2022 Average Tuition for Precision Production Trades Career Programs

Total 108 trade schools offer the Precision Production Trades programs and its sub programs. We exclude 4-year colleges, but include some community colleges offering the Precision Production Trades program. The 2022 average Precision Production Trades tuition & fees is $9,575. The average contact hour for the programs is 714 hours and the average completion time is 8.44 months when a student learns the program as a full-time.
2022 Precision Production Trades Career Programs
Tuition & Fees$9,575
Books & Supplies Cost$1,143
Length of Program714.2 Contact Hours
Completion Time8.44 Months
(33.77 Weeks)

Sub Major Programs and Concentrated area of Precision Production Trades

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A program that generally prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills in creating products using precision crafting and technical illustration
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2022 Average Tuition: $10,057
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to install springs, filling, padding, covering and finishing on items such as furniture, automobile seats, caskets, mattresses, and bedsprings
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2022 Average Tuition: $7,928
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to plan, manufacture, assemble, test, and repair parts, mechanisms, machines, and structures in which materials are cast, formed, shaped, molded, heat treated, cut, twisted, pressed, fused, stamped or worked
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2022 Average Tuition: $7,448
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to fabricate and modify metal parts in support of other manufacturing, repair or design activities, or as an independent business
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2022 Average Tuition: $10,386
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to form, shape, bend and fold extruded metals, including the creation of new products, using hand tools and machines such as cornice brakes, forming rolls, and squaring shears
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A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to join or cut metal surfaces. Includes instruction in arc welding, resistance welding, brazing and soldering, cutting, high-energy beam welding and cutting, solid state welding, ferrous and non-ferrous materials, oxidation-reduction reactions, welding metallurgy, welding processes and heat treating, structural design, safety, and applicable codes and standards
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2022 Average Tuition: $9,261
A program that prepares individuals to make and install structural, ornamental, and reinforcing metal structures and supports. Includes instruction in drafting, technical mathematics, blueprint interpretation, welding, riveting, beam placement, ornamental design, structural reinforcement, crane operation, safety, and applicable codes and standards
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A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to operate computer numerically controlled (CNC) machine tools, such as lathes, mills, precision measuring tools, and related attachments and accessories, to perform machining functions, such as cutting, drilling, shaping, and finishing products and component parts. Includes instruction in CNC terminology, setup, programming, operations, and troubleshooting; blueprint reading; machining; lathe and mill operations; technical mathematics; computer literacy; CAD/CAM systems; shop and safety practices; equipment capabilities; and regulations and laws
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2022 Average Tuition: $6,503
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to further process ferrous and/or non-ferrous metal plates or shapes, and to manufacture and/or install products as interpreted through technical drawings. Includes instruction in trade tools, shop equipment, reading and interpreting blueprints, material handling, welding, thermal cutting, metallurgy, template pattern development, plate and structural fabrication, destructive and non-destructive testing, inspection, shipment preparation and fabrication installation
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2022 Average Tuition: $16,162
Any instructional program in Precision Metal Working which is not categorized in sub area
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A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to set up, operate and repair industrial woodworking machinery, and to use such machinery to design and fabricate wooden components and complete articles
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Average Income after Completing Precision Production Trades Program

The annual average wage after completing Precision Production Trades is $55,553 and hourly $26.71. This statistics is based on the employment and wage data (May 2019) from Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Next table shows the possible occupation and job list with average income having Precision Production Trades degree/certificate.
Average Income after completing Precision Production Trades Program
Occupation/Job TitleHourly WageAnnul Wage
Boilermakers$31.27$65,040
Patternmakers, Wood$30.53$63,490
Computer Numerically Controlled Tool Programmers$28.72$59,730
Model Makers, Metal and Plastic$27.61$57,420
Model Makers, Wood$27.56$57,320
Tool and Die Makers$26.43$54,980
Sheet Metal Workers$26.19$54,480
Layout Workers, Metal and Plastic$23.51$48,900
Patternmakers, Metal and Plastic$23.1$48,050
Machinists$22.17$46,120

Career Colleges Offering Precision Production Trades Vocational Program

Seward, AK
$4,572 Tuition & Fees185 Students$2,911 Financial Aid10 Programs12 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Glendale, AZ
$20,663 Tuition & Fees368 Students$4,193 Financial Aid4 Programs10 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Springdale, AR
$4,450 Tuition & Fees186 Students$2,323 Financial Aid9 Programs6 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
San Diego, CA
$14,500 Tuition & Fees197 Students$5,298 Financial Aid3 Programs22 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
El Centro, CA
$14,500 Tuition & Fees144 Students$13,722 Financial Aid5 Programs14 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Colton, CA
$14,500 Tuition & Fees135 Students$6,317 Financial Aid6 Programs17 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Watsonville, CA
$11,486 Tuition & Fees116 Students$12,252 Financial Aid5 Programs23 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Starke, FL
$6,904 Tuition & Fees131 Students$5,446 Financial Aid13 Programs6 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Eustis, FL
$3,436 Tuition & Fees723 Students$3,173 Financial Aid30 Programs17 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Tallahassee, FL
$3,640 Tuition & Fees1,169 Students$3,712 Financial Aid40 Programs20 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Lakeland, FL
$10,400 Tuition & Fees450 Students$6,581 Financial Aid27 Programs7 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Clearwater, FL
$5,041 Tuition & Fees663 Students$3,027 Financial Aid27 Programs8 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Winter Haven, FL
$10,398 Tuition & Fees365 Students$4,913 Financial Aid26 Programs15 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Saint Augustine, FL
$6,581 Tuition & Fees360 Students$5,247 Financial Aid24 Programs9 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Perry, FL
$4,652 Tuition & Fees203 Students$3,626 Financial Aid16 Programs15 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Panama City, FL
$4,280 Tuition & Fees283 Students$5,430 Financial Aid17 Programs15 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Topeka, KS
$8,323 Tuition & Fees1,107 Students$2,399 Financial Aid34 Programs14 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Baltimore, MD
$18,064 Tuition & Fees627 Students$6,265 Financial Aid7 Programs15 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
South Easton, MA
$11,125 Tuition & Fees120 Students$1,812 Financial Aid10 Programs6 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio
Plainwell, MI
$11,356 Tuition & Fees108 Students$6,077 Financial Aid13 Programs5 to 1 Students to Faculty Ratio