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Congressman Williams Tours Hill College Technical Center

Oct 11, 2018
Press Release

CLEBURNE, TEXAS – Congressman Roger Williams (R-Austin) today met with faculty, staff and students participating in the Hill College Snap-on Automotive Technology Program, the HVAC Program, and the Welding Program at the Cleburne Technical Center. As their representative, Rep. Williams discussed legislation and regulations that will impact their educators and students. They also discussed the importance of the skills and training received during these programs and how it can be applied it towards future careers.

“As the owner of a small business, I know how important it is to find hardworking men and women who have been equipped with the right tools and experience to get the job done. In any profession, it is absolutely paramount to receive the proper training in order to be successful, and the Hill College Technical Center exceeds those expectations,” said Rep. Williams. “Hill College offers state-of-the-art technology to help our nation’s future workers get a jump start on their careers, and I am proud to represent them as a business owner and employer in Congress.”

These three programs are offered at the Technical Center in Cleburne Texas and are all unique to Hill College. The Snap-on Automotive Technology Program is the most technologically advanced auto training center in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and the only one of its kind in Texas. After receiving vigorous training using cutting-edge technology from highly trained faculty, students will be fully prepared upon graduation to take the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification exam.

The HVAC Program provides comprehensive training in one of the fastest growing technical job markets. It offers three levels of certification and an associate degree in applied science that will prepare students for careers in industry positions. There are 3,000-square-feet of laboratories on the campus featuring the latest HVAC equipment spanning from residential, commercial and controls applications.

Lastly, the Welding Program allows students to choose from several program options including a Certificate in Basic Welding, and an Associate of Applied Science Degree. Welding courses are also offered at the Hill County and Johnson County campuses.

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