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Ivy Tech Students Receive Machine Skills Certification

Ivy Tech Community College was the site today for six individuals to receive a certification that will make them more work ready. The Computer Numeric Control Operator program is a 225 hour course that teaches students machine skills. It also offers the opportunity for individuals to become National Institute of Metalworking Skills certified.
Ivy Tech Community College was the site today for six individuals to receive a certification that will make them more work ready.
The Computer Numeric Control Operator program is a 225 hour course that teaches students machine skills.
It also offers the opportunity for individuals to become National Institute of Metalworking Skills certified.
J.R Strole is a West Vigo grad who enjoyed the twelve week experience and would encourage those who are interested to sign up.

J.R Strole- NIMS Certified
"Working with Tina at Work One, she's the one that told me about this program, and how high the demand is in this area. To be able to go into the workforce, with a good paying job is excellent."

The next training program is scheduled for January 13, for more information, contact Ivy Tech Corporate College at 812-298-2511.
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