Advanced Manufacturing

Mastering Precision in a World of Innovation

A student examines a metal part while another looks on, with a CNC lathe behind them.
Shape the future as you wield lathes, mills, and saws to craft metal into incredible parts. Get hands-on with computers and high-tech software to design and build your projects. Have an expert eye for safety and quality. Set your sights on in-demand careers.

What You Can Learn

Units of Study

  • Orientation
  • OSHA
  • Safety
  • Power Saws
  • Manual Machining Mill/Lathe
  • Computer Numerically
  • Controlled (CNC)
  • Computer Aided Design (CAD)
  • Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) 
  • Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T)

What You Can Earn

Available High School Academic Credits

At district request, students may earn:
  • English
Licensing / Industry-Based Certifications
Students have opportunities to earn:
  • OSHA 10 Construction
Work-Based Learning
Organizations that support this program:
  • SPX Flow
  • Micro Inc.
  • Boss Precision
  • Brinkman
  • Machine Tool Research
  • Kodak
  • Acro
  • Alliance Precision Plastics

Where You Can Go

Career Opportunities
Minimal Requirement Beyond CTE
  • CNC Operator
  • Mill Operator
  • Lathe Operator
Additional Education and/or Experience
  • Programmer
  • Engineer
  • Manufacturing Manager
Postsecondary Pathways
Dual Enrollment
  • Monroe Community College
    • Machine Theory I (TAM101)
    • Mathematics for Machinists (TAM121)
    • Machine Shop Print Reading I (TAM131)
    • Machine Shop Laboratory (TAM141)
Articulation Agreements 
  • SUNY Canton
  • Alfred State


Adam Staskiewicz
Adam Staskiewicz holds an associate's degree in precision machining. He has certification as a toolmaker in New York state. Previous to teaching, he worked as an apprentice, a toolmaker, and a tool room supervisor. 

Program Videos

Intro Video
Presentation Hosted by CTE Students

Getting Started

Meet with your school counselor to discuss how BOCES 2 Career and Technical Education can benefit your career development. Your counselor can help you begin the enrollment process.