The tooling and machining industry is the basis for all of the manufacturing industries and well-suited for people who like to work with their heads as well as their hands.
Learn the set up
and operation of modern, manual and computerized tools used by machinists, die and mold makers, and skilled professionals in the manufacturing industry.
Develop leadership, management, quality control, business and customer relations skills while working towards national certifications.
Students may have the opportunity to cross-train with other EVIT programs and participate in internships.Note:
This is a dual enrollment program. For more information, visit the Dual Enrollment
page.For announcements and updates about the Machining Technology program, text evit to 90210.
|Course Code ||MT10 |
|Length ||2-4 semesters |
|Certifications ||National Institute of Metalworking Skills (NIMS) |
|Possible Careers ||Tool and Die Maker, Mold Maker, Machinist, Jeweler, |
Engineer, Manual & Computer Controlled Machinist
|Average Entry Level Salary ||$15-$18 per hour |