Our class size will give you easy access to the equipment and tools of the trade. Students learn to fabricate parts by interpreting blueprints and using precision measuring tools. They will make parts to factory specifications and standards. Lathe and mill operation will be mastered by learning proper machine set up, including material speeds and feeds. Shop safety will be covered and the hazards involved using these machines.
This is a hands-on, highly skilled job with many opportunities in the area. Count on gaining practical knowledge in the machining field that employers are looking for.
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In Minnesota, there are 980 workers employed in this career.
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Eligible to test for MSSC Certified Production Tech
Eligible to test for National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS)
This program will prepare you and make you eligible to test for the Certified production Technician (CPT) exam.