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Boot Camps

Two Boot Camps are currently accepting applications!


CNC #20 Boot Camp

To learn more about the CNC Boot Camp please plan to attend one of the following Classroom Expectations sessions at the Racine County Workforce Development Center (1717 Taylor Ave., Racine)​.

  • Tuesday, July 22nd 9:00am Classroom C
  • Thursday, July 31st 9:00am Classroom C
  • Thursday, August 7th 9:00am Classroom C

Please click here to download a CNC Boot Camp application.

Employer‘s are also welcome to attend one of the following sessions of “What It Really Means to be a CNC Operator” at the Racine County Workforce Development Center.

  • Thursday, July 24th 1:00pm Classroom D
  • Wednesday, August 6th 1:00pm Classroom C


Last day to pick up an application is July 25, 2014.

Completed CNC  applications are due in the Racine Resource Room no later than 5:00 pm on Friday, August 8, 2014.


Telecommunications Installer Boot Camp

Learn more by attending the upcoming Classroom Expectations Session: 

Thursday July 17th, 2014 at 1:00 pm

SC Johnson iMET Center 2320 Renaissance Blvd.
Sturtevant, WI 53177 - Room 213


Please click here to download a Telecommunications Installer application.

Completed applications are due in the Racine Resource Room no later than 5:00 pm on Friday, July 25, 2014.


Employer Info Sessions - "What It Really Means to be a Telecommunications Installer"

Wednesday, July 9th at 9:00am in Classroom C 
Wednesday, July 23rd at 9:00am in Classroom C 

All employer sessions listed above are at 1717 Taylor Ave., Racine.

The Boot Camp model has been developed to serve as an intensive training program to put people to work with the skills needed by local businesses today.

The model is an innovative, fast-paced, hands-on program which teaches the essentials of specific technical skills required to secure skilled entry-level employment in a specific trade or industry. Intensive training focuses on teaching technical and employability skills with application in a live environment. The Boot Camp is a rigorous full-time program, ranging from 8-20 weeks and includes the integration of industry credentials and college credits.

Who is the Boot Camp For?

The Boot Camp model is designed for individuals desiring employment in manufacturing, industrial trades. The program is designed for dislocated or underemployed workers.

The Workforce & Economic Development Division (WEDD) of Gateway Technical College in partnership with the Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth County Workforce Development Centers offers the Boot Camp as a fast-track opportunity to receive skills training in:

Computer Numeric Control (CNC) Machining
Telecommunications Installer

80% of manufacturers anticipate shortages of skilled production workers over the next three years according to respondents from a recent survey conducted by the Manufacturing Institute (2011)