Precision Machining

Precision machine operators in the metal working industry play a very major role in producing almost every consumer product that we rely on today. Whether making components for aerospace, automotive, or medical industries, you are sure to enjoy this challenging profession. This program uses all the latest equipment and strategies to provide you with the skills that are current in the machining industry.

Students receive extensive training on CAD/CAM software; utilize the Tooling U online curriculum; and experience the state-of-the-art 3D Prototype Design. Becoming proficient in these programs provides transferable skills that can be used in a variety of career fields.

  • Machine Operator
  • Precision Machine Apprentice
  • Tool and Die Apprentice
  • Mold Maker Apprentice
  • CNC Machinist
  • CNC Programmer
  • Junior CAD Designer
  • Tool Designer
  • Supervisor
  • Manufacturing Engineer
  • Entrepreneur
  • Journeyman Machinist
  • Journeyman Die Maker
  • Journeyman Mold Maker
  • Metallurgist

*Average Salary Range: $26,000- $90,000

*Based on skill level, education and experience

Not only did the Precision Machining program turn my life around but it was the highlight of my high school career. Machining is such a big stepping stone that can lead to many different levels in manufacturing and engineering.

Wyatt Bramel–RG Drage/Tuslaw High School Graduate

Program Instructor: Kyle Batdorff Email:
Industry Credential:  NIMS Machining Level 1
Course Credits: 3 Credits Per Year
Student Organization: SkillsUSA
College Partners: University of Akron, Stark State College

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