Certified Production Technician Training

September 10, 2018 mpartain Blog

Certified Production Technician Training Page

Career Scholarship Program

The Career Scholarship Program is a comprehensive short term training course to prepare single mothers for careers as Certified Production Technicians. This is an intensive eight-week program that will consist of class at the Jefferson State campus and JCCEO Headquarters. Classes will also have extensive online learning assignments. *It is mandatory that students attend all CPT, Computer Lab and Job Skills classes.

The Scholarship includes:

Program Fees, Books (must be returned at the end of the program) and Transportation stipend.

What do Certified Production Technicians do?

Production Technicians are responsible for assembling and testing manufactured goods. They ensure that a quality product is delivered quickly and according to safety, environmental, and health procedures and regulations. These individuals set up, start up, operate, and shut down manufacturing equipment. They ensure products are working exactly as intended, and are free of defects or others issues. Production Technicians usually work as part of a larger team, frequently interacting with manufacturing and Quality Assurance personnel.

Program Dates/Class Times

September 24-November 15, 2018 – The Certified Production Technician program will consist of two tier courses taken at the same time. Scholarship recipients must attend both Tier classes.

Tier One: Certified Production Technician Training (CPT)

  • Days: Monday and Wednesday
  • Time: 9:00 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.
  • Location: Jefferson State (Jefferson campus)

Tier Two: Job Skills Training and CPT required online learning computer lab time.

  • Days: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
  • Time: 9:00 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.
  • Location: JCCEO Headquarters
  • * Career Counseling appointments may be required outside of class times.

Applicant Requirements:

  1. Single Mother
  2. High School diploma or GED
  3. Completion of JSCC TABE Assessment. After contcating us, an application will be sent to you for details regarding the TABE assessment. (The Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE) is a diagnostic test used to determine a person’s skill levels and aptitudes. It tests skills and aptitudes in reading, math, and English, as you’ll apply them in the workforce or classroom.)

Questions on how to apply?

Christine McLain
Career Counselor
Jefferson State Community College
cmclainjeffstate@gmail.com
Or
Hollis Johnson
Family Services Coordinator
Jefferson County Committee for Economic Opportunity
hjohnson@jcceo.org
(205) 327-7525

A Partnership of The Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham Jefferson County Committee for Economic Opportunity and Jefferson State Community College