Advanced Machining at RAMTEC

Program Highlights

• Invent, design and manufacture the tools and components for a wide range of production needs

• Utilize advanced computer-controlled technology to create steel, aluminum and plastic components

• Work daily with the same equipment and techniques as industry leaders


Is Tri-Rivers Career Center For Me?

Is this you?

  • I am detail oriented
  • I can focus
  • I am precise
  • I love to design

Career Opportunities Upon Graduation:

  • Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machinist
  • Industrial Machine Operator
  • Tool Grinder
  • Inspector
  • Machine Set-Up

With additional Training/Education:

  • CNC Programmer
  • Tool & Die Maker
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Machine Designer
  • Machining Supervisor

CERTIFICATIONS: *Earn ODE Credential Points toward Graduation

  • NIMS Machining Level 1 *12 points
  • NIMS Machining Level 2 *12 points
  • FANUC Handling & Tool Operation & Programming *6 points
  • Motoman Basic Programming with Material Handling *6 points
  • Fork Lift *1 point
  • OSHA 10 *1 point
  • First Aide/CPR *1 point

Typical Wages:

  • $10 to $30/hour
  • $60,000 and up with a degree —owners, managers, technicians salaries vary with experience/training/education

Some Area Employers Include:
Simco Mfg., Cover Mfg., General Machine & Saw, Hess Industries, Turbo Parts

Partnering with:

  • North Central State College

Career Focus:
Prepared for immediate employment, advanced industrial certifications, and further education


Instructor Scott Jones received an Outstanding Tri-Rivers Alumni Award.  Mr. Jones graduated from Machine Trades, worked in his field and then brought his knowledge to the classroom and lab.

scott-jones-alumni-13-300x222Instructor Scott Jones, left.