The chemical technical professional plays a vital role in the chemistry enterprise. They work in production, quality control, safety, and research in laboratories.
If handling chemicals, conducting experiments, and running analyses, and interpreting data appeals, consider education and training as a chemical technical professional.
Numerous specialties within chemistry include:
How to become a chemical technical professional
See the different education options to become a chemical technical professional
An official permit grants permission to perform a job by state of resident.
Intensive courses that lead to a digital badge verifies possession of certain, specific skills.
Short focused programs by community colleges and professional organizations to verify a specific set of skills.
Two year degrees granted by community colleges and some universities.
May be required by some positions but most are open to those without a four year degree.