RCBI Technical Training Certificate Program: Machinist Technology
Upcoming Training for this Course
RCBI Huntington - August 26, 2013 - 5 days a week (two semesters) - $4000 per semester
RCBI Bridgeport - August 26, 2013 - 5 days a week (two semesters) - $4000 per semester
Participants in the Machinist Technology Program receive technical skills training to work in industrial machining. Course work includes manual machine operation and technical support, introductory CNC (computer-numerical-control) machine operation and technical support, oral communications and organizational skills, mathematics for machinists and safety issues.
The RCBI Machinist Technology Program is not an open enrollment program. An entrance exam is administered and evaluated to determine an applicant’s eligibility to enroll in the program. Each applicant is required to submit high school transcripts, attendance records and ACT or SAT scores. In addition each applicant is required to take an entrance exam and interview with RCBI staff. After a review of your application, you will be contacted to schedule an interview and take the entrance exam.
Course Learning Objectives:
Completing the course work permits students to pursue careers using conventional machines. The student will:
- Demonstrate a safety attitude and conduct himself/herself in a safe way in the classroom and shop.
- Apply mathematical skills appropriate to conventional machining.
- Read and interpret blueprints used in the machine shop.
- Select and use the correct measurement instruments in shop work.
- Identify and describe the function of shop machines.
- Complete assigned projects in the assigned time.
- Demonstrate appropriate improvement in skills using shop equipment.
- Complete NIMS projects on time.
- Demonstrate a positive attitude and work habits in a professional manner.
- First Semester (Fall)
Mathematics for Machinist Technology
Introduction to Machining
- Second Semester (spring)
Metalworking Theory and Application
Advanced Technical Specialization
Fundamentals of Computers