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Internet Courses for Plastics Processors this January

Courses offered in Spring Semester (Begins Jan. 8, 2007)

Section VL PET 1100 Introduction to Plastics (3 Credits)   
Fees: $400 Ohio students          $600 out of state       Books: approximately $200
   Section VL PET 1240 Introduction to Color (3 Credits)
Fees: $400 Ohio students    $600 out of state    Books: approximately $200

 

Color for Processors Certificate

The three courses above can be taken to complete a certificate program designed to give processors valuable color knowledge. Processors are experts on producing the parts that they make, however they often do not have the knowledge necessary to prevent potentially expensive color problems from occurring. These courses are designed to provide this valuable color knowledge to QC technicians, operators, production engineers, or anyone else that needs to work with the coloring of plastic parts.

For further information see Terra Community College’s web site: www.terra.edu  or contact:

jprzybylski@terra.edu                  tkissell@terra.edu 

Program Professor Dean of Engineering

Jamie Przybylski                          Tom Kissell

419-559-2459                            419-559-2410

Terra Community College’s Coloring of Plastics Program will be offering three internet based courses in the Spring 2007 Semester. All of these courses will be offered in a completely distance format, meaning there is no lab time involved and a student can complete any of the courses from any computer that is connected to the internet anywhere in the world at a reasonable cost.

These courses are an excellent opportunity for your quality control technicians, production technicians, or yourself to learn more about the coloring of the plastics products. These courses are designed for students that find it difficult to attend regularly scheduled classes in Fremont, Ohio because of distance or time constraints. To address the need for color education in the plastic’s industry Terra Community

College has founded the International Institute for the Coloring of Plastics, which offers certificates and associate degrees in the coloring of plastics and plastics processing. The goal for the Institute is to become the world’s number one source for education and information about the coloring of plastics.


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