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Skills Library for Metalworking and forging machine operators

Below are the identified knowledge, skills, and tools & technologies that Metalworking and forging machine operators typically use or rely on when performing their jobs.

B E G H J K N U V X Y Z
    A
  • Attention to Detail
  • AutoCAD
  • Automation
  • Automotive Industry
  • C
  • Construction
  • Customer Service
  • D
  • Drawing
  • Drilling
  • F
  • Fabrication
  • Fluent French
  • I
  • Interpersonal
  • Interpret Drawings
  • L
  • Laser Cutting
  • Leadership
  • M
  • Machining
  • Management
  • Mechanical Aptitude
  • Metal Fabrication
  • Metalworking
  • O
  • Operations
  • Operator Certification
  • Oral Communication
  • Organization
  • Overhead Crane Operation
  • P
  • Polishing
  • Problem Solving
  • Production Line
  • Q
  • Quality Control
  • R
  • Refrigerated Transport
  • Reliability
  • S
  • Safety Training
  • Shop Drawing
  • System Requirements
  • T
  • Time Management
  • Tooling
  • W
  • Welding
  • Written Communication
B E G H I J K N Q R T U V X Y Z
    A
  • Automation
  • Automotive Industry
  • C
  • Construction
  • D
  • Drawing
  • F
  • Fabrication
  • Fluent French
  • L
  • Laser Cutting
  • M
  • Machining
  • Management
  • Mechanical Aptitude
  • Metal Fabrication
  • Metalworking
  • O
  • Overhead Crane Operation
  • P
  • Production Line
  • S
  • Safety Training
  • Shop Drawing
  • System Requirements
  • W
  • Welding
B D E F G H J K M N S U V X Y Z
    A
  • Attention to Detail
  • C
  • Customer Service
  • I
  • Interpersonal
  • Interpret Drawings
  • L
  • Leadership
  • O
  • Operations
  • Operator Certification
  • Oral Communication
  • Organization
  • P
  • Polishing
  • Problem Solving
  • Q
  • Quality Control
  • R
  • Reliability
  • T
  • Time Management
  • W
  • Written Communication
B C E F G H I J K L M N O P Q S U V W X Y Z
    A
  • AutoCAD
  • D
  • Drilling
  • R
  • Refrigerated Transport
  • T
  • Tooling