Introduction to Machining Practices
The Madison District Public Schools now offers innovative educational and technical training certification programs for Advanced Manufacturing careers at our 26524 John R. campus in Madison Heights MI.

MAMC Introduction to Machining Practices course is a foundation class that provides students with the fundamentals of basic machining and tooling skills in order to prepare students for a career as a CNC Machinist. In addition learners will become proficient in Machining Math, Measurements, Blueprint Reading, Shop Safety, and CNC Tools.

This course is a blended learning class with approximately 50% of via E-learning and the remaining 50% on-site with hands on activities applying your learning under the supervision of our FANUC CNC Machinist Certified Instructors.
Students have access to the E-learning curriculum for six months after activation of the course.

Tuition for this course is $450.00

* Introduction To Machining Practices Ongoing Course Blended hours total approximately 60 instructional hrs (30 on-site and 30 on-line). For more information, please contact us at 248-800-6262

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