iMet Center

The iMet Center is shown here in February 2013.

SCOTT ANDERSON, Journal Times file photo

RACINE — In partnership with the Southeast Wisconsin Workforce Development Board, Gateway Technical College is offering programs in Computer Numerical Control Machine (CNC) operation and Telecom/Cabling installation.

Through the support of Gateway Technical College and SC Johnson, boot camp training is available at no cost. The 12- to 14-week program provides hands-on training and takes place five days a week at Gateway’s SC Johnson integrated Manufacturing and Engineering Technology (iMET) Center in Sturtevant.

Graduates receive a Certificate of Completion, college credits, job placement assistance and preparation for careers in manufacturing, where wages range from an entry level rate of $13 per hour to an experienced rate of $20 per hour or more.The training programs are open to Racine, Kenosha and Walworth County residents who are at least 18 years of age. Call Todd Nienhaus at 262-638-6541 to participate in an upcoming information session.

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