Machinist Course

Level I


$900 per student (or $750 per student if enrolling together in groups of 2+)

Text Book: $130.00

NIMS Registration, Test & Lab Fees: $280


Thursday Evenings – January 19 – April 2, 2017 – 5:00PM – 9:00PM
Tuesday Evenings- June 6 – September 19, 2017 – 5:00PM – 9:00PM
(no class Tuesday, July 4th)

Course Description:

This 15 week course covers Job Planning, Workbench & Layout, Measurement, Materials & Safety, Drill Press I, Milling I, Lathe Operations: Turning between Centers I and Turning Chucking Skills I. The course provides instruction on the theory and operation of drill presses, manual lathes, milling machines, grinders and other machining tools. Students will receive training on drill bit sharpening, explanation of proper tap drill sizing, different thread pitches and tapping head experience.  The lathe curriculum will cover facing, turning, boring and single point threading. Milling machine training will focus on squaring a vise, tramming heads, the use of edge finders, digital read-outs and proper block squaring.  Hands-on projects, 3rd party inspection through our MET-TEC & on-line tests are the basis for instruction.  Students can achieve up to 3- National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) Level I Machinist credentials including Drill Press Skills I, Manual Milling Skills I and Lathe Operations: Turning between Centers I and Turning Chucking Skills I upon successful completion for each module.

*Full leather, steel-toed boots are the responsibility of the student and must be worn in order to work in the Industrial Arts Institute Lab.