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Addiction Studies Technical Diploma

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The Addiction Studies technical diploma allows you to specialize in the knowledge, skills and competencies essential to the field of addiction and recovery. The diploma is a sequence of courses within the Human Services Associate Degree Program.

The Addiction Studies courses introduce you to concepts in the field of substance use disorders and addiction counseling. It also emphasizes areas required by the Department of Safety and Professional Services.

You will explore areas of assessment, case management, counseling, education and professional responsibility. You will also develop and apply the skills necessary to work in a variety of agency settings offering treatment and recovery services.

Completion of the Addiction Studies Technical Diploma prepares you to provide evidence-based, ethical and culturally competent treatment and recovery services to diverse populations.

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Human Services Associate Degree

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The Human Services associate program at Madison College trains you to provide information, support, care and advocacy in a human service agency. You will acquire the skills needed to work with individuals, groups and communities. You will learn to work with people of diverse racial, ethnic and cultural backgrounds. General education courses included in the program teach you to better understand social problems. During the second year of the program, you will start a fieldwork placement in a human service agency. Travel to fieldwork sites is necessary and is your responsibility.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Advanced EMT Technical Diploma

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The Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) Program builds on the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) curriculum. You will learn advanced patient assessment, communication skills and beginning advanced life support interventions. This course meets the educational requirements for licensure in Wisconsin. Prerequisite: Wisconsin Emergency Medical Technician License and Professional level CPR certification. The Department of Health and Family Services may set other requirements.

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Emergency Medical Technology Technical Diploma

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Emergency Medical Technician is an entry-level program and meets requirements for licensure in Wisconsin and certification with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians. This program is offered throughout the district.

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Fire Protection Technician Associate Degree

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Your online associate degree is within reach from home. If you have experience as a volunteer, part-time or full-time firefighter, this program is for you.

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Fire Protection Technician Certificate

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Your online associate degree is within reach from home. If you have experience as a volunteer, part-time or full-time firefighter, this program is for you.

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Fire Protection Technician Certificate

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Your online associate degree is within reach from home. If you have experience as a volunteer, part-time or full-time firefighter, this program is for you.

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Fire Protection Technician Technical Diploma

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Your online associate degree is within reach from home. If you have experience as a volunteer, part-time or full-time firefighter, this program is for you.

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Paramedic Technical Diploma

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The Paramedic technical diploma from Madison College provides the educational background and training for careers in emergency medical services, hospitals, private ambulance services and community para-medicine. Occupational experience and continuing education provide the paramedic with opportunities to serve as EMS managers and instructors.

The embedded technical diploma gives you the opportunity to secure employment (“job out”) and to begin serving local communities, hospitals, and other institutions or industries which require the skills of a paramedic. You can do this while continuing your education later in the Paramedic associate degree program.

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Paramedic Technical Diploma

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The Paramedic technical diploma from Madison College provides the educational background and training for careers in emergency medical services, hospitals, private ambulance services and community para-medicine. Occupational experience and continuing education provide the paramedic with opportunities to serve as EMS managers and instructors.

The embedded technical diploma gives you the opportunity to secure employment (“job out”) and to begin serving local communities, hospitals, and other institutions or industries which require the skills of a paramedic. You can do this while continuing your education later in the Paramedic associate degree program.

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Paramedic Technician Associate Degree

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The Paramedic Technician degree from Madison College provides the educational background and training for careers in emergency medical services, hospitals, private ambulance services and community para-medicine. Occupational experience and continuing education may lead to opportunities to serve as EMS managers and instructors.The embedded technical diploma gives you the opportunity to secure work (“job out”) and begin your career serving local communities, hospitals, and other institutions or industries that require the skills of paramedic. You may choose later to complete your associate degree.

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Paramedic Technician Associate Degree

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The Paramedic Technician degree from Madison College provides the educational background and training for careers in emergency medical services, hospitals, private ambulance services and community para-medicine. Occupational experience and continuing education may lead to opportunities to serve as EMS managers and instructors.The embedded technical diploma gives you the opportunity to secure work (“job out”) and begin your career serving local communities, hospitals, and other institutions or industries that require the skills of paramedic. You may choose later to complete your associate degree.

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Paramedic Technician Technical Diploma

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The Paramedic Technician degree from Madison College provides the educational background and training for careers in emergency medical services, hospitals, private ambulance services and community para-medicine. Occupational experience and continuing education may lead to opportunities to serve as EMS managers and instructors.The embedded technical diploma gives you the opportunity to secure work (“job out”) and begin your career serving local communities, hospitals, and other institutions or industries that require the skills of paramedic. You may choose later to complete your associate degree.

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Paramedic Technician Technical Diploma

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The Paramedic Technician degree from Madison College provides the educational background and training for careers in emergency medical services, hospitals, private ambulance services and community para-medicine. Occupational experience and continuing education may lead to opportunities to serve as EMS managers and instructors.The embedded technical diploma gives you the opportunity to secure work (“job out”) and begin your career serving local communities, hospitals, and other institutions or industries that require the skills of paramedic. You may choose later to complete your associate degree.

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Preschool Teacher

Basic Early Chilshood Educator Technical Diploma

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The Basic Early Childhood Educator embedded technical diploma from Madison College meets the basic requirements to work as a teacher in early childhood settings.

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Child Care Services Technical Diploma

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The Early Childhood Education technical diploma from Madison College prepares you to work as a teacher-caregiver in early childhood settings. It combines hands-on fieldwork in area centers with related academic work at the college. Graduates are prepared to assist in the care and education of children in the birth-to-6-years age range. You will create and maintain safe and healthy play environments, guide behavior, plan and implement learning activities, and work cooperatively with staff and parents.

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Early Childhood Education Associate Degree

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The Early Childhood Education associate degree program at Madison College prepares you to work as a teacher-caregiver in early childhood settings. It combines hands-on fieldwork in area centers with related academic work at the college. Graduates become responsible for the care and education of children in the birth-to-6 age range. They create and maintain safe and healthy play environments, guide behavior, plan and implement learning activities, and work cooperatively with staff and parents. Success in the field depends on a caring attitude, showing respect for children and adults, flexibility, good judgment, dependability and effective communication skills.

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Early Childhood Education Infant and Toddler Certificate

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The Early Childhood Education: Infant and Toddler certificate is designed to prepare you with the specialized skills needed to work as a teacher with children ages 0 to 3 years in early childhood settings.

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Early Childhood Education Preschool Technical Diploma

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Research demonstrates that the best predictor of quality childcare is a teacher's level of education. The Early Childhood Education - Preschool embedded technical diploma at Madison College will prepare you with the skills needed to work as a teacher with children ages 3 - 5 years in early childhood settings.

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Early Childhood Education Technical Diploma

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The Early Childhood Education associate degree program at Madison College prepares you to work as a teacher-caregiver in early childhood settings. It combines hands-on fieldwork in area centers with related academic work at the college. Graduates become responsible for the care and education of children in the birth-to-6 age range. They create and maintain safe and healthy play environments, guide behavior, plan and implement learning activities, and work cooperatively with staff and parents. Success in the field depends on a caring attitude, showing respect for children and adults, flexibility, good judgment, dependability and effective communication skills.

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Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice Studies - Law Enforcement 720 Academy Technical Diploma

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The Law Enforcement Academy at Madison College prepares you for entry-level positions as a law enforcement officer at the municipal and county level. The Law Enforcement Academy program is limited to sworn law enforcement officers who have been assigned by their department and pre-service students who meet all of the requirements.

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Criminal Justice Studies - Law Enforcement 720 Academy Technical Diploma

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The Law Enforcement Academy at Madison College prepares you for entry-level positions as a law enforcement officer at the municipal and county level. The Law Enforcement Academy program is limited to sworn law enforcement officers who have been assigned by their department and pre-service students who meet all of the requirements.

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Criminal Justice Studies Associate Degree

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The Criminal Justice associate degree program provides the academic and professional training necessary to prepare for a career in law enforcement, probation and parole, corrections, warden, and juvenile justice related careers.

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Criminal Justice Studies Associate Degree

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The Criminal Justice associate degree program provides the academic and professional training necessary to prepare for a career in law enforcement, probation and parole, corrections, warden, and juvenile justice related careers.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice Studies - Law Enforcement 720 Academy Technical Diploma

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The Law Enforcement Academy at Madison College prepares you for entry-level positions as a law enforcement officer at the municipal and county level. The Law Enforcement Academy program is limited to sworn law enforcement officers who have been assigned by their department and pre-service students who meet all of the requirements.

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Criminal Justice Studies Associate Degree

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The Criminal Justice associate degree program provides the academic and professional training necessary to prepare for a career in law enforcement, probation and parole, corrections, warden, and juvenile justice related careers.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice Studies Associate Degree

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The Criminal Justice associate degree program provides the academic and professional training necessary to prepare for a career in law enforcement, probation and parole, corrections, warden, and juvenile justice related careers.

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Criminal Justice Studies Associate Degree

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The Criminal Justice associate degree program provides the academic and professional training necessary to prepare for a career in law enforcement, probation and parole, corrections, warden, and juvenile justice related careers.

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Jail Officer Certificate

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The Jail Officer Academy at Madison College prepares you for an entry-level position as a correctional officer. Admission is limited to sworn officers who have been assigned by their department and pre-service students who meet all of the requirements.

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Firefighter

Fire Protection Technician Associate Degree

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Your online associate degree is within reach from home. If you have experience as a volunteer, part-time or full-time firefighter, this program is for you.

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Fire Protection Technician Associate Degree

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Your online associate degree is within reach from home. If you have experience as a volunteer, part-time or full-time firefighter, this program is for you.

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Fire Protection Technician Certificate

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Your online associate degree is within reach from home. If you have experience as a volunteer, part-time or full-time firefighter, this program is for you.

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Fire Protection Technician Technical Diploma

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Your online associate degree is within reach from home. If you have experience as a volunteer, part-time or full-time firefighter, this program is for you.

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Fire Protection Technician Technical Diploma

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Your online associate degree is within reach from home. If you have experience as a volunteer, part-time or full-time firefighter, this program is for you.

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Fire Service Certification Technical Diploma

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The Fire Academy includes 200 hours of firefighting training that prepares you for the State of Wisconsin Firefighter 1 and Firefighter 2 certification examinations. Successful completion of both the Fire Academy and the EMT program will provide you with a diploma in Fire Service Certification.

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Paramedic Technical Diploma

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The Paramedic technical diploma from Madison College provides the educational background and training for careers in emergency medical services, hospitals, private ambulance services and community para-medicine. Occupational experience and continuing education provide the paramedic with opportunities to serve as EMS managers and instructors.

The embedded technical diploma gives you the opportunity to secure employment (“job out”) and to begin serving local communities, hospitals, and other institutions or industries which require the skills of a paramedic. You can do this while continuing your education later in the Paramedic associate degree program.

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Paramedic Technician Associate Degree

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The Paramedic Technician degree from Madison College provides the educational background and training for careers in emergency medical services, hospitals, private ambulance services and community para-medicine. Occupational experience and continuing education may lead to opportunities to serve as EMS managers and instructors.The embedded technical diploma gives you the opportunity to secure work (“job out”) and begin your career serving local communities, hospitals, and other institutions or industries that require the skills of paramedic. You may choose later to complete your associate degree.

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Paramedic Technician Technical Diploma

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The Paramedic Technician degree from Madison College provides the educational background and training for careers in emergency medical services, hospitals, private ambulance services and community para-medicine. Occupational experience and continuing education may lead to opportunities to serve as EMS managers and instructors.The embedded technical diploma gives you the opportunity to secure work (“job out”) and begin your career serving local communities, hospitals, and other institutions or industries that require the skills of paramedic. You may choose later to complete your associate degree.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Associate Degree

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The two-year associate degree Paralegal program will prepare you for highly responsible entry-level paralegal positions. You will take courses that provide you with basic competencies, including: Critical thinkingProblem solvingOral, written, and verbal and non-verbal communication skillsComputer skillsEthics

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Paralegal Post-Baccalaureate Technical Diploma

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The Paralegal Post-Baccalaureate program will prepare you for highly responsible entry-level paralegal positions. This one-year technical diploma will provide you with basic competencies that include:

Critical thinking
Problem solving
Oral, written, and verbal and non-verbal communication skills
Computer skills
Ethics

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Construction Industry

Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology, A.A.S.

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Heating, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R) equipment is essential in all aspects of modern society from your home to businesses like retail stores, restaurants, grocery stores, hospitals, and HVAC/R equipment is critical in the industrial manufacturing process.

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HVAC Technician

Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology, A.A.S.

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Heating, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R) equipment is essential in all aspects of modern society from your home to businesses like retail stores, restaurants, grocery stores, hospitals, and HVAC/R equipment is critical in the industrial manufacturing process.

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HVAC Apprenticeship (ABC)

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Heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems consist of many mechanical, electrical and electronic components, including motors, compressors, pumps, fans, ducts, pipes, thermostats and switches. In central heating systems, a furnace heats air that is distributed throughout the building by a system of metal or fiberglass ducts. Technicians must be able to maintain, diagnose and correct problems throughout the entire system. They may adjust system controls to recommended settings and test the performance of the entire system using special tools and test equipment. The work involves installing ductwork, and installing and wiring environmental control systems.

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Industrial Mechanic - HVAC Technical Diploma

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As a student in the Industrial Mechanic HVAC program at Madison College, you will:

Learn skills necessary to install, troubleshoot and repair a variety of residential, commercial and industrial HVAC and refrigeration equipment.
Develop residential and commercial processing applications.
Earn refrigerant 410A safety and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certifications.
Understand HVAC retrofit requirements, the use of alternative refrigerants and associated oils.
Build automation systems using computer and electronic controls.
Combine management strategies and programmable control applications to cut energy costs and increase efficiency.
Train on specialized diagnostic equipment and tools used in the HVAC refrigeration industry.

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Architectural Drafter

Architectural Technology Associate Degree

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As a student in Madison College's Architectural Technology program, you will:

Develop the skills to enter the architectural field or transfer into a bachelor's degree program in architecture
Build experience working with architectural engineering and construction teams to address challenges in the building industry
Learn to draw, animate, draft, model, render and create architectural plans
Train with the most current technical software, tools and methods
Use computer lab software that is often one year ahead of the procession
Learn 2D and 3D software skills, including 3D modeling, animation and rendering
Understand building materials, construction methods, building codes, site design and structural analysis
Practice client relations, including cost estimation and presentation skills
Learn architectural design history
Assist architects and engineers in developing plans and specifications, and comparing building compliance with contract documents in the field
Learn from instructors who work in the field

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Mechanical Design Technology Associate Degree

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As a Mechanical Design Technology student, you will:

Apply skills that are used to assist in the design process for manufactured products used in everyday life.
Analyze product reliability costs and design to meet customer needs.
Use computer-aided design (CAD) systems to design parametric part models.
Use state-of-the-art additive manufacturing technology when creating 3D printed or rapid prototyped parts.
Acquire hands-on training in various manufacturing processes including machine tool operations, plastics processes, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), hydraulics and pneumatics.
Interpret and apply American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) drawing standards when creating engineering drawings.
Apply common industry quality practices when designing parts.
Learn to work effectively in a team environment.
Use project management principles when planning for projects, including scope, time and cost.
Apply math, science and communication skills.
Explore potential design career paths through field trips to high-tech companies.

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Carpenter

Carpentry Techniques Diploma

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In the Carpentry Techniques Embedded Technical Diploma, you learn basic skills necessary for entry-level jobs in construction. The Carpentry Techniques Embedded Technical Diploma builds upon the basic skills learned in the Construction Essentials Embedded Technical Diploma.

As a Carpentry Techniques student, you will gain the advanced skills required to enter the construction workforce, including developing an understanding of construction processes, such as:

Floor
Wall
Ceiling
Roof framing
Installation methods for roof shingles, windows and door, soffits and fascia, exterior trim and siding.

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Construction and Remodeling Diploma

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Construction and Remodeling program students at Madison College come from all walks of life, but they all share an interest in learning the most current construction techniques for completing projects small to large, rough to refined. After completing the Construction and Remodeling program, graduates go on to employment in all areas of the construction industry, from commercial to residential, new construction to remodeling. View our facility.

As a Construction and Remodeling student, you will

Learn hands-on how to complete a project from prints and specifications.
Understand site preparation, layout and foundations.
Practice framing floors, walls, ceilings and roofs and related carpentry tasks.
Install shingles, windows, doors, stairs, exterior trim, siding, cabinets and interior trim.
Gain experience working in all phases of home construction including estimating materials, understanding building codes and maintaining tools and equipment.
Prepare for a career in residential construction, remodeling, and commercial construction.

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Construction Essentials Diploma

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In the Construction Essentials Embedded Technical Diploma, you learn basic skills necessary for entry-level jobs in construction. You develop an understanding of construction processes, including identification and safe use of hand and portable power tools. You earn an industry recognized safety working environment certification (OSHA).

According to a recent graduate survey, the average entry-level annual pay range for construction/remodeling is $22,000 to $35,000 plus benefits. Earning potential in this field can reach $50,000 or more in three to five years.

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Civil Engineering Technician

Civil Engineering Technology Associate Degree

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Civil engineers design and build important parts of our infrastructure, such as roads, bridges, dams and water supply systems.

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Electrician

Electrical Engineering Associate Degree

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The Electrical Engineering Technology program at Madison College will provide you with the skills you need for a variety of in-demand jobs related to electrical engineering.

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Industrial Electrician Apprenticsehip

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Industrial/maintenance electricians maintain and repair many different types of electrical equipment. They may also modify or install electrical equipment, such as motors, transformers, generators, machine controls and lighting systems in industrial, commercial and public establishments. The electrician is responsible for the periodic inspection of equipment to locate and repair defects before breakdowns occur.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electronic Service Technician Technical Diploma

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Technology has quickly become part of our everyday lives and the demand for skilled electronic technicians is increasing rapidly from manufacturing to end use repair. The Electronic Service Technician embedded technical diploma will open the door to a vast range of careers in many different industries.

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Electronics Associate Degree

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Electronics are everywhere--from the gadgets you use every day to the equipment used to manufacture them. An associate degree in Electronics from Madison College will give you a firm grounding in the world of electronic circuits and the devices they make function, and open the door to an enormous range of careers in many different industries.

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Welder

Gas Metal Arc Welding Technical Diploma

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Students in the Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) Embedded Technical Diploma develop an understanding of interpreting engineering drawings or blueprints, fundamental skills setting up and operating Gas Metal Arc Welding equipment and math functions used in a welding manufacturing environment. Students develop skills learning and applying industry accepted safe working practices and communication strategies commonly used in a welding manufacturing environment. The knowledge and skills learned provide students a foundation for pursuing careers and/or further education in welding manufacturing or metal fabrication.

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Metal Fabrication Technical Diploma

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Metal fabrication involves a variety of processes that take raw material, such as sheet metal, and convert it into a usable structure through layout, cutting, bending, assembling and a range of other processes. The Metal Fabrication program at Madison College will give you a strong grounding in these processes, preparing you for career success as a metalworker.

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Welding Technical Diploma

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As a student in the Welding program at Madison College, you will:

Develop welding skills using common manual and semi-automatic arc welding processes.
Gain skills and knowledge in industrial safety, blueprint reading, metallurgy, basic metal fabrication and career exploration/employability.
Prepare for all welding positions using a variety of plate and sheet metal, including pipe welding.
Complete welding projects following American Welding Society (AWS) codes and procedures.
Prepare for a variety of entry-level positions in the welding, metal fabrication, construction and manufacturing industries.

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Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Maintenance Mechanic/Millwright Apprenticeship

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Maintenance mechanics and millwrights install, dismantle or move machinery and heavy equipment according to layout plans, blueprints or other drawings. They keep machines, mechanical equipment or the structure of an establishment in repair. Duties may involve pipefitting, boilermaking, insulating, welding, machining, carpentry, repairing electrical or mechanical equipment, installing, aligning, and balancing new equipment, and repairing buildings, floors or stairs.

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Plumber

Plumbing Apprenticeship (ABC)

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Plumbers install, repair and maintain the water supply, wastewater treatment, drainage and gas systems in homes, commercial and industrial buildings. The work includes plumbing tasks to assemble, install and repair pipes, fittings and fixtures of heating, water and drainage systems according to specifications and plumbing codes. Plumbers also install sanitary facilities, such as lavatories, toilets, tubs, bathroom fixtures, showers, kitchen fixtures, drinking fountains and laundry equipment.

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Plumbing Apprenticeship (JAC)

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Plumbers install, repair and maintain the water supply, wastewater treatment, drainage and gas systems in homes, commercial and industrial buildings. The work includes plumbing tasks to assemble, install and repair pipes, fittings and fixtures of heating, water and drainage systems according to specifications and plumbing codes. Plumbers also install sanitary facilities, such as lavatories, toilets, tubs, bathroom fixtures, showers, kitchen fixtures, drinking fountains and laundry equipment.

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Communications Industry

AV Technician

Audio Production Certificate

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​The Audio Production certificate at Madison College is geared toward professionals who have an associate of applied arts degree, or a degree from another accredited college or university in art, design, photography, journalism or comparable work experience.

You will work with advanced level production techniques in audio design, recording, editing as well as learn specific audio production tools and communication strategies.

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Photography Associate Degree

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The Photography Associate Degree program at Madison College is designed to equip you with a solid foundation in commercial photography. Our courses will help you develop an individual style, give you hands-on experience with the latest digital technologies, and provide you with the business skills necessary to succeed in the field of photography. Madison College's Photography program is a combination of classroom lectures and demonstrations, practical hands-on assignment work in studios and labs, and real-world experience through internships and assignments that emulate contract work for clients.

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Video Production Certificate

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The Video Production certificate at Madison College is geared toward professionals who have an associate of applied arts degree in photography, graphic design or visual communications, or a degree from another accredited college or university in art, design, photography, journalism or comparable work experience.

You will create videos with advanced level production techniques in lighting, sound, and editing as well as learn specific video production tools and communication strategies that take advantage of videos unique capabilities.

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Visual Communications Associate Degree

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Madison Area Technical College’s Visual Communications Associate Degree Program focuses on multimedia, video and web page production with an emphasis on media design.

As a student in the visual communications program, you will acquire skills in:

Pre-production and storyboarding
Video production and editing
Location and studio lighting
Audio production
Motion graphics, 3D and compositing
Presentation design and instructional media
Web and interaction design
Media design

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Visual Storytelling Certificate

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​​​The Visual Storytelling Certificate is for students interested in a career in multimedia communications. The certificate will provide students with foundational skills needed to land paid internships, part-time and full-time jobs in the professional areas of videography, photography, and social media communications.

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Graphic Designer

Graphic Design Associate Degree

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Build solid skills and define your style in the graphic design field with the two-year Graphic Design associate degree at Madison College.

Successful Graphic Design students are creative and aware of visual details. Throughout the program, students apply those strengths to projects based on technical requirements and deadlines.

At Madison College, you'll understand design fundamentals, learn about emerging trends, and develop professional graphic design skills for big-picture projects and day-to-day tasks.

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Visual Communications Associate Degree

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Madison Area Technical College’s Visual Communications Associate Degree Program focuses on multimedia, video and web page production with an emphasis on media design.

As a student in the visual communications program, you will acquire skills in:

Pre-production and storyboarding
Video production and editing
Location and studio lighting
Audio production
Motion graphics, 3D and compositing
Presentation design and instructional media
Web and interaction design
Media design

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Visual Storytelling Certificate

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​​​The Visual Storytelling Certificate is for students interested in a career in multimedia communications. The certificate will provide students with foundational skills needed to land paid internships, part-time and full-time jobs in the professional areas of videography, photography, and social media communications.

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Web and Digital Media Design Associate Degree

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In this Web & Digital Media Design program, you will acquire the design and production skills needed to work in the growing field of user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design. The Web & Digital Media Design program will prepare you to create responsive web pages, as well as content for many other types of applications, interactive projects and devices.

HTML, CSS, JavaScript, web animation, motion graphics, content management systems and project management are just a few of the skills you will gain in order to produce a variety of cutting-edge interactive projects. The Web & Digital Media Design also includes courses with an emphasis on composition, color, typography, interface design and user experience. This will provide you with the front-end design skills needed to give interactive projects the creative advantage. You will gain real-world experience with a hands-on internship, and the opportunity to prepare and showcase your own portfolio of work.

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Web and Interactive Design Certificate

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The Web & Interactive Design Certificate is geared toward the student who has already earned an Associate of Applied Arts Degree in Graphic Design or Visual Communications from Madison College. Degrees in art/design or multimedia from another accredited college or university, or comparable work experience that can be demonstrated by their portfolio will also be considered.

Throughout the certificate, you will explore a full range of web design topics and skills from planning and user experience all the way through interface design, development, implementation and testing.

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Broadcast Engineer

Visual Storytelling Certificate

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​​​The Visual Storytelling Certificate is for students interested in a career in multimedia communications. The certificate will provide students with foundational skills needed to land paid internships, part-time and full-time jobs in the professional areas of videography, photography, and social media communications.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Body Technician

Auto Collision Repair and Refinish Technician Technical Diploma

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Auto Collision Repair and Refinish Technician is a one-year program at Madison College designed to provide students with skills necessary to enter the metal finishing and automotive refinishing/painting areas of the auto body and light truck trade. Students may also choose to go on to receive MATC's Auto Collision Repair & Refinishing Technician two-year technical diploma.

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Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing Technician Technical Diploma

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The Auto Collision Repair & Refinishing Technician program at Madison College is a two-year technical diploma designed to provide students with the skills necessary to enter the collision repair industry. Emphasis is placed on returning damaged vehicles to previous condition with safe, manufacturer-specific repairs.

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Auto Mechanic

Automotive Technician Technical Diploma

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The Automotive Technician program at Madison College is a two-year diploma that covers a wide range of mechanical systems found in automobiles. We strongly recommend that you work in the auto repair industry while in this program in order to gain additional hands-on experience.

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Automotive Technology - Comprehensive Associate Degree

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The Automotive Technology program at Madison college is a two-year associate degree in automotive mechanical systems. Graduates may choose to go on to earn a bachelor's degree at a four-year institution.

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technician Technical Diploma

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Madison College is one of the top five diesel schools in the nation, according to SkillsUSA. MATC's Diesel & Heavy Equipment Technician program works with an active advisory committee made up of over 30 local industry businesses, with industry partners throughout Wisconsin. Students who choose the Associate Degree Path (AAS) will put in 432 hours of work as a PAID intern with one of our industry partners, gaining more hands-on, real-world experience and receiving a jumpstart on an excellent career.

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Diesel Equipment Technology Associate Degree

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Madison College is one of the top five diesel schools in the nation, according to SkillsUSA. Our Diesel Equipment Technology program works with an active advisory committee made up of over 30 local industry businesses, with industry partners throughout Wisconsin. Students who choose the Associate Degree Path (AAS) will also put in 432 hours of work as a PAID intern with one of our industry partners, gaining more hands-on, real-world experience and receiving a jumpstart on an excellent career.

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Manufacturing Industry

Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Basic Industrial Power (Industrial Maintenance) Technical Diploma

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The Basic Industrial Fluid Power Embedded Technical Diploma provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely assist mechanics in repairing, overhauling, installing, testing and inspecting pneumatic and hydraulic systems. Assist in performing preventive and predictive maintenance on equipment, building and grounds.

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Electrical Maintenance (Industrial Maintenance) Technical Diploma

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The Electrical Maintenance Embedded Technical Diploma focus provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely assist mechanics in repairing, overhauling, installing, testing and inspecting mechanical and electro mechanical equipment. Assist in performing preventive and predictive maintenance on equipment, building and grounds.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Electro-Mechanical Technology, A.A.S.

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Electro-Mechanical Technology, an associate degree in applied science, will prepare you to work as a technician or engineer.

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Industrial Electro-Mechanical Essentials Certificate

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The Industrial Electro-Mechanical Essentials Certificate at Madison College will introduce you to a wide variety of hands-on skills. These skills are used in many industries that employ people in many skill levels including machine operators, maintenance technicians, and engineers. The certificate can also be used as an introduction to skills across many disciplines to help you determine which areas interest you the most. These hands-on skills will give students the knowledge that is essential to understand their role and the role of other departments they interact with.

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Industrial Mechanic - Advanced Manufacturing Technical Diploma

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Machines are the heart of manufacturing and industry, so knowing how to build, install, maintain and fix them is a critical skill that is in great demand by employers.

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Machinist

Machine Tool Operation Technical Diploma

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As a Machine Tool Operations student, you will:

Be introduced to Computer Numerical Control (CNC), Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM).
Acquire skills in basic machining such as milling, manual lathes, and drill presses.
Learn blueprint reading, measurement, quality control, precision and repair machining.
Gain knowledge and skills necessary to build and inspect machined parts.
Get hands-on training in a high-tech work environment.
Problem solve, team work, math, communication, and computers.
Prepares students for employment in the machining and metalworking industries.
Build skills needed to become a skilled craftsman.

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Machine Tooling Technics Technical Diploma

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As a Machine Tooling Technics student, you will:

Gain skill sets that prepare you for careers in Computer Numerical Control (CNC) operation, and CNC programming.
Acquire skills in tool and die making, quality control, precision and repair machining, and other high technical fields.
Learn Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM).
Use state-of-the-art machining centers, turning centers and Electrical Discharge Machines (EDM).
Gain knowledge and skills necessary to design, build and inspect machined parts, injection mold and stamping die.
Get hands-on training on high-tech work equipment.
Learn skills in problem solving, team work, math, communication, and computers.
Become a skilled craftsman.

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Machinist Apprenticeship

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Machinists are skilled workers who can transform a block of metal into an intricate part, such as a gear or piston, that meets precise specification. They set up and operate a variety of machine tools to produce precision parts and instruments. Many machines are computer numerically controlled (CNC), which means the machinist uses computers to direct the machine’s operation.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts Associate Degree

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The Culinary Arts associate degree program at Madison College offers you the opportunity to learn an industry that produces $400 billion in

annual sales in the United States. This program holds the key to landing positions as purchasing agents, general managers and executive chefs.

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Culinary Arts Technical Diploma

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The Culinary Arts associate degree program at Madison College offers you the opportunity to learn an industry that produces $400 billion in

annual sales in the United States. This program holds the key to landing positions as purchasing agents, general managers and executive chefs.

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Healthcare Industry

Dental Assistant

Dental Assistant Technical Diploma

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Madison College's Dental Assistant program trains you to perform chairside assisting and related office and laboratory procedures under the direction and supervision of a dentist.

The Dental Assistant program includes instruction and practical experience in how to identify, use and care of dental equipment and instruments; expose and process radiographs; record medical and dental information; assist with dental emergencies; perform basic office procedures; and maintain an inventory of supplies.

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Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygienist Associate Degree

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The two-year Dental Hygienist associate degree program at Madison College prepares you to work side by side with dentists.

The dental hygienist inspects the mouth, administers local anesthesia and chemotherapeutic agents, removes stains and deposits from teeth, applies preventive agents, prepares clinical and diagnostic tests, completes dental x-rays and performs many other services related to mouth care. Dental hygienists also counsel patients about preventive measures such as nutrition, oral hygiene, and dental care.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Administrative Specialist Associate Degree

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Instructors in Madison College's Medical Administrative Specialist degree program will prepare you to work in a doctor’s office, clinic or hospital setting. This degree will also provide excellent preparation for office positions at any business. At the end of the program, you will have the potential to also become certified as a Microsoft Office Specialist.

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Medical Billing Specialist Technical Diploma

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Madison College developed the Medical Billing Specialist Diploma to help you get hired or promoted, or to update your skills for use in today’s modern medical offices. The skills you obtain with this diploma are part of a pathway and may be applied to the Medical Administrative Specialist Associate program. You also can apply many of the credits toward other programs at Madison College and double major.

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Medical Coding Specialist Technical Diploma

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Medical Coding Specialists translate written medical documentation, provided by physicians and other health care providers, into a numeric form. The Medical Coding Specialist assigns and sequences diagnostic and procedural codes using universally recognized coding systems, e.g., an anterolateral myocardial infarction (heart attack) is translated to I21.09.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Technical Diploma

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The Medical Assistant program at Madison College is designed to teach you to do the work of a physician's office employee, from general office procedures to elementary medical laboratory techniques and helping in the exam room. Training includes placement in a local office/clinic during the final semester.

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Laboratory Technician

Medical Laboratory Technician Associate Degree

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Madison College's Medical Laboratory Technician program serves to offer an associate degree designed for entry-level positions as a medical laboratory technician, to prepare students to successfully take national certification examinations, and to be successful medical laboratory professionals.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Nursing Assistant Program

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The Nursing Assistant program at Madison College prepares students for employment as nursing assistants. Students learn:

Communication skills
Basic nursing and personal care skills
Client rights
Care of clients with dementia

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Occupational Therapy Assistant

Occupational Therapy Assistant Associate Degree

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Occupational therapy assistants (OTA) work with individuals across the lifespan, whose ability to participate in everyday activities is complicated by developmental disability, physical and/or emotional illness, injury or aging.

The Occupational Therapy Assistant program at Madison College will train you to work with occupational therapists in helping individuals improve functionality, quality of life and independence.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomist/Specimen Processor Technical Diploma

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The phlebotomy technician or specimen processor is a vital role in nearly every type of health care facility. Phlebotomists are trained to draw blood from a patient for clinical or medical testing, transfusions, donations or research.

If you are people-oriented, have strong attention to detail and have good manual dexterity, Madison Area Technical College's phlebotomy training may be right for you.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapy Assistant Associate Degree

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A physical therapist assistant (PTA) is a technical healthcare worker who carries out patient treatments under the supervision of a physical therapist.

The primary purpose of physical therapy is to promote optimal human health and function through the application of scientific principles to prevent, identify assess, correct or alleviate acute or prolonged movement dysfunction.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing Technical Diploma

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The Practical Nursing (PN) program at Madison College offers training for in-demand jobs in nursing and health care. Students learn from experienced nursing professionals in digital classrooms and modern labs.

The Practical Nursing (PN) Program prepares graduates to provide basic hands-on nursing care needed by patients in a variety of health care settings. Practical nurses assist with data collection, develop and revise nursing care plans, reinforce teaching provided by RN's or other appropriate health care personnel, and participate as a member of the health care team in meeting basic client needs.

This is an excellent career for people who enjoy working with people and caring for individuals with physical or emotional concerns. Students must be willing to learn, have effective communication and interpersonal skills, and have an interest in health care as a career.

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Radiology Technician

Radiography Associate Degree

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The Radiography associate degree program at Madison College will prepare you for a career as a radiographer. Radiographers, also known as radiologic technologists, play a key role in many health care settings, producing medical images used in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapist, A.A.S.

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The Respiratory Therapy program at Madison College is an intensive full time, two-year program leading to an Associate in Applied Science degree.

This program is designed to prepare graduates with demonstrated competence in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains of respiratory care practice as performed by registered respiratory therapists (RRTs).

The program includes classroom and lab instruction, simulation experience, and clinical practice at local hospital affiliates.

Respiratory Therapists work in a wide variety of clinical settings to evaluate, treat and manage patients with respiratory illnesses and other cardiopulmonary disorders.

Respiratory Therapists perform respiratory care procedures, such as patient evaluation, treatment selection and assessment of treatment, and are involved in clinical decision-making and patient education.

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Vet Technician

Veterinary Technician Associate Degree

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As a Veterinary Technician student, you will learn skills and procedures to improve the health and well-being of veterinary patients.

The Veterinary Technician program is offered in two formats: the traditional face-to-face format and a hybrid format. To learn more about both of these opportunities, click on the Admissions tab above.

Madison College's Hybrid Veterinary Technician program is designed for the student currently performing assistant duties in a veterinary clinic at 20+ hours per week. A credentialed veterinary technician and/or DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) must serve as your mentor and will aid in honing of the essential AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) skills.

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Information Technology Industry

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electronics Associate Degree

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Electronics are everywhere--from the gadgets you use every day to the equipment used to manufacture them. An associate degree in Electronics from Madison College will give you a firm grounding in the world of electronic circuits and the devices they make function, and open the door to an enormous range of careers in many different industries.

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IT Support Specialist

Electronics Associate Degree

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Electronics are everywhere--from the gadgets you use every day to the equipment used to manufacture them. An associate degree in Electronics from Madison College will give you a firm grounding in the world of electronic circuits and the devices they make function, and open the door to an enormous range of careers in many different industries.

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IT - Cloud Support Associate Degree

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There is a growing need for IT professionals with experience in cloud computing and virtualization technologies. With an associate degree from Madison College in IT-Cloud Support Associate, you will learn the fundamentals of architecture, deployment, management and operations on leading cloud computing platforms.

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IT - Desktop Support Technician Technical Diploma

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The IT-Desktop Support Technician program will prepare you to provide first-level technical support to resolve software, hardware and system problems for PC users. You will develop skills to install, support, and maintain hardware and software, and to ensure that all customer requests and problems are dealt with quickly and effectively. Courses are presented in a hands-on classroom atmosphere. As a student you will be trained in hardware and software installation, configuration, and troubleshooting, basic network concepts, supporting new technologies, repairing workstations and performing upgrades.

You will gain an understanding of how a help desk functions, and how customer service plays an important role in today’s world of technology. Career opportunities exist in all areas of the country. This program may be used to help prepare for the CompTIA A+ computer troubleshooting certification.

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IT - Network Specialist Technical Diploma

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The Information Technology-Network Specialist program will prepare you to administer, install, maintain and troubleshoot data and voice networks.

You will gain a working knowledge of Local Area Networks (LANs), Wide Area Networks (WANs), and their interconnectivity to nodes, servers and other end user devices in an enterprise network. Additionally, you will learn hands-on training in network operating systems, user administration, network security, network design and implementing voice over IP (VoIP).

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IT - Service Center Career Pathway Certificate

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The IT-Service Center Technician Certificate from Madison College provides instruction for information systems professionals and programming students in the areas of computer hardware and software. Topics covered include installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of personal computer hardware, operating systems and software. After completing the certificate courses, students will need additional preparation and practice time to successfully pass the CompTIA A+ certification exams.

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IT - Systems Administration Specialist Associate Degree

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With an associate degree from Madison College in IT-Systems Administration Specialist, you will learn the fundamentals of operating systems support, networking and systems integration. You also will be challenged to learn Microsoft Windows system administration for both client and server systems, as well as other technologies valued by area employers.

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IT - Systems Administration Specialist Associate Degree

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With an associate degree from Madison College in IT-Systems Administration Specialist, you will learn the fundamentals of operating systems support, networking and systems integration. You also will be challenged to learn Microsoft Windows system administration for both client and server systems, as well as other technologies valued by area employers.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

IT - Cisco Certified Networking Associate Certificate

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The Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) certificate program is designed to prepare information systems professionals for the field of network management, design, configuration, maintenance and troubleshooting of both local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs). CCNAs are becoming increasingly important as the number of networking devices continues to increase. Students enrolling in the CCNA certificate program will be able to meet these needs, thereby effectively engaging with this growing segment of the economy. Four courses will teach students the necessary skills to make them successful in the field of data networking.

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IT - Network Specialist Associate Degree

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The Information Technology-Network Specialist program will prepare you to administer, install, maintain and troubleshoot data and voice networks.

You will gain a working knowledge of Local Area Networks (LANs), Wide Area Networks (WANs), and their interconnectivity to nodes, servers and other end user devices in an enterprise network. Additionally, you will learn hands-on training in network operating systems, user administration, network security, network design and implementing voice over IP (VoIP).

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IT - Systems Administration Specialist Associate Degree

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With an associate degree from Madison College in IT-Systems Administration Specialist, you will learn the fundamentals of operating systems support, networking and systems integration. You also will be challenged to learn Microsoft Windows system administration for both client and server systems, as well as other technologies valued by area employers.

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Data Security Management

IT - Cybersecurity Specialist Associate Degree

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The IT-Cybersecurity Specialist associate degree program at Madison College provides comprehensive instruction in computing systems and networks that have an important impact on data confidentiality, integrity and availability. Emphasis is placed on vigilant security awareness throughout the curriculum.

The IT-Cybersecurity Specialist program introduces the student to computer network threats and the appropriate incident response, to include defenses, countermeasures and computer forensics. Students are exposed to scenarios reflecting the legal and ethical issues associated with information security. Extensive hands-on labs build practical experience in configuring a variety of network operating systems, firewalls, virtual private networks (VPN), packet filters and intrusion detection systems (IDS) to maximize information security in the network.

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Software Developer

IT - Front End Developer Associate Degree

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This associate degree program meets the specific skill and knowledge requirements of Front End Developer positions. A front end web developer is responsible for implementing visual elements and interactivity that users see in modern web applications. Front end developers use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, along with numerous JavaScript frameworks, to code interactive web applications. Training blends general educational development with required IT technical skills for developers in government, insurance, manufacturing, service, wholesale and retail sales, utilities, banking and accounting.

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IT - Java Professional Developer Certificate

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The IT Java Professional Developer certificate from Madison College is designed to prepare information systems professionals to use the Java programming language for web development. Three classes teach students the necessary skills to be successful in Java web development.

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IT - PHP Professional Web Developer Certificate

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The PHP Professional Web Developer Certificate at Madison College is designed to prepare information systems professionals to use the PHP programming language for web development. Classes cover advanced web application features such as shopping carts, content management systems using Drupal, web forums and connecting to web services. The certificate classes teach students the necessary skills to make them successful in PHP web development.

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IT - Web Software Developer Associate Degree

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The IT-Web Software Developer program at Madison College meets the specific skills and knowledge requirements of technical and professional jobs within the information technology field for an entry-level web analyst/programmer. This technology-based program is designed to meet entry-level educational needs in most segments of the IT field, which utilizes a variety of computers. Training blends general educational development and required IT technical skills. Graduates are prepared for entry-level web developer jobs in government, insurance, manufacturing, service, software development, wholesale and retail sales, utilities, banking and accounting.

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Visual Communications Associate Degree

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Madison Area Technical College’s Visual Communications Associate Degree Program focuses on multimedia, video and web page production with an emphasis on media design.

As a student in the visual communications program, you will acquire skills in:

Pre-production and storyboarding
Video production and editing
Location and studio lighting
Audio production
Motion graphics, 3D and compositing
Presentation design and instructional media
Web and interaction design
Media design

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Visual Storytelling Certificate

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​​​The Visual Storytelling Certificate is for students interested in a career in multimedia communications. The certificate will provide students with foundational skills needed to land paid internships, part-time and full-time jobs in the professional areas of videography, photography, and social media communications.

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Web and Digital Media Design Associate Degree

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In this Web & Digital Media Design program, you will acquire the design and production skills needed to work in the growing field of user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design. The Web & Digital Media Design program will prepare you to create responsive web pages, as well as content for many other types of applications, interactive projects and devices.

HTML, CSS, JavaScript, web animation, motion graphics, content management systems and project management are just a few of the skills you will gain in order to produce a variety of cutting-edge interactive projects. The Web & Digital Media Design also includes courses with an emphasis on composition, color, typography, interface design and user experience. This will provide you with the front-end design skills needed to give interactive projects the creative advantage. You will gain real-world experience with a hands-on internship, and the opportunity to prepare and showcase your own portfolio of work.

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Web and Interactive Design Certificate

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The Web & Interactive Design Certificate is geared toward the student who has already earned an Associate of Applied Arts Degree in Graphic Design or Visual Communications from Madison College. Degrees in art/design or multimedia from another accredited college or university, or comparable work experience that can be demonstrated by their portfolio will also be considered.

Throughout the certificate, you will explore a full range of web design topics and skills from planning and user experience all the way through interface design, development, implementation and testing.

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AV Technician

Visual Communications Associate Degree

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Madison Area Technical College’s Visual Communications Associate Degree Program focuses on multimedia, video and web page production with an emphasis on media design.

As a student in the visual communications program, you will acquire skills in:

Pre-production and storyboarding
Video production and editing
Location and studio lighting
Audio production
Motion graphics, 3D and compositing
Presentation design and instructional media
Web and interaction design
Media design

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Visual Storytelling Certificate

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​​​The Visual Storytelling Certificate is for students interested in a career in multimedia communications. The certificate will provide students with foundational skills needed to land paid internships, part-time and full-time jobs in the professional areas of videography, photography, and social media communications.

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Graphic Designer

Visual Communications Associate Degree

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Madison Area Technical College’s Visual Communications Associate Degree Program focuses on multimedia, video and web page production with an emphasis on media design.

As a student in the visual communications program, you will acquire skills in:

Pre-production and storyboarding
Video production and editing
Location and studio lighting
Audio production
Motion graphics, 3D and compositing
Presentation design and instructional media
Web and interaction design
Media design

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Visual Storytelling Certificate

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​​​The Visual Storytelling Certificate is for students interested in a career in multimedia communications. The certificate will provide students with foundational skills needed to land paid internships, part-time and full-time jobs in the professional areas of videography, photography, and social media communications.

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Web and Digital Media Design Associate Degree

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In this Web & Digital Media Design program, you will acquire the design and production skills needed to work in the growing field of user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design. The Web & Digital Media Design program will prepare you to create responsive web pages, as well as content for many other types of applications, interactive projects and devices.

HTML, CSS, JavaScript, web animation, motion graphics, content management systems and project management are just a few of the skills you will gain in order to produce a variety of cutting-edge interactive projects. The Web & Digital Media Design also includes courses with an emphasis on composition, color, typography, interface design and user experience. This will provide you with the front-end design skills needed to give interactive projects the creative advantage. You will gain real-world experience with a hands-on internship, and the opportunity to prepare and showcase your own portfolio of work.

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Web and Interactive Design Certificate

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The Web & Interactive Design Certificate is geared toward the student who has already earned an Associate of Applied Arts Degree in Graphic Design or Visual Communications from Madison College. Degrees in art/design or multimedia from another accredited college or university, or comparable work experience that can be demonstrated by their portfolio will also be considered.

Throughout the certificate, you will explore a full range of web design topics and skills from planning and user experience all the way through interface design, development, implementation and testing.

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Broadcast Engineer

Visual Storytelling Certificate

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​​​The Visual Storytelling Certificate is for students interested in a career in multimedia communications. The certificate will provide students with foundational skills needed to land paid internships, part-time and full-time jobs in the professional areas of videography, photography, and social media communications.

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Business Industry

Training and Development Specialist

Human Resources Certificate

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The Human Resources certificate at Madison College is designed to help you refresh your skills in order to maintain or pursue a career in human resources. You will learn the nature of human management, strategic planning, issues in human resources, analyze and staff jobs, payroll compensation, benefits management, training, and how to develop human resources.

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Human Resources Management Associate Degree

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The Human Resource Management associate degree focuses on business organization and staffing, finance, and management. Instructors at Madison College will help you become an effective human resource manager in any organization. Students will learn the basics of human resources covered in MATC's Human Resources certificate such as strategic planning, issues in human resources, how to analyze and staff jobs, payroll compensation, benefits management, training and how to develop human resources.

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Energy Industry

Wind Turbine Technician

Renewable Energy Certificate

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Madison College offers a Renewable Energy Certificate program for students interested in the design, engineering, economic analysis, installation, maintenance and repair of various types of renewable energy systems.

The Renewable Energy certificate program is designed to integrate interdisciplinary technical courses taught by faculty who hold appointments and certifications in a variety of instructional areas, including electrical and mechanical technology, engineering, agriculture, and basic and applied sciences.

As a renewable energy student at Madison College, you’ll have the opportunity to explore and learn in classrooms, laboratories and field locations.

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Earn + Learn Programs

Construction

HVAC Technician

HVAC Apprenticeship (ABC)

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Electrician

Industrial Electrician Apprenticsehip

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Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Maintenance Mechanic/Millwright Apprenticeship

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Plumber

Plumbing Apprenticeship (ABC)

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Plumbing Apprenticeship (JAC)

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Manufacturing

Machinist

Machinist Apprenticeship

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