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Industrial Credentials

OSHA Credentialing     

  • OSHA-10 and -30 General Industry credentialing is embedded in MET 2111 (Industrial Safety) as well as non-credit courses through Business and Community Services.
  • From the Department of Labor website: “Through this program, workers can attend 10-hour or 30-hour classes delivered by OSHA-authorized trainers. The 10-hour class is intended to provide workers with awareness of common job-related safety and health hazards, while the 30-hour class is more appropriate for supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility. Through this training, OSHA helps to ensure that workers are more knowledgeable about workplace hazards and their rights, and contribute to our nation's productivity.”

  • https://www.osha.gov/dte/outreach/generalindustry/

 NIMS Credentialing

  • Machining Level I credentialing is offered throughout the Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology concentrations as well as via non-credit courses through Business and Community Services:
    • Measurements, Materials & Safety (all courses)
    • Job Planning, Benchwork & Layout (MET 1022 – Shop Practices w/ Lab)
    • CNC Mill Operator (MET 2700 – CNC Milling)
    • CNC Lathe Operator (MET 2720 – CNC Turning)
  • From the NIMS website: “NIMS has developed skills standards in multiple operational areas covering the breadth of metalworking operations including metalforming, machining, and industrial maintenance. The Standards range from entry (Level I) to a master level (Level III). All NIMS standards are industry-written and industry-validated, and are subject to regular, periodic reviews under the procedures accredited and audited by ANSI.”
  • https://nims-skills.org/web/nims/3

 SENSE Credentialing

  • Level I (Entry) and Level II (Advanced) SENSE testing embedded in the Welding Technology concentration as well as via non-credit courses through Business and Community Services.
  • From the AWS website: “The AWS SENSE Program is a comprehensive set of minimum Standards and Guidelines for Welding Education programs. Schools can incorporate SENSE into their own curriculum in order to help attain Perkins funding as well as to help insure an education that is consistent with other SENSE schools across the nation. This program is fully supported by the American Welding Society (AWS).”
  • http://www.aws.org/