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We are an approved remote testing facility for

AWS Certification


Advanced Manufacturing Training Center Courses (AMTC)

Registration begins in November for spring 2017 classes


Training is taught in a blended format of classroom, lab,

and an additional online learning component.

Participants will learn the skill of Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW). This course will also introduce the student to GMAW and GTAW. Additionally, after successful completion of all class testing, students will receive an AWS qualification in the 1" 4G and 3G welds. All welding training is aligned to AWS D1.1 standards, with an AWS certification offered to students. $3895 (includes all necessary equipment, books and materials, except helmet) Certification Fees separate


Monday/Wednesday - 5:30pm - 9:30pm - CRN: 29080

and alternating Saturdays - 8:30am - 5:00pm

January 30 - May 17, 2017


Tuesday/Thursday - 5:30pm - 9:30pm - CRN: 29305

and alternating Saturdays - 8:30am - 5:00pm

January 31 - May 16, 2017



CNC Machine Operator - MEC 212

Training is taught in a blended format of classroom, lab,

and an additional online learning component.


Become a CNC Machine Operator and begin to open doors to the world of

computerized machining.

Long Island companies are in high-demand of qualified CNC Machine Operators

Machining students will be offered the opportunity to earn both the NIMS CNC Mill Operator 1 and Lathe Operator 1 certificate, the nationally recognized National Institute for Metalworking Skills certification. $3895.00 (includes books and materials)


Tuesday/Thursday - 5:30pm - 9:30pm - CRN: 31099

and alternating Saturdays - 8:30am - 5:00pm

January 31 - May 16, 2017



To apply for Welding or CNC Machine Operator: non-degreed student

You may register at Suffolk County Community College for the Welding and CNC course in the same way that you can register for any other course: by coming to any of the three campuses and registering in person or online.

New students registering online, must follow the new non-degree student application procedure before registering. Use this form only if you have never attended or applied to SCCC, and you wish to take classes without being admitted to a degree program.
Prior applicants can register immediately online. If applying in-person, go to the Registrar department. 



G-Code CNC Programming (30 hours)

Lathe and Mill Programming Classes

G-Code Programming students will learn to use the language to operate CNC machinery such as mills and lathes. Simulators will be utilized to learn and perform the programming tasks. $400.00 (5 sessions)

Requirement: basic shop math

To register: application_mfg_non-credit.pdf


G-Code Mill (MEC115): October 15, 22, 29, November 5, 2016

Saturdays (4 sessions) - 8:30am - 4:30pm


G-Code Lathe (MEC120): (check back for Spring Schedule)

Saturdays (4 sessions) - 8:30am - 4:30pm


Mastercam (MEC136)

A computer-aided manufacturing software most commonly used by machine technology professionals. This course will cover creating 2D drawings and part programming using Mastercam to create CNC code for machining centers. $400


Monday/Wednesday, 5:30pm - 8:30pm

September 26 - November 16, 2016

To register: application_mfg_non-credit.pdf


Soldering Techniques (MEC140)

Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies

Students will learn the requirements of J-STD-001 and related standards as they apply to operators and inspectors involved in the assembly of products. Participants will be offered to test for the IPC J-STD-001 Specialist certification.


 February 21 - April 11, 2017 - CRN: 32056

Tuesday/Thursday, 4:30pm - 8:30pm


J-STD 001 - Recertification class (MEC138)

8:30am - 4:30pm (two Saturdays)


To register: application_mfg_non-credit.pdf

Companies call for for customized quote


IPC 610

Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies

Improve skills and ability to discriminate between acceptable and unacceptable electronic assemblies - TBD 

IPC 610 Certification and Recertification class

8:30am - 4:30pm (two Fridays)


To register: application_mfg_non-credit.pdf

Companies call for customized quote



This course provides the student the introduction and overview of the rework and repair procedures of printed boards and electronic assemblies. The content will meet or exceed 7711/21 standards. Students will be given a completion certificate, testing for IPC is not included in this class. (grant-funded, if qualified)


Tuesday/Thursday, 4:30pm - 8:00pm

To register: application_mfg_non-credit.pdf

Check back for upcoming fall schedule


 If interested in either of the classes below, FMP, AutoCAD for Industry, or PLC, please send in completed application and we will contact you with details.

Fundamental Machining Processes (MEC118)

This course teaches the individual the basics of manufacturing math, measurements, blueprint reading, shop floor safety, operation of manual milling, lathe machines and introduction to design software for CNC machining. Grant funded (if qualified)

October 5 - December 19, 2016

Monday/Wednesday, 5:30pm - 9:00pm

To register: application_mfg_non-credit.pdf 

Check back for spring schedule



AutoCAD for Industry (MEC125) 

The objective of this course is to introduce students to the drafting techniques and functions of AutoCAD, and how to apply those concepts to general and advanced technical drawings. This class will introduce the 3D capabilities of AutoCAD, utilizing knowledge of 2D Computer Aided Design and add the Z axis of 3D. This course will also provide the student with an advanced look at AutoCAD that will allow them to learn new and better ways of accomplishing the task at hand with better speed and accuracy. Grant funded (if qualified)

October 4 - December 13, 2016

Tuesday/Thursday - 5:30pm - 8:30pm

To register: application_mfg_non-credit.pdf

 Check back for spring schedule



This introductory course is designed for those who will maintain automated production/assembly lines. It provides the technician with the basic tools for the analysis and diagnosis phases of the troubleshooting process, thus reducing costs associated with prolonged downtime.

Training is performed on Allen-Bradley and Festo modular controller systems.

Grant-funded (if qualified)

Tuesday/Thursday, 5:30pm - 9:00pm

To apply and register: application_mfg_non-credit.pdf

Check back for upcoming fall schedule


Fluid Power (Hydraulics and Pneumatics)

This basic course is designed for Mechanics and Engineers who work with fluid power systems. The objective is to provide the student with the ability to design and interpret basic fluid power schematics which is a key component in developing systems

troubleshooting skills.


Training is performed on Allen-Bradley and Festo modular controller systems. $400

(Inquire for upcoming class) 


To register: application_mfg_non-credit.pdf


Attention Companies - Looking to Save $$$ in Down-time


Programmable Logic Controllers and Fluid Power classes are also available to companies with mechatronic technicians, maintenance mechanics and engineers.


Inquiry if you are looking to contract any of our training for your employees

We can customize where applicable


Other courses available for contract training



Program Staff:

Amy Mueller-Seal, Director

Laura Galletta, Program Coordinator

Michael Whelan

Michele Goonan


For more information regarding these programs please call: (631) 851-6200 or email:


Looking to train your employees with customized training?

The Advanced Manufacturing Training Center can provide customized contract training to suit company needs - please inquiry to find out more about your specific training.