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    Complete newbie

    Hello, I'm seriously considering taking the CNC Machinist course at Kaplan University in Arlington, Tx through the VA's vocational rehab, and was wondering if it's a viable way to break into the industry. I have no prior machinist experience so I'm not sure if the course they offer will adequately prepare me for a entry level position once I've graduated. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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    Re: Complete newbie

    Bro, you can learn any profession. As they say: you can teach a bear to ride a Bicycle . Question in other. What are the prospects for this profession? Choose a profession and study that will be in demand in the future. And listen to your heart, choose what you like.
    Last edited by Lydon_Pit; 07-06-2020 at 02:10 PM.

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    Re: Complete newbie

    Always listen to your heart. And then study and work hard.

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