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Bookkeeper

Accounting

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If you're detail orientated, this degree program could lead to a successful accounting career. Learn how to maintain records of accounts and handle business transactions for sales, expenses, payments, purchases and inventories. You'll learn to prepare, review and interpret financial reports, which is critical information that helps management make business decisions. You'll also gain skills in Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, computerized accounting software, payroll, cost accounting and tax preparation. These services are essential for virtually any type of business, industry or government operation.

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Training and Development Specialist

Human Resources, A.A.S.

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Human resources professionals help managers and directors find, train and motivate employees. In this program you will gain skills to recruit individuals and coordinate hiring and orientation processes for new employees. You’ll learn how to maintain important personnel records and how to administer safety, training, and recognition programs. In this career field, your duties may include developing and implementing compensation and benefits packages and overseeing legal compliance. Also learn about employment law, labor relations, insurance administration and budgeting for human resources functions. You will be well equipped for this rewarding and important career field.

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Logistician

Supply Chain Management

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Supply chains can be found in every business and industry. You may have heard it called logistics, purchasing, distribution or material management. These jobs are in high demand, and you can get the skills you need to be a part of this ever-changing and growing career field. In the Supply Chain Management program, you'll learn all about the flow of goods and services from sourcing of materials, through manufacturing and distribution, and delivery to the customer. Your training will even include a course where you'll apply your knowledge in a variety of real-life supply chain scenarios.

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Supply Chain Operations Specialist

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Learn all about supply chain operations: the flow of goods and information from point of origin to the point of consumption. You'll learn about transportation, inventory control, materials management, operations management, purchasing, international business, logistics management and sustainability for the supply chain. You'll be ready to take the APICS Basics of Supply Chain Management exam.

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Transportation Industry

Aircraft Mechanic

Aircraft Electronics, A.A.S.

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If you love airplanes and electronics, this is the degree program for you. As an aircraft electrician, you'll install, inspect, test, repair, and align communication, navigation and flight control systems. You’ll learn the theory and practice of avionics and gain the skills necessary for a career as an entry-level avionics technician. Spend more than half of your time in hands-on experience with modern avionic systems and associated test equipment. When you're done, you'll be ready for certification by the National Center for Aerospace & Transportation Technologies. Once you earn the Aircraft Electronics degree, with only one additional year of instruction, you can also complete the Airframe & Powerplant Mechanics program. (Transfer students, please see Additional Information tab below for FAA requirements.)

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Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics Technical Diploma

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Aviation maintenance technicians play an important role in keeping aircraft safe and ready to fly. This program prepares you for Federal Aviation Administration certification which allows a mechanic to inspect and maintain U.S.-registered civil aircraft. Through hands-on training you’ll learn to inspect, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain aircraft structure and aircraft engines. You’ll also learn the details of maintenance documentation, recordkeeping and certification, as well as how to read technical drawings and diagrams. This career field requires a high standard of integrity and ethics. Are you ready? (Transfer students, please see additional FAA information below.)

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Auto Body Technician

Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing Technician Technical Diploma

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With this program, you’ll be ready for employment in a body shop, auto dealer shop, paint company or insurance company, among others. You’ll learn how to repair dents in vehicle bodies and will also repair plastic parts on vehicles. Your training includes the replacement of bolted-on parts such as doors, fenders and trunk lids. You’ll also learn about the structural repair of conventional frames and weld-on panels such as quarter panels and roofs. This program also covers vehicle paint preparation and paint techniques for spot repair and complete vehicle refinishing.

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Vehicle Finishing and Repair Technology, A.A.S.

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This degree prepares you for work in refinishing and repairing many types of vehicles, including emergency vehicles and fire apparatus, as well as work in the aviation and transportation industries. Your hands-on training will give you the skills you need to remove, repair and replace damaged sheet metal, plastic and composite parts. You’ll gain a thorough understanding of the unique characteristics of the various material types, and will learn all about color and topcoat application techniques. You’ll also learn how to estimate project costs and how to deal professionally with customers. The addition of math, communication and social science courses provides you with a well-rounded education to help advance your career.

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Auto Mechanic

Automotive and Light Duty Truck Technician Technical Diploma

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Automotive repair work will be your specialty in this career field, where you'll find employment in a professional service garage or dealership. Your hands-on training will give you a good working knowledge of all the systems used in late model cars. You'll learn how to accurately diagnose issues and identify the necessary repairs. In addition to engine testing and rebuilding, your training will cover fuel injection systems, on-board diagnostics, climate control systems, electrical systems, brakes, transmissions, steering and suspension systems and more.

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Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair Technician Technical Diploma

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Gain the necessary skills for a high-demand, maintenance-centered automotive career. With this technical diploma, you’ll receive hands-on training in braking systems, automotive electrical systems, and steering and suspension systems, plus you’ll also earn a Quick Service Technician certificate. The skills you learn in this program have a strong emphasis on being a professional in the automotive work environment and prepare you to complete the ASE G1 test.

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Automotive Quick Service Technician Certificate

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Gain the necessary skills for a high-demand, entry-level automotive career. This certificate will include hands-on training in mechanical and environmental safety, as well as methods of proper use of personal protective equipment. You’ll learn how to complete a work order, navigate service information, perform inspections, oil changes, base maintenance items, and have a basic introduction to tire mounting and balancing. This program has a strong emphasis on professionalism in the automotive work environment.

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Automotive Technician - Imports Technical Diploma

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There is a continuing need for skilled automotive technicians, and this program gives you the skills for today’s high tech imports. You’ll learn how to use the special tools needed for the repair of import vehicles. You will also study electrical and electronic systems, brakes and traction control systems, engine performance, engine repair, transmissions, air conditioning systems, steering and suspension systems, and hybrid vehicles. Your hands-on training will prepare you for Master Technician status, which is required by many dealerships. You’ll be job-ready with this program.

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Automotive Technology - Imports, A.A.S.

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The high demand for skilled import automotive technicians will put you in the driver’s seat in this career field. Your hands-on training includes electrical and electronic systems, brakes and traction control systems, engine performance, engine repair, transmissions, air conditioning systems, steering and suspension systems, and hybrid vehicles. You’ll learn about all eight areas of Automotive Service Excellence, along with hybrid vehicles. Courses in math, communications and social science will give you a well-rounded education to help advance your career. You will be prepared to become a Certified Master Technician, which is required by many dealerships. You’ll be job-ready with this program.

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Automotive Technology GM ASEP, A.A.S.

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If your career goal is to become a GM certified automotive technician, then this is the program for you. This General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program (GM ASEP) will give you the skills and experience to work in a GM dealership service department or AC Delco certified repair facility. Your training will help you become a top-level technician who specializes in the diagnostics and repair of GM vehicles, including on-vehicle computers, automatic transmissions, climate control systems, electrical systems and engines. You’ll work with the latest GM products and technology. This hands-on program will have you well on your way to a successful career as a GM certified technician.

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Automotive Technology, A.A.S.

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This program will give you the skills necessary for the typical automotive service department, along with a broad knowledge base and well-rounded education to advance in your career. You’ll get an overview of the auto service industry, as well as learning how to diagnose, service and repair the wide range of engine and auto components. In addition to engine repair and rebuilding, your training will cover electrical systems, brakes, transmissions, fuel injection systems, on-board diagnostics, climate control systems, steering and suspension systems and more. Elective courses allow you to pursue a specialty or gain experience through an internship at a local automotive shop. You’ll be well equipped for the career you desire. See Additional Information below for a unique opportunity with Bergstrom Automotive.

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GM Express Service Technician Technical Diploma

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Learn the necessary skills for a high-demand, maintenance-centered career in a General Motors (GM) dealership or ACDelco repair center. With this technical diploma, you’ll receive training in braking systems, automotive electrical systems, steering and suspension systems. The coursework will prepare you for the ASE G1 test and earn you GM factory training credit. Your training will include a strong emphasis on being professional in the workplace.

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Truck Driver

CDL Straight Truck Certificate

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There's a high demand for professional truck drivers, and this program will help you earn your Class B commercial driver's license. You'll learn to operate various types of vehicles such as van body, stake body and dump body delivery trucks. As a professional truck driver, you are responsible for the safe, efficient delivery of goods between locations. You'll have lots of time behind the wheel learning how to maneuver trucks into tight parking spaces, through narrow alleys and up to loading platforms. You'll develop backing and driving skills through classroom, lab, range and roadway experiences. Communications with fellow drivers, dispatchers, shippers, mechanics and law enforcement personnel will also be covered. In addition, you'll learn how to complete the necessary paperwork and appropriate inspections. You'll get the skills, knowledge and certifications you need to hit the road with your Class B commercial driver's license (CDL) in your new career.

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Truck Driving Technical Diploma

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There is a strong demand for professional truck drivers, and this program can help you prepare for an exciting career on the road. As a professional truck driver, you are responsible for the safe, efficient delivery of goods between locations. You'll have lots of time behind the wheel learning how to maneuver trucks into tight parking spaces, through narrow alleys and up to loading platforms. You'll develop backing and driving skills through classroom, lab, range and roadway experiences. You'll also cover communications with fellow drivers, dispatchers, shippers, mechanics and law enforcement personnel. In addition, you'll learn how to complete the necessary paperwork and appropriate inspections. You'll have the skills, knowledge and certifications you need to earn your Class A commercial driver's license (CDL) and start your career.

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Construction Equipment Service Technician (FABTECH) Technical Diploma

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Get the skills you need to perform preventive maintenance, field service and repairs on a variety of compact and heavy Caterpillar® construction equipment. You’ll also obtain skills in engine testing, diagnostics, engine overhauling, air conditioning and shop safety. In a year, you could be on the job earning a good income at Fabick Cat, your exclusive Cat Dealer for the entire state of Wisconsin, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and throughout major portions of Missouri and Illinois. This technical diploma is one of two required. The 40 credits earned in the Diesel Engine Service Technician program will apply, leaving you with just 15 additional credits needed to complete this technical diploma.

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Diesel Engine Service Technician (FABTECH) Technical Diploma

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There is a shortage of skilled diesel engine specialists. This program will provide you with the skills required to perform engine overhauls, testing, fuel system repairs and diagnostics on Caterpillar® diesel engines. In less than a year, you could be on the job earning a good income at Fabick Cat, your exclusive Cat Dealer for the entire state of Wisconsin, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and throughout major portions of Missouri and Illinois. This technical diploma is one of two required. The 40 credits earned in this program are applied to either the Diesel Construction Equipment Service Technician program or the Diesel Power Generation & Marine Service Tech program.

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Diesel Equipment Mechanic Technical Diploma

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Get the entry-level skills you need to get started in a high-demand career in commercial motor vehicle maintenance and repair. With this technical diploma, you’ll receive classroom theory and hands-on training in heavy-duty diesel engine maintenance, air and hydraulic brake systems, drivetrains, steering and suspensions, and electrical systems. You’ll have the opportunity to work on our fleet of over 75 diesel-powered over-the-road tractors and 55 trailers giving you a broad learning experience.

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Diesel Equipment Technology, A.A.S.

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Skilled diesel technicians are in high demand. Get the skills you need for a great career in commercial motor vehicle maintenance, repair and advanced diagnostics. With this associate degree, you’ll receive in-depth theory and extensive hands-on training in heavy-duty diesel engine maintenance, air brake and hydraulic brake systems, drivetrains, steering and suspensions, and electrical systems. You’ll also gain skills in diesel engine rebuild and repair, engine systems, computer control systems and advanced drivetrain systems while you work on our fleet of over 75 diesel-powered over-the-road tractors and 55 trailers. The addition of math, communication, and social science courses provides you with a well-rounded education to help advance your career.

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Public Service Industry

Teacher Assistant

Assistant Teacher Technical Diploma

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The Assistant Teacher technical diploma will prepare you to work as a program assistant in a variety of early childhood settings. Aligned with The Registry's Preschool Credential, this degree is perfect for individuals working with children three to five years of age and combines hands-on fieldwork with course work. Completion of this certificate will place you at Registry Level 10.

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Infant and Toddler Certificate

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Infant and toddler professional caregivers play a vital role in the respectful, responsible and reciprocal care of the youngest children in an early childhood setting. Upon successful completion, you’ll be awarded a certificate and prepared for the Infant Toddler credential from The Registry, Wisconsin's Recognition System for the Childhood Care and Education Profession.

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Teacher Aide Certificate

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The Teacher Aide certificate will prepare you to work in a variety of early childhood settings. This certificate is a good fit for you if you're looking to satisfy the state of Wisconsin entry-level requirements for Licensed Group Care Centers (Registry Level 7).

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Preschool Teacher

Child Care Administrator Certificate

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Lead teachers or program directors currently employed in early childhood programs will benefit from this certificate. You will receive an overview of the roles and responsibilities of administrators in early childhood programs, and will learn about budgeting, fiscal management, marketing, licensing and accreditation, as well as operations and facility management. You’ll also explore best practices relating to child growth and development to help you establish a quality child care program. Upon completion, you'll be prepared for the administrator credential from The Registry, Wisconsin's Recognition System for the Childhood Care and Education Profession.

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Early Childhood Education Technical Diploma

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The Early Childhood Teacher technical diploma will prepare you to work as a teacher in a variety of early childhood settings. This degree is specially designed for individuals working with children birth to eight years of age and combines hands-on fieldwork with course work. Completion of this certificate will place you at Registry Level 11.

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Early Childhood Education, A.A.S.

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Love being around children? This degree program provides you with skills specific to developing and supervising young children. You'll learn about child development, relationships, behavior and diversity. You'll also learn how to create curriculum and give children positive guidance. Gain skills in observation and assessment, health, safety and nutrition. Throughout the program, you will apply what you're learning in actual early childhood settings. Your career in early childhood education is just a hop, skip and jump away.

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Early Childhood Teacher Technical Diploma

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The Early Childhood Teacher technical diploma will prepare you to work as a teacher in a variety of early childhood settings. This degree is specially designed for individuals working with children birth to eight years of age and combines hands-on fieldwork with course work. Completion of this certificate will place you at Registry Level 11.

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Family Child Care Certificate

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If you plan to provide childcare in a home or family setting, this certificate program will help you examine child development, quality standards, community resources, health and wellness, and family partnerships. You’ll also learn how to promote desired outcomes through play-based learning, observation and assessment. Choose additional courses to gain skills for curriculum planning, strategies for guiding behavior or care for children at various developmental stages. Upon completion, you'll be prepared for the family child care credential from The Registry, Wisconsin's Recognition System for the Childhood Care and Education Profession.

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Infant and Toddler Certificate

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Infant and toddler professional caregivers play a vital role in the respectful, responsible and reciprocal care of the youngest children in an early childhood setting. Upon successful completion, you’ll be awarded a certificate and prepared for the Infant Toddler credential from The Registry, Wisconsin's Recognition System for the Childhood Care and Education Profession.

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Infant and Toddler Certificate

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Infant and toddler professional caregivers play a vital role in the respectful, responsible and reciprocal care of the youngest children in an early childhood setting. Upon successful completion, you’ll be awarded a certificate and prepared for the Infant Toddler credential from The Registry, Wisconsin's Recognition System for the Childhood Care and Education Profession.

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Criminal Investigator

Child Protection Investigator Certificate

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Gain skills to aid the investigation and prosecution of child abuse and child predator cases. Learn how to collect forensic evidence of child abuse and how to interview victims and interrogate suspects. Your training will teach you the proper procedures for handling and managing child abuse, missing child or neglected child cases. These specialized skills can open up new opportunities for you.

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Cyber Crime Investigation Certificate

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Cyber crime is a growing concern in today’s technology-based environment. Through a combination of information technology and criminal justice courses, you will get the knowledge and skills to investigate computer and Internet-related crime. You’ll learn techniques hackers use and how to tighten network security. You’ll also learn about state and federal laws regarding the search and seizure of electronic evidence. Finally, you’ll learn how to preserve, verify and analyze data stored on computers.

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Evidence Technician - Advanced Certificate

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Add to your investigative and evidence collection skills with this certificate. Learn to investigate fire scenes and crash scenes. Gain skills and techniques in forensic anthropology to identify human remains and assist in the detection of crime. You’ll also learn how to use the structure and biology of insects in death scene investigations. These skills will take you further in your law enforcement career.

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Evidence Technician Certificate

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If you are a law enforcement or security professional, this certificate can give you the skills to carefully collect and preserve physical crime scene evidence. You’ll learn how to examine and reconstruct crime scenes, as well as how to collect, analyze and protect biological and trace evidence. Through hands-on experience, you’ll learn techniques for detecting and recovering impression evidence such as footwear marks, fingerprints, tool marks and tire treads. You will become a valuable member of the investigative team.

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Forensic Science, A.A.S.

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Forensic science is a fascinating field where law enforcement meets scientific investigation. Your training will introduce you to crime scene management, criminal law and constitutional law. You will learn how to identify, document, collect, preserve and analyze physical evidence. Gain experience with biological evidence such as DNA, as well as fingerprints and footwear impressions, trace evidence, tool marks and more. You’ll also develop skills for crash scene investigation, and property and evidence management. Then you can enhance your credentials with a concentration in either physical evidence or digital evidence. An internship gives you hands-on, real-world experience to help you prepare for entry-level positions in the forensic science field.

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Forensic Science, A.A.S.

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Forensic science is a fascinating field where law enforcement meets scientific investigation. Your training will introduce you to crime scene management, criminal law and constitutional law. You will learn how to identify, document, collect, preserve and analyze physical evidence. Gain experience with biological evidence such as DNA, as well as fingerprints and footwear impressions, trace evidence, tool marks and more. You’ll also develop skills for crash scene investigation, and property and evidence management. Then you can enhance your credentials with a concentration in either physical evidence or digital evidence. An internship gives you hands-on, real-world experience to help you prepare for entry-level positions in the forensic science field.

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Private Investigation Specialist Certificate

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If you want to become a licensed private or corporate security investigator, this is the program for you. You’ll learn how to locate witnesses, search public records, conduct background investigations and investigate insurance claims. You’ll also develop the skills to conduct criminal defense investigations and financial asset investigations. An exciting and interesting career awaits when you complete this certificate.

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Security and Asset Protection, A.A.S.

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The need for skilled physical/cyber security and asset protection personnel, as well as entry-level law enforcement officers, is growing. This degree program will give you a diverse background in asset protection technology, risk management, security law, physical and cyber security, private investigations, and an introduction to the criminal justice system. You'll also learn how to conduct security surveys and address security concerns affecting businesses, manufacturers and residential buildings. With this degree, you'll be ready for an entry-level position in numerous important and valued career fields.

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Correctional Officer

Corrections Certificate

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Learn the skills and knowledge to become a corrections officer or advance your career in corrections. You’ll learn about the history and organization of the penal system, including programming, services and inmate populations. You’ll also cover security, policy development, ethics and administration. Your training will include correctional law, and the sociology of correctional institution populations.

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Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement 720 Academy Technical Diploma

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This program is specifically designed for those with a minimum of 60 accredited college-level credits who seek to meet Wisconsin certification requirements as a law enforcement officer. In this role, you’ll be responsible for the preservation of law and order in your community. You’ll learn numerous skills related to the profession of law enforcement. Your training will also include crime prevention, crime investigation, vehicle patrols and assisting the public. This program includes in-class fitness training and other physical education such as defensive tactics and fire arms training. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to practice your skills with hands-on training and scenario-based field simulations.

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Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement 720 Academy Technical Diploma

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This program is specifically designed for those with a minimum of 60 accredited college-level credits who seek to meet Wisconsin certification requirements as a law enforcement officer. In this role, you’ll be responsible for the preservation of law and order in your community. You’ll learn numerous skills related to the profession of law enforcement. Your training will also include crime prevention, crime investigation, vehicle patrols and assisting the public. This program includes in-class fitness training and other physical education such as defensive tactics and fire arms training. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to practice your skills with hands-on training and scenario-based field simulations.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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Join the ranks of those who protect and serve with a rewarding career in criminal justice. You’ll gain an overview of the role of the criminal justice system in our society and will become familiar with law enforcement, corrections, criminal procedures, juvenile law and constitutional law. In addition, you’ll gain skills in communication, crime prevention, report writing and forensic science applications. This program will prepare you for a career in many of the criminal justice related fields.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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Join the ranks of those who protect and serve with a rewarding career in criminal justice. You’ll gain an overview of the role of the criminal justice system in our society and will become familiar with law enforcement, corrections, criminal procedures, juvenile law and constitutional law. In addition, you’ll gain skills in communication, crime prevention, report writing and forensic science applications. This program will prepare you for a career in many of the criminal justice related fields.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement 720 Academy Technical Diploma

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This program is specifically designed for those with a minimum of 60 accredited college-level credits who seek to meet Wisconsin certification requirements as a law enforcement officer. In this role, you’ll be responsible for the preservation of law and order in your community. You’ll learn numerous skills related to the profession of law enforcement. Your training will also include crime prevention, crime investigation, vehicle patrols and assisting the public. This program includes in-class fitness training and other physical education such as defensive tactics and fire arms training. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to practice your skills with hands-on training and scenario-based field simulations.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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Join the ranks of those who protect and serve with a rewarding career in criminal justice. You’ll gain an overview of the role of the criminal justice system in our society and will become familiar with law enforcement, corrections, criminal procedures, juvenile law and constitutional law. In addition, you’ll gain skills in communication, crime prevention, report writing and forensic science applications. This program will prepare you for a career in many of the criminal justice related fields.

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Forensic Science, A.A.S.

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Forensic science is a fascinating field where law enforcement meets scientific investigation. Your training will introduce you to crime scene management, criminal law and constitutional law. You will learn how to identify, document, collect, preserve and analyze physical evidence. Gain experience with biological evidence such as DNA, as well as fingerprints and footwear impressions, trace evidence, tool marks and more. You’ll also develop skills for crash scene investigation, and property and evidence management. Then you can enhance your credentials with a concentration in either physical evidence or digital evidence. An internship gives you hands-on, real-world experience to help you prepare for entry-level positions in the forensic science field.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Technician - Advanced Certificate

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Ready to take your EMT career to the next level? If you already hold a Wisconsin EMT-Basic license and meet other admission requirements, this program gives you the skills necessary for Wisconsin Intermediate Technician certification. You’ll train to respond on an Advanced Life Support ambulance. Learn to monitor vital signs, administer advanced drug therapy, cardiac monitoring, oxygen and IV therapy. After successful completion, you qualify for Wisconsin licensure, and the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians-Advanced EMT Certification.

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Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic Technical Diploma

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This diploma program equips you for advanced life-saving service to your community. Paramedics provide efficient, emergency pre-hospital care and continue care during transport. You’ll learn to assess the patient, provide advanced airway management and deal with a variety of medical emergencies. You’ll also learn to administer nebulizer treatment and life-saving drugs, and provide care for trauma patients, including infants and children. Your training will also cover legal and ethical issues, effective communications and medical terminology. Lab practice, scenario-based exercises and supervised experiences with actual patients will help you prepare for the National Registry certification examinations and qualify for Wisconsin licensure.

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Emergency Medical Technician Technical Diploma

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Knowing you can make a positive difference in the life of a patient is at the core of this rewarding career. As a member of the emergency medical services team, you will learn how to evaluate the nature and extent of various illnesses and injuries, and administer prescribed medical treatment at the site and during transport. You’ll learn the knowledge and skills to respond to and treat cardiac arrest and critical medical and trauma situations. After successful completion, you will qualify for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians-Basic certification examinations and will be eligible for Wisconsin licensure.

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Fire Protection Technician, A.A.S.

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Firefighters provide a special service to the community, protecting people and their property with fire prevention and protection efforts. To prepare for this career field, you’ll learn the principles of fire behavior, management, prevention and protection systems, as well as other emergency services. Your training will include knowledge of building construction and the use of water in fire protection. You’ll also learn about hazardous materials, rope, confined space and trench rescue, as well as EMT-Basic certification training. Through realistic classroom simulation and hands-on experience, you will master the knowledge and techniques to save lives and property in our FESHE aligned program. With this training, you’ll be ready for numerous Wisconsin firefighter certifications. Get started on this exciting, rewarding career.

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Fire Protection Technician, A.A.S.

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Firefighters provide a special service to the community, protecting people and their property with fire prevention and protection efforts. To prepare for this career field, you’ll learn the principles of fire behavior, management, prevention and protection systems, as well as other emergency services. Your training will include knowledge of building construction and the use of water in fire protection. You’ll also learn about hazardous materials, rope, confined space and trench rescue, as well as EMT-Basic certification training. Through realistic classroom simulation and hands-on experience, you will master the knowledge and techniques to save lives and property in our FESHE aligned program. With this training, you’ll be ready for numerous Wisconsin firefighter certifications. Get started on this exciting, rewarding career.

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Environmental Field Technician

Environmental Health and Safety Certificate

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Environmental health and occupational safety have an important impact on business and industry. In this program, you will learn about regulatory standards and the inspection process. You’ll also learn about the prevention of risk factors in the workplace, as well as accident investigation and reporting. As part of your training, you will complete a series of simulated reports and policies to prepare you for entry-level work in this interesting field.

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Firefighter

Fire Protection Technician, A.A.S.

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Firefighters provide a special service to the community, protecting people and their property with fire prevention and protection efforts. To prepare for this career field, you’ll learn the principles of fire behavior, management, prevention and protection systems, as well as other emergency services. Your training will include knowledge of building construction and the use of water in fire protection. You’ll also learn about hazardous materials, rope, confined space and trench rescue, as well as EMT-Basic certification training. Through realistic classroom simulation and hands-on experience, you will master the knowledge and techniques to save lives and property in our FESHE aligned program. With this training, you’ll be ready for numerous Wisconsin firefighter certifications. Get started on this exciting, rewarding career.

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Social Services Assistant

Gerontology Certificate

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Whether you are pursuing a professional career involving care for the elderly or are a family caregiver or volunteer, this certificate program will give you the knowledge and skills needed to be able, compassionate and resourceful. You’ll learn about the physical and psychosocial aspects of aging, as well as public policy, community resources, and safety concerns. This certificate program will prepare you to serve the growing elderly population.

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Human Services Assistant Technical Diploma

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The Human Services Assistant technical diploma is ideal if you’re looking to assist and provide client services in a wide variety of fields such as psychology, rehabilitation or social work, including support families. This technical diploma will provide you with strong skills in interviewing, communicating, building rapport for trusting relationships and counseling techniques for professions where this is key. Upon graduation, you’ll be able to assist clients in identifying and obtaining available benefits and social and community services. You’ll also be able to assist social workers with developing, organizing and conducting programs to prevent and resolve problems relevant to substance abuse, human relationships, rehabilitation or dependent care. As an embedded technical diploma, this program ladders fully into the Human Services associate degree program.

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Human Services, A.A.S.

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The Human Services associate degree program will train you to provide education, support, care, advocacy and/or crisis intervention in a human service agency. You'll acquire the skills needed to work with individuals, groups and communities. Key components of this degree include: cultural awareness and an understanding of diverse cultural groups, a responsible attitude, commitment to serve others and effective communication skills. You'll gain occupational experience through Internship 1 and Internship 2 or will engage in the community through Service Learning.

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Substance Abuse Counselor Education 360 HR Comprehensive Program Certificate

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If you already hold the Wisconsin Substance Abuse Counselor (SAC)-IT level credential, this program will help you meet the Department of Safety and Professional Services requirements for the SAC credential. You’ll develop the skills to interview clients for the assessment and diagnosis of substance abuse. In addition, you’ll gain an understanding of mental disorders that co-exist with substance disorders and develop your group facilitation skills. You’ll also learn about case management and the related documentation.

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Substance Abuse Counselor in Training Certificate

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If you already have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a human services field and want to meet the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services educational requirement for the SAC-IT credential, this program will help. You’ll learn basic information about substance abuse counseling, including clients’ rights and clinical ethics. You’ll also gain an understanding of addiction and explore best practices for counseling clients.

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Substance Use Disorder Counseling, A.A.S.

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Help people break free from the grip of substance abuse. In this rewarding career, you will work with a team of health and social services professionals to provide alcohol and other drug abuse (AODA) treatment services. Through classroom, laboratory and internship experience, you’ll develop skills in counseling, diagnosis, treatment planning, group facilitation and crisis management. You’ll also learn how to respect clients' rights and understand the complexity of addiction illnesses. This degree prepares you for entry-level work in licensed AODA facilities such as clinics, hospitals and community residential facilities, as well as correctional facilities, employee or student assistance programs, and various community and social service agencies.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal, A.A.S.

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Become an essential member of the legal office team with a paralegal degree. You'll work under the supervision of lawyers to draft and interpret legal documents; select, compile and use technical legal information; analyze and resolve legal procedural problems; and recognize and manage potential ethical conflicts. Your work will support and prepare attorneys with investigation, interviews and preparation, though paralegals cannot give legal advice or represent clients in court. Courses cover legal research, legal technology and law office management. Industry professionals teach the procedures and the laws you need to function effectively in a law office or a related legal field. The program includes a paralegal internship where you will practice the knowledge and skills you gained in class.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology, A.A.S.

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Manufacturers are using machine automation and controls to produce quality products faster and more efficiently. These automated systems also provide critical information to help managers make good business decisions. The ability to produce a product while providing data is an important part of automation. Businesses need skilled people to design and build systems that integrate multiple technologies. With this degree, you could qualify for those high-tech careers. Learn about electronics, computers, control systems, programming, robots, fluid power, sensors and more. You will be able to install, program, design, troubleshoot and repair automated systems.

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Electrical and Instrumentation Apprentice

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As an Electrical & Instrumentation Technician, you’ll be the one who installs, services, troubleshoots, and performs preventive and predictive maintenance functions on equipment. Your training will include maintenance and installation of motors, starters, motor control centers, programmable controllers, control panels, electrical control systems and transformers. You’ll also learn how to repair, test, adjust, calibrate and install industrial controls. This apprenticeship-training program requires you to first be employed so you can get the most out of on-the-job learning with related instruction in a classroom

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Electrical Maintenance Certificate

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Industrial electrical maintenance skills are in high demand in today's advanced manufacturing industries. This program will focus on the fundamentals of electrical safety, electronics, power distribution, and the design and construction of an industrial control panel. You'll learn electrical and electronic theories through interactive hands-on labs. After completing this certificate, credits earned will apply toward an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic technical diploma, Electro-Mechanical Technology or Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology associate degrees.

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Electrical Maintenance Certificate

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Industrial electrical maintenance skills are in high demand in today's advanced manufacturing industries. This program will focus on the fundamentals of electrical safety, electronics, power distribution, and the design and construction of an industrial control panel. You'll learn electrical and electronic theories through interactive hands-on labs. After completing this certificate, credits earned will apply toward an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic technical diploma, Electro-Mechanical Technology or Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology associate degrees.

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Electro-Mechanical Technology, A.A.S.

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If you’re a good problem solver who enjoys working with your hands, this might be a good career choice for you. You will learn to install, troubleshoot and repair complex machinery for business and industry. You’ll gain knowledge and skills related to electronics, pneumatics, hydraulics, mechanical devices, industrial computers, sensors, instrumentation equipment and automated systems. You’ll also learn to calibrate instruments, write programmable logic controller (PLC) programs, tune closed loop automated systems and design products. Excellent career opportunities await graduates of this degree program.

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Mechanical Maintenance Certificate

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Prepare to enter the ever-evolving field of Mechanical Maintenance. In this introductory program, you’ll focus on hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical machine concepts, drawings and print reading. Once you’ve completed this certificate, use what you’ve learned towards an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic technical diploma, Electro-Mechanical Technology associate degree or Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology associate degree.

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Mechanical Maintenance Certificate

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Prepare to enter the ever-evolving field of Mechanical Maintenance. In this introductory program, you’ll focus on hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical machine concepts, drawings and print reading. Once you’ve completed this certificate, use what you’ve learned towards an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic technical diploma, Electro-Mechanical Technology associate degree or Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology associate degree.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Automation and Maintenance, Advanced Certificate

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This certificate is designed for experienced engineering and maintenance technicians. You'll advance your automation skills using PLCs, HMI's, sensors, robotics, vision systems, safety controllers and devices, and servo motion control. You'll also learn how to integrate multiple industrial devices to create a working manufacturing cell. After completing this certificate, credits earned will apply toward Electro-Mechanical Technology or Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology associate degrees.

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Controls Maintenance Certificate

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Today’s machines are controlled with great precision, speed and repeatability. In the Controls Maintenance certificate program, you’ll gain a detailed understanding of how machines are wired, programmed and controlled. Motor and drives fundamentals, programming concepts, touch panels and complete system troubleshooting techniques are covered through classroom materials and various hands-on lab activities. Once you’ve completed this certificate, use what you’ve learned towards an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic technical diploma, Electro-Mechanical Technology associate degree or Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology associate degree.

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Electrical Maintenance Certificate

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Industrial electrical maintenance skills are in high demand in today's advanced manufacturing industries. This program will focus on the fundamentals of electrical safety, electronics, power distribution, and the design and construction of an industrial control panel. You'll learn electrical and electronic theories through interactive hands-on labs. After completing this certificate, credits earned will apply toward an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic technical diploma, Electro-Mechanical Technology or Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology associate degrees.

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Electrical Maintenance Certificate

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Industrial electrical maintenance skills are in high demand in today's advanced manufacturing industries. This program will focus on the fundamentals of electrical safety, electronics, power distribution, and the design and construction of an industrial control panel. You'll learn electrical and electronic theories through interactive hands-on labs. After completing this certificate, credits earned will apply toward an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic technical diploma, Electro-Mechanical Technology or Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology associate degrees.

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Industrial Maintenance Foundations Certificate

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This career field offers a variety of opportunities to problem solve and work with your hands. You'll gain a high level of technical skills to prepare you for an entry-level position working with industrial machinery. Your training will include an introduction to electrical motors and safety, control devices and power systems. You'll also learn about blueprints, rigging and lifting, and computer-aided design.

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Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Technical Diploma

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This career field offers plenty of opportunity to problem solve and work with your hands. You’ll gain a high level of technical skills to prepare you for an entry-level position working with industrial machinery. Your training will include an introduction to electrical motors and safety, control devices and power systems. You’ll also learn about blueprints, rigging and lifting, and computer-aided design. You’ll get hands-on experience applying what you’ve learned in the machine shop.

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Mechanical Maintenance Certificate

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Prepare to enter the ever-evolving field of Mechanical Maintenance. In this introductory program, you’ll focus on hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical machine concepts, drawings and print reading. Once you’ve completed this certificate, use what you’ve learned towards an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic technical diploma, Electro-Mechanical Technology associate degree or Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology associate degree.

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Mechanical Maintenance Certificate

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Prepare to enter the ever-evolving field of Mechanical Maintenance. In this introductory program, you’ll focus on hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical machine concepts, drawings and print reading. Once you’ve completed this certificate, use what you’ve learned towards an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic technical diploma, Electro-Mechanical Technology associate degree or Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology associate degree.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Industrial Engineering Certificate

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Become a highly skilled industrial technician with up-to-date knowledge of tools, machines, language and regulations as they apply in manufacturing. Your courses will cover topics like facility planning, material handling, work measurement and engineering economics.

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Industrial Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Prepare to be an effective team member and problem solver in any industry. In this program, you'll learn the important tools of industrial engineering like motion and time study and ergonomics. You'll also gain insight into lean production principles and learn how to use structured problem-solving methodologies including Six Sigma, 8D and PDSA (Plan-Do-Study-Act) to identify root causes and implement corrective actions. You'll also learn to apply the tools and techniques that support these methodologies to improve the workplace around you.

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Industrial Manufacturing Technician Apprentice

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As an entry-level industrial manufacturing technician, you’ll operate industrial production-related equipment, work with manufacturing-related tools and perform work processes related to a wide variety of manufacturing settings. As an apprentice, you’ll learn to set up, operate, monitor and control production equipment, as well as, help improve manufacturing processes and schedules to meet customer requirements. This apprenticeship-training program requires you to first be employed so you can get the most out of on-the-job learning with related instruction in a classroom. When you complete the program, you’ll be ready for journey-level work.

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Manufacturing Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Looking for a fun yet challenging career where you can use hands-on skills to solve problems? The Manufacturing Engineering Technology program will prepare you to work in all types of manufacturing industries designing and improving processes. You’ll develop a broad background and gain hands-on experience in many areas including manufacturing processes, automated manufacturing, computer-aided design and manufacturing, fixture and tooling design, and mechanical and electrical system design. Lean production principles, project management, engineering economic analysis and communication skills are also important parts of this program. Get ready for a fulfilling career working with people at all levels to ensure the success of your organization.

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Process Technician Technical Diploma

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Become a highly skilled industrial technician with up-to-date knowledge of tools, machines, language and regulations as they apply to manufacturing. Your training will cover topics like facility planning, material handling, work measurement and engineering economics.

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Machinist

Machine Tool Technician Technical Diploma

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Machinists make up the majority of workers in the metalworking trades, and create parts for machinery, transportation, printing and paper companies. Your work will involve setting up the machines, operating the controls and checking the accuracy of the work. You’ll learn how to shape metal parts to precise dimensions, and will gain skills using a variety of hand and electric tools including lathes, milling machines, grinders, drill presses and saws.

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Machinist Apprentice

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There are many employment opportunities for skilled machinists in the Fox Valley region. Machinists operate various machine tools like lathes, milling machines, drill presses, planers and grinders. Many of today's machine tools are operated using computer numeric control (CNC) technology. As a fully trained machinist, you will program, edit and operate CNC machine tools. You'll also learn how to read and interpret blueprints, troubleshoot problems and understand manufacturing processes. This program requires you to first be employed and includes four years of on-the-job training and classroom instruction.

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Tool and Die Apprentice

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Tool and die makers produce the tools, dies and special guiding and holding devices used for mass production in metalworking industries. You’ll learn to use computer numerical control (CNC) and computer-aided design (CAD) technology to design and manufacture these products. Other skills you’ll gain include blueprint reading, machine techniques and welding. This program requires you to first be employed and involves five years of on-the-job training and classroom instruction.

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Communications Industry

Broadcast Engineer

Broadcast Captioning, A.A.S.

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You've read the scrolling captions for the hearing–impaired on your TV screen. The person providing instantaneous text of programs is trained in realtime transcription techniques and technology. These skills can also be used to provide CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation) for hearing-impaired students in educational as well as public settings. If you're an excellent listener, enjoy keyboarding, have strong language and communication skills, are committed to accuracy and able to work on deadline, a career in broadcast captioning may be a perfect fit for your talents.

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

Computer Applications in Automation Certificate

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This certificate is a great starting point to gain new skills in computer software applications used in industrial automation settings. You’ll read blueprints while designing and drawing objects with AutoCAD and use Microsoft Office for foundational skills necessary as a technician.

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Computer Programming in Automation Certificate

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If you have an interest in computer programming concepts and structures used in industrial automation settings, then this certificate is a great starting point. You’ll develop and edit various PC-based programs, learning solid fundamental programming structures to apply in PLC, HMI, robotic, safety and other industrial programming applications.

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IT Development Certificate

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Take the first step towards a successful career in software and web development with this certificate. You’ll gain the skills and knowledge needed to obtain an entry-level position in this field and can continue on to the Software Developer or Web Development & Design associate degrees.

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Software Developer, A.A.S.

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Are you good at problem solving? Software developers solve problems by developing computer applications for business, such as producing payroll checks, billing customers, tracking of inventory and many other important functions. You’ll learn how to analyze business needs; then use that information to design, write and maintain program code to meet that need. Your work may include software and hardware on personal computers or interfacing with systems on the Web. You learn basic computer concepts and terminology and will develop skills in database concepts and applications, data manipulation, problem solving and general language architecture. You’ll have opportunities to practice with hands-on exercises, projects and assignments.

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Web Design Technical Diploma

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With the Web Design technical diploma, you’ll be prepared to work in this ever-changing technology field. You’ll learn languages and tools for designing and developing the content, presentation and behavior of responsive websites. Hands-on courses will include layout techniques, optimizing graphics for the web, utilizing a content management system, writing web-friendly content, and learning basic design and programming skills.

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Web Development and Design Specialist, A.A.S.

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The rapidly evolving field of Web development has created a need for people with the technical skills to design, develop and support websites. Virtually all businesses require a public website and many develop internal intranets to support various applications. This degree will give you skills to create and maintain professional, high-quality websites. You will learn how to use HTML 5, cascading style sheets (CSS), JavaScript, PHP and ASP.NET. You’ll also learn how to develop database-driven websites with dynamic content. Your training includes the development of web graphics and animation techniques. Businesses large and small are calling on people with these skills to help them establish and maintain a website. Get the training you need for this exciting career field.

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Support Specialist, A.A.S.

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With this degree you’ll be the “go to” IT professional in your organization. As a computer support specialist, you work with freestanding and networked desktop computers. Your job is to deliver the productivity and efficiency promised by computer hardware and software manufacturers. Learn to analyze information needs and identify alternative hardware and software solutions. You’ll gain skills to plan and develop application systems, implement the systems, and train others to use them effectively. You’ll master a variety of operating systems and software applications, as well as computer hardware. With the knowledge and skills you acquire in this program, you’ll be prepared to support, monitor and maintain a variety of computing devices.

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IT Infrstructure Certificate

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Explore a new career in IT networking and security. With this certificate, you’ll gain the skills and knowledge needed to obtain an entry-level position in this field and can continue on to the networking, computer support or information security degrees.

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IT Infrstructure Certificate

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Explore a new career in IT networking and security. With this certificate, you’ll gain the skills and knowledge needed to obtain an entry-level position in this field and can continue on to the networking, computer support or information security degrees.

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Data Security Management

Cyber Crime Investigation Certificate

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Cyber crime is a growing concern in today’s technology-based environment. Through a combination of information technology and criminal justice courses, you will get the knowledge and skills to investigate computer and Internet-related crime. You’ll learn techniques hackers use and how to tighten network security. You’ll also learn about state and federal laws regarding the search and seizure of electronic evidence. Finally, you’ll learn how to preserve, verify and analyze data stored on computers.

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Information Systems Security Specialist, A.A.S.

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Cyber-security, including computer and information systems security, is a rapidly growing field. With an Information Systems Security Specialists degree, you’ll monitor and implement security measures to protect an organization’s computer network(s) and systems. You’ll learn how to ensure that appropriate security controls are in place to safeguard digital files and vital electronic infrastructure, as well as, how to respond to computer security breaches and viruses. This program will also provide you with background and hands-on experience in fraud detection, technical reporting, risk assessment and server applications.

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IT Infrstructure Certificate

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Explore a new career in IT networking and security. With this certificate, you’ll gain the skills and knowledge needed to obtain an entry-level position in this field and can continue on to the networking, computer support or information security degrees.

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IT Infrstructure Certificate

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Explore a new career in IT networking and security. With this certificate, you’ll gain the skills and knowledge needed to obtain an entry-level position in this field and can continue on to the networking, computer support or information security degrees.

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Software Developer, A.A.S.

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Are you good at problem solving? Software developers solve problems by developing computer applications for business, such as producing payroll checks, billing customers, tracking of inventory and many other important functions. You’ll learn how to analyze business needs; then use that information to design, write and maintain program code to meet that need. Your work may include software and hardware on personal computers or interfacing with systems on the Web. You learn basic computer concepts and terminology and will develop skills in database concepts and applications, data manipulation, problem solving and general language architecture. You’ll have opportunities to practice with hands-on exercises, projects and assignments.

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Software Developer, A.A.S.

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Are you good at problem solving? Software developers solve problems by developing computer applications for business, such as producing payroll checks, billing customers, tracking of inventory and many other important functions. You’ll learn how to analyze business needs; then use that information to design, write and maintain program code to meet that need. Your work may include software and hardware on personal computers or interfacing with systems on the Web. You learn basic computer concepts and terminology and will develop skills in database concepts and applications, data manipulation, problem solving and general language architecture. You’ll have opportunities to practice with hands-on exercises, projects and assignments.

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Criminal Investigator

Cyber Crime Investigation Certificate

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Cyber crime is a growing concern in today’s technology-based environment. Through a combination of information technology and criminal justice courses, you will get the knowledge and skills to investigate computer and Internet-related crime. You’ll learn techniques hackers use and how to tighten network security. You’ll also learn about state and federal laws regarding the search and seizure of electronic evidence. Finally, you’ll learn how to preserve, verify and analyze data stored on computers.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

IT Infrstructure Certificate

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Explore a new career in IT networking and security. With this certificate, you’ll gain the skills and knowledge needed to obtain an entry-level position in this field and can continue on to the networking, computer support or information security degrees.

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Network Specialist, A.A.S.

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Information sharing is an important function in any organization. As a network specialist you implement, maintain and troubleshoot a variety of network equipment. This degree gives you a solid foundation in information technology for today’s business environment, and the skills to manage a single local area network or work in a complex telecommunication wide area network environment. You’ll learn to install and configure switches, routers and access points. You’ll also learn about operating systems, device repair and maintenance, security, cabling, scripting, and much more. You’ll build your project management and communication skills, and will be well prepared for today’s high tech workplace.

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Networks Systems Administration, A.A.S.

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Looking for a great career in the information technology field? Today’s organizations demand advanced, secure information sharing technology. Get the training you need to be a skilled network systems administrator. You’ll learn how to install, troubleshoot and maintain network operating systems – from a single server to a complex variety of servers. In addition, you’ll learn about virtualization technologies, desktop repair and maintenance, scripting, and more. Your hands-on training also includes system administration, project management and operating system security. This degree is the ticket to a promising career.

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Database Administrator

Software Developer, A.A.S.

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Are you good at problem solving? Software developers solve problems by developing computer applications for business, such as producing payroll checks, billing customers, tracking of inventory and many other important functions. You’ll learn how to analyze business needs; then use that information to design, write and maintain program code to meet that need. Your work may include software and hardware on personal computers or interfacing with systems on the Web. You learn basic computer concepts and terminology and will develop skills in database concepts and applications, data manipulation, problem solving and general language architecture. You’ll have opportunities to practice with hands-on exercises, projects and assignments.

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Software Developer, A.A.S.

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Are you good at problem solving? Software developers solve problems by developing computer applications for business, such as producing payroll checks, billing customers, tracking of inventory and many other important functions. You’ll learn how to analyze business needs; then use that information to design, write and maintain program code to meet that need. Your work may include software and hardware on personal computers or interfacing with systems on the Web. You learn basic computer concepts and terminology and will develop skills in database concepts and applications, data manipulation, problem solving and general language architecture. You’ll have opportunities to practice with hands-on exercises, projects and assignments.

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Construction Industry

Carpenter

Construction Safety Technology, A.A.S.

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A solid background in construction safety will make you a valuable member of the construction site team. Your understanding of OSHA requirements and industry best practices will make the project as efficient as possible through the control of hazards and prevention of injuries. Your training includes a wide variety of industrial and construction safety topics including OSHA Industrial and Manufacturing standards, fall protection, trenching and excavation, material handling, incident investigations and safety management techniques. Graduates will find jobs with general and specialty contractors such as mechanical and electrical contractors.

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Construction, Residential Building Diploma

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Learn to build or remodel a home from start to finish in this technical diploma program. Gain skills in exterior and interior finishing and frame construction with valuable hands-on experience constructing or remodeling a complete home. You’ll learn how to read blueprints and become familiar with residential building codes. You’ll also gain experience with the tools, machinery and equipment used in this industry. Expert instructors help you develop the work ethic, teamwork, flexibility and communication skills employers are looking for.

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Electrician

Electrical Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Employers want well-prepared electrical engineering technologists willing and able to take on more responsibility, which allows engineers to function at higher levels and engineering teams to work more efficiently. In this program, you will gain the knowledge and skills to contribute to the team. Your training will include work on electronic circuits that are stand-alone building blocks, as well as embedded controls in products, machines or processes. You will have a variety of potential career paths including product development, manufacturing, testing, quality control, installation, sales, distribution, field service, maintenance and research.

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Electrician Apprenticeship (ABC)

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Electricians work on residential, commercial and industrial projects providing electrical service. Once employed, you can enroll in this apprenticeship and will learn how to install new wiring and other fixtures such as breaker boxes, switches and motor controls. Through a combination of on-the-job training and classroom instruction, you’ll gain skills to install equipment for generating, transforming and distributing electricity. You’ll also learn to plan and lay out electrical systems around the work of other trades. This program involves some paid and some unpaid instruction. The electrician apprenticeship is a multiple year commitment that leads to a stable, well-paid career.

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Electricity Technical Diploma

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Whether you want to be an electrician’s helper or pursue an electrical apprenticeship, this program will give you the skills to get started. Gain basic knowledge of electrical code, print reading, installation requirements and electrical equipment. You’ll also learn how to test electrical circuits and interpret electrical diagrams and construction drawings. Then you’ll put your knowledge and skills to work on an actual residential construction site.

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Industrial Electrician Apprentice

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If you enjoy solving problems and have a strong work ethic, this might be a good career fit for you. Industrial electricians maintain and repair many different types of electrical equipment. In addition, you will install and modify electrical equipment on motors, transformers, generators, controls, instruments, lighting systems and power distributers. You’ll learn how to use devices like test lamps, volt-ohm meters and oscilloscopes, and will gain skills working from blueprints, drawings and diagrams. You’ll also learn to make mathematical computations to determine the current carrying capacities of electrical wire and equipment. Other skills for this career include troubleshooting AC and DC drives and programmable logic controllers. This program requires you to first be employed and involves four years of on-the-job and classroom instruction.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electronic Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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This broad-based degree program will prepare you for many in-demand, high-paying career fields like product development, testing, service, maintenance or engineering support. You will develop the skills you need to design, develop, test and manufacture electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment and computers. Your training will also include safety standards and important workplace practices. You’ll learn in a flexible, hands-on environment that features the latest equipment and software.

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Welder

GMAW Welder, Basic Certificate

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Get the skills you need for a high-demand, entry-level career in welding. Your training will cover environmental work and personnel hazards common with the industry and proper personal protection methods. You'll learn how to read shop drawings, interpret detailed weld symbols and will receive hands-on training in welding on a variety of materials and positions.

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Welding Fundamentals Certificate

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Get the skills you need for a high-demand, entry-level career in welding. Your training will cover environmental work and personnel hazards common with the industry and proper personal protection methods. You’ll learn how to read shop drawings, interpret detailed weld symbols and will receive hands-on training in welding on a variety of materials and positions.

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Welding Technology, Industrial, A.A.S.

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As an industrial welding technician, you assist engineers, supervisors and journeyworkers in the production of quality welded and metal fabricated parts. You will learn how to provide technical assistance in the planning, development and implementation of a production cycle. Your training includes lots of hands-on training in fabrication and welding techniques, along with a thorough understanding of manufacturing processes. You’ll also cover robotic arc welding, electrical safety, material properties and welding codes. This degree program equips you with skills you need for a successful career in industrial welding.

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Welding, Production Technical Diploma

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Production welders are in high demand. You’ll find employment opportunities in iron work, construction and manufacturing, and could find yourself working on large amphibious vehicles and fire trucks, or small metal products like lawn mowers and snow throwers. Your training will cover welding various metals and will give you plenty of time to practice your skills. You'll learn to read sketches, blueprints, job shop orders, bills for materials and welding symbols.

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Welding/Metal Fab Technician Technical Diploma

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As a welding and metal fabrication technician, you will be well-prepared to be the next generation of in-demand, highly skilled technicians. In this program, you’ll work with a variety of metals and will learn to produce and assemble structural metal products for industrial manufacturing. You will learn how to plan, develop and implement a production cycle from concept and CAD design through all the fabrication stages such as press brake, tube bending, laser and water jet, and final welding stages. Your training will encompass a thorough understanding of typical manufacturing processes. You’ll also cover robotic arc welding, electrical safety, material properties and welding codes.

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Welding/Metal Fabrication Technical Diploma

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Learn the skills you need for a great career in metal fabrication and welding. With this program, you’ll work with a variety of metals and will learn to produce and assemble structural metal products for machinery, ovens, tanks, pipes, stacks and parts for buildings. You’ll also learn the physical properties of metals and how to read job orders and blueprints. Your training covers how to set up and use equipment to cut, shear and saw, form, roll and bend metals. You will learn about the physical properties of metal and be able to figure the stock allowances for thickness. You’ll be ready for a career in a construction firm, equipment manufacturing company or small fabrication shop.

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Architectural Drafter

Mechanical CAD Drafting Technical Diploma

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Use your creativity to solve problems and create new products. Develop the technical skills needed for entry-level work in an engineering department. You will learn to interpret and prepare mechanical drawings of products and machine components to the specifications of the designer and/or the engineering team. You could also investigate other areas of the design process such as strength requirements, material choice, product improvement and cost savings. In addition, you’ll learn about manufacturing processes, technical drafting and technical math.

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Mechanical Design Technology, A.A.S.

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Develop the skills you need to be a productive team member in an engineering department. Learn how to work with mechanical engineers to prepare and interpret drawings of products and machine components. You’ll also learn how to solve design problems relating to shaft type and size, bearings, gears and fasteners. Your work may include investigation of strength requirements, material choice, product improvement or cost savings. Or you may work with engineers creating new consumer products. Either way, you’ll have a solid base of technical skills and great career possibilities.

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Construction Equipment Operator

Operating Engineer Apprentice

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Want to learn to operate heavy equipment and work outdoors? This apprenticeship prepares you to operate cranes, dozers, scrapers, loaders, motor graders, tractor loader backhoes and more. As an operating engineer, you’ll work on construction projects such as commercial and residential developments, dams, roadways, etc. Or you could work in plants that produce rock, sand and gravel, or clean up hazardous waste sites. You’ll learn blueprint reading, how to maintain your equipment and safe work site procedures. This program requires you to first be employed before starting your on-the-job and classroom instruction.

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Pipefitter / Steamfitter

Pipe Fabricator Apprentice

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A pipe fabricator typically works in a fabrication shop with overhead cranes and hoists, a variety of hand tools, grinders and cutting equipment. In this apprenticeship program, you’ll learn how to install pipe, weld carbon steel and stainless steel pipe, and do layout work for pipe, vessels and tanks. You’ll also learn heat treating and weld inspection, along with blueprint reading, math, metallurgy, spool drawings, pipe flanges and arc flash. Your training will help you become a skilled welder. This program requires you to first be employed and involves five years of on-the-job training and related instruction.

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Pipe Trades Preparation Technical Diploma

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The Pipe Trades Preparation program provides theoretical and hands-on applications that develop the basic skills and knowledge you need for a pipe trades career in the construction industry. Your training will cover plumbing; pipefitting; sprinkler fitting; blueprint reading; trade-specific mathematics; measurement, layout, welding and cutting; tool use; computer-aided design; computer literacy; first aide; safety and communications. Upon graduation, you’ll be eligible to enter a state-approved apprenticeship program coordinated through the Department of Workforce Development, Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards or directly enter the construction industry.

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Pipefitting Apprentice

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In the Fox Valley area, pipefitters are primarily employed in the papermaking industry, though there are other businesses that require the installation, repair and servicing of pressure piping and similar equipment. A pipefitter will lay out, cut and bend pipes. You will learn how to install, test, maintain and repair high- or low-pressure piping systems. You’ll also learn how to cut, heat and bend metal. Your training will give you a thorough knowledge of pipe characteristics, particularly related to high or low pressure and chemicals. You’ll also learn the principles of hydraulics and gain welding and soldering skills. This program requires you to first be employed and involves four years of on-the-job training and classroom instruction.

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Steamfitting Apprentice

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A steamfitter constructs, installs and repairs pipes and equipment made to withstand high pressure. You'll learn how to install wet heating systems, ventilation, refrigeration and air conditioning in residential, commercial and industrial buildings. You’ll gain welding and pipefitting skills, along with a thorough knowledge of the principles of heating and cooling and all temperature controls. This program requires you to first be employed and involves five years of on-the-job training and classroom instruction.

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Steamfitting Service Apprenticeship

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Steamfitters doing refrigeration and service work will install, maintain, troubleshoot, diagnose and service systems for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration. You could work in a variety of industries on equipment and controls for piping systems that carry water, steam, chemicals, compressed air, liquid gasses or fuel. You’ll learn about blueprint reading, specifications and rigging equipment. You’ll also learn how to measure, cut, bend, prepare and join all types of pipe. Your training will cover pressure testing for leaks, as well as the detection of problems in electronic, pneumatic, digital, electrical, software or programmable logic controls. This program requires you to first be employed and involves five years of on-the-job training and classroom instruction.

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Plumber

Pipe Trades Preparation Technical Diploma

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The Pipe Trades Preparation program provides theoretical and hands-on applications that develop the basic skills and knowledge you need for a pipe trades career in the construction industry. Your training will cover plumbing; pipefitting; sprinkler fitting; blueprint reading; trade-specific mathematics; measurement, layout, welding and cutting; tool use; computer-aided design; computer literacy; first aide; safety and communications. Upon graduation, you’ll be eligible to enter a state-approved apprenticeship program coordinated through the Department of Workforce Development, Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards or directly enter the construction industry.

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Pipe Trades Preparation Technical Diploma

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The Pipe Trades Preparation program provides theoretical and hands-on applications that develop the basic skills and knowledge you need for a pipe trades career in the construction industry. Your training will cover plumbing; pipefitting; sprinkler fitting; blueprint reading; trade-specific mathematics; measurement, layout, welding and cutting; tool use; computer-aided design; computer literacy; first aide; safety and communications. Upon graduation, you’ll be eligible to enter a state-approved apprenticeship program coordinated through the Department of Workforce Development, Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards or directly enter the construction industry.

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Plumbing Apprentice

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Plumbers work on residential, commercial and industrial projects providing potable water and sanitary drain and vent systems. In this program, you will learn the proper installation techniques for these systems, and through a combination of on-the-job training and classroom instruction, you’ll gain the skills to install the associated piping, fittings and fixtures, and the code knowledge related to the trade. You’ll also learn to plan and lay out plumbing systems around the work of other trades. This program involves both paid and unpaid instruction and requires you to first be employed before starting your on-the-job and classroom instruction.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts

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If you want to take your love of cooking to the next level, a career in culinary arts might be right for you. You'll learn how to prepare soups, meats, vegetables and desserts as well as sauces, side dishes and salads. You'll learn what it takes to coordinate and direct the work of kitchen staff everything from menu planning and buying supplies to final presentation. In addition, you may manage budgets and coordinate food preparation with service. Whether you want to work at a local café or own your own fine dining establishment, this program (offered in a standard or accelerated format) will give you the foundation you need.

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Culinary Arts - Advanced Certificate

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Take your love of cooking to the next level with the Advanced Culinary Arts certificate. This program is designed for the experienced culinary learner who wishes to add to their skills. You'll have the opportunity to learn more about ice carving; wines; and European, Asian and Latin cuisines. You'll explore more modern culinary techniques in classes like Advanced Garde Manger; Molecular Gastronomy; or Local, Sustainable and Organic Foods. Plus, take your cooking on the road and prepare for upcoming culinary competitions in Fox Valley Tech's two competition-based classes or learn what it takes to develop your own hospitality business.

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Food Service Manager

Hospitality Entrepreneurship

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Explore the concept of entrepreneurial thinking as it applies to the hospitality industry with the Hospitality Entrepreneurship certificate. You'll learn the skills necessary for researching, conceptualizing, developing and running a business through interactive lessons, course projects and shared industry experiences. You'll gain skills relating to market research, product development, business communication, marketing, customer service and the development of a business plan. Let this certificate help prepare you to take on the role and responsibilities of being an owner in the hospitality industry.

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Hospitality Management

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Whether you're preparing for an important business meeting or wedding reception, learn to create memorable experiences for customers through this degree program. Gain the necessary customer service, room operations, and dining room and food service operations skills for these exciting careers. This degree program will also teach you to sell to convention organizers and businesses, and coordinate tourism efforts for communities. You'll learn about catering and special event planning, as well as hospitality law and liability. Tourism is an integral part of the economy and creates a broad range of employment opportunities.

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Healthcare Industry

Dental Assistant

Dental Assistant Technical Diploma

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As a dental assistant, you are an integral member of the dental health team. With this diploma, you’ll be ready to give chairside assistance and conduct lab procedures under the direction of the dentist. Learn how to disinfect and sterilize dental instruments, record dental histories and vital signs, and manage dental and medical emergencies. You will also become familiar with dental procedures, equipment and radiographs. Your training will prepare you to perform basic office and laboratory procedures. At the end of this program, you’ll be ready for the national certification examination.

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Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygienist, A.A.S.

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Dental hygienists play an important role in helping patients maintain oral health and prevent oral diseases. You will learn how to inspect the mouth, remove stains and deposits from teeth, apply preventative agents, and prepare clinical and diagnostic tests. You’ll also learn how to take dental x-rays and perform many other services related to oral care. You’ll get training in counseling patients about nutrition, oral hygiene and dental care, and will gain skills in reviewing medical history, administering screening exams, assessing periodontal health, exposing x-rays and administering local anesthesia. With this training, you’ll be prepared for credentialing exams and a great career as a dental hygienist.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Health Information Technology, A.A.S.

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Want a career in the dynamic field of healthcare, but without the patient interaction? With this high-demand degree, you deal more with the patient's healthcare information than with patients. You’ll learn how to collect, code, manage and maintain the health data necessary for proper reimbursement, statistical and quality purposes. You’ll learn how to manage electronic health information in an electronic health record (EHR). You’ll train on current coding and chart management software and you’ll gain valuable field experience that will be helpful as you seek employment.

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Medical Administrative Professional, A.A.S.

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Your training will prepare you to effectively organize and supervise the business related tasks of a medical office. You will learn about medical records and records management, insurance claims and medical billing, and office technologies, along with the HIPAA privacy rule and what it means in a medical office. You will also cover medical language, anatomy and physiology, and medical document editing. You'll have the knowledge and experience to start your career in a hospital, clinic, insurance company, or rehabilitation or nursing care facility.

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Medical Billing, Advanced Certificate

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Looking for advanced training in coding and billing? With this certificate, you'll grow your current knowledge of evaluation and management coding, HCPCS coding, auditing and the overall process of the revenue claim cycle including claim resolution.

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Medical Coding Specialist Technical Diploma

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Medical coding specialists translate verbal descriptions of disease, injury and procedures into numerical designations. The accurate recording of this information is critical for the reimbursement of healthcare claims, medical statistics and research. You'll gain an understanding of the anatomy, signs and symptoms of diseases, and medical procedures. You'll also learn how to analyze medical records and assign codes to diagnoses and procedures. Upon completion, you could work in a variety of healthcare settings, for a health insurance company or continue on to the Health Information Technology Associate Degree.

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Medical Office Assistant Technical Diploma

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With this diploma you can enter the high demand field of health care. The program covers medical law and ethics, business communication, medical office procedures and electronic medical records. You’ll also learn medical terms, anatomy and physiology. And, you’ll gain computer skills and people skills to help you work effectively. Simulated on-the-job training helps you apply what you have learned in a medical office environment.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Technical Diploma

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With this diploma, you become an essential part of the healthcare team. Your role is to take vital signs, assist the physician with examinations and minor office procedures, and administer medications. This career combines business and administrative duties with clinical laboratory functions. You’ll learn the necessary office skills as well as specimen collection, basic lab tests and microscopic work. The program includes a supervised practicum experience, allowing you to apply what you’ve learned in a real world environment.

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Laboratory Technician

Medical Laboratory Technician, A.A.S.

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Get the hands-on skills you need to become a medical laboratory technician. You’ll learn to perform routine clinical laboratory testing in hematology, clinical chemistry, immunohematology, microbiology, serology/immunology, coagulation, molecular and other emerging diagnostics as the primary analyst making specimen oriented decisions on predetermined criteria, including a working knowledge of critical values. Communication is vital in this career and you’ll obtain the skills needed for interaction with team members, external relations, customer service and patient education. Throughout your training you’ll also receive experience in information processing, training others and quality control monitoring.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Nursing Assistant Technical Diploma

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A nursing assistant is an essential member of the healthcare team. This program will help you learn how to provide for the personal care and comfort of people with health problems. You will learn to bathe, dress, feed, mobilize and transport people; obtain pulse and temperature; and report observations and reactions to the health care team. Nursing assistants prepare equipment, take care of the patient’s room and keep patient records. In this role, you may assist clients with dementia and rehabilitation needs, and provide restorative care to help them maintain their independence. Upon completion, you’ll be ready to take the certification exam. You will have a variety of employment options as a certified nursing assistant (CNA). To apply, begin by clicking on the Start Pre-Application.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing, Licensed Practical Nurse Refresher Certificate

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If you are a licensed practical nurse who has been out of the nursing workforce for more than five years, this program will help you update your skills and clinical performance to return to the nursing field. Your training will cover the nursing process, infection control, medication update, recent trends, the aging population and communications. A precepted clinical experience will help prepare you to return to caring for patients.

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Nursing, Practical Technical Diploma

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A career as a practical nurse can be a rewarding opportunity to provide caring medical support to individuals and families across the lifespan. You’ll learn how to assist with health assessments and medication administration, and will have ample opportunities for hands-on experience to develop your clinical skills. You’ll also learn about drug classifications and their effect on the body, as well as the promotion of healthy lifestyles. An emphasis on critical thinking and communications will help you become a skilled nurse who is able to adapt to a variety of environments and work with diverse patient populations. Under supervision, you’ll be able to manage and direct care in various healthcare settings. Upon completion, you’ll be eligible to take the National Council of State Board's licensing exam to become an LPN.

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Occupational Therapy Assistant

Occupational Therapy Assistant, A.A.S.

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In this career field, you will work with clients of all ages who have developmental, physical, social or emotional challenges that interfere with their daily living. Under the supervision of a registered occupational therapist, you will show people how to care for themselves, work, play, learn and enjoy leisure activities. Your training will include medical terminology, medical and psychosocial conditions, and the skills you’ll need to assess and provide treatment interventions. You will also learn how to apply creativity, teamwork and problem solving skills to treatment plans. Hands-on lab work and clinical experiences give you ample opportunity to develop your skills. Upon completion, you will be ready to take the national certification examination.

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Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy Services Management, A.A.S.

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The associate degree in Pharmacy Services Management prepares individuals to advance their roles as Pharmacy Technicians or to transition into related roles in the workplace. Pharmacy Technicians are able to provide a wide range of duties in the pharmacy, and will enhance their technical skills through additional knowledge in third party payment processing and related reimbursement issues, staff scheduling processes, customer service and enhancing store sales. Marketing, management and business operations are also introduced in this degree. The program culminates in a capstone course that provides the student with the opportunity to apply their education to a real-life situation through increasing store sales, creating efficient operations, improving management practices or enhancing service to patients. Graduates will find positions as Senior Pharmacy Technicians, Assistant Store Managers, Trainers, Pharmacy Technician Managers and many related positions in hospital or retail pharmacies or related organizations.

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Pharmacy Technician Technical Diploma

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If you're ill or injured, you have access to an enormous variety of therapeutic medications, and you trust your pharmacy to correctly interpret and fill your prescriptions. Pharmacy technicians contribute to our safety by assisting pharmacists in a variety of technical tasks. If you're attentive to detail, organized, a good communicator, and like math, science, and working with people, a career as a pharmacy technician may be your prescription for success.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy Technican Certificate

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As a phlebotomy technician, you’ll collect blood for testing and analysis in a clinical laboratory. Your training will include the study of anatomy, blood collection procedures, proper storage and handling of blood samples, and safety precautions. Great jobs can be found in clinical laboratories, hospitals, community health centers, physician’s offices, blood donation centers and other healthcare facilities.

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Vet Technician

Veterinary Technician, A.A.S.

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If you are passionate about caring for animals, then the Veterinary Technician program might be a good fit for you. This program will prepare you to collect patient history and perform the initial physical exam, place intravenous catheters and administer medications, anesthetize and monitor patients, and assist in surgery for both large and small animals. You’ll also gain the skills to perform dental cleanings on dogs and cats, and handle, restrain and care for rats, mice, rabbits and birds. Plus, you’ll learn how to apply bandages and splints on both large and small animals, evaluate lab samples under the microscope and accurately document records.

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Energy Industry

Wind Turbine Technician

Wind Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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The wind energy industry is the fastest growing segment of renewable energy production. The U.S. and Canadian wind industry is experiencing annual growth of 25%. Employers seek skilled technicians for operation and maintenance activities in wind farms. There is also a demand for advanced technicians with U.S. and international wind turbine manufacturers; these include: installation technicians, quality control technicians, and warranty and commissioning technicians. Operation and maintenance positions generally remain with a given wind farm location; other technicians travel extensively with the construction of new wind farms and repair/retrofitting of wind turbines around the world.

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Earn + Learn Programs

Manufacturing

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Electrical and Instrumentation Apprentice

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Industrial Manufacturing Technician Apprentice

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Machinist

Machinist Apprentice

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Tool and Die Apprentice

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Construction

Electrician

Electrician Apprenticeship (ABC)

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Industrial Electrician Apprentice

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Construction Equipment Operator

Operating Engineer Apprentice

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Pipefitter / Steamfitter

Pipe Fabricator Apprentice

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Pipefitting Apprentice

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Steamfitting Apprentice

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Steamfitting Service Apprenticeship

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Plumber

Plumbing Apprentice

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920-735-5600

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1825 N Bluemound Dr
Appleton, WI 54912-2277
United States