Industrial Technologies

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Air Transportation/FAA Drone Operator

Gain the technical knowledge and skills to safely fly and navigate aircraft. Learn the principles of aircraft design and performance, aircraft flight systems and controls, flight crew operations and procedures, radio communications, navigation procedures and systems, airways safety and traffic regulations, and governmental rules and regulations pertaining to piloting aircraft. Certification Year 1:FAA (Federal Aviation…

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HVAC

Learn residential Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems and servicing.  Be ready for direct employment in residential and light commercial HVAC service and installation.  Study the refrigeration cycle, electrical controls, and master brazing and soldering. Certifications OSHA 10 EPA 608 Refrigerant Handling Certification Things to Consider About this Program Students need to be 18…

Diesel Mechanics

Learn to use advanced computer diagnostic systems and how to inspect and check systems Troubleshoot, repair, and perform preventative maintenance on diesel engines Learn about the related electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and refrigeration systems

Heavy Equipment Operations

Learn about and Operate different types of heavy equipment including Skid Steer, Backhoe, Forklift, Loader, Excavator, and more. Students also visit industry workplaces, demonstrate their learned skills in competitions, perform work at a mine, and have industry professionals visit the classroom. Professionals in this career field are in high demand and have a variety of…

Energy Technology

Prepare to learn about installation, repair, and maintenance of electrical infrastructure systems, or the basics of the gas-line industry, industry pipe fitting and gas-line infrastructure systems in our Energy Technology program. Work towards earning your certification for direct employment and become eligible for TEP’s pre-apprenticeship program. Certifications OSHA 10 NCCER Core 1 NCCER Core 2…

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Computer Aided Design (CAD) / Architectural Drafting

Apply technical knowledge and skills to develop working drawings and electronic simulations for architectural and related construction projects. This program includes instruction in basic construction and structural design, architectural rendering, architectural-aided drafting (CAD), layout and designs, architectural blueprint interpretation, building materials, and basic structural wiring diagramming. Learn basic drafting and design fundamentals using AutoCAD and…

Welding Technologies

Learn the shielded metal arc welding skills and processes used in construction or other field welding applications. Certifications American Welding Society (AWS) D1.1 Structural Steel Certification in SMAW  2F  American Welding Society (AWS) D1.1 Structural Steel Certification in SMAW  3G, 4G Things to Consider About This Program In this program you are a high school…

Architectural Drafting

Learn architectural terminology, blueprint interpretation, and measurement, scale, and engineering concepts in design drafting Create technical drawings and use CADD/VDCM (computer-aided design and drafting/virtual design and construction modeling) software to set up scale, format, dimensioning, etc. Draft floor, foundation/basement, roof, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, ceiling, window and door schedule, cabinet elevation, etc., plans for residential and…

Cabinetmaking

Build skills for a successful woodworking business including estimating supplies and labor costs; learning safe wood products manufacturing procedures; and practicing cabinetmaking skills and equipment use Cut and shape rock; apply wood veneers and plastic laminates; demonstrate principles of joinery; and assemble wood products using fasteners, adhesives and hardware Demonstrate finishing materials and processes on…

Carpentry

Identify regulations and procedures for job site safety, hazards, lifting heavy objects, and fires Learn how to use carpentry hand, portable and stationary power tools/equipment Understand building blueprints, plans, specifications, codes, drawing dimensions Perform concrete/masonry work; cutting and shaping stock; assembling and fastening components; wall, ceiling, and roof framing; interior and exterior finishing; floor, door,…

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Construction Technologies

Learn all aspects of construction including design, estimating, carpentry, masonry, plumbing, electrical, and welding. Students also visit industry workplaces, demonstrate their skills in competitions, and have industry professionals visit the classroom. Certifications OSHA 10 Construction NCCER Core Heartsaver CPR & First Aid Training Things to Consider About this Program Ability to lift 50 lbs Ability…

Automotive Collision Repair

While training in a full-scale auto shop learn how cars work, automotive maintenance, dis-assembly and assembly repairs, and workplace safety Become proficient working with metal, plastic, fiberglass, and relevant equipment/machines Master refinishing techniques using appropriate materials Earn SkillsUSA membership, participate in competitions, internships, high school credit, and I-CAR certification  

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CNC & Machine Inspection / Precision Manufacturing

Learn fundamental skills in machine shop operations, including CNC (Computer Numerical Control) operation, positioning and coordinate systems, and finished part inspection. This certificate program incorporates theory and hands-on learning techniques to prepare students for entry-level positions in factories and machine shops. Certification NIMS Measurement and Safety And NIMS Layout Direct Employment Machinist CNC Machine Operator…

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Aviation Technology

Learn basic skills in aircraft general mechanics, including common safety practices used when working on and around aircraft and related support equipment, how to identify and use applicable maintenance publications and documents, and knowledge and understanding of Federal Aviation Administration regulations. This program is designed to expose students to aircraft maintenance and will give them…

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Automotive Technologies

Learn how to understand, diagnose and repair today’s complex automobiles through direct instruction and the CDX online automotive training system. Do engine performance diagnosis and repair, evaluate and fix brakes, maintain and repair cooling, steering, suspension, electrical, and electronic systems. Certifications NC3/Snap-On 525 Multimeter Certification Things to Consider About this Program In this program you…