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PRCC offering evening pipefitting course

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

This is a news release from Pearl River community college 

POPLARVILLE, Miss. (July 8, 2014) --- Pearl River Community College will be offering a course in industry recognized pipefitting during the fall semester.

The course will meet Monday-Thursday from 4:30 to 9:30 p.m and the cost is $300. Students who complete the course will be eligible to complete the application for a 10-hour OSHA certification, basic lift truck operator OSHA certification and NCCER certification in introductory craft skills core curriculum of Level 1 and Level 2 pipefitting.

The course will meet Monday-Thursday from 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. and the cost is $300. All payments will be accepted in the PRCC business office in Poplarville. Tuition assistance will be available for those who qualify.

Students must be 18 years old and complete the following steps in this order to reserve a seat:

Complete the CRC Certificate rating of silver or better. Free CRC testing is offered at the Woodall Center in Hattiesburg; 601 554-4646. The completion and passing of a drug screen testing will be required along with course application. Students must provide steel toed shoes, clear safety glasses, welding cap and gloves, long-sleeved snap shirt and tape measure.

 For more information contact: Cheryl Frierson at 601 403-1113 for application. WIN Job Center or Rebekah Jackson at 601 336-2291 or rejackson@prcc.edu about WIA funding.

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