FANUC CNC Certified Training
FANUC offers a world-class CNC curriculum based on the needs of the machining industry, in line with the Key Concepts teaching approach. This approach explains both how tasks are completed using a FANUC CNC and the reasoning behind the processes. Each lesson builds on the previous lesson and uses a logical “show-me” tutorial method of instruction. Upon completion of the course, students will understand how to get a machine set up and into production.
The curriculum includes two courses, one course focuses on machining centers (mills) and the other on turning centers (lathes). Each course covers ten key concepts; six on programming and four on set up and operation. If a student can understand these ten basic principles, they are well on their way to becoming a proficient CNC user. Courses are available online or in a traditional classroom setting. The content is the same regardless of the delivery method with presentations, reading materials, exercises, tests and final evaluations. Students have access to projects and labs – which can be carried out using the FANUC CNC Simulator or NCGuide (FANUC CNC software running on a PC) – before transferring the programs to a certification cart or another FANUC-controlled machine to cut metal.
Course instructors in certified programs must meet the education training standards established by FANUC. To become certified, instructors must participate in FANUC training on programming and operation of the latest FANUC equipment.
Fanuc website link: https://www.fanucamerica.com/CERT/cert-cnc-education