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Register for welding in Hancock County

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The following is a news release from Pearl River Community College

 Pearl River Community College will offer a night welding course at the Hancock Center in Waveland during the spring semester.
  The class will meet from 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, Jan. 11 through May 9, at the Hancock Center welding shop, 454 Highway 90 in Waveland.
  The course offers an industry recognized certificate in welding, including applications for 10-hour OSHA certification and NCCER certification in introductory craft skills and Level I welding modules. The modules include welding safety, oxyfuel cutting, SMAW equipment and set up, SMAW electrode, SMAW beads and fillet welds and SMAW groove welds with backing.
  Cost is $250 with $50 due with the application and the remaining $200 on the first day of class. Applications can be obtained by contacting Raymond Jarrell beginning Jan. 4 at 228 252-7011.
  Students must be 18 years old when class starts and must provide a number 10 welding shield, welding gloves and hat, steel-toed shoes, safety glasses, ear plugs and long-sleeved shirt.
  Tuition assistance is available through the WIN Job Center. For more information about tuition assistance, contact Brad Necaise beginning Jan. 4 at 601 569-1910 or blnecaise@prcc.edu.
  PRCC’s Hancock Center will be closed for the Christmas-New Year’s holiday until Jan. 4.

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