About Precision Machining

This course will train students in Computer Numerical Controlled Machining Centers (CNC) to turn, mill, and measure manufactured components for the Vincennes University and Ivy Tech projects to receive dual college credits. Students also will learn the basic turning, milling, and grinding skills to enable graduates to enter the workforce in advanced manufacturing or pursue post-secondary educational opportunities. Students will be training in one of the largest and best equipped facilities in the state. Some of our graduates are Manufacturing supervisors, CNC/Robotics programmers, and Tool and Die builders. Students will obtain the basic skills to become successful in this exciting and growing world of Advanced Manufacturing.

Hinds Graduate Opportunities

Apprenticeships: Advanced training for post-secondary education; Workforce entry with experience & entry level skills

Career Opportunities

Mechanical Engineering Technologist, CNC Programmer or Operator, Machinist, Tool and Die Maker, Industrial Maintenance, and many more in the field of Advanced Manufacturing

Student Profile

  • Junior and/or Senior
  • Ability to work independently
  • Have a desire to pursue a career and/or post-secondary education in an Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering or machine tool related field
  • Dependabile transportation daily to Hinds Career Center

Course Credit Information - Ivy Tech

  • TECH 101 - Processes & Materials (3 Credits)
  • MTTC 102 Turning Processes (3 Credits)
  • MTTC 103 Milling Processes I (3 Credits)

Course Credit Information - Vincennes University

  • PMTD 101 Manufacturing Processes (3 Credits)
  • PMTD 110 Basic Machining I (3 Credits)
Shannon Carson
School: Hinds Career Center
Post-Grad Credits: Ivy Tech, Vincennes

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