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Learn basic computer skills with class at PCC

Learn to use Microsoft programs, how to develop a resume, and more about using the computer for your job search in this Basic Computer Skills training at PCC. Call (336) 322-2156 to save your seat!
Elizabeth Townsend published Thursday, August 17, 2017

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Certification leads to new job for PCC student David Shaw

Shaw enrolled in Piedmont Community College’s short term Siemens Level I training when it was first offered in May, passing the national exam in June. Two months later he is earning a paycheck through a paid internship at Spuntech Industries, Inc. and continuing his education in PCC’s Electrical Electronics Technology curriculum program. Find out how you can enroll in the next class by calling (336) 322-2156!
Elizabeth Townsend published Tuesday, August 15, 2017

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PCC’s Siemens Level I training for those interested in working with machines, electronics, and robotics

Free Orientation to Siemens Level I course on August 14-24. The full course begins August 28. To enroll in the Siemens Level I/Mechatronics orientation and training or for more information, contact PCC’s Workforce Development Team at (336) 322-2156.
Elizabeth Townsend published Wednesday, August 09, 2017

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OSHA Forklift training available at PCC

Piedmont Community College (PCC) will offer a three day OSHA Forklift training course beginning August 15. This training will provide instruction to students on the operation and maintenance of an industrial forklift. Call (336) 322-2156 to register for this course!
Elizabeth Townsend published Wednesday, August 02, 2017

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PCC offers Microsoft® Excel course

Piedmont Community College will offer an Introduction to Spreadsheets course starting August 15 – October 31. The class will meet on Tuesdays from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. on the Person County Campus. Call (336) 322-2156 to save your seat!
Elizabeth Townsend published Monday, July 31, 2017

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Gain marketable skills in PCC’s BioWork Process Training course this August

Biowork Process Training can lead to an evtry-level position as a process technician and is an affordable way to invest in your future (the full course is less than $325!). North Carolina ranks number three in the nation in the number of biotechnology companies. According to a report by the NC Biotechnology Center, earnings vary based on skill and experience, but the average salary is $15 per hour. Don't miss this opportunity - call (336) 322-2156!
Elizabeth Townsend published Tuesday, July 25, 2017

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PCC to offer Notary Public class

The next class will be held on Monday and Wednesday, August 14 and 16, 6–9 p.m., at Piedmont Community College’s Business Development and Entrepreneurship Center (BDEC), 105 North Main Street in Roxboro. To register, call (336) 599-0032 by August 10.
Elizabeth Townsend published Monday, July 24, 2017

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PCC offers National Safety Council’s Defensive Driving Course in Roxboro

The next class will be held on Tuesday, August 1, 6–10 p.m. at the Business Development and Entrepreneurship Center located at 105 N. Main Street in Roxboro. Call (336) 599-0032 to register!
Elizabeth Townsend published Tuesday, July 18, 2017

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Horne earns High School Equivalency degree and transfer courses at PCC as she pursues chemical engineering degree

Jessica is currently finishing her Associate of Science degree and has applied to the chemical engineering program at NC State University. To find out how PCC can help you succeed, call us at (336) 599-1181!
Elizabeth Townsend published Monday, July 03, 2017

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PCC’s first Siemens Level I class completes training and national exam with 100% pass rate

Students Mark Harrill, Gladys Moore, John David Shaw, and Blake Gentry completed the course, taught by PCC instructor Mike Cobb, and passed the Siemens Level 1 Certification exam. In addition to receiving training in job seeking essentials needed to provide marketable skills for manufacturing technicians in the Mechatronics field and having an opportunity to earn their NC Career Readiness Certificate (CRC), successful completers also have the opportunity to obtain college credit by examination in PCC’s Mechatronics Engineering Technology curriculum program.
Elizabeth Townsend published Friday, June 30, 2017

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