GCC welding program offers virtual training

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Clyde Miller, GCC Welding Instructor, is pictured with the new welding simulator.

Gila Community College (GCC) welding instructor, Clyde Miller, took delivery of GCC’s new welding simulator on Wednesday, June 25. The simulator was made possible through a grant from Freeport-McMoRan, Inc.

The welding simulator is used to provide training for various types of welding and fabrication. GCC provides training in the field of welding for high school students through the Cobre Valley Institute of Technology (CVIT) and for adult learners.

Call and make an appointment with a Gila Community College adviser and see how you can start training for a career in industry. Contact Gila Community College at 425-8481.

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