Most beginning CNC instructors come from one of two backgrounds. Either they
have extensive CNC experience (possibly from working in manufacturing), but
limited teaching skills --- or they have extensive teaching skills (possibly
from teaching other courses), but limited CNC experience. These course
curriculums can help in both cases for the three most common CNC instructors.
Instructors working for technical schools
Our highly structured lesson plans, textbooks, and slide show presentations
will make it easy fro even an inexperienced teacher to stay on track. And the
comprehensive instructor notes will make experienced instructors who may be a
little weak with their CNC skills look like CNC experts!
Instructors working for manufacturing companies
Few companies have the resources or the desire to develop a complete CNC
curriculum from scratch. Additionally, success for this kind of program is not
simply a matter of the student getting a good grade. Failure results in
scrapped parts, crashed machines, and possibly injured operators. The
comprehensive student workbook will prove the student's knowledge of presented
materials each step of the way. When your students successfully complete these
courses, you can rest assured that they comprehend the subject matter!
Many consultants provide CNC training to manufacturing companies on a
contract basis. In addition to needing excellent course materials, training
consultants must take their courses on the road. Using standard and highly
portable computer equipment, the comprehensive slide shows can be displayed
anywhere there is a television.