Machinist-CNC Operator

Machinist-CNC Operator

  • Degree Type Non-Credit
  • Program outcomesEnter the workforceAdvance my careerEnhance my skillset
  • Area of StudyEngineering & Technology

Get back to work in less than 6 months!

Train for a high-tech career in the in-demand field of Machinist-Computerized Numeric Control (CNC) Operator through our certificate of completion program, and learn the machine technology necessary to produce metal, wood or plastic components in everyday products.

In the program, you will gain working knowledge of CNC operations and the ability to set up and run a lathe and milling machine, as well as perform basic machine operations.

Prepare to work in an entry-level position in the advanced manufacturing industry with the following skills:

  • Blueprint reading
  • Tool identification
  • CNC mill operations
  • Basic measurement
  • Safety precautions and procedures
  • Precision tools
  • Machine milling and lathe operations
  • Maintenance and troubleshooting
  • OSHA 10 Certificate

Cost: $3,400
Length of program: 168 hours
Dates: Available sections

For more information, contact Kyle Longacre, Dean of Workforce and Economic Development, at