12 Months - Diploma
CNC machines have radically changed the manufacturing industry. Curves are as easy to cut as straight lines, complex 3-D structures are relatively easy to produce, and the number of steps that require human action have been considerably reduced.
In the CNC / Machinist Technician career training program you will get your hands on drill presses, mills, lathes, and grinders, then advance to CNC milling and CNC turning. You will learn to efficiently set up and run CNC machines. Be capable of controlling the 3 axes of lathes and mills through Computer Numerical Control programs. Problem solving skills, troubleshooting techniques and use of engineering materials and processes learned at EIT will enable you to take your place in tomorrow’s industry.
Below is a list of employers who recently hired graduates of the CNC / Machinist Technician Program
In today's advancing technology in the CNC Machining field it is a real asset to have a school like EIT to provide us with skilled entry level machinists.
In this last three months, Machining Concepts has hired two graduates from the CNC Technician program. Both graduates have good basic skills, a great work ethic and are learning quickly and are an asset to our company.”
What I liked most about EIT was the instructors & their approach to learning. Their patience and dedication to the field of machining allow you to develop your skills at your own pace.
I liked the instructors and how they treated you like a person and as an adult.
There are only a few places that we look at when we hire, and EIT is one of them.