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CNC Training

CNC Training

The Institute of Technical Trades provides comprehensive Computer Numerical Control CNC training in Toronto. Our Toronto CNC classes, provide vocational training to students who wish to set up, operate and program CNC mills and lathes and use 2D and 3D drawing software.

CNC Machine Setup / Operator / Part Programmer

CNC Machine Setup / Operator / Part Programmer

"Approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005"

The CNC Machine Setup / Operator / Part Programmer course provides training in the setup, operation and programming of Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) mills and lathes.

28 Week Program

Our Toronto CNC training program consists of the following classes:

  • Mathematics for Machinists 
  • AutoCAD
  • CNC Lathe 
  • SolidWORKS
  • CNC Mill
  • MasterCAM Mill & Lathe

To provide the most effective teaching techniques and hands-on learning, our Toronto CNC classes have on site training machines and a full sized HAAS Mill. Very small class sizes mean students have almost unlimited access to practice their developing skills. Students work directly on the machines themselves throughout the program and the focus is always on practical training, not theory or general education subjects.

This hands-on approach to education by a highly qualified instructor is crucial to helping students maximize their potential; more advanced students have an opportunity to tackle more advanced projects and all students are ready to start work without further co-op training upon successful completion of this diploma program.

The following short courses (1 to 2 weeks) do not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005:

AutoCAD, Inventor, MasterCAM, CNC Mill, CNC Lathe

Are you looking for something more specific?
Talk to one of our councellors about customizing a program to meet your specific needs.
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What Our Graduates Say

I landed a sweet position with a great company within a week of finishing my course. I'm now making a $20/hr. That's $2 more per hr. than I was making at my last job after 7 years.

J. Wallingford

Just wanted to thank the Institute for everything.  I have landed a job at a company where machine tools are manufactured.  I am there as an apprentice but all the knowledge gained at the Institute I know will take me a long way in the near future.

W. Mauricio

Through ITT I gained the training and confidence I needed to be successful.  I am now a welder working on a new project with Black & MacDonald and very happy with my future.

G. Paul

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