and the GlobalFoundries Paid Apprenticeship Technician Program. We also offer a SolidWorks & CNC Machining Certification program.
Advanced Manufacturing Apprenticeship
The Advanced Manufacturing Apprenticeship prepares you to work in a facility that produces parts—think valves, injection molding, casting, etc. It has three levels:
- Level One: Manufacturing Processes
- Level Two: Design Communication I and Metrology & Inspection
- Level Three: Computer Aided Technology and Principles of Mathematics (online)
Industrial Maintenance Apprenticeship
The Industrial Maintenance Apprenticeship prepares you to work in a facility that creates products, like coffee, ice cream, cheese, beauty products, etc. It has three levels:
- Level One: Introduction to Engineering and Electrical Circuits I
- Level Two: Electrical Circuits II
- Level Three: Advanced Programmable Logical Controllers and Principles of Mathematics (online)
GlobalFoundries Paid Apprenticeship Technician Program
Earn while you learn in GlobalFoundries' Paid Apprenticeship Technician Program. Motivated high school graduates can apply for this direct-hire opportunity.
- Earn a full-time time salary (up to $18.50/hour)
- Take classes at no cost
- Earn college credits towards a two-year Associate's Degree
Program starts June 2020. For more information, contact Program Owner John LaFreniere (802-769-8736). Apply online (position title: Paid Apprenticeship Technician Program).
SolidWorks & CNC Machining Certification
Earn your SolidWorks & CNC Maching Certification by completing three trainings:
- Level One: Design Communications 1 (SolidWorks)
- Level Two: Manufacturing Processes
- Level Three: Computer Aided Technology
No Cost Training for Parents
Do you have a child under the age of 14? If so, you may be able to enroll in our manufacturing trainings, as well as CCV's Certified Production Technician program, at no cost. Viisit the Strengthening Working Families Initiative page for more information.