Concrete Technology Info Session

Press Release

Posted: November 29, 2012

LEARN MORE ABOUT LCCC’S NEW CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
 
Lorain County Community College will offer a new Concrete Technology program beginning spring semester at the LCCC Lorain Learning Center at St. Joseph’s Community Center in Lorain.

Information sessions about the new program will be held from 6-7 p.m., Thursday, December 6 and from 1-2 p.m., Friday, December 7 in the IVDL room at the LCCC Lorain Learning Center at St. Joseph’s Community Center. Professor Erik Robey from Rhodes State College will participate in the information sessions via video conference and Jeff Riddell of Consumers Builders Supply will participate in person to provide an employer’s perspective.

The Concrete Technology program is offered through a partnership with Rhodes State College. Two courses –CET 1120 – Orientation and Seminar; and CET 1220 Construction Materials – will be offered during spring semester at the LCCC Lorain Learning Center at St. Joseph’s Community Center.

 For more information or to register for an information session, call (440)233-7240 or visit www.lorainccc.edu/concrete.

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