Use your hands and your mind to invent, construct, or repair cars, machines, buildings, and more.
Launch a career in manufacturing by learning the basics of welding, fabrication, computer numerical control (CNC) machine operation, computer-aided drafting and design, and machining to qualify for a variety of exciting and rewarding positions.
Get ready for employment in the automotive field by learning all aspects of automotive repair. Three pathways offered: automotive technology tune-up and engine repair; power train and chassis; and maintenance and light repair. Program features partnerships with major auto manufacturers and local dealers.
Learn skills and knowledge to enter residential or commercial construction fields as a builder, supervisor or manager in building, manufacturing, and maintenance.
Start your Engineering training with either an Associate of Science degree or classes that will transfer to Iowa schools.
Receive college credit for previously acquired knowledge and experience
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