CPT CertificationCertified Production Technician (CPT) is an industry-led standards-based training, assessment and certification system focused on the core skills and knowledge needed by the advanced manufacturing workforce. Foundational areas of certification include: safety, quality, manufacturing processes and maintenance awareness.
What can becoming a Certified Production Technician do for your career?
- Improve career advancement opportunities and earnings
- Give you an Industry recognized certification
- Gain skills employers want to hire
- Develop job-ready skills with multiple paths in manufacturing
CPT Program Overview:
Certification includes four modules: Safety, Quality, Manufacturing Processes and Maintenance Awareness
Safety Awareness Module - 22 hours, 6 sessions
- Using Hand Tools & Basic Machine
- Supporting Safety in the Work Environment
- OSHA 10 Hour
Quality Practices & Measurement Module - 24 hours, 8 sessions
- Quality Practices I - Audits, Inspections, & Documentation
- Quality Practices II - Corrective Action, Continuous Improvement, Trends
- Quality Measurement I - SPC Basics
- Quality Measurement II - Measurement & Tools
Manufacturing Processes & Production Module -27 hours
- Manufacturing Processes I - Needs, Resources & Setup
- Manufacturing Processes II -Goals, Assignments & Workflow
- Manufacturing Processes III - Monitoring, Compliance, & Distribution
Maintenance Awareness Module - 27 hours
- Basic Mechanical Knowledge
- Basic Electrical Knowledge
What do I need to do to get signed up today?
- Baseline Session. Contact Debbie Spears at CBIZ email@example.com or call (319) 313-1918 to get signed up for a baseline session.
- Take the NCRC exam
- Training. Based on pre-assessment scores (taken during the baseline session) students will either sign-up for the fast-track or the instructor-led path of course work.
- Certification. Take & pass certification exams!
NOTE: Individuals may register to take the CPT or NCRC exams independently of the coursework.