2023-2024 Course Catalog

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Carpenters make up the largest building trade occupation in the industry. Well-trained carpenters with all-around skills are in high dema...

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Electrical: Commercial Inside Wireman

Commercial electricians install, maintain and repair electrical systems in and around structures. They install raceways, wiring and other...

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Electrical: Low Energy/Sound & Communication Technician

The low energy/sound and communication technician (“O6”) work scope includes the installing, servicing, and maintaini...

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Electrical: Residential Wireman

Residential Wireman electricians install, maintain and repair electrical systems in and around structures. They install raceways, wiring ...

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A glazier is a tradesperson who works with glass and glass substitutes. Tasked with cutting, installing, and removing glass of all kinds,...

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Heavy Equipment Operator

Heavy Equipment Operators (HEO) not only work on regular construction building jobs, but also on infrastructure projects (roads, bridges,...

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HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning) systems technicians work on residential and commercial buildings installing and maintain...

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As the field of construction becomes more dependent on the use of complex equipment and machinery and a broader selection of materials an...

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A career in the painting trade can include painting houses, commercial buildings, bridges and industrial sites. A well-trained painter wo...

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Plumbers install, maintain, and repair many different types of water and waste systems. The plumbing work scope includes systems that mov...

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Scaffold Erector

A scaffold erector is responsible for the set up and dismantling of temporary scaffold. These craft professionals construct various types...

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Sheet Metal

Sheet metal workers primarily work in installing ductwork for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR). Sheet me...

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