Customized Process Technology Certificate awarded to Dow workers

Victoria College recently awarded a Customized Process Technology Certificate to students who completed a new 13-week program that began in late January. The students from Dow’s UCC Seadrift Operations site who are seeking to become process technicians attended classes eight hours a day, Monday through Friday. They learned both theoretical and practical knowledge in the areas of production equipment, plant processes, safety, quality, and instrumentation. They were also taught operations and troubleshooting through classroom lecture, team exercises and hands-on lab applications. “It is great to have a partner like Victoria College to provide high-quality, customized training close to home,” said Candi Nunley, Dow Seadrift Operations’ site learning leader. “Our employees are receiving valuable instruction, while at the same time, we continue to support local education in our community.” Seated, from left, are: instructors Rick Navarro and Mark Cooke, Dow Seadrift Operations’ Site Learning Leader Candi Nunley, and instructors David Vacek, Randall Lindsey and Stacie Kloesel. Middle row, from left, are: Freddy Trevino, Roberto Liserio, Patrick Pena, Jesse Garza, Michelle Dawdy, Tomas Gonzalez Osorio, Mathew Perez and Chase Tisdale. Back row, from left are: James Tisdale, Fernando Acosta, Eric Garcia, Marc Banda, David James, Marcus Delgado, Durwin Epley, John Hirschhauser, and Zimran Tahir.
Published: Thursday, 14 May 2015
 

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