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  • Remington College-Mobile Campus Graduates First Class from its Process Control Engineering Technology Program


    Remington College-Mobile Campus congratulates the first graduating class from the campus Process Control Engineering Technology (PCET) program.

    The PCET program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to qualify for entry-level positions as plant operators in a variety of manufacturing and processing industriesi. Students can receive their associate of applied science degree in as little as 24 months.

    The PCET program provides training in the monitoring and control of processing equipment such as pumps, compressors, heat exchangers, distillation columns, boilers and furnaces. Students also receive instruction in troubleshooting, problem solving, safety awareness and product quality testing.

    "We work closely with industrial employers in the Mobile area and know they have a real need for trained technicians," said Stephen Backman, Remington College-Mobile Campus President. "One of our students was hired in the field before he finished the programii."

    Remington-College Mobile Campus is now enrolling students for its next class start.

    In addition to PCET, Remington College-Mobile Campus also offers degree programs in Computer and Network Administration and Electronics and Computer Technology. Additionally, diploma programs are offered in Computer-Aided Design and Drafting, Medical Assisting, Medical Billing and Coding and Pharmacy Technician.

    The campus is located at 828 Downtowner Loop West in Mobile.

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    i Employment is not guaranteed for students or graduates.