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Our free 4-week program offers you the opportunity to learn all you need to be successful as an Assembly Specialist – from the technical knowledge to the soft skills that will help you achieve your potential.
This program is part of our Training Accelerator programs. Learn more about the admissions process and support benefits here.
* Stipends will be disbursed only upon completion of program.
November 15, 2021
What does an Assembly Specialist Do?
An Assembly Specialists performs basic assembly tasks to build products in a high volume manufacturing environment. As an Assembly Specialist, you review machine operation instructions in order to operate assembly line robots and machinery. You conduct quick visual and tactile quality checks on assembly materials and work completed by teammates upstream, and communicate issues with machine malfunction to supervisors and engineers.
Is this program right for you?
- Are you comfortable with manual work?
- Are you interested in skilled work in an industrial setting?
- Are you comfortable with structured schedules?
If you answered ‘yes‘ to any of these questions, this program is designed for you.
Have the opportunity to interview with two of our employer partners during our program
Skills You'll Earn
In every job, there are key skills that will help you be successful. We’ll help you learn how to:
You communicate with your team, ask for help when you need it, and offer them support.
You develop effective stress management habits that allow you to be resilient and meet challenges head on.
Orientation to Detail
You notice the smallest parts of a task or situation so that you can complete a job that you are assigned with complete accuracy.
You take the lead on the work you are responsible for and look for additional ways to contribute.
You believe you can learn and improve over time with practice.
You do not give up in the face of challenges or after you have made a mistake.
You take ownership over your work and decisions. You work hard, keep commitments, and don’t make excuses.
You set goals for the future, understand how your actions will help you achieve them, and frequently check your progress.
What You'll Learn
What You'll Learn
- Demonstrate professionalism by arriving on time every day and proactively communicating with supervisors if there is a schedule conflict.
- Perform repetitive assembly tasks perfectly over an extended period of time.
- Ensure quality by conducting frequent quality checks on materials and products using company criteria.
- Explain the physical and mental challenges faced by assemblers and create a personal plan to effectively overcome those challenges and produce high quality work.
- Define a personal career in manufacturing.