Precision Machining careers pay well, have excellent long-term employment prospects, and offer interesting machining work that is in high demand.
NGTC’s Precision Machining & Manufacturing Technology program teaches the technical and professional skills necessary to program and operate advanced machining equipment.
Beginning students learn hand-operation techniques before advancing to the use of design software and CNC machines. Precision Machining graduates are in high demand, as are graduates from related advanced programs such as Tool and Die Specialist or Applied Technical Management.
Courses in the program include:
Students completing the program may choose career paths in:
Tool and Die Specialist
Graduates of the CNC/Machining program may work in a variety of areas including:
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The Precision Machining & Manufacturing Programs are a great fit for those who enjoy technology but also like to create and build things with their hands.