Manufacturing jobs are available for any qualified laborer, but area employers say that’s the problem. There aren’t enough qualified candidates.
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Machine Operators Training program
Beginning Sept. 10, Cincinnati State’s Workforce Development Center will offer the Machine Operators Training program at its Evendale and Middletown locations.
The program is from 6 to 10 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays and require 80 hours of online instruction and 130 hours of in-class instruction.
Participants will receive foundational training, including:
- Machine safety
- Measurement and blueprint reading
- Manual milling and turning
- Statistical process control
- Introduction to CNC (Computer Numerical Control)
- Lean quality processes
- Communications for continuous improvement and reducing errors
Source: Cincinnati State Technical & Community College