Career Skills Programs
Looking for a high wage career that’s in demand?
Perhaps you want to earn nationally recognized certifications?
Enroll in one of our training programs and learn the skills necessary to achieve nationally recognized certifications and earn college credits toward an associate degree along the way.
Machinist Technology/CNC: Machinists are involved in making almost every object you see – from nuts and bolts to clothing and furniture to car engines and airplanes. Learn how to use high-tech machines to turn raw materials into precise pieces in our program recognized by the National Institute for Metalworking Skills. Visit the Machinist Technology/CNC page for more information or to enroll.
Welding Technology: Welders are among the most in-demand occupations. Learn how to weld using a variety of welders and materials and earn American Welding Society certifications in the process. Visit the Welding Technology page for more information or to enroll.
Both programs feature hands-on practical experiences in a shop environment, guided by instructors who are certified in their fields.
Complete additional college requirements to earn a Certificate of Applied Science or an Associate of Applied degree Science through our partnership with Mountwest Community and Technical College.
Seating is limited.
The Marshall Advanced Manufacturing Center’s career skills programs are funded, in part, through $2.39 million Manufacturing, Aviation and Construction Skills Training Project, with $1,499,410 in funding from the U.S. Department of Labor – Employment and Training Administration. The other $890,256 is from non-federal resources.
Programs offered at the Marshall Advanced Manufacturing Center
Learn the skills you need to become an entry level machinist and earn a career-enhancing associate degree at the same time!
Learn the skills you need to become an entry-level welder and earn a career-enhancing associate degree at the same time!
If you’re considering online training for yourself or your organization, you want to make sure that it’s been developed by manufacturers, for manufacturers.