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2016-2017 Catalog 
    
2016-2017 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Advanced Manufacturing (CNC)


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The Advance Manufacturing Technology (Metal-Works fabrication) certificate program is designed to provide fast-track, high-skilled manufacturing training in the following areas: Measurement, Materials and Safety, Job Planning and Bench Work, Manual Milling, Manual Turning, CNC Milling and CNC Turning. This program was designed as a partnership between RVCC and local manufacturing industry (employers) to address the current shortage of Manual Machinists and CNC Production Technicians. Each program is a National Institute for Metalworking Skills certificate program. Graduates from this program are prepared to enter the industry as entry-level Manual and CNC machine operators.

Manual Mill Operator


Total Hours:  600

Includes 100 hour practicum

Engine Lathe Operator


Total Hours:  600

Includes 100 hour practicum

Manual Machinist


Total Hours: 850

Only one 100-hour practicum is required at the end of the program. This reduces the clock hours in
either Manual Mill Operator or Engine Lathe Operator by 100 Hours.

CNC Production Technician


Total Hours:  1,350

Only one 100 hour-practicum is required at the end of the program. This reduces the clock hours in
both Manual Mill Operator and Engine Lathe Operator by 100 Hours.

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