This 25-hour hybrid course is a study of basic robotics in industry. Topics include introduction to industrial robots, industrial robotic arms, programming, and programming syntax and commands. The course includes an online (8 hours) and hands-on lab (17 hours) component.

This course is designed for local employers. Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

This 30-hour hybrid course covers mechanical transmission devices, including procedures for installation, removal, and maintenance of bearings, flat belts, V-belts, chains, gears and couplings. The course includes an online (10 hours) and hands-on lab (20 hours) component.

This course is designed for local employers. Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

This 45-hour hybrid course covers the basic technology and principles of hydraulic and pneumatic systems as well as maintenance on both systems. Topics include hydraulic history and operations, hydraulic pumps and motors, hydraulic pneumatic valves and cylinders and hydraulic pneumatic maintenance. The course includes an online (15 hours) and hands-on lab (30 hours) component.

This course is designed for local employers. Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

This 40-hour hybrid course focuses on electrical troubleshooting of various electrical components. Included in the course is proper and safe use of multimeters, troubleshooting voltage inconsistencies in motors, fuses, pushbuttons, contacts, breaker panels, and sensors. The course will also discuss troubleshooting power issues. The course includes an online (10 hours) and hands-on lab (30 hours) component.

This course is designed for local employers. Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

This 55-hour course is a study of programmable control systems with emphases on basic programming techniques. Commonly used terms, major PLC components, relay logic and PLC troubleshooting topics are covered. The course includes an online (20 hours) and hands-on lab (35 hours) component.

This course is designed for local employers. Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

This 30-hour hybrid course discusses the operating principles of Three-Phase power circuits, operation, calculations, and connectivity. Theory, operation, calculations, and various types of Single-Phase and Three-Phase transformers are covered. The course also includes different types, construction, and principles of operation of DC generators and motors, Three-phase alternators, and Single-Phase motors. The course includes an online (10 hours) and hands-on lab (20 hours) component.

This course is designed for local employers. Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

This online course covers the interpretation of technical drawings and diagrams for the following systems; electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic, refrigeration and HVAC, welding, and piping.

Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

Course DeliveryStart DateHoursPrice
OnlineStarts Weekly15$265

This online course is a study of basic electricity principles. Topics include electrical safety, atomic structure, Ohm’s Law, series, parallel and combination circuits, wire sizes, various types of Direct Current batteries, and Alternating Current circuits. This program is 100% online.

This course can include a hands-on lab component for local employers. Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

Course DeliveryStart DateHoursPrice
OnlineStarts Weekly25$575

This online course is the first step in learning the Six-Sigma methodology. Yellow Belt training consists of the following; Lean overview, Lean Six-Sigma principles, 8 Wastes, 5-S, the data driven quality strategy called DMAIC, Process Mapping, as well as the various Six-Sigma Tools. The Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification is awarded to participants who successfully complete this training. This course is 10 hours and students must complete the training within two weeks. Classes begin weekly.

Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

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The Simulated Work Environment or SWE is a closed loop manufacturing line that Caterpillar donated to Central Carolina Technical College (CCTC). Spanning 3000 sq. ft. the SWE is housed in Central Carolina Technical College’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology Training Center and is currently being used to teach Six Sigma Yellow Belt principles.

During the 8-hour interactive class, attendees experience three different rounds of the manufacturing process. After each round the teams reassemble and discuss Safety, Quality, Production, and Delivery goals. The instructors then work with their teams and use Six Sigma Yellow Belt principles to develop a strategy to improve the next round. A team can become significantly more productive at improving quality and production while decreasing safety issues.

Six-Sigma Yellow Belt Principles can be transferred to all work and education environments including: manufacturing, engineering, administration, schools, service and others. This learning experience is also directed at all levels of a company or organization and does not require any prior knowledge or experience of Six Sigma tools or techniques. Other than Six Sigma, the principles & practices learned during this hands-on, interactive session covers:

CCTC looks forward to using the SWE as a tool to help develop skills of current and next generation workers in our area. For information on the SWE contact CCTC Workforce Development Division at 803-778-6656.

Days Dates Time Hours Price
8:30am – 4:30pm 7 $299
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