Mastercam Summer Teacher Training Registration Now Open

At CNC Software, we know that continuing instructor training is essential to the success of any school’s program. This is precisely why we have been conducting our Mastercam Summer Teacher Training (STT) for almost 20 years.

Classes are held at our Educational Office in Gig Harbor, Washington, where attendees receive top-notch, training designed specifically for instructors. This unique training program allows teachers to focus on learning the latest Mastercam software while surrounded with a supportive community that truly understands the unique needs of the advanced manufacturing technology classroom.

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Beginning Projects: July 7-11, 2014
A great class for instructors who have some experience in CAD/CAM/CNC but are seeking the knowledge and confidence to add (or enhance) a project-based curriculum in their classroom.

Mastercam Fundamentals: July 14-18
This class is designed to take the complete beginner from feeling intimidated to feeling comfortable working with and teaching the tools in Mastercam.

Advanced Projects—Mold Making: July 14-18
Although mold making seems simple, it can be difficult to do well. This class will cover the varied types of molds, the essentials of good mold making, and work through multiple exercises. You must have good working knowledge of Mastercam to sign up for this class.

Mastercam for SOLIDWORKS: July 28-August 1
Use the great toolpaths available in Mastercam directly inside SOLIDWORKS. This class is designed for instructors who have some SOLIDWORKS experience and are looking to take the next step by introducing CNC machining. This class is not offered every year.

Mastercam Art: July 28-August 1
Make your class a student favorite with Mastercam Art! You will learn how to create projects with Art that will add personal appeal to students.

Teaching the Mastercam High School Curriculum Suite: August 4-8
Prepare to use the Mastercam High School Curriculum Suite in your classroom by working through its major components.

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