TRAINING CENTER PROGRAMS
Program options include: a 30-hour certificate, a 45-hour technical certificate or a 60-hour AAS in Applied Science. In the Welding and Cutting Technologies Associate degree program, students learn proper methods of welding and cutting with multiple processes currently used in the trade. Students will also learn and apply safety procedures as per industry standards. Each student will receive an NCCR National Certification upon program completion.
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30 hour certificate | 45 hour technical certificate | 60 hour AAS in Applied Science
Summary of Program Requirements
Typical requirements for entering the field include: a sound work ethic, ability to consistently produce quality results, good decision-making and time management skills, detail oriented, highly motivated to succeed and willing to adhere to a drug-free environment.
Pearl River Community College
Poplarville Campus | Forrest County Center | Hancock Center