The Precision Manufacturing & Machining program offers a two-semester curriculum that leads to a Vocational Certificate.
The course consists of hands-on operation of machine shop equipment and classroom theory covering such areas as safety, blueprint reading, lathe and milling machine operation, metallurgy and shop math.
Throughout the program, students will have the opportunity to acquire National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) credentials.
This program requires an ACT Score of 16 in the Composite and Math areas as well as a Silver Certificate on the Workkeys exam. Please see the program advisor or a counselor for additional information regarding testing times, locations.
As new technologies shape the manufacturing industry, companies are experiencing an immediate demand for machinists who are qualified to construct and maintain machines and equipment.
This program prepares students for lucrative careers as machine operators, machinists, CNC operators, CNC programmers, mold makers and tool-and-die makers.
Here's a look at companies that have recently hired Precision Manufacturing and Machining graduates:
Columbus Rubber & Gasket