CNC Machinist Schools in Connecticut

Connecticut is 4th in the nation for
median pay rates
in the CNC industry*!

Trained manufacturing professionals are needed throughout New England and across the U.S. to meet a growing demand. Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machinists play important roles in operating and programming the machines that turn, mill and cut aluminum, titanium, and steel to create parts for a wide range of industries. Lincoln Tech’s CNC machinist school in Connecticut offers hands-on practice with the same kinds of CNC machines used to create parts for the auto, aerospace, military, agriculture, and wholesale industries, as well as a number of products that not only help make our lives easier, but keep the economy going while keeping up with supply and demand.

Lincoln Tech’s CNC Machining and Manufacturing Technology program in Connecticut includes instruction in programming lathes, multi-axis machining technology, hand tools used in manual milling, and a lot more. The facility is equipped with machines from Haas Automation, a leading global provider of CNC equipment.

Upon graduating from CNC machine training in Connecticut, you’ll be ready to pursue entry-level positions such as a CNC Operator, Machinist or Set-up Technician. The CNC Machinist school at Lincoln Tech’s Connecticut campus helps set you up for success in a career that's building America:

  • You’ll prepare to qualify for credentials from the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) in the areas of job planning, bench work, milling, CNC turning, and more.
  • Computer-Aided-Design (CAD) and Computer-Aided-Manufacturing (CAM) classes teach you the software programs needed for milling parts.
  • You’ll also learn to read blueprints and work with Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) equipment to direct tool paths.

If you're good with your hands, have a mind for problem-solving, and want to build a career where you're building things that really matter, this could be the career path for you. Lincoln Tech – East Windsor is your ticket to making it happen!

* Career growth projections can be found at careeronestop.org for the years 2016-2026. Ranks reflect comparisons among 48 continental U.S. states. Salary information is based on median salary information collected for the year 2017. Data is current as of September 30, 2018.

Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended Lincoln programs can be found at:
www.lincolntech.edu/consumerinfo

Campuses that currently offer training in this program area are listed below, as well as links to exact program informational fact sheets:

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