The Building Maintenance Program will train you and allow you to gain the experience you need to obtain an entry-level position in a custodial occupation.
In this program, students gain basic skills to build wood structures. The program is ideal for students who enjoy working with their hands, working with tools, and can follow step-by-step instructions.
From blueprints to a complete house, Construction Technologies students receive the "hands-on" training area contractors are looking for in future employees. The Construction Technologies program teaches students the basics of many construction trade careers. Building Trades skills are in high demand and graduates have many job opportunities.
Students learn to organize themselves and prepare materials for cleaning. Activities include general room and floor cleaning with set-up.
This program produces students with the skills needed to excel in a number of promising career opportunities. Emphasis is placed on the National Electrical Code as well as local electrical codes.
In this two-year program, you will work on gas, oil, and electric furnaces, heat pumps, brazing projects, central air conditioning and refrigeration systems.
Networks of wires and cables link electric power, phone and cable television lines to customers' homes. These networks are constructed and maintained by line installers and cable splicers. You will learn the skills needed for this career field by enrolling in the Power Line Technician program.