Hancock County Technical Center Program Survey for Middle School Students
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New Programming:
Hancock County Technical Center is in process of reviewing its programs. Listed below are NEW programs that MAY be added in the future. Please read each question and rank your interest level for each program listed.
Firefighting: Certification program that provides classroom and hands-on experiences using fire fighting tools and equipment. *
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Biomedical Research Support: Certification program that provides students an opportunity to explore techniques or technological applications in biomedical research. Students will learn about the genetic basis for human disease and will learn and practice the skills and techniques necessary to support this research. *
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Hospitality, Travel and Tourism: This program prepares you to take care of the daily operations of hotels, resorts, restaurants, and other hospitality establishments. *
Required
Electrical: Students will develop skills to install wiring systems from blueprints and according to the National Electrical Code, while learning to wire residential and commercial projects. *
Required
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT):- Maine EMS sanctioned certification/licensure program that prepares students to work in the Emergency Medical field. *
Required
Plumbing and Heating Technology: This program will prepare students to install, repair and maintain heating equipment and different types of pipe systems. *
Required
Multimedia Technology: This program will entail learning and making use of many different skills in the areas of video production, video-gaming production, graphic design (2D design from a fine arts perspective), computer animation and web design. *
Required
CURRENT PROGRAMMING:
Below is the list of the programs that are currently offered at HCTC. Please rank your interest level in each one listed below.
Automotive Technology: This program covers the basics of automotive and light truck service and preventative maintenance in eight core areas. *
Required
Carpentry: This program provides students with an extensive hands-on experience with much of the focus being on residential construction. *
Required
Culinary Arts: This program helps prepare you for a variety of opportunities in the food service industry. Topics covered include food preparation, baking, basic accounting, workplace safety, and customer services. *
Required
Criminal Justice: This program exposes students to the Maine Criminal Justice Academy standards through a blend of classroom instruction and hands-on trainings pertaining to laws and basic police techniques. *
Required
Diesel Technology: This course is designed to teach the necessary entry-level skills with regard to Heavy Equipment and Diesel Engine Repair. *
Required
Early Childhood Education: Students will have the opportunity to enhance their understanding of learning environments conducive to the emotional, cognitive, physical, and social development of young children ages birth thru 3rd grade. *
Required
Media Communications: This program prepares students for traditional and emerging video technology industries thru the lens of television and video production. *
Required
Medical Programming: This program provides students certification opportunities to become a certified nursing assistant and certified residential medication aide. In addition, students will be exposed to medical terminology and health occupations. *
Required
Welding Technology: This program is an introductory AWS [American Welding Society] based course. Students will learn skills in technical drawing, design, AC/DC welding as well as MIG and TIG welding. *
Required
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Now that you have seen all program possibilities, both new and current, please consider your top choices. If you were given the opportunity to apply today, please indicate your top three choices.
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If you are not interested in attending HCTC, please take a minute to explain what could be offered or done to change your opinion.
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