Technical Skills Training

 Essential Skills for a Robust Workforce

 
With the changing role technology plays in the workforce, stay relevant and continue to build on your skills with a variety of valuable upskill options.
 
Include communication, leadership, or organization training and gain competitive skills you need in today's workforce.

 Upskill your employees with skills and knowledge designed to prepare or enhance employee's everyday office tools.

Computer Applications (word, excel and more)

 

Through MSSC certification, individuals who demonstrate mastery of the core competencies of advanced manufacturing production at the entry-level to front-line supervisor through successful completion of the certification assessments.

Key Activities: Safety; Process & Production; Quality; Maintenance Awareness

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Angela.Kelley@clinton.edu

Advanced Manufacturing Essential Skills provides students a comprehensive overview of principles and processes, while earning a micro-credential. 

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Angela.Kelley@clinton.edu

Cybersecurity, also known as Information Security, is the protection of data and personally identifiable information from malicious attacks, theft, and destruction. 

Mechanical Measurement and Quality Control gives students a solid foundation of knowledge and skill in performing measurements and calculations. Students learn to use precision measurement tools, such as steel rule, tape measure, protractor, micrometer, height gauge, various calipers and dial indicators.

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Angela.Kelley@clinton.edu

Develop skills and knowledge to effectively manage processes in manufacturing environments. Explore industrial electrical control systems, including programmable logical control (PLC), automation, robotics, and mechanical systems including hydraulics and pneumatics. 

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Angela.Kelley@clinton.edu

Improve the efficiency in your manufacturing processes and production.

Learn about safety in the manufacturing environment, from personal protective equipment to OSHA procedures and guidelines.

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Angela.Kelley@clinton.edu

 

 

 


LOCATION:
Moore Bldg., 1st floor
Room 139M
Phone: 518-562-4143


OFFICE HOURS

STAFF:

Community & Workforce
Development Specialist

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