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Welders fuse and cut metal materials. They can work in several different industries, so welders might build structures or repair existing infrastructure.

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**

CNC (Computer Numerical Control) operators use computer-programmed machines to manufacture precision parts for a variety of different products. The machines drill, cut and shape the raw materials into metal and plastic parts.

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**

When the success of a manufacturing operation requires a part that doesn’t exist, machinists create the solution. Working with raw materials like metal and plastic, they operate a variety of machines to produce precision parts and instruments.

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**

Electricians work in homes and/or businesses to install and repair electrical systems that control power and lighting.

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**

Tool and die makers are a class of machinists who use computer-aided design and computer-controlled machinery to make and repair specialized parts such as dies, cutting tools, and gauges.

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**

Computer-aided design (CAD) or computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) drafters take the vision of an architect or engineer and use computer software to create 2D design drawings or 3D simulations to aid in production. Drafters can work in a broad range of fields, so their designs could lead to sleek electronics or towering buildings.

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**

*Length of program may vary if transfer credits or prior learning experience apply.

**Costs are estimates only and are based on in-state, per-credit-hour tuition prices for one- and two-year degrees. Fees not included. For the most current and accurate tuition price, please contact the college financial aid advisor.