Considering a career as a Machine Operator, CNC Operator, Mechanical Engineer, Machinist, Tool Grinder, or Quality Control Assessor?
Skilled machinists are in great demand. The training you will receive in the Machine Production Technology program can put you on the road to a successful career in this high growth industry.
In a state-of-the-art facility, students use manual and computerized machining equipment to cut, mill, grind, or shape metal and non-metal materials. Whether utilizing traditional methods or more advanced techniques such as CNC, they are trained to produce machine parts with a high degree of accuracy. Prospective students should possess strong math skills, manual dexterity, mechanical aptitude, and the ability to solve problems. Click here for Machine Production's Program Guide.