Aerospace Technology Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Mill Operation

Career and Technical Program

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Classes for this program are located in Rathdrum, Idaho, 12 miles from Coeur d’Alene at the Parker Technical Education Center

This program prepares students for entry-level employment in the Aerospace manufacturing industries utilizing Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Mills. The curriculum will provide students with the fundamental skills necessary to setup and run CNC milling machines including setting work and cutter offsets, cutter and tool holder selection, speeds and feeds, the use of work holding fixtures and vises, handwork and inspection, along with the basics of G-code and an intro to Mastercam. The program will also provide students with an understanding of machining aircraft alloys and composites along with the basics of 5-axis and using a probe. Students will participate in a blended learning environment. Some courses are delivered in an online delivery format. Prospective students should have solid math skills and demonstrate mechanical aptitude. Computer and keyboarding skills are recommended.


Daniel Clark
Second Year Advanced Manufacturing and CNC Mill Instructor
Office: Parker Technical Education Center 113
Phone: (208) 676-7146

For additional information please contact Career and Technical advising at (208) 769-3448 or

Transportation to outreach centers and other off-campus college facilities is not provided by North Idaho College.


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