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Aviation and Aerospace

North Carolina Community College

System

H. Martin Lancaster President

Willa Dickens

Vice President

Economic and Workforce Development

January 2008


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North Carolina Community College System Mission

The mission of the North Carolina Community College System is to open the door to high-quality, accessible educational opportunities that minimize barriers to post-secondary education, maximize student success, develop a globally and multi-culturally competent workforce, and improve the lives and well-being of individuals by providing:

Education, training and retraining for the workforce, including basic skills and literacy education, occupational and pre-baccalaureate programs.

Support for economic development  through services to and in partnership with business and industry and in collaboration with the University of North Carolina System and private colleges and universities.

Services to communities and individuals which improve the quality of life.

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US Aerospace Industry Overview

“The Aerospace industry reflects the spirit and courage of America”

  • World’s leading industry

  • Diverse, fast-paced, cutting-edge

  • Employment currently totals over a million professionals working in good-paying jobs

Source: www.careervoyages.gov

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Aerospace: In-Demand Occupations

  • Aerospace Engineers

  • Aircraft Mechanics & ServiceTechnicians

  • Airline Pilots, Copilots, & Flight Engineers

  • Air Traffic Controllers

  • Avionics Technicians

  • Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging, & Systems Assemblers

  • Aerospace Engineering & Operations Technicians

  • First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Transportation & Material-Moving Machine & Vehicle Operators

  • Machinists

Source: www.careervoyages.gov

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Aerospace: In-Demand Occupations cont’d

  • Structural Metal Fabricators & Fitters

  • Industrial Engineering Technicians

  • Industrial Engineers, Engineering Managers

  • Electronics Engineers (Except Computers)

  • Engine & Other Machine Assemblers

  • Fiberglass Laminators & Fabricators

  • Materials Engineers

  • Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders

  • Operators &Tenders, Metal &Plastics

Source: www.careervoyages.gov

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NC Community College System

Poised, Flexible, Proactive

  • Economic & Workforce Development

  • New & Expanding Industry Training

  • Focused Industry Training

  • Customized Industry Training

  • Workforce Continuing Education

  • Curriculum Programs

  • New programs established in response to local and regional labor market needs

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NC Community Colleges Aerospace- and Aviation-Related Program Offerings

2006-2007

Curriculum Enrollment: 18,052

Aviation Management & Career Pilot Technology

Aviation Systems TechnologyMachining Technology

Computer Engineering Technology

Computer-Aided Drafting Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology

Mechanical Drafting Technology

Industrial Engineering Technology Industrial Systems Technology Industrial Management Technology

Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Manufacturing Technology

Manufacturing Technology (Tool, Die, & Mold Making)

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NC Community Colleges Aerospace- and Aviation-Related Program Offerings

2006-2007

Workforce Continuing Education

Aircraft Maintenance & Career Pilot Program

Enrollment: 435

Aircraft Structural TrainingAviation Maintenance – Power PlantAviation Instrument RatingAviation Ground School for PilotsInstrument FlyingCommercial Ground School for PilotsCertified Flight Instructor Ground School

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NC Aerospace Alliance

  • Partners: NCCCS (Haywood & Lenoir CC’s), NCSU, FSU, NCMBC

  • Engages and supports North Carolina businesses in the production of replacement parts for the Department of Defense (DoD) and other federal aging aircraft and related systems

  • Grows the state economy by expanding existing industry and developing and recruiting new businesses in the State

  • Coordinator located at NCMBC

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NC Aerospace Alliance

  • Activities to Date:

  • Over $11,000,000 of Golden Leaf grants to NCSU, WCU, Lenoir CC & Haywood CC to develop Reverse Engineering (RE) capabilities and advanced machining training centers

  • Advanced Machining Centers located at Lenoir & Haywood CC’s

  • Currently running three reverse engineering projects for Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station

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North Carolina

Military Business Center

Goals: Increase federal contracting with NC firms; recruit defense contractors; integrate military into the workforce

  • Business Development (16 JAN 2008)

  • Team operating in 10 locations (9 Community Colleges)

  • 2008: Firms won 28 contracts, worth $15.1 million

  • 2005-08: Firms won 389 contracts, worth $606-1,387 million

  • MatchForce.org (16 JAN 2008)

  • 10,188 NC businesses, 19,291 individuals registered

  • 7,397 contracts, 1,888 job opportunities; all fed/state jobs

  • Strategic Focus

  • Construction: NC firms to compete; out-of-state firms to locate in NC

  • Pre-positioning: NC firms for major contracts

  • Subcontracting: develop opportunities with major primes

  • Employment: 10,000 job postings


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New & Expanding Industry Training (NEIT)

  • Customized training program support

  • Customized new hire training provided to meet company specifications

  • Job profiling/analysis services

  • Training facilities

  • Support for company instructor expenses including travel and trainers’ salaries

  • Vendor training on specific pieces of equipment

  • Media development including work process videos, training manuals, and/or computer-based training

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NC Community Colleges

Aerospace/Aviation-Related Industry Projects

Company/Sponsoring College New Jobs Trainees

AAR Manufacturing/Wayne CC150150

AAR Mobility Systems/Wayne CC5050

Carver Machine Works/Beaufort CCCN/A61

Commerce Overseas/Lenoir CC3030

GE Aircraft Engines/Durham TCC8080

Goodrich Corp./S.Piedmont CC7070

Honda Aircraft/Guilford TCC3001600

GE Aviation/Wilkes CC307300

Tamsco/College of the Albemarle4040

Turbomeca/S.Piedmont CC180600

Unison/Asheville-Buncombe TCC200300

VX Aerospace/W.Piedmont CC200350

Total1,6073,631

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NC Community Colleges Aerospace/Aviation-Related Initiatives

  • T.H. Davis Aviation Center (Guilford TCC)

  • Advanced Machining Centers (Lenoir CC & Haywood CC)

  • Bosch & Siemens Advanced Manufacturing Center (Craven CC)

  • Institute of Aeronautical Technology (Craven CC)

  • Advanced Materials Cluster (Wilkes CC)

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Guilford Technical Community College

T.H. Davis Aviation Center

Piedmont Triad International Airport

Partnership with

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

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Guilford Technical Community College

  • Aviation Systems Technology

  • FAA mechanic certification with airframe and/or powerplant ratings

  • Customized CE courses to maintain certification, upgrade existing skills, or learn job-entry skills

  • Plans for major expansion

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Advanced Machining Center

  • Lenoir Community College

  • Global TransPark Training Center

  • Machining & Metal Forming

  • CAD/CAM/CAE Technology

  • Linked to NC State for on-site certification of aerospace parts

  • HAAS Technical Education Center

  • MasterCam Certification Center

  • New NEIT project: Commerce Overseas Corp.

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Advanced Machining Center

  • Haywood Community College (Regional High Tech Center)

  • Advanced CAD/CAM and solid modeling, Reverse Engineering

  • Coordinating software and solid modeling capabilities with WCU

  • Center services provided to over 800 people/50 businesses interested in aerospace contracts

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Craven Community College

  • Bosch & Siemens Advanced Manufacturing Center

  • Advanced Manufacturing

  • Innovative partnerships with numerous programs across the state

  • Institute of Aeronautical Technology

  • Aviation Maintenance for NADEP @ Cherry Point

  • FAA – A& P exams

  • Aviation Systems technical degree

Institute of Aeronautical Technology

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Advanced Materials Cluster

Wilkes, Ashe, Alleghany Counties

  • Wilkes Community College

    • Duke Endowment Grant

    • GE Aviation in West Jefferson

  • Western Piedmont Community College

    • VX Aerospace project

  • Extensive partnerships

  • Advanced Materials Training Center

  • Seamless educational strategies

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Alleghany

Warren

Currituck

Ashe

Surry

Stokes

Gates

Camden

Vance

Northampton

Rockingham

Caswell

Person

Hertford

Pasquotank

Granville

Watauga

Halifax

Wilkes

Perquimans

Yadkin

Chowan

Forsyth

Avery

Franklin

Bertie

Guilford

Orange

Durham

Mitchell

Alamance

Nash

Caldwell

Davie

Edgecombe

Alexander

Yancey

Madison

Tyrrell

Iredell

Martin

Washington

Davidson

Dare

Burke

Wake

Randolph

Chatham

Wilson

Mcdowell

Catawba

Rowan

Buncombe

Pitt

Beaufort

Haywood

Johnston

Greene

Swain

Lincoln

Hyde

Lee

Rutherford

Harnett

Stanly

Graham

Cabarrus

Wayne

Montgomery

Cleveland

Jackson

Henderson

Moore

Polk

Mecklenburg

Gaston

Lenoir

Transylvania

Craven

Macon

Pamlico

Cherokee

Clay

Cumberland

Hoke

Jones

Richmond

Union

Anson

Sampson

Duplin

Scotland

Onslow

Carteret

Robeson

Bladen

Pender

New Hanover

Columbus

Brunswick

NC Community Colleges

Aerospace/Aviation Initiatives

11

2

4

6

1

7

10

8

3

5

9

  • Caldwell CC & TI

  • College of the Albemarle

  • Craven CC

  • Durham TCC

  • Fayetteville TCC

  • Guilford TCC

  • Haywood CC

  • Lenoir CC

  • South Piedmont CC

  • Wayne CC

  • Wilkes CC

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Many Other Innovative Projects

  • Guilford TCC

  • Honda Aircraft

  • South Piedmont CC

  • Turbomecca

  • Wayne CC

  • Aviation Systems Technology

  • Western Piedmont CC

  • VX Aerospace

  • Caldwell CC & TI

  • Aviation Management &

  • Career Pilot Technology

  • College of the Albemarle

  • DRS/Tamsco

  • Durham TCC

  • GE Aircraft Engines

  • Fayetteville TCC

  • Interactive 3-D Simulation

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The North Carolina

Community College System is

Poised, Flexible, Proactive

and

Excited about the Aerospace Industry!

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North Carolina

Community College System

Economic & Workforce Development Division

5003 Mail Service Center ~ Raleigh, NC 27699

Telephone (919) 807-7100 ~ Fax (919) 807-7169

H. Martin Lancaster, President

Willa Dickens

Vice President, Economic & Workforce Development

January 2008

Visit us online at

www.nccommunitycolleges.edu/Business_and_Industry

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