CNC Machine Tool Operator training provides foundational training in shop related math, machine shop safety, measurement, blueprint reading, manual milling and turning, an introduction to CNC (with a project) and statistical process control. The program prepares students through hands-on training and machining of various components. The in-class courses and projects consist of 210 hours of training.
JOB TITLES AT COURSE COMPLETION
- CNC Machine Operator
CINCINNATI STATE EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS
- CNC Machine Tool Programmer, Machine Operator 2 (WDC)
- Additive (3D Printing) Manufacturing Technician Certificate (WDC)
- Applied Technology Specialist (ATS) Associate Degree
|START DATE||END DATE||DAYS||TIMES|
|January 3, 2023||July 11, 2023||Tuesday and Thursday||5:30 PM – 9:30 PM|
|April 5, 2023||October 18, 2023||Monday and Wednesday||5:30 PM – 9:30 PM|
|September 6, 2023||April 3, 2024||Monday and Wednesday||5:30 PM – 9:30 PM|
CNC Machine Tool Operator (MO1), WDC Certificate
|COURSE||COURSE NUMBER||CONTACT HOURS||CREDIT HOURS||COURSE FEE|
|Machine Shop Math* |
A course that reviews basic mathematical skills used in the maintenance trades. Topics include: decimals, fractions, percents, ratios, proportions, roots, and powers; basic algebra; and basic trigonometry.
|Mechanical Plan Reading 1*|
A course on fundamentals of using and interpreting mechanical drawings and blueprints for geometric dimensioning, tolerances, and precision measurement required for manufacturing mechanical parts and assemblies.
|Advanced Manufacturing Safety |
A course for machine operators and first-line supervisors on key OSHA General Industry Safety Standards.
|Mechanical Machining |
A course on manual machining operations such as drilling, tapping, boring, turning, and conventional milling and lathe work.
|Introduction to CNC|
A course on setup, piece placement, data input, and operation of a computer numeric controlled (CNC) machine.
|Statistical Process Control |
A course on statistical process control (SPC) and lean quality processes. Topics include: continuous improvement methods for reducing errors, eliminating defective parts/products, and lowering costs through reduced waste.