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Computer Aided Design

Construction

Electrical Trades Preparation

Electrician Apprentice Related Instruction

HVAC Technologies Apprentice Related Instruction

Plumber Apprentice Related Instruction

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Computer Aided Design

The Computer Aided Design (CAD) program prepares students for entry-level employment as a Computer Aided Designer in one of the following industries: Architecture, Structural, Civil, Interior Design Drafting, Manufacturing – Model Development, and Rapid Manufacturing Design.

  • Time:Day/Eve
  • Cost/Mth*:$258
  • Tuition & Fees*:$2,885
  • Hours*:1,200
  • Length*:11 mos.
  • Wage/Hr*:$10 - $35
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Construction

This program provides students with an introduction to the various disciplines and occupations in the construction industry and prepares them for entry-level positions. Students who complete the certificate and obtain related employment will have the option to continue training as apprentices in their chosen craft and receive state, national, and industry certifications.

  • Time:Day / Eve
  • Cost/Mth*:$200
  • Tuition & Fees*:$645
  • Hours*:240
  • Length*:3 mos.
  • Wage/Hr*:$9 - $21
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Electrical Trades Preparation

While the apprenticeships meet the need of individuals who are already working in industry, the Electrical Trades Preparation Certificate was developed to meet the preparatory needs of individuals who are not yet employed in the field. The Electrician Trades Preparation Certificate allows high school and adult students to gain knowledge and hands-on experience before entering an Apprenticeship program.

  • Time:Day / Eve
  • Cost/Mth*:$290
  • Tuition & Fees*:$1,205
  • Hours*:500
  • Length*:4 mos.
  • Wage/Hr*:$8 - $23
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Electrician Apprentice Related Instruction

As an Electrician Apprentice you will install and maintain electrical systems that provide light, power, heat, refrigeration, and air-conditioning. You will place wiring in buildings and repair electronic controls on equipment. Some of your responsibilities will be reading blueprints and placing electrical conduits inside walls, partitions, ceilings, and other areas. You will feed insulated wire through conduits and install various kinds of electrical equipment, including transformers, circuit breakers, outlets, and switches.

  • Time:Eve
  • Cost/Mth*:Call
  • Tuition & Fees*:$3,405
  • Hours*:720
  • Length*:48 mos.
  • Wage/Hr*:$15 - $33
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HVAC Technologies Apprentice Related Instruction

HVACR Service Technicians install, service, and troubleshoot heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration equipment and controls. Students who complete the program will receive local, state and industry certification that is recognized throughout the United States. Although an apprenticeship requires students to have an employer sponsor, students may begin this program without an employer sponsor. As soon as students are employed in the HVAC industry, the Office of Apprenticeship will work with your employer to complete the application so they can become an apprentice sponsor. The process is free and very simple. Apprentices must complete on-the-job training to obtain a certificate of completion from the Office of Apprenticeship up to 8000 hours.

  • Time:Eve
  • Cost/Mth*:Call
  • Tuition & Fees*:$2,365
  • Hours*:680
  • Length*:24 mos.
  • Wage/Hr*:$13 - $36
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Plumber Apprentice Related Instruction

As a plumber, you will install, repair and maintain plumbing systems and fixtures in residential, commercial, institutional or public buildings. You will get to cut, thread, assemble, weld, solder, and caulk water pipes and joints. You will read blueprints, drawings and specifications to determine the layout of plumbing systems, water supply networks and waste and drainage systems. As a plumber, you will design, install, troubleshoot, and repair plumbing systems, fixtures, piping equipment, and controls. These piping systems may be used to transport water, gases, or hot liquids. Plumbers work in cooperation with other building professionals to ensure the project meets all specifications, code, and safety requirements to ensure efficient completion of any project.

  • Time:Eve
  • Cost/Mth*:Call
  • Tuition & Fees*:$3,405
  • Hours*:720
  • Length*:48 mos.
  • Wage/Hr*:$14 - $34
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* Average time to complete is based on full-time attendance (30 hours/week). Estimated cost is based on full-time attendance and includes tuition and fees. Does not include supplies and materials. Hours represent an estimated time students are in class. *Wage data is based on overall average wage of entry and experienced employees. Information was collected from ONET.

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