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Oklahoma A-XP offers engineers a pathway into the aerospace industry

by The 100 Companies

Rose State College (Rose State) has provided an opportunity for engineers to enter the second-largest industry in Oklahoma — aerospace. Through a partnership with Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology (OSUIT), Rose State’s Aerospace and Cybersecurity Center of Workforce Excellence delivered an Oklahoma Aerospace Expansion Program (Oklahoma A-XP) for engineers seeking to bridge their skills in the aerospace field.

Oklahoma A-XP is a six-week course designed to provide oil and gas engineers, as well as engineers from other industries, an applicable understanding of critical aerospace terms, fundamentals, logistics and systems.

To learn more about the Center of Workforce Excellence, visit their website.

Andrew Aston, Jones PR

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