precision machining and manufacturing technology

The Precision Machining & Manufacturing Technology program is designed to teach the technical skills necessary to ensure students are prepared for the entry level basics in set up and operation of manual and computer numerical control (CNC) machine tools. Students will learn to read and interpret blue print drawings, learn the proper use of precision measuring tools used by machinists, die and mold makers, and skilled professionals in the manufacturing industry.

Students will develop leadership, management, and quality control skills while working towards nationally recognized NIMS certifications.

Length of the Program
620 clock hours (9-10 months)

Monday thru Thursday
5 P.M. to 9:30 P.M.

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Funding Opportunities
Federal student aid, G.I. Bill, and tribal funding for eligible students, scholarships, and interest-free payment plans available

Average Starting Salary Range
$15 to $17 per hour

*Pay may vary due to the shift worked, previous work experience and employer salary pay range

Career Pathways
Manual & Computer Controlled Machinist, Tool & Die Maker, Mold Maker, Aerospace, Medical & Robotic industries, Jewelry making, Engineer

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