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Occupational Curricula and Areas of Instruction: Heavy Equipment

HEAVY EQUIPMENT

Alabama

Deatsville
J.F. Ingram State Technical College

Gadsden
Gadsden State Community College, Technical Division

Alaska

Anchorage
Alaska Job Corps Center

Fairbanks
Tanana Valley Campus

Arizona

Coolidge
Central Arizona College

Arkansas

Harrison
North Arkansas College

California

Coalinga
West Hills College

Eureka
College of the Redwoods

Imperial
Imperial Valley College

Sacramento
Center for Employment Training (Sacramento)

Santa Ana
Santa Ana College

Florida

Chipley
Washington Holmes Technical Center

Lakeland
Traviss Vocational Technical Center

Orange Park
National Training

Orlando
Mid-Florida Technical Institute

Starke
Bradford-Union Area Vocational-Technical Center

Georgia

Americus
Georgia Southwestern College

Indiana

New Albany
Prosser School of Technology

Vincennes
Vincennes University

Kansas

Hays
North Central Kansas Technical College

Kentucky

Ashland
Ashland Community and Technical College

Cumberland
Southeast Community College

Hazard
Hazard Community and Technical College

Maine

Calais
Washington County Community College

Michigan

Big Rapids
Ferris State University

Detroit
Wayne County Community College District

Minnesota

Rosemount
Dakota County Technical College

Staples
Staples Technical College

Mississippi

Booneville
Northeast Mississippi Community College

Missouri

Linn
Linn State Technical College

Montana

Missoula
University of Montana College of Technology

Nevada

Carson City
Western Nevada Community College

New York

Olean
Cattaraugus Allegeny-Erie-Wyoming BOCES

North Carolina

Ahoskie
Roanoke-Chowan Community College

Asheville
Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College

Jamestown
Guilford Technical Community College

Washington
Beaufort County Community College

Wilson
Wilson Technical Community College

Winston-Salem
Forsyth Technical Community College

Ohio

Lima
University of Northwestern Ohio

West Jefferson
Al-Win Training

Oklahoma

Enid
Autry Vocational Technical Center

Okmulgee
Oklahoma State University Technical Branch

Oregon

Pendleton
Blue Mountain Community College

Pennsylvania

Johnstown
Greater Johnstown Area Vocational-Technical School

Port Allegany
Seneca Highlands Area Vocational Technical School

Williamsport
Pennsylvania College of Technology

South Carolina

Florence
Florence-Darlington Technical College

Tennessee

Paris
Tennessee Technology Center at Paris

Texas

Lake Jackson
Brazosport College

Mesquite
Eastfield College

San Antonio
St. Philip's College, Applied Science and Technology

Waco
Texas State Technical College at Waco

Utah

Price
College of Eastern Utah

Virginia

Keysville
Southside Virginia Community College - John H. Daniel Campus

Richmond
J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College

Tazewell
Tazewell County Career and Technical Center

Virginia Beach
Advanced Technology Institute

Washington

Bellevue
Construction Industry Training Council

Longview
Lower Columbia College

Seattle
South Seattle Community College

Spangle
Western States Engineers Training Institute

Spokane
Spokane Community College

Woodland
West Coast Training

Wisconsin

La Crosse
Western Wisconsin Technical College

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