NIC’s Workforce Training Center offers many types of technical and industrial training for businesses and individuals including welding, safety, transportation, manufacturing, boiler operations, electrical and more. Learn something new, brush up existing skills, or earn continuing education credits to maintain your professional license.
Trades and Industry Classes
This eight-week course will provide a comprehensive overview of the safe and efficient operation of high-pressure boilers and related equipment. You will learn the latest combustion control technology as well as EPA regulations and their implications.
Earn your Class A CDL through the NIC Workforce Training Center. In just a few short weeks, you could be earning an excellent living as a Class A commercial vehicle operator. Our Class A CDL training is meant for the driver interested in gaining relevant skills for both local and interstate driving. Training is comprehension-based: we train you to be an excellent driver, not just to pass the test.
You’ll learn from seasoned driving instructors in a small-group environment of no more than three students at a time. We provide you with up to three weeks of full-time skills training to ensure you get the learning time you need to succeed.
The Construction Apprenticeship covers content such as safety, blue-print reading, building materials, tools, wall systems, framing, stair layout, roofing, exterior finishing, drywall, cabinet installation and more. It is a four-year program that requires 160 hours of Related Technical Instruction annually and 6,000-8,000 hours of on-the-job learning.
Our Electrician Continuing Education courses have been approved in Idaho for journeyman continuing education credit and are also approved in Montana, North Dakota, Washington and Wyoming.
Journeyman continuing education courses do not qualify for Washington electrical trainee continuing education requirements.
The Mine Safety Training Program at North Idaho College provides effective and quality safety training to miners, operators, and contractors throughout the State of Idaho and the surrounding region. Our Training Program adds emphasis to topics related to mine fatalities and injuries and is tailored to serve the region's diverse mining community.
All classes meet the U.S. Department of Labor Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) requirements.
A programmable logic controller (PLC) is a digital computer used for the automation of electromechanical processes. The PLC is a vital element in modern industry and is used to monitor and control production processes and building systems. The PLC is also commonly used in civil applications such as controlling traffic signals and elevators.
The PLC 1-4 Series at NIC Workforce Training Center is designed to help maintenance personnel diagnose and repair faults in PLC-controlled production equipment. The PLC 1-4 Series is offered annually and is a hybrid of online study with 4-5 lab sessions per class. All courses are eligible for Electrical CEUs and Idaho SkillStack® Badges.
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Our classes will prepare individuals and industry professionals for health and safety issues that arise at work, at home, or in the field. We offer industry-recognized certifications with live, online, and custom delivery options: Flagger Certification, Forklift Operator Certification, Scissor Lift Certification, and First Aid-CPR-AED Certification.
Learn the fundamentals of metalworking and proper techniques while gaining hands-on opportunities to hone your skills to help you succeed and advance your welding career.
Whether you are interested in earning your license in log scaling or in learning the fundamentals of wood and how to dry it, we have the courses for you.