Precision Machining

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE IN EARLY FEBRUARY AND MUST BE SUBMITTED TO WARREN TECH! If you are an adult who is interested in the Warren Tech Precision Machining Program, start the application process early. The Warren Tech application process requires admission to Red Rocks Community College and a placement test score. Students who have a college degree, a recent ACT/SAT score, or a recent CCPT or Accuplacer score could be exempted from placement testing. This program has a Fall start only. 

Precision Machining classes at Red Rocks Community College (RRCC) are taught in collaboration with Warren Tech High School. This is a year-long program, beginning each August and ending in May. There are two enrollment options: Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. or Monday through Thursday from 12:00 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Classes follow the WarrenTech/Jeffco Public Schools calendar.

Anyone who has graduated from high school, received a GED, or is age 21 or older may attend Warren Tech by enrolling through Red Rocks Community College and paying RRCC tuition. Adults attend Warren Tech on a space-available basis.  For more information, contact Kristin Uhland at or 303.914.6543. Learn more about admission steps here.

Precision Machining at Red Rocks Community College

The Precision Machining program at Red Rocks Community College offers multiple pathways that guide students toward their professional and academic goals. If you want to work in the advanced manufacturing industry, the program offers continuing education courses, certificate pathways, and an associate of applied science degree that can be transferred to a 4 year degree program. TAACCCT grants funded through the U.S. Department of Labor were used for the development, redesign and adaptation of all machining courses leading to the A.A.S. degree and certificates.

What can I do with a degree in precision machining and/or a certificate?

  • Tool-and-Die Maker
  • Instrument Maker
  • Experimental Machinist
  • Precision Machinist
  • Model and Mold Maker
  • Electric Motor/Generator Assembler
  • Aircraft Power Plant Assembler
  • Quality and Assurance Inspector
  • Production and Operations Manager
  • Production Planning Analyst
  • Process Design Specialist

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Advanced Manufacturing Careers in Colorado

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