CNC Production Specialist

 

Program Overview

This 600-hour certificate program offers a pathway to one of the most sought after positions in today’s high-tech manufacturing marketplace.  In this hands-on program, students will start with the basics of CNC machining by working first with the manual machines and then progress to working with some of the most advanced computer operated CNC machines.

 

Courses Available

PMT0026 CNC Production Technician I

0 credit hour(s) | Fall | Spring | Summer 

This course prepares students for entry into the CNC machining industry.  Students explore career opportunities and requirements of a CNC production specialist.  Content emphasizes beginning skills key to the success of working in the CNC machining industry.  Students study workplace safety and organization, job-related mathematics, basic blueprint information, metrology, the history of manufacturing and primary and secondary manufacturing processes, geometric dimension and tolerance, set up and operation of drill presses, CNC control panels, CNC machine systems, CNC lathe, mill operations, and maintenance and troubleshooting.

PMT0026 CNC Production Technician I

0 credit hour(s) | Fall | Spring | Summer 

This course prepares students for entry into the CNC machining industry.  Students explore career opportunities and the requirements of a CNC production specialist.  Content emphasizes beginning skills key to the success of working in the CNC machining industry.  Students study workplace safety and organization, job-related mathematics, basic blueprint information, metrology, the history of manufacturing and primary and secondary manufacturing processes, geometric dimension and tolerance, set up and operation of drill presses, CNC control panels, CNC machine systems, CNC lathe, mill operations, and maintenance and troubleshooting.

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Standard Occupations:

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Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators, Metal & Plastic
www.onetonline.org/link/summary/51-4011.00

Computer Numerically Controlled Machine Tool Programmers, Metal & Plastic
www.onetonline.org/link/summary/51-4012.00