Precision/CNC Machine Technology

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(600 Hours) Financial Aid Eligible Program (For those who qualify)

NIMS

Be prepared to enter the high-pay, high-tech field of precision machining.  Journeyman machinists, die makers, mold makers and CNC programmers/operators enjoy stable employment in the dynamic environment of manufacturing.  Individuals considering careers in all aspects of manufacturing will benefit.

All participants will be given the opportunity to earn Level 1 credentials from the National Institute for Metalworking Skills, Inc. (NIMS).

This hands-on curriculum includes:

  • Applied mathematics, blueprint interpretation, geometric dimensioning & tolerancing
  • Project work on lathes, mills, surface grinders
  • CNC/CAD/CAM fundamentals
  • Manufacturing safety and job planning
  • Hand tools and drilling machines
  • Inspection instruments and quality control
  • Metallurgy and heat treating
  • Web-based instruction in partnership with Tooling U.

This course work has been approved by the Bureau of Apprenticeship Training for existing company sponsored apprenticeship programs.

Schedule/Tuition:

Fall 2014
Monday – Thursday
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM (some Saturday classes may be required)
September 15, 2014 – June 30, 2015 (approximate ending date)

Tuition Fee: $8,495 (includes non-refundable materials fee of $835)
Tuition includes textbooks, Tooling U and examination fee.
Students can expect the following additional costs: none.

Registration begins at the Information Night on Thursday, May 8, 2014.

Call Elaine Byrd at (440) 891-7697 or Mary Koeka at (440) 891-7653 for more information.

Program Resources

Course of Study

Syllabus

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