Tri-C, Norman Noble Inc. Partner to Provide On-Ramp Training for New Employees
No-cost training at Eastern Campus; paid training at NNI’s Highland Heights facility
Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) has partnered with Norman Noble Inc. (NNI), a medical device contract manufacturer, to create an on-ramp training program for new hires. Training begins in September at the College’s Eastern Campus in Highland Hills.
The fast-track training opportunity prepares individuals for rewarding careers in medical device manufacturing. Trainees will learn how to operate laser, electropolishing and CNC Swiss-type machining in a clean environment tailored to company needs.
Through this partnership, new hires receive two-and-a-half weeks of no-cost technical training at Tri-C followed by three weeks of paid training at NNI. Individuals who successfully complete the program receive a job offer with benefits.
- Working in a regulated environment
- Manufacturing excellence
- Documentation and quality
- Blueprints and tools
- Lean and continuous improvement
- Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software
Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent and score a Level 4 or higher on the ACT WorkKeys® assessment. A current resume and background check/drug test are also required.
Established over 75 years ago, Norman Noble remains a family-owned and operated company, offering the most advanced processes for ultra-precision micromachining. The company is known for its exceptional ability to micromachine nitinol implants and to achieve subminiature precision beyond the reach of most manufacturers. Norman Noble is a supplier to most of the well-known names in the medical device industry.
Visit tri-c.edu/on-ramp to learn more and apply.
For more information, contact program manager Stephen Smereczynsky at 216-987-3040 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
August 31, 2022
By Anthony Moujaes, 216-987-3068 or email@example.com