Trade & Industry

For those interested in auto-body repair, precision machining welding technologies, industrial maintenance and more, our programs in Trade and Industry will help you develop the skills you need for a successful career.

Welding Supply List

Supplies Needed: Writing Utensil & Paper. All other supplies see Welding Supply List
Length

2 - 50.5 weeks

Depending on structure and availability.

Fee Information

$150 - $9200

Programs vary according to teachers.

Duration: 100 Clock Hours/18 Instructional Weeks

Fee: $950.00

As one of the top earning careers, Machining is a secure career that requires critical thinking and hands-on expertise. Students enrolled in Precision Machining will learn a wide variety of machining skills from CNC (Computer Numerical Control) to manual machining on lathes, mills, and grinders.

Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED, Drivers License or Photo ID, Workeys Assessment

#5033  |  Meets 2 Days Per Week
(6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.)

September 16, 2019 (Monday/Wednesday)
February 24, 2020 (Monday/Wednesday)

Certificate of Completion

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Duration: 404 Clock Hours/50.5 Instructional Weeks

Fee: $9200.00

Industrial Maintenance is a specifically designed modulated program made up of electrical, fluid power, and mechanical. This program is designed to further educate personnel in industrial-based maintenance work as well as those individuals wanting to transition into that position. This high demand career field contains three areas of concentration which include industrial electricity, fluid power, and mechanical. Students will study content in all three areas of concentration through computer simulation, hands on training systems, course materials, and online testing. This program will prepare students to enter the workforce in an entry-level maintenance technical position.

Program Education Requirements: HS Diploma or GED, Drivers License or Photo ID, WorkKeys Assessment

#5050  | Meets 2 Days Per Week
(6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.)

August 19, 2019 (Monday/Wednesday)
August 20, 2019 (Tuesday/Thursday)

January 13, 2020 (Monday/Wednesday)
January 14, 2020 (Tuesday/Thursday)

May 6, 2020 (Monday/Wednesday)
May 7, 2020 (Tuesday/Thursday)

Completion Certification

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Duration: 156 Clock Hours/19 Instructional Weeks

Fee: $3500.00

Electrical Systems is a specific component in the realm of industrial maintenance. This course is dedicated to the understanding and application processes of the various types of electrical systems found within the industry. Students will focus in electrical structures such as AC/DC, motor controls, sensors, wiring systems, relay controls, and rotating machines. Students will utilize computer, online, and lab-based simulation scenarios to develop knowledge, skills, and a deeper understanding of electricity, specific to maintenance.

Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED, Drivers License or Photo ID, WorkKeys Assessment

  • There is an initial one time, 4 hour Mathematics LAP for any single modulated program selected.

5050-E  |  Meets 2 Days Per Week
(6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.)

August 19, 2019 (Monday/Wednesday)
August 20, 2019 (Tuesday/Thursday)

January 13, 2020 (Monday/Wednesday)
January 14, 2020 (Tuesday/Thursday)

May 6, 2020 (Monday/Wednesday)
May 7, 2020 (Tuesday/Thursday)

Certificate of Completion

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Duration: 124 Clock Hours/15 Instructional Weeks

Fee: $2700.00

Mechanical Systems are a specific component in the realm of industrial maintenance. This course is dedicated to the understanding and application processes of the various types of mechanical components imperative to the continuation of the company. Students will focus in four levels of mechanical drives and centrifugal pumps. Students will utilize computer, inline, and lab-based simulation scenarios to develop knowledge, skills, and a deeper understanding of mechanics, specific to maintenance.

Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED, Drivers License or Photo ID, WorkKeys Assessment

  • There is an initial one time, 4 hour Mathematics LAP for any single modulated program selected.

5050-M  |  Meets 2 Days Per Week
(6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.)

January 13, 2020 (Monday/Wednesday)
January 14, 2020 (Tuesday/Thursday)

May 6, 2020 (Monday/Wednesday)
May 7, 2020 (Tuesday/Thursday)

Certificate of Completion

 

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Duration: 132 Clock Hours/16.5 Instructional Weeks

Fee: $3000.00

Fluid Power Systems is a specialized area in maintenance. This course is dedicated to the understanding an application processes of the various types of fluid power ran systems found within the industry. Students will focus in fluid systems such as pneumatics, hydraulics, and electro-fluid power systems. Students will utilize computer, online, and lab-based simulation scenarios to develop knowledge, skills, and a deeper understanding of electricity, specific to maintenance.

Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED, Drivers License or Photo ID, WorkKeys Assessment

  • There is an initial one time, 4 hour Mathematics LAP for any single modulated program selected.

5050-FP  |  Meets 2 Days Per Week
(6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.)

January 13, 2020 (Monday/Wednesday)
January 14, 2020 (Tuesday/Thursday)

May 6, 2020 (Monday/Wednesday)
May 7, 2020 (Tuesday/Thursday)

Certificate of Completion

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Duration: 153 Clock Hours/9 Instructional Weeks

Fee: $1400.00

Welding is a widely used in a variety of modern industries but is not limited to manufacturing, architectural, structural, ship building, transportation, fossil fuels, among many more. Welding encompasses study in electrical, metallurgy, chemistry, physics, and design. Individuals in the welding field may work on various structures including but not limited to bridges, buildings, pressure vessels and heat exchangers. This would include welding items such as boilers, storage vessels, transmission and transportation vehicles for water, land, air travel, and production and processing machines of all types. Students will learn the four major welding types to be a well-rounded individual trained for any position within the welding industry.

Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED, Drivers License or Photo ID, WorkKeys Assessment

#5099-01  |  Meets 4 Days Per Week
(5:15 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.)

January 6, 2020 (Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday)
March 16, 2020 (Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday)
May 26, 2020 (Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday)

Certificate of Completion
Any AWS Welding Certifications taken by student

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Duration: 612 Clock Hours/36 Instructional Weeks

Fee: $4000.00

Welding Technology is widely used in a variety of modern industries but is not limited to manufacturing, architectural, structural, ship building, transportation, fossil fuels, among many more. Welding encompasses study in electrical, metallurgy, chemistry, physics, and design. Individuals in the welding field may work on various structures including but not limited to bridges, buildings, pressure vessels and heat exchangers. This would include welding items such as boilers, storage vessels, transmission and transportation vehicles for water, land, air travel, and production and processing machines of all types. Students will learn the four major welding types to be a well-rounded individual trained for any position within the welding industry.

Program Entrance Requirements: High School Diploma/GED, Drivers License or Photo ID, WorkKeys Assessment

#5099  |  Meets 4 Days Per Week
(5:15 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.)

January 6, 2020 (Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday)

Certificate of Completion
Any AWS welding Certifications taken by student

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As you can see, students are active & hand on in their program. This is a showcase of Hands-On Learning turning into Real-World Experience.

Hands on Learning. Real World Experience.