The Right Skills NOW - CNC Machining program is designed for adult learners in a career transition mode. Targeted students are not recent high school graduates but are adult learners of 21 years of age or older, such as military veterans and career industry workers seeking to update their skillset. The program offers high quality training that focuses on bridging the advanced manufacturing skills gap. At the completion of this rigorous 600 hour training program, students may receive 6 to 8 National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) credentials and become entry level CNC Machinists with upward mobility potential. CNC Machining is a skilled trade that is considered to be a high demand occupation throughout the U.S.