Mountain Gateway Community College

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Manufacturing Industry

Industrial Engineering Technician

Advanced Manufacturing Fundamentals

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This non-traditional, short-term program offers training in specific work-related skills preparing you for employments upon completion.  Get training in technical skills, computer applications, technical math, and an introduction of principal concepts of technology related to a manufacturing environment.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic (IMM) Levels 1-4

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Wherever there are machines, there will be a need for maintenance workers to keep them running. Now more than ever, companies have a critical need for skilled and knowledgeable technicians that can run, maintain, and troubleshoot equipment and facilities. Industrial maintenance mechanics receive multi-craft training to install and maintain industrial machines and service mechanical equipment. Industrial Maintenance Mechanic (IMM) is a 4-level training program designed by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) and complies with DOL time-based standards for apprenticeship.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Instrumentation Technology Fundamentals

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To be competent and productive in advanced technology fields, get trained in the areas of electrical and electronics fundamentals, electrical machinery and controls, PLCs, hydraulics and pneumatics, computer networking, mechatronic system fundamentals, system analysis and troubleshooting techniques, and other technical applications. Further training may be focused on the integration of these technologies in the design, operation and maintenance of specific systems and subsystems, such as Instrumentation and Controls.

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Machinist

Manufacturing Technicial 1 (MT1)

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A MT1 operates precision machinery, systems and processes. Typical skills expected in these positions usually include: CAD skills, computer-controlled machine programming, precision measurement, process and machine troubleshooting, problem-solving, machine maintenance and proficient use of diagnostic and statistical tools. These positions generally describe someone who has enough broad-based knowledge about a multi-step process to successfully troubleshoot and solve problems beyond the scope of typical “machine operators.”

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Assistant

Clinical Medical Assistant Program

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If you’ve always wanted to work in a medical setting, this is your opportunity. CMA training equips you with the foundational skills needed for modern healthcare settings - front-line and back-office of clinical care; often the first healthcare professional to interact with a patient during a visit.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy Technician

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Phlebotomy Technicians perform clinical tasks in hospital laboratories, medical offices and healthcare clinics and other health practitioners. Phlebotomists collect blood specimens from clients for the purpose of laboratory analysis.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing

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Transportation Industry

Truck Driver

Commercial Driver's License (CDL) Program - Class A

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Licensed CDL drivers are in high-demand, and DSLCC is prepared to help you meet the need – getting trained and to work.

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Commercial Driver's License (CDL) Program - Class B

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Licensed CDL drivers are in high-demand, and DSLCC is prepared to help you meet the need – getting trained and to work.

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Information Technology Industry

Data Security Management

Cybersecurity and Networking Foundations

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Begin your path to a career in IT. This program starts you with basic learning computer applications and advances to a more in-depth look at Cybersecurity.

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Cybersecurity and Networking Foundations

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Begin your path to a career in IT. This program starts you with basic learning computer applications and advances to a more in-depth look at Cybersecurity.

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Cybersecurity and Networking Intermediate

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Students continue their program with intermediate applications and advance to a more in-depth look at Cybersecurity.

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Cybersecurity and Networking Intermediate

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Students continue their program with intermediate applications and advance to a more in-depth look at Cybersecurity.

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Information Systems Technology

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The Information Systems Technology degree, with a concentration in Computer and Networking, will provide you the opportunity to develop computer and networking skills. 

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Information Systems Technology

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The Information Systems Technology degree, with a concentration in Computer and Networking, will provide you the opportunity to develop computer and networking skills. 

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IT Support Specialist

Cybersecurity and Networking Foundations

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Begin your path to a career in IT. This program starts you with basic learning computer applications and advances to a more in-depth look at Cybersecurity.

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Cybersecurity and Networking Foundations

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Begin your path to a career in IT. This program starts you with basic learning computer applications and advances to a more in-depth look at Cybersecurity.

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Cybersecurity and Networking Intermediate

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Students continue their program with intermediate applications and advance to a more in-depth look at Cybersecurity.

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Cybersecurity and Networking Intermediate

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Students continue their program with intermediate applications and advance to a more in-depth look at Cybersecurity.

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Information Systems Technology

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The Information Systems Technology degree, with a concentration in Computer and Networking, will provide you the opportunity to develop computer and networking skills. 

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Information Systems Technology

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The Information Systems Technology degree, with a concentration in Computer and Networking, will provide you the opportunity to develop computer and networking skills. 

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Microcomputer Operations

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Gain entry-level skills as a service technician in the in-demand field of Information Technology (IT). The Microcomputer Operations Certificate will provide you the opportunity to develop computer and networking skills required for the following IT industry certifications:

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Cybersecurity and Networking Foundations

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Begin your path to a career in IT. This program starts you with basic learning computer applications and advances to a more in-depth look at Cybersecurity.

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Cybersecurity and Networking Intermediate

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Students continue their program with intermediate applications and advance to a more in-depth look at Cybersecurity.

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Information Systems Technology

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The Information Systems Technology degree, with a concentration in Computer and Networking, will provide you the opportunity to develop computer and networking skills. 

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Information Systems Technology

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The Information Systems Technology degree, with a concentration in Computer and Networking, will provide you the opportunity to develop computer and networking skills. 

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Networking Technologies

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This program introduces the basics of computer networking and includes courses in networking fundamentals such as routing and switching.  Local area networks (LAN) and wide area networks (WAN) are discussed.

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Systems Analyst

Information Systems Technology

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The Information Systems Technology degree, with a concentration in Computer and Networking, will provide you the opportunity to develop computer and networking skills. 

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Public Service Industry

Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Development

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Gain the foundational skills needed for early childhood development to work with children from birth through the age of eight using developmentally appropriate practices. This program is designed for entry level employment in a safe and healthy environment that is supportive of children’s individual physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development. Implement practices informed by Virginia’s Competencies for Early Childhood Professionals and the National Association for the Education of Young Children Professional Preparation Standards.

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Teacher Assistant

Education, A.A.S.

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The Education program provides you with the first two years of a four-year college or university degree, with licensure to teach. 

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Services -Basic

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Be prepared for entry level work as an Emergency Medical Technician. Serve your community through basic life support care in an EMS infrastructure like ambulance, Fire and Rescue Services, hospitals, Government Departments, Sales and Humanitarian relief organizations.

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Environmental Field Technician

Forest Management Technology, A.A.S.

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The Forest Management Technology program is designed to prepare you for employment in forestry occupations with classroom instruction and hands-on experience. This program is accredited by the Society of American Foresters (SAF). 

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Wilderness Emergency Management

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With ever changing climate conditions, the Wilderness Emergency Management Career Studies Certificate prepares you to manage emergency situations in remote locations.  Be confident in navigating all types of natural terrain, stabilizing and extracting patients, and providing pre-hospital emergency medical care in arduous environments where traditional Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers are unavailable or significantly delayed.

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Police Officer

Foundation of Criminal Justice Career Studies Certificate

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General Studies with a Specialization in Administrative Justice, A.A.S.

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The DSLCC Administration of Justice program prepares you for successful entry into the criminal justice field. If you have already served in this field, you may receive advanced standing. Law enforcement courses make up most of the program. 

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Law Enforcement

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Dabney S. Lancaster Community College is committed to meeting the need for well-trained employees in the criminal justice field. Carefully chosen content-specific courses are balanced with appropriate general education course requirements.

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Construction Industry

Welder

Fundamentals of Welding

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Certified welders are in high-demand.  Our program provides a foundation in welding, metallurgy, and blueprint reading. 

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Industrial/ Structural Welding

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Prepare for employment in industrial or structural welding with this certificate program.  Structural Welders erect, join, cut, and repair beams, girders, columns, and other structural components to form complete structures or frameworks. Industrial Welding includes both heavy fabrication (such as construction equipment, heavy equipment repair, and some plan maintenance) and light fabrication (such as sheet metal and lighter structural shapes like heat exchangers, truck beds, and hand railing).

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Pipe Welding

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Prepare for employment as a pipe welder, which includes joining and repairing tubular products and metallic pipe components as part of the construction of buildings, vessels, structures, and stand-alone pipelines in both industrial and commercial environments. Because pipes are routinely set up in fixed positions that make welding difficult, pipeline welders must be well-trained and versatile, making them one of the most highly skilled and in-demand welders.

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Welding Basics - FCAW/Flux Core Welding

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Learn Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW) and complete the American Welding Society (AWS) FCAW 3G qualification. With an emphasis on practical application, you will be introduced to flux cored semi-automatic welding processes along with the study of filler wires, fluxes, and cover gases.

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Welding Basics - GMAW/MIG Welding

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Learn the fundamentals of Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) and earn the American Welding Society (AWS) GMAW qualification for up to two positions. This welding process, known as Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding, will introduce you to industry-recognized practical methods and operation of equipment for gas shielded arc welding. Topics include safety, process variations and applications, welding position techniques, manual and semi-automatic welding and the use of shielding gases and filler rods.

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Welding Basics - GTAW/TIG Welding

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Learn Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW/TIG Welding) and earn AWS GTAW qualifications for up to two positions. This course provides a hands-on training in practical operations and equipment used in tungsten inert gas welding.

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Welding Basics - SMAW/Stick Welding

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This introductory course in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW/stick welding) covers running beads, butt, and fillet welds in all positions to prepare you to test for the AWS SMAW 3G qualification.

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HVAC Technician

Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC) Levels 1-4

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The increasing development of HVAC technology causes employers to recognize the importance of continuous education and keeping up to speed with the latest equipment and skills. Hence, technical school training or apprenticeship programs often provide an advantage and a higher qualification for employment. With this in mind, the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) provides relevant curriculum designed by highly qualified subject matter experts from the industry. This four-level program is North American Technician Excellence (NATE) recognized and presents theoretical and practical skills essential to your success as an HVAC installer or technician.

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Carpenter

NCCER Core Curriculum - Introduction to Skilled Trades

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NCCER provides instructional pathways for craft/trade education and certification, awarding nationally recognized credentials for students who learn, master and demonstrate a level of proficiency in their craft, trade, or profession. Through standardized curricula and assessments in construction and maintenance, NCCER provides nationally recognized industry credentials in more than seventy craft areas. These credentials are recorded in NCCER’s Registry System that allows organizations and companies to track and verify the qualifications of craft professionals and prospective new hires. DSLCC is an Accredited Training Sponsor for NCCER.

NCCER Core Curriculum is a prerequisite to all other Level 1 craft programs. With goals of establishing competence in the following topics, this introductory course provides the basic skills needed to continue on for certification in any NCCER craft:

Hazard awareness and avoidance in construction/industrial conditions and environments.
General construction math.
Operating and caring for common hand tools, power tools, and rigging equipment/hardware.
Referencing and interpreting typical construction blueprints and shop drawings.
Soft skills, including communication, interpersonal and teambuilding skills, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.

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Pipefitter / Steamfitter

NCCER Pipefitting Levels 1-4

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There are some who may consider pipefitting synonymous with plumbing, but these are really two very distinct trades. Plumbers install and repair the water, waste disposal, drainage and gas systems in homes and commercial and industrial buildings. Pipefitters, on the other hand, install and repair both high- and low-pressure pipe systems used in manufacturing, in the generation of electricity, and in the heating and cooling of buildings.

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Energy Industry

Wind Turbine Technician

Renewable Energy Technology Fundamentals

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Learn the principles and importance of integrating renewable energy devices and systems. The technologies are used in a variety of residential, commercial, and industrial settings.  You will study topics such as energy management, solar power, wind energy, and hybrid systems and evaluate renewable energy versus fossil fuel reliance.

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Solar Energy Technician

Renewable Energy Technology Fundamentals

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Learn the principles and importance of integrating renewable energy devices and systems. The technologies are used in a variety of residential, commercial, and industrial settings.  You will study topics such as energy management, solar power, wind energy, and hybrid systems and evaluate renewable energy versus fossil fuel reliance.

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Renewable Energy Technology Fundamentals

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Learn the principles and importance of integrating renewable energy devices and systems. The technologies are used in a variety of residential, commercial, and industrial settings.  You will study topics such as energy management, solar power, wind energy, and hybrid systems and evaluate renewable energy versus fossil fuel reliance.

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Contact Phone Number

540-863-2800

Address

1000 Dabney Drive
Clifton Forge, VA 24422-1000
United States