Manufacturing Technician 1 (MT1)
A MT1 operates precision machinery, systems and processes. Typical skills expected in these positions usually include: CAD skills, computer-controlled machine programming, precision measurement, process and machine troubleshooting, problem-solving, machine maintenance and proficient use of diagnostic and statistical tools. These positions generally describe someone who has enough broad-based knowledge about a multi-step process to successfully troubleshoot and solve problems beyond the scope of typical “machine operators.”
The Manufacturing Technician 1 (MT1) certification program document individuals' mastery of the critical competencies required for modern manufacturing production and production-related occupations. The MT1 program addresses the core industry-wide skills standards required for skilled production occupations in all sectors of manufacturing. The core competency areas certified are: (1) Math and Measurement, (2) Spatial Reasoning and Manufacturing Technology, (Completed in Manufacturing Specialist Certification) and (3) Business Acumen and Quality.
Trainee Requirement Details
The course includes 36 hours of instruction and certification from the Manufacturing Skills Institute (MSI). Students must have successfully earned the Manufacturing Specialist Certification from the Manufacturing Skills Institute to qualify for enrollment in the Manufacturing Technician 1 Rapid Train Certification Program.
FastForward Financial Assistance Funding
Qualifying Virginia residents may be eligible for FastForward financial assistance, which could reduce the cost of tuition by two-thirds.
For more information and to register, please contact:
Robin Jennings, FastForward Career Coach
Kylie Hendrickson, FastForward Career Coach