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34001 NE Wagner Ct, Scappoose, OR 97056
971-722-1818 | Columbia County Rider

The Columbia County Center is PCC’s first physical location in Columbia County. The center hosts a range of educational opportunities, highlighted by the new Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Training Center.

Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Training Center

Andrew Lattanner, OMIC Training Center Director
Francois Wevers,
OMIC Industry Outreach & Training Coordinator
Shawna Bechtel, Lead Administrative Assistant

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Discover Manufacturing: An On-Ramp to PCC

PCC OMIC Training Center
July 19 – August 5, 2022
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday
9:30am-12 noon
No cost to participants

Learn more about the Discover Manufacturing class.

Sign up today by completing the interest form or contact Kali Giaritta with questions at mfgonramp-group@pcc.edu or 971-722-2175.

PCC’s Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Training Center (OMIC) is designed to inspire and prepare Oregon’s workforce for good-paying jobs and careers in advanced manufacturing through industry-driven training that meets the current and future needs of Oregon employers.

The OMIC Training Center is part of the Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center initiative, which brings together industry, academia, and government to address the problems facing Oregon manufacturers through a combination of applied research and development and workforce training. The unique collaborative model supports the development of innovative technologies, processes, and materials, as well as the skilled workforce needed to fill high-demand advanced manufacturing jobs.

The Training Center will offer a variety of manufacturing-related training programs ranging from traditional career and technical education training to apprenticeship models that combine on-the-job training with classroom and lab instruction. With an emphasis on craftsmanship, professionalism, and placing graduates into high-demand manufacturing jobs, students can complete an apprenticeship program and/or an associate’s degree or certificate leading to an advanced degree.

Classes at Columbia County Center

We work in close collaboration with industry partners to help close the opportunity gaps that prevent students from pursuing careers in advanced manufacturing.  Topics include career technical training, adult education, and more.  Contact an admission advisor to help you get started.

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