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Advanced Manufacturing-related Training Offered by DCCC

Delaware County Community College continues to offer advanced training in manufacturing-related skills for your current and prospective employees.  For more information on three  exciting opportunities, please click on the programs below. include:

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Computerized Numeric Control

Process Control Technician

Scholarships and reduced tuition for MACC/DC member employees may be available.


For further information on the many other manufacturing-related programs, or to tour the College’s state of the art facilities, please contact:


Karen P. Kozachyn Ed.D.
Dean, Workforce Development and Community Education.
Delaware County Community College
901 South Media Line Rd
Media, PA 19063
Office T202
Voice: 610.359.5362
Fax: 610.359.5054


DCCC’s FREE Electro-Mechanical Technologies Certificate Program

Funded By a Grant From JP Morgan Chase

Funded By a Grant From JP Morgan Chase

Electro-Mechanical Technician Jobs Are in Demand
Manufacturing employers right here in southeastern Pennsylvania are having difficulty finding a highly skilled workforce.


Not only are these jobs open and in high demand, they’re also high-paying. At Delaware County Community College, we’re prepared to train you for a career as an Electro-Mechanical Technician, so you can help meet industry demands right in your backyard.


Our Electro-Mechanical Technologies Certificate Program can be completed in less than a year and will help you transition seamlessly into a career in advanced manufacturing technology. Classes are available in Delaware County at the Marple Campus and in Chester County at the Exton Center.


• Align, fit and assemble component parts using hand tools, power tools, fixtures, templates and microscopes
• Analyze and record test results and prepare written testing documentation
• Install electrical and electronic parts and hardware in housings or assemblies using soldering equipment and hand tools
• Read blueprints, schematics, diagrams and technical orders to determine methods and sequences of assembly
• Repair, rework and calibrate hydraulic and pneumatic assemblies and systems to meet operational specifications and tolerances

Gain Skills Related to:

Electronics Mechanical devices Instrumentation equipment Pneumatics
Hydraulics Industrial computers Sensors Automated Systems

Training Grants Available

Through the generosity of JP Morgan Chase, the Delaware County Community College Educational Foundation is pleased to offer training grants support to selected students choosing to pursue a program of study in Electro-Mechanical Technologies. The grant will complement any financial aid for which a student might be eligible, or meet expenses for students not eligible for financial aid. Regardless, the intent is to ensure students can complete the Electro Mechanical Technologies program for free. Training grants will be renewable for students who are able to make satisfactory academic progress in their studies. Right click here to Apply Now »

Certificate of Competency

The Electro-Mechanical Technologies program is designed to prepare students for employment as Electro-Mechanical Technicians who assemble, install, troubleshoot and/or repair mechanical, electrical and fluid power systems. The program includes instruction in electrical controls and programmable controllers, manufacturing and operational testing, as well as system analysis and maintenance procedures.


ELT 204 Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers
IST 105 Industrial Systems Drawings Interpretation
MAT 110 Technical Mathematics I
MTT 108 Mathematics for Occupational Technologies
TEL 101 D C Analysis
TEL 102 A C Analysis
TEL 110 Electronics I
TEL 200 Electro/Mechanical Systems
TME 115 Basic Technical Skills

Learn How the NTMA Apprenticeship Program Can Help your Business

Enrollment is now open for new apprentices in NTAP-CNC Machinist courses for the Spring 2017 semester.  Other apprenticeship programs will be added in 2017.

A Fact Sheet and Information Flyer are attached for your information, below:



Information sessions can also be scheduled for any interested companies.

To apply, companies and apprentice candidates must complete some limited application/ documentation forms.  Courses in this program may be eligible for the reduced tuition program offered by Delaware County Community College to members of the MACC/DC. More information about this reduced tuition program is available here:


Please take advantage of this new opportunity!!

For more information, please contact:

Clara Console
Choice Careers LLC

Advanced Manufacturing Career Training with DCCC

Please see the attached flowchart outlining the FREE or reduced cost training opportunities for MACC/DC Member employees or prospective employees that follow a path from:

  • Pre-employment (pre-apprenticeship)
  • New hire training
  • Incumbent/ Semi-skilled training
  • Incumbent/ Skilled training
  • Apprenticeships, (in conjunction with NTMA)

For further information, please see:     dccc-advanced-manufacturing-training

For courses eligible for this program for Spring 2017, please see:


Or contact:

Karen P. Kozachyn Ed.D.
Dean, Workforce Development and Community Education.
Delaware County Community College
901 South Media Line Rd
Media, PA 19063
Office T202
Voice: 610.359.5362
Fax: 610.359.5054

Platform to Employment®

Helping the Long-Term Unemployed in Chester County Return to Work

Live in Chester County? Are you unemployed?

Have you exhausted your unemployment insurance?

Platform to Employment (P2E) helps eligible long-term unemployed (27 weeks or longer) persons return to work while helping area companies address the need to find skilled workers. P2E will be offered in Chester County in early September 2015.
• Five (5) week classroom-based program
• Provides a support system of career development tools, workshops, and successful job search strategies
• After successfully completing the classroom program, participants will be assisted in finding a job where their future employer can take advantage of wage subsidies paid for by P2E

Limited Space, Subject to an Independent Selection Process


Funded by the Chester County Board of Commissioners and
Chester County Workforce Development Board