CNC Machinist Program
- Associate in Applied Arts & Sciences
- Certificate of Proficiency
- Certificate of Completion - Basic
- Certificate of Completion - Principles
Shoreline Community College
CNC Machinist Program
16101 Greenwood Ave. N
Shoreline, WA 98133
The CNC Machinist Program is an intensive program designed to prepare qualified individuals for entry into the job market as a CNC Machinist (Computer Numerical Control). Instruction covers programming and basic set up and operation of CNC machines, blueprint reading, shop mathematics, machine tool theory, inspection, surface plate techniques, and Statistical Process Control (SPC). Students will be involved in the production and machining of industry parts.
CNC Program Nationally Accredited
Shoreline's CNC Machinist program gets a 4.0 with its accreditation by the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS).
"Getting this accreditation is really good news for our students," said SCC's CNC instructor Keith Smith. "With industry using the credentials to recruit, hire and promote machinists, and with few other programs in the state providing the NIMS stamp of approval, Shoreline students are ahead of the game." More...
The Associate in Applied Arts and Sciences is a two-year program designed to prepare qualified individuals for entry into the job market as a Manufacturing Technician. SCC works closely with local advisory committees comprised of industry professionals to ensure students receive the knowledge and skills currently in demand by employers in the field.
The Manufacturing/Machinist Technology Certificate of Proficiency is a three-quarter course of study to prepare students for entry into the job market as a Manufacturing Technician.
The Basic Manufacturing Certificate of Completion is a one-quarter course of study that provides students with entry-level manufacturing skills and a foundation for certificates and two-year degrees in other manufacturing specialty areas. Students interested in advanced knowledge and skills are encouraged to enroll in a longer course of study to complete a CP or AAAS degree in Manufacturing.
The Principles of Precision Machining Certificate of Completion is a two-quarter course of study that provides students with entry level manufacturing skills and a foundation to pursue other certificates and two-year degrees in other manufacturing specialty areas.
The CNC Machinist program is one of the four I-BEST (Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training) programs at Shoreline Community College. I-BEST programs have two instructors in the same classroom to teach technical and basic skills. Students who need to improve their English language or brush up on math can also get the help they need while studying in the career field of their choice.