CPCC to provide customized training for Poly-Tech Industrial

last modified Jul 27, 2017 01:12 PM

Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) will provide specialized training for Poly-Tech Industrial Inc., employees through funding from the state’s customized training program.

Poly-Tech Industrial, based in Huntersville, N.C., will receive $87,175 in training value from CPCC over a two-and-a-half-year period. The training programs will include a broad range of skills building, including leadership, continuous improvement, validation documentation, computers, safety and production. The N.C. Community College System’s Customized Training Program offers training services and specialized programs to assist new and existing business and industry to remain productive and profitable and do so in North Carolina.

Company President Dan Cedrone founded Poly-Tech in 2000. Cedrone’s career spans more than 37 years in the plastics industry. Poly-Tech is known as a technically oriented manufacturing company that partners with clients to increase manufacturing efficiencies, decrease maintenance costs and reduce down time by combining modern day material knowledge with old fashioned experience. Poly-Tech is known for the quality of its final product be it engineering advisement, a CNC Machined component or assistance with invention development.

“We are pleased to build our relationship with CPCC, and we appreciate the state of North Carolina recognizing the need to invest in our North Carolina workforce,” Cedrone said. “The training we were granted will assist in giving our current employees the skills needed to keep up with technology and our future growth.

“With many of our employees being graduates of CPCC, the customized training will ensure they are trained and have the skills necessary to support our growth. Having CPCC as a community partner and working with local trainers, we see it as a win-win for our company, employees and our local economy,” Cedrone added.

Poly-Tech has announced plans to expand its current 53-member workforce over the next few years. The new positions will include maintenance, programming, shipping/receiving, quality control, production and office support.

“CPCC is excited to work with Poly-Tech as the company expands its employee base and presence in Mecklenburg County,” said Allison Bowers, CPCC director, economic recruitment. “The college, through our Corporate Learning Center, will work hard to deliver the customized training Poly-Tech team members need now and as the company grows.”

CPCC’s Corporate Learning Center is the college’s single point of contact for serving the wide range of learning and development needs of businesses and organizations in Mecklenburg County, including customized training. The college’s span of learning, expertise and experience make CPCC a uniquely positioned workforce development resource to help meet the performance and organizational needs of local companies.

To talk with a Corporate Learning Center team member, call 704.330.4660, or see cpcc.edu/clc.