Alfred State Program Helps Displaced Workers Secure Full-Time Employment
An Alfred State training program for CNC precision machining has helped six displaced workers in Allegany County secure full-time employment in CNC machining.
The program is offered annually and involves 168 hours of hands-on learning. This year’s session concluded earlier this month and took place in the Alfred State machine shop located at the Dresser Rand facility in Wellsville. In all, eight residents from Allegany County participated.
CNC training will take place again in 2013. To learn more, contact Alfred State’s Center for Community Education and Training at (607) 587-4015.
Stephen Pink and Gary Havens of Wellsville program a machine as part of CNC training for precision machining offered through Alfred State.