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Want to get started with a career in manufacturing but don’t know where to begin?

The 120-hour Introduction to Manufacturing program is crafted to impart foundational concepts in precision manufacturing along with the essential supportive knowledge necessary for entry-level positions. This course covers theoretical concepts as well as hands-on skill development in a state-of-the-art manufacturing laboratory.

In This Course You'll Learn To:

  • Develop proficiency in mathematics applicable to precision manufacturing
  • Master the interpretation of blueprints
  • Acquire skills in semi-precision and precision measurement techniques
  • Demonstrate adherence to safety procedures in a manufacturing environment
  • Gain knowledge and hands-on experience in machine technology
  • Understand the principles and operation of CNC technology
  • - Apply measurement, materials, and safety standards according to NIMS guidelines

Admission Requirements:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • GED or high school diploma

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