Precision Machining and Manufacturing
Machinists are in High Demand
Employers in your area are looking to hire skilled machinists
What does a machinist do?
Machinists use machine tools, such as lathes, milling machines, and grinders, to produce precision metal parts. They use their knowledge of the working properties of metals and their skill with machine tools to plan and carry out the operations needed to make machine products that meet precise specifications. The parts the machinists make touch almost every item produced or made in some manner. (US Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook.)
How can I become a machinist?
GNTC's Precision Machining and Manufacturing and CNC programs prepare students for careers in the machine tool technology field.
- Day and evening classes are available
- Classes offered at the Floyd and Whitfield Murray County Campuses
- Many financial aid options available including Hope Grant and student loans for eligible applicants
Programs of Study
- Precision Machining and Manufacturing (MTT2) Diploma
- CNC Technology (CT12) Diploma
- Basic Machinist (BM31) Certificate
- CNC Specialist (CS51) Certificate
- Lathe Operator (LP11) Certificate
- Mill Operator (MP11) Certificate