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CNC MachinistBuild valuable skills in a fascinating trade.

CNC machine training offers the chance to gain job-ready abilities for an engaging career that can provide a real sense of pride and accomplishment. By becoming skilled at working with computer numerical control (CNC) machine technologies, you could soon be making tools, dies, molds, and other objects using high-tech lathes or milling equipment. It's an opportunity to learn one of today's most appealing and dependable trades.

Explore how a machinist training program might help you begin building a more reliable career for yourself right now. Check out the CNC machining schools below or use your zip code to find one close to you!

Top Five Reasons to Pursue a Career as a CNC Machinist



Featured Schools


Kaplan Career Institute


Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Computer Numerical Control Machinist
  • Lincoln College of Technology


    Indianapolis, Indiana
    Grand Prairie, Texas
  • CNC Machining and Manufacturing
  • Lincoln Technical Institute


    Mahwah, New Jersey
  • CNC Machining and Manufacturing


  • Top Five Reasons to Pursue a Career as a CNC Machinist

    CNC MachinistGetting machinist training is an educational investment that often comes with many rewards. This field can offer a lot of benefits to highly trained workers. Here are just a few reasons you should get more information about programs for machine technologies:

    1. Projected Growth

    Nearly 35,000 machinist jobs are expected to become available between 2012 and 2022—an increase of nine percent over ten years.*

    2. Widespread Opportunity

    Computer numerical control machinist jobs are available in almost every state in the country.** So you probably won't have to relocate to enjoy a career in this trade.

    3. Good Pay

    In 2013, the median annual wage for a full-time CNC machinist was $46,510, or roughly three times as much as the national minimum wage.**

    4. Transferrable Skills

    Many of the skills you can learn from your CNC machine training are applicable to other jobs in the broad machine technologies field. This can make it easier for you to find jobs and give you more opportunities to advance your career.

    5. Fast Training

    It's possible to complete a CNC machining program in less than one year. Not only is the specialized training fast, but it can also give you a real competitive edge in the job market.

    Make a Smart Move Forward Right Now

    Does the idea of starting a new, well-paying career in a reliable industry sound exciting? If it does, make sure to request information from a nearby school. For your convenience, this page includes some great options. Or to quickly pinpoint schools near you offering machinist training, use the search tool below!



    * Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, website last visited November 20, 2014.

    ** Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Employment Statistics, website last visited November 20, 2014.