Precision Machining Technology Certificate

A male student gathers materials needed to complete a project in the Precision Machining Technology lab at Central Maine Community College.

The Precision Machining Certificate, which can be completed in one year, introduces students to a variety of entry-level precision machining concepts and methods. Through in-classroom and hands-on training in our state-of-the-art technology lab, students learn skills needed to enter the machining industry as an entry-level operator.

Individuals in this program have the option of transferring into the Associate in Applied Science Precision Machining Program, allowing them further access to higher-level employment and salary in the industry.

WITH MORE TRAINING, INDIVIDUALS CAN BE EMPLOYED AS:

  • Machinists
  • CNC machinists
  • Tool and die makers
  • Process quality control technicians
  • Quality control inspectors
  • Machine assemblers
  • Machine tool designers
  • CNC programmers
  • Field service representatives

Please see the College Catalog for all program details and requirements.

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