Welders Helper Training

Press Release

Posted: December 12, 2012

LCCC AND SHALENET PRESENT WELDER’S HELPER TRAINING

A short-term Welder’s Helper training course is available through ShaleNet and Lorain County Community College.

The two-week course quickly prepares students for entry-level positions in the natural gas industry. Students will learn:

  • Natural Gas Employability Skills
  • Basic First Aid and CPR
  • Defensive Driving
  • Natural Gas 101
  • Ariel Work Platform, Rough Terrain Forklift, Basic Fitting, Downhill
  • Fall Protection and Spill Prevention
  • Reporting

Students must be able to work long hours, perform physically strenuous and repetitive tasks, demonstrate safety awareness in a drug-free industry, have an excellent attendance record, and be able to work in extreme environmental conditions and temperatures.

Those interested should take the talent match quiz at http://www.shalenet.org/ and then call the Employment NetWork at (440) 284-4296. Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

To learn more, visit http://www.shalenet.org/.

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