Orange County Region
Training, Development & Innovation Resource Center
Norma A. Alvarado, CACT Director
The CACT @ the North Orange Community College District, was established to enhance the strength and competitiveness of California’s small to medium-sized manufacturing and technology-based companies and its current and future workforce; through technology transfer, continuous process improvement, and workforce empowerment.
The NOCCCD CACT has evolved into the area’s resource for customized, industry-specific training in:
- Advanced and environmentally conscious manufacturing processes
- Workforce development
- Vocational English-as-a-Second Language (VESL) for Advanced Manufacturing
- Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing, and in new and emerging technologies.
The NOCCCD CACT’s primary industry focus is printing and Flexography (label manufacturing) but it also provides training in machine technology, welding, construction, and engineering.
The NOCCCD CACT, through its Demonstration Site at Fullerton College, provides industry certification, credit classes and training in Printing Technology, and Flexography/Label Manufacturing—Fullerton’s Printing Technology Program is the only community college-based printing program left in Southern California.
- Total Quality Management
- Printing Technology/Flexography
- Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing
- Lean Manufacturing
- Vocational English as a Second Language (VESL) for Manufacturing
- Alcoa Fastening Systems
- Abbot Label
- Boeing Company
- Label King
- LASCO Bathware
- Universal Alloy
Shale Exploration Certification Training
This course will prepare students for a range of positions within the upstream petroleum industry, not just for one type of job. Students will learn the fundamentals of the entire drilling process, including operations conducted by both drilling contractors and service companies. The program offers a comprehensive not-for-credit, college-level training, on drilling that focuses on equipment, operations, and theory, but delivered in a manner easily understood by non-traditional students with minimal to no post-secondary education. View flier for information.