18 May Assembling Industry class to be offered
In coordination with a number of partner organizations and businesses, CV-TEC is excited to announce the offering of AIME 2.0 at CV-TEC in Mineville for graduating seniors and adults!
The Assembling Industry: Manufacturing and Education class has been offered in Plattsburgh for the past six years and is currently in its 17th class. The job placement rate for completing participant’s is over 90 percent.
The new class in Mineville is based on the same model as Plattsburgh, however, the curriculum has been adjusted based on input from: Pre-tech Plastics, General Composites, Crown Point Tel/Bridge Point, International Paper, Essex Industries, and North Line Utilities.
Participants will attend an eight-week, 120-hour class beginning June 27. Instruction will be offered in Lean 101, Precision Measurement, Hand and Power Tool Use and Safety, Blueprint Reading, Intro to CNC Machining, Intro to Welding, Machine Maintenance and OSHA 10 Certification. Participants will also be prepared to take the National Work Readiness Credential test. This test measures Situational Judgment, Active Listening, Workplace Math and Workplace Reading. Soft skills are reviewed and integrated into every aspect of the program.
Prior to the class starting, participants will participate in a tour of manufacturing businesses. At the conclusion of AIME 2.0 there will be an “Employment Seminar” at CV-TEC hosted by the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce. Students will have the opportunity to interview with several local manufacturing employers.
AIME 2.0 is geared to graduating seniors and adults looking for a good job in manufacturing. Graduating seniors should talk to their school counselor for more information. All others, please call Patty at 518-561-0430 ext. 3004.
AIME is a collaboration of the Essex County IDA, Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce, Moriah Central School, Crown Point Central School, ETS, Inc., North Country Community College, Clinton Community College, CITEC and ACCES-VR.
For more information, contact Cathy Snow at 518-561-0430 ext. 3079.