Thursday, May 28, 2015

Lady Chaps earn NJCAA national honors

     
Tyneesha Houkamau (left) and Dominique Lozano Alcocer

JC SOFTBALL: MC's Houkamau named first team All-American

Staff Report
Midland Reporter-Telegram

MIDLAND, TEXAS - Former Midland College softball utility player Tyneesha Houkamau has been named as a first team NJCAA Division I Softball All-American.

Also named as a third team NJCAA All-American was MC teammate and sophomore pitcher Dominique Lozano Alcocer ...

read the rest of this MRT report ...


Hit the links with MC Continuing Ed

Midland College Continuing Education is continuing into summer ... Over the next couple of weeks, we'll offer a preview of this summer's offering from CE@MC



"Golf 101" is a course designed for any golfer with a desire to learn or review the basics of golf. Each class will include, introduction to golf, rules and etiquette, putting, chipping, pitching and sand play, full swing on the range and on course instruction. Students must have their own golf clubs. Range balls will be included. This class is located at Nueva Vista Golf Course, 6101 W. Wadley.

Golf 101
(9563144Q)
Instructor: Mike Crosser, PGA Professional
Tuesdays, June 9-30, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Nueva Vista Golf Course

For more information about this and other Continuing Education courses at MC, please contact:


Brenda Cordero (432) 685-4724 bcordero@midland.edu 

Helping you get started at Your College ...

From Julia A. Vickery
Student Development Coordinator

Get Started Right with Midland College First Look. This online, interactive program will introduce you to Midland College, its programs, the language of college, and many more facts, ideas, and resources that will help you be successful in reaching your education and career goals.

While no program, no matter how fancy, can ever replace human contact and relationships, Midland College’s First Look begins the discovery process of your college journey. Many questions, can be answered, but it is our hope that this online program generates questions for you to ask an advisor, faculty member, financial aid, or any other college employee.


As the title states, this is your very First Look at Midland College – we hope to live up to your first impression! Good luck on becoming a Chap and as soon as you are done with First Look, come see us!

Julia Vickery
(432) 685-4704
jvickery@midland.edu


Wednesday, May 27, 2015

REMINDER ... Women's Basketball Summer Camp at MC

Hey Everyone,

It is that time of year again for Lady Chaparral Basketball Camps. We will have 2 camp sessions on July 13th-16th. Session 1 will be our Beginners FUNdamental Camp for grades K-4th and Session 2 will be our FUNdamental & Competition Camp for grades 5th-10th. Please see this camp brochure for more information. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Thank you and hope to see your kiddos there. GO CHAPS!!!

Sincerely,

Ginger Gatliff
Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach
(432) 685-6469
ggatliffr@midland.edu 

"Concealed Handgun" among special interest courses at MC Continuing Ed

Midland College Continuing Education is continuing into summer ... Over the next couple of weeks, we'll offer a preview of this summer's offering from CE@MC



This class - offered through MC's Community Programs Continuing Education - teaches the laws relating to the carrying of a concealed handgun in the state of Texas, basic Handgun Safety and Storage, Use of Force and Non-Violent Dispute Resolution.

Concealed Handgun
(9258144Q)
Saturday, June 20
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 
Midland Shooters Association Range
more information



For more information about these courses, and to register, please contact Community Programs Continuing Education at Midland College, at ce.midland.edu/cp/ or (432) 685-4518.

Around MC and across the state, PLEASE continue clicking this week

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) “Click It or Ticket” campaign to promote seat belt use began today, Monday, May 18, 2015. Law enforcement agencies throughout the state, including the Midland College Police Department, will be actively targeting seat belt and child restraint violations.



In a press release, TxDOT Deputy Executive Director John Barton stated, “It’s heartbreaking to know lives are being lost on Texas roadways because people are still not buckling up. These motorists have friends and families who will never get over the loss of their loved one. It’s really simple. Seat belts save lives. Every single individual in a vehicle needs to be buckled up.”


Midland College Police Chief Richard McKee said, “Midland College Police will stop vehicles on campus where drivers and passengers are observed not wearing seat belts. In Texas, the law requires everyone in a vehicle to be buckled up, including back seat passengers. Fines and court costs can total up to $200.”

According to TxDOT, the “Click It or Ticket” campaign, combined with enforcement, is credited with motivating millions of motorists to always use their seat belts. Only 76 percent of Texans used seat belts when the campaign started in 2002. Today, 9 out of 10 Texans buckle up. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that since its inception, the “Click It or Ticket” campaign in Texas has resulted in 4,319 fewer traffic fatalities while preventing 72,926 serious injuries and saving more than $16.7 billion in related economic costs.

The campaign runs through May 31, 2015.

MC Chaparral Basketball announces pair of signees


From Sam Waiewski
Assistant Coach,
Midland College Men's Basketball

MIDLAND, TEXAS - Midland College Men’s Basketball is pleased to announce two signees to the program.

The first is Jachai Simmons (above). He's a 6'7" small forward out of Plainfield High School in Plainfield, New Jersey. The second is Jalen Jackson (right). He's a 6'8" power forward, also out of Plainfield, New Jersey.


Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Midland College Honors students selected for conference presentations

MC Honors Program students Emry Peets (left) and Scott Peterson (right)
From Rebecca Bell
Dean of Community Relations & Special Events

Two Midland College (MC) students participating in the Honors Program were selected to present papers at the Great Plains Honors Council Annual Conference held at South Padre Island, April 10-12. Papers written by MC students Emry Peets and Paul Peterson were chosen for presentation at the juried conference.

Peets, who graduated this month from MC with an associate degree and also graduated from Early College High School at MC, presented “Redefining Hyper Focus.” Peterson’s presentation focused on cutting-edge research about a tomb in Greece that is currently being excavated.

MC Professor of History and Anthropology Dr. Paula Marshall-Gray serves as co-advisor of the Honors Program and said, “It is quite an honor for our students to be selected out of hundreds to present. Both presentations spurred great questions from the crowd.”

During this past academic year, 30 students participated in the MC Honors Program. The program is designed to offer Honors credit in a number of disciplines. Students participating in the program must choose a project that is designed to take them beyond the normal requirements for a specific course. MC Honors students who complete four courses for honors credit, including HUMA 1301 or HUMA 1302, are recognized at graduation and receive Midland College Scholar designation on diplomas. In addition, students who complete an MC Honors project are eligible to transfer to an Honors Program at another college or university.


Restorative, meditative, "Healing Yoga" at MC Continuing Ed

Midland College Continuing Education is continuing into summer ... Over the next couple of weeks, we'll offer a preview of this summer's offering from CE@MC



Yoga in a soft restorative, meditative fashion. If you’ve been interested but have not taken Yoga, this is the class for you. You will feel calm, more flexible. If you don’t care for exercise, this could be a great way to get better circulation, work your body, calm your mind and gain better balance in "Healing Yoga," one of the courses offered this summer by MC's Community Programs Continuing Education.

Healing Yoga
(9323144Q)
Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 2nd - August 27th
5:30 - 6:15 p.m.
Midland College PE Building
more information




For more information about these courses, and to register, please contact Community Programs Continuing Education at Midland College, at ce.midland.edu/cp/ or (432) 685-4518.

WRTTC launches 2015 Scholars' Dollars campaign

The 2015 Campaign will continue through Wednesday, July 1st, though contributions are welcome throughout the year.


This past week, the Scholars’ Dollars Scholarship Board kicked off their 2015 campaign at a luncheon hosted by the Fort Stockton Rotary Club at the Williams Regional Technical Training Center (WRTTC) located in Fort Stockton, Texas.

more on the luncheon from the Fort Stockton Pioneer

The Midland College WRTTC Scholars’ Dollars Board is comprised of volunteers from the Fort Stockton community. The WRTTC director, chairman and board members raise funds yearly to meet the needs of students wanting to further their education in Fort Stockton and Pecos County. 

visit the Scholars' Dollars web page

It was developed to counter the lack of scholarship funding available to our local students. Scholars’ Dollars also reaches out to students in continuing education areas such as our English as a Second Language program, the Certified Nurse Aide program, police academy and technical certificates. Scholars’ Dollars also extends special situation and emergency loans to students that are in need of short term funding due to special circumstance.

For more information, contact:
Matt Tarpley, Director, Midland College WRTTC
mtarpley@midland.edu / (432) 336-7882


About the Williams Regional Technical Training Center

Midland College established the WRTTC in 1996, and two years later, the WRTTC was approved by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools as MC’s first branch campus. In 2011, Pecos County voters approved a branch maintenance tax for the WRTTC in order to provide funding for increased technology and campus infrastructure so that it can remain a state-of-the-art facility providing education and training that enhances quality of life and supports Pecos County’s economic development efforts.

The WRTTC serves its students through university parallel courses, career/technical associate degree and certificate programs, continuing education opportunities and workforce training. In addition, the campus offers a wide variety of programs in collaboration with the Fort Stockton Independent School District. WRTTC courses are supported by advanced instructional technology, interactive television and computerized distance learning technology, which link to the main Midland College campus.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

In Observance, and In Memory ...


"Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country's armed forces. The holiday, which is observed every year on the last Monday of May, was formerly known as Decoration Day and originated after the American Civil War to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the war. By the 20th century, Memorial Day had been extended to honor all Americans who died while in the military service. It typically marks the start of the summer vacation season, while Labor Day marks its end.

Many people visit cemeteries and memorials, particularly to honor those who have died in military service. Many volunteers place an American flag on each grave in national cemeteries." ( from Wikipedia )

Whatever your plans for the long weekend ahead, we hope that it is a happy and safe time for you and yours ... see you on Tuesday!

Continuing Ed at MC: 'Nurse Aide' Course at MC Health Science CE

Midland College Continuing Education is continuing into summer ... Over the next couple of weeks, we'll offer a preview of this summer's offering from CE@MC


This course will prepare the student for entry level nurse aide to achieve a level of knowledge, skills, and abilities essential to provide basic care to residents. Content includes residents' rights, communication, safety, observations, reporting, and assisting residents in maintaining basic comfort and safety.

The clinical experience is practical instruction with close and/or direct supervision provided by the clinical professional (faculty or preceptor), generally in a clinical setting. Clinical education is an unpaid learning experience. State of Texas Exam in skills and written competency will be scheduled once the program is complete.

No High School or GED required. Tuition includes: Liability Insurance, background check, and State of Texas testing fees. Location for classes and clinical: Advanced Technology Center 3200 W Cuthbert and Manor Park Nursing Facility 2208 N Loop 250.

NURA 1001 & 1060 - Nurse Aide for Health Care Organizations

HN16144Q
M/T/W/Th/F, June 15th - July 10th
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
MC Advanced Technology Center (ATC)
more information, and register online




For more information about these courses, and to register, please contact Health Science Continuing Education at Midland College, at ce.midland.edu/hs/ or (432) 681-6303.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

GED Graduation and Citizenship Honors at MC

Midland College held a special graduation ceremony for 12 students who successfully passed the GED® exam. 2015 Midland College GED® graduates are Lisesky Alba, Dora Beltran, Emilla Bristow, Elizabeth Caraveo, Maria Cuba, Alician Elrod, Patricia Galvan, Mark Ledesma, Hannah Manzano, Nandy Mata, Daniel Moore and Amalia Reyes.

Also during the ceremony, five students, who recently took their eight-week citizenship class and passed their oral and written citizenship examinations, were recognized as U.S. citizens. These individuals are Maria D. Alvarado, Rogelio Enriquez, Gracia M. Garcia, Ruthy M. Marmol and Manuela Natividad.

Midland College Dean of Adult & Developmental Education Lynda Webb proudly stated, “These students have reached a milestone by taking one step at a time. We are so proud of their accomplishments. I look forward to working with them as they take another step to achieve the next educational goal in their lives.”

Following the ceremony, friends and families celebrated with graduates and new citizens at a reception held in their honor at the Midland College Cogdell Learning Center.



CLICK HERE for a photo album
from the ceremony

Free "HAZMAT Training" Class at MC Risk Management Institute

Midland College Continuing Education is continuing into summer ... Over the next couple of weeks, we'll offer a preview of this summer's offering from CE@MC


"HAZMAT Training" is one of the topics that will be covered during the month of June in free courses offered by MC.

A schedule of free courses being offered this fall by the Risk Management Institute at Midland College, is now available online.

HAZMAT Training 

(RM09144Q)
Tuesday, June 9th
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

For more information about these courses, and to register, please contact the Risk Management Institute at Midland College, at ce.midland.edu/rmi/ or (432) 681-6303.

Now showing ...

... at McCormick Gallery
Texas Photographic Society International Competition Exhibition
May 18 - August 13, 2015

Gallery Summer Hours
Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Barrier-free Access

McCormick Gallery
Allison Fine Arts Building
3600 N. Garfield Street
Midland, Texas 79705
(432) 685-4651 

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Honoring the next generation of caring

Midland College held a pinning ceremony to celebrate the accomplishments of the students who completed the college’s Associate Degree Nursing program. The ceremony was held at the Al G. Langford Chaparral Center.

The tradition of pinning began in 1860 when Florence Nightingale was awarded the Red Cross of St. George by Queen Victoria for her service in the Crimean War. Ms. Nightingale shared this honor with her nursing school students by giving each graduate a badge. In keeping with the tradition, nurses are now given a pin to wear on the left side of their uniform, over their heart, as a badge of honor.


CLICK HERE for a photo album
from the ceremony

Better balance, clearer minds, increased energy through yoga at MC Continuing Ed

Midland College Continuing Education is continuing into summer ... Over the next couple of weeks, we'll offer a preview of this summer's offering from CE@MC



Realize the awesome benefits of "Yoga," one of the courses offered this summer by MC's Community Programs Continuing Education.

Yoga
(9334144Q)
Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 2 - July 9
9:30-10:30 a.m. 
COM Aquatics
more information




For more information about these courses, and to register, please contact Community Programs Continuing Education at Midland College, at ce.midland.edu/cp/ or (432) 685-4518.

Discount card fundraiser for Midland College Upward Bound students

From Pervis Evans
Upward Bound Director, Midland College

The MC Upward Bound Discount Card Fundraiser is here! Only 500 will be distributed throughout the community, so act fast!

This year's 18 participating vendors include following:

Dickey's Barbecue      IHOP
CiCi’s Pizza                 Wing Stop
Double Dave’s             Cinergy
Baskin Robbins           Sedona Grill
Arby’s                          Your Way Yogurt
Pizzeria Venti              Midas
Palio’s Pizza               Jack in the Box
TCBY                          Pizza Hut
Jersey Mike’s Subs     Smoothie King

The cards are available exclusively at the Midland College Bookstore through May 25, 2015, for a $10 donation to Upward Bound.All proceeds will support activities of the Upward Bound Student Scholars.

Pervis Evans
Upward Bound Director, Midland College
(432) 686-4221
pevans@midland.edu

Monday, May 18, 2015

MC students celebrate achievement, and support

It was an evening of achievement, pride and celebration in the Arnulfo T. Carrasco Room, of the Dorothy & Clarence Scharbauer, Jr. Student Center at MC. Students, family and friends, MC faculty, administration and staff came together to celebrate graduation of students students who had participated in the Student Support Services program at Midland College.



CLICK HERE for a photo album
from the reception

Kids' College registration underway NOW

Midland College Continuing Education is continuing into summer ... Over the next couple of weeks, we'll offer a preview of this summer's offering from CE@MC


Online registration for the 2015 edition of Kids' College at MC is now underway.

Walk-in registration begins Tuesday, May 26.

Courses are reserved on a first-registered, first-paid basis and all fees must be paid when registering.

More information about registration and payment, and a link for registration, can be found on the Kids’ College website, at www.midland.edu/kc


If you any questions, please give us a call.



Brenda Cordero, Associate Director
Ashley Garrett, Resource Specialist
(432) 685-4518 / Fax: (432) 685-6412
bcordero@midland.edu
agarrett@midland.edu

A reminder about the next two weeks at MC and across the state ...

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) “Click It or Ticket” campaign to promote seat belt use began today, Monday, May 18, 2015. Law enforcement agencies throughout the state, including the Midland College Police Department, will be actively targeting seat belt and child restraint violations.



In a press release, TxDOT Deputy Executive Director John Barton stated, “It’s heartbreaking to know lives are being lost on Texas roadways because people are still not buckling up. These motorists have friends and families who will never get over the loss of their loved one. It’s really simple. Seat belts save lives. Every single individual in a vehicle needs to be buckled up.”


Midland College Police Chief Richard McKee said, “Midland College Police will stop vehicles on campus where drivers and passengers are observed not wearing seat belts. In Texas, the law requires everyone in a vehicle to be buckled up, including back seat passengers. Fines and court costs can total up to $200.”

According to TxDOT, the “Click It or Ticket” campaign, combined with enforcement, is credited with motivating millions of motorists to always use their seat belts. Only 76 percent of Texans used seat belts when the campaign started in 2002. Today, 9 out of 10 Texans buckle up. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that since its inception, the “Click It or Ticket” campaign in Texas has resulted in 4,319 fewer traffic fatalities while preventing 72,926 serious injuries and saving more than $16.7 billion in related economic costs.

The campaign runs through May 31, 2015.

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Chap Golf struggles through NJCAA national tournament's final round

• JC GOLF: MC's Wicks earns All-American honor, finishes tied for 4th

Staff Report
Midland Reporter-Telegram

NEWTON, KANSAS - Midland College sophomore David Wicks earned First Team NJCAA All-American honors on Friday after finishing in a tie for fourth in the medalist standings at the NJCAA Division I Men’s National Golf Championship played at Sand Creek Station in Newton, Kansas ...

... As a team Midland College struggled again in the final round as the Chaparrals shot 316 to finish with a 1,241 total and in 16th place, the lowest finish for MC at the national tournament ...

read the rest of this MRT report ...




Friday, May 15, 2015

Let's get clicking at Your College

MCPD joining nationwide "Click it or Ticket" initiative,
May 18th-31st, 2015.

The Texas Department of Transportation Click it or Ticket campaign to promote seat belt use will begin Monday May 18, 2015. Law enforcement agencies throughout the state, including Midland College Police Department will be actively targeting seat belt and child restraint violations. Please buckle up.

More on Click It or Ticket

FREE "H2S Certification" Class at MC Risk Management Institute

Midland College Continuing Education is continuing into summer ... Over the next couple of weeks, we'll offer a preview of this summer's offering from CE@MC


Looking ahead to - and planning for - next month ... "H2S Certification" is is one of the workplace safety topics that will be covered this month in FREE continuing education courses offered by MC's Risk Management Institute.

Explores the hazardous nature of H2S gas, the symptoms of exposure, and monitoring systems and respiratory protection to prevent inhalation in an H2S certification.

H2S Certification
(RM08144Q)
Tuesday, June 2nd
1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
MC Advanced Technology Center (ATC)
more information, and register online




For more information about these courses, and to register, please contact the Risk Management Institute at Midland College, at ce.midland.edu/rmi/ or (432) 681-6303.

Chap Golf moving into NJCAA national tournament's final round

• JC GOLF: MC’s Wicks in a tie for 5th at nationals

Staff Report
Midland Reporter-Telegram

NEWTON, KANSAS - Midland College sophomore David Wicks remains in contention for a national title after shooting a 3-under par 69 during the third round of the NJCAA Division I Men’s National Golf Championship played on Thursday.

Wicks’ 213 total has him in a tie for fifth place in the medalist standings and five shots back of leader Vetle Maroy of Odessa College. Maroy shot the best round of the tournament on Thursday with a 6-under 66 score.

As a team, Midland College had its best round of the tournament with 295 on Thursday for a 925 total, which places the Chaparrals in 15th place in the team standings ...

read the rest of this MRT report ...




Thursday, May 14, 2015

Reception at MC for National Nurses Week, 2015

The Davidson Family Health Sciences Building, on the MC main campus, was the setting for a reception honoring Midland College nursing students, faculty and staff, as part of National Nurses Week 2015.

CLICK HERE for a photo album
from the reception

Midland College PPDC offering "Petroleum Geology for Non-Geologists"

Midland College Continuing Education is continuing into summer ... Over the next couple of weeks, we'll offer a preview of this summer's offering from CE@MC


From MC's Petroleum Professional Development Center (PPDC) ... "Petroleum Geology for Non-Geologists"

This class is designed for landmen, geological technicians, secretaries, and engineers with no geological background. The goal of this class is to provide non-geologists with a practical understanding of petroleum geology by reviewing both the scientific background and the practical applications of geology in the search for oil and gas.

Petroleum Geology for Non-Geologists
G168144Q
Instructor: Paul Pausé
Monday-Thursday, June 8-11
8:30 am – 4:30 pm

For more information about this and other Continuing Education courses at MC, please contact:


Brenda Cordero (432) 685-4724 bcordero@midland.edu 

Chap Golf moves up some in NJCAA national tournament

• JC GOLF: MC’s Wicks in a tie for 4th at nationals

Staff Report
Midland Reporter-Telegram

NEWTON, KANSAS - Midland College golfer David Wicks is in a tie for fourth place in the medalist standings after the second round of the NJCAA Division Men’s National Golf Championship on Wednesday.

Wicks shot a 1-under par 71 at Sand Creek Station to give him a 144 total, five shots back of leader Michael DeMorat of Eastern Florida State ...

read the rest of this MRT report ...




Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Topping-off Your Education at Your College

The 42nd Annual Commencement at Midland College was held Friday, May 8th, 7:00 p.m. at the Al G. Langford Chaparral Center. A number of the graduates used their mortarboards as a palette for personalized expressions of relief, gratitude, pride and many other feelings that filled the center, along with thousands of family members, friends and well-wishers.



CLICK HERE for a sampler
of those personalized mortarboards

"CPR / American Heart Association Basic Life Support" Course at MC Health Science CE

Midland College Continuing Education is continuing into summer ... Over the next couple of weeks, we'll offer a preview of this summer's offering from CE@MC


"CPR - American Heart Association Basic Life Support" is an American Heart Association-affiliated Health Care Provider Course, taught by an AHA-certified instructor, and available through MC's Health Science Continuing Education program.


EMSP 1019 - CPR / American Heart Association Basic Life Support

(HC08144Q)
Saturday, June 13
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 
more information




For more information about these courses, and to register, please contact Health Science Continuing Education at Midland College, at ce.midland.edu/hs/ or (432) 681-6303.

Tough first round for Chap Golf in NJCAA national tournament

• JC GOLF: MC in 18th place after first round at nationals

Staff Report
Midland Reporter-Telegram

NEWTON, KANSAS - The Midland College golf team has a lot of work to do if it wants to get into contention at the NJCAA Division I National Golf Championship.

The Chaparrals are in 18th place out of 19 teams at the tournament after struggling with a 318 score at Sand Creek Station on Tuesday in the first of four rounds ...

read the rest of this MRT report ...




Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Oh, what a night!

The 42nd Annual Commencement at Midland College was held Friday, May 8th, 7:00 p.m. at the Al G. Langford Chaparral Center. Hundreds of graduates and thousands of well-wishers packed Chap Center for a very special evening devoted to celebrating achievement, and taking the next step in life.



CLICK HERE for a sampler
of images from that evening

Next truck driving course begins June 1 at MC

Midland College Continuing Education is continuing into summer ... Over the next couple of weeks, we'll offer a preview of this summer's offering from CE@MC

The Midland College Transportation Training Program provides individuals with the proper training in order to obtain a CDL License to operate a commercial motor vehicle safely within the rules and regulations set by the Department of Transportation.

We offer a four-week program that is 160 hours and consists of instruction in the classroom. Training is provided in pre-trip, post-trip,and backing. The last 80 hours involve actual hands-on driving by the student. Upon completion of the class, the student will receive a Class A License with the ability of obtaining endorsements in Hazmat, Doubles and Triples and Tankers.

Midland College's Professional Truck Driving program is an intensive four-week course scheduled from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM, Monday - Friday. The program is a total of 160 hours and is comprised of the following sections:


  • Orientation
  • CDL written test preparation
  • Control systems
  • Basic control
  • Shifting
  • Backing
  • Turning
  • Coupling and Uncoupling
  • Communications
  • Speed Management
  • Space Management
  • Cargo handling & documentation
  • Environmental issues
  • Accident procedures
  • Up to 40 hours of behind-the-wheel training
The next course begins Monday, June 1, 2015.
 
T026144Q, Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu, June 1-25, 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
more information

Class enrollment is limited!

Applications for admission are accepted on a first-come, first-served bases according to the date of application.

Midland College Transportation Training
 Advanced Technology Center
3200 W. Cuthbert Avenue
Midland, Texas 79701
(432) 681-6318
(800) 474-7164 (toll-free)

Leticia Ramos, Data Specialist
(432) 681-6318
lramos@midland.edu