Logistics & Operations
Operations Management is the ability to organize, direct, and lead an organization in its daily performance of the tasks of creating and producing a product that meets the needs of a customer while producing revenue that will generate a profit. Individuals holding this degree will be able to function minimally as a entry level front line supervisor in the manufacturing arena.
The Industrial Operations Technician TCC will provide an entry level pool of applicants for local manufacturing employers that will be designated “ready for hire”. Graduates will have skills that will develop manufacturing capabilities and build the technical fundamentals which will allow for accelerated growth in the work force. Upon successful completion, the candidate will have a higher base to build from than comparable new hires with no experience in a manufacturing environment. The program will provide a pool of entry level, non-exempt employees with the required fundamental qualification (work history, math capability, mechanical capability, ability to follow direction, ability to multi-task, etc.) ready for on the job manufacturing training.
The Business Logistics diploma program is a sequence of courses that are designed to prepare students for employment in the field of business logistics. The program combines core educational courses with specific occupational courses in the areas of customer service, supervision, supply chain management and logistics which are designed to provide an overview of the process from product idea conception to the delivery of the product to the consumer.