COVID-19, Lightweight Materials, Workforce

LIFT, the Detroit-based, Department of Defense-supported national manufacturing innovation institute, announced it has partnered with Macomb Community College to provide advanced manufacturing training opportunities through the institute’s “Operation Next” program.

“Operation Next” is an innovative, self-paced, manufacturing-focused training and...

COVID-19, Lightweight Materials

An advanced manufacturing program is being offered to small businesses hit hard by the pandemic.

Lift Detroit is offering certification to 250 manufacturing workers in CNC machine operations, industrial technology maintenance, welding and robotics.

The program is known as “Operation Next” and is free through funding from the CARES Act.

Officials...

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COVID-19, Lightweight Materials

LIFT opened its Operation Next advanced manufacturing certification program to employees of Detroit-area small and medium-sized manufacturers to help them recover from the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Available to industry for the first time, the new Operation Next civilian program, funded through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and...

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LIFT, the Detroit-based national manufacturing innovation institute focused on manufacturing materials, processes, and systems, has extended its partnership with the U.S. Department of Defense’s Office of Naval Research.

“As Michigan grows its defense footprint, it is critical that our state remains at the forefront of manufacturing innovation,”...