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Process Technology Program

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Scott Sechler

"Wow, that's exciting" was my first response when I learned that Los Medanos College was putting together a Process Technology (PTEC) program. I knew right away that I wanted to be a part of it.

This curriculum helps open doors to solid, well-paying careers as process technicians. It's very rewarding to know that my efforts as an instructor help to position students for sound employment opportunities. For many, it means a higher standard of living.

I'm thrilled to be part of the PTEC program. The students are very engaging and they continuously generate great questions. In a given session, I find myself drawing on my experience in process design, quality, process control, plant start-ups, day-to-day production support, as well as my current role as an improvement project engineer.

Scott has worked in the chemical industry for 15 years. He holds a Bachelors degree in Chemical Engineering and a Masters degree in Business Administration.



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