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Tool & Die Trade Schools

Tool and die programs can take less than 2 years at most trade schools. These programs will prepare you to work in manufacturing doing essential work that includes working with metal. They will design, build, and maintain tools and metal forms in industries like automotive or aviation.

Students can expect to learn:

  • Metallurgy
  • Inspection Procedures
  • Machining & Grinding
  • Metal Cutting
  • How to use a lathe, CNC machine and more

Math skills are needed for this career!

Find A Tool & Die Making School Near You

All of these schools offer programs that focus on providing students with theoretical knowledge as well as hands-on training in areas such as machine operations and industrial safety.

This list is long, so be sure to use the state filter to help you find a tool and die school near you!

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Bevill State Community College - Estimated Cost: $7,439

Alabama
Address: 1411 Indiana Avenue, Jasper, Alabama 35501
Website: www.bscc.edu/


School Details

Enrollment: 3703
Campus Setting: Town: Distant
Housing: Yes
Graduation Rate: 36%
Job Placement: Yes

Programs offered:

Medical & Nursing, HVAC, Electrical, Tool & Die, Commercial Driver, Automotive, Welding

       

Bishop State Community College - Estimated Cost: $3,418

Alabama
Address: 351 North Broad Street, Mobile, Alabama 36603-5898
Website: www.bishop.edu/


School Details

Enrollment: 2968
Campus Setting: City: Midsize
Housing: No
Graduation Rate: 22%
Job Placement: Yes

Programs offered:

Medical & Nursing, Welding, Commercial Driver, Tool & Die, Electrical, Diesel, Culinary, Cosmetology, Barber, HVAC, Automotive, Aviation

       

John C Calhoun State Community College - Estimated Cost: $6,308

Alabama
Address: 6250 U S Highway 31 N, Tanner, Alabama 35671
Website: calhoun.edu/


School Details

Enrollment: 8163
Campus Setting: Rural: Fringe
Housing: No
Graduation Rate: 36%
Job Placement: Yes

Programs offered:

Medical & Nursing, Automotive, HVAC, Electrical, Tool & Die, Aviation, Welding

       

Black River Technical College - Estimated Cost: $6,480

Arkansas
Address: 1410 Hwy 304 East, Pocahontas, Arkansas 72455


School Details

Enrollment: 1566
Campus Setting: Rural: Fringe
Housing: No
Graduation Rate: 34%

Programs offered:

Welding, Tool & Die, Medical & Nursing, Firefighter, Agriculture, Automotive

       

North Georgia Technical College - Estimated Cost: $5,401

Georgia
Address: 1500 Georgia Hwy 197 N, Clarkesville, Georgia 30523
Website: northgatech.edu/

       

North Georgia Technical College - Estimated Cost: $5,401.00

Georgia
Address: 1500 Georgia Hwy 197 N, Clarkesville, Georgia 30523
Website: northgatech.edu/

       

Lakeshore Technical College - Estimated Cost: $10,474.00

Wisconsin
Address: 1290 North Avenue, Cleveland, Wisconsin 53015-1414
Website: gotoltc.edu/

       

Milwaukee Area Technical College - Estimated Cost: $8,369.00

Wisconsin
       

Western Technical College - Estimated Cost: $10,217.00

Wisconsin
Address: 400 Seventh St. North, La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601

               

Moraine Park Technical College - Estimated Cost: $9,373.00

Wisconsin
Address: 235 N National Avenue, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54936-1940

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Disclaimer: Blue Collar Brain makes no recommendation or endorsement of any of the schools listed. All schools listed are from research we have done using a variety of sources. No verification of accreditation or school reviews have been done. We recommend you do your due diligence before enrolling in any of the schools listed.