MACWIC Level 1-Online Instructor Supported Basic Manufacturing Skills Credential for Assemblers

Code: W21-526
Price: $0.00
Instructor: Chuck Lawrence & James Levesque
Day/Time: MON/THURS, 6:00-9:00
Start Date: March 8 - April 13, 2021.
Fees: FREE
Number of Class Meetings: 15 sessions + 45hrs online instruction + 2 field trips
-Recently graduated from high school 
-High School Senior, graduating with a high school diploma by June 2021
-Recently obtained  GED or HiSet  
-Currently enrolled in GED or HiSet preparation
-Have computer experience with 2D virtual gaming, online classes, and/or Zoom or Google Meet

MACWIC Level 1 will prepare you for the Basic Manufacturing Industry Recognized Skills Certification that will give employers a clear pictrue of the skills you have to work in a manufacturing technology workplace. Have you ever seen something and wondered how it is made? Are you interested in working for a small company that trains and promotes from within? Are you interested in a job where you operate a CNC Milling machine to take a piece of raw material and turn it into a finished part with precision technology for contracts with the space program, the medical field, precision tools industry, and more? The MACWIC Level 1 course is an introduction to manufacturing technology and includes basic math, how to read and interpret technical drawings and blueprints, metrology and quality inspection skills related to the precision parts making pocess, workplace safety, and workplace readiness skills. You will be meeting remotely with teachers during each class, using state-of-the-art software that combines multimedia such as true simulation, animation, and video with an easy-to-use Learning Manufacturing System (LMS) for a comprehensive interactive environment to train, assess, and certify. Field trips are planned to visit technology based manufacturing companies on Cape Cod and the South Shore Region (could be virtual due to COVID-19).

Upon completion of this training, students will be eligible for MACWIC Level 1 exam given at the end of the course. A passing score of 85% or more is required for certification. This course is a pre-requisite for the MACWIC Level 2 class.
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