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SPRING 2020 COURSES

Tunxis Community College offers degree and certificate programs in Advanced Manufacturing Technology, CAD, Lean Manufacturing and Manufacturing Electro-Mechanical Maintenance Technology.

Classes currently offered at Tunxis@Bristol:

GD&T – Symbols In A Box

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) is defined as communicating engineering tolerances. Our class presents GD&T and teaches you to understand those symbols on engineering drawings. Now is the time to understand what those symbols mean to the product you are manufacturing. Why make it wrong? Understand GD&T.

Feb. 25 – March 19, 2020 (T/TH) 8 sessions (24 hours)

Instructor: Joseph Gosselin                                                Fee: $266

Shop Math Review – the working numbers

To succeed need to know math for your job. Our programs is a shop math review from fractions to decimals, basic geometry, plain old arithmetic, necessary algebra for the shop, English to metric measures, and it all begins by measuring an inch on a scale. (If you lack basic math skills, this program may not be for you.)

Feb. 25 – March 19, 2020 (T/TH) 8 sessions (24 hours)

Instructor: Staff                                                                                     Fee: $266 

ISO Audit Training in Review

Are you an ISO auditor? Do you need a review to recall all those idiosyncrasies of an audit? What were those ISO standards from last time? How does all this help quality and insure a more efficient system? Then improve customer satisfaction while maintaining industrial standards? If it has been awhile or if you need a review to sharpen your skills then our short class is for you.

Feb. 11 – Feb. 20, 2020 (T/TH) 4 sessions (12 hours)

Instructor: Doug Feest                                                                        Fee: $150 (includes book)

Introduction to Lean Manufacturing – What are those yellow lines for?

Introduction to Lean provides an overview of the history of Lean Manufacturing, the theory, objectives, and the tools necessary for Lean manufacturing success.

Feb. 25 – March 5, 2020 (T/TH) 4 sessions (12 hours)

Instructor: Doug Feest                                                                        Fee: $150

Introduction to Auto CAD

An introduction to the techniques of generating graphic images with computers, using AutoCAD. Topics include: overview of CAD technology, computer technology, hardware descriptions and requirements, file manipulation and management, two- dimensional geometric construction, symbol library creation, dimensioning, scaling, sectioning, plotting, detail and assembly drawing including tolerance studies.

Dates: March 24 – April 21, 2020 (T/TH) 8 sessions (24 hours)

Instructor: Joseph Gosselin                                                Fee: $266

To Register Call 860-314-4700

All Classes held at Tunxis@Bristol, 430 North Main St Bristol CT

FALL 2020 COURSES

Naugatuck Valley Community College offers several degrees, certificate programs and individual courses in Engineering, Technology and Manufacturing.

Fourslide Machine Technology

Beginning on January 28 to March 31 – Tuesdays from 5.30-8.30 pm at Bristol Technical Education Center 431 Minor Road, Bristol, CT 06010.
$600 per participant – Only 20 seats available. Class minimum 10 seats.

50% Reimbursement for qualified companies!

NESMA is working closely with NVCC to provide this course and is involved with the course planning, instruction and machines to use.
We want to encourage participation from the Spring & Metalstamping Community to develop the next generation employee’s skills.

For more information download the flyer – click here

SPRING 2019 COURSES

Goodwin College offers several degrees, certificate programs and individual courses in Technology, Supply Chain, Quality and Manufacturing. We offer training in our state-of-the-art manufacturing center in East Hartford or, if you prefer, we can come to your facility – with our Advanced Manufacturing Mobile Training Lab.

For details or a complete list of our training programs, visit www.goodwin.edu/training or contact Melanie Hoben at MHoben@goodwin.edu.

Please click the link below to view a short video with testimonials from our clients regarding our Incumbent Worker Training workshops:
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SPRING 2019 COURSES

Bristol Technical Education Center provides a diverse student population with a safe environment that promotes community interaction and student learning, which is engaging and prepares them for business and industry as entry-level professionals.

Click here to download the “Careers in Manufacturing” brochure.