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Tuesday, August 21, 2018 - 8:00am
305 E. Carson Street, Pittsburgh PA 15219

The New Century Careers MANUFACTURING 2000 Machining Training Program

Manufacturing 2000-Machinist Training

The New Century Careers MANUFACTURING 2000 Machining Training Program offers training and placement assistance to help you begin your manufacturing career.
The Machining Training Program trains you in the necessary skills to become a machine operator or entry-level machinist.

Three Levels of Training available:
Level – 1 Manual/CNC Machine Operator
Level – 2 Machine Operator/Machinist Trainee
Level – 3 Manual/CNC Machinist Trainee

What will I learn?
Machining training students learn the basics of operating:

• Lathes
• Vertical Milling Machines
• CNC Machines
• Pedestal Grinders
• Saws
• Drill Presses
• Surface Grinders
• Various Shop Tools
Machinist students also learn blueprint reading, applied math theory, precision measuring, and layout and bench work.

When Do Classes Start?
On average, between 5 and 8 students are accepted at each training location every 6-8 weeks on a rolling admissions basis.  Classes take place at our Pittsburgh Southside location from 9:00a.m. to 3:00p.m.

How Much Does It Cost?
Training is made possible through a variety of governmental or charitable funding sources, as well as manufacturing employer contribution.  There is no cost to qualified students who are accepted into the program.

Applicants must:
Be at least 18 years of age
Have earned a High School Diploma or GED*
Demonstrate successful performance on an industry-developed aptitude test
Submit a completed application, including high school diploma/GED, two reference letters, a brief questionnaire, and an application form.
*Some exceptions apply.

WHY MANUFACTURING?
Manufacturing is the second-largest source of private sector employment in southwestern PA.  Manufacturing accounts for 15% of regional employment.

The average annual wage for machinists in southwestern PA is $40,130* and the vast majority of these jobs do not require a college degree.  Instead, most manufacturing jobs require work-related and on-the-job training.

Call us to find out how you can prepare yourself for a career with good wages, benefits and personal satisfaction.
1-800-822-9337 – Option 3

rosenberg@ncsquared.com or  zema@ncsquared.com 

Contact:  Paul Bendel

bendel@ncsquared.com

412-258-6668

 

 

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