Waukesha Metal Product Adding Certificate Program
The program will allow students to earn a high school diploma with a number of certificates as well as college credits.
The programming will add between 600 and 800 square feet to the building and will begin fall of 2014.
The program would allow students to earn a high school diploma with technical certificate of distinction, a youth apprentice certification, a Manufacturing Skills Standard Council high level technician certificate, SolidWorks essentials certificate and transcripted credits from the technical college system.
Waukesha Metal Products began as a small tool and die shop in Waukesha back in 1971. The plant moved to Sussex in 1997.
Today, Waukesha Metal Products is an international, full-service provider of metal forming services including custom metal stampings, sheet metal fabrications, and in-house precision tooling.