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North Carolina CNC Training

North Carolina has a long history with CNC machining/milling.  Currently there are aroun d 4000 jobs in the machinist specialty and the expected growth for North Carolina machinist is on par with the rest of the nation at 10%.  North Carolina is one of the lower paying states for machinist with the average pay coming out to $19.78 a hour.  This is due to a bigger pool of trained machinist and the state having an overall lower cost of living.  If you plan to stay within the state it may be wise to specialize in one of the harder fields of CNC machining or get certified in one of the higher end machines.

Universal Technical Institute

Certification

  • CNC Machinining – 36 week Program

South Piedmont Community College

Certification

  • CNC Operator – 160 Hours
  • Mechatronics – 160 Hours

Central Piedmont Community College

Degree

  • Computer-integrated Machining – Associates of Applied Science
  • Computer-integrated Machining – Diploma

Certification

  • Computer-integrated Machining Certificate Specialization In Cnc Programming & Operations
  • Computer-integrated Machining Certificate Specialization In Fundamentals Of Machine Tools [Certificate]
  • Computer-integrated Machining Certificate Specialization In Basic Machining Skills [Certificate]
  • Computer-integrated Machining Certificate Specialization In Motorsports Machining Cert. I [Certificate]
  • Computer-integrated Machining Certificate Specialization In Advanced Machine Tool Operations [Certificate]
  • Computer-integrated Machining Cert Spec In Computer-integrated Machining Tech Pathway [Certificate]