Precision Tooling & Machining

Become a CNC Machinist

This entry-level training program is designed to develop skills in the areas of:

  • CNC machining

  • CNC programming

  • Manual machining

  • Blueprint reading, CAD, CAM, SolidWorks

  • Dimensional metrology

  • Computer aided manufacturing

  • Welding (GMAW & GTAW)

Successful completers of the program will learn skills designed to meet the needs of employers in the local and regional job market.

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Program Modules

  • Auto Cad

  • Blueprint Reading/Schematics

  • CAD/CAM 1

  • CAD/CAM 2

  • CNC Turning Centers

  • CNC Milling Machines

  • Introduction to CNC

  • Dimensional Metrology/Bench Work

  • Engine Lathes

  • Introduction to Lathes and Mills

  • OSHA - 10 


  • Precision Grinding

  • Precision Tooling Construction

  • Vertical Milling Machines

  • Welding: MIG, TIG, & Stick

  • Introduction to Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

  • Professional Development

Certifications Available

  • Forklift Safety

  • OSHA 10

  • NIMS

Enrollment

Schedule Options

Full Program
600-hour, 17-module program

Individual Modules
Any 36-hour module listed above

Individual modules are a great option for individuals who require specific updates to enhance their current skills or companies looking to advance the credentials of their workforce.

Get Started!

  1. Request more information online or call 937.778.1980

  2. Schedule a WorkKeys appointment

  3. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid,(FAFSA).
    School code: 014058 

Start Date

September 1, 2022
Monday - Thursday
5:00 - 9:00 pm

600 Hours / $8,700*

Location:
Adult Technology Center

*Cost includes books, testing fees, tool kit, and lab fees.

Program Contact

Wendell Meyers
Industrial Training Coordinator  
meyersw@uppervalleycc.org
937.778.1980 x307

Adult Technology Center
8901 Looney Road | Piqua, Ohio

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Graduation and Employment Rates

*based on ACCSC's Annual Report for 2021

Precision Tooling & Machining
(Information represents the following Cohort: September 2019)

Graduation Rate
6 Students Started/5 Graduates / 83% Graduation Rate

Employment Placement in Field
4 Graduates Employed In Field / 80% Placement in Field