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If you have an interest in problem-solving, working with your hands, or making a drawing come to life, consider a career in the skilled trades. Different positions are available from repairing heating and air conditioning units to installing fiber optic cable to working as a maintenance technician in a local apartment complex. Gain the knowledge and skills you need today for a career in building, construction and other vocational trades.

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Carpentry ICAR-3124A7
Learn the basics of framing by building a storage shed. Students will learn to have a solid grasp of common residential framing practices. In addition, students will be able to layout and construct floor systems, walls and ceilings, install windows and exterior doors, inst...
Carpentry IICAR-3124B7
This course covers the advanced theory and construction methods associated with the building industry including interior finishes, pre-finish flooring and installing drywall. Topics include safety, hand/power tool use, measurement and layout, interior trim and finish, and ot...
Certified Apartment Maintenance Technician Training (CAMT)MNT-3066B7
This course prepares students for entry-level employment in maintenance in the rental housing industry. It covers interior and exterior maintenance, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and appliance repair - and includes lectures and hands-on labs. On completion, students will have...
Certified Forklift Maintenance Technician Part 1MNT-3112A7
The Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) credentialing system leading to a CFT covers core competency areas, as defined by MSSC’s industry-led, nationally validated skills standards for higher skilled, front-line material handling workers working to maintain, repair,...
Certified Forklift Maintenance Technician Part 2MNT-3112B7
The Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) credentialing system leading to a Certified Forklift Technician (CFT) covers core competency areas, as defined by MSSC’s industry-led, nationally validated skills standards for higher skilled, front-line material handling work...
Construction Management: 101CAR-3118D3
This course focuses on the processes and tasks required for management of construction projects. You will get a brief review of construction history as well as a discussion of materials, safety, methods and techniques, budgeting/estimating, scheduling, interpretation of cont...
Core CurriculumCAR-3108K1
Students involved in this course will complete the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) Core Curriculum, the 10-Hour Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Course in Construction Safety, the American Heart Association (AHA) Cardio-Pul...
DrywallSEF-3001P7
A one-day training course that is designed to focus on basic drywall installation. Students will learn to measure, cut, hang and install sheetrock on pre-built wood stud mockups.
Electrical Contractors Exam PrepELC-3100A3
This course prepares students for all classifications of the North Carolina Electrical Contractor’s Exam, with special focus on limited, intermediate, and unlimited classifications. Build knowledge and skill in calculations, branch and feeder conductor and overcurrent sizing...
Electrical Standard Inspection Level ICOD-3104A7
The purpose of this course is to familiarize new code enforcement officers with the use and application of the National Electrical Code as it pertains to Level I electrical inspection. Students will be prepared to sit for the NC DOI certification exam.
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