Machining with CNC Fundamentals

machining training program

Don’t want a run-of-the-mill job? Turn your interests into a new career in the high-demand field of Machining with CNC Fundamentals.

In this program, students learn the fundamental components of the manual mill, including common fixtures, cutting tools, and tool holders, as well as an introduction to Computer Numeric Control (CNC) programming and operation. Also, basic mill and lathe operation, safety procedures, tolerancing, and blueprint reading skills will be taught. A work-based experience at one of the prominent machine shops in the Rochester community is featured at the end of the program.

In addition, this program includes customer service skills and employment skills development, and prepares you for industry certification in Green Awareness, OSHA 10 and Forklift. Graduates of this program find employment as a machinist, production machinist, machine operator, tool room attendant, maintenance machinist and gear machinist.

Prerequisites: High school diploma or equivalent and the ability to lift 50 pounds

Class Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.; 20 weeks/600 hours, including a 2-week work-based experience (NOTE: schedule may change for fall semester)

Tuition: $7700 (includes books/exam fees)

Class Location: 3589 Big Ridge Road, Spencerport, NY 14559

* Pell Grant & Stafford Loan Approved Program *
* Veteran-Approved Training *

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