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Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center


Visit the Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center to apply and train for manufacturing jobs. We offer resources for individuals seeking jobs and for companies looking for workers. Our services are free!

Open Jobs & Free Training!

Local manufacturers have jobs to fill with good pay and benefits. These employers prefer candidates with the Certified Production Technician (CPT) training, which is free and available now.

We are also offering the Manufacturing Training and Employment Connection (M-TEC).  M-TEC is a new, 2-week program where you can earn multiple certificates valued by manufacturing employers.

New CPT & M-TEC classes are scheduled for 2017. Please note: To qualify for this valuable, free training, you must first attend a brief Orientation Session. Call 502-276-9711 Ext. 4001 to register.  

The training can change your life, according to three recent CPT graduates. Click here to learn about the benefits of a career in manufacturing with GE Appliances and how to prepare to build your future today.

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Manufacturing Training for English Language Learners (M-TELL) can help you start a career pathway as a supervisor in manufacturing. Details >>>

Job Seekers –
Career counselors can help connect you with available manufacturing jobs. If you don’t already have the necessary skills for a manufacturing job, we offer the following help to get you ready.

Employers – The Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center is a single location for employers to advertise manufacturing jobs that will connect to the regional workforce system. It can provide assessment and training services for manufacturing employees to increase their manufacturing skills. Employers also can take advantage of opportunities to promote the manufacturing sector through marketing, outreach and programming.

Job Seekers and Employers – Get started today: call or visit the center:

Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center
(502) 276-9711
160 Rochester Drive, Building W
Airport Industrial Center
South Louisville
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Monday - Wednesday, 8:30 am – 5 pm
Thursday, 10 am – 6 pm
Friday, 8:30 am – 4 pm

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Who we are

The Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center is a partnership among Jefferson Community and Technical College, Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) Adult Education, JCPS Career and Technical Education, JCPS Iroquois High School Magnet Career Academy and KentuckianaWorks.

Short-term entry-level programs

Jefferson Community and Technical College (JCTC) offers several short-term, entry-level programs that will qualify job seekers and employed workers to take additional courses at JCTC or other area colleges to earn an advanced certificate or college degree.

Certified Production Technician Certificate

The training includes four separate courses and tests that cover safety, quality practices and measurement, manufacturing processes and production, and maintenance awareness. Earning this certificate qualifies you for entry-level manufacturing positions. The training prepares current employees for promotional opportunities and for more advanced study in the manufacturing area.

New CPT & M-TEC classes are scheduled for 2017. Call (502) 276-9711 now to register for an orientation class and start the process to qualify for this training.

Work-focused English as a Second Language instruction

This training is for job seekers with limited English language skills. The instruction includes manufacturing terms and vocabulary and will help prepare participants for earning the work skills certificates mentioned above. The service is provided by the Jefferson County Public Schools Adult Education program. Contact JCPS Adult Education at (502) 485-3400.

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