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Manufacturing is one of the fastest growing fields in the United States and soon will be first. The machining trade consists of people at retirement age and needs newly skilled technicians.
This program is designed to help new employees enter the workforce with current skills and training needed to work with the machines, tools, methods, and materials used for shaping and assembling products. Skills are developed in the use of hand and precision tools such as lathes, mill machines, and grinders, as well as bench work, heat treating, computerized numerical control (CNC), and computer-aided drafting (CAD). Additionally, they will design, read blue prints, inspect and market products.
- identify machining tools.
- read blueprints.
- work in Auto CAD.
- learn CNC programming.
- learn PC-DMIS inspection software.
Project based hands-on LEARNING SKILLS:
- Precision measuring tools
- Set-up machinery
- Operate milling machines, engine lathes, drill presses, precision grinders, and power saws