[email protected] Manufacturing Programs

Do you work in the business? Then improve your opportunity for success and promotion. Check out our real work improvement programs.

All classes will be conducted at the [email protected] location, 430 North Main Street, Bristol CT 06010.
Call 860-314-4700 to register and for more details, or email us at [email protected].

Blue Print Reading – the working details

Are you familiar with manufacturing detailed Blue Prints, or do you think you are? Where is the scale and what does it mean?  Does that mean English or Metric dimensions? Our programs goes to the heart of Industry Blue Prints, what they mean, what they don’t say, and how to interpret them in the manufacture and inspection of precision products. Our class will look at reading and interpreting lines, views, and dimensions, and their application for the job.

January 28 – February 20, 2019 (M&W), 5 – 8PM     8 sessions           24 hours

Fee: $266

Instructor: Joseph Gosselin

OSHA 10 for Industry

Our OSHA 10-Hour General Industry course is designed to familiarize workers with OSHA standards as well as safety and health hazards common to the workplace. The program covers; Walking and Working Surfaces, Emergency Action Plans and Fire Prevention, Electrical Hazards, Personal Protective Equipment, Materials Handling, Machine Guarding and more

February 26, 27, 28, 2019 (T, W, TH), 5 – 8:30PM

Fee: $ 135

Instructor: David Stevens

Shop Math Review – the working numbers

To succeed need to know math for your job. Our programs is a shop math review from fractions to decimals, basic geometry, plain old arithmetic, necessary algebra for the shop, English to metric measures, and it all begins by measuring an inch on a scale.

(If you lack basic math skills this program may not be for you)

January 29 – February 21, 2019 (T&TH), 5 – 8PM

Fee: $ 266

Instructor: Ed Haire

GD&T – symbols in a box

Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) is define as communicating engineering tolerances. Our class presents GD&T and teaches you to understand those symbols on engineering drawings. Now is the time to understand what those symbols mean to the product you are manufacturing. Why make it wrong? Understand GD&T.

February 25 – March 20, 2019 (M&W), 5 – 8PM

Fee: $266

Instructor: Joseph Gosselin

Metrology – Quality Inspection without prejudice

This is a micrometer, this is a Vernier, this is a scale, this is a…. How many indicators will you find in one inch? This and more will be discussed and presented in a hands-on program dealing with inspection of manufactured parts. Surface plates, thread gauges, indicator stands, depth micrometers, dial indicators, optical comparators, and more will be presented. Leave with confidence that you can use quality control tools to verify your work.

March 5 – 28, 2019 (T & Th.), 5 – 8PM     8 sessions           24 hours

Fee: $266

Instructor: Ed Haire

Alphabet Soup of Manufacturing – why are the abbreviations so important?

Green Belts, JIT, Six Sigma, NIMS, abbreviations upon abbreviations. Programs and concepts upon programs and concepts. How does all this tie into manufacturing and how can I understands them and reach the goal for my company. This is the objection of our introductory program into the Alphabet Soup on Manufacturing. No longer is it just machining skills and reducing scrap that is necessary, now you need to understand those standards and objectives that all companies strive for to be successful in a very competitive world. In addition, you will be presented a solid introduction into the world of Lean Manufacturing.

Learn the language; learn the concepts; and it will help you succeed.

March 12 – March 21, 2019 (T&TH), 5 – 8PM

Fee: $133

Instructor: Doug Feest