Precision Machining Technology
Build Valuable Skills as a Precision Machine Technician (PMT)
(CNC Machining and Composites Manufacturing)
The Precision Machine Technology (PMT) program leads to careers in machine tool technologies. This program is the foundation for the Precision Machinist trade principles and conventional machining operations followed by computer applications of modern manufacturing technology. PMT provides technical, hands-on training on CNC machines that are similar to those used to create parts for the auto, aerospace, and agriculture industries involving composites, polymers and injection molded parts.
Precision Machinist operates metal-removing equipment such as lathes, drill presses, milling machines and grinders, many of which are computer numerically controlled (CNC). Precision Machinist may specialize in operating one type of machine or they may be required to work equally well on several.
Graduates of this program:
- Understand the types of composites and polymers used in manufacturing precision components
- Operate injection molding equipment
- Acquire proficiency to apply for formal Apprenticeship Programs for development into the trades journeyman pathway
- Develop skills in
- shop mathematics
- blueprint reading and engineer designs
- machining processes
- precision layout and measurement
- organization, communication and teamwork
- independent problem solving
- programming and operating computer numerical controlled (CNC) milling and turning centers
- In safe manner, efficiently operate:
- engine lathes
- drill presses
- surface grinders
- horizontal and vertical mills
- CNC machining and turning centers
- Use precision- measuring instruments such as micrometers and calipers to inspect parts for conformance to design
- Have entry-level career opportunities as either manufacturing technicians or computer control programmers and operators
- Work in machining shops or in manufacturing industries, such as machinery manufacturing and transportation equipment manufacturing
Explore how Tri-C machinist training program will help you begin your future in Precision Machine Technology.
|Train to Qualify:||For Entry-Level position in the machine tool trade
(Starting Salaries: $14 – 18hr)
|Funding:||Scholarships, grants and financial aid available for those who qualify. Need help with your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)?
view the College Now Flyer or Contact the Tri-C Financial Aid Coordinator 216-987-0272
|Finish the Program:||In under 7 months and get into the demanding machining job market quickly! View the courses requirements.|
|Credentials:||Certificate of Competency from the Workforce, Community and Economic Development Division.
Prepares students in conjunction with the standards set by the national
Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) testing in seven of the level one credentials.
|Stackable:||The 27 credits you earn as a part of this certificate can apply toward an Applied Industrial Technology Associates Degree|
|You Will Learn:||To safely set-up and operate:
|Convenience:||Day and Evening Classes Available|
|TO START:||Call 216-987-3196|
- High School diploma or GED
- Accuplacer assessments for math (MATH 0950 level)
For important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attend this program, please view the disclosure for this program.