The purpose of the Certified Manufacturing Assistant program is to meet industry requirements for employees with essential knowledge, skills, and attitudes to successfully perform as entry-level workers in any manufacturing organization.
The SVCC Certified Manufacturing Assistant program is designed to train entry-level manufacturing employees.These would include machinery maintenance workers, repair workers, general assembly workers, and other entry-level workers. This certificate is an excellent introduction into any of Sauk's manufacturing certificates or AAS degrees.
To obtain employment in a manufacturing plant, most individuals will be required to possess a high school diploma or GED. A drug test has become customary in most manufacturing companies before hiring.
Program Contacts at Sauk Valley Community College
Counseling Office, 815/835-6208;
Larry Sileven, Associate Professor of Technology, 815/835-6221;
Loren Niemeyer, Assistant Instructor of Electronics, 815/835-6296.
The occupational code(s) below will help you identify possible career paths for this certificate program. Click on the code to view the occupational profile(s).
Estimated Program Cost
|Tuition and Fees||$681.00||$1,623.00||$1,791.00|
|Room and Board||$3,114.00||$3,114.00||$3,114.00|
|Books and Supplies||$363.96||$363.96||$363.96|
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|Completion rate at 150%||0||0||0|
Job Placement Rate: N/A
- Median loan debt for completers
- Title IV loan debt
- Private loan debt
- Institutional debt