Instructor – Jerry Logan
Take a look at what you will learn in the CNC Manufacturing program!
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The CNC Manufacturing program teaches general manufacturing using a variety of advanced precision machines and a variety of materials. Students learn practical skills in manufacturing that lead to all levels of employment in the manufacturing industry.
Students are prepared to design, develop, construct and implement manufacturing equipment and production systems and/or assist design engineers in this capacity. Students are instructed in manufacturing fundamentals, safety rules and regulations, and print reading along with metal preparation, precision measurement, and principles and proper techniques of precision grinding. Also included are computer numerical control (CNC) setup, programming, and production applications of lathes and milling machines using computer-aided machining (CAM) principles and computer-aided drafting (CAD) applications. Lab work is a required component of this major.
Students are encouraged to join and participate in the regional and state competitions at SkillsUSA.
- Enrollment for this career major is open to high school and adult applicants.
- Applicants must complete an Application for Admissions.
- High School Applicants must have the written consent of his/her parent or guardian.
- High School Applicants must receive the approval of his/her local high school principal and/or counselor.
- Adult enrollment is based upon availability of the program, satisfactory completion of assessment, personal interview, and proof of funding or payment arrangement.
- A $200 non-refundable deposit is required for guarantee of enrollment for adult students.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Financial aid and scholarships are available for qualifying students.
- NIMS – Level 1 – Measurement, Materials, & Safety
- NIMS – Level 1 – CNC Milling Operator
- NIMS – Level 1 – CNC Turning Operator
- NIMS – Level 1 – Job Planning, Benchwork, and Layout
- Career Tech Testing – CNC Machining Center Operator
- Career Tech Testing – Drill Press Operator
- Career Tech Testing – Lathe Operator
|Hours of Instruction – 1050
Estimated time to complete (adult students) – 10 months
Estimated time to complete (high school student) – 2 yearsSchedule
- Morning session – 8:00 a.m. to 10:55 a.m.
- Lunch – 10:55 a.m. to 12:25 p.m.
- Afternoon session – 12:30 p.m. to 3:25 p.m
- August 10th, 2017
- January 3rd, 2018
Through Cooperative Alliance agreements, many GCTC majors are eligible to earn college credit from Oklahoma State University- Institute of Technology.
OCAS Code 9679
SOC Code 51-4041
CIP Code 48.0503
|Courses of Instruction
|Intro to Quality Control
|Computer Numerical Control Programming
|CNC Lathe Operations
|CNC Milling Operations
|Print Reading for Machining
|Machine Tool Theory
|Fundamentals of Manufacturing
|Manual Machining Techniques
||Program Cost Adult Student
- Tuition (In district) – $2,625
- Tuition (Out of district) – $5,250
- Tools – $0
- Certification Testing – $180
High School Student
- Tuition – $0
- Tools – $0
- Certification Testing – $0
Additional costs may include books, supplies, and student organization dues.