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|Does HTC offer a Veterinary Assistant Program?||
Yes. This new Continuing Education program includes 25 hours of classroom (Saturday mornings), 25 hours of online/blended learning and 40 hours of arranged internship. Students will learn the skills, knowledge and hands-on experience to begin on a new career path working with animals. This program is run through HTC Continuing Education, and is a non-credit program. Learn more at Veterinary Assistant Program .
|What is M-Powered?||
The M-Powered program provides fast-track, industry standard training in CNC Lathe/Mill and Precision Metalforming, and additional wrap around support services for eligible applicants. Learn more at HennepinTech.edu/mpowered.
|Where can I find Community Paramedicine Conference information?||
The Community Paramedicine Conference is designed to educate, train and support community paramedic professionals by gathering expert speakers, relevant topics and educational break out sessions which promote and support this fast growing profession. Learn more at HennepinTech.edu/cpc.
|Does HTC offer CTOT (Construction Truck Operator Training)?||
HTC offers Construction Truck Operator Training (CTOT) training through its Continuing Education and Customized Training Services. Learn more at HennepinTech.edu/ctot.
|Does HTC offer Project Management credentialing preparation?||
HTC Continuing Education & Customized Training Services offers a Project Management program through ourInstructor-Led 6-week online training course. Learn more at Project Management.Questions? Contact us at 952.995.1330 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|I would like to request a copy of my test scores?||
Information on scheduling an Accuplacer Test, recieving a copy of your test scores, or sample questions can be found on our website. Please follow the link below: Accuplacer Testing. Accuplacer Test scores are also located in your e-Services under Grades & Transcripts> Academic Record or Grades & Transcripts> Interactive Degree Audit Report.
|Does HTC offer a Senior Citizen Tuition Rate?||
Minnesota residents, age 62 or older, are eligible to attend HTC at a reduced fee of $20 per semester credit. The senior rate fee will only apply to courses taken for credit. There is no tuition fee for auditing courses. Seniors must pay for books, supplies, and materials. Seniors will also be charged for specific course fees, student association fees, technology fees, health services fees and parking fees (unless online course). Senior rate registrations will be accepted on a space available basis the day of the first class meeting. Senior citizens wishing to guarantee their enrollment in a course may register earlier, but will be required to pay full tuition and fees. Coursework registered by senior citizens at the regular tuition rate prior to the date on which the reduced rate becomes available, cannot be dropped and subsequently added in order to receive the reduced rate. All college policies apply to these students including Satisfactory Academic Progress standards.