Precision Machining TechnologyBrief Description
Training in the craft of precision machining and metrology for Connecticut's manufacturing industry
Year Program Started
Grade Level Sequence
9, 10, 11, 12
Academic Design and Delivery
National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS), A certificate or certification offered by a third party, NIMS
Yes - NIMS.org, CTECS.org
How often program curriculum is reviewed
Stakeholders participating in program review
Education: This may include a high school diploma or equivalent, postsecondary degree or completion of postsecondary level CTE coursework.
Work Experience: This may include completion of a specified number of hours or years of work or apprenticeship experience in the occupational area.
Certification: This may include possession of an industry-recognized license or certification.
Teacher or CTE Training: This may include completion of professional learning or training required for teachers generally, professional learning or training in the CTE field or in a specific occupational area, mentorship experience, or other pedagogical training.
Opportunities to earn credit articulating to the next level of education
None of the above
How are employability skill standards incorporated into the program?
Utilization of project based learning to address various area of the curriculum as well as development of soft skills.
Work-based learning opportunities/internships
Cooperative work education, Internships, Pre-apprenticeships, Simulated work environments
Pre-Apprenticeships are a decision of the employer.
Student Recruitment and Engagement
Printed materials, Guidance activities
Program data collection