DMC | Daniels Manufacturing Corporation


DMC Certification Program

The Aerospace industry is experiencing a shortage of qualified aviation professionals that is threatening the expansion and maintenance of the Global airline fleets over the next decade. The industry is out pacing its workforce and many employers are searching for skilled applicants that can hit the ground running. Industry-recognized certifications are a great way to get the focused training and specialized skills needed to make an impact in the future of aerospace. NC3 and DMC's training is creating an opportunity for individuals to enter a workforce that is dynamic, stable, innovative, and growing.

About DMC

Daniels Manufacturing Corporation (DMC) is the recognized leading manufacturer of application tooling for the aircraft, aerospace, and high reliability electronics industries, with experience that spans seven decades. Our products have been used on virtually every Defense System, Aircraft Program, Land or Sea Going Transport System, Space Exploration Program, and in many other types of manufacturing and support activities.

History of the Partnership

DMC has supported the aerospace industry for over 70 and we were searching for a platform to help train the technicians and engineers of tomorrow. We knew we needed to inspire students at the high school and college level and show them that the future of aerospace is bright and that they are critically needed. NC3 saw the same need we did, and together, we are filling the gaps in the aerospace workforce to create a brighter and safer industry for the future. DMC is also proud to work with NC3's founding industry partner, Snap-on Inc., to distribute our Precision Electrical Termination Certification Kit.

Value of the Partnership

Our partnership with NC3 and the Train-the-Trainer program is helping us develop the workforce of tomorrow with “Skills for Life”. It's more than just learning one discipline, it giving individuals of all ages the skills they need to make a positive impact on their community, our economy, and their families future.

Future of the Partnership

We want to continue to provide the instructors and trainers within our industry with the skills they need to help develop our youth. In the future, we believe the Precision Electrical Termination Certification can be in every aviation high school and college as a supplement to the current curriculum. We also believe the FAA will see the benefits of this program and implement an FAA certified course based upon the curriculum of PETC.

Transform Your Program

The current landscape of workforce training has relied upon “on-the-job” training. Unfortunately, we are seeing a huge gap between those leaving the workforce due to retirement and those entering it. This leaves the traditional model of knowledge transfer with a knowledge gap. Certifications are a great way to fill this gap, they offer a structured learning environment that reinforces the curriculum they are learning in “theory” with hands-on labs. When they test and pass the course, they are ready to hit the ground running with the support of DMC and NC3.


Certification Offered


NC3 Certifications:
  • Give technical school students exceptional hands-on experience in state-of-the-art learning environments
  • Provide access to the most current, relevant curriculum available
  • Are taught in well-equipped labs
  • Help address skilled workforce needs regionally and nationally

Current DMC Certification

Frank van den Berge

NC3 Program Manager | Snap-on

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Ask me how I can help build DMC/Snap-on certifications into your industry programs.


Where Can I Use These Certifications?


Manufacturing
  • Electrical components and wiring
  • High reliability wire harnesses
Aerospace
  • Avionics
  • Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEM) of electrical components
    and Aircraft
  • Maintenance Repair Overhaul (MRO)
Military Defense Systems Technology
  • Mission critical electrical components and wiring
  • Telecommunication equipment
  • Intelligence and integrated system



Transportation
  • High reliability wiring
  • Railway, autonomous vehicles, automotive
Power Generation and Distribution
  • High voltage wiring
Space Exploration
  • Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEM) of electrical components and spacecraft
  • Satellites

DMC + Snap-on: NC3 Aviation Center of Excellence


The need of well-trained aviation maintenance technicians has never been more urgent than now. Together with NC3, industry partners DMC and Snap-on, Inc., partner with aviation and career and technical education schools around the country to train the next generation of aircraft maintenance technicians through NC3 certifications and professional aviation Centers of Excellence.

A Look into the DMC Technology




DMC’s multiconductor cable stripper is one of the newest innovations from Daniels Manufacturing Corporation. Shielded twisted cable is common in all digital electronic networks, and takes new techniques to process. The skills you learn in this course will give experience in the latest precision termination technologies.



Electrical troubleshooting is something that is done daily to keep the electrical systems in aerospace vehicles in peak performance. This add-on curriculum is something that can be added to the PET Certification Kit in order to add a diagnostics element to your training.


  • Train-the-Trainer is a great opportunity for faculty. They are receiving up-to-date training on the latest and the greatest certifications that NC3 offers and then they can bring it back and share that information with their students and it truly enhances the way they teach.
    Dr. Sheree Utash | President
    WSU Tech
  • This is our time for Career and Technical Education. Today education, industry, and government are coming together and all striving for workforce advancement.
    Clark Coco | Dean
    Washburn Institute of Technology
  • Aaron Tanck
    As an individual company, we can only do so much. So what we've done is partnered with NC3 and broaden our reach. So now, we are not just Trane dealing with several schools but we are Trane and NC3 dealing with hundreds of schools
    Aaron Tanck
    Strategic Accounts Manager, Climate Solutions - Trane Commercial Systems
  • NC3 provides the basis of certifications, curriculum, and training. Employers are going to look at these student certifications and are going to say, "this is someone that is versed in skills that I need and actually bringing a product to market."
    Andrew Ortman | 3D Printer Key Account Manager
    Dremel Education | Robert Bosch Tool Corporation
  • NC3 provides a key strategy for community and technical colleges in aligning training needs with industry requirements. An industry certification adds a credential link from a degree to a career.
    Bryan D. Albrecht | President
    Gateway Technical College | Kenosha, WI
  • The relationship between Gateway and Snap-on has helped build a new strategy for us at our college, as a way to improve not only the facilities and the programs that we offer, but most importantly the outcomes and experiences of our students. It’s a curriculum change, a faculty innovation model, and most important, it’s a way to help students connect to the real world. Students graduate with unique skill sets. I hear from the industry that students need to perform at high skill levels. We’ve worked with Snap-on to develop a certification program that has gained national recognition.
    Bryan Albrecht
    President, Gateway Technical College
  • The partnership with NC3 has really increased our visibility and connected us with global partners. Our partnerships are not only sustaining but also building greater opportunities for our college.
    Bryan Albrecht
    President & CEO, Gateway Technical College
  • We were looking for a nationally known partner to raise the bar of our educational offerings, and our students were buying subpar tools. We partnered with Snap-on because we wanted to give our students a ‘leg up’ in their education and career.
    Bryan Schiedler
    Project Manager, Linn-Benton Community College
  • IC3 provides a base for the NC3 set of stackable credentials that will help individuals entering the transportation, aviation, manufacturing and energy fields prepare for today’s digital work environment.
    Roger Tadajewski
    Executive Director, NC3
  • We are pleased that NC3 recognizes the critical need for digital literacy as a workforce skill and specifically sees the value of the IC3 Digital Literacy certification. Basic technology skills are no longer optional, they are a requirement for any skilled career. This partnership will give more students access to the IC3 credential, making certified digitally ready students more attractive and productive for jobs in their chosen field.
    Nich Haber
    Global Leader IC3, Certiport
  • A picture is worth a 1000 words, but an NC3 Center of Excellence benchmarking school tour is worth years of time.
  • I don’t think anyone can underestimate the importance of industry and education coming together to send out and put into the workforce a highly trained worker.
    Clark Coco
    Retired Dean of Washburn Institute of Technology
  • Thank you for teaching an excellent class.  I was concerned about the ability to learn this type of curriculum at a distance but was pleasantly surprised at how smoothly and how professional the course ran. You were over-prepared and kept the class moving at a good pace, but still allowed time for questions and interaction. Well done.
    Daniel Fuller, Professor & Chair Automotive Technology Department
    Gateway Community College
  • David Clark | Superintendent of Operations
    The NC3 Leadership Summit was an outstanding opportunity to observe the value of industry specialized training with state of the art technical resources to facilitate much needed highly skilled labor in the workforce. The staff and facilitates at Gateway Technical College provide an excellent example of what an institution can accomplish through partnerships with industry and focus on structuring programs to be of optimum practical use to their students in education and career.
    David Clark | Superintendent of Operations
    Pima Community College
  • The key objective is granting our students greater access to careers in their communities. That is what NC3 represents - building that pathway of hope and opportunities for students to better their lives. If we can do that as educators, government officials, and community leaders, I think we've done our jobs.
    Dr. Bryan Albrecht | President & CEO
    Gateway Technical College
  • Education is hard to change, but technical education is much more flexible and much more nimble. We are always working with our business and industry partners to figure out "what's next" and one of those ways is through our membership with NC3.
  • For the instructors, NC3's certifications are a turnkey package - they have a turnkey set of training aids that matches the curriculum but also we want to make sure that the learning environment matches that level of professionalism as well. So if you look at all our labs, Centers of Excellence, and Train-the-Trainer locations, you will see something very similar, reflecting what industry expects for new incoming employees.
    Earl Bailey
    National Education Partnerships Manager, Snap-on Industrial
  • You won’t get the kind of training Greenlee gave us anywhere else and it was phenomenal.
    Equainess Price
    Student at Gateway Technical College
  • Tony Bean, Mechatronics Instructor
    The information covered during the hydraulic and pneumatics certifications was right in line with the Festo Didactic curriculum that comes with the trainers. I came away from the class with a much better understanding of what can be taught using that equipment… This helped me to develop a better hydraulics/pneumatics class for our students.
    Tony Bean, Mechatronics Instructor
    Rowan Cabarrus Community College
  • Nancy Wilson, NC3 Master Instructor
    Developing and presenting the FI4.0CP Train-the-Trainer classes has been a great experience. It is also a great opportunity for students to be able to obtain a mechatronics certification. I have taught the Train-the-Trainer fluid power class in Tennessee and Wisconsin and in both cases, I left with additional ideas that we intend to include in the fluid power classes offered at Lawson State Community College.
    Nancy Wilson, NC3 Master Instructor
    Lawson State Community College
  • Dr. Angeline Godwin, President
    We are creating a core workforce that can meet industry needs and attract future investments in this area. Focused industry training for both the future and current workforce is what our area needs for economic recovery.
    Dr. Angeline Godwin, President
    Patrick Henry Community College
  • The student can go anywhere in the country and get the same education that’s provided by Lincoln Electric. We know we’re putting out great welders.
    Greg Gonzales
    Santa Ana College, Santa Ana, Ca.
  • The way Palmer Hamilton does a PHabLAB is the process of democratizing education. We bring STEM learning to a school campus-wide to all your students. Our program is not just empower a few students in a select field of study, but rather we expose STEM learning to all students across all disciplines and programs. 
    Greg Herker
    Palmer Hamilton
  • Career and technical education changes lives quicker than any other form of education.
    James King
    Retired - Executive Vice Chancellor, Tennessee Board of Regents
  • Every faculty member that I have sent to the NC3 Train-the-Trainer has come back to campus as a better teacher.
    James King
    Retired - Executive Vice Chancellor, Tennessee Board of Regents
  • It's valuable for me to train other teachers and to be taught myself for continuous improvement as an educator. You need to learn and adapt to what is happening today and not what happened yesterday.
  • Jeremy Smith
    Being an NC3 master instructor gives me a personal pride to step out and work with other instructors throughout the Nation.
    Jeremy Smith
    Diesel Technology Instructor, Wallace State Community College
  • In automotive, we are problem solvers. We have to solve the issues within vehicles. When in the classroom, I can actually connect the math skills my high school students are learning in their math classes to practical situations in an automotive environment with the NC3 certifications we offer at our institution.
    Jerry Kobriger | Automotive Instructor
    Park High School
  • Don’t just go to a job interview and say ‘Hey, I know this.’ Show me an industry-recognized certification where I actually know you’ve been through it and know the key competencies to be a skilled professional and technician.
    John Lee
    NC3 & TCAT Coordinator, TCAT Elizabethton
  • If I just have this program to myself, I reach 50 students a year. When I teach as an NC3 Master Instructor at Train-the-Trainer, I can share this technology and nationally recognized curriculum with my fellow peers. Now, we’re reaching 1000 students…2000 students a year.
    John Lee
    NC3 & TCAT Coordinator, TCAT Elizabethton
  • Kevin Valentino
    All the NC3 curriculum and all the equipment is being introduced to us (at Train-the-Trainer) so we can take it back and start teaching the students with the new equipment and the new curriculum.
    Kevin Valentino
    Retired - Auto Tech Instructor, Sylmar High School
  • The time is now to focus on technical education in America. Let's bring back the dignity of work.
    Nick Pinchuk | Chairman & CEO
    Snap-on Incorporated
  • The unique thing about NC3 is that all students get our certifications at no charge! Every student, regardless of their economic background, has the ability to get an NC3 certification - endorsed by industry and carry that out into the marketplace.
    Roger Tadajewski
    Executive Director, NC3
  • The partnership between Starrett, NC3 and WSU Tech is helping our students bridge the gap between their tribal knowledge of measurement and precision measuring. Being able to provide our students the opportunity to become certified in PMI and AMI aids them in the Wichita area job market as these qualifications are highly recommended in certain industries, and has even become a selling point during job interviews. We try to impress upon our students the importance of being able to acquire and use these skills, none of which would be possible without Starrett’s continued presence in both our classrooms and in industry itself.
    Jeremy King | Lead Faculty, Design Technology
    WSU Tech
  • The partnership between Starrett and Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School has been extremely beneficial to our students. One of the greatest additions we received was the Starrett PMI and AMI kits. The part I like most about the curriculum is the thirteen stackable credentials that our students can take with them into the workforce. I also especially like the ability to teach twenty students at once, which ensures that each student gets the same exposure to these important measuring instruments. I have always been impressed by Starrett’s quality and reliability, and when I worked in industry I wanted no other tool in my toolbox. Now I am able to share that same quality and reliability with my students.
    Kevin Kally | Machine Technology Instructor
    Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School
  • Starrett is not just a company, it is a community of professionals that go to work every day and do the right thing. It’s five generations of family, all with the common thread of nothing less than manufacturing the very best Metrology Equipment in the World.
    Ira Friedman | Precision Tool Education Manager
    L.S. Starrett Company
  • Greenlee’s long history of commitment to the people who use our tools is reflected in the pride we have helping educate the next generation of skilled electricians.
    Steve Lehr
    Director of Greenlee Vocational Education
  • Sharing our knowledge of the essential electrical skills represented in our GreenApple program means that the next generation of electricians benefit from the legacy of the generations before them.
    Tim Kopp
    Program Manager for GreenApple Labs
  • The skills and knowledge students gain from the hands-on learning experiences in schools using what NC3 and Trane have to offer make them uniquely qualified to take on real-world challenges when they enter the workforce.
    Lisa Knapp, Vice President, Human Resources, Commercial HVAC NA & EMEA
    Trane
  • The collaboration of NC3, industry leaders and technical colleges is important in order to create a curriculum that develops the skills that match the needs of the workplace. Programs like NC3 are essential to helping students prepare for success in the workplace, and for the future of the HVAC industry too.
    Pat Archambault, Director, Strategic Programs, Sales
    Trane
  • The HVAC industry has thousands of jobs that need professional men and women who have completed technical education and development. The NC3/Trane partnership establishes the momentum in this critical development area and is changing student’s lives each stop along the way.
    Kevin Bollom, Vice President, Trane Service
    Trane