Computer Numeric Control (CNC) Machining 

CNC Machining Program Flyer

Current Course: 
August 21 – December 12, 2017
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Upcoming Course Offerings:
January 8 – May 3, 2018
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

NIMS

This 640 hour certification program validates that an individual has the information and skills to successfully setup and operate a CNC milling center, maintain quality and safety standards, keep records, and maintain equipment and supplies. This course is aligned to six (6) National Institute for Metalworking (NIMS) certificates, with competencies including:

  • Industrial Safety
  • Lock-Out/Tag-Out Processes
  • Shop-Based Mathematics
  • Introduction to Metrology
  • Job and Process Planning
  • Hand-Tool Usage
  • Saw Operations
  • Safe Operations with Machine Tools
  • Blueprint Reading/ Interpretation
  • Inspection of Basic Components
  • Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T)
  • Basic Manual Machine-Tool Operations
  • Rough-Cutting and Blanking of Materials
  • Identification of CNC Mill and Lathe Tools for Machining
  • Setup and Maintenance of Tool Holders and Inserts for CNC Processes
  • Identification and Usage of Machine Components
  • Machine Setup and First-Part Proving Procedures
  • Maintenance of Part Specifications through Measurements and Offsets
  • Documentation through Production Logs or Statistical Process Control (SPC)
  • Implementation and Review of Improvement Processes
  • G and M Codes for Programming for the Lathe and Mill
  • G-Code Creation and Required NIMS Parts for Machines

Helpful links:

CareerSource Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Funding Page
Sallie Mae Vocational Training Loan Website
Workforce Grants Page

For more information, contact Wyatt Dube.
  1. Manual Machining (Summer 2018)

    Summer 2018
    (Dates TBA)

    10 Weeks (400 Hours)
    Monday – Friday
    8:00 am – 5:00 pm
    Fee: $4,815.00

    This certification program validates that an individual has the information and skills to successfully complete process planning; basic manual milling and turning machine applications; and machine setups, operations, and inspection techniques; as well as integrate the necessary safety standards. This course is aligned to four (4) National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) certificates, with competencies including:

    • Industrial Safety
    • Blueprint Interpretation
    • Applied Mathematics
    • Cutting-Tool Assembly
    • Cutting-Tool Selection
    • Cutting-Tool Sharpening
    • Geometrical Dimensioning and Tolerances
    • Precision Measurements
    • Introduction to Metrology
    • Materials Identification and Tool Selection
    • Successful Machining Techniques
    • Tolerance Inspection
    • Machine Maintenance
    • Machining Applications
    • Material Preparation
    • Metallurgical Introduction
    • Digital Readout (DRO) Introduction and Uses

    Helpful links:

    CareerSource Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Funding Page
    Sallie Mae Vocational Training Loan Website
    Workforce Grants Page

    For more information, contact Wyatt Dube.