Connecticut offers an exciting array of careers in manufacturing. Want to know that you are contributing and have a part in the production of something vital to our everyday lives? Frontline supervisors, machinists, computer numeric controlled machine operators and programmers are all high growth demand opportunities. Inspectors, testers and quality technicians are also in demand. Whether you want to launch a new production career or expand your current opportunities for advancement, NVCC has resources to support your goal.
NVCC is proud to offer a wide variety of certificate programs, courses, workshops and customized training to meet the needs of the manufacturing industry. These offerings may prepare the participant for NIMS certifications, offer College credits, build new skills in specialized production processes or support leadership advancement.
CONNECTICUT MANUFACTURING INNOVATION FUND APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM
The Manufacturing Innovation Fund (MIF) Apprenticeship Program provides financial assistance to Connecticut manufacturers that have a Registered Apprentice Program and to approved Apprenticeship Related Instruction Training Providers. The fund is administered by the Connecticut Department of Labor and funded through the Department of Economic and Community Development's Connecticut Manufacturing Innovation Fund.
NVCC is an approved Apprentice Related Instruction Provider and is prepared to support manufacturers in their efforts to train registered apprenticeship workers in the appropriate skills to meet current and emerging market needs and occupational skills. A registered apprenticeship combines a structured work schedule of on the job training together with related classroom instruction.
NVCC offers an expanded array of topics approved for apprenticeship related training. The course tuition is reimbursed from the fund for qualified and registered apprentices, that meet the terms and conditions of the apprenticeship agreement. There are funding limits per apprentice for related training costs.
Please contact Keri Lamontagne at 860-263-6129 or via email for additional information or assistance with the program.
Conveniently offered at Naugatuck ValleyCommunity College and Bristol Technical Education Center.
Fall 2021 Schedule and Forms
- 4042- Fourslide Machine Tech - Starts October 5 -Bristol
- 4041- Intro to Spring Coiler - Starts October 7 -Bristol
- 3435-Blueprint Reading I - Starts September 16 -Waterbury
- 3850-Blueprint Reading II - Starts November 18 -Waterbury
- 3706-CAD 2D - Starts August 26 - ONLINE
- 3723-CAD 2D - Starts August 30 - Waterbury