Entry Level Industrial manufacturing technicians operate industrial production related equipment, work with manufacturing related tools, and perform work processes related to a wide variety of manufacturing settings. Industrial manufacturing technician apprentices will learn to set up, operate, monitor, and control production equipment. They will also help improve manufacturing processes and schedules to meet customer requirements. This apprenticeship training program combines on-the-job learning with related instruction in a classroom to prepare apprentices for journey level work after they complete the program.
25 completers per year.
Graduating students would become a pool of new-hire candidates and/or apprenticeship applicants for BYD. Pre-apprenticeship program would target local residents, veterans, and disadvantaged communities etc, and equip participants with entry-level skills and basic technical training in manufacturing processes, including maintenance and green production
18 month apprenticeship following a hydrid apprenticeship model and format.
264 hours of related instruction.
2736 hours of on the job learning.
Division of Apprenticeship Standards Transition-to-Trainer course at the end of the apprenticeship (8 hours are included)
Forklift certification as needed by specific employers.
OSHA 10 Safety certification
First Aid and CPR certification
Registered Apprentice with California Division of Apprenticeship Standards
High School diploma or equivalent
Employer Sponsorship & California Division of Apprenticeship standards signed contract.
Able to perform assigned job duties and tasks
Mechanical ability and aptitude as determined by employer assessment practices
|Course||Title||Units||Year / Semester|
Y1 or S1
|IMTA 110||Industrial Manufacturing Technician Apprentice I [420-510)||6.0|
|IMTA 210||Industrial Manufacturing Technician Apprentice II [420-512]||6.0|
|IMTA 112||Mathematics for the Machine Trades [420-711]||2.0|
|IMTA 212||Communications for Apprentices [420-712]||2.0|
|IMTA 225||Transition to Trainer: Your role as a journey worker [455-455]||0.5|
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Votes were certified on 04/30/19
Laureano Flores · 04/29/19
Margaret Lau · 04/30/19
Harriett Happel · 04/30/19
Debbie Newcomb · 04/30/19