CNC Machinist Training & Machinist Apprenticeship

Machinist Apprentice Training provides your employees with comprehensive skills training for qualification as a professional machinist.

Self-paced, online training providing learners with an understanding of the workings of the machine shop.

As machinists, your employees have a sharp eye for detail and exhibit mastery in metalwork equipment. Enhance their keen skills with proper online training and certifications that ensure your staff is the best in the field.

CNC Machinists will benefit from Penn Fosterís extensive self-paced, online training designed to enhance hands-on expertise. Machinist apprenticeship programs are specifically designed to meet the standards established by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training (BAT) to ensure your staff is fully equipped with the necessary skills to take on a variety of workshop projects. A combination of formal online learning and on-the-job training equips trainees with the proper qualifications to be certified as professional machinists. By learning all about safety, tool handling and metalworking, they'll build the foundation they need for a solid career as professional CNC machinists.

Contact your Training Consultant to learn more about developing machining skills within your organization.

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Machinist Apprentice Training Course List

Pre-Technical and Basic Industrial Skills

Machining, Metal Working, and NC/CNC

Estimated Curriculum Duration: 783 hours. Number of Exams: 89.

Optional: Tool and Die Maker Skills

Estimated Curriculum Duration: 200 hours. Number of Exams: 20.

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Contact us at 1-800-233-0259 Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Eastern Time or speak with your Training Consultant for more information on this program.


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