New short-term credentials in the electro-mechanical field!
Students can now gain hands-on skills and knowledge for an electro-mech career in bite-sized chunks. NWTC is offering short certificates (just two to six credits each) in specific areas such as PLCs, automation, motors and drives, and more.
These new certificates are perfect for current professionals who are looking to advance their skills, bachelor’s degree graduates who need hands-on experience, and recent high school graduates interested in trying a quick approach to advanced credentials or college.
Check out nwtc.edu/ElectroCerts for more information on how you can get started.