Chautauqua County Education Coalition Event

Event Details

Presentation

June 13, 2017 9:00am - 12:00pm

512 Falconer St
Jamestown, NY 14701


Please join us on June 13 from 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Manufacturing Technology Institute @ Jamestown Community College to hear an information session about the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council Certified Production Technician & other resources related to manufacturing training needs.

The intended audience for this meeting is:
• Manufacturing representatives
• Skilled trades representatives
• Secondary School Administration & Technology/STEM curriculum coordinators

Lunch will be provided.

Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC) - Certified Production Technician
Information Session

Meeting Agenda and Itinerary
DATE
June 13, 2017
9:00 – 12:00 p.m.

LOCATION
MTI @ Jamestown Community College
512 Falconer Street, Jamestown, New York

Session Objectives
1. Chautauqua County Education Coalition and IET Pathway Development Overview (Justin Hanft)
• What led us here today?
2. Cummins JEP (Lori Jafarjian)
• How the MSSC CPT fit their organizational needs
3. University of Buffalo – TCIE (Gary Simon & Pete Baumgartner)
• MSSC CPT Overview
4. JCC Continuing Education (Grant Umberger)
• CPT role & other program training opportunities
• Resources to support training projects
5. American Apprenticeship Initiative –United Way Buffalo (Holly Hutchinson)
6. Workforce Development Institute (Mike Laberta)
• Resources to support training projects


For More Event Information
Justin Hanft
716-969-6014
jhanft@educoalition.com

About Chautauqua County Education Coalition

Manufacturing is part of the backbone of a thriving economy. Meeting the demand for skilled and trained employees in the manufacturing field is why JCC’s Manufacturing Technology Institute exists. With facilities located on our Jamestown and Cattaraugus County campuses, MTI provides students with the equipment and programs needed to train for careers in advanced manufacturing. Many in the current manufacturing workforce will retire within the next decade, leaving a void for businesses that rely on skilled employees. Our small class sizes, meaningful programs, and new equipment give you the ingredients to develop and refine your skills. In one-year certificate programs, you are trained to take your knowledge to the manufacturing field and be confident in your abilities on the job. Or you can opt for a two-year degree program and transition quickly into a career or transfer to a four-year institution.

http://educoalition.com/