In Grade 12, students receive instruction and demonstrate skills in more advanced areas of Precision Machining Technology, such as layout and turning irregular shapes, turning eccentric, lap and honing, complex CNC programming, cutter sharpening, specialized vertical mill attachments. They will continue to perform school drafting and manufacturing projects for customers. They will demonstrate the ability to complete a job application, interview and have entry-level job readiness and trade skills. Students reaching an acceptable level of proficiency may be eligible for Work-based Learning (WBL). Each student will take the National Occupational Competency Testing Institute exam, a performance-based test.