Machinists are employed in a variety of industries including energy, transportation, advanced manufacturing and the production of specialty products. This training program is designed to prepare students for a career in manual and CNC machining using classroom instruction, computer based training and extensive hands-on experience.
Courses and Program Costs
- TI-192 Preparation for Machining
- TI-115 Machining- Job Planning, Bench Work, and Layout
- TI-193 Manual Milling
- TI-194 Manual Turning
- TI-166 CNC Turning- Programming and Setup
- TI-167 CNC Turning Operations
- TI-164 CNC Milling Programming and Setup
- TI-165 CNC Milling Operations
|Out of County||$3,145|
|Of of State||$3,295|
Time to Complete Program
Approximately 15-18 months. Classes are held 2 evening per week.
- Preparation for Machining is a required prerequisite for all Machining classes unless the student is able to demonstrate prior learning through NIMS testing.
- Manual Machining experience or prior training is required to enroll in any CNC courses.
- A $25.00 non-refundable registration fee is required from all students.
- Students are required to have a High School Diploma or equivalent.
- Students are required to take the TABE Assessment prior to enrollment.
- Students must participate in an Orientation and Information Session.
- Students must maintain a 75% average in each class and meet attendance requirements to progress to the next course.
Location of Training
CNC Machining Classes
Career Technology and Training Center
116 Industrial Park, Accident, MD 21520
Manual Machining Classes
Southern Garrett High School
345 Oakland Drive, Oakland, MD 21550
Certifying Professional Association/Agency
National Institute of Metalworking Skills (NIMS)
Upon Successful Completion
- Students will be able to demonstrate core competencies as outlined by NIMS.
- Students will also have the opportunity to earn NIMS Credentials in each class.
Overall employment of machinists and tool and die makers is projected to grow 7% from 2020 to 2030. About 47,500 openings for machinists and tool and die makers are projected each year, on average, over the decade.
A.A.S. Degree in Professional Technical Studies: Machining concentration
Students also have the option of earning a credit A.A.S. degree in Professional Technical Studies: Machining. Learn more here.
Classes beginning each fall! Next available Manual Machining program will begin on 9/25/23 and ends on 3/6/24. CNC Machining program begins each Spring. Call or email for more information.
*Course details could be subject to change, call or email for more information.
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Josh LearPhone: 301-387-3087