Vance-Granville Community College announces new Production Technician program
Vance-Granville Community College is excited to announce a new Production Technician program. The program is designed to provide fast, hands-on training to learn job skills in safety, math, quality practices, teamwork, communications, problem solving, production processes and basic bio-processing. Our 96-hour program will prepare workers to help increase productivity, performance, competitiveness and enhance value/profit. The program will start February 15 and runs for only 16 days.
Learn skills needed to be effective contributors in production operations and achieve credentials that get employers’ attention. If you are already in the industry, improve your performance and obtain a higher-paying job within the industry. The Production Technician program is a competency-based training program designed to provide students with enhanced career opportunities in manufacturing. Students will be introduced to the concepts of process improvements and emphasizing the importance of quality and its role in company profitability and job sustainability.
This course prepares people to enter careers as a production technician, machine operator, packaging machine operator, assembly-line worker or assembly-machine operator. Often, entry-level production technician positions are the starting point for a new employee to advance within the company. In this role, you need to understand and perform tasks based upon setup or job sheets, processes and the use of technology. According to Career Coach, new workers could start around $41,000. Entry-level compensation typically varies between $30,000-$40,000 per year.
Students completing the course:
- are guaranteed a job interview.
- receive the North Carolina Manufacturing Certificate.
- are certified as a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt.
- are certified forklift operators.
- are certified in OSHA 10 safety.
Tuition scholarships are available. Full scholarships will be provided to the first eight applicants.
Act now, because class capacity is limited. To register for this course, visithttps://www.vgcc.edu/coned/productiontech/ .