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The MJC MSSC Logistics & Warehouse Training Program is a sequence of short-term training classes aimed to prepare students for the the local distribution, warehousing and logistics industry. Classes are non-college credit and consist of the following areas: lift truck level 1 training (forklift and walkie rider), lift truck level 2 training (narrow aisle and cherry picker), inventory control and scanner gun training, MSSC Certified Logistic Associates training, and MSSC Certified Logistics Technician training. For more information call 575-6332.
Curriculum will focus on Supply Chain Leadership and Operations, Inventory Control, Material Handling, Shipment and Export-Imports and Lift Truck Training. Development of curriculum presently being organized in connections with MHI, MSSC, APICS and NSF Supply Chain principle and efforts.
Through a California Department of Education and California Community College - California Career Pathway to program aims to boast connections between CTE High School programs to Community College Certificate and AS Degrees to University Bachelor programs available for professional preparation at all levels.
Modesto Junior College and Patterson High School are leading the charge and have outlined goals to address the following:
1. Active Logistics Advisory Committee that meets at the Patterson Unified School District Professional Development Center to provide input, guidance and support for the development of area programs.
2. Hiring of Full Time Logistics/Supply Chain Instructor at MJC
3. Development of a Logistics Training Facility at Patterson High School and Modesto Junior College.
4. Development of electrical and maintenance classes at the Stanislaus County Office of Education: Industrial Training Center (Patterson)
5. Development of Certificate, Associate of Science and Transfer Degree Programs by Modesto Junior College
6. To Learn More....... contact Professor Joseph Akpovi @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professor Joseph Akpovi
Areas: Supply Chain Management, Inventory Control, Management Principles, APICS
Areas: Lift Truck Training & Employment Readiness
Mary Ann Henriques
Areas: MSSC/ Supply Chain Management/ Scan Guns & Inventory Control/ OSHA Safety
Phone: (209) 575-6332
Fax: (209) 575-6922