Technical Trade Courses

Auto Repair Course – Preventive Maintenance

Auto Service Technician: NSDC Course

Basics of Electrical Technology Course

Carpentry Course – Introduction to Construction Methods

Carpentry Course – Introduction to Formwork and Joinery

Carpentry Studies Course

Developing Career Resilience

Developing Your Job Search Skills

Electrical Studies Course

Home Maintenance – Home Inspection Course

How to Plan Your Career Path

Introduction to Basic Electrical Drawings and Test Equipment

Introduction to Carpentry Course

Introduction to Electrical Wiring Systems Course

Introduction to Masonry Course

Introduction to Oil Country Tubular Goods (OCTG)

Introduction to Plumbing Course

Introduction to Plumbing Course – Pipes and Fixtures

Introduction to Plumbing Course – Tools and Drawings

Introduction to Running Pipe in Oil and Gas Wells

Introduction to Steel Course

Introduction to the Electrical Trade Course

Machining Technician – Lathe: NSDC Course

Maintaining and Servicing Home Appliances Course

Plumbing Studies Course

Understanding Drainage and Water Distribution Systems

Unlocking Your Employability

Over the years the term “technical trades” has morphed into several different phrases. Some differentiate between mechanical trades and electrical trades. A few define certain fields as construction trades.

Some skilled trades jobs require a license or certification but most do not. The most common jobs that require a license or certification are the health fields , mechanical trades, cosmetology and truck driving.

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