Training: CNC Machine Operator


300 Hours of Free Training

The NAMC CNC Machine Operator training program is a pre-employment introduction to precision machining averaging 250-300 hours and including hands-on technical training, shop math, metrology and inspection, blueprint reading, and OSHA 10 General Safety. Graduates will be prepared for entry-level CNC Machine Operator, Quality Control Inspection, and Manual Machining positions in a variety of companies and industries, as well as for office-related engineering and purchasing support roles. The objective is meaningful and sustainable careers in Advanced Manufacturing, with pathways for advancement in the industry.

June 3, 2024 to August 15, 2024
Monday to Friday
8:00 am to 2:00 pm

Center for Manufacturing Technology in Woburn

Course Content: OSHA 10 General Industry, Safety and Health, Math for Machining, Metrology and Inspection, Blueprint Reading, GDT, Machine Shop and Safety, Tooling U Online, Manual Lathes and Mills, CNC Lathes and Mills, Exposure to Master CAM, Career Planning / Career Readiness

Career Pathways: CNC Machine Operator, Entry Level Setup and Operation, Quality Control Inspector, Manual Machining

Eligibility: H.S. diploma or GED, 18 years or older, unemployed or underemployed

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MassHire Program & Services are funded in part by US Department of Labor (USDOL) Employment and Training Administration grants as well as non-federal funded grants. Additional details furnished upon request.

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