Project IMPACT

Innovations Moving People to Achieve Certified Training

Western Nebraska Community College

Western Nebraska Community College

Nebraska Diversified Manufacturing Technology Program offers certificates, diplomas, and degrees that are stackable toward nationally recognized and transferrable credentials for the industry. These courses are aligned with the nationally-recognized Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Certified Production Technician(CPT).

Choose one of the career paths:

  • Diversified Manufacturing Technology (DEMT)- Certificate
  • Diversified Manufacturing Technology (DEMT)- Welding Certificate
  • Diversified Manufacturing Technology (DEMT)- Welding Diploma

Diversified Manufacturing Technology Certificate


Complete the four courses below:

  • Introduction to Industrial Safety
  • Introduction to Manufacturing Technology
  • Introduction to Quality and Continuous Improvement (*)
  • Introduction to Maintenance Technology (*)
Courses denoted with (*) are offered through an experiential process, please email or call 308-630-6556 for more information

Diversified Manufacturing Technology (DEMT)

Welding Certificate


Complete the following pathway:

Diversified Manufacturing Technology Certificate

  • Introduction to Industrial Safety
  • Introduction to Quality and Continuous Improvement (*)
  • Introduction to Manufacturing Technology
  • Introduction to Maintenance Technology (*)
Courses denoted with (*) are offered through an experiential process, please email or call 308-630-6556 for more information

General Education Requirements:

  • WELD-1135 Gas Metal Arc Welding
  • WELD-1100 Shielded Metal Arc Welding
  • WELD-1090 Oxy-acetylene Welding
  • WELD-1125 Flux Cored Arc Welding
  • WELD-1110 Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding

Diversified Manufacturing Technology (DEMT)

Welding Diploma


Complete the following pathway:

Diversified Manufacturing Technology Certificate

  • Introduction to Industrial Safety
  • Introduction to Quality and Continuous Improvement (*)
  • Introduction to Manufacturing Technology
  • Introduction to Maintenance Technology (*)
Courses denoted with (*) are offered through an experiential process, please email or call 308-630-6556 for more information

General Education Requirements:

  • WELD-1135 Gas Metal Arc Welding
  • WELD-1100 Shielded Metal Arc Welding
  • WELD-1090 Oxy-acetylene Welding
  • WELD-1125 Flux Cored Arc Welding
  • WELD-1110 Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding

Plus:

  • WELD-1300 Blueprint Reading for Welders
  • WELD-1175 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
  • WELD-2180 Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding
  • WELD-2500 Welding Internship




  • Scottsbluff Campus

    Scottsbluff Campus

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About


Western Nebraska Community College (WNCC) is a public, open-enrollment institution of higher education offering associate degrees and certificate programs in academic, professional, and vocational/technical fields. We have campuses in Scottsbluff, Alliance and Sidney as well as offering classes online.

WNCC offers Associate of Applied Science degrees (AAS), Associate of Occupational Studies (AOS), diplomas, certificates, professional skills awards and coursework to qualify individuals for entry into employment or to enable individuals to remain current, to upgrade skills, or to acquire new skills.



Contact


Doug Mader
Workforce Development Specialist
Coordinator/Coach
308-630-6556

Locations


Scottsbluff

Central Community College
Metropolitan Community College
Northeast Community College
Southeast Community College
Western Nebraska Community College
University of Nebraska at Lincoln

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