The Advanced Manufacturing Program offers students the opportunity to experience the latest technology in the machine tool industry. Metal parts are produced through the use of lathes, millers, surface grinders, Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) machines, electrical discharge machines, and heat-treating.
CNC machining includes programming, set-up and operation. Students also participate in regular related theory classes.
Graduates of the Advanced Manufacturing Program can go on to work as precision machinists, tool makers, mold makers, industrial technicians, manufacturers, and machine programmers.
Partnerships with Area Businesses
Upper class students who meet eligibility requirements can apply to spend their shop weeks working in paid positions with local businesses through our Cooperative Education program.
It is the policy of the Franklin County Technical School not to discriminate on the basis of homeless status, sex, race, religion, age, sexual orientation, transgender, gender identity, creed, color, national origin or disability in its educational programs, activities or employment policies.