Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Training Program
1310 I Street
Modesto, CA. 95354
The VOLT Institute’s mission is to train high-quality candidates who are ready to enter the workforce with the requisite skills that are in demand by industry in the Northern San Joaquin Valley Region. Our motto is ‘By Business, For Business, At the Speed of Business.”
The VOLT Institute will be based on the core values that deal with respect, work-ethic, trust, honesty, and lifelong learning. The vision is to impact the community by assisting businesses so that they have a stable and educated workforce that will help them grow efficiently.
The purpose of the VOLT Institute is to create a vibrant, healthy economy by strengthening company’s most valuable asset: their people. The VOLT Institute will not only help provide businesses with a more stable and educated workforce, but will also create culture of empowerment and continuous improvement.
Students must register in person with the admissions officer.
The total hours of each program vary and are dependent upon curriculum.
Career Accelerator Program
The Career Accelerator Program (CAP) is designed to provide business and career readiness skills for the workplace. It leads students through a variety of settings including: emotional intelligence, professionalism, customer service, effective communication, conflict resolution, OSHA, standardized work, business fundamentals, basic blueprint reading and interpreting charts and graphs, technology literacy, and critical thinking. In addition, this program will cover manufacturing basics with Lean Manufacturing, Material Management, Total Productive Maintenance, Six Sigma, and more.
Industrial Maintenance Mechanic
VOLT’s Industrial Maintenance Mechanic training is designed to provide hands-on training on industrial systems and equipment. It guides a student from the basics of print reading, fasteners and machine tools through proper installation, repair, and maintenance of pumps, mechanical drives, pneumatic and hydraulic systems. Safe welding and torching techniques are covered as well as electrical theory and circuits applicable to mechanical systems. In addition, this program will cover centrifugal, diaphragm and piston pumps, chain, belt and gear drives, welding and machining technology, electrical systems, pneumatics and hydraulics, fluid power systems, valves, actuators and bearing applications, and more. There are three session offered:
Session One: Mechanical Drives
Session Two: Pumps/Pneumatics/Electrical
Session Three: Machine Tools/ Rigging/ Welding
1310 I Street
Modesto, CA. 95354
The program is designed to prepare students for work in the construction industry through training in the classroom and on jobsites. All instruction will be performed by journey level Carpenter. The program is also designed to increase each student’s academic competency to prepare the student for apprenticeship entry exams and to handle the demands of the apprenticeship training process. During this six months program, skills that will be taught include:
The Construction Training Program is free
7:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
Provident Care, In Home Care Services
Location: 1310 I Street Modesto, CA. 95354
The PCA course is a certification program to help jump start your career in the Home Care field. The training is designed for those who have the passion, but not the skills to care for individuals. It’s also useful to those who have been working in a Home Care setting and would like to increase their level of knowledge and skills.
This training is designed to prepare individuals to become Certified Personal Care Attendants. The program is a combination of hands on training, lecture, and instructional videos. The content is based on essential care skills, professional skills, and responsibilities that form the basis of Personal Care Attendant work. In addition, the training program covers cultural competence, Alzheimer’s, Elder Abuse, among other topics as well. Upon completion of the PCA program students will be well trained in all levels of Home Care, such as: bathing, grooming, incontinent care, transfer assistance, vital signs, meal preparation, and more.
The job placement program is designed to help students jump start their career as a Personal Care Attendant. To qualify you must register on the State of California Caregiver background check Bureau (DOJ clearance), have a current negative TB reading, and pass a Drug Screen. You will interview with Provident Care case managers as well. If you meet all requirements, sponsorship is available to pay the course fee. You are responsible for State registration and TB testing. If accepted into the job placement program you will be required to commit to at least 20 hours a week for a six month period before a certification.
Class Schedule: first and third weeks of each month
One week Training Course Monday thru Friday, from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.