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MACHINE TOOL SHORT-TERM TRAINING
CONTINUING EDUCATION CERTIFICATE

Learn both manual and computer numerical control (CNC) machine tool technology with extensive hands-on and computer-based training at the CCBC Catonsville machine shop in this seven part series. Series starts with essential workplace literacy skills in computers, plus work habits and work ethics. Foundational topics of safety, blueprint reading, and trade math follow. Series includes modules in lean/quality, and resume/interview skills. Capstone module is Advanced CNC Machining Center Set-Up/Programming. Train four days a week, 8am-3:30pm, M/T/R/F. Finish the series in approximately 6 months.

REQUIRED COURSES
Machine Tool Short Term Training Part A (52 Hours)
Machine Tool Short Term Training Part B (91 Hours)
Machine Tool Short Term Training Part C (91 Hours)
Machine Tool Short Term Training Part D (91 Hours)
Machine Tool Short Term Training Part E (93 Hours)
Machine Tool Short Term Training Part F (91 Hours)
Machine Tool Short Term Training Part G (91 Hours)

Total tuition and fees for the seven parts is $6,999 for in-county students and includes all text and supplies. Training includes multiple National Institute of Metal Working Skills (NIMS) certifications upon successful completion of related modules. NIMS tests may only be taken once. Completers are in a strong position to apply for entry level employment and then enter a machinist apprenticeship.

Students must pass a basic math and reading assessment in order to begin the series. Successful completion of each module / section is necessary to advance to the next module / section.

MANDATORY ORIENTATION
Students beginning classes in early September (fall) or late January (winter) are required to attend a Mandatory Orientation at CCBC Catonsville. Fall orientations are in August, and winter orientations are in January. Please email Denise Bellamy at dbellamy@ccbcmd.edu or call 443-840-4712 to reserve a spot in an upcoming Mandatory Orientation.

Winter 2015 dates are Friday December 12 or January 9 at 9am. Please email Denise Bellamy at dbellamy@ccbcmd.edu or call 443-840-4712 to reserve a spot.

MANUFACTURING, PRODUCTION & AUTOMATION

Basic Rigging (Overview) for General Industry
Learn about safely moving material and equipment from one location to another on a job site. Topics include ropes, chains, hoists, loaders, cranes, inspection techniques, load-handling safety practices, and hand signals.
Total Cost: $209 (Tuition: $105 Fees: $104)

CRN# Day/# DATES TIME LOCATION

36575 S(1) 3/7 8:30am-4:30pm RAC

Fab Lab 3D Printer Applications Introduction
Learn applications using the 3D (three-dimensional) printer and CAD (computer-aided design) software. Instruction includes an introduction to SolidWorks and Catalyst EX. Topics include safety procedures, machine setup, and operation. Includes a comprehensive final project.
Total Cost: $149 (Tuition: $62 Fees: $87)

CRN# Day/# DATES TIME LOCATION

36493 M(2) 1/12-26 4-7:15pm CC HTEC 145

36491 M(2) 3/23-30 12-3:15pm CC

Fab Lab CNC Router Applications Introduction
Learn applications using the ShopBot CNC Router and PartWorks software. Topics include safety procedures, machine setup, and operation. Includes a comprehensive final project.
Total Cost: $149 (Tuition: $62 Fees: $87)

CRN# Day/# DATES TIME LOCATION

32350 M(2) 12/8-15 5:45-9pm CC
36496 M(2) 2/9-16 5:45-9pm CC TEC 145

Fab Lab Introduction
Learn the safety and operating procedures of the CCBC Fabrication Laboratory. Instruction supports entry-level proficiency in fabrication/fundamental prototyping. Topics to be covered include safety, materials, basic setup, and basic operation of the following equipment: laser engraver, ShopBot, rapid mill, 3-D printer, and vinyl cutter.
Total Cost: $99 (Tuition: $50 Fees: $49)

CRN# Day/# DATES TIME LOCATION

36498 M(1) 1/12 12-2:15pm CC TEC 145

36500 M(1) 2/2 4-6:15pm CC TEC 145

36502 M(1) 3/2 5:45-8pm  

Fab Lab Laser Cutter Applications Introduction
Learn applications using the laser cutter/engraver and vinyl cutter. Instruction includes an introduction to Corel Draw and Cut Studio software. Topics to be covered include safety procedures, machine setup, and operation. Includes a comprehensive final project.
Total Cost: $149 (Tuition: $62 Fees: $87)

CRN# Day/# DATES TIME LOCATION

32350 M(2) 12/8-15 5:45-9pm CC

Industrial Measurements
Learn to define the basic units of industrial measurement which include linear measurements, surface measurements, fluid measurements and temperature measurements. Emphasis placed on linear measurements and the use of precision measuring tools.
Total Cost: $699 (Tuition: $350 Fees: $349)

CRN# Day/# DATES TIME LOCATION

36576 M/W(12) 2/16-3/25 6-10pm DC CRBL 107

Machine Tool Short-Term Training Part E
Continue in this short-term machine tool training. The fifth of a seven-part series includes introduction to CNC mill programming, enhancing employment skills, lean manufacturing and quality, and introduction to CNC mill operation.
Total Cost: $900 (Tuition: $360 Fees: $540)

CRN# Day/# DATES TIME LOCATION

32528 M-R(14) 12/3-1/8/15 8am-3:30pm  CC HTEC 145

Pumps and Valves
Learn the different types and operation of pumps and valves along with the maintenance and operation of typical and special-purpose valves. Learn to install, maintain, and repair pumps and valves. Covers safety, nomenclature, trouble- shooting, and procedures for the installation of seals/packing.
Total Cost: $699 (Tuition: $350 Fees: $349)

CRN# Day/# DATES TIME LOCATION

36577 T/R(12) 2/17-3/26 6-10pm DC CRBL 109
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