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Critical Environment Technologies

A sustainable and qualified workforce ready to support the goals of biotechnology industries and NBAF is key to the success of the Animal Health Corridor.

Currently MATC offers an Associates of Applied Science Biotechnology program and a Biohazardous Risk Reduction training course for those who work in or around critical environments. To meet the future needs of Operations & Maintenance technicians, MATC is developing a Critical Environments Engineering Technician training program.

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Private Sector Partners

Johnson Controls
P1 Group
Bell Knott & Assoctiates
KBS Construction
P1 Group
US Engineering