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Definition: Machinists use machine tools (such as lathes, milling machines, grinders, and drill presses) to produce metal and non-metal parts. These parts are made to exact standards using precision measuring instruments to ensure tolerances and accuracy in order to meet quality guidelines.
Definition (More Info): Skills Canada � Precision Machining
Education Program: College of the North Atlantic - Machinist
First Credential: Certificate plus apprenticeship
Salary Range: PayScale (Canada) (Jun 2021): Entry Low: $16.17. Entry Median: $24.68/hr.
Salary (More Info): PayScale: Machinist
Related Specialties: Fitter, Turning Hand, Mill Hand, Grinder
Professional Associations: Office to Advance Women Apprentices; Atlantic Canada Regional Council of Carpenters, Millwrights & Allied Workers; Canadian Tooling & Machining Association; Women of Influence; Canadian Construction Women
Other Resources: International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers (IAMAW); Gov of NL: Plan of Training; Red Seal; Women Building Futures (WBF)