CT Manufacturing Centers Initiative

Report
Connecticut
Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Centers
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Advance Manufacturing Technology
Centers
Asnuntuck Community College
Enfield
Housatonic Community College,
Bridgeport
Naugatuck Valley Community College,
Waterbury
Quinebaug Valley Community College,
Danielson
**Statewide Replicated Program
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Mission of the Connecticut Advanced
Manufacturing Centers
The mission of the Advanced Manufacturing Centers is to offer
a variety of credit and non-credit certificate courses in
advanced manufacturing for:
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incumbent workers,
displaced workers,
returning veterans,
current community college students,
adult education students, and,
technical/comprehensive high school students.
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The Advanced Manufacturing
Certificate
Manufacturing Machine Technology First Semester
Course
Credit Hours
Introduction to CAD
3
Blueprint Reading I
2
Manf. Machinery – Drill Press & Saw
1
Manf. Machinery – Grinding
2
Manf. Machinery – Bench Work
2
Manf. Machinery – Lathe I
2
Manf. Machinery – Milling I
2
Manf. Machinery – CNC I
2
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Manufacturing Machine Technology Second Semester
Course Name
Credit Hours
Manf. Math II
3
Blueprint Reading II
3
Principles of Quality Control
3
Manf. Machinery – Lathe II
3
Manf. Machinery – Milling II
3
Manf. Machinery – CNC II
3
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Additional Competencies
• Students earn 576 hours of related instruction toward an
Apprenticeship.
• Students earn their OSHA 10 Certificate during their AMC
manufacturing program.
• Continuing in the tradition of a statewide replicated model
of the Asnuntuck manufacturing programs.
– Asnuntuck Community College is a NIMS accredited site.
– The three new Centers began to offer stackable credentialing
opportunities through the National Institute of Metalworking
Skills (NIMS), Fall of 2014.
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Examples of CT Manufacturers
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United Technologies Corporation
Pratt & Whitney
Sikorsky Aircraft
PEP Lacey
Preferred Precision
Moore Tool
Barden Corporation
Orange Research
And many others from all regions throughout the State of CT
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Compare meaningful ways to strengthen and
enhance connections with industry
• Greater Involvement with Partners – Do they have a say? YES!
• Partners
• Review and assist with the curriculum
• Industry advisory committees: Statewide Committee,
Subcommittee Meetings (monthly, quarterly)
• Engagement – willingness to hire
• Partners commit to support credentials, internships,
faculty externships, scholarships
• They support with time, energy and money
• Real-time involvement re: curriculum, recruitment, retention,
planning (Phase II), hiring, other related personnel issues
• Modification of program from two certificate to one year 7
Opportunities to strengthen the
manufacturing pipeline
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Continued investment
Advanced Manufacturing Centers
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National Institute of Metalworking Skills
NIMS
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Competency based skills assessment tool that meet the industry standards for
metal working skills.
• Advanced Manufacturing Technology Certificate program, in which all students
have the opportunity to achieve a (minimum) the following four (4) NIMS
credentials upon graduation:
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Measurement, Materials, and Safety
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CNC Milling Operator
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CNC Turning Operator
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Job planning, Benchwork and Layout.
• Towards Machine Level I – NIMS credential (11 total)
• Graduates- of the program earn nationally recognized portable stackable credential
• Employers -have a tool to differentiate between skilled and unskilled workers
before hiring.
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Advanced Manufacturing Centers Enrollment Data
June 2014
Level I outcomes as
outlined in MOUs
between BOR and
the Colleges
Students
Enrolled Fall
2013
Level 1 Fall 2013
Student
Completions
Student
enrollment
Level I spring
Students
Complete
Level II Spring
2014__________
Student
completed
Level I Spring
2014
Graduates
Internships
Employed
summer
of 2014
Industries
employed
All AMCS
Top 10
Industries
employing
graduates
Housatonic CC
33
30
29
26
13
22
Naugatuck
Valley CC
44
38
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21 in level I
38
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17 level II
34
27
30
Quinebaug
Valley CC
51
47
47
44
28
41
Asnuntuck
CC
196
181
181
109
18
99
TOTAL:
323
327
323
213
86
192
Tool and Die
General Mfg.
Aerospace
Stamping
Automotive
Medical Device
Plating
Molding
Construction
Comm lighting
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Advanced Manufacturing Centers Enrollment Data
Fall 2014
Advanced
Manufacturing Centers
Student
Enrollment
Fall 2014
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Student
Enrollment
Spring 2014
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Students who
graduate
Students Employed Summer
2015
These include
students in first
semester, 2nd
semester and parttime students in the
credit certificate
program
Housatonic CC
44
Naugatuck
Valley CC
57
Quinebaug
Valley CC
30
Asnuntuck
CC
200
TOTAL:
331
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