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Programs of Study
Automotive Service Technology provides training in brakes, electrical systems, engine performance, and suspension/steering systems.
Computerized Machining Technology teaches students how to work with laser engravers, CNC milling equipment, 3D printers and more, using Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) and Manufacturing (CAM) software.
Air Conditioning Technology focuses on training students in installation and servicing of central air conditioning systems and a variety of refrigeration equipment.
Health Information Technology prepares students to go into a variety of health related positions health information assistants, pharmacy technicians, and other areas.
Industrial Technology trains the student in a number of different skills including hydraulics, electricity, drafting, hand tools, and welding.
Power program is designed to train students to repair vehicles such as powerboats, motorcycles, ATVs, and outdoor power equipment.
Welding Technology degrees prepare students for entry-level positions in a wide range of industries. Industry job include aerospace, automobile manufacturing, shipbuilding or pipeline construction.
The Diesel Technology program is designed to prepare students to become part of the field that powers heavy duty engine systems and other industry equipment in the world of diesel technologies.