On Site Training
Sierra College offers customized on-site employee training in customer service, communication, management and other business skills in Rocklin, Roseville and throughout Placer and Nevada Counties.
Sierra College offers industry training at your work site and can bring a mobile computer lab to your office for software training. Read More
Process improvement & technical skills
Improve quality and productivity with employee development in areas such as IPC soldering, value stream mapping, quality, lean manufacturing, visual controls, SMED and other technical training. Northern California Manufacturers also rely on the Sierra College Center for Applied Competitive Technologies (CACT) to teach critical business skills such as supervision, business math, report writing, project management and other training courses. Read More
To help growing companies develop products more quickly and cost effectively, the Sierra College CACT now offers Rapid Prototyping services using state-of-the-art Dimension SST 3D printers. Learn More
Sierra College CACT has also just released an Additive Manufacturing Industry Evaluation and Recommendations report that includes comparisons of personal 3D printers.
Through a partnership with Sierra College CACT, Sacramento Hacker Lab has a new 3D Printer. Hacker Lab also offers classes and events.
Ignite CTE Students' Math Skills
Find out how to seamlessly infuse math into your welding or other CTE curriculum during this practical webinar co-taught by Bill Wenzel, chair, Welding Department and Katie Lucero, chair, Mathematics Department at Sierra College. The activities were used successfully in multiple welding classes to raise students' math scores.
IGNITE Math in Welding Materials
Watch Sierra College IGNITE Webinar on Your Tube
October Manufacturing Events
Show off your manufacturing capabilities and inspire young people to consider manufacturing careers by participating in a month-long celebration, starting on October 3 -- National Manufacturing Day.
The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Sacramento Valley, and the Sierra College CACT are helping businesses plan events during October. Read the No CA Mfg Day Flyer.
Last year, RobbJack, Harris & Bruno International and Progressive Technology offered tours to high school students tours for National Manufacturing Day. Learn more: STEM Tours Organized by Sierra College and RobbJack Shows Colfax High School Students How Math Is Used in Manufacturing
California Continuous Improvement Forum
Be inspired by what Lean consortiums in Iowa, Maryland and California have done to save time, reduce costs, increase profits and improve quality at the California Continuous Improvement Forum. It will be held Oct 7, from 11:30 am to 4:30 pm at 914 Capitol Mall in Sacramento and the cost is $70.
At this highly interactive program, gain practical implementation tips and network with others establishing a Continuous Improvement culture.
Register at: http://cacinetwork.com/ or call Megan Rainey, Institute for Quality Public Services: 916-502-2216. Flyer
Practical Problem Solving Training
On Oct. 8 & 22 learn a proven and structured problem-solving approach to support Lean implementation at the Sierra College CACT training with the Continuous Improvement Network (CIN). It will be held at Rex Moore Electrical Contractors at 6001 Outfall Circle in Sacramento. The fee is $240 for CIN Members, $375 for Non-Members and $280 for Government. Go to the CIN website http://cacinetwork.com/ to register for this event.
Be a NEW event sponsor
To help build your future workforce, become a sponsor of the Nontraditional Employment for Women (NEW) event on October 17 at Sierra College. You can inspire high school girls to consider Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Education and technical careers. Sierra College NEW event flyer.
Zero Waste Certification
The United States Zero Waste Business Council is offering certification to become a Zero Waste Business Associate. USZWBC also offers Zero Waste Business Certification.
Firms hire graduates
Sacramento region employers are hiring Sierra College Mechatronics students and find they get up to speed quickly because of their technical skills and professionalism. Watch the movie of employers describing their experiences with Mechatronics graduates. Sierra College Mechatronics EMPLOYERS Source for Well Prepared Technicians
Contact us if you'd like connected with Sierra College faculty in Engineering, Mechatronics, Welding, and Drafting & Engineering Support or Career Technical Education high school teachers in your area.