Maricopa Skill Center’s Precision Machining program is looking for students to fill the demand in the industry. The Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machinist program has 64 students with more than 50 students who are already working or have secured a job in machining.
While earning their certificate, students learn how to efficiently convert raw materials into durable goods by using computer-controlled machines and tools. Graduates are NIMS level 1 certified.
The program takes about one year to complete with an estimated cost of $7,331. Starting out salaries average is $12 to $15 an hour.
Visit www.MaricopaSkillCenter.com or call (602) 238-4301 to learn more.