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- Aviation Maintenance Technology Training
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Boeing Pre-Employment Training
Assembly Mechanic: 408 hours of training; 40 hours per week for 10 weeks
Day Classes | 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.: Now accepting resumes for Spring classes
Assembly Mechanic Evening Classes: 408 hours of training
Evening Classes | 4:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. Monday–Friday and 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. every other Saturday: Next class willl start after January 2017
Composites Mechanic: 208 hours of training
Day Classes | 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.: Now accepting resumes for January 9, 2017 and Spring classes
For consideration into one of these programs a resume must be sent to Boeingtraining@stlcc.edu.
We are looking for mechanically inclined individuals and your resume should reflect that. Please be sure to add all skills, hobbies, tools, and work experience that would reflect your mechanical aptitude on the resume.
For additional information and details on the application process, please call the hotline at 314-539-5921.
Currently there is no cost to students to attend either of these trainings. All costs are covered by a combination of resources provided by Boeing, St. Louis Community College and the Missouri Division of Workforce Development.
St. Louis Community College’s Workforce Solutions Group and the Emerson Center for Engineering & Manufacturing formed a joint venture with Boeing, (with assistance from the State of Missouri Division of Workforce Development), to develop and provide a Pre-employment Training Program in order to create an ongoing pool of employee candidates for Boeing.
Boeing expressed a need for a trained workforce to be available as positions for Assembly Mechanics, become available due to attrition. St. Louis Community College and Boeing, through the local WorkKeys® Service Center, profiled this occupation. The data was used to assess potential candidates and to develop specific curriculum for the training program.
The College, in consultation with Boeing, established the required assessment scores for the training program. The WorkKeys® skills assessed are applied math, locating information, and reading for information. Only those students meeting the required assessment scores for each of these skills are considered for the program.
65 sessions have been completed since the training program started in November 2007. 427 students have completed the training program. 387 of the program completers have secured employment.
Assembly Mechanic: The training program provides 408 hours of instruction in aircraft assembly techniques including, accessing computer-based work instructions and teamwork.
The participants must complete all of the 408 hours of instruction. If at any point, they receive a grade below 75% they are removed from the program.
Upon completion of the training, participants receive a completion award for 408 hours of Assembly Mechanics Training. Representatives from Boeing will attend a class session and discuss the application and interviewing process. Students individually must then go online and apply for a job with Boeing.
Composites Mechanic: The training program provides 208 hours of instruction in aircraft assembly techniques focused on composite fabrication, assembly and repair, accessing computer-based work instructions and teamwork.
The participants must complete all of the 208 hours of instruction. If at any point, they receive a grade below 75% they are removed from the program.
Upon completion of the training, participants receive a completion award for 208 hours of Composites Mechanics Training. Representatives from Boeing will attend a class session and discuss the application and interviewing process. Students individually must then go online and apply for a job with Boeing.