Deb Pitzer, Program Chair
SHORT-TERM TRAINING PROGRAM AVAILABLE
CNC MACHINING OPERATOR PROGRAM
You can be work-ready in just 12 to 16 weeks!
CNC opportunities in northeast Indiana are in high demand. The CNC Machine Operator Program at Ivy Tech Community College prepares graduates by providing skills that are highly desired by manufacturing companies of various industries. Participants will receive hands-on training and demonstrations on CNC machining equipment while developing competencies in both the operation and basic programming of equipment controls. Graduates are skilled and ready to enter the CNC workforce as operators and machinists in a growing and highly sought trade.
Reported Jobs of Graduates
- Aircraft Line Assembler
- Assembly Riveter
- Helicopter Mechanic
- Helicopter Technician
- Line Assembler
- Sheet Metal Assembler & Riveter (SMAR)
- Structure Mechanic
- Structure Technician
- Guaranteed interviews with more than 20 area employers for qualified graduates
- Resume and interviewing assistance
- Employment assistance for one year after program completion
Certification: NIMS Certified CNC Machine Operator
This nationally portable credential certifies that a person can perform the work of a CNC Machine Operator according to recognized national standards that have been validated by the industry. Companies use the credentials as a basis for recruiting, hiring, placement, and promotion.
Fort Wayne Retention Specialist
Ivy Tech Community College is one-of-five institution partners nationwide involved in the National Aviation Consortium. The NAC has a goal to train 2,505 students over three years. Programs are structured so that students will receive assistance from the college for employment placement assistance in the aviation industry both prior to and post graduation.