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08/29/22 Certified Production Technician (CPT) ® 4.0 Certification Course

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Full course description

Course Meeting Location: 

This hybrid course includes online lectures with onsite labs at the Brandon Campus Engineering Technology facility.  

HCC Brandon Campus, Engineering Technology Lab
10451 Nancy Watkins Dr. Tampa, FL
Room:  BSSB 214

Online Session Location:  Canvas

Instruction Meeting Time:  TBD

Instruction Meeting Dates:  TBD

Instruction Meeting Days: Monday - Thursday (See Friday dates below)

Week 1 and 2 - Safety

Week 3 and 4 - Quality 

Week 5 and 6 - Manufacturing

Week 7 and 8 - Maintenance

Proctored Assessment Dates:  2nd Friday

Program Description:

The purpose of the Certified Production Technician (CPT) ® 4.0 certification program is to recognize through certification, individuals who demonstrate mastery of the foundational, core competencies of advanced manufacturing production at the entry-level to front-line supervisor through successful completion of the certification assessments.  The goal of the CPT 4.0 certification program is to raise the level of performance of production technicians to help employers ensure their workforce increases the company’s productivity and competitiveness. 

This program is ideal for individuals with limited to no prior knowledge of manufacturing to begin a career pathway in the high-skill, high-wage, in-demand manufacturing industry.

The CPT 4.0 program consists of four individual production technician certificate assessments:

  • Safety & Employability
  • Quality Practices & Measurement
  • Manufacturing Processes & Production
  • Maintenance Awareness

Eligibility Requirements:
Four CPT program certificates: In order to earn the CPT certification, candidates must successfully
complete each of the following four assessments in the program: Safety; Quality Practices &
Measurement; Manufacturing Processes & Production; and Maintenance Awareness.   MSSC strongly suggests that candidates possess at least a 10th grade reading (English) and 9th grade math level.

CERTIFICATION POLICIES (Links to an external site.)

Important noteStudents who successfully attain the industry certification offered as a part of this course are eligible to articulate this certification for 15 credits towards the Engineering Technology (Links to an external site.) program at a Florida state college, based on the Florida Department of Education’s Gold Standard Career Pathways Agreement.

For more information on the Florida Department of Education’s Gold Standard Industry Certification Articulation Agreements please visit: http://www.f (Links to an external site.)ldoe.org/academics/career-adult-edu/career-technical-edu-agreements/industry-certification.stml (Links to an external site.).

Instructor information:  Susan Gerena - sgerena3@hccfl.edu

Notice to all students:

  • All class and lab sessions are mandatory. There are no makeup sessions.
  • Course work is proctored by HCC Faculty, and completed online.
  • All labs and testing are held at and proctored by HCC.

Financial Assistance:  Need help paying for classes? (Links to an external site.)

Refund Policy:  Refunds, Cancellations & Substitutions

The MSSC Assessments are non-refundable. No refunds will be issued for individuals who take the assessment or who fail to appear for a scheduled assessment.

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