Contextualized education that prepares you for a high paying job in the energy, pharmaceutical, and water treatment sectors.
SBCC's Energy Pathway Program (EPP) has started recruiting for its next Process Technology Techician program which officially begins in January 2015. Veterans, women and local residents are strongly advised to apply and will be given priority placement if qualified.
SBCC partners with Cerritos College and industry partners, such as Phillips 66, ExxonMobil, Grifols, United Steelworkers Union, local sanitation districts and water treatment plants, and LA County Supervisor Don Knabe to provide a one year training program and an 18 unit Certificate of Completion at Cerritos College that prepares individuals for careers in process technology. All coursework is aligned with an ongoing AS-to-BS degree sequence in engineering for students interested in pursuing further education.
If you are interested, please fill out the online interest form below. Notifications regarding information sessions and assessment dates will be sent out via email once we have received your interest form. If you have any questions email Evan Oliver at email@example.com.
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