The Alliance’s education curriculum and training programs are designed to meet the existing and emerging workforce needs of Hillsborough County manufacturers. We help learners of all ages and skill levels train for the most exciting opportunities in the field today and prepare for the advances of tomorrow.
These degree and certificate programs provide in-depth, hands-on training to prepare students for a rewarding career in manufacturing.
With curriculum aligned with those of the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) and American Welding Society (AWS), this program provides an accelerated pathway to a variety of manufacturing positions. Learn More.
Through this accelerated program, high school graduates, veterans, unemployed, and career changers will learn the basics of manufacturing in preparation for the nationally recognized Certified Production Technician (CPT) certification and a career in manufacturing. Learn More.
Develop a solid foundation and advanced knowledge of a variety of welding applications in preparation for AWS certification and a career in any of a number of welding fields. Learn More.
This twelve-month course develops the manipulative skills and technical knowledge required to pass entry-level employment qualifications for certifications or certification tests. Learn More.
To prepare for employment in industrial-machinery maintenance, students will gain hands-on experience using the procedures, equipment and tools that today’s manufacturers use every day. Learn More.
These efficient programs provide a basic introduction to specific manufacturing skills and prepare students for entry-level positions. Training is offered free of charge for students who qualify for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) subsidies.
This four-week course provides training and the opportunity to earn industry recognized certifications manufacturing employers require. Learn More.
Develop the basic level of knowledge to work towards an entry-level maintenance technician or helper through this three-week course. Learn More.
Get trained and ready for work in as little as seven weeks with this course that prepares students for an entry-level welding/fabrication position. Learn More.
You don’t need a four-year degree to get a manufacturing career off the ground. High school students can start developing critical skills and making even more critical connections with manufacturing leaders through these education and development programs.
Students build competencies in mathematics, science, engineering technology and other technical skills. Upon completion, they will earn the industry-recognized MSSC Certified Production Technician (CPT) designation.
Students prepare for employment or advanced training in a variety of occupations in the welding industry. They receive hands-on experience using cutting and/or welding processes that are in use by industry today.
Using industry-grade technology and equipment, students will develop computer numerical control (CNC) skills that are in high demand throughout the manufacturing sector.
To learn more about these Hillsborough County Public School programs, contact Lauren Walden at (813) 231-1876 or firstname.lastname@example.org
High school students will gain real-world experience at local manufacturing companies, working a minimum of 80 hours per internship and earning an hourly wage equivalent to or higher than the Florida minimum wage.
Campers will learn the basics of manufacturing, while experiencing the college environment, and working to obtain the nationally recognized Certified Production Technician (CPT) certification.
Campers will be exposed to a career-focused curriculum which offers an introduction to various manufacturing positions, tours of advanced manufacturing facilities and a review of how STEM principles apply to modern manufacturing.
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For information about these Hillsborough Community College programs, please contact Steve Conti at 813-253-7734 or email@example.com.
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