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Hurco North America launches apprenticeship program

(photo courtesy of Hurco North America)

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) – Indianapolis-based Hurco North America is launching a new apprenticeship program. The company says the Field Service Apprenticeship is a two-year program that starts with a 12-week industry training that merges hands-on training and repair of CNC machines with classroom materials.

The program will take place at Hurco’s headquarters in Indianapolis.

“We are fortunate to have a tenured service and support team at Hurco,” said Cory Miller, general manager of Hurco North America. “The knowledge they have amassed is extremely valuable and the FSA program will allow them to transfer that knowledge to the next generation of service engineers with intensive training about the machine tool industry, how they are built, the technology that powers our CNC machines, how to diagnose issues, and service machines.”

Hurco says candidates with a degree or working toward one as well as candidates who are mechanically inclined with no industry or engineering experience are invited to apply.

“If you have a strong work ethic, like to learn how things work, like hands-on training, and want a career instead of a job, this apprenticeship is for you,” said Mark Gilmore, service manager for Hurco North America.

You can connect to more information or apply by clicking here.