Celebrating Manufacturing Day 2021!
Manufacturing Day – MFG Day – helps show the reality of modern manufacturing careers by encouraging thousands of companies and educational institutions around the nation to open their doors to students, parents, teachers, and community leaders.
The annual and nationwide celebration gives us a tremendous opportunity to spotlight our innovation and all of our diverse initiatives to support women, veterans, students and workers through skills training programs, community building and career advancement in manufacturing.
MFG Day is an initiative of The Manufacturing Institute, with the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association as a founding partner.
The Chaffey College InTech Center provides manufacturing companies in the Inland Empire with accelerated, short-term training solutions that are designed to increase efficiencies, enhance employee productivity, reduce costs, and close the skills gap that can hamper organizational growth and competitiveness.
Our not-for-credit training programs range from technical manufacturing programs that include industrial electrical and mechanical technician programs, mechatronics, and welding to professional skills programs that include the topics of leadership, communications, performance improvement, and business skills. Learn more about our employer services.
“FabFitFun sends employees to the Chaffey College InTech Center to get certifications as industrial mechanical and electrical technicians.”
The InTech Center provides hands-on, accelerated education to enhance an apprentice’s on-the-job training. Through this experience, an apprentice will be able to achieve journey-level status in two – four years, becoming an expert in their trade.
For employers who are struggling to find skilled workers, competency-based apprenticeships provide a pipeline of well-trained, qualified candidates. Registered apprenticeships combine curriculum and on-the-job training that prepare trainees for today’s workplace. Learn more.
The Chaffey College InTech Center’s industrial electrical and mechanical pre-apprenticeship and intro to welding training programs are designed to meet the industry demand for entry-level workers in manufacturing, distribution, and other industries that use advanced technology in plant operations.
Participants in the state registered pre-apprenticeship will receive instruction in industrial electrical and mechanical trades, industry process math, mechanical drives, blueprint reading, troubleshooting industrial controls, hydraulics, pneumatic controls, oxyfuel cutting, and an introduction to industrial automation. Upon successful completion, students will receive a certificate from the Division of Apprenticeship Standards.
Participants in the welding program will receive instruction and hands-on training in shielded metal arc welding/gas metal arc welding, as well as earn the chance to receive an American Welding Society (AWS) qualification.
Get Started Today! Sign up for our next info session that takes place on Wednesday, November 3.
Take a Video Tour of the InTech Center—our 33,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility that provides apprenticeships programs and incumbent worker training for students and employers in the Inland Empire and beyond.
Troy Brown: Industrial electrical & mechanical pre-apprenticeship program participant
Rachel Wolfe: Welding program participant
This project received $6,632,881 (44% of total) from a grant awarded under the TAACCCT program as implemented by the U.S. Department of Labor. This project is an equal opportunity employer/program with auxiliary aids and services that are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.