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As a Machinist Apprentice, you may work for a manufacturing firm or machine shop. Your primary task will be to produce metal parts for industrial machinery, automobiles, aircraft, and other consumer goods. You will use lathes, grinders, mills, drilling presses, and computer numerical controlled machines (CNC).You will interpret blueprints and other specifications to select correct materials, tools, and fabrication processes.The approximate completion time for the Machinist Apprentice Certificate is 810 hours of classroom training on the College campus and 8,000 hours of On-the-Job Training.
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