Contract Training Services Offered On-site and Off-site

Contract Training is a service we offer to help get your workforce trained. We'll guide you through the process of assessing your training strategies as they relate to your organizational goals and to provide you with training opportunities to reach those goals.

The Center for Manufacturing Technology offers onsite contract training services through out the New England area as well as classroom training held at our facility. You can choose from our list of prepared training programs or if your training needs are specialized and require a customized curriculum. Our professionally trained and certified Instructors will design a customized curriculum to meet your specific needs.

Your business can benefit from a training program customized especially for your employees by our skilled and experienced instructors. With diverse programs, flexible scheduling and employee certification, we can help strengthen the skills of your workforce and improve your bottom line.

Whatever your training needs are the Center for Manufacturing Technology is ready and able to meet those needs.


C010 - Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T)

I wanted to take a minute to thank you and your organization for preparing and conducting the GD&T training for our employees. Everyone of them came back on the very first day enthusiastic, excited and engaged! The enthusiasm did not change throughout the entire course, they have immediately applied the concepts learned in their day to day tasks.

We would love to send another group of employees to the same GD&T training.

Dianne Moulton
Director of Quality
Magellan Aerospace
March 8, 2016

C008 - Intro General Machine Shop Practices

At the Center for Manufacturing Technology I gained knowledge and experience in only 19 weeks that would have taken years to acquire. The hands on way of learning and vast knowledge that the Instructors are willing to share will be hard to find anywhere else. I now feel that I can make a difference immediately at not just a job but a career. The value that you can gain for yourself and your next employer is immense.  Highly recommend whether you want to learn a new skill or improve on what you have CMT is the place to go!

Joe Greco
August 20, 2014

C008 - Intro General Machine Shop Practices

"I cannot speak highly enough about this program. Starting with Joanna Dowling, who heads up the administrative side of this school. Joanna has extensive knowledge of the industry and knows well what employers are looking for in prospective employees. The instructors SangEng and Cosmo are the keystone to this program. Bringing decades of industry and hands on machining knowledge that could fill volumes. Associate instructors who teach blueprint reading, math, Mastercam and CNC help round out this team.  I looked into several schools before deciding on this one, as it is the only one that offers a complete, concise and well rounded course."
Charles Mussatti
April 16, 2014

C008 - Intro General Machine Shop Practices

"I am very grateful to have been a student of Center for Manufacturing Technology.  During my interviews I was asked by the Hiring Manager, Human Resources Manager and President of the company if the school is good quality or not.  My answers were “I have gained tremendous knowledge and skills from this school in a short period of time.  It was a hands-on work experience with intents of learning techniques and skills”.  The two companies I interviewed with offered me a position instantly. I would have never obtained a CNC position without the knowledge I gained from the school." 
Sean Taing
September 13, 2012

 C008 - Intro General Machine Shop Practices

“I can whole heartedly and with out reservation recommend the Center For Manufacturing Technology.
The instruction was in depth and  challenging; and upon graduation I had  a comprehensive overview of machine shop practise. That has proven to be must helpful for me and of great value to my employer.

Lastly I would like to mention the knowledge of the instructor was encyclopedic and more importantly they cared deeply about the progress of each individual student not only for the students sake but for the sake of the industry in which the student would soon be a practitioner.

Vincent Cherico
August 10, 2012

 C008 - Intro General Machine Shop Practices 
      “My training at the Center for Manufacturing Technology (CMT) has been fabulous for my family.  The skills acquired during my training enabled me to secure permanent, full-time employment just two weeks after graduation.  Now, after only three months with my current employer, I am a CNC operator, I often work on manual lathes and millers and I am being trained to complete CNC set-ups!  I have even continued my training, earning a certificate in CNC lathe programming.”

       “I would like to state that without the skills and knowledge acquired during my training at CMT, none of this would have been possible.”
Juan H.
July 18, 2011

C008 - Intro General Machine Shop Practices 
      The Center for Manufacturing Technology opened my eyes to how much I did not know about the machining trade. From day one we focused on shop math which was more challenging than I thought.
      Everything we learned in the classroom we applied in the training center shop.  Our instructors were patient and spent ample time to focus on our needs, teaching how to operate the shop machines safely and how to inspect our work with calibrated instruments.
      Today I am working at an engineered materials facility on the north shore. Within two weeks I was moved to the Quality/Inspection lab due to my familiarity with calipers, micrometers and height gages. I am in the process of learning a computerized measurement machine “CMM” to qualify parts for shipment. I believe my training and experience at “Center for Manufacturing Technology” opened the door to my new career.
Dan W.
June 25, 2011

C008 - Intro General Machine Shop Practices

      The instructors at CMT taught me how to read inspection tools. When I applied for my current job they actually made me measure some components to prove that I could do it. Before this course, I could not have. Myself and one other graduate from my class at CMT are now working together at a local manufacturer. We are both very happy with our jobs and we know that with more than 200 applications received, we would not have been hired without having taken the "Introduction to General Machine Shop Practices" course at the Center for Manufacturing Technology.
      I am very grateful for the time that my instructors spent working with me and I appreciate their teaching methods. If you are considering attending a precision machining program, you are definitely not wasting your time by taking this course.

Carmine M.  Lawrence, Ma
June 18, 2011

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