When choosing a program at PMI, you may be considering what type of career paths are available after graduation. At PMI, we’ve put together the top jobs in each of our programs to provide you with an overview of the opportunities that are out there.
CNC Machinist and CNC Operator Programs
Both the CNC Machinist program and the CNC Operator program include training, provided by instructors with extensive experience in the machinist field. Courses for the CNC Machinist and CNC Operator programs include Machining Fundamentals, Workholding Devices, Set up & Operations, Manual Mill and Manual Lathe, and Blueprint Reading.
In addition to the courses above, the CNC Machinist program includes training on SolidWorks and MasterCam. Each of these programs is designed to prepare students for a career in the machinist field. Some of the jobs within this field that our past graduates have found work in include:
- CNC Programmer
- Machining Inspector
- Quality Control
- Prototype Machinist
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in this industry is projected to have average growth as well as additional job openings as workers retire or leave.
Electro-Mechanical Technology Program
An Electro-Mechanical Technician uses knowledge of mechanical technology with knowledge of electrical and electronic circuits to operate, test, and maintain automatic electro-mechanical and robotic equipment. Our experienced instructors provide hands-on training in Basic Print Reading, AC/DC Applications, Fundamentals of Electricity, and Basic Maintenance Welding.
The top jobs of our Electro-Mechanical Technology graduates include:
- Engineering Technician
- Field Service Technician
- PLC Technician
- Maintenance Specialist
- Project Manager
- Maintenance Manager
The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the employment of electro-mechanical technicians will grow by four percent from 2016 to 2026.
Electric Arc Welding Program
From hand-held welders to remotely-controlled equipment, our welding students join metal parts and also fill holes, seams, and indentations in a variety of metal projects. Our MIG, TIG, STICK, and FLUX-CORE certified welding instructors provide training in Welding Fabrication, Basic Print Reading, Flux-Cored Arc Welding, and more. Students also receive hands-on training using equipment such as MIG/TIG machines, metalworking band saws, and Plasma Arc cutting systems.
Based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports, the overall employment of welder, solderers, cutters, and brazers is projected to grow six percent between 2016 and 2026. Some of the top jobs our graduates are working in include:
- Pipeline Welder
- Oilfield Welder
- Boiler Maker
- Field Welding Leader
Looking for a Career in One of These Top Jobs? Get Started today!
At PMI, we offer comprehensive programs that include experienced instructors and hands-on training to provide you with the knowledge, skill, and education you need to prepare for a career in one of these growing industries.
Contact PMI to learn more about the programs we offer and schedule a visit today!