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CNC Lathe Machine Operation NC II in the Philippines



CNC Lathe Machine Operation NC II is a short TESDA course in the Philippines that will train you in performing basic CNC lathe machine operations.

Some examples of skills that you will acquire from enrolling in this course include:

  • Interpreting working drawings and sketches
  • Selecting and cutting workshop materials
  • Performing shop computations (Basic)
  • Measuring workpiece (Basic)
  • Performing shop computations (Intermediate)
  • Measuring workpiece using angular measuring instruments
  • Performing preventive and corrective maintenance
  • Writing basic CNC lathe machine program
  • Setting-up CNC lathe machine, workpiece and cutting tools

Course Duration

CNC Lathe Machine Operation NC II takes a minimum of 236 hours to complete.

Admission Requirements

Basic requirements for this TESDA course include:

  • Copy of NSO Birth Certificate
  • Highschool or College Diploma
  • Certified True Copy of Transcript of Records or Form 137
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • 1×1 and/or 2×2 Pictures

Careers

Qualified graduates of CNC Lathe Machine Operation NC II can find employment as a CNC lathe machine operator (basic).

Competency Assessment and Certification

Students enrolled in the CNC Lathe Machine Operation NC II course may be required to undergo a Competency Assessment before graduation. A National Certificate (NC II) will be issued to students who passed this assessment. You can find more information on assessments and certifications at the official website of TESDA.

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    CNC Lathe Machine Operation NC II is a short TESDA course in the Philippines that will train you in performing basic CNC lathe machine operations. Some examples of skills that you will acquire from enrolling in this course include: Interpreting working drawings and sketches Selecting and cutting workshop materials Performing shop computations (Basic) Measuring workpiece (Basic) Performing shop computations (Intermediate) Measuring workpiece using angular measuring instruments Performing preventive and corrective maintenance Writing basic CNC lathe machine program Setting-up CNC lathe machine, workpiece and cutting tools Course Duration CNC Lathe Machine Operation NC II takes a minimum of 236 hours to complete. Admission Requirements Basic requirements for this TESDA course include: Copy of NSO Birth Certificate Highschool or College …


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    30 Comments

    1. Good day! I just want to know if there is CNC Milling or CNC Lathe Machine online course? Thank you…

    2. Hi! Good evening, my husbnd Marlon Abuel interested to enroll for a CNC Machninist Course. Do you have any Training center near in Laguna? Thank you.

    3. I am interested to enroll for a CNC Machinist Course. I am from Calamba, Laguna. Your prompt reply for my inquiry would be highly appreciated. Best Regards,

      • I’m interested can you give your mobile no. or call me at 09176212283

    4. 3years expiriens cutting product of polyurethane com. Taiwan use lathe machine. Where is the training center lathe machine operator , valenzuela city?

      • Hi, Nemecio!

        Unfortunately, right now there are no training centers in Valenzuela listed on TESDA’s list of institutions authorized to offer this course. We’re not sure if there have been any recent changes to that list, though, so you might want to call the nearest TESDA office to be sure.
        http://www.courses.com.ph/tesda-regional-provincial-district-offices/

        :(

    5. do you have a cnc lathe machine operator courses ncII in calamba?

    6. Do you offered courses conventional lathe machine nc2 in calamba laguna
      or CNC lathe machine nc 1 or 2?

    7. Hi Sir,

      I am Lilian Dy, HR and Admin Manager of Pipols Synergy Management Services, Inc. a manpower provider. We have client company that is in need of 50 machinists that undergone training in CNC lathe machining. Since TESDA is in this kind of training, may we request that we be referred to schools in Calabarzon to source possible personnel for CNC machining positions.

      Thank you so much and we look forward to your response.

      lilian dy 0918 502 8262

    8. Good day…ive been working as a nc lathe machine operator, but recently i lost my job and hard to find the same one for i dont have a background in cnc lathe…hopefully tesda will put a training center here in cebu, im just wondering why tesda forgot to put a training center here in cebu, we ,cebuano people badly need this one…tanx

      • Hi, Sanny!

        There are already several TESDA training centers in Cebu. Unfortunately, it seems none of them is currently authorized to offer CNC Lathe Machine Operation. Training centers add or remove courses from their list of available courses every now and then, though, so you might want to check with them every once in a while for updates.

        http://www.tesda.gov.ph/inc/tvisearch.aspx?institution=cebu
        http://www.courses.com.ph/tesda-regional-provincial-district-offices/

        :)

    9. sir,
      i wish to knoe if it is possible to take a seminar for
      leathe machine operator..
      how many days your training sir..
      is available in toledo city TESDA..
      pls tel me..

    10. Hi. Graduate po ako ng mechanical technology major in machinist . San po b pwdng mag training ulit kasi 3 years napo akung di nakakapag machine

    11. ,gud day..
      hi im ryan maglalang cnc opertor at metal cast gusto qu pu sna magtake ng cnc lathe operation mron pu ba d2 sa cvite! f wla available pa pu ba e2 sa tesda taguig dis year!

    12. good day ma’am/sir,
      I’m welder I won’t to training lathe machine .you have branch in iligan city.how much to pay ,how many days to training what is you requirment??

      thanks and good day
      larry demin

      • Hi, Larry!

        There doesn’t seem to be a training center in Iligan that is currently authorized to offer this course. You can find the list of the other training centers on the page below, though. Hopefully, there’s one near your place.

        As for your other questions, that would be best answered by the training center you intend to enroll at so we suggest you call them directly.
        http://www.tesda.gov.ph/inc/tvisearch.aspx?duration=lathe

        :)

    13. CNC Lathe machine operator is a good profession to choose but you should have a deep knowledge about its working its spare parts and all other features other wise it may be a difficult to operate on it.

    14. I want to know if there is a CNC machinist program in TESDA, Bohol Philippines.If none, please let me know which schools offer in Manila or Cebu.Thank you

      • Hi, Michael!

        Thanks for visiting our site.

        Please refer to the FAQs on the link below for answers to TESDA-related questions.
        http://www.courses.com.ph/tesda-courses-in-the-philippines-frequently-asked-questions/

        :)

    15. i operator of manual lathe machine but i like a background of cnc machine.how to enroll and how much pay and how many hours and duty thank you……

      • i am an operator of a manual lathe machine but im interested to have a background on typical cnc machine. where to enroll and how much it cost. also how long the duration of training is.

      • hi @courses.com.ph, im interested to have a formal training for this MACHINING training but unfortunately i couldn’t find an exact info where to enroll for this courses. im an engineering graduate of BS ECE and working at TERUMO PHILS CORP (an injection molding company which produces SYRINGES and other MEDICAL DEVICES in the world) as MOLD ENGINEER II but sadly i wasn’t able to have training with machinist machine because i was just focus on verification, validation, develop, and other technical

        • continuation…
          jobs. i was just planning to have that training to be versatile in all aspect of mold technology w/c i think can lead to become a successful one. but sadly, i was doubted if a degree holder like me can avail those training which i think its just offered to those high-school grad. can you gave me a list of those school i may enroll near calamba laguna? the list of school youve posted was too far from where i am. being an employed one is difficult to travel from there(schools). tnx

      • continuation…
        jobs. i was just planning to have that training to be versatile in all aspect of mold technology w/c i think can lead to become a successful one. but sadly, i was doubted if a degree holder like me can avail those training which i think its just offered to those high-school grad. can you gave me a list of those school i may enroll near calamba laguna? the list of school youve posted was too far from where i am. being an employed one is difficult to travel from there(schools). tnx

        • Hi, Jay-r!

          Thanks for visiting our site.

          As far as we know, college graduates can also enroll in TESDA courses. If you want to be sure, though, you might want to contact the school that offer the course so they can give you an accurate and detailed response.
          You can find them by using this tool from TESDA: http://www.tesda.gov.ph/inc/tvi.aspx
          For other TESDA-related questions, please refer to this link: http://www.courses.com.ph/tesda-courses-in-the-philippines-frequently-asked-questions/
          :)

    16. my husband is a mouldmaker but he uses only the conventional machines like milling, lathe machines, and edm, he has no background in cnc machines at all. Since most plastic company recquires a background in CNC machines nowadays, he finds it hard to get or cope with the latest technology, he is interested to get a training on this field.

      • Hi, Maggi!

        Thanks for visiting our site.

        If your husband found the time, he might want to check out these schools/training centers listed on TESDA’s list of vocational institutions authorized to offer CNC machine-related courses.
        http://www.tesda.gov.ph/inc/tvisearch.aspx?duration=cnc

        :)

    17. i enterested abaut the cnc training,how can i enroll this coures?what is the rementsquir?this course have olso in TESDA cebu city?how much tuisionpay?how many days of training?how many hours everyday?i want to learned this machine because this machine only i connot learned when i am a treanee of DON BOSCO,and this machine is a very demand in working abroad so that i want to trained this machine…

      • Hi, Cristino!

        Thanks for visiting our site.

        Unfortunately, there seems to be no school or training center that offer this course in Cebu. You can find other schools/training centers that do offer this course on this page:: http://www.tesda.gov.ph/inc/tvisearch.aspx?duration=cnc%20lathe. If you’re willing to study at those schools, just contact their offices and they will probably be happy to tell you what to do.

        Minimum training duration is 234 hours for NC III and 236 hours for NC II. We’re not sure how those hours are going to be divided, though, so it’s best if you’ll contact the school or training center directly so they can give you an accurate response. The same goes for the tuition fee.

        As for the requirements, basic requirements usually include:

        • Copy of Birth Certificate authenticated by NSO
        • Copy of High school or College Diploma
        • Certified True Copy of Transcript of Records
        • 1×1 Pictures
        • Certificate of Good Moral Character

        Specific requirements may vary depending on the school you are going to enroll at, so it’s also best if you’ll contact the school directly so they can answer it for you.

        :)

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