(WAUSAU, Wis.) – As the manufacturing industry continues to grow, local businesses are teaming up to offer, Move to Manufacturing, a free training opportunity designed to quickly grow the workforce. Get the skills and knowledge that you need for employment in manufacturing with the support you need to be successful, all without having to quit your current job.

A great paying career with many advancement opportunities is within your reach by completing the Move to Manufacturing program, which is a partnership between Greenheck, Linetec, Crystal Finishing Systems, Wausau Window & Wall, and Northcentral Technical College (NTC). The number of manufacturing industry jobs in central Wisconsin is 169% above the National average, making it the top growing industry in central Wisconsin with 30,000+ current jobs in manufacturing in central Wisconsin alone.

“If you are in search of an opportunity to improve your standard of living, Move to Manufacturing is an excellent path,” said Scott Graf, Vice President of Manufacturing, Sourcing and Logistics at Greenheck. “There is absolutely no risk to you while you explore what the area’s top manufacturers have to offer.”

If you are ready to make the move to manufacturing, you can complete the training program in less than 30 days. It consists of an eight-hour online class, followed by a 20-hour skills workshop that meets at a variety of times so you can complete the class when it’s convenient for you.

Are you ready for your next career move? Make the move to manufacturing by signing up at www.movetomanufacturing.com.

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Northcentral Technical College (www.ntc.edu) is north central Wisconsin's premier two-year college of choice and is a resource for all District residents. It provides individuals, organizations and businesses with quality skills training in a wide range of programs designed to build a competitive, technologically advanced workforce in today's rapidly changing global environment. NTC has seven convenient locations and three Centers of Excellence in Antigo, Medford, Merrill, Phillips, Spencer, Wausau and Wittenberg.