The Center for the Advancement of Process Technology (CAPT) was established in Texas in 2002. It supports the development of a process technician workforce for the chemical manufacturing, refining, oil and gas production, and pharmaceutical manufacturing industries.
To accomplish this, CAPT focuses on three models: one for pre-hire education in process technology (PTEC), one for new hire training, and one for incumbent training.
CAPT claim to have five primary goals:
* Develop curricula and instructional materials that support process technology education.
* Provide professional development opportunities for faculty who prepare students for careers in the process industries.
* Support program development and improvement to serve student and industry needs.
* Establish and foster partnerships linking industry, education, and government to advance process technology education.
* Provide for the organizational and fiscal development of CAPT to assure its health and sustainability.
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