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Work in Building & Industrial Technology

Automation means the skilled trades jobs of today require a variety and high levels of skills. Train for an entry level job, change careers, or improve your skills in Building & Industrial Technology.

Industries include aerospace & defense, construction, energy & sustainability, life sciences, manufacturing, facilities, and numerous associated service providers. Technician and technical support jobs include design, production, installation, service, maintenance, and management.

With our professional instructors who have real world experience, you will be workforce ready in no time.

Building and Industrial Technology training options

3D Printing and Digital Fabrication

3D Printing, Digital Fabrication, and Additive Manufacturing technology is dramatically lowering the cost of prototyping and certain types of production. 

Apartment, Building, and Facility Maintenance

All types of buildings require maintenance, and maintenance is a large portion of operating expenses. Maintenance areas include electrical, plumbing, heating, and various types of equipment.

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Automated Production Technology

Today's leading manufacturers use computer-driven equipment. Automation requires high skill levels for technicians to program and operate Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines, and to maintain advanced manufacturing systems. 

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Automotive and Diesel Technology

Today's technology laden vehicles require a high level of inspection, testing, and maintenance skills. Diesel technicians typically work on large vehicles and trucks.

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Computer-Aided Design (CAD)

Computer-Aided Design (CAD) skills are used to design buildings, civil engineering projects, and mechanical items before they are built.

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Construction Technology

Many people may name carpentry, electrical, and plumbing when they think of the skilled construction trades. Training may also include construction specific safety courses, blueprint reading, and estimating.

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Environmental courses include training and testing to satisfy regulatory requirements but also renewable and green related training.

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Facility Management

Facility management requires multiple types of training to ensure a building functions correctly, not only in terms of management, but also technology.

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Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration (HVACR)

An HVACR Technician may install, service, or repair heating and air conditioning systems in residences or commercial establishments.

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Occupational Safety and Health

Specific safety training may be required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or other federal / state agency, and can be industry specific.

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Welding skills are required in construction, manufacturing, and maintenance. Types of welding include Shielded Metal Arc (Stick), Gas Metal Arc (MIG), and Gas Tungsten Arc (TIG).

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