This Knowledge-Based Machine Shop Course Teaches The A–Z Of Machine Shop And Is Taught By A Master MachinistEnroll Now
This comprehensive Machine Shop Course comes in 3 sections:
Section 1–Lathe: More than 12 hours of detailed instruction on the set-up and operation of the Machine Lathe. Students will learn how to set-up the machine, turn, bore, thread, knurl and taper metal.
Section 2–The Vertical Milling Machine: Instruction detailing everything the student needs to know to run a vertical mill including fly cutting, indexing, boring, milling aluminum, steel and plastics, clamping, fixturing, digital read-out and more.
Section 3–General Machine Shop Techniques: More than 5 hours of video. Students learn how to properly operate all the support equipment needed in a shop: belt sanders, bead blasters, grinders, and surface grinders, plus learn how to sharpen drill bits, remove broken screws, detailed shop planning and set-up, and advanced equipment and techniques.
Upon successful completion, this course results in a Certificate in Machine Shop Theory, preparing an individual for entry-level employment or pre-apprentice positions in the Machine Shop trade in positions classified under Machinist (SOC 51-4041 Idaho Department of Labor).
Examples of pre-apprentice position titles are Machine Technician, Millwright, Aircraft Systems Technician, and Engine and Machines Technician. Additionally, this course prepares individuals for employment in positions involving entry-level Machine Shop work classified as “maintenance” under General Maintenance and Repair (SOC 49-9042 Idaho Department of Labor) in position titles such as Maintenance, Maintenance Mechanic, and Facilities Maintenance Technician.
Compared to traditional classroom training, the self-pace and excellent video images lead to better learning. The video (especially close ups) provide views unavailable in classrooms, and the ability to review at any time is a big advantage.
Grand Rapids, Michigan