Rapid-Training Career Programs
Looking to increase your employability or enter a new career quickly?
Our short-term and rapid training options provide students with the skills needed to enter positions in less than two months.
Students in these programs do not earn college credits. The programs are industry-focused and hands-on, providing the direct training that allows program graduates to succeed in their new fields.
Our short-term and rapid training programs are below. Visit their websites to learn more and to enroll.
Rapid-Training in Technical and Trade Areas
|CNC Operations||160-hours skills program||Guidesheet||Website|
|Electrical Apprencticeship Program||Apprenticeship program||See website for more details|
|Manufacturing/Plastics Program||120-hours skills program||Guidesheet||Website|
|Manufacturing Skills for the Shop Floor||20.5 program hours||Brochure||Website|
|Welding | Rapid Training Program||120-hours skills program||Guidesheet||Website|
|CNA (Certified Nurse Aide)||120 Hour Training||Brochure||Website|
|Commercial Driver License (CDL) Class A||3-Weeks||Brochure||Website|
|Phlebotomy||192 Hour Training||Brochure||Website|
Rapid Training Program Costs
CNC Operations: $1,700*
Advanced Manufacturing / Plastics: $1,500*
Welding - Rapid Training: $1,600*
CNA (Certified Nurse Aide): $1,600*
Commercial Driver License (CDL-A): $3,900*
*Many of these programs qualify for cost assistance through MI Works! or MI Rehabilitation Services for certain individuals. Through such programs, students can offset most to all associated training costs. To learn if you qualify for any of these programs, contact your local MI Works! or MI Rehab Services agency.