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CNC Toolmaking

Program Overview

With hands-on training from experienced instructors on state-of-the-art equipment, you’ll have the opportunity to learn how to design and produce precision parts with speed and accuracy using CNC machinery. Whether you’re interested in working in aerospace, automotive, medical device manufacturing, or any other industry that relies on CNC technology, our CNC program can provide you with the foundation you need to succeed in this exciting field.



Machinists median annual wage


Student success rate


New jobs each year for the next decade


Expansive Machine Shop.

Full machine shop with manual lathes and mills, CNC mills, CNC lathes, EDM’s. Full inspection room with a CMM and optical comparator. Students receive a full toolbox with everything they need to be successful.

Hands on Learning.

Hands-on learning: the majority of class time is spent working on machines. 1st semester is an in-depth training on manuals. Followed by two semesters working with CNC machines.

Job Opportunities while going to school.

We work with industry members to line up internships and part-time work for our students. Having these connections early in their career helps place students in high-demand jobs.

Challenging Curriculum.

Learn how to use powerful 3D modeling software, including Solidworks and Mastercam to take an idea from concept to a fully rendered 3D model, then use the CNC machines actually turn that idea into reality.

Three Semester Program.

Our program is an intensive hands-on approach to learning a trade. Our diploma program is only 3 semesters, meaning you are only learning machining during your time at school, with no general education requirements. Graduate 33% faster than other trade schools in the region.