b'Rolls Royce will train apprentices through two MGCCC Technology programsPrecision Manufacturing and Machining Technology instructor Willy Showah, front, with student Jesus Avila working on some of the equipment Rolls Royce Pascagoula apprentices will be using at MGCCC.MGCCC signed an agreement with RollsLast year, the company broke ground Royce Pascagoula to provide trainingon millions of dollars in upgrades to to apprentices in Computer NumericalthePascagoulafacility,including Control (CNC) machine operator, finisher,construction of a new 26,000-square-welder, and foundry worker programs.foot building, with new foundry and The apprentices will participate inmachining equipment.both the Welding Technology and Precision Manufacturing and Machining Technology programs beginning inDuring 2020-2021, August 2021. MGCCC worked with The Pascagoula facility manufacturesalmost 50 business-and-most of the propulsion systems used by U.S. Navy ships, including aircraftindustry partners to train carriers, destroyers and other vessels. Itnearly 12,500 individuals is the only private foundry and only one of two foundries in the U.S. qualifiedthrough workforce and to cast and machine propellers for theother noncredit training.Navy surface fleet.17'