CNC Machine Operator Academy

Industrial Technology IconThe CNC Machine Operator Career Academy provides students the opportunity to earn a CNC Machine Operator Certificate.

CNC Machining is mechanical design, computer programming and software, blueprint reading, mathematics, and more. CNC Machining careers provide solid pay, job stability, independence, and opportunity for growth.

CNC Machine Operator Certificate

During High School

Term 1: Fall, senior year of high school, 9 credits

  • MFG:106 Work Place Safety with OSHA 10-hour General Industry Card *, 3 credits
  • MFG:192 Blue Print Reading, 3 credits
  • MFG:371 Manual Projects, 3 credits

Term 2: Spring, senior year of high school, 7 credits

  • MFG:201 CNC Turning Operator, 2 credits
    MFG:221 CNC Milling Operator, 2 credits
    CAD:139 Introduction to CAD/CAM, 3 credits

Award: CNC Machine Operator Certificate (16 credits)

Careers in CNC Machining

One thing we hear over and over again is employers can’t find enough trained workers to fill all the job openings they have available. That’s great news for you as you start making plans for your future. Your hardest choice might be deciding which path to take. There are jobs available.

  • CNC Machining (Computer Numerical Control)
    As a machinist or tool and die maker you’ll set up and operate a variety of computer-controlled and mechanically controlled machine tools to produce precision metal parts, instruments and tools.

For more information, contact our high school team