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Process Technology

In collaboration with the Westerly Education Center, Real Jobs Rhode Island and RI Department of Labor and Training, CCRI is offering a 10-week, 300-hour training in Process Technology. Tuition is free and funded through Real Jobs Rhode Island.

This bootcamp-style training will rapidly educate students in several of the disciplines used in process technology. The training will familiarize individuals in chemical processing and government regulations; safety and workplace responsibilities; physical properties and determinations; chemical calculations; handling chemicals; pressure and vacuum; sampling; fluid mechanics and plumbing; computer control and monitoring systems; standard operating procedures; basic electricity; process operations; and soft skills. This job skills training program will combine classroom and hands-on instruction with instrumentation and software. No experience is necessary and a GED or high school diploma is required. Industries needing process technologists include health science, pharmaceutical, materials testing, medical research, brewing, consumer product and food manufacturing.

Interviews for seats in the first class are underway. Students interested in this career path training with preferred hiring status should contact Skills for Rhode Island's Future at 401.680.5960. The course will begin on October 15, 2019.

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No charge! This program is free for all that qualify and are accepted.

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10 weeks full time, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m..

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