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Brandon Estrada is a recent Graduate of the GateWay Community College Manufacturing Training Program. Brandon was able to use the Opportunities for Youth full-ride scholarship, to complete the program for FREE, receive a certification, continue his education at GateWay Community College (for free), AND get a promotion at work!

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Manufacturing Training Program

Bring Ideas to life

You will be Receiving training in a high-tech environment, Learning to operate computer-controlled machines used in the field of Manufacturing.

Program Details

  • 14-Week Certification Program

  • Two Days a Week, Afternoon and Evening Sessions

  • Opportunities to Meet Professionals in the field

  • Receive Transferable College Credit to Continue Education

  • $1,200 Stipend When the Program is completed


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 certification from the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) and have a competitive edge on positions in the fields of manufacturing, production and metalworking.

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Choose Your Track

In this program, students will choose between two tracks:

  • Mill Operation and

  • Lathe Operation

Each track will include 14-weeks of occupational skills training in computer basics, programming, setup, operation and shop safety.

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Mill Machinery

Used to drill, bore, cut and produce slots to create shapes out of solid material

Commonly Milled Equipment:

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Lathe Machinery

Used to remove metals from a workpiece to create a certain shape and size

Commonly Lathed Equipment:

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Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machinist work in teams to efficiently convert raw materials into durable goods by using computer-controlled machines and various tools. As a CNC operator, you will operate CNC lathes and mills, maintain machines, read blueprints, and debug programs. Graduates of this program are NIMS Level 1 certified in Safety, CNC Mill, and CNC Lathe. Video Credit: Gateway Community College


IN PARTNERSHIP WITH:

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Equal Opportunity Employer / Program Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.  ARIZONA@WORK products and services are made available through federal funding provided by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) serving Employers by aiding job seekers, adults, dislocated workers and youth.