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CNC Programmer
Award type: Journey-Level Completion Certificate
Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee

Program Details
Program Overview for CNC Programmer
ETP eligible Click for more information on Eligible Training Provider
yes
School
Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee
Program website
Program contact
Michelle Crowe
(206) 764-5832
mcrowe@ajactraining.org
Program description
The apprentice shall receive on the job instruction and work experience as is necessary to become a qualified journey-level worker versed in the theory and practice of the occupation covered by these Standards. The Apprentice shall be instructed and trained in all operations and methods customarily used in their trade. Each shop will adhere to as closely as facilities will permit and as approved by the Apprenticeship Committee. Retention of the apprentice on a particular operation beyond the established time should not occur unless there is a definite need for further training in the process. Refer to the apprentice work progress record for additional information related to specific work processes.
Financial Information
Journey level pay
$25.00
Program Information
Length of training
3 Years
Award type
Journey-Level Completion Certificate
Clock hours
6000
Locations offered
Main Location view map

Offered evenings/weekends
no
Offered onlineno
Entrance requirements
Minimum qualifications must be clearly stated and applied in a nondiscriminatory manner [see WAC 296-05-015(17)]. At least 17 years old. (Exception: 16 for applicants currently enrolled in high school or equivalent credit recovery program). All occupations unless otherwise noted: High School diploma/equivalent or working toward a high school diploma/equivalent. A two-year Associate’s degree will be accepted in lieu of a high school diploma/equivalent. Production Technician (Youth) and Maintenance/Automation Technician (Youth): enrolled in high school or equivalent credit recovery program. Able to perform the physical requirements of the occupation, with or without reasonable accommodation. Persons entering an apprenticeship must have completed the World of Work Inventory (WOWI) assessment with a minimum score of 27.78 in numerical, 34.95 in verbal or have successfully completed a college math and English class at 90 level or above. Exception: Production Technician (Youth) and Maintenance/Automation Technician (Youth) entering the youth apprenticeship program may show successful completion of high school level Algebra and English relating to graduation requirements in place of the WOWI test scores.
Certification/license required to work in this field
no
Certification/license obtained as part of training program
no
Certification/license test preparation provided
no