Cleveland Solder Training

Set on the Cuyahoga River on the shores of Lake Erie, Cleveland is an important business center in the state of Ohio. The major industry in the city is manufacturing, specifically steel, but includes other manufactured goods as well.

Although manufacturing plays an important role in the economy of Cleveland, diversification has taken place over the past few decades, and numerous companies have chosen the city to base their corporate headquarters out of. These include NACCO Industries, Applied Industrial Technologies, KeyCorp and Forest City Enterprises. NASA has a research center here as well.

The field of healthcare is an important provider of employment in Cleveland. In fact, the Cleveland Clinic is the largest private employment source in the city and offers over 37,000 jobs. Numerous other health care facilities are found here, including the University Hospital of Cleveland. In recent years, city management has made a concerted effort to grow the technology sector, and has offered numerous incentives to companies in this regard.

With the steel and manufacturing industry playing such a large part in Cleveland’s economic growth, skilled workers are essential to keep companies, and the city for that matter, at the forefront of trends in these industries.

At BEST, not only are we a leader in the field of solder training, but we are able to fulfill all your Cleveland Ohio solder training needs. We do this by providing numerous courses, including IPC Master Training Certification for both instructors and operators.

Our Cleveland Ohio solder training can even take place on your premises. How? Well we bring our Mobile Training Centre to you. In fact, we are the only Cleveland, Ohio solder training institution to offer training onsite.

For any queries, please contact us to have a solder training solution specifically drawn up for your needs.

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About Bob Wettermann

Dad, business and social entrepreneur electronics rework and repair geek, cyclist, racquetball player,

Posted on December 22, 2015, in Bob's Muses and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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