As a Machine Tooling Technics student, you will:
- Gain skill sets that prepare you for careers in Computer Numerical Control (CNC) operation, and CNC programming.
- Acquire skills in tool and die making, quality control, precision and repair machining, and other high technical fields.
- Learn Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM).
- Use state-of-the-art machining centers, turning centers and Electrical Discharge Machines (EDM).
- Gain knowledge and skills necessary to design, build and inspect machined parts, injection mold and stamping die.
- Get hands-on training on high-tech work equipment.
- Learn skills in problem solving, team work, math, communication, and computers.
- Become a skilled craftsman.
Machine Tooling is on a career pathway that includes this two-year technical diploma, a one-year technical diploma and a certificate. All will prepare you for a good job and advanced training. Learn at your own pace and increase your earning potential with credentials that keep you moving on your career path.
Students in the Machine Tooling Technics program can attend full or part time.
Machine Tooling Technics Program classes may be offered at these Madison College campuses:
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Gainful Employment Disclosure - 2019
- This program is designed to be completed in 64 weeks.
- This program will cost $9,126 if completed within normal time.
- Of the students who completed this program within normal time, the typical graduate leaves with $0 of debt.
- Program does not meet licensure requirements in the following States: Wisconsin
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