Located in Santa Fe Springs, CA, NTMA Training Centers is a learning institution affiliated with the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Tooling and Machining Association. The school’s courses teach students how to set up and operate equipment such as mills, grinders, lathes, and saws. They also study safety protocols, mathematics, blueprint reading, and more.
Instructors deliver lessons through a unique blend of classroom, shop, and computer lab settings to ensure learners get hands-on experience. Additionally, those already working in machining and tooling can take classes to update skills and remain competitive in the job market.
Programs & Courses
Construction and Architecture
NTMA Santa Fe Springs Campus
12131 Telegraph Rd Santa Fe Springs, California 90670
Financial Aid Services
NTMA participates in federal loan and grant programs that can help provide educational funding. Their website contains a net price calculator to help students estimate their costs. Attendees can also use private loans or make interest-free monthly payments to the school while they study.
Listings are available of resources that may be necessary during training. NTMA Training Centers supplies learners with a reference book. This includes information about local housing, transportation, and childcare. They also offer academic advising to ensure student success. Tutoring services are available to those who need more help with their studies.
The Career Services department at NTMA Training Centers provides guidance about resume writing and interview techniques. The school also hosts job fairs on campus and begins the search process by reaching out to potential employers and scheduling interviews. Lifetime placement services are available to current students as well as alumni.
Veteran and Military Services
NTMA is a VA approved training center dedicated to supporting military members as they transition to careers in civilian life. The school helps active-duty service people, their families, and veterans access their education benefits. Applicants can get more information through the Veteran’s Administration or by contacting NTMA’s Veteran Services office.