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Daytona State College’s Manufacturing Fast-Track Program can help you start building a technical career that offers good pay and growth opportunities.
Group 3 – Machining:
CPT: January 14 – January 31 – Tue, Thu, Fri - 8am – 3:45pm (Testing: Friday Feb 7th-14th)
CNC: February 17 – March 28 – Mon-Fri - 8am – 3pm
RESERVE YOUR SEAT NOW! Don’t miss out!
For more information contact Dean Howe, 386.506.3379 or Randy White, 386.506.3317 for more information!
Broward to offer veterans training program for manufacturing jobs
Certified Production Technician (CPT) training program.
Tuesdays and Thursdays Nov. 12, 2013 through Feb. 4, 2014 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.
10230 Ridge Road
New Port Richey, 34654
St. Petersburg College
12/12/2013, 5-7pm, Downtown Campus, Room DC-127
1/16/14 Downtown, DC317 5pm
1/21/14 Midtown, TBA 5pm
1/30/14 Clearwater, ES316 5pm
To register please click link below:
Students from local high schools visit Southern Manufacturing Technologies
From left to right, Geraldine Klonarides, Associate Dean Computer Science/Engineering Technology, Dr. Ed Henn, Interim Dean of Bachelor of Applied Science, Dr. Avis Proctor, North Campus President, Adriana Fazzano, Assistant to College President, Robin Swanson, Florida TRADE Program Manager, and Mildred Coyne, AVP Career and Technical Education.
Broward College FL TRADE team touring the plant of NIPRO Diagnostics and evaluating education opportunities for its employees and Broward College students.
As veterans' needs change so do college services
Daytona State College
Advanced Technology Building
5:00 pm, Dec. 5th, 2013
For more info click below:
Florida Manufacturing’s Future Boosted by a Team Effort