HTEC
Teacher Training

Confidence Begins Here


Fully trained CNC instructors are critical to the success of any advanced manufacturing program. So we developed and support HTEC CNC Teacher Training Programs across North America and Europe, to ensure instructors have the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully use Haas CNC machines and related technologies in their training programs. These Teacher Training Centers are dedicated to providing the highest quality teacher training available.

4 Steps to Get Training


1

Choose a Location

most convenient for you, using the map of locations.

2

Select a Course

that suits you, based on your experience.

3

Check the Calendar

to find a time that works for you.

4

Register for a Class

using the link provided on the calendar for your selected course.

“This was the best training that I have attended. Our instructor was very knowledgeable and patient. I enjoyed the format of teaching a concept in the classroom, and immediately going to the machine and applying the concept.”

Doug Sands | United Technical Center | West Virginia

Course Descriptions


Intro to CNC Milling

This course is designed for those with little or no 3-axis CNC mill G-code programming, set up, and operation experience. This extended course includes Level 1 CNC Milling, and allows the instructor more time at the CNC machine. 

✓ 5-Day Course

CNC Milling 1

This course is designed for those with basic 3-axis CNC mill G-code programming, set up, and operation experience, and little or no experience with multi-axis machining.

✓ 3-Day Course

CNC Milling 2

This course is designed for those with intermediate to advanced 3-axis CNC mill G-code programming, set up, and operation experience, and interest in multi-axis machining.

✓ 3-Day Course

Intro to CNC Turning

This course is designed for those with little or no 2-axis CNC lathe G-code programming, set up, and operation experience. This extended course includes Level 1 CNC Turning, and allows the instructor more time at the CNC machine. 

✓ 5-Day Course

CNC Turning 1

This course is designed for those with basic 2-axis CNC lathe G-code programming, set up, and operation experience, and little or no live-tooling experience.

✓ 3-Day Course

CNC Turning 2

This course is designed for those with intermediate to advanced 2-axis CNC lathe G-code programming, set up, and operation experience, and interest in integrating live-tooling.

✓ 3-Day Course

CNC Milling 1 + CNC Turning 1

This is a combined course of CNC Milling 1 and CNC Turning 1, back-to-back, for a 6-day experience. This course is designed for those with basic 2-axis CNC lathe and 3-axis CNC mill G-code programming, set up, and operation experience, and little or no experience with multi-axis machining.

✓ 6-Day Course

CNC Milling 2 + CNC Turning 2

This is a combined course of CNC Milling 2 and CNC Turning 2, back-to-back, for a 6-day experience. This course is designed for those with intermediate to advanced 2-axis CNC lathe and 3-axis CNC mill G-code programming, set up, and operation experience, and interest in multi-axis machining.

✓ 6-Day Course

Multi-Axis CNC Milling

This course is designed for those with advanced 3-axis CNC mill G-code programming, set up, and operation experience, and interest in multi-axis (4- and 5-axis) set up and operation. Successful completion of CNC Milling 2  prior to attending this course is recommended.

✓ 3-Day Course

Calendar of Courses


HTEC CNC Teacher Training is offered at four facilities in North America: De Anza College, Danville Community College, Orange Coast College, and Vincennes University. Each facility offers various classes throughout the year, with new classes added as they are scheduled, and removed in the event they are cancelled or rescheduled. Click on any class below for more information, or refer to the course descriptions above. Please refer to the contact listed within the event description for inquiries or registration.

“The goal of the course is to teach teachers what they need to know to become better teachers, and to give them the knowledge they need to confidently operate a Haas machine.”

Tim Afschrift | Emmaüs Aalter | Belgium

Course Descriptions


Intro to CNC Milling & Turning

This course is designed for those with little or no experience working with CNC machines. After passing the course, participants should be able to safely and independently operate a Haas machine, and be able to prepare the machine to produce a part. Among the subjects covered are: safe machine use, the CNC coordinate system, G- and M-codes, work and tool offsets, absolute and incremental positioning, and cutter compensation.

✓ 4-Day Course

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