The Workforce Development Center (WDC) has the training you need in today’s advanced manufacturing environments. Our hands-on programs use state-of-the-art computerized manufacturing equipment and are taught in an accelerated format to help students begin a career in the field, or advance in their current workplace. Many programs can be directly applied to degree and advanced certifications.
Offering short-term credentials and certifications, customized training, and assessments, we train face-to-face either on our campus or at your site. We also provide a combination of online and hybrid (face-to-face and online) learning options.
A program providing training in the various polymer and metal 3D printing processes, along with industrial applications of Additive Manufacturing (AM).
An introductory course designed to provide the foundations of training needed for a high-demand position as a Chemical Operator in the manufacturing industry.
A continuation of Chemical Operator 1, this program covers advanced topics related to chemical processing and plant operations.
The CNC Machine Tool Operator program provides fundamental training on how to operate CNC machines. The program prepares students through hands-on training and machining of various components.
A continuation program of CNC Machine Tool Operator (MO1). This program focuses on in-depth programming of computerized numerical control equipment utilizing simulators, coupled with the operation of a CNC machining center and CNC lathe.
The industry-recognized, nationally portable CLA and CLT credentials help prepare individuals for careers in the rapidly growing and changing world of global supply chain logistics.
Professional Development opportunities to compliment the skills of you or your staff, such as Supervisory Management, Project Management, LEAN training, and more.
Safety is key in the Workforce. The Workforce Development Center’s Center for HazMat Rescue and Safety offers training that is OSHA mandated to help protect organizations and employees.