Precision Machining

Machinist are in high demand and require technical training directly related to manipulating various materials using different equipment specific to the industry. As one of the top earning careers, Machining is a secure career that requires critical thinking and hands-on expertise. Students enrolled in Precision Machining will learn a wide variety of machining skills from manual machining on lathes, mills, and grinders to CNC (Computer Numerical Control).

This innovative, in-demand program was designed to prepare the successful graduate for an entry-level position as a machinist. The course will cover workplace and machine operation safety, tooling, set-up, manual operation of lathes, mill machine, saw, CNC programming and operation, blueprint reading, measurement reading, use of calipers, micrometers, grinding, and hand finishing of metals.

Program Admission Requirements: HS Diploma or GED, Drivers License or Photo ID, Workeys Assessment