Computer Integrated Machining
Pathways to Careers’ Accelerating Opportunity programs offer short-term training to assist students in earning credentials needed for successful employment in high demand jobs. Whether you've been out of school for a month or decades, it's never too late to get the skills you need to get a good job. With education and credentials beyond high school, you’ll have better options in today’s economy.
- Work-readiness and occupational specific training
- Contextualized support classes
- College preparation courses
- GED preparation course, if necessary
- 2 Semesters.
- Total credits earned upon successful completion: 12
- Attend a Pathways to Careers Information Session at Central Campus.
- Complete a placement test to determine entry level.
- Verify North Carolina residency.
- Commit to full-time study.
- Computer Integrated Machining Technology Certificate with a Specialization in Basic Machining Skills (50300-C3)
Program of Study
- Computer Integrated Machining credit courses
- Computer Integrated Machining academic support
- GED® or college placement test preparation
- Career Readiness Certificate preparation
Qualities of a Successful Machinist
- Ability to understand blueprints, models, and specifications;
- Enjoys working in a detailed-oriented environment;
- Possesses strong math and computer skills;
- Mechanically inclined to operate various machines;
- Ability to endure long periods of standing and doing repetitious movements;
- Willingness to understand computerized measuring machines and metalworking processes.
Upon completion, the entry-level computer integrated machining specialist may receive additional on-the-job training and specialize in any or all of the following positions:
- Tool and Die Makers
- Machine Operator
For additional information contact:
Accelerating Opportunity Program Developer