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Manufacturing Training at North Central CT's Community Colleges

The Machining, Welding and Electronics & Controls Technology programs at Asnuntuck Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center were developed in direct response to local and regional manufacturers and their ongoing need to find skilled workers.

Manufacturers need women and men with the skills sets provided in classrooms and computer and technology labs.  There are two great program recruiting now for classes beginning in January that can result in a long-term, well-paying careers:

  • Asnuntuck
  • Manchester

Enfield - Asnuntuck College

Stop by for a tour and discussion about the programs in CNC machining and welding with fabrication.  Paul will meet with you and assist you with all the paperwork to ensure your placement in either program for January.  Get started by calling (860) 253-3189.

“For more information about the Advanced Manufacturing Center at Asnuntuck Community College, contact Paul at (860) 253-3189, by email at pfelici@asnuntuck.edu, or simply stop by any day between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm.

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Their certificate and degree coursework is federally accredited and for credit and includes internships, placement assistance, and the possibility of federal aid.


Manchester - Manchester Community College

In the programs at  Manchester Community College, students learn about subjects that form a solid foundation for a career in manufacturing.

For more complete information, here is our flyer. 

Their certificate and degree coursework for both Asnuntuck and Manchester programs is federally accredited and for credit and includes internships, placement assistance, and the possibility of federal aid.  Both Community Colleges are recognized Advanced Manufacturing Centers.

This particular training is funded in part by a $15,000,000 Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.  This Program is an equal opportunity employer/ program.  Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.”