Manufacturing Apprenticeship

It is predicted that by 2025, there will be a skilled labor gap leaving nearly 2 million jobs vacant across the manufacturing sector. The gap has been increasing as baby boomers retire and the prevalent choice of high schoolers to pursue a college degree. To counteract the gap of skilled laborers, Avanti Engineering is committed to training the next generation of manufacturers. 

Do you have a future in Manufacturing?

Starting out in a new field can be a challenge when many entry level positions still require some experience within the industry. One of the best ways to learn a trade and start your career in manufacturing is through an apprenticeship.  Apprentice programs offer hands on training through job shadowing and mentorship. The ideal candidate for a manufacturing apprenticeship should have:

  • a genuine interest in Manufacturing
  • foundational problem-solving skills
  • manual dexterity for machine shop tasks
  • prioritization skills for daily responsibilities
  • essential communication skills 
  • a passion for continuous learning

If you aspire to have a career in manufacturing, an apprenticeship at Avanti Engineering allows you to earn a wage while you learn the necessary skills.  Avanti Engineering is accepting applications for the following apprenticeships.  Apply Today!

Apprentice 1

Responsibilities:

  • Remove chips
  • Maintain coolant, grease and lubricating oils
  • Keep machine and designated work areas clean
  • Stock mahcine with raw material
  • Learn to read and understand blueprints
  • Lean to properly inspect parts
  • Practice safety

Apprentice 2

Responsibilities:

  • Remove chips
  • Maintain coolant, grease and lubricating oils
  • Keep machine and designated work areas clean
  • Stock mahcine with raw material
  • Learn to read and understand blueprints
  • Lean to properly inspect parts
  • Practice safety
  • Learn to make minor adjustments on machine
  • Memorize all "M" and "G" codes (CNC only)

Apprentice 3

Responsibilities:

  • Remove chips
  • Maintain coolant, grease and lubricating oils
  • Keep machine and designated work areas clean
  • Stock mahcine with raw material
  • Learn to read and understand blueprints
  • Lean to properly inspect parts
  • Practice safety
  • Make adjustments on machines
  • Learn to grind tools and/or drills
  • Learn fundamentals of top rake angles, tool hooks, side clearance and back clearance for different materials
  • Lean how to use S.P.C.

 

Apply for a Manufacturing Apprenticeship here.

Manufacturing Training

Machining Capabilities
Automatic Bar Machining – capacity for parts from 1/16" to 2 5/8”
CNC Turning – CNC multi-axis machining centers for superior speed & flexibility
Custom Machining - expert machined components delivered on time
Multi Spindle Machining - Davenport, Euro turn, New Britain & Acme Gridley
Screw Machine Products – precision components from a broad variety of materials & Equipment
Swiss Machining – micro-parts to 1-1/4 round diameter providing speed, high capability including precision tolerances and specialized finishes
High Volume Machining – Specialized in machined parts exceeding 1,000 pieces up to millions of pieces for optimum efficiency
CNC Milling - Machining from bar stock, plate or block metal using up to 3 axis of motion
5 axis (11 axis) Machining – Multi Axis Multi spindle technology for completing complex parts efficiently in one operation. C=0 sampling plan & equipment versatility provide one stop shop capability for a variety of applications.
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