The training includes an overview of the manufacturing process, including machine tools operations, CNC setup and operation, and setup and operation of manual metal lathe, mill, drill press and band saw for completion of lathe and milling projects, the release said.
This program is also pre-approved and eligible for manufacturing partners to get TechCred reimbursement funding, Beavers said.
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“This means they can send incumbent workers or new hires through this training for little to no cost once individuals have achieved their completion certificates,” she said. “This program also includes the NIMS measurement, material and safety industry recognized credential, covered in the cost, which is another valuable tool for employees to have.”
The next CNC Technical Operator certification will begin on July 13 and end on Aug. 7. Classes are held from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Students interested the short-term certificated can enroll online on the Clark State website.