CTMA CNC Machinist Training Program
New Funding Now Available from CTMA – Receive $7,500 to Help Offset Your Shop-Floor Training Costs!
CNC MACHINIST TRAINING PROGRAM
SELECTION, HIRING, LEARNING & CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
TWO INTAKES OF 20 TRAINEES
FEBRUARY 26, 2018 and APRIL 16, 2018
- Does your company need good CNC Machinists but you can’t find enough experienced ones?
- Are you prepared to do some training, but find it challenging to recruit and select young people who can be trained to become good CNC Machinists and valuable employees?
- Is training new CNC Machinists a big cost and a risky investment for your company – lots of time and effort required, with uncertain results?
CTMA can help meet your needs!
Get Capable CNC Machinists – quickly, with low risk and low cost!
CTMA will provide you with:
- Screened candidates (Youth 18 – 29 years old) who definitely have what it takes to be a good CNC Machinist.
- Classroom training (4 weeks) at the start to give them the basics to be workplace-ready prior to arriving on your shop floor.
- Training guidelines to assist you in teaching the one(s) you select – 22 weeks on your shop floor – the ‘real world’ of CNC machining.
- Coaching/monitoring over the entire 26 week program to ensure success
- $7,500 for each successful Trainee, to help offset your shop-floor training costs.
- Tools, instruments and a tool box for each Trainee ($1,500 value).
- Certification for those Trainees who become qualified to the industry-defined standards as a CNC Machinist [Level 1].
- Agree to hire and train one or more youth, per the CTMA CNC Machinist Learning Program (approx. 26 weeks).
- Appoint a Lead Trainer to provide trainee(s) with 22 weeks of shop floor training to industry-defined Technical Learning Outcomes.
- Pay a Participation Fee for each Trainee (which contributes towards the costs of recruiting, interviewing and testing Youth applicants to identify the ones who have the aptitudes, attitudes and personal characteristics to succeed as a CNC Machinist)
- Pay a Participation Fee per Trainee (which contributes towards the costs of recruiting, interviewing and testing Youth applicants to identify the ones who have the aptitudes, attitudes and personal characteristics to succeed as a CNC Machinist
CTMA invites advanced manufacturing companies like yours to participate in the CNC Machinist Program administered by CTMA!
For more information visit
or contact Robert Cattle, Executive Director, CTMA at 416-301-6224.
This Program is funded in part by the Government of Ontario.