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Manufacturing Production Technician

Are you ready for a career instead of a job? If the answer is yes, then the Manufacturing Production Technician program may be a great way to get your foot in the door to start down a career path in the Manufacturing Industry.

Production Technicians are a stepping stone to careers in manufacturing. With an estimated 7,467* people employed in manufacturing positions by 2028 in the Wilmington area, now is the time to get the training needed to begin your career and prepare for long-term opportunities in the manufacturing industry.

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“As the owner and CEO of a manufacturing company, I am both excited and impressed with CFCC’s Manufacturing Production Technician program. They have really hit the ball out of the park with the curriculum and opportunities that this program will provide! With over 350 manufacturers in the Cape Fear area companies will be lining up to interview graduates from this program. Having a pool of individuals that have such an in-depth knowledge of the skills required to succeed in a manufacturing career is an incredible opportunity for both the new hires and the company’s employing them.”

Michael McWhorter, CEO, Mojotone

“Establishment of the Production Technician Program is crucial for the needs of businesses in our area. The training offered in this program will provide foundational skills for the local workforce that can be applied across many industries. This will open doors to rewarding careers for students, while providing a needed pipeline of talented, well trained individuals for our companies.”

— Jim Flock, General Manager, HSM Machine Works

“I’ve been in this industry for over 5 years. I started in the production department, and now, a few promotions later, I’m an important member of the Quality Department. My time in this industry has taught me that a lot of the myths like “They’re not high paying”, or “they’re filthy jobs”, are super untrue. They do, in fact, pay well and offer great benefits. Now is the perfect time to take advantage of these opportunities.”

— Sam DiGregorio, Lead Inspector

What You’ll Get

The course is designed to develop skills and knowledge of critical competencies required for modern manufacturing and other production-related occupations.

Some of the skills students will learn include:

  • Lean Manufacturing Concepts
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Manufacturing and Production Processes
  • Hand Tools/Small Power Tools
  • Fasteners and Fittings
  • Shop Math/Precision Measurement
  • Machine Physics
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Power Sources
  • Industrial Maintenance
  • Fundamentals of Troubleshooting

Students have the opportunity to earn the following certifications as part of the class:

  • Forklift Certification
  • OSHA 10

Program Schedule and Information

Details 12-week hybrid course (online and in-person training)
Course Location Weekly online content
Tuesdays – 6-9 p.m. online meeting with instructor
Thursdays -6-9 p.m. hands-on training at the CFCC North Campus

OSHA 10 Training (In person for 4 total days from 6-9 p.m.)

Forklift Training (In person for 2 total days from 6-9 p.m.)

CCFC North Campus
4500 Blue Clay Road
Castle Hayne, NC 28429

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