Career Paths

Welding – 130 hrs of training on 4 welding processes on light gage metal and heavy metal. (SMAW, GMAW, GTAW, and CAW).

Industrial Sheet Metal – 130 hrs of training Heavy sheet metal layout, bending, how to figure bend allowances and use of power equipment required to form heavy metal.

Commercial HVAC – 160 hrs of training Fabrication, installation, layout procedures for ductwork, and use of equipment used in this work. (shear, brake, turning machines are a few examples).
Service – 160 hrs training on commercial and residential refrigeration, troubleshooting and repairing of cooling and heating systems.

Safety - We incorporate Safety training in each of these Career Paths, as well as OSHA 30 and OSHA 10  training with a certificate, which is currently required to work on most jobs. 


Related Classes:

Sheet Metal Math – Formula’s, work related math, training on calculators specifically designed for sheet metal workers.

License Preparation – Prepare students to take State Mechanical License test.

Plans and Specs – How to read Engineer and Architects drawings and job specifications. 

Autocad – use of Computer Aided Drafting.

Foreman and Project Management Training

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