If you’re quick-thinking and have a passion for computers, consider becoming a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Operator. As the primary overseer of critical machines and routers, CNC operators ensure everything runs smoothly – from setup to operation. A typical workday may include monitoring machinery, inspecting finished products, and leading test runs. Central SC has the resources for you to jumpstart this career, starting with training programs.
In three to twelve months, you can apply your quick-learning and detail-oriented skill set to building a promising career in a booming industry. Get started with one of the programs below.
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CHAPIN, S.C. (WACH) — The town of Chapin is on the comeback, with a new multi-million-dollar business investment bringing life back to a community that was hit hard by large businesses shutting down. “I believe this is going to have a huge impact on the community,” said Charlie Zobel. “It’s a small community, but there […]
The South Carolina Biotechnology Industry Organization (SCBIO) is pleased to announce the launch of its first-in-kind, next-generation life sciences workforce development mobile app, undertaken at an Executive Breakfast held at the Omni Hotel on Wednesday, June 15th. ‘Rad Lab’ is designed for middle- and high schoolers across South Carolina. It is part of a workforce […]