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Workforce & Economic Development Division
Advanced Technology Center - Marple Campus
The College is a regional leader in the development and delivery of courses leading to professional certifications, certificates of competency and proficiency, and Associate in Applied Science degrees. We are proud to support employers and students in Delaware, Chester and surrounding counties with programs, degrees, and professional development courses that lead to careers in regional high priority occupations. Programs in automotive technology, carpentry, construction management and supervision, industrial production and mechanical technology, and certifications for electricians, HVAC specialists, plumbers and welders are all aligned with the workforce needs of employers in our region.
- Computer-Aided Drafting (DDTC)
- Computer-Aided Machining Lathe, Mill and EDM (CAM)
- Electro-Mechanical Technologies (ELTC)
- Industrial Production Technician (IPT)
- Manufacturing CNC (CNC)
- Manufacturing Operations (MAN)
- Process Control Technology (PCT)
- Automotive Technology I (AUT)
- Automotive Technology II (AUTC)
- Carpentry (Residential) (CPT)
- Construction Supervision (CSUP)
- Electrical (Residential) (ELT)
- Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration (HVA)
- Plumbing Technology (PLBC)
- Welding Technology (WLD)
“I chose DCCC because it was close to home and offered the education I was seeking at a reasonable price. The knowledgeable staff gave me the foundation I needed in order to be successful.”-Joe, Garnet Valley School District, HVA Certificate, 2020
“I chose Delaware County Community College for academic career advancement in the field of Engineering and Technology at an affordable cost.”-Joel, South East Delco School District, Process Control Technology, 2019
“Delaware County Community College gave me the tools to get my career off the ground and the skills to continue learning and growing in my field.”Annie, Upper Darby School District, A.A.S. Machine Tool Technology, 2015
“I chose Delaware County Community College because I was looking for a career, and I feel that my training prepared me well to start in a new profession.”Don, Ridley School District, A.A.S. Skilled Trades (Welding), 2020
Why Delaware County Community College?