Manufacturing Workshop


1. Fit Assessment

Length: 5 minutesComplexity: Standard

The "Fit Assessment" is designed to give you an overview of what manufacturing can be.  Most employers are looking for people with good problem-solving skills who are able to "think outside the box".  Math skills are important, but so is a good work ethic and the ability and willingness to learn new things.  People who can multi-task are much more employable.  Also, previous experience is a bonus, but the type of experience is key.  Take the assessment and then check out the manufacturing workshop or workshops that interest you.  We're sure you'll find a "fit"!

2. Quality Control Inspector

Quality Control Inspectors insure that manufactured products are completed according to industry standards and customer requests.

3. Electrical Maintenance Technician

Complexity: Standard

Electrical Maintenance Technicians provide all required support, including preventative, predictive and corrective maintenance to production line machinery, support equipment and facilities.

4. Tool & Die Maker

Complexity: Standard

Tool & die makers are a class of machinists who make jigs, fixtures, dies, molds, machine tools, cutting tools, gauges and other tools used in manufacturing processes.

5. CNC Machinist

Complexity: Standard

CNC Machinists use precisely programmed commands to operate automated machine tools - computers play an integral part of the control.

6. Welding

Complexity: Standard

Welding is a fabricating or sculptural process that joins materials, usually metals or thermoplastics.

7. Mechanical Maintenance

Complexity: Standard

Mechanical Maintenance deals with maintaining, repairing and/or overhauling mechanical, plumbing or electrical devices.

8. Fabricator

Complexity: Standard

Metal fabricating is the process of building metal structures using cutting, bending and assembling processes.

9. Production Worker

Complexity: Standard

Production workers help fabricate, assemble and test parts and products.

10. Lead Supervisor

Complexity: Standard

Lead Supervisors manage, direct and lead other team members to meet specific goals established by the employer.