Construction Technologies

Hands-on learning, problem-solving, and in-demand careers

WHO ARE THESE
PROGRAMS FOR? 

A common theme in this industry is loving to work with your hands and having an understanding of problem-solving to troubleshoot a wide range of issues. We work closely with local experts to insure that our teaching material is relevant and prepares students for careers in the construction technology field.

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Electrical
residential 

Electricians are among the highest-paid employees in the construction industry according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Our students love working with their hands while also utilizing their skills to solve complex electrical issues.

Learn the skills needed to confidently take the Residential Journeyman Exam.

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Electrical 
Commercial

This program expands on the teachings in the residential electrical course. It also expands your career options, including commercial work, which is often more complex, presenting unique challenges and obstacles.

Expand on the skills learned in the Residential Electrician program.

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Plumbing
Residential

Plumbing Apprentices will be working in residential settings, assembling, installing, and repairing water, drainage, and heating systems. Our students enjoy problem-solving and working with their hands.

Learn the skills needed to confidently take the Residential Journeyman Exam.

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Plumbing
COmmercial

This program expands on the teachings in the residential plumbing course. And by combining problem-solving, technical knowledge, and mechanical skills You will find yourself in an industry that is disaster-resistant, providing great job security.

Expand on the skills learned in the Residential Plumbing program.

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HVACR
Technician

Becoming an HVACR (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration) technician means learning to install, troubleshoot, and repair heating, cooling, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems.

Understand how Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration work.