Manufacturing Academy

Information Session

Register to attend introductory webinar

Create the Parts that Run The World

The Manufacturing Academy prepares students for an entry level role as a computer numerical control (CNC) Machine Operator.

CNC machinist is a hands-on career using manufacturing technology that produces parts for a variety of industries such as automotive manufacturers, aerospace, mechanical engineering, metalworking and more.

Students will learn the fundamental knowledge of Conventional & CNC Machining, Blueprint Reading, Precision Measurement Instruments, and related manufacturing topics. The basic qualifications needed to be a machine operator are a high school diploma and a training program.

Entry level positions can pay $18 – $20 per hour. This program has a 90% job placement rate after graduation. We can also provide help with your resume and preparing for interviews.

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Manufacturing Academy

Information Webinar

Wednesday, June 15, 2022
4:00 PM