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Where can I find Community Paramedicine Conference information?

The Community Paramedicine Conference is designed to educate, train and support community paramedic professionals by gathering expert speakers, relevant topics and educational break out sessions which promote and support this fast growing profession. Learn more at HennepinTech.edu/cpc.

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What is M-Powered?

The M-Powered program provides fast-track, industry standard training in CNC Lathe/Mill and Precision Metalforming, and additional wrap around support services for eligible applicants. Learn more at HennepinTech.edu/mpowered.

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Does HTC offer online courses?HTC Continuing Education offers non-credit online, short-term, self-paced programs via Ed2Go. Start anytime and work at your own pace. View
Does HTC offer Motorcycle Training?HTC offers Motorcycle Rider Courses. Information can be found on our website under Continuing Education Motorcycle Rider Courses.View
Does HTC offer Customized Training Services?

Whether your company needs highly-specialized training for its employees or an individual needs updated skills fast, HTC's Customized Training Services division is here to lend a hand. Our training often serves as the first step to a new career in high-demand fields such as information technology, project management, manufacturing, healthcare, human resources and public safety. Learn more at HennepinTech.edu/cts.

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Does HTC offer CTOT (Construction Truck Operator Training)?

HTC offers Construction Truck Operator Training (CTOT) training through its Continuing Education and Customized Training Services. Learn more at HennepinTech.edu/ctot.

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Does Hennepin Technical College have a Light Rail Train Technician program?

· This is a new program which will begin in Fall 2018 · This program was created in partnership with Metro Transit, Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU), and Twin Cities R!SE · Graduates of the program can anticipate earning $17 -$24 per hour as a new technician. Learn more at Light Rail Train Technician Information.

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