Computer Numerical Control
Objective: To prepare individuals for entry level employment in the Computer Numeric Control field.
720 Hours – 36 Weeks
Classes are held in Anaheim
Monday through Friday
6:00 P.M to 10:00 P.M.
Basic & Applied Math
Blue Print reading
Computer operating systems
Programming: fundamentals and Advanced (Mill & Lathe)
Computer-aided manufacturing & design
Hands-on training utilizing equipment common to the industry
CNC Machine Training
California Career School Offers Quality Instruction & Close Monitoring of student progress
Course costs include books, supplies, equipment, and On-Site Employer Demonstrations.This program is eligible for state funding, GI Bill, Federal Student Aid and monthly financing on approved credit.
“The California Projections of Employment, published by the Labor Market, states that Computer technology is constantly advancing. Today’s computer specialists working in manufacturing, need skills in many forefront technologies including Artificial Intelligence (AI), networking, computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing/computer-aided engineering (CAD/CAM/CAE), and computer simulation.”
“The rising demand for information, further automation of offices and factories, advances in health and medicine and continuing scientific research will stimulate the demand for skilled programmers.”
Gainful employment information available here