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Skilled to Work: Industrial Maintenance

A state-funded program at Northeast Mississippi Community College is offering students an opportunity to further their careers for free.

Posted: Jul 8, 2019 6:11 PM
Updated: Jul 9, 2019 9:19 AM

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a workforce program at a local community college is helping people enhance their career in any industry. w-t-v-a's kayla thompson continues our skilled to work series with how industrial maintenance is getting people ready for work. std." student) instructor) thompson / booneville, prentiss county) completing this course and getting a great job that i love... that is gary peak's goal in the industrial maintenance program at northeast mississippi community college... he has been taking part in the 6 to 8 month program and wants to further his career... the skill set you learn you can always find a job, and to me that's very important especially at my age. monday through friday beginning at 8 am... instructor john garner gives students hands on lessons and computer training... "we're learning problem solving and how to program plc's which are programable logic controls." plc's can be used to make things move any way you want... students get to participate in maintenance labs to learn about troubleshooting, hydraulics, electrical wiring, and along with practicing on the motor control system... standup: the motor control system is a condenced simulator of all the controls you will see in the industry... upon completion of the program...students will have credentials required to enter the workforce... "it's a quick way to get your foot in the door to get into toyota to get into caterpillar, albany industries, to get into metal impact and all these industries around here. " the best part about this program is that money is no longer an issue... "there is no cost to this program it's a state funded program, and so if you're worried about paying for it there's no need. anyone can take it and there's even assistanceprograms to help you with gas money." anyone interested in applying for the program can enroll now. gary peak is ready to finish the program and... "get out there and work hard at it." reporting in new albany, kt wtva 9 news... to apply for the program, you can go to the northeast community
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