What you'll learn

Apprenticeship technical training is designed for students who are working in the industry and have been registered as an apprentice through the Industry Training Authority.

If you're working in the industry or not, you can start your education by taking the foundation level program for Millwright/Machinist.

MACH 250 Level 2

Duration: 5 Weeks

In this level you’ll learn to use applied mathematics, advanced measurement tools, conventional lathes (advanced level), milling machines, grinders and abrasives; interpret engineering drawings and reference materials; select materials; and plan sequence of operation

MACH 350 Level 3

Duration: 6 Weeks

In this level you will learn to use applied mathematics, measurement tools, conventional lathes (advanced level), grinders and abrasives (advanced level), and boring mills; interpret engineering drawings and reference materials; select materials; use computer numerical controlled machines, and plan sequence of operation.

MACH 450 Level 4

Red Seal

Duration: 6 weeks standard training, 2 weeks IPE training

In this level you will learn to use measurement tools (advanced level), support machines, boring mills and CNC machines; interpret engineering drawings and reference materials; select materials; and plan sequence of operation.

At the end of Level Four, you will write the Interprovincial Red Seal exam in the Trade of Machinist.

Machinist

  • Type: Apprenticeship
  • Length: Varies by Level
  • Campus: Prince George
  • Fees: Vary by Level
These fees are an estimate.

Did you know..?

All Students passed the Red Seal Interprovincial Exam. Since 2010 CNC has had a flawless record in the Machinist Trade making it one of the most successful institutions in BC.