West Central Ohio Manufacturing Consortium
Training for High-Demand Manufacturing Jobs!

2013 Regional Manufacturers Survey

The West Central Ohio Manufacturing Consortium, with support from Rhodes State College and funding from the Northwest Ohio Manufacturing Extension Partnership, conducted a survey of 52 manufacturers in 12 counties in the region. 

Manufacturers were surveyed on education and skill requirements, skills gaps and hiring projections.  Data from this survey will be used to create and update education and training programs from the WCOMC and its education partners. The complete survey can be accessed by clicking here. Contact Doug Durliat 419-995-8353 for more information.


October is Manufacturing Month!

 

West Central Ohio Manufacturing Consortium

The West Central Ohio Manufacturing Consortium (WCOMC) is a group of manufacturers dedicated to improving the manufacturing workforce in the West Central Ohio region. The group has worked closely with many local educational institutions to develop a Manufacturing Pathways Certification Program that prepares workers for the high-tech positions required in today's modern manufacturing workplace. The program prepares participants to be highly productive workers, utilizing their skills to produce quality products for the consortium members' customers.

Are you looking for...

  • a career in manufacturing?
  • advancement in your manufacturing job?
  • increased income?
  • improving your quality of life?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, the West Central Ohio Manufacturing Consortium is for you! The West Central Ohio Manufacturing Consortium (WCOMC) is a group of manufacturers dedicated to improving the manufacturing workforce in the West Central Ohio region. The group has worked closely with many local educational institutions to develop a Manufacturing Pathways Certification Program that prepares workers for the high-tech positions required in today's modern manufacturing workplace. The program prepares participants to be highly productive workers, utilizing their skills to produce quality products for the consortium members' customers. To find out more about the WCOMC and its Pathway program, please refer to this website or contact Doug Durliat at 419-995-8353.


Upcoming Classes

Coming Soon!

-Knowledge Transfer
-Basic AutoCAD
-Allen Bradley PLC
-NFPA 70E
-Blueprint Reading and GD&T



Basic Pathway Class
Bradfield Community Center
550 South Collett Street, Lima
Classes on Wednesdays and Fridays
10:00 am to 3:00 pm
November 5 to December 3
To enroll:  419-995-8353
Class is FREE.

Basic Pathway Class
Rhodes State College, Lima
Classes on Wednesdays and Fridays
10:00 am to 3:00 pm
February 4-27
To enroll:  419-995-8353
Class is FREE.