The Future is Here. Train for it.
Our world has been transformed by technology and the demands of a global economy. To meet the needs of worldwide trade industries, companies are relying on skillful operators in advanced technology and automation in the manufacturing sector. Highly trained machine operators are in demand to operate precision machinery,
systems and processes.
Whether you are a current student or looking for a career change, the advanced technology industry has career opportunities waiting for you.
What is CNC Manufacturing?
CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Machining uses computers to control tools, such as lathes, mills,
routers and grinders. These machines are programmed to produce precise components used in a variety of products.
Programming can be done using CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Design/ Computer Aided Manufacturing) programs and are loaded into the CNC control. The control system gives direction to the automated CNC machine.
Benefits of completing this program include:
· Higher earning potential
· Increase career opportunities across multiple industries
· Blended classroom format, accelerated eight-week courses
· Hands-on experience using state-of-the-art equipment
· Get certified while completing your degree
Operator, Production Operator, Production Technician, Technician, Chemical Equipment Operator, Chemical Operator, Fixers, CNC Technician Manufacturing Technician and Production Manufacturing Specialist.
Start earning more, faster!
The CNC certificate program requires 15 credits. Course are completed in 8-week sessions. Students can complete the specialization with 12 credits in as few as 24 weeks or within six months.
Is this program right for you?
The program is designed for individuals with an interest in manufacturing and machining, or professionals already working in the field who want to advance their career and increase earning potential by attaining certifications. Courses will also give students planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree in engineering a better understanding of the programming involved to direct an automated CNC machine.
This program provides broad-based knowledge about the multi-step processes to successfully troubleshoot and solve problems beyond the scope of typical machine operators.
Want to learn more?
Fill in the form on the right and one of our program managers will contact you.
Contact Program Coordinator, Erin Greskovich :