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EMTs and Paramedics

Advanced Paramedic, A.A.S.

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EMT-Basic and EMT-Paramedics are highly trained and skilled medical professionals who are educated to carry out some of the duties of a physician. EMT-Basics and EMT- Paramedics can examine, evaluate, and treat patients with equipment and medications usually only found in the emergency department of a hospital. EMT-Basic/EMS-Paramedics are typically utilized as emergency care practitioners on ambulances or on first-response emergency vehicles but their scope is rapidly expanding to many other areas. Some of these include industry, elementary and high schools, colleges, hospitals, and doctor’s offices. More challenging and higher paid positions include working in specialty areas such as a cruise ship medical department, off-shore oil drilling platforms, helicopter or fixed wing medical transport and hyperbaric oxygen chambers. Often the EMT-Basic or EMT-Paramedic is the sole or highest trained medical provider in these areas.

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Emergency Medical Technician Basic Certificate

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EMT-Basic and EMT-Paramedics are highly trained and skilled medical professionals who are educated to carry out some of the duties of a physician. EMT-Basics and EMT- Paramedics can examine, evaluate, and treat patients with equipment and medications usually only found in the emergency department of a hospital. EMT-Basic/EMS-Paramedics are typically utilized as emergency care practitioners on ambulances or on first-response emergency vehicles but their scope is rapidly expanding to many other areas. Some of these include industry, elementary and high schools, colleges, hospitals, and doctor’s offices. More challenging and higher paid positions include working in specialty areas such as a cruise ship medical department, off-shore oil drilling platforms, helicopter or fixed wing medical transport and hyperbaric oxygen chambers. Often the EMT-Basic or EMT-Paramedic is the sole or highest trained medical provider in these areas.

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Paramedic Certificate

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EMT-Basic and EMT-Paramedics are highly trained and skilled medical professionals who are educated to carry out some of the duties of a physician. EMT-Basics and EMT- Paramedics can examine, evaluate, and treat patients with equipment and medications usually only found in the emergency department of a hospital. EMT-Basic/EMS-Paramedics are typically utilized as emergency care practitioners on ambulances or on first-response emergency vehicles but their scope is rapidly expanding to many other areas. Some of these include industry, elementary and high schools, colleges, hospitals, and doctor’s offices. More challenging and higher paid positions include working in specialty areas such as a cruise ship medical department, off-shore oil drilling platforms, helicopter or fixed wing medical transport and hyperbaric oxygen chambers. Often the EMT-Basic or EMT-Paramedic is the sole or highest trained medical provider in these areas.

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Firefighter

Basic Firefighter Certificate

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Firefighters respond to a variety of emergency situations in which life, property, or the environment are at risk, such as residential structures and businesses. Firefighters are frequently the first emergency response team at the scene of an accident. They help protect the public against these dangers. Today, firefighters respond to medical emergencies, and their departments require them to have training in medical emergency procedures. Firefighting is dangerous and complex work, which requires the firefighters to work as teams.

Firefighters must respond immediately to emergencies, and each situation presents a unique and challenging experience. Superior officers, such as a captain or chief, guide firefighting teams to accomplish specific duties. Today, firefighters assume a wider range of responsibilities, which require the utilization of sophisticated equipment. They can expect to operate a pump, position ladders, and connect hose lines to hydrants. In many cases, the firefighters will change duties several times at an emergency scene. Ambulances, fireboats, and emergency rescue vehicles may be operated by some firefighters.

Fire stations have dining and sleeping quarters to allow the firefighters to respond to emergencies 24-hours a day. Between emergency responses, the firefighters conduct practice drills, clean and maintain equipment, participate in classroom training, conduct fire inspections, conduct demonstrations to the public, participate in fitness training, check building plans, and inspect fire escapes. Firefighting is hazardous work resulting in environments where floors suddenly cave in, walls topple, and there is exposure to gases, chemicals, and smoke. Firefighters face dangerous situations where injury and death are a risk.

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Fire Officer Certificate

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Firefighters respond to a variety of emergency situations in which life, property, or the environment are at risk, such as residential structures and businesses. Firefighters are frequently the first emergency response team at the scene of an accident. They help protect the public against these dangers. Today, firefighters respond to medical emergencies, and their departments require them to have training in medical emergency procedures. Firefighting is dangerous and complex work, which requires the firefighters to work as teams.

Firefighters must respond immediately to emergencies, and each situation presents a unique and challenging experience. Superior officers, such as a captain or chief, guide firefighting teams to accomplish specific duties. Today, firefighters assume a wider range of responsibilities, which require the utilization of sophisticated equipment. They can expect to operate a pump, position ladders, and connect hose lines to hydrants. In many cases, the firefighters will change duties several times at an emergency scene. Ambulances, fireboats, and emergency rescue vehicles may be operated by some firefighters.

Fire stations have dining and sleeping quarters to allow the firefighters to respond to emergencies 24-hours a day. Between emergency responses, the firefighters conduct practice drills, clean and maintain equipment, participate in classroom training, conduct fire inspections, conduct demonstrations to the public, participate in fitness training, check building plans, and inspect fire escapes. Firefighting is hazardous work resulting in environments where floors suddenly cave in, walls topple, and there is exposure to gases, chemicals, and smoke. Firefighters face dangerous situations where injury and death are a risk.

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Fire Officer, A.A.S.

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Firefighters respond to a variety of emergency situations in which life, property, or the environment are at risk, such as residential structures and businesses. Firefighters are frequently the first emergency response team at the scene of an accident. They help protect the public against these dangers. Today, firefighters respond to medical emergencies, and their departments require them to have training in medical emergency procedures. Firefighting is dangerous and complex work, which requires the firefighters to work as teams.

Firefighters must respond immediately to emergencies, and each situation presents a unique and challenging experience. Superior officers, such as a captain or chief, guide firefighting teams to accomplish specific duties. Today, firefighters assume a wider range of responsibilities, which require the utilization of sophisticated equipment. They can expect to operate a pump, position ladders, and connect hose lines to hydrants. In many cases, the firefighters will change duties several times at an emergency scene. Ambulances, fireboats, and emergency rescue vehicles may be operated by some firefighters.

Fire stations have dining and sleeping quarters to allow the firefighters to respond to emergencies 24-hours a day. Between emergency responses, the firefighters conduct practice drills, clean and maintain equipment, participate in classroom training, conduct fire inspections, conduct demonstrations to the public, participate in fitness training, check building plans, and inspect fire escapes. Firefighting is hazardous work resulting in environments where floors suddenly cave in, walls topple, and there is exposure to gases, chemicals, and smoke. Firefighters face dangerous situations where injury and death are a risk.

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Fire Science Protection, A.A.S.

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Firefighters respond to a variety of emergency situations in which life, property, or the environment are at risk, such as residential structures and businesses. Firefighters are frequently the first emergency response team at the scene of an accident. They help protect the public against these dangers. Today, firefighters respond to medical emergencies, and their departments require them to have training in medical emergency procedures. Firefighting is dangerous and complex work, which requires the firefighters to work as teams.

Firefighters must respond immediately to emergencies, and each situation presents a unique and challenging experience. Superior officers, such as a captain or chief, guide firefighting teams to accomplish specific duties. Today, firefighters assume a wider range of responsibilities, which require the utilization of sophisticated equipment. They can expect to operate a pump, position ladders, and connect hose lines to hydrants. In many cases, the firefighters will change duties several times at an emergency scene. Ambulances, fireboats, and emergency rescue vehicles may be operated by some firefighters.

Fire stations have dining and sleeping quarters to allow the firefighters to respond to emergencies 24-hours a day. Between emergency responses, the firefighters conduct practice drills, clean and maintain equipment, participate in classroom training, conduct fire inspections, conduct demonstrations to the public, participate in fitness training, check building plans, and inspect fire escapes. Firefighting is hazardous work resulting in environments where floors suddenly cave in, walls topple, and there is exposure to gases, chemicals, and smoke. Firefighters face dangerous situations where injury and death are a risk.

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Police Officer

Basic Peace Officer Certificate (Police Academy)

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Navarro College has a fully licensed police academy offering basic peace officer certification and in-service training for licensed law enforcement officers. The Police Academy includes 33 training units encompassing law, defensive tactics, firearms, driving, investigations, and other law enforcement topics. Upon successful completion of the program, students are eligible to take the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) licensing exam.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice Program is designed to help prepare students to enter the criminal justice field as a correctional officer or law enforcement officer. Upon successful completion of the courses shown, the student will graduate with an Associate in Applied Science Degree. Program of study is designed as a cooperative with criminal justice agency professionals to help ensure the student is ready to assume a position in the field once courses are completed.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice Corrections Certificate

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice Program is designed to help prepare students to enter the criminal justice field as a correctional officer or law enforcement officer. Upon successful completion of the courses shown, the student will graduate with an Associate in Applied Science Degree. Program of study is designed as a cooperative with criminal justice agency professionals to help ensure the student is ready to assume a position in the field once courses are completed.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice Program is designed to help prepare students to enter the criminal justice field as a correctional officer or law enforcement officer. Upon successful completion of the courses shown, the student will graduate with an Associate in Applied Science Degree. Program of study is designed as a cooperative with criminal justice agency professionals to help ensure the student is ready to assume a position in the field once courses are completed.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Studies Certificate

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Navarro College offers two programs designed to prepare individuals to perform and assist in performing duties requiring knowledge of substantive and procedural law under the direct supervision of an attorney or to perform duties for corporations and other employers that benefit from the Paralegal’s ability to gather, analyze and organize information and to understand legal issues.

The A.A.S. degrees prepares a student for immediate employment as a paralegal. These are two-year programs which allow the student to complete the basic core college requirements along with 10 paralegal courses providing the student with a knowledge of substantive and procedural law and the technical skills necessary to be a proficient paralegal. These programs also enable the student to transition seamlessly to bachelor’s degree programs at numerous 4-year institutions including Tarleton, UNT, UTA, and Texas A&M University-Commerce.

Navarro College offers a one-year certificate. This program works best for those students already employed as a Paralegal or those seeking the credential in addition to a previously earned degree.

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Paralegal Studies with Criminal Justice Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Navarro College offers two programs designed to prepare individuals to perform and assist in performing duties requiring knowledge of substantive and procedural law under the direct supervision of an attorney or to perform duties for corporations and other employers that benefit from the Paralegal’s ability to gather, analyze and organize information and to understand legal issues.

The A.A.S. degrees prepares a student for immediate employment as a paralegal. These are two-year programs which allow the student to complete the basic core college requirements along with 10 paralegal courses providing the student with a knowledge of substantive and procedural law and the technical skills necessary to be a proficient paralegal. These programs also enable the student to transition seamlessly to bachelor’s degree programs at numerous 4-year institutions including Tarleton, UNT, UTA, and Texas A&M University-Commerce.

Navarro College offers a one-year certificate. This program works best for those students already employed as a Paralegal or those seeking the credential in addition to a previously earned degree.

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Paralegal Studies, A.A.S.

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Navarro College offers two programs designed to prepare individuals to perform and assist in performing duties requiring knowledge of substantive and procedural law under the direct supervision of an attorney or to perform duties for corporations and other employers that benefit from the Paralegal’s ability to gather, analyze and organize information and to understand legal issues.

The A.A.S. degrees prepares a student for immediate employment as a paralegal. These are two-year programs which allow the student to complete the basic core college requirements along with 10 paralegal courses providing the student with a knowledge of substantive and procedural law and the technical skills necessary to be a proficient paralegal. These programs also enable the student to transition seamlessly to bachelor’s degree programs at numerous 4-year institutions including Tarleton, UNT, UTA, and Texas A&M University-Commerce.

Navarro College offers a one-year certificate. This program works best for those students already employed as a Paralegal or those seeking the credential in addition to a previously earned degree.

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Energy Industry

Automation Certificate

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The Petroleum Technology Degree will help prepare students for careers in the oil and gas industry, where they will perform the duties of lease operators, plant operators, and in activities associated with the oil and gas industry. Graduates from the program will be responsible for ensuring that oil and natural gas well-flow rate and product quality is maintained at optimal levels. They will be required to perform basic maintenance and equipment repair. They will also be responsible for safe conduct during the work performance and ensuring that all regulatory and environmental standards are strictly adhered to and appropriate records are maintained.

The A.A.S. degree program requires a total of 60 semester hours that includes technical courses from the Workforce Education Course Manual. Certificate programs require 30 to 40 semester credit hours. Students completing the program will be awarded a degree or certificate appropriated to the curriculum pursued.

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Oil and Gas Technology Certificate

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The Petroleum Technology Degree will help prepare students for careers in the oil and gas industry, where they will perform the duties of lease operators, plant operators, and in activities associated with the oil and gas industry. Graduates from the program will be responsible for ensuring that oil and natural gas well-flow rate and product quality is maintained at optimal levels. They will be required to perform basic maintenance and equipment repair. They will also be responsible for safe conduct during the work performance and ensuring that all regulatory and environmental standards are strictly adhered to and appropriate records are maintained.

The A.A.S. degree program requires a total of 60 semester hours that includes technical courses from the Workforce Education Course Manual. Certificate programs require 30 to 40 semester credit hours. Students completing the program will be awarded a degree or certificate appropriated to the curriculum pursued.

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Petroleum Technology, A.A.S.

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The Petroleum Technology Degree will help prepare students for careers in the oil and gas industry, where they will perform the duties of lease operators, plant operators, and in activities associated with the oil and gas industry. Graduates from the program will be responsible for ensuring that oil and natural gas well-flow rate and product quality is maintained at optimal levels. They will be required to perform basic maintenance and equipment repair. They will also be responsible for safe conduct during the work performance and ensuring that all regulatory and environmental standards are strictly adhered to and appropriate records are maintained.

The A.A.S. degree program requires a total of 60 semester hours that includes technical courses from the Workforce Education Course Manual. Certificate programs require 30 to 40 semester credit hours. Students completing the program will be awarded a degree or certificate appropriated to the curriculum pursued.

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Information Technology Industry

Database Administrator

Cloud Computing, A.A.S.

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This associates degree will prepare students to enter the workforce as a cloud computing manager/engineer.

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Cloud Virtualization Certificate

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Data Security Management

Cybersecurity, A.A.S.

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The Cybersecurity Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree is designed to prepare students with strong technical skills and knowledge to design, develop, implement, and maintain defensive and offensive cyber strategies. Students will have the skills to help them obtain professional certification, entry level position in the field of Cybersecurity, or continue their education by pursuing a bachelor’s degree.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Network Systems Certificate

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This one year program provides students with skills to operate and use computers in business environments. It is intended mainly to serve people who do not wish to earn an Associate's Degree, but who want to acquire skill and knowledge in computer applications.

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Network Systems, A.A.S..

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The two year Associate in Applied Science Degree program is designed for those who desire to function as a support, help desk or application support technician for computer end-users. This degree also prepares students for a variety of technical support careers including help desk and training positions. This course work emphasizes development analytical and problem solving skills in addition specific hardware configurations.

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Software Developer

Programmer/Software Developer, A.A.S.

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The two-year Associate in Applied Science Degree helps prepare students with skills to produce high quality sustainable codes through all stages of the software life cycle: project planning and estimating gathering requirement, functional specification, use case tools, design specifications, coding, testing, integrating, and maintenance. This degree prepares students for immediate employment as Computer Programmers. Applications Programmer and Programmer Analysts.

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Software Development Certificate

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This one year program provides students with skills to operate and use computers in business environment. It is intended mainly to serve people who do not wish to earn an associate's degree, but who want to acquire skills and knowledge in computer applications. Students pursuing this degree program are required to meet Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards and course prerequisites.

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Web Design Certificate

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The Web Design Certificate program is designed to prepare students with the technical skills and knowledge to design responsive web-based content including the application of animations, videos, and other media used in the creation of website.

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Web Developer Certificate

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This certificate option is designed to provide students with basic and advanced skills and knowledge in web development and design. Graduates will be qualified to work as Entry Level Programmer in a technical programming environment.

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Manufacturing Industry

Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Industrial Maintenance Technology Certificate

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The curriculum will help prepare students for immediate employment in the field of industrial maintenance. Students will learn to perform the duties of a general maintenance technician and function as a member of a multi-skilled general and shop maintenance team in a wide variety of industrial settings. Graduates will perform routine preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair on equipment and components in an industrial plant environment. Upon successful completion of the program, a Certificate of Completion in industrial equipment maintenance and repair will be awarded the student.

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Healthcare Industry

Nurse - LPN / LVN

Licensed Vocational Nursing Certificate

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The 12-month curriculum in Vocational Nursing leads to a Certificate of Completion and prepares graduates to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses. Successful completion of the examination will allow graduates to practice as a licensed vocational nurse in the State of Texas. The curriculum is approved by the Texas Board of Nursing and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

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Laboratory Technician

Medical Laboratory Technology, A.A.S.

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Navarro College offers a two-year Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) program leading to an Associate in Applied Science degree. The MLT program includes both practical and theoretical experience in hematology, clinical chemistry, microbiology, parasitology, mycology, urinalysis, immunology, and immunohematology. Clinical courses included in the program provide hands-on experience in various hospital and clinic laboratories in the surrounding area. Graduates of the program are eligible to take the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) certification exam for medical laboratory technician. Successful completion of exams allows graduates to practice as a Medical Laboratory Technician.

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Occupational Therapy Assistant

Occupational Therapy Assistant, A.A.S.

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Occupational therapy is a skilled treatment that assists people of all ages participate in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities (occupations). Occupational therapy helps people function in all of their environments and addresses the physical, psychological and cognitive aspects of their well-being through engagement in occupations. Entry level practice requires a master’s degree for occupational therapists and an associate’s degree for occupational therapy assistants.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapist Assistant, A.A.S.

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The Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) Program helps prepare students to enter the field of physical therapy through academic and clinical studies. The PTA curriculum includes both classroom education at Navarro College and clinical training in traditional and non-traditional physical therapy practice settings. Upon successful completion of academic and clinical studies, students are awarded an Associate of Applied Science Degree. Graduates are eligible to sit for the national certification exam for physical therapy assistants provided by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT) to become a Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA). Additional employment requirements, such as state licensure, vary from state to state and among countries. Each student is encouraged to determine the additional employment requirements of the state or nation in which he or she wishes to work.

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Construction Industry

Welder

Welding Technology, A.A.S.

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The Welding Technology Program prepares Navarro College students for employment in the metal and construction trades. This is a field that continues to grow and is very much in demand with a high family wage potential. Students will gain experience and competencies in all major welding, cutting and fabrication theory and processes. Students can earn a certificate or Associate of Applied Science. The Program includes classroom instruction and hands-on-training in metal trades including safety, blueprint reading, metallurgy, power sources, tools and materials, welding and layout, and fitting techniques.

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903-874-6501

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3200 W 7th Avenue
Corsicana, TX 75110
United States