Our Process Technician program is designed with the needs of area manufacturing plants in mind. As a result, our graduates are in high demand.
We've established a curriculum that gives you the skills and education necessary to find success. You will learn manufacturing practices used in the production of raw materials and products that use those materials. And you'll be able to apply those practices to be solve everyday plant issues.
Your classroom experience will include working with the machines and computerized machining equipment that you'll find in area manufacturing plants. You'll also learn how to read and interpret engineering drawings and apply that information in a simple and logical manner.
Career opportunities include Process Control Technician, R&D Technician, Chemical Lab Technician, and Chemical Operator, to name a few.