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Machine Trades

 
Program Description
 
Students will learn to set up and operate a variety of machine tools that are used to produce precision parts, instruments, and tools. Students will learn to use precision measuring devices, cutting tools, read blueprints and understand basic Machine Theory and CNC Machining. Program will start with manual machining, and progress to CNC Machining. Students will take 5 NIMS level 1 Certifications.
 
Course Work Includes: 
  • Math I, Math II, Math III
  • Blueprint I, Blueprint II
  • Shop Theory I, Shop Theory II
  • CNC Theory
  • Metallurgy
  • CAM Class (BobCAD)
  • OSHA 10-Hour Certification
  • Machine Shop I, Machine Shop II
  • CNC Machining
Tuition Includes:
  • NIMS Certifications
  • Books
  • Lab Time
  • $2.000.00 in Trade Tools
Support Services
 
The following services are available to you as soon as you begin your training.
  • Career/Education Counseling
  • Resume Development
  • Placement Services
 
 

Program Details

 
Industrial Training Coordinator
Matt Olson
Matt.Olson@tctchome.com
330.847.0503 Ext.1610
 
Total Class Hours: 900 Weeks:45 Academic Year:900 hours/44 weeks
 
Program Prerequisites:
High School Diploma or GED, Required TABE Scores: Reading - 8, Math - 8

Class in Session: Monday – Thursday, 4:30 PM - 9:30 PM
 
Financial Assistance
(Available to those who qualify.)
Pell Grant, Federal Direct Student Loan,
VA, TAA, WIA,
No-interest School Payment Plan
 
CIP Code 48.0501
SOC Code 51-4000
 
528 Educational Highway, Warren, OH 44483
Phone: 330-847-0503 | Fax: 330-847-1177

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