Manufacturing Training Program
Are you 17-24 and ready to start your career? Your "Pathway to a Brighter future," begins today!
Bring Ideas to life
Receive training in a high-tech environment operating computer-controlled machines at no cost to you!
Job Readiness Training
Want a successful career in the manufacturing industry? Get hands-on CNC machinist training in the Performance Partnership Pilot (P3) Manufacturing Training Program.
14 Week Training Program
Two Days a Week
Afternoon and Evening Sessions
$1,200 Stipend upon Completion
Learn Something New!
As a Precision Machining student, you will have the opportunity to earn credentials that could lead to greater employment opportunities, higher wages and promotions. Students who complete the program can earn a nationally recognized credential from the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) and have a competitive edge on positions in manufacturing, production and metalworking.
Choose Your Track
In this program, students will choose between two tracks: CNC Mill Operator or CNC Lathe Operator. Each track will include 14 weeks of occupational skills training in computer basics, programing, setup, operation and shop safety.
Used to drill, bore, cut gears, and produce slots to create shapes out of solid material.
Commonly Milled Equipment:
Used to remove metals from a workpiece to create a certain shape and size.
Commonly Lathed Equipment:
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Earn Your High School Diploma, GED, or Equivalent!
Participants without a high school diploma, GED or equivalent will be assisted with enrolling in Maricopa County Regional School District’s Hope College or other appropriate programs to earn their diploma or credential while they are attending the manufacturing training program.
TCI Solutions: A Legacy Model
Legacy will train you to think sharply, manage daily challenges, communicate effectively and position yourself for success.
Gateway Central City Campus
1245 E. Buckeye Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85034
For more Information on technical training:
To Enroll, Contact:
Rhonda Hemming at 480-644-2223