Advanced Manufacturing

Students in front of a milling machine


Students who have an eye for detail, strengths in math, science, and art will find success in our Advanced Manufacturing program.

Advanced Manufacturing is a hands-on course for students who want to perform and operate on machines and manufacturing technology that will lead to many career paths and opportunities.

You will be trained in a diverse and well equipped program to obtain competency from beginner to advanced levels. Students will gain expertise in computer numerical control (CNC) programming and operation, blueprint reading, CAD/CAM software, and other state-of-the art equipment and technology.

This field is fast growing and you could find yourself in any technology or manufacturing career, ranging from Manufacturing Technician and much more.

Certifications and Achievements

MACWIC I & II (Manufacturing Advancement Center Workforce Innovation Collaborative Level 1 & 2)

NIMS Skills (National Institute of Metalworking Skills)

NS3 (Nuclear Command, Control, and Communications)

OSHA 10 General Industry





Brian Cummings

Brian Cummings, Department Head

Ed Miner

Ed Miner, Instructor