CCAT's experts provide the ongoing support that gives us confidence in our ability to meet the demanding educational needs of today's students.

- Gene Blain
Principal, Windham High School

Young Manufacturers Academy July 6th-16th

The 2015 Young Manufacturers Academy offered to 7th through 9th graders, is an innovative first-hand experience to the high-tech world of manufacturing. Led by the Connecticut Center of Advanced Technology, students will be given an opportunity to practice and participate in fun, hands-on workshops. At the Young Manufacturers Academy your child will learn how next generation manufacturing facilities operate. 

The Academy is a free program made possible by the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development’s Manufacturing Innovation Fund. Bus transportation will be provided from a central location in your city/town.

Space is limited -- 20 students per program. Each Academy runs 8 days over a two-week period.

For more information and applications for programs July 6-16:

A.I. Prince Technical High School, 401 Flatbush Ave, Hartford, CT 06106

Howell Cheney Technical High School, 791 Middle Turnpike W, Manchester, CT 06040

 


See How WireFreeCNC Increases Your Productivity and Profits

WireFreeCNC products are created to increase productivity in manufacturing.  These products are designed to give you that extra edge and bring you to the next level of manufacturing brilliance.  The WireFreeCNC Team has decades of experience connecting to CNC machines and other manufacturing equipment.  

Join WireFreeCNC and Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT) for a free seminar on July 16th, 2015 8:30-10:00AM at CCAT's Advanced Manufacturing Center.

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Young Manufacturers Academy- August 3rd-13th

The 2015 Young Manufacturers Academy offered to 7th through 9th graders, is an innovative first-hand experience to the high-tech world of manufacturing. Led by the Connecticut Center of Advanced Technology, students will be given an opportunity to practice and participate in fun, hands-on workshops. At the Young Manufacturers Academy your child will learn how next generation manufacturing facilities operate. 

The Academy is a free program made possible by the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development’s Manufacturing Innovation Fund. Bus transportation will be provided from a central location in your city/town.

Space is limited -- 20 students per program. Each Academy runs 8 days over a two-week period.

For more information and applications for programs August 3-13:

E.C. Goodwin Technical High School, 735 Slater Rd, New Britain, CT 06053

W.F. Kaynor Technical High School, 43 Tompkins St, Waterbury, CT 06708

Platt Technical High School, 600 Orange Ave, Milford, CT 06461


Tool Management Workshop

Experience hands-on high-performance tool management solutions for an efficient manufacturing process live during this half day workshop.

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AME Event--Value Stream Mapping for the Office: Hosted by Deluxe Corporation--Groton, MA

This workshop reviews the eight basic wastes in the context of non-production processes. The manner by which lean thinking is applied to information intensive processes is then explored by making use of Value Stream Mapping - the assessment and planning tool of lean practitioners. Participants will learn to use this tool to: define the current state of an existing business process; re-design the process based on lean concepts; develop an Implementation Plan for the future state model. A case study is provided to enhance the learning process.
More Info - http://www.ame.org/event/value-stream-mapping-office