Machine Technology I
This course provides classroom instruction and lab experiences related to metalworking. It focuses on the operation of equipment such as the lathe, milling machines, grinders, drilling machines, precision measuring instruments, and hand tools. Blueprint reading and math are important parts of this course. Students who enroll for this course should enjoy working with machines and making metal projects. Must Pass OSHA Safety within first three weeks of the class, ineligible to be in shop until passed, and must have proof of current insurance and medical form on file.
Machine Technology II
This course includes advanced instruction machining metal. The course focuses on milling machines, boring and drilling, the use of surface grinders, vertical and horizontal boring and drilling machines, basic study of CNC equipment, and job seeking. Students in this program can qualify to take the NIMS (National Institute for Metalworking Skills) Measurement, Materials and Safety Exam and become certified. Students will also be given the chance to obtain OSHA 10 and Forklift certification through this class. Must Pass OSHA Safety within first three weeks of the class, ineligible to be in shop until passed, and must have proof of current insurance and medical form on file.