Today’s manufacturer works in a technological environment free from the grit and grime of the past. The industry includes operations for a turned, molded or metalworking product; aerospace products and parts; automotive and locomotive products and parts; and much more. The manufacturer of today will use a CNC machine (computer numerically controlled machine). A CNC machine transforms various materials into exact specifications according to the blueprint.

This course will provide all the components needed to seek an entry-level assignment as a manufacturer. The 21 st century manufacturer will need to know the basics of math, computer operation and the inter-relationship of reading a blue print to the function of the final product. The classroom will be combined with a lab experience on CNC machines. The textbook is a software program in which students will have 24/7 access to learn the art of machining. Flight simulator technology is used which shows the student how to operate a CNC machine in a safe, effective and efficient environment.

This program is approved by the NYS Bureau of Veterans Education.

Compliance: New York State Department of Labor Apprentice Training.

Fall Winter/Spring
Start Date September 10, 2018 February 25, 2019
End Date December 20, 2018 (Thursday)
May 2, 2019
Location Bohlen Technical Center Bohlen Technical Center
Days Mondays and Wednesdays
Mondays, Wednesday and Thursdays
Times 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Course Length 14 weeks / 81 hrs. 9 weeks / 81 hrs.
Tuition $1,815 $1,815
Instructor Craig Perry

Please note the last week of class is scheduled to be held on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
Craig Perry

Registration Information

Tuition Assistance is Available

For more information, call the Adult and Continuing Education Office  (315) 779-7220.