Industrial Manufacturing Programs

Industrial Manufacturing Programs

Manufacturing Academy

The 8-week Manufacturing Academy (MA) is a joint program of South Seattle College and the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC) designed for entry-level and re-entering professionals wanting to update and expand their skill sets in the world of diversified and advanced manufacturing.

For more information please contact John Manning, Program Manager, at 425.625.6837 or


CNC Machining

Please Note: The CNC Machining program is currently on pause and not enrolling new students at this time. For more information please email gtinfo@seattlecolleges.eduHowever, the CNC machining program through Shoreline Community College is running on a temporary basis at the Georgetown Campus. For more information about this program, contact:  Wanda Waldrop, Adv. Manufacturing, Shoreline College or 206-533-6679.

The CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Machining program combines CNC with manual machining instruction. This is an intensive program covering the basic setup and operation of machines, blueprint reading, shop mathematics, machine tool theory, inspection, surface plate techniques, and Statistical Process Control (SPC).