Precision Machining

Advanced Manufacturing – Machining Technology

Employees in Manufacturing Production Process Development are responsible for product design and design of the manufacturing process. They work with customers to ensure the manufacturing process produces a product that meets or exceeds customer expectations. They also monitor the manufacturing process and the materials used to manufacture the product. Persons employed in the precision machining field operate machine tools, which shape and form materials to precise dimensions. Literally everything manufactured starts in precision machining, since every manufacturing process uses machining techniques to create its production lines Source: TCIDS

PATHWAY CONCENTRATION COURSES & ELECTIVES

  • Computer Applications
  • Introduction to Technology
  • Principals of Machining I
  • Principals of Machining II
  • Manufacturing Practicum and Machining III
  • Work-Based Learning: Career Practicum

ASSOCIATED SKILLS

Successful Machining students:

  • apply higher order math skills in real-world application.
  • have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • follow directions.
  • enjoy completing problem -solving activities.

POST-SECONDARY

DEGREES, DIPLOMAS, AND CERTIFICATES

Certificate

Technical Schools

  • TTC-Athens
  • TTC-Chattanooga
  • TTC Jackson

Associate’s Degree

Colleges

  • Cleveland State Community College
  • Northeast State Community College

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INDUSTRIAL CERTIFICATIONS

  • NIMS: National Institute for Metalworking Skills

CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

Skills USA:

SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel.

CAREERS

  • Machine Tool Setters and Operators
  • Computer Control Machine Operators
  • Tool and Die Makers
  • Model Maker
  • Mold Maker
  • General Machinist
  • Off-Line Programmer

WHRE IS IT OFFERED?

Bradley Central High School

 

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