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Technical Studies: Manufacturing

About the Program

The development of fast-paced technology has completely changed the manufacturing industry. High-tech, challenging equipment has replaced the greasy, dirty machines of years past. CCBC Manufacturing Technology students learn to manufacture parts from metal and plastics using saws, surface grinders, manual mills and lathes, and CNC machining centers and CNC lathes.

Program Coordinator

William Werneke
443-840-4401
wwerneke@ccbcmd.edu

Certificate Programs

CNC Machinist Certificate

Manual Machinist Certificate

CNC Programming Certificate

Quality Assurance Technician Certificate

CAMM Program News

As of 10/29/07; there were 113 job postings for machinists within a thirty mile radius of Baltimore listed on www.CareerBuilder.com. The demand for skilled metal workers is growing by the day all across the nation. The average salary for a machinist in the Baltimore area with 4 years experience is $44,000.00 per year. Students who complete the CAMM program get a chance to program projects on the Fadal CNC vertical milling machine pictured above.