Business & Industry
Are you looking for training on a specific topic or skill? Utilize NCMC instructors and facilities or tap into our network of training providers.
A variety of career and technical skills, leadership, quality, OSHA, computers, soft skills, personal development, and other subjects are available in credit and non-credit formats.
Do you need a specific skill set for your employees? See if NCMC can adapt or design a short-term program or certificate to meet your goals.
Credit for Prior Learning opportunities might provide pathways for individuals to earn credit gained through military service, specialized training, or by proficiency assessments.
Newly developed short or mini-courses include topics in soft skills, safety, quality, manufacturing essentials, math, and mechanical skills. Give us a call if you are looking to skill-up new hires or re-train incumbent workers. A customized delivery approach can be tailored to your specific needs.
Missouri One Start Customized Training Program
The Missouri One Start Customized Training Program offers eligible companies financial assistance for training customized to meet their specific needs as they look to increase productivity, increase quality, introduce new technology or add new products.
The state program is operated by the Missouri Department of Economic Development. NCMC administers the program in our 16 county region. We will develop the application, provide the training if requested, and manage the administrative process throughout the delivery of your training initiatives.
For more information on Missouri One Start training opportunities, please visit MissouriOneStart.com
New! Advanced Manufacturing Training
Manufacturing is a hot industry in Northwest Missouri, and it’s not just about assembling parts. Local employers are looking for people who enjoy solving problems, working in teams, and mastering technical skills ranging from welding to robotics. There are many high-paying, high-skill jobs available right now in the area for prepared candidates. Take a first step with these training programs available through North Central Missouri College.
Applied Mechanical Skills Certification
In 12 weeks or less, learn how to do basic industrial machinery repairs including welding and cutting. Earn credit for Industrial Mechanics and Applied Welding I.
Applied Electrical Skills Certification
In 16 weeks or less, learn the basics of electricity and the equipment that makes industrial motors start and stop. Earn credit for Basic Electricity and Motor Controls.
Multi-Skill Maintenance Certification
Complete both the Applied Mechanical Skills Certification and the Applied Electrical Skills Certification to earn a Multi-Skill Maintenance certification in 28 weeks or less, giving you skills that many area employers need!
Manufacturing Technician I
Even students with no prior knowledge of manufacturing can prepare to be employable in positions such as materials handler, team assembler, or basic machine operator. Completers of this program will earn an OSHA 10-hour safety credential and test to earn the MSSC Certified Production Technician credentials in Safety and in Quality Practices and Measurement. Students completing this course may progress to the Manufacturing Technician II course.
Manufacturing Technician II
This program gives student who have previously completed the Manufacturing Technician I program further skills and abilities to be employable at a manufacturing facility. Students completing this course will test to earn Certified Production Technician credentials in Manufacturing Processes & Production and Maintenance Awareness.
$3000 per course. Qualifying students may be eligible for full or partial financial aid.
Business and industry representatives from throughout the region offer input directly into the curriculum of many of our programs. Being responsive to current needs and staying in touch with changes and new industry developments and trends is important for our programs. Please contact us if you might consider providing your expertise as part of one of these program specific groups.
For more information on any of the above programs please contact:
NCMC Director of Corporate and Business Relations
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (660) 357-6278.