Right Skills Now for Manufacturing (CNC) (RSNM)

RSNM1100 | Measurement, Materials & Safety | Lec/Lab (2 Credits)

Manufacturing of parts through layout and bench work, includes the use of band saws, drill presses, surface grinders, manual lathes, and vertical mills. Basic principles in metal-cutting technology includes threading, tapers, knurling, boring, radii cutting and milling procedures such as squaring stock, the use of rotary table, and the many other milling and turning operations.

RSNM1110 | Job Planning, Benchwork & Layout | Lec/Lab (2 Credits)

An exploration of the basics of hand tools, understanding drawings, manual machines, and layout. Interpret drawing information, describe basic symbols and notation, and interpret basic GD&T feature control frames. Teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving are emphasized. Hands-on experience and practical applications.

RSNM1120 | CNC Milling Level I | Lec/Lab (3 Credits)

Introduction to basic milling operations. Examine manual and CNC milling practices. Utilize tooling, machining practices and applied mathematics. Teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving are emphasized. Hands-on experience and practical applications.

RSNM1130 | CNC Turning Level I | Lec/Lab (3 Credits)

Introduction to basic lathe operations. Examine manual and CNC lathe turning practices. Utilize tooling, machining practices and applied mathematics. Teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving are emphasized. Hands-on experience and practical applications.

RSNM1210 | Manufacturing Careers Investigation | Practicum (3 Credits)

Explore different manufacturing careers through several possible paths. Create resumes, explore job postings, attend a job fair, perform mock interviews and report weekly on your progress. Fulfill the course requirements by completing at least 162 hours in an industry-related internship, co-op or apprenticeship.

Prerequisite(s): RSNM1100, RSNM1110, RSNM1120, And RSNM1130