Advanced Manufacturing Training Center

The Advanced Manufacturing Training Center offers many training opportunities to develop and upgrade skills necessary to begin a career in the manufacturing field.

The Center offers several programs such as CNC Operator, Welding, IPC certification, PLC/Industrial Automation, Mastercam, and Soldering and electronic assembly, among others. Each program offers a Completion Certificate upon successful completion, and offers the opportunity of National Certification in some areas.

These courses are designed for the incumbent worker as well as those individuals interested in entering the manufacturing field.

The AMTC provides students with a better understanding of what is required of those working in the manufacturing environment through both classroom and hands-on learning.

Our location is a Certified Remote Testing Facility and provides associated testing in IPC, AWS, NATE, Certiport, and NIMS Certifications. Training is located at the Michael J. Grant Campus of Suffolk County Community College.

Available Courses

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Partners and Associations


  • SUNY Team


  • Curtiss-Wright


  • Tooling U-SME


  • American Welding Society


  • IPC


  • National Coalition of Advanced Technology Centers


  • Precipart

  • Schivo Medical Logo

    Schivo Medical

  • Designatronics Inc. Logo

    Designatronics Inc.

More Information

For more information and schedules, call (631) 851-6200 or send us a message.

Contact the Advanced Manufacturing Training Center.

Scholarship Fund

To make a tax-deductible donation by credit card to the scholarship fund, visit the Suffolk Community College Foundation’s secure website at https://sunysuffolk.thankyou4caring.org/donate and choose Advanced Manufacturing Scholarship Fund in the drop-down list. You may also send a check payable to the Suffolk Community College Foundation, and place Advanced Manufacturing Machining Equipment or Scholarship in the note. Your kindness and generosity are greatly appreciated, and will make a difference in the lives of our Long Island community.