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Auto Mechanic

Automotive Service Management Degree Program - Indianapolis

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This degree is designed to provide the student with a comprehensive understand and hands-on application of industry standard automotive repair and service techniques. The program also provides information on the latest automotive repair tools, diagnostic and service equipment, and techniques as well as important safety, personal protection, and hazardous material handling strategies for students to use in protecting themselves and the environment. Graduates of this degree program will be presented with the entry-level knowledge and skills required to correctly test, diagnose, replace, repair and adjust as necessary the components of the mechanical, electronic, hydraulic, and accessories systems on current automobiles. Upon graduation, the student will be qualified for entry-level positions in the automotive service career field as a technician capable of analysis, problem solving, performing most common service operations and under supervision, more specialized or involved tasks with a dealer, independent shop or other service outlet. The general education component will provide the student with the communication, business, and critical thinking skills necessary to pursue other employment opportunities within the industry. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignments in each course.

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Automotive Technology Diploma Program - Indianapolis

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Provide the graduate with the entry-level knowledge and skills required to correctly test, diagnose, replace, repair and adjust as necessary the components of the mechanical, electronic, hydraulic, and accessories systems on current automobiles. Upon completion of this program, the graduates will be qualified for entry into the automotive service career field as a technician capable of analysis, problem solving, performing most common ser¬vice operations and under supervision, more specialized or involved tasks with a dealer, inde¬pendent shop or other service outlet. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignments in each course.

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Auto Body Technician

Collision Repair and Refinishing Service Management A.A.S. - Indianapolis

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This degree program is designed to provide the student with a comprehensive understanding and hands-on application of industry standard collision repair and refinishing techniques. The program also provides information on the latest collision repair tools, equipment, and techniques as well as important safety tips and strategies for students to use in protecting themselves and the environment. It offers an insight to what it takes to become a successful, well-rounded collision repair technician and prepares the student to assume greater responsibilities within the business of collision repair. Graduates of this degree program will be presented with the basic skills and knowledge that an entry-level technician needs to obtain employment in the collision industry. Upon graduation, the student will be qualified to work in a shop that repairs conventional and unitized bodies using various manufacturers frame, alignment, and paint equipment as well as specialty shops. This program is structured to prepare the student for I-CAR Pro-Level 1 Certifications in both the Non-Structural and Refinish areas along with preparation for I-CAR steel and aluminum welding certifications. The general education component will provide the student with the communication, business, and critical thinking skills necessary to pursue other employment opportunities within the industry. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignments in each course.

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Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology Diploma Program - Indianapolis

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This program is designed to provide the student with a comprehensive understanding and hands-on application of industry standard collision repair and refinishing techniques. The program also provides information on the latest collision repair tools, equipment, and techniques as well as important safety tips and strategies for students to use in protecting themselves and the environment. It offers an insight into what it takes to become a successful, well-rounded collision repair technician. Graduates of the “Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology” program will be presented with the basic skills and knowledge that an entry-level technician needs to obtain employment in the collision industry. Upon graduation, the student will be qualified to work in a shop that repairs conventional and unitized bodies using various manufacturers frame, alignment, and paint equipment. This program is structured to prepare the student for I-CAR Pro Level 1 Certifications in both the Non-Structural and Refinish areas along with preparation for I-CAR steel and aluminum welding certifications. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignments in each course.

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel and Truck Service Management Degree Program - Indianapolis

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An Associate Degree will be awarded upon completion of this program. The program is designed to prepare students for entry into the diesel and truck service career field. Students enrolled in this program will learn theory, functions, diagnostics, and repair of diesel and truck systems. Using industry standard tools and equipment, students will diagnose and repair electrical and mechanical systems on diesel engine and trucks Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate should possess knowledge and versatility in the diesel and truck repair field to qualify for entry level positions in dealerships, fleet maintenance departments, private repair enterprises, or franchise tuck repair organizations. The general education component will provide the student with the communication, business, and critical thinking skills necessary to pursue other employment opportunities within the industry. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignments in each course.

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Diesel and Truck Technology Diploma Program - Indianapolis

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This program is designed to prepare students for entry into the diesel and truck career field. Students enrolled in this program will learn theory, functions, diagnostics, and repair of diesel engines and truck systems. Using industry standard tools and equipment, students will diagnose and repair electrical and mechanical systems on diesel engines, trucks, and trailers. Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate should possess knowledge and versatility in the diesel and truck repair field to qualify for entry-level positions as a mechanic, technician, mechanic’s helper, or a fleet service technician in truck dealerships, fleet maintenance departments, private repair enterprises, or franchised truck repair organizations. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignments in each course.

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Manufacturing Industry

Machinist

CNC Machining and Manufacturing Technology Diploma Program - Indianapolis

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A strong domestic manufacturing base is vital to the United States economy, as manufactured goods are necessary for trade. The term manufacturing is very broad and includes the use of machine tools required to manufacture finished products. These products can range from an array of plastics to wood and metals. Manufacturers use sophisticated turning and milling machines, grinders, and computerized numerical control (CNC) machines to bring products from concept design to reality. The CNC Machining and Manufacturing Technology program prepares students for entry-level positions as CNC Operators or Set-up Technicians within a Modern Manufacturing facility. Students will learn about the fundamental skills needed for the operation and setup of complex manufacturing machines that utilize turning, milling and multi-axis machining technology. Students will be prepared to qualify for credentials from the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) in the areas of Materials, Measurement and Safety, Job Planning, Bench work and Layout, CNC Milling (setup and programming), CNC Turning (setup and programming), CNC Operator - Turning, and CNC Operator - Milling. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignments in each course.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electrical and Electronic Systems Technology Diploma Program - Indianapolis

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This program is designed to provide the essential skills and knowledge for the installation, troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of commercial and residential entertainment, security, monitoring, and telecommunications systems. Students learn to install cable support structures; laying out and preparing pathways for wiring and cables; installing, securing, testing, and termination of wiring and cables both copper and fiber optic; program digital components and access controls to perform their designated tasks; install and set up media management systems; and perform system commissioning and user training of audio, video, and data systems. The program also prepares students on the essential skills and knowledge needed for entry-level residential electrician work. Students will train on the installation, service and maintenance areas of the residential electrical industry. Upon completion of this program, graduates can meet the minimum requirements needed to be qualified as an entry-level technician in the residential and/or commercial telecommunications, fire alarm, intrusion detection, signaling, entertainment, audio/video/data, and energy management systems. Student can also qualify as entry-level residential electrician’s apprentice. IN Electrical License – the State of IN does not have a statewide licensing system. Electrical contractors must meet the requirements set forth by the local government authorities with regards to obtaining a license. Many jurisdictions utilize the Indiana Master Electrical License Exam. Generally, a period of at least six years’ experience will be needed with at least four years of practical work experience with electrical systems. Letters of reference may be needed to verify educational and work experience. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignment in each course.

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Electrical and Electronic Systems Technology Service Management A.A.S. - Indianapolis

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This program is designed to provide the essential skills and knowledge for the installation, troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of commercial and residential entertainment, security, monitoring, and telecommunications systems. Students learn to install cable support structures; laying out and preparing pathways for wiring and cables; installing, securing, testing, and termination of wiring and cables both copper and fiber optic; program digital components and access controls to perform their designated tasks; install and set up media management systems; and perform system commissioning and user training of audio, video, and data systems. The program also prepares students on the essential skills and knowledge needed for entry-level residential electrician work. Students will train on the installation, service and maintenance areas of the residential electrical industry. Upon completion of this program, graduates can meet the minimum requirements needed to be qualified as an entry-level technician in the residential and/or commercial telecommunications, fire alarm, intrusion detection, signaling, entertainment, audio/video/data, and energy management systems. Student can also qualify as entry-level residential electrician’s apprentice. IN Electrical License – the State of IN does not have a statewide licensing system. Electrical contractors must meet the requirements set forth by the local government authorities with regards to obtaining a license. Many jurisdictions utilize the Indiana Master Electrical License Exam. Generally, a period of at least six years’ experience will be needed with at least four years of practical work experience with electrical systems. Letters of reference may be needed to verify educational and work experience. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignment in each course.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Diploma Program - Indianapolis

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The Medical Assistant program prepares students to be multi-functional practitioners, thoroughly prepared to perform front office and clinical patient care duties, as well as, basic urgent care procedures. Topics covered include anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, insurance billing and coding, electronic health records, ethics, clinical procedures, aseptic technique, minor surgical procedures, universal precautions, general skills in document formatting, and EKG. This program delivers practical preparation in the healthcare environment.

In addition to the technical training, a critical aspect of a Lincoln education is developing the professional skills that are required by our employers. Students will need to demonstrate skill proficiency through a series of professional development activities and seminars which are integrated into each course.

The modules include:

Student Success
Financial Literacy
Professional Development
Career Success
Graduates of this program may find entry-level positions as Medical Assistants, Office Medical Assistant, EKG Technicians, or Unit/Ward Clerks (in a hospital setting). It also provides the diversity of other job options in the hospital, outpatient care centers or laboratory environment.

Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignment in each course, except internship.

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Construction Industry

Welder

Welding and Metal Fabrication Technology Certificate Program - Indianapolis

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The Welding and Metal Fabrication Technology program prepares students for entry level welder positions as structural welders. Students develop key fundamental skills during the initial courses and learn to apply these skills using different and more complex welding procedures. The welding procedures include Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW/MIG), Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW), and Gas Tungsten Arc Gas Welding (GTAW/TIG). Using each of these procedures, students learn to weld plate in various positions including horizontal, vertical, and overhead. Students also learn various techniques for cutting and preparing metal for welding procedures. Upon successful completion of all components of this program, the graduate should possess the working knowledge and skills to qualify as a structural welder using any one of three standard welding processes in construction, fabrication, or plant maintenance work settings. Students should be able to successfully complete pre-qualification tests for any construction structural or pipe related projects. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignment in each course.

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Welding Technology Diploma Program - Indianapolis

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The Welding Technology program prepares students for entry level welder positions as structural and pipe welders. Students develop key fundamental skills during the initial courses and learn to apply these skills using different and more complex welding procedures. The welding procedures include Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW/ MIG), Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW), and Gas Tungsten Arc Gas Welding (GTAW/TIG). Using each of these procedures, students learn to weld plate and pipe in various positions including horizontal, vertical, and overhead. Students also learn various techniques for cutting and preparing metal for welding procedures.

Upon successful completion of all components of this program, the graduate should possess the working knowledge and skills to qualify as a structural and/or pipe welder using any one of three standard welding processes in construction, fabrication, or plant maintenance work settings. Students should be able to successfully complete pre-qualification tests for any construction structural or pipe related projects.

Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignment in each course.

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Contact Phone Number

317-632-5553

Address

7225 Winton Drive Building 128
Indianaplis, IN 46268
United States