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CNC Info Session


Monday, February 11 at 3pm - 5pm
Delta College, room F-010

Get the training you need for available jobs in this region! The Great Lakes Bay Area Manufacturers Association estimates that in the next few years more than 500 Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machine Tool positions will be available in the Great Lakes Bay with few qualified candidates. Delta College in partnership with the Great Lakes Bay Area Manufacturers Association and Michigan Works! has put together an Accelerated CNC Machine Tool Program to prepare students for entry into this growing job field.

"Delta College has worked closely with local employers to build a program that serves their needs," said Terry Morse, Assistant Professor and CNC Program Coordinator. "Students in this program will get specific training in both manual and CNC machining, and also have an opportunity to participate in a job shadow experience with local manufacturers."

To fit students’ schedules Delta is offering day and evening sessions. Don’t wait to register, the capacity for this training program is limited to 24 students for spring (May-July) and 24 for summer (May-August).

Michigan Works! will be participating in the information session and has training money available for these classes for qualified individuals.

People interested in getting training in CNC and machine tool in preparation for employment should attend this information session on Monday, February from 3-5pm in room F010 on Delta College’s main campus. F010 is on the north end of the campus, so please park as close as possible to the F-West parking area. F-010 is on the lower level of the Allied Health wing.

For more information please contact the Delta College Technical Trades and Manufacturing Division at 989-686-9594.

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