HANNIBAL, MO. (WGEM) –The Hannibal Career and Technology Center is partnering with Moberly Area Community College to help residents in the community.
The 30-hour course will cover computer numerical control programming, set up, and operation. CNC is a computer numerical control that controls the axis movement for machines.
“We’re working with Moberly Area Community College to just provide some training in the evening around CNC machining and CNC programming and set up,” he said.
“We’re going to be working with three-axis vertical-mills leaning the programming and set up techniques with that.”
Gardner said the course will give hands-on experience and is open to anyone wanting to learn.
“What we hope is that we’ll have people in the community sign up to take the class and that can help them in their career path,” he said. “Wherever they might be working currently in local industry or it might give them the ability to get that job in a skilled area.”
The course is set to begin March 2, 2021, for more information on how to register CLICK HERE.