Business & Beyond
Safety Training – Reduce Back Injuries/Ergonomics
Grant funds are still available for construction! Your business may qualify for free training. Our CCE instructor provides training, materials, and insight into practical tips to help prevent injuries. Trainings are funded by the MIOSHA CET Grant.
Call (231)348-6613 to schedule FREE ergonomic training for your construction business.
SKILLS TRADE TRAINING FUND
Any questions, please call 231-348-6613 or email CCEfaq@ncmich.edu.
CCE offers customized job skills training for companies with programs tailored to meet specific individual and industry needs. CCE training provides:
- Skills to match high-demand fields
- Training on current technology and equipment
- Hands-on experience-based learning
- Convenient schedule and location
- Certification of Completion recognized by industries
- CNC training
CCE can partner to offer customized training in the Industrial Fabrication Lab located in the Technology Building on North Central’s campus in Petoskey or in the mobile Fab Lab. The only one of its kind in Northern Michigan, the 44-foot trailer contains 12 state-of-the-art computers loaded with design software Surfcam, Mastercam and AutoCad, a Haas OL-1 CNC lathe turning center and a Haas OM-1A milling center.
Please call 231-348-6613 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange customized staff training at your location.
North Central Michigan College, in collaboration with Northwest Michigan Works!, and the Little Traverse bay Bands of Odawa Indians- SEEDS project, is offering its workforce development training module for Intro to CNC (Computer Numerical Controlled) Machine Operation. Financial assistance may be available. For more information, contact CNC Career Specialist, Angie Ross, at 231-439-6265. These “Just in Time” trainings are designed to meet the immediate hiring needs of local employers. The curriculum is uniquely targeted to teach the most in-demand skills.
ERGONOMIC SAFETY TRAINING
CCE’s Ergonomics - Safety Training is designed to educate individuals on how to prevent injuries among workers who do a range of motion on their jobs.
Do you repeat the same task throughout the workday? Are work areas awkward or stationary positions? Do you lift heavy or awkward items, use excessive force to perform tasks or are you exposed to excessive vibration or extreme temperatures? Then, this training is for a workforce like yours.
Eligible businesses include accommodations, construction, hospitals and long-term health care. The CCE instructor will bring the training, materials and practical tips. We invite you to call CCE at (231)348-6613 to schedule free ergonomic training at their location. The MIOSHA CET Grant funds training.
Northern Michigan’s Lean Learning Consortium is a member-based support network for those pursuing LEAN. Lean methods used in manufacturing, health care, hospitality, offices, education and many environments dramatically increase productivity and provide the teamwork atmosphere that encourages greater employee retention and participation.
North Central Michigan College’s Corporate & Community Education Department (CCE) and the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center – Northern Lower Michigan (MMTC) are pleased to bring the Consortium to Emmet, Charlevoix and Cheboygan counties.
Become a member of North Central’s regional group of professionals committed to sharing ideas and learning best practices in the discovery of Lean principles. Membership provides all the Lean Learning Consortium privileges in any event in the state of Michigan.
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In partnership with the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center.
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LEAN LEARNING CONSORTIUM EVENTS
CCE offers monthly Lean training, consulting and networking opportunities through the Lean Learning Consortium of Emmet, Charlevoix and Cheboygan.
The meetings are held from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. at various locations, unless otherwise noted.
lEAN MANUFACTURING CHAMPION CERTIFICATION
North Central Michigan College’s Corporate and Community Education department is offering Lean Manufacturing Champion Certification to area businesses. This six-month training will include tools for facilitating change, seeing waste in current processes, building more effective teams, increasing productivity while reducing stress, and improving the quality of services or products delivered to your customer.
The trainings will be on Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Trainings will be held in various manufacturing facilities in the area.
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In partnership with Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center.