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Microcredentials

Center for Community and Workforce Development is here to provide upskill training, professional development, and career preparation.

Microcredentials are short-term, focused areas of study designed to provide in-demand skills, know-how, and experience. These specialized academic programs take months to earn, not years, and are stackable鈥攆orming a bridge toward a certificate or full degree.

Students taking microcredentials may be eligible for NYS Part Time Tuition Assistance for Non-Degree Credentials. Learn more about Tuition Assistance through Financial Aid.

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EXPLORE CLINTONS MICROCREDENTIALS

Students satisfactorily completing this course will be able to:

  • Recognize and understand the keys to a safe workplace.
  • Demonstrate proper use of various hand and power tools.
  • Describe and understand different types and proper use of mechanical fasteners.
  • Demonstrate proper technique for wire dressing, crimping, and soldering.
  • Interpret basic electrical schematics and assembly drawings.
  • Understanding of successful employability traits.
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Students satisfactorily completing this course will be able to:

  • Work with formulas and conversions, apply mechanical principles
  • Determine how to list, identify and describe the variety of lines found on blueprints 
  • Learn the foundation of knowledge and skill in performing measurements and calculations
  • Create, modify, operate and observe simulated pneumatic and electro-pneumatic devices and circuits
  • Learn lubrication equipment, application methods and periodic lubrication schedule
  • Examine a comprehensive overview of lean manufacturing concepts and techniques and simulated scenarios
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CSC 102 - INTRODUCTION TO MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 

  • Learning Outcome/Skill 1:  basic understanding of word, excel, access.
MEC 100 - INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY 
  • Learning Outcome/Skill 2:  introduces industry conceptsthat include safety, maintenance and quality. How to create technical repost through design projects. Critical thinking, problem solving and team building.

MEC 102 - BLUEPRINT READING & TECHNICAL SCHEMATICS 

  • Learning Outcome/Skill 3: reading blueprints and technical schematics with different components and terminology involved with drawings and diagrams.

MEC 209 - INDUSTRIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

  • Learning Outcome/Skill 4: health and safety standards, lifting, fire and hazards in the work environment. Method: labcomponent

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Who can earn a microcredential?

Current students, alumni, anyone seeking to advance their career or increase their earning potential, those needing to upskill or make a career change, those looking to come back to the job market, and yes, those looking for fun, engaging, learning to support a hobby or interest can all find a SUNY microcredential that fits their needs.

Who teaches microcredentials?

SUNY microcredentials are taught by SUNY faculty. Students have access to academic supports and campus resources. Our microcredentials can be taught online or in the classroom, or even at your work or job site with support from your employer.

How does a microcredential work?

SUNY microcredentials often combine courses from our registered degree programs, innovative applied learning experiences, preparation for industry certifications, and/or non-credit coursework. A microcredential could be coursework alone (the most common microcredential length is three courses), a series of workshops, or a combination of coursework and an applied learning experience or certification preparation.

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