This program is specifically designed for those who are employed full-time and are seeking to complete the classroom training hours for the Pennsylvania Journeyman Certification by taking one course per semester. This state certification can subsequently be achieved by completing the required number of shop experience hours with companies who are setup with the state in association with the Westmoreland classroom program.
Students will learn to read and interpret prints, use common hand tools, set up and operate metal cutting machines including mills, lathes and grinders, and use precision measuring equipment. Students will also learn to create machine code programs for CNC equipment and load, troubleshoot and execute the programs on CNC mills and lathes.
Students will receive a total of 47 college level credits toward an AAS degree. The Journeyman Technology degree may be achieved by completing the necessary 16 additional credits.
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