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Assembling Industry: Manufacturing Education (AIME)

"I wanted you to know that I had a positive experience in your class; that you made a positive difference for me as I shift my employment direction."

“Program is great and is an excellent opportunity for someone who is willing to make the commitment!”

-- former AIME graduates


Press Republican - Program readies workers to win jobs 

WPTZ - AIME program helps prepare North Country workers for manufacturing jobs

Looking to start a new career in manufacturing? AIME may be for you!

Employment Seminar included, interview with a variety of manufacturing companies.

Skills Covered: 120Hrs of training
(6 weeks)

  • OSHA for General Industry (10 hr course)
  • Lean 101
  • Hand and power tool use and safety
  • Precision Measurement
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Electrical Assembly
  • National Work Readiness Credential 


    » Courses are taught by Clinton Community College, CV-TEC and CITEC.
    » Interviews with a variety of manufacturing employers.
    » Successful AIME training gives you new or improved skills to get you hired.

      Information Session: February 24, 1:00pm-2:00pm
      Program Date: March 2, 7 - April 15
      Call for more information,  518-561-0430 ext. 3004

      To attend an information session or to inquire about grant funding, call Patty at 561-0430 ext. 3004.

      • Program fees include training, materials for class projects, and NWRC testing fee. 
      • Grant funding may be available.
      • Class size is limited to 20

      The AIME program is in partnership with the following