Precision Machine Technology
|Instructor: Robert Swordy
This program is designed for students who want to get an entry level position as a skilled machinist using manufacture industrial machinery, primary metals machinery, or millwright training.
The following skills are covered in this program:
- Trade terms
- Hand tools
- Milling machine
- Band saw
- Precision measuring
- Manufacturing processes
- Blueprint reading
- Machine tool
- Introduction to computers
- Materials of the industry
- Industrial mathematics
- Introduction to CAD/CAM
- Computer numerically controlled milling machine (CNC)
- CNC Lathe
- Applied trigonometry
- Resume and job applications
Articulated college credit is available through this program. For more information, click here.
Entry into an occupation related to this program's field of study does not requirenational and/or state licensure or have any unique requirements for advancement.
This program is nine months in length, approximately 1080 clock hours, 5 days a week for full time adult students. Classes meet Monday through Friday from 7:45 a.m. to 10:35 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to 2:20 p.m. at the Hillyard Technical Center. High school students will complete this program over two years. Hillyard Technical Center follows the St. Joseph School District school calender for start dates, end dates, and holidays. District calendars can be found under the District Info
tab on the SJSD website home page.
It is preferred (but not required) students have a C or better in Algebra, understand fractions and decimals, and have the ability to measure and read tools of measurement
meet the following requirements:
Secondary students (in high school) must enroll through their high school counselor.