Progressive managers are always looking for ways to improve the proficiency
of their staff. Considering the fact that most entry-level CNC people are
hired-in with little or no previous manufacturing (let alone CNC) experience,
CNC-using companies are usually on their own train people from scratch. Many
have done a pretty good job when it comes to providing training for basic
skills that CNC operators require - skills like blueprint reading,
tolerance interpretation, gauging, and shop math - to name a few.
The best CNC operators are eventually promoted to become setup people- and
the best setup people are commonly promoted to become programmers. Yet you may
be having trouble finding resources to help you upgrade the skills of your
operators and setup people. You may, for example, want your operators to be
able to make minor program modifications to handle speed and feed problems. Or
you may want setup people to completely verify new programs by themselves. Or
you may simply want people in your company (including managers, design
engineers, and other engineering people) to know more about CNC programming.
Why not enroll them in these courses to help them learn the basics of CNC G
code level manual programming? Better yet - why not allow them to work on
course activities for part of each work day?
Since we grade students after every lesson, you can easily track
performance. When a student successfully completes one of these classes, you
can rest assured that they truly understand course content.
Do you want to bring these materials
We offer a way for you - or someone in your
company - to act as the facilitator for any of our courses.
This person will receive all correspondences (tests, programming
activities, and questions) and will be able to track each
student's progress as they go through the class. For more
information, contact us at 847-639-8847,