Course Offerings

Class Title

Class Description



NCCER Construction Site Safety Technician

This comprehensive standardized safety training deals with site-specific hazards and provides unparalleled national recognition. These credentials are designed for Safety and Industry Professionals looking to jumpstart their safety career, find employment, or bolster their resume with nationally accredited certifications.

2 weeks



NC3 welding Safety, Welding processes, and OSHA 10

12-16 weeks


NCCER Electrical Level 1

This curriculum trains individuals in NCCER Core, OSHA 10, and Electrical level 1. The electrical program introduces students to all aspects of entry and intermediate level and safety requirements relating to residential, light industrial and light commercial electrical applications to enable them to enter into the electrical field as electrical apprentices.

12 weeks


NCCER Heavy Equipment Operator

The Heavy Equipment Operator Level 1 curriculum includes: orientation to the trade, heavy equipment safety and identification, basic operational techniques, earth moving and grading. The program includes hands-on training using simulation equipment and certification from National Center for Construction and Education Research (NCCER) for those who complete the training successfully.

16 weeks


 Machine Tool Technologist

An instructional program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to plan manufacture assemble test and repair parts mechanisms machines and structures in which materials are cast formed shaped molded heat treated cut twisted pressed fused stamped or worked.

13 weeks



The NCCER Core Curriculum course covers the basic principles and skills of working in the construction industry. Key content includes:  Basic Safety, Introduction to Construction Math, Introduction to Hand Tools, Introduction to Power Tools, Construction Drawings,

Basic Rigging, Basic Communication Skills, Basic Employability Skills, and Materials Handling. Also included is an introductory workshop to high-wage/high-demand craft-skill careers. This course also includes OSHA 10 training and NSC Forklift training.

5 weeks


Precision Machining-Manual

Precision machining is what produces a number of both large and small objects that we use in daily life. Each intricate piece that makes up an object requires one level or another of a machinist's skills. Likewise, a tool or machine that has been worn down will often require machine tool calibration, welding, or grooving by a precision machinist. From the production of aircraft aluminum alloys to surgical bone drilling devices and custom automotive tools, precision machining reaches into every technology and industry, including oil and gas. Students will gain knowledge of blue print reading.  Basic Mill operations and basic lathe operations to create projects.

12 weeks


NCCER Maritime Pipefitting

The Marine Pipefitting program prepares individuals for a variety of entry-level positions in the marine/industrial setting. Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters install and repair pipes that carry liquids or gases to and in businesses, homes, and factories. Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters typically do the following:

  • Install pipes and fixtures
  • Study blueprints and follow state and local building codes 
  • Determine the amount of material and type of equipment needed
  • Inspect and test installed pipe systems and pipelines •
  • Troubleshoot systems that are not working.

12 weeks



Powered Industrial Truck

The Powered Industrial Truck (PIT) training will receive operator and spotter certification for scissor lift, boom lift, forklift and telescoping forklift. The majority of the course will consist of students maneuvering and serving as spotters for each piece of equipment.

8 contact hours


Diesel Technology

The diesel technology program provides opportunities to obtain the fundamental knowledge, skills, and training needed for employment or career advancement as a diesel technician. The course covers the theory, operation, diagnosis, and service of hydraulic, air, drum, disc, parking, and power assist brake systems.

32 weeks includes externship


Certified Fiber Optics Technician (CFOT)

CFOT course is based on an extensive knowledge of fiber optics technology and application as well as demonstrated skills in appropriate tasks. Most work in the industry as contractors or installers. Consultants, network designers, estimators and trainers would also be expected to have such credentials.  CFOTs are also involved with the manufacture of fiber optic components such as cables, patch cords, active devices and communications systems.  However, the CFOT certification has been structured as a general technology certification, not aligned to any specific job function. A well-prepared fiber optic technician will have a CFOT plus appropriate specialist certifications (CFOS) for the skills needed for the job (OSP, spicing, connectors, testing, design, etc.) and applications (FTTH, OLAN, Wireless, etc.)

27 contact hours


Certified Fiber Optics Specialist in Splicing


The CFOS/S course is based on Stripping fiber, cleaning fiber, Planning A Fiber Optic Network, cleaving fiber, loading fiber on slicing machine, Run Fusion splicer program, loading fiber on heat shrink, managing fiber on splice tray(cassette), Managing fiber in closure, Managing fiber in patch panels.


***Recommended Perquisite*** CFOT within previous 6 months or one-year Fiber Optics related experience

9 contact hours


Certified Fiber Optics Specialist in Testing


CFOS/Testing – This is the FOA certification for specialist certification covering fiber optic testing intended for technicians involved in the design, installation, testing, troubleshooting or maintenance of fiber networks.  This course offers advanced training with testing and maintenance of fiber optics networks. A focal point in the program is to offer a general, easy to understand, approach to fiber optics testing standards with little theory and considerable hands on activities. This comprehensive program explains the variety of testing standards, equipment and technological approaches used in fiber network testing and splicing and how to choose among them. This 85% hands on course explores the overall spectrum of testing and maintenance of single mode fiber optics networks and provides a detailed overview.

9 contact hours