Machinist CNC Level I

    You can be the next generation manufacturer. 

    Today’s manufacturer works in a technological environment free from the grit and grime of the past.  According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (May 2014 analysis), the national median wage is $19.97 per hour with an annual income of $41,540.  New York State represents one of the states with the high employment rates, high concentration of jobs and high wages for manufacturers.  Skilled, high-end manufacturers in NYS can earn in excess of $60,000 annually.  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 manufacturing industry is evolving.  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 21st 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.

    Fall Session Spring Session
     Start Date
     September 11, 2017  February 5, 2018
     End Date
     November 15, 2017  April 12, 2018
     Location   Bohlen Technical Center  Bohlen Technical Center
     Days  Monday, Wednesdays & Thursdays  Monday, Wednesdays & Thursdays
     Times  6:00 - 9:00 p.m.  6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
     Course Length  10 weeks / 81 hrs.  10 weeks / 81 hrs.
     Tuition  $1,815  $1,815
     Instructor  Craig Perry