KCC says Monday that they will be offering "hundreds of sections of approximately 140 different classes" at their main campus in Battle Creek, the college's Regional Manufacturing Technology Center in the Fort Custer Industrial Park, and at their satellite campuses in Albion, Coldwater, and Hastings.
KCC says that the next Kellogg Advanced Manufacturing Assembly program begins September 17, and will run for four weeks. Training takes place from 8am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday through October 17.
The training is free for Battle Creek residents who meet certain income guidelines.
Downtown Battle Creek may be losing two businesses very soon, but the head of Battle Creek Unlimited is still optimistic. BCU CEO Joe Sobieralski tells the 95.3 WBCK morning show that they have received “a couple of [submissions]” for opening a brewery in downtown Battle Creek.
KCC says that applicants are now being accepted for the four week Kellogg Advanced Manufacturing Assembly program, which begins January 29. The KAMA program teaches manufacturing skills, financial literacy, and helps build job finding skills.
According to the Commission’s Agenda for January 2, Prairie Farms Dairy, Inc. is looking to expand their facility in the Fort Custer Industrial Park in Battle Creek. The expansion would see the installation of a new bottling facility, and the creation of 16 new jobs.
Janesville Acoustics has announced that they are closing their facility in Richmond, Indiana, and moving the jobs to Battle Creek. Janesville Acoustics is based in Southfield, and is a subsidiary of Jason Industries, Inc.