Welcome to the Center for Manufacturing Technology; we are a Career and Technical Education (CTE) training facility specializing in Machine Shop Training. Our curriculum offers certificate based training and specialized programs in Advanced Manufacturing.
After 19 weeks you’ll be prepared for a rewarding career in Advanced Manufacturing. Train with us and learn from top industry professionals in the fields of Machine Shop Practices, Certified Machine Operator, CNC Programming and Basic Shop Safety. Our courses are designed to provide the student with clear concise classroom lectures and hands on labs which will maximize your learning potential. The Center for Manufacturing Technology will provide you with hands on training using CNC Milling, Lathe and Grinding as well as Manual Milling, Lathe and Grinding machines which are used by today’s industry professionals. Our flexible course schedules offer day and evening classes; with our online training you can complete your classes anywhere at any time.
Take a moment to view our Curriculum and you may find a program that will start you on your way to a new career.
At the Center for Manufacturing Technology we’re “Training the Future of Manufacturing”
Current Grant Programs
TRAIN Grant Program
The Training Resources and Internship Networks (TRAIN) grant program was launched to address the need of long-term unemployed adults seeking workforce readiness training and industry relevant skills to support their reengagement in the workforce.
TRAIN leverages partnerships between Massachusetts Community Colleges, the Labor and Workforce Development system (MassHire Regional Workforce Investment Boards and Career Centers), and other agencies of state government, to align an array of available “wrap-around” support resources.
Metro North WIOA Youth Grant Program
In program participants must be 18 – 24, not be attending school, and must be eligible to work in the US. Participants must live in the Metro North Region including the cities of Cambridge, Chelsea, Revere, Winthrop, Medford, Malden, Everett and Somerville. Training slots available in popular topics, free of charge, to eligible individuals.
Express Program (Workforce Training Fund)
This program addresses smaller-scale training needs by making training slots available in popular topics, free of charge, to eligible businesses. Businesses with 100 or fewer Massachusetts employees that contribute to the Workforce Training Fund are eligible to access free training through the Small Business Direct Access Program.
Individuals who are employed and currently working in manufacturing that need training are eligible for free training through the Small Business Direct Access Program.