With the skills learned in this basic welding program, you will be ready to start your career in a matter of months. You will learn safe working practices, become familiar with welding equipment, use basic measuring tools, read manufacturing-part blueprints and identify standard welding symbols. You will also get hands-on lab experience with gas metal arc welding (MIG) and welding in various positions on steel and aluminum. This program is designed to prepare workers for high-demand welding jobs.
Information about the program and tuition assistance opportunities will be presented at an Information Session held at the NICC Cresco Center Wednesday, Sept. 18 at 5:30 pm. Register now at www.nicc.edu/cpcinfosession to attend the free event. To begin your tuition assistance application now, please contact Success Coach Josh Shimak at 563.562.3263 ext. 307, firstname.lastname@example.org.