Certified Logistics Technician (CLT)
A Logistics Technician works with the world of supply chain and logistics. Logistics is the activity of transporting goods to customers.
Students learn the activities involved in handling materials through the supply chain including product receiving and storage, order processing, packaging and shipping, inventory control, handling hazmat, transportation modes, and dispatch and tracking.
The Tri-Cities area has many companies that require people with these skills and are waiting to interview students with these skills for current job openings. The CLT program is 11 weeks long (one quarter) and students that successfully complete the course receive nationally portable, industry-recognized certification.
Certified Production Technician (CPT)
The Certified Production Technician program prepares workers for high-performance, technologically-advanced production jobs in all sectors of manufacturing. Students learn critical work functions in the following areas: Safety (including intro to manufacturing and work-readiness skills), quality practices and measurement, manufacturing processes and production, and maintenance awareness. The Tri-Cities area has many companies that require people with these skills and are waiting to interview students with these skills for current job openings. The CPT program is 11 weeks long (one quarter) and students that successfully complete the course receive nationally portable, industry-recognized certification.
Troubleshooting for Technicians
This course is designed to boost the efficiency and effectiveness of troubleshooting by teaching today’s technicians a proven logical approach to solving problems. The course consists of both lecture and hands-on practice using computer simulations of industrial systems and related test equipment. Using the Path of Influence and Four-Step process along with the troubleshooting simulation, the technician analyzes the fault and chooses maintenance actions such as continuity tests, bench checking, and swapping that might correct the problem. The logic used is evaluated as well as the time and expenses incurred by the technician to solve the problem. This class provides approximately 22 hours of classroom training and is offered several times during the year to accommodate industry needs. Please call 509-542-4542 for a schedule of training.
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