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Careers in skilled trades revolve around planning, managing, and maintaining environments, machines, or materials. Professionals who work in skilled trades are:

Observant | Coordinated | Practical

Explore the programs we offer in the skilled trades fields!

CNC student in class

Advanced Manufacturing

Advanced Manufacturing is a 2-year program focused on teaching students to become machinists and learn how to:

  • Calculate and measure dimensions of completed products or workpieces to verify conformance to specifications
  • Digitally Design 3 Dimensional objects
  • Learn to operate Mills, saws, lathes, grinders, laser engravers, and heat-treating machinery
  • Operate metal or plastic forming equipment such as CNC machines and 3D printers
automotive tech students in class

Automotive Technology

Automotive Technology is a 2-year program focused on teaching students how to become entry-level service technicians by learning and performing:

  • Diagnostic testing
  • Repairing engines, air systems, and brakes
  • Testing electrical systems
  • Aligning suspension systems
  • Transmission maintenance and repair
collision students in class

Collision Repair Technology

Collision Repair Technology is a 2-year program focused on teaching students how to become an entry-level body shop technicians by teaching:

  • Tool identification and function
  • Non-structural repair techniques
  • Surface preparation and painting
  • Flat, vertical, and overhead MIG welding
person working with drill press

Construction Technology

Construction Technology is a 2-year program that prepares students for entry-level work in the construction field by teaching:

  • Blueprint reading and building code and ordinance compliance
  • Cost Estimation
  • Framing, drywall, roof framing, and finish work
  • Tool and equipment identification and operation and usage
  • Interior and exterior finishing
  • Our students build an actual house
diesel mechanic working on car

Diesel Technology

Diesel Technology is a 1-year program in a high demand field that prepares students for entry-level work as a diesel mechanic by teaching:

  • Heavy-duty starting and charging of engines
  • Heavy-duty brake repair
  • Lighting and instrumentation
  • Body and electrical system
construction student and teacher

Facilities Maintenance Technician

Facilities Maintenance Technician is a 1-year program focused on teaching students how to:

  • Perform basic electrical and plumbing functions
  • Inspect mechanical equipment and appliances to locate damage, defects, or wear and make appropriate repairs
  • Paint, drywall, and carpentry skills
  • Pool maintenance
HVAC technician working on air duct

Heating & Air Conditioning Service Technology

Heating and Air Conditioning Service Technology is a 1-year program focused on teaching students:

  • The principles of electricity as they relate to air systems
  • Servicing of heating, ventilation, or air-conditioning (HVAC), and refrigeration systems or components
  • Repairing or replacing worn, damaged, or defective mechanical parts
  • Conferring with customers to assess issues and resolution options
motorcycle tech student

Motorcycle Service Technology

Motorcycle Service Technology is a 2-year program focused on preparing students to become entry-level service technicians by teaching:

  • Tool identification and usage to perform specific tasks or functions
  • Inspection of vehicles to determine overall condition
  • Conferring with customers to assess problems and repair solutions
  • Observing and testing equipment in operation to detect potential problems
  • Replacement of worn, damaged, or defective mechanical parts and basic maintenance
worker working with welding tool

Welding

Welding is a 2-year program focused on teaching students how to:

  • Operate welding equipment
  • Read blueprints
  • Measure dimensions of completed products or workpieces to verify conformance to specifications
  • Select production equipment according to product specifications
  • Adjust equipment controls to regulate gas flow

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