Continuing Education

Siemens promotes apprenticeships to train skilled workers

Apprenticeships are proven to work. Why don’t we use them?

Siemens has sponsored an outstanding article on The Atlantic, outlining the benefits of apprenticeship programs.

According to the article: Around the world, especially in Europe, apprenticeships are a mainstream, practical alternative to the four-year college track that still dominates the traditional American career path—even when that path has proven not to work for everyone.

Read more at this link.

Learn about the Manufacturing Showcase, coming to DCTC October 9.

For more information, contact:
  • Marlo Miller
    Training Coordinator,  Manufacturing and Technology
    651-423-8612

Manufacturing Showcase coming Oct. 9 to DCTC

Bridging the Skills Gap

In surveys, listening sessions and meetings, manufacturers throughout Minnesota have expressed their concern about the skilled worker shortage and its impact on their global competitiveness. Finding enough skilled workers is your greatest challenge.

MnSCU understands this challenge. You need a qualified and trained workforce. We have been working to develop innovative solutions to address the skilled worker shortage.

Join us on October 9th as we discuss the State of Manufacturing in Minnesota, and share solutions for your workforce challenges.

Agenda

7:15-7:30 Breakfast and Networking

7:30-8:15 State of Manufacturing in Minnesota with Bob Kill, Enterprise Minnesota

8:15-8:25 South of the River Training Solutions with Pat McQuillan, Center for Professional and Workforce Development

8:25-8:30 Delivering Consistent Training Across Your Entire Footprint with Sue Mueller, Global Corporate College

8:30 Campus Facilities Tour

RSVP

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO RSVP BY OCTOBER 1.

For more information, contact:
  • Marlo Miller
    Training Coordinator,  Manufacturing and Technology
    651-423-8612

Soldering training for employment begins Sept. 4

IPC Certification Can Lead to Better Job Opportunities

Our “skills-intensive” hand soldering courses are designed to put emphasis on accelerated skill development. DCTC offers a state of the art soldering laboratory.

The introductory course, starting September 4, is appropriate for those who want to learn soldering skills and those planning to go on to earn IPC certification. The A-610 certification course, starting September 26, prepares participants to inspect electronic assemblies.  The J-STD IPC certification course, starting October 18, prepares students to meet manufacturing industry requirements for high quality soldering interconnections.

Classes are Thursday and Friday evenings 5:30-9:30 and Saturday 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Register online or call Lea Schendel at 651-423-8279.

For more information about the Soldering Program, contact:
  • Marlo Miller
    Training Coordinator,  Manufacturing and Technology
    651-423-8612

Customized Training E-Newsletters

 

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For more information regarding our courses, please visit our website at  http://www.dctc.edu/continuing-education/

Amy Evanson
CT Information Systems Coordinator
651-423-8269

New Courses Planned for Fall

What’s New in Customized Training and Continuing Education

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The summer has brought many new courses and training opportunities offered by DCTC. New Online Professional Series and Importing 101 had their first classes run, just to name a few. Many new courses are on the horizon for fall as well as many corporate and customized training offerings. Check out our website for information regarding all of our new opportunities!

Amy Evanson
CT Information Systems Coordinator
651-423-8269