KAMA students work on a manufacturing line.


Kellogg Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing Assembly Training (KAMA) prepares the workforce of today and tomorrow for in-demand careers in production assembly and technology. We do this using certification-based training focused on industry-recognized credentials. The KAMA program involves a hands-on lab that applies personal and team-based skill sets and production concepts in lean manufacturing, continuous improvement, process compliance and quality. Following the successful completion of KAMA training, participants will:
  • Understand the role of a production associate and the manufacturing environment, which includes performing the physical demands of the job
  • Gain leadership skills including professionalism, responsibility, time management, teamwork and accountability
  • Read and comprehend performance measures and standards
  • Create an effective resume and hone interview techniques
Program graduates will be prepared for entry-level production operation or technician jobs in manufacturing environments and will have earned credentials including the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10-Hour General Industry Certification, the WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate and 8.74 college credits. View our iACT KAMA Course Descriptions. Select training is free for eligible participants who meet income and residency guidelines. Fill out our iACT Information Request Form today for more information or contact us at 269-565-2828 or workforcesolutions@kellogg.edu.