Launch a Career

A clear pathway to a career in manufacturing.
Next Class Starts: March 23rd

The AIME Program allowed me to broaden my horizons in the manufacturing industry by providing me with useful skills and certifications. I would recommend the program to anyone looking for a new career or a boost in an existing one.

John G.

I believe the AIME program gave me a lot of information on the manufacturing process I wasn’t aware of, as well as the opportunity to get certifications that companies look for, which I otherwise wouldn’t have been able to get.

Dakota B.

The AIME program, OneWorkSource, and ETS in Plattsburgh have been great for me. They’ve helped me a lot with resumes, cover letters, and the job search!

Andrew T.

8 Week Training Course

Get a behind the scenes look at modern manufacturing. ​Modern manufacturing is highly technical, including robots, automated machinery, and ample screen technologies. Witness some of these technologies in action, and see the opportunities that exist.
OSHA 10 will provide you with awareness of common job-related safety and health hazards. Your OSHA 10 Certification will ensure potential employers that you are knowledgeable about workplace hazards and your rights.

The National Work Readiness assessment uses real world scenarios to measure value creating relationship skills. ​Your National Work Readiness Credential will ensure potential employers that you have the skills to add value on the front-line.

Manufacturing is a hands-on, minds-on environment. Get inspired to be a part of the movement with hands-on projects integrated throughout the course.

At the conclusion of the course, participants will have the opportunity to sit down and interview one-on-one with several of the top manufacturers in the area.

A comprehensive training on the use of hand and power tools.

Hands-on electrical training, focused on proper techniques, identification, interpretation, processes and troubleshooting.

Drawings training focused on assembly drawings. Including identification, views, dimensions, tolerances, cutting and more.

Hands-on technical measurement training for modern manufacturing.

Industry standard crimp training focused on the thriving transportation industry. Training includes proper selection and verification.

How Much Does It Cost?

That’s the best part! Grants cover the tuition costs.

Don’t qualify for a grant? Not to worry, we will help you with scholarships.

About AIME

​Since its inception in 2010, AIME (Assembling Industry: Manufacturing & Education) has been preparing and training individuals throughout the North Country for new opportunities, aiming to provide a clear pathway to a career in manufacturing.

As the local manufacturing industry continues to flourish and grow, it is imperative that our community partnerships and pathways grow with it. With the help of local industry feedback, AIME continues to institute a variety of updates for upcoming courses.

AIME would not be possible without our dedicated partners: CV-TEC, Clinton Community College and ETS Staffing, Recruiting, Consulting.

Clinton Community College

CV-TEC at OneWorkSource

Contact

CV-TEC
Amy Burdo
518.561.0430 ext.3091

ETS, Inc.
Amber Parliament
518.562.4673

Clinton Community College
Angela Kelley
​518.562.4143