Gain skills in all aspects of auto collision
Prepare for a high-demand career in auto dealerships and independent repair centers
Gain skills to diagnose, troubleshoot, and repair automobiles
Prepare for a career as an auto repair technician
Gain hands-on skills in construction
Prepare for a career in the nation’s largest industry – and one of the most in-demand
Gain skills in mechanical, electronic and electrical systems
Prepare for a highly technical career in a state-of-the-art classroom and lab
Gain skills in troubleshooting and repairing HVAC equipment
Prepare for required certification and a career in a growing industry
Gain skills in operating heavy construction equipment
Prepare for one of the highest paying jobs in the construction industry
Learn all aspects of diesel engine service and heavy duty truck repair
Prepare for a career in the transportation industry
Gain skills in structural and non-structural welding
Prepare for a career in aerospace, power plants, manufacturing or the auto industry
Gain Skills in Precision and CNC Machining
Manufacturing in the 21st century requires advanced technical skills. If a career that combines working with your hands, programming computerized machines, and operating complex equipment appeals to you, CNC Manufacturing could be for you. Work with hand and power tools as well as more advanced lathes, milling machines, and other manufacturing equipment that you’ll see when you begin a new career.
Learn machine tool set-up and basic machining skills, basic computer numerical control (CNC) and computer-assisted drafting (CAD), plus blueprint reading and interpretation of drawings and symbols. Students are eligible to earn CPR/First Aid, OSHA, NIMS (National Institute for Metalworking Skills) and FANUC CNC certifications.
For job outlook and wages for CNC Manufacturing visit www.onetonline.org.
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Campus Locations: Diamond Oaks Career Campus, Laurel Oaks Career Campus, Live Oaks Career Campus, and Scarlet Oaks Career Campus