The CNC programming micro-credential is geared towards students and professionals who have some experience with machining and engineering drawing experience. It is geared towards the programming aspect of Computerized Numerical Controls (CNC). Student will learn to write and optimize code for lathes and mills, gain hands-on experience through simulated runs of the programs, and develop an understanding of the complexities of the manufacturing process. This three-course micro-credential prepares participants for entry-level roles in CNC programming.
Awarded by the Registrar's Office to those who have successfully completed a defined list of related courses that focus on a specific competency. Typically less than 136 hours and include assessment. The quality criteria are determined by the college.