Precision Machining

Program Overview

CIP Code: 48.0501

Machinists are the foundation of all industries, and without them, no manufacturing or construction jobs would exist. In the Precision Machining program, you get training in the top 3 hardest jobs to fill According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (Machining, Welding, CNC Programming). Precision Machining students are highly sought out by local employers for their knowledge and varied skillset.

Ben Detwiler

Ben Detwiler


Enrollment Process

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Instructor Biography

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National Institute of Metalworking (NIMS) Level I Credentials, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Construction Industry Safety and Health Certificate (10 hours), PA Skills Certificate

Employer Partners

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Possible Careers

Graduates of the Precision Machining program go straight into the workforce or get further schooling. Students can become machinists, tool and die makers, CNC programmers, production managers, cost estimators, engineers, aircraft technicians, inspectors, or engineering technicians just to name a few!

Required Items

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Dual Enrollment Opportunities

Students in this program will have the opportunity to earn dual enrollment credits through Penn College Dual Enrollment Program by being concurrently enrolled in Penn College and The Academy.

Career & Technical Student Organization

Advanced Manufacturing Club


Level 1 & 2 students 9:20-11:40, Level 2 & 3 Students 12:40-2:50

Task Grid

Post-Secondary Opportunities

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