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Process Technology Offered At SCCC/ATS
12/28/2012

New classes begin in January for the new Process Technology program at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School, Liberal.
Train as a process technician in ethanol, biodiesel, food processing and other related industries. Learn to extract and refine resource, such as oil and natural gas, refine chemicals and monitor the process that makes it happen.
Classes include Intro to Process Technology; Process Technology Equipment; Safety, Health and Environment; Process Instrumentation, Process Troubleshooting, Physical Science, Astronomy, Environmental Science, Geology.
Students can earn a one-year certificate or a two-year Associate in Applied Science degree.
Graduates who successfully complete the program can work anywhere that requires a chemical treatment or process, such as energy processing and power generation, food and beverage processing, waste- or water-treatment plants or pharmaceutical manufacturing.
For information, contact Harold Fick, Process Technology specialist, 620-417-1690.

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