Online Certificate

Apprentice Tool Maker

This program was developed with input from industry partners to ensure that aerospace tool makers attain mastery in the art of creating aerospace tooling.

This Program Is a Great Fit For

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Working Adults

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Aspiring Advanced Manufacturing Professionals

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Recent high school graduates

About the Apprentice Tool Maker Certificate

Course length

10 weeks

Weekly time commitment

20 hours

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Apprentice tool makers analyze specifications, lay out metal stock, set up and operate machine tools, and fit and assemble parts to make and repair dies, cutting tools, jigs, fixtures, and gauges. Students considering this program should work with an Employer Partner to secure an apprenticeship prior to enrolling.

Regional Data (North Carolina)

Tool and Die Makers in the state of North Carolina can earn an average salary of $55,550 per year.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics


Career Paths 


Aerospace Toolmaker


Tool and Die Maker


Precision Machinist


CNC Machinist


Aerospace Manufacturing Technician

How Much Does a Apprentice Tool Maker Certificate Cost?

We believe everyone should have access to higher education. With the option to pay in full, break down payments or utilize government grant funding, we help expand that access. Speak with an enrollment advisor to see what payment option you may qualify for.

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Payment begins 30 days after your course start date.

*This advertised payment is for qualified applicants who choose the 18-month financing option. Other payment options available. Minimum deposit of $200 required to enroll.