A: Refer to the "Prerequisites" tab above.
MNTC's CNC Machining Program is aligned with the highly recognized National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) and prepares students to successfully pass several of the NIMS Level One certification tests. Manual Machining skills learned in this career major include; basics of hand tools, job planning, benchwork, layout operations, drill press, milling and lathe processes. CNC skills that will be obtained include; CNC setup and programming, CNC lathe and mill operations, and CNC Basic CAM programming. Upon completion, students are prepared to enter the machining industry as entry level Manual Machinists or CNC Machinists.
Students who successfully complete this program have opportunities to become employed by Moore, Norman, and Oklahoma City Metro manufacturing companies.
- Who can attend?
- Class Times
- Credentials Available
- Gainful Employment
- Start Date: August,October,January
- Days: Monday - Friday
- A.M. Hours: 9:15 - 12:25
- NPS 9:15 - 12:05;
- MPS 9:35 - 12:25
- P.M. Hours: 1:15 - 4:10
- NPS: 1:15 - 4:10
- MPS: 1:15 - 4:10
- Evening Hours: N/A
- Adults can choose to attend A.M. and/or P.M. sessions.
- High school students can attend half day, A.M. or P.M., to be decided during career advisement session.
- OSHA General Safety
- NIMS Credentials:
- Measurement, Materials & Safety
- Job Planning, Benchwork, & Layout
- Drill Press Skills 1
- Manual Milling Skills
- Grinding Skills
- Turning Operations: Turning Chucking Skills
- Turning Operations: Turning Between Centers
- Completion & Positive Placement Rate
- Potential Occupations
- Potential Wages
- Career Profile
- On-Time Adult Completion Rate:For more information contact the Data Management Coordinator.
- Positive Placement Rate: 100.0%
Positive Placement Rate includes Military, Continuing Education and all Employment, related or not related. The rate information provided below is based on the most current data available.
A: You may be referred for assessment testing, which will be determined during your appointment with a Career Advisor.
A: No, you do not have to have a high school diploma to apply. However, not having a diploma may affect your ability to apply for financial aid.
A: Refer to the "Potential Occupations" tab above.
A: Refer to the "Credentials Available" tab above.
A: Refer to the "cost" tab above.