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Career Enhancement Unlock your organization's potential. Customized Training Program Blue Ridge Community College leads economic development efforts in Henderson and Transylvania Counties through partnerships to deliver comprehensive assistance for attracting and locating new business and industry to our area as well as fostering existing business and industry growth. Blue Ridge Community College has and continues to partner with numerous organizations delivering quality professional training and development. Some of these organizations are All States Medical, Lassonde Pappas, Continental Automotive Systems, Daystar Machining Technologies Inc., Elkamet Inc., Excelsior Packaging, Gaia Herbs, General Electric Lighting Systems, Kimberly Clark Corp., Meritor Inc., Oskar Blues, PharmAgra Labs, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company and UPM Raflatac. How can your organization tap into these valuable resources? Are you: • Making an appreciable capital investment? • Deploying new technology? • Creating jobs, expanding an existing workforce or enhancing the productivity and profitability of your operations within NC? • Enhancing the skills of your employees? If so, your organization may be eligible for a Customized Training Project that could assist with a multitude of quality training and development opportunities to offset employee training costs. For more information, contact Shanda Bedoian at (828) 694-1756 or shandab@blueridge.edu. Advanced Manufacturing To register for the courses listed below, see page 46. For information about enrolling in the following courses, contact Monique at (828) 694-1744 or email moniquee@blueridge.edu. Please visit the BRCC bookstore to purchase required books and supplies before class begins. AutoCAD I Learn the essential skills and basic concepts of design and shape using AutoCAD. This course will emphasize visual concepts using simple drawings, printing and plotting. The course includes production and management of 2-D and 3-D design drawings. Please visit the BRCC bookstore to purchase the required book before class begins. DFT-8107-401 5:00PM-9:00PM M 1/23-4/10 4.8 CEUs $130 Schwartz Hend Co Campus SPRM 117 CNC Milling Center Operations Learn the programming, setup, and operation of computer numerical control (CNC) Milling centers. Course topics include programming formats, control functions, program editing, part production, and inspection. Upon completion, students will be able to manufacture simple parts using CNC milling centers. The students will also gain the necessary skills to sit and take the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) credentialing exam for CNC Milling. MEC-8021-401 12:00PM-3:00PM TTH 3/7-5/9 6.4 CEUs $186.30 Bagley Hend Co Campus SPRM 139 CNC Turning Center Operations Learn the programming, setup, and operation of computer numerical control (CNC) turning centers. Course topics include programming formats, control functions, program editing, part production, and inspection. Upon completion, students will be able to manufacture simple parts using CNC turning centers. Upon successful completion of this course you will have the knowledge and experience to take the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) credentialing exam for CNC Turning Center Operator. MEC-8020-401 12:00PM-3:00PM TTH 1/5-3/2 6.4 CEUs $186.30 Bagley Hend Co Campus SPRM 139 Excel in Manufacturing-NEW! Increase your skills using Excel Spreadsheets. This class is developed to address effective uses of Excel in manufacturing. Learn to prepare and understand reports that are developed on a manufacturing floor and how these reports correspond to the work area. Broaden your understanding and delve into the many uses of this popular program from gathering data to pivot tables this program will increase skills, knowledge and productivity. OST-8019-401 2:00PM-5:00PM W 2/22-4/12 2.4 CEUs $75 Hend Co Campus TEDC 302 6 6

Explore Advanced Manufacturing Explore the basic skills and gain an understanding of the new manufacturing workplace. You will be introduced to components of manufacturing and processes including materials, lean, measuring fundamentals and more! Prepare yourself to join today's manufacturing workforce with new skills and understanding. MNT-8008-401 8:00AM-12:00PM W 3/1-4/5 2.4 CEUs $76.30 McCallister Hend Co Campus SPRM 134 High Pressure Die Cast Production Skill-NEW! Gain the knowledge and understanding of the production skills needed to work in High Pressure Die Casting. You will learn about the production facility and gain specialized skills required when working with the materials used in production. Included will be a strong emphasis on safety. This course will include simulation software to enhance student learning. Please visit the Blue Ridge bookstore to purchase required materials. MNT-8012-401 8:00AM-5:00PM THF 2/10-4/7 12.0 CEUs $186.30 Staff Hend Co Campus SPRM 134 High Pressure Die Casting Tech Skills-NEW! Learn the technical skills needed to work in the High Pressure Die Casting workplace with this course. Training will focus on the technical skills involved in the production process including workplace automation and safety. Class will include lecture and hands-on component and simulation software to enhance student learning. Please visit the BRCC bookstore to purchase the required materials. MNT-8011-401 8:00AM-5:00PM THF 2/10-5/12 16.8 CEUs $186.30 Staff Hend Co Campus SPRM 134 Grow your Knowledge and Skills in Industrial Maintenance! Market driven “Industrial Maintenance” training provides one of the most dependable ways to develop the knowledge and skills you need to increase reduction and equipment uptime - reduce breakdowns - and lower your panic and stress! Our program will provide you the information and hands-on lab component to grow your expertise and confidence! You will have the opportunity to learn many areas associated with industrial maintenance such as electrical, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), machining, welding and HVAC. For more information contact Monuque Eaker at (828) 694-1744 or moniquee@blueridge.edu Meet our Manufacturing Technology Instructor dedicated to teaching coursework for local manufacturers and job seekers. Shawn McCallister has over 30 years in manufacturing, experience in ceramics, plastic molding, metal stamping and factory automation. He has been involved in design, development, testing and certification of electrical products. He has an Associates in Industrial Engineering from Western Piedmont Community College and Bachelor in Engineering Technology and Master in Technology from Western Carolina University. Career Enhancement For more information, call (828) 694-1735 or e-mail ewdce@ blueridge.edu 7

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