UTI's new CNC Machining Technology Program provides the knowledge and experience to produce a wide range of precision components
The CNC Machining Technology Program, at Universal Technical Institute’s Mooresville, NC, campus provides the hands-on training and high-tech skills you need to start a career as a computerized numerical control (CNC) machinist. CNC machinists are in demand and this exciting new program will provide you the knowledge and skills to produce a wide range of precision components, including high-performance engines, industrial applications and medical equipment. From aerospace and parts manufacturing to motorsports and machine shops, you’ll gain skills that can put you in demand in a variety of industries. And no matter what field you choose to pursue, you’ll have the distinction of training at the only CNC machinist school affiliated with the prestigious NASCAR Tech.
With the assistance of UTI and TechForce Foundation, Roush Yates Engines has established the CNC Machining Technology Program Scholarship, named after co-founders Jack Roush and Robert Yates. One scholarship, worth $4,000 will be awarded each quarter in 2018 – 2019 to one selected student who has applied for the scholarship at www.techforcefoundation.com
“As Roush Yates Engines continues to focus on innovation and performance improvement in the motorsports industry, CNC Machinists play a vital role in our success. We look forward to a continued partnership with NASCAR Tech/Universal Technical Institute and to hiring graduates from the new CNC Machining Technology program. A CNC machinist career has many opportunities for employment in the racing, aviation, OEM or medical field.” – Doug Yates, President & CEO, Roush Yates Engines
In the 36-week CNC Machining Technology program, you can learn the skills required to start a career as a CNC machinist. The program’s curriculum of CNC classes will be aligned with standards established by the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS), and can prepare graduates to take the NIMS assessments and examinations for CNC machine operators.
Students will learn everything from reading blueprints and interpreting geometric dimensioning and tolerancing to the programming, setup and operation of CNC lathes and mills.
For more information please go to: http://www.uti.edu/programs/cnc-machining