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Aims Fort Lupton Campus Offering CNA and Welding at Night this Fall

GREELEY, CO – May 4, 2018 – The Aims Community College Fort Lupton campus will be offering the Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) certificate once again as well as expanding the Welding program to evening classes this fall semester.

The Aims Community College Fort Lupton campus is offering a section of the Nurse Aide program this fall semester. Students will attend class on campus from September 27 through November 1 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., in addition to online homework. This is followed by a three-day clinical in Brighton from November 2 through November 4.

Orientation to register for this section will be held on August 20 at 5 p.m. in Prairie Building room 209 at the Fort Lupton campus. For more information, please contact Kendra Merriott at (970) 339-6218.

The Welding program is also expanding their program to offer evening classes in Fort Lupton. Students can earn their Welding degree or certificate by attending night class at our Fort Lupton campus. Classes will be held Monday through Thursday from 6 to 9:45 p.m. Classes are also offered during the day in Fort Lupton, Monday through Thursday from 8:10 to 11:55 a.m. Evening classes in Welding are also available in Greeley. For more information visit www.aims.edu/academics/welding/evening.

“I’m excited that we’ll be able to offer these programs to our students in Fort Lupton,” said Julie Luekenga, executive director of the Fort Lupton campus. “This will give us the opportunity to serve those students who may have other commitments during the day or may not be able to commute to the Greeley campus to take classes.”

Registration is open now for the Fall semester. Visit www.aims.edu/schedule to sign up.

About Aims Community College Fort Lupton Campus
The Aims Fort Lupton campus is a full-service location that features the Agricultural Sciences and Technology and Welding Technology programs, as well as the Nurse Aide certificate program. Students can fine-tune their professional skills, take general education classes before transferring to a four-year university, or earn a certificate to enter the job market right away. For more information about the campus, please visit www.aims.edu/campus/ftlupton.

About the Aims Nurse Aide Certificate Program
The Aims Nurse Aide Certificate program is intended for the individual who wants to work as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in long-term or acute care. Students will learn the skills needed for a career as a state-certified nursing assistant in hospitals, home-health care and nursing home and residential care. For more information visit www.aims.edu/academics/health/nurse-aide.

About the Aims Welding Technology Program
The Aims Welding Technology program provides students with the skills necessary for a successful career in welding. It covers the most common welding and cutting processes in detail, as well as many other skills required of welders like fabrication, metallurgy and more. Find out more at www.aims.edu/academics/welding.