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Manufacturing Classes to Begin at the Hoke Center in May

Operator repairs a machine in an industrial plant with tools.If terms like gear drives, hydraulics, and pneumatics pique your interest, then you’ll want to look into the two Mechanical Power Transmission classes to be taught this summer at the Hoke Center.

These classes require face-to-face interaction. CDC recommendations and precautions for a safe environment will be stringently followed. The number of students in a classroom has been reduced to allow for distancing and students are required to wear a face/mouth covering when on campus.

Both classes are GEER Scholarship qualified. The scholarship is based on need and will award up to $750 per student and can be used for tuition, fees, book, supplies, credentialing tests, transportation, childcare, and other components as deemed necessary. Find out more about this scholarship at

“Mechanical Power Transmission Fundamentals Level II” is designed to provide the necessary foundation content to understanding working with mechanical power transmissions. Students will perform and understand safe proper service procedures, tools, and proper installing. Set-up procedures and equipment necessary to analyze and repair typical industrial equipment will be taught. Emphasis is placed on mechanical equipment troubleshooting and repair, including common techniques and procedures.

Held on Mondays and Wednesdays, May 10-Sept. 27 from 6-9 p.m., “Mechanical Power Transmission Fundamentals Level II” will cost $185.

“Mechanical Power Transmission Fundamentals Level III” is designed to provide the necessary foundation content to understanding working with mechanical power transmissions. Topics include filling, labeling, capping, carton forming, conveying, wrapping. Students learn about gear drives and hydraulics. Pneumatics, pumps and piping, and power transmission accessories will be taught.

Held on Mondays and Wednesdays, May 10-Oct. 4 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., “Mechanical Power Transmission Fundamentals Level III” will cost $185.


Seats are still available for these classes. To register, call Continuing Education at (910) 695-3980 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and 8 a.m.-Noon on Fridays. All major credit cards are accepted. Pre-register at Pre-registrations must be made two days before class starts.

Summer Semester

The summer semester begins on May 25 and June 29 for curriculum classes. Our Continuing Education classes have varied start dates throughout the semester.

Summer semester curriculum (college credit) classes are open to current, returning, and new students. Local students attending colleges outside of the area are welcome to take courses this summer at SCC. Credits can transfer back to the university, saving students time and money. New students can apply online, and an advisor will assist in registering for classes. Current or returning students may register using Self-Service or by meeting with their Advisor.

Fall Semester

A fall semester flightPath publication will be mailed to all Moore and Hoke County homes mid-July and will contain information about the Continuing Education classes set to begin August through December and all curriculum programs.

Curriculum classes will begin on August 16. In addition to the traditional 16-week semester, there will be two eight-week sessions, one beginning August 16 and the second October 14. Students can take a mix of full-semester classes alongside eight-week sessions. These online and hybrid classes can lead to an Associate in Arts degree or three Business Certificates with additional program classes to be added Spring Semester 2022.

CCP Classes for High School Students

High school juniors and seniors can take SCC classes at no cost by enrolling in the Career and College Program (CCP). The program has 47 Career Technical pathways, 13 Continuing Education pathways and 54 college transfer courses. High school students can contact their counselor to learn more or follow the “Programs” link from the college’s home page, then click “High School Programs.”

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