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RAMP

About

The RAMP Program was created through a partnership between several local manufacturing employers, the City of Muncie, Ivy Tech, Muncie Area Career Center, the Delaware County Commissioners, WorkOne, and the United Way. theĀ RAMP Program was created to meet the needs of the local advanced manufacturing employers for entry level positions.


Curriculum

The program lasts for 4 weeks for a total of 128 training hours.

Participants will learn:

  • Safety
  • Blue Print Reading
  • CNC Concepts
  • Production Process - Lean and 5S
  • Quality Principles
  • Teamwork
  • Communication
  • Problem Solving
  • Career Pathways
  • Plant Tours


Benefits

ITS FREE!

RAMP Graduates are GUARANTEED an interview upon completion of the program!

Graduates will recieve an OSHA Safety Card, High Performance Text Book, and a Certificate of Completion


Eligibility

Must pass a drug screen

Must be a resident of Delaware County


Employers and Positions

Littler Diecast

  • Machine Operators
  • Inspectors
  • Die Maintenance
  • CNC Operators

Delaware Dynanics

  • General Labor
  • CNC Machinist
  • Assembly

Mursix

  • Shipping Personnel
  • Quality Technician
  • Machine Operators

Muncie Novelty/Indiana Ticket Company

  • Paper Workers

Magna Powertrain

  • Production Machine Operators

Progress Rail

  • Assemblers
  • Welders
  • Painters
  • Material Handlers


For More Information Contact:
Delaware County WorkOne Center
201 East Charles
Muncie, IN
765-289-1861 ext. 2108

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