Advanced MasterCAM Programming

Students will improve their 2D tool-paths and learn how to generate advance tool paths with 3D surface models. 

The student’s competency will advance them into 4th and 5th axis programing where they will learn mill turning and learn how to adjust post processors for other CNC machines in the machine shop. Students will learn Solid Modeling as a tool for the designing of machine parts. Advanced MasterCAM graduates may find work at machine shops in advanced designing, 4th & 5th axis programming, solid molding, in CNC programming positions, engineering of parts and working with Quality Control Engineers. 

Seating is limited. Call now to reserve your seat. 
For Marcie Correa, 562-404-4295 x131 or
For Aurora Gonzalez, 562-404-4295 x113 or  

Course Length

Classes are 8 hours on Saturdays for 18 weeks, a total of 144 hours of training or 4.5 hours two nights per week for 16 weeks, a total of 144 hours of training last class day 1 hour less than standard hours. 


Students must have completed the MasterCAM class from the NTMA Training Centers. 


All instructors are credentialed or are working toward a credential in Adult Vocational Education. The instructors bring to the classroom and shop many years of practical experience in the machining, tooling and manufacturing industry. Their extensive capabilities and varied backgrounds assure students of receiving the highest caliber instruction possible from the most qualified instructors. 

NOTE: Course Taught In English Only