Manufacturing

manufacturing logo There are three Manufacturing YA pathways to choose. All three pathways require taking the Core Skills, Safety, and Manufacturing Fundamentals Units concurrently with the chosen technical skills units. The Manufacturing Processes Unit, Machining Unit, and Welding Unit may be repeated two times for a Level Two (two year) YA program provided different processes/equipment are trained and mastered.

Manufacturing YA Program Timeframe


Manufacturing Program Guide and Appendices

Manufacturing Skill Standards Checklist

Manufacturing YA Program Brochure

Manufacturing Required Skills

These units provide the employability, safety, and manufacturing basics skills foundation for working in the manufacturing industry.

Core Skills, Safety, and Manufacturing Fundamentals Units

Production Pathway

These program units provide the learner with skills necessary to work in any number of manufacturing facilities processing a variety of manufacturing materials provided that the competencies related to that sub-industry, material, and equipment used are allowable by Department of Workforce Development Child Labor Laws

Production Operations Management Pathway

This unit provides the learner with skills necessary to manage and maintain quality manufacturing operations.

Maintenance, Installation and Repair Pathway

This program unit provides the learner with skills necessary to work in heavy industrial equipment maintenance, repair and equipment installation and qualification operations.

Related Manufacturing YA Program Information

Audio Visual Resources

Certifications & Organizations




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