Skilled Trades- Tool & Die Maker/Designer Certificate
Where To Go From Here
This program trains students in basic industrial machining. Coursework focuses on electronics, PLCs and machine operation.
Why This Degree
Tool and die makers work in machine shops, tool rooms and factories setting up and operating a variety of computer-controlled and mechanically controlled machine tools to produce precision metal parts, instruments and tools, in positions such as tool and die maker and tool repairer, earning an average of $51,060 annually.