Bristol Community College
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Massachusetts Technical Collaborative

FREE Manufacturing Training Courses at Bristol Community College

Courses offered through Bristol Community College through funding from the Center for Advanced Manufacturing.

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CAM – Effective Communication & Team-Oriented Problem Solving in Manufacturing

Free
with Beth Carter
Next available session starts September 14, 2022 at 8:30 am

Bristol’s Effective Communication Team-Oriented Problem-Solving class will help participants do just that. This class will provide tools and techniques to help individuals thrive in a dynamic team environment. Several workstyle, listening and communication assessments will be used to assist participants in gaining a better understanding of themselves and their communication style as well as the style of others. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the importance of listening, non-verbal communication as well as adapting to changing cultural norms to support individual and team growth.


CAM – Principles of Lean Mfg., Six Sigma/Bus. Process Improvement

Free
with Joe Barckett
Next available session starts September 9, 2022 at 8:30 am, runs for 4 weeks

Bristol’s Effective Communication Team-Oriented Problem-Solving class will help participants do just that. This class will provide tools and techniques to help individuals thrive in a dynamic team environment. Several workstyle, listening and communication assessments will be used to assist participants in gaining a better understanding of themselves and their communication style as well as the style of others. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the importance of listening, non-verbal communication as well as adapting to changing cultural norms to support individual and team growth.

Runs September 9, 16, 23, 30 from 8:30am to 12:30am via Zoom.


CAM – Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing

Free
with Paul Martin
Next available session starts October 18, 2022 at 9 am

This training is in concert with the methodology, symbology, and principles of the United States standards (principally ANSI Y14.5). Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerances is a means of specifying the geometry or shape of a piece of hardware on an engineering drawing. It is used as a communication tool for the design of the manufacturing cycle.

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MassHire Programs & Services are funded in part by US Department of Labor (USDOL) Employment and Training Administration grants as well as non-federal funded grants. (Additional details furnished upon request.)