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MAC090 - Machine Shop


ABP094, MTH100 or equivalent courses and proven industrial experience that includes knowledge of conventional vertical milling machine and/or faculty approval

This course prepares students to work in modern machine shops. Skills and knowledge of metal cutting are achieved by completing a wide variety of practically-based projects. Students complete a series of modules. Modules increase in complexity as learner progress through program. This course is offered in a self-paced individualized learning mode that allows students to work at their own pace while working one-on-one with their instructor. Students gain milling, turning, grinding, drilling and bench-work experience. A minimum of 800 hours of instruction are required to complete this course.
Students are responsible for determining their eligibility to write government tests and exams. The College has no jurisdiction over related apprenticeship profiles, curriculum or examinations. Please consult your local apprenticeship office for more information or advice on how this program may fit into your career plans.

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