Workforce Development

Manufacturing

Job-ready skills from day one.

Erie House's Manufacturing Bridge program prepares participants for entry-level positions in various high-demand manufacturing positions, including, but not limited to, metal work, assembly lines, and quality control.  Advanced Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) training through the nation’s only ANSI-accredited developer of precision manufacturing standards ensure that participants are not only well qualified, but attractive to employers seeking the best candidates.  

Erie’s Manufacturing Bridge class targets the Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machinist occupation. Students may choose other careers in manufacturing for their advanced training as well. This 14-week integrated training module prepares participants for an advanced training Certification Program as well as for entry level jobs that will lead to advanced hands-on training in the field. Students learn machine shop math, basics of manufacturing print reading, and how to use Micrometers, Calipers, and other gages. They also earn NIMS credentials on Measurement, Materials and Safety, as well as receive an introduction to the CAD/CAM software. In addition, our students receive resume writing, interviewing skills, and job placement assistance.

 

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The Basics

Requirements

  • Completed a minimum of 90 hours of intensive metalforming training. 
  • Basic computer skills: Windows, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office.
  • Permission to work in U.S.

Location

Erie Neighborhood House 

Contact

David Swanson 
Manufacturing Bridge Instructor

 

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