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Machining Technology

The Machining Technology program is an employee sponsored program.  Incoming students must be employed by a shop in the area that will sponsor them to complete the training.  The program will prepare students for entry-level positions as machine technicians, tool operators, and machinist. Students will learn to operate a variety of mechanically and computer controlled machines.  Topics will include working with hand tools, part layout, blueprint reading, tool selection, lathe operations, programming, and more.   Upon completion of the training students may be able to sit for NIMS certifications.  

Course Outline:  
Machining Math
Blueprint Reading 1 & 2
Shop Theory 1 & 2
CNC Theory
CNC Machining

Program Length:
2 semesters ( August- December & January - May)

Day & Time
T& TH 4-7pm in class/lab
20 hours a week online virtual learning

Tuition Includes:
NIMS Testing Subscription
textbook & workbook
online access to LMS

As a minimum requirement all CCCTC Adult Education programs require students to hold a High School Diploma or GED.  See Handbook (under helpful links & forms) for specific admission requirements. 


Students are offered instruction on using specific computer applications needed for all programs.  However, it is helpful for students to be familiar with use of a personal computer to navigate computer applications used in all CCCTC Adult Education programs.


The  CCCTC Student Consumer Handbook has all of the specific information regarding programs at CCCTC. This handbook answers many questions not found elsewhere and is used to guide our policies and procedures for CCCTC Adult Education Programs. The Handbook may be found by clicking the Helpful Links and Forms tab.  

Kevin Clark
Business Industry/
 Student Services Coordinator
[email protected]
Office Phone:
 (330) 424-3520
or call 330-424-9562 for the Adult Education Office.
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