Those who are employed in the construction industry work predominantly on construction sites and are typically engaged in aspects of the industry other than design or finance. The term includes general construction workers, who are also referred to as laborers or specialized trade members. These jobs include electricians, carpenters and plumbers. Successful students will be “Core One” certified through NCCER upon completion of the course.
Machinists use machine tools, such as lathes, milling machines, CNCs, and grinders, to produce precision metal parts. Machinists work in machine shops, toolrooms, and factories. Machinists set up and operate a variety of machine tools to produce precision parts and instruments. Machinists may also fabricate and modify parts to make or repair machine tools or maintain industrial machines, applying knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining procedures. Students will have industry credentials in machining upon completion of the course through NIMS– National Institute of Metalworking Skills
A welder is a tradesperson who specializes in fusing materials together. Opportunities in the welding field are endless and can be extremely rewarding. Due to the fact that welding is widely used in construction, manufacturing and many other industries, employers have a constant need for skilled welders. Welding is an important part of our nation’s growth and stability. Upon successful completion of this program, students will have attained American Welding Society credentials
90 Day Machining to Employment Program
Tech After Hours 90 Day Machining to Employment Program is designed to assist highly motivated job seekers secure a position with a local company in the rapidly growing manufacturing field. Within their first 90 days of class, candidates will complete pre-requisites in order to qualify for the interview/hiring process with HR representatives. If a suitable match is found, and as a condition of employment, newly hired employees will be required to complete the year-long TAH Machining course while working full time for a local manufacturer.
Machining student requirements: within the first 90 days of the Tech After Hours Machining Program, students will successfully:
- Complete OSHA 10 certification
- Complete NIMS Measurement, Materials and Safety test
- Complete soft skills training
- Have no more than two (2) absences/tardies to class
Employer Assurances: if the candidate meets the above requirements within the first 90 days of class, the employer will:
- Review the candidate’s resume
- Offer the candidate a tour of their facility
- Offer the candidate an interview
Conditions of Employment: if the candidate is offered employment by the manufacturer, the candidate agrees to:
- Submit to a drug screen
- Continue in the Tech After Hours program for the next nine months (to completion)
- Abide by employer’s rules and regulations for employment
If any of the above conditions are violated/unfulfilled, the employer retains the right to terminate employment.