What is a CNC Operator?
The CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Operator runs a machine to create parts from raw materials, typically metal. The operator inputs instructions into the CNC machine so the machines can perform the correct function, such as drilling, milling or grinding.
Successful Program Completers Receive:
Schoolcraft College Certificate of Completion
NIMS Level 1 (Nationally Recognized Certifications) Certification Exams
OSHA 10 Certification
Guaranteed interviews upon completion of the course
Review Shop Math
Perform basic machine tool operations
Identify CNC Mill and lathe Tools used for CNC machining
Inspect basic components
Setup and define work offsets and tool length offsets
Setup machines for production runs
Practice interview techniques
There is an immediate need for CNC Operators in our area!
Full Time Positions Available with benefits
Starting Pay $13-16/hour
Potential for Advancement and Further Education
Course Schedule and Fee:
July 22nd through August 22nd
Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm (1 hour lunch)
Course Fee: $3,300
Participants may be eligible for grant funding for this training. Contact your local Michigan Works! if you are interested at www.michiganworks.org or 800-285-9675.
LaRita Banks 734-462-4693 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandra Miller 734-462-4680 or email@example.com