Machining Apprenticeship Program
Our program has been jointly approved by the United States Department of Labor and the New Hampshire Department of Education; Apprentices completing this two-year program will earn certificates from the NH Dept. of Education and the US Department of Labor.
- Machining apprenticeship calls for approximately 4,800 on-the-job hours; each apprentice must demonstrate competency in a variety of skills. Please see ‘On the Job Learning Schedule’ for skills list
- Machining apprentices take “related instruction” classes over the course of 1.5 years, totaling 300 hours.
- Apprentices may begin related instruction through Community Education without yet having secured a position with an area company as a machining apprentice. However, it is strongly recommended that students find such a position as soon as possible.
This is a student responsibility.
Apprentices are paid by their respective employers during the course of the two years.
The related instruction is $975.00 for the full year, inclusive of all textbooks.
Students who are employed as machining apprentices should check with their organizations regarding company policies for tuition payment/reimbursement.
How To Enroll
Contact Linda Morehouse, Interim Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 357-0088 ext. 102
Click on the links below for an application or more information.