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Heavy Equipment Operator Training at JCJC

ELLISVILLE, MS (JONES COUNTY JUNIOR COLLEGE) – The Jones County Junior College Workforce Development Team is offering training to help applicants prepare for a new career as an entry-level Heavy Equipment Operator.  The class will meet at the JCJC Advanced Technology Center on Monday & Tuesday nights from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. with hands-on training on Saturdays at 8 a.m. 

This course will include lecture, simulator training, and hands-on skills to prepare trainees as entry-level equipment operators.   Trainees will learn heavy equipment operation from the ground up with a strong emphasis on safety.  Equipment used for training includes excavators and dozers. 

An orientation and registration meeting will be held on Monday, October 4 at 5:30 p.m. at the ATC.  Classes will begin Monday, October 11.  Training tuition is $714.00, which includes reimbursement for medical screenings.   Tuition assistance may be available through your local WIN Job Center.

Learn valuable skills that will open up new opportunities by calling JCJC for program requirements at 601-477-4186 or 477-4114 or email at regina.kitchens@jcjc.edu or shannon.wilks@jcjc.edu.

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