Moraine Park Technical College

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Construction Industry

Carpenter

ABC Carpentry Apprenticeship

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Prepare for an active and diverse carpentry career with MPTC's apprenticeship program. Apprentices gain hands-on classroom instruction and on-the-job training to learn carpentry skills in both indoor and outdoor settings. During the apprenticeship program, participants work alongside journeyman carpenters on residential, commercial and industrial projects. Apprentices learn the basics of construction safety, how to read blueprints and get an introduction to green and sustainable energy conservation practices. A carpenter's work is strenuous and physically demanding. Common tasks include concrete forming as well as wood and metal framing of structures. Prolonged standing, climbing and squatting are often necessary.

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Electrician

ABC Construction Electrician Apprenticeship

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Combining hands-on work with in-classroom training, the ABC Construction Electrician Apprenticeship program from MPTC teaches students the fundamentals of electrical systems. If you enjoy working in a variety of facilities and atmospheres, becoming an electrician could be the path for you. Electricians deal with diverse and constantly changing work, but what remains the same is the work they do to plan, diagram, repair and install electrical fixtures.

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Electricity Technical Diploma

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The Electricity program provides students with a strong foundation in general electrical concepts. Students gain skills in residential, commercial and industrial electricity. From analyzing electrical circuits to investigating theories and principles of renewable energy, this program provides students with a wide skillset and prepares graduates to enter the workforce and become an electrician apprentice.

Students in the electricity program gain hands-on training in reading blueprints, using trade-specific math, and understanding electrical code and theory. Students also review renewable energy theories and principals.

Graduates are skilled in applying electrical codes, evaluating electrical circuits, and installing electrical equipment in a residential, industrial and commercial settings. They are also prepared to explain and follow construction safety practices.

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Industrial Electrician Apprenticeship

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Industrial electricians work to install, test, troubleshoot, maintain and repair electrical equipment in industrial settings. They ensure electrical systems run safely and efficiently, as the systems they work on power large, complex facilities.

Industrial electrician apprentices learn from hands-on classroom instruction that complements on-the-job apprenticeship training critical for success in the industrial trades.

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Architectural Drafter

Architectural Technology, A.A.S.

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Moraine Park's Architectural Technology Associate of Applied Science program provides the knowledge and experience in planning and design that are needed in the construction industry today.

Serve as a team support member to architects, engineers, surveyors, and mechanical contractors to help plan and design the construction of buildings, highways, bridges, utilities and other major infrastructure projects. Students apply computer-aided design (BIM/CAD) skills to architectural, structural and related designs. Graduates may find employment with architectural firms, civil/structural/mechanical engineering firms, general and mechanical contractors, surveyors, municipalities and public utilities.

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Mechanical Design Technology, A.A.S.

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Combine your design skills, math knowledge and mechanical aptitude and turn it into a career with the Mechanical Design Technology program at Moraine Park.

From designing products to preparation of models and drawings for all types of machines and manufacturing industries, mechanical designers assist engineers by developing designs for mechanical equipment using Computer Aided Design (CAD). The Mechanical Design Technology program prepares students for the field with hands-on CAD work, and an in-depth look at project and product development.

Students in the Mechanical Design Technology courses learn about various materials used in design and manufacturing, and practice by developing models and finalizing designs. Coursework also includes die, mold, jig and fixture designing. Students become skilled at analyzing parts drawings and troubleshooting mechanical engineering issues. Graduates are proficient in the latest CAD software and are knowledgeable about Lean manufacturing and green sustainable technologies.

Graduates find jobs with a variety of manufacturing industries including metal fabrication companies; industrial equipment manufacturers; paper equipment manufacturers; consumer product companies; recreational equipment firms; and tool, die, metal stamping and mold making companies.

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Metal Fabricator

Fabrication Technologies, A.A.S.

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Are you a very detail-oriented person with the desire to work with your hands AND make a difference? Moraine Park’s Fabrication Technologies degree gives students the knowledge and skills they need to increase productivity, innovation and competitiveness in the manufacturing industry.

Students gain fabricating skills in automated cutting, forming and welding processes that prepare them for obtaining the Precision Sheet Metal Certification from the Fabricators and Manufacturers Association.

Through our gas metal arc welding (GMAW), gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) and fabrication courses, students learn how to set up and operate metal fabrication, industrial welding and cutting equipment; interpret industrial prints; apply mathematical reasoning; and use various fabrication processes.

The coursework also includes topics in computer aided design (CAD); computer numerical control (CNC), advanced manufacturing planning and production; lean manufacturing practices; and quality applications used in today’s advanced manufacturing companies.

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Metal Fabrication Technical Diploma

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Take your passion for developing a plan, solving problems and working with your hands into a career in metal fabrication with a one-year technical diploma from Moraine Park Technical College. Moraine Park’s two-semester metal fabrication technical diploma gives students hands-on experience in fabricating metal products from start to finish. Students work on individual and team projects, as well as service-learning projects for the community. In Moraine Park’s hands-on metal fabrication courses, students learn how to build metal products from start to finish, read prints and use lean practices in automated cutting, forming and welding. Students also learn gas metal arc welding (GMAW); gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW); and laser, plasma and oxy-fuel cutting.Upon completion, students are prepared to take the FMA Fundamentals of Metal Fabrication Certificate exam.We want our students to succeed in the classroom and beyond, which is why we have worked with leaders in business and industry to develop Critical Core Manufacturing Skills (CCMS). The metal fabrication training program at MPTC is designed to help students work cooperatively, work productively, listen effectively, demonstrate a positive attitude, maintain a safe work environment, demonstrate integrity, communicate clearly, follow directions, apply problem solving strategies, apply mathematical reasoning, think critically and adapt to change.

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Construction Equipment Operator

Forklift Safety Training

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Explores the fundamentals of forklift operation in the workplace. Students receive hands-on application by practicing with a forklift. Participants examine factors affecting safe operation for the operator, the load, the forklift and the physical environment. Certification is available upon completion for propane, electric and pallet jack forklifts (types I, IV, V). Class is compliant with OSHA standard 1910.178 for powered trucks. Forklift books are included in the cost and will be distributed by the instructor the day of the class.

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Welder

Gas Metal Arc Welding Certificate

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Want to work with your hands and gain entry-level employment in the manufacturing industry?

Moraine Park’s Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) Certificate prepares students for entry-level employment as MIG welders in as little as six months, and students can also choose to continue their education by applying their certificate credits to the Welding technical diploma.

Gas metal arc welding (GMAW), also known as MIG welding, is a welding process that can be used on most metals and alloys, and is popular in a variety of manufacturing and industrial settings.

In Moraine Park’s Welding certificate program, students gain hands-on experience using welding equipment, practicing welding safety, using occupational math, reading welding prints, and gas metal arc welding in all positions.

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Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Certificate

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Want to work with your hands and gain entry-level employment in the manufacturing industry or a shop setting?

Moraine Park’s Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) Certificate prepares students for entry-level employment as gas tungsten arc welders in as little as six months, and students can also choose to continue their education by applying their certificate credits to the Welding technical diploma.

Gas tungsten arc welding, also known as TIG welding, is a welding process that can be used on most metals and alloys, and is popular for production and repair welding needs.

MPTC welding students gain hands-on experience using welding equipment and learn welding safety, occupational math, welding print reading and gas tungsten arc welding in all positions.

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Shielded Metal Arc Welding Certificate

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Enroll in Moraine Park Technical College’s Shielded Metal Arc Welding Certificate program to jumpstart your career as a welder and gain hands-on welding training.

Shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), also known as stick welding is commonly used in maintenance departments, repair shops, construction sites, pipe welding and other industrial settings.

Moraine Park’s Shielded Metal Arc Welding Certificate prepares students for entry-level employment as a welder, and students can also choose to continue their education by applying their certificate credits to the Welding technical diploma.

Students gain hands-on experience in shielded metal arc welding in all positions, as well as knowledge of welding safety, occupational math, welding print reading and cutting processes.

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Welding Technical Diploma

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Do you love working with your hands and technology? Make your mark—and a few sparks—with a career in welding through Moraine Park Technical College’s 1-year Welding technical diploma.

Want to become a welder? Get the training you need to gain entry-level employment (in less than a year!) in Moraine Park’s Welding technical diploma program.

Moraine Park’s Welding technical diploma program teaches individuals the welding and fabrication skills needed in today’s industries. Through hands-on experience in a welding laboratory, students gain skills in all welding positions.

Upon completion, students will know how to interpret welding drawings, operate metal fabricating equipment, perform thermal cutting, produce gas metal arc welds (GMAW), produce gas tungsten arc welds (GTAW), produce shielded metal arc welds (SMAW), produce flux cored arc welds (FCAW) and demonstrate safety practices.

We want our students to succeed in the classroom and beyond, which is why we have worked with leaders in business and industry to develop Critical Core Manufacturing Skills (CCMS). The welding diploma at MPTC is designed to help students work cooperatively, work productively, listen effectively, demonstrate a positive attitude, maintain a safe work environment, demonstrate integrity, communicate clearly, follow directions, apply problem solving strategies, apply mathematical reasoning, think critically and adapt to change.

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Wisconsin Structural Welding Certification

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#Ind.53.63 requires that all structural welding done in the State of Wisconsin be performed by state-certified welders. Single family or two-family dwellings and buildings used solely for agricultural use are exempt from this requirement.

All tests are in accordance with AWS D1.1 Structural Steel Welding Code. All joint configurations and welding processes must meet the criteria given under section 3 of AWS D1.1 titled Prequalification of WPSs.

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HVAC Technician

HVAC Installation Technician Technical Diploma

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Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration jobs are in high-demand. Take advantage of this job-growth by getting started in MPTC's HVAC Installation Technician program. Students receive vast HVAC training and learn principles of air conditioning and heating installation.

Students of this program benefit from hands-on instruction in a state-of-the-art lab and simulated construction environment. Students learn how to install and start up residential and commercial heating, ventilation, refrigeration and air conditioning equipment. Students receive hands-on training in applications of refrigeration, hot water/steam heating and electric motors and controls.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Administrative Medical Assistant Certificate

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Administrative medical assistants are at the front lines of a medical office and play an integral role in the patient experience. This certificate prepares students to perform specialized administrative tasks in a health care setting such as patient registration, scheduling patient appointments and procedures, telecommunications skills, maintaining electronic health care records, operating computer software and office equipment, and maintaining supplies for the office.

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Health Information Technology, A.A.S.

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Become a health information management professional, one of the fastest growing occupations in the U.S., with a Health Information Technology degree.

Moraine Park’s Health Information Technology program—which can be completed online on a full-time or part-time basis—is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM). Graduates are eligible to take the national certification exam offered by the American Health Information Management Association to become Registered Health Information Technicians (RHIT).

Our Health Information Technology graduates have exceeded the national pass rate on the RHIT exam for more than 25 years, and 100 percent of program students have received a favorable rating on the professional practice site supervisor evaluation in the five technical domains and employability skills.

Health information technicians collect, analyze, and report health care data, helping ensure patients receive high-quality care. Moraine Park students learn from instructors who are currently working in the field, gaining knowledge of disease, treatments, computer systems and organizational skills.

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Medical Billing Specialist Certificate

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Start your career in the medical records and information field in as little as one year with a Medical Billing Specialist Certificate from Moraine Park Technical College.

Medical billing specialists review patient charts to transcribe patient history into standardized medical codes that can be used by both the health care providers and insurance companies.

The Medical Billing Specialist Certificate at Moraine Park prepares students to enter the growing medical records and information field with a strong foundation and understanding of the complex billing processes in a health care organization.

The Medical Billing Specialist certificate teaches students the basics of medical terminology and billing practices, as well as hands-on experience using medical billing and coding software programs. MPTC’s Medical Billing Specialist certificate prepares students for the Certified Professional Coder designation from the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

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Medical Coding Specialist Technical Diploma

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Start your career in the health care industry—become a medical coding specialist in less than a year with an online diploma from Moraine Park Technical College.

Medical coding specialists review medical documentation provided by health care providers and translate it into an alphanumeric classification system. Using universally recognized coding systems, the coding specialist then assigns and sequences diagnostic and procedural codes, which are used by insurance companies to process health care claims, as well as for statistics and medical research.

Graduates from Moraine Park's online Medical Coding Specialist program are eligible to take the national Clinical Coding Associate (CCA) certification examination through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). They may also take AHIMA’s national Clinical Coding Specialist (CCS) examination (two years of coding experience is recommended before taking the CCS examination).

Graduates learn medical coding basics, including how to collect health data, use apps to collect and code data, apply coding and reimbursement systems and act professionally and ethically in the workplace.

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Medical Office Specialist Technical Diploma

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Become a medical office specialist in less than a year with a diploma from Moraine Park Technical College and prepare for a rewarding health care career. Medical office specialists are typically the first to greet patients as they walk in the door and play a crucial role in the patient experience. Medical office specialists combine medical office skills with computer skills, understand the importance of patient confidentiality and have strong human relations skills necessary for working with patients. Graduates of the Medical Office Specialist program may be eligible to write the Certified Medical Administrative Specialist (CMAS) exam offered by the American Medical Technologists (AMT). The Medical Office Specialist program prepares students for entry-level work in the healthcare industry through a solid foundation in medical terminology, medical coding, customer service, ethics in a healthcare setting and human anatomy. MPTC students also gain hands-on experience using software and technology in a medical setting though maintaining patient charts and using electronic medical records.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Technical Diploma

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Prepare for a rewarding career in health care and join one of the fastest-growing fields in less than one year with Moraine Park Technical College’s Medical Assistant program.

Prepare to make a difference in the lives of others, and act as one of the first points of contact for patients in medical offices with a career as a medical assistant. In Moraine Park’s Medical Assistant program, students learn how to assist physicians in a variety of clinical and administrative tasks, such as greeting patients, scheduling appointments, updating patient medical records, and coding and billing. The medical assistant profession is one of the fastest growing occupations in the U.S.

Graduates of the Medical Assistant program are eligible to write the Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) exam offered by the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) and/or the Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) exam by the American Medical Technologists (AMT).

In Moraine Park’s Medical Assistant courses, students learn how to record medical histories, obtain vital signs, prepare patients for examination, collect and prepare laboratory specimens, perform CLIA-waived laboratory tests, and instruct patients about medications or special diets. As graduates, these clinical tasks are performed under the supervision of a physician and vary according to state law.

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Laboratory Technician

Medical Laboratory Technician, A.A.S.

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Earn a Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) associate degree at Moraine Park and start your career as a MLT in less than two years. Moraine Park’s Medical Laboratory Technician program prepares students for entry-level laboratory work performing tests on tissue, blood and other body fluids to help doctors diagnose illnesses, make medical decisions and plan treatment options.In the Medical Lab Technician program, students gain hands-on experience performing routine clinical lab tests, such as hematology (blood tests), clinical chemistry (often used to determine a patient’s general health), microbiology (used to identify infections), coagulation, molecular and other diagnostic techniques. Through a combination of hands-on coursework and a clinical site placement, medical lab technician students learn laboratory safety, practice collecting and processing biological specimens, monitor and evaluate quality control in the laboratory, correlate lab tests to a diagnosis of a condition or disease, and more.

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IT Support Specialist

Medical Office Specialist Technical Diploma

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Become a medical office specialist in less than a year with a diploma from Moraine Park Technical College and prepare for a rewarding health care career. Medical office specialists are typically the first to greet patients as they walk in the door and play a crucial role in the patient experience. Medical office specialists combine medical office skills with computer skills, understand the importance of patient confidentiality and have strong human relations skills necessary for working with patients. Graduates of the Medical Office Specialist program may be eligible to write the Certified Medical Administrative Specialist (CMAS) exam offered by the American Medical Technologists (AMT). The Medical Office Specialist program prepares students for entry-level work in the healthcare industry through a solid foundation in medical terminology, medical coding, customer service, ethics in a healthcare setting and human anatomy. MPTC students also gain hands-on experience using software and technology in a medical setting though maintaining patient charts and using electronic medical records.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing - Associate Degree with a Practical Nursing Exit Point, A.A.S.

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Pursue your passion for helping people and health care—become an LPN or RN in less than two years with an associate degree in Nursing from Moraine Park Technical College.

Moraine Park’s Nursing—Associate Degree with a Practical Nursing Exit Point program prepares graduates for careers as licensed practical nurses (LPN) or registered nurses (RN) through hands-on classroom instruction, laboratory practice and clinical nursing experiences.

The MPTC Nursing program is designed so students can complete the first two semesters, take the Practical Nursing National Council Licensure Examination, and seek employment as LPNs. Students can also complete the full four semesters, earn an associate degree in Nursing (ADN), take the National Council Licensure Exam for Registered Nurses and apply for employment as RNs.

Moraine Park’s Nursing program prepares students for entry-level careers in the health care industry, giving you knowledge and skills to provide patient-centered care with integrity, use social, mathematical, physical sciences, pharmacology and pathophysiology in clinical decision making, use new technology to manage data and improve patient care, and more.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Nursing Assistant Technical Diploma

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Ignite your passion for helping people and begin your journey in the medical field with a Nursing Assistant technical diploma from Moraine Park Technical College.

The Nursing Assistant program at Moraine Park prepares students to take the Wisconsin Nurse Aide Registry exam through a combination of more than 120 hours of classroom theory, laboratory work and clinical experience. Students learn the skills they need to work in long-term care settings, such as taking vital signs, bathing, dressing, making beds and other direct resident care.

Moraine Park’s Nursing Assistant training prepares students for work as nursing assistants by teaching the foundations of how to communicate and interact with patients, family and co-workers, maintain and protect client rights, and record observations. Students also learn ethical and legal responsibilities of nursing assistants, how to provide safe care for a diverse population, assist clients with long-term, disabling conditions, and more.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy Technician Certificate

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Become a phlebotomy technician in less than a year with a certificate from Moraine Park Technical College.

Phlebotomists play an important role in the medical field through the collection of blood and other patient samples for medical testing and diagnosis, as well as for donation to blood banks.

Become a phlebotomist with Moraine Park’s two-course certificate, which prepares individuals to collect blood specimens via venipuncture and capillary puncture procedures for the purposes of laboratory analysis.

Upon completion of the certificate, students may take the national certification examination offered by the Board of Certification.

The phlebotomy courses are taken in sequence over two semesters and give students a basic understanding of laboratory equipment, as well as medical terminology. The first course, Phlebotomy Essentials, provides students with theory, safety techniques and regulations, infection control, and procedural applications and training. The second course, Phlebotomy Clinical, places students at clinical sites. Travel is required for clinical sites, and clinical times may vary.

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Radiology Tech

Radiography, A.A.S.

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Join the growing field of x-ray as a radiologic technologist with an accredited associate degree from Moraine Park Technical College.The Radiography associate degree at Moraine Park prepares students for a career in diagnostic radiology (x-ray) as a radiologic technologist.A radiologic technologist produces images of the human body to aid physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of injuries and diseases.Graduates of the Radiography program are eligible to take the entry-level certification examination administered by the American Registry of Radiography Technologists (ARRT). Moraine Park Radiography students learn how to use x-ray imaging equipment to demonstrate body parts on x-ray images for diagnostic purposes, including: diagnostic radiology, fluoroscopy, trauma procedures, portable imaging, surgical procedures, pediatric radiography and special procedures.Students also learn how to produce and evaluate radiographic images, use computer skills in the radiographic clinical settings, practice radiation safety principles, and model professional and ethical behavior in line with the ARRT Code of Ethics.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapy, A.A.S.

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Become a respiratory therapist in under three years with an associate degree from Moraine Park Technical College.

Respiratory therapists work as part of a health care team to evaluate, treat and manage patients of all ages with respiratory and other cardiopulmonary disorders.

Respiratory therapists see patients with diseases, infections and viruses of the cardiopulmonary system, such as lung cancer, asthma, emphysema, bronchitis and pneumonia. Common respiratory care includes managing mechanical ventilation life support systems, assessing the cardiopulmonary status of patients, drawing blood samples, performing blood gas analysis and pulmonary function testing, initiating ordered respiratory care, evaluating and monitoring patients' responses to such care and modifying the prescribed respiratory therapy and cardiopulmonary procedures. Respiratory therapists also provide patient, family and community education, and participate in life support activities as required. Upon graduation, Moraine Park Respiratory Therapy students are qualified for admission to the entry-level and advanced practitioner examinations to become a registered respiratory therapist.

Moraine Park Respiratory Therapy students gain hands-on experience in applying respiratory therapy concepts to patient care situations, demonstrating technical proficiency required to fulfill the role of a respiratory therapist and practice respiratory therapy according to established professional and ethical standards.

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technology, A.A.S.

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Stay local or take your career nationwide (or even abroad) with an in-demand health care career in surgical technology with an associate degree from Moraine Park Technical College.

Surgical technologists, also called operating room technicians, are allied health professionals who prepare operating rooms, arrange equipment and assist doctors during surgeries.

Moraine Park Surgical Technology students learn the theory and application of sterile and aseptic technique, human anatomy, surgical procedures, and implementation of tools and technologies to facilitate a physician’s performance of invasive therapeutic and diagnostic procedures.

Students gain hands-on experience through two semesters of clinical work, and are required to complete a minimum of 120 clinical cases to graduate.

Surgical technology students learn the basic principles and best practices of working in the peri-operative environment, how to maintain a safe and sterile surgical environment, how to provide a safe and supportive environment for the patient, how to prep patients, operating rooms and surgical teams for the preoperative phase, and how to perform intraoperative and postoperative case management.

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Public Service Industry

EMTs and Paramedics

Advanced Emergency Medical Technician Technical Diploma

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Make a difference and play an important role in your community with the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician program at MPTC. Students prepare to provide a higher level of pre-hospital patient care in emergency situations.

Students learn basic and limited advanced lifesaving skills through in class instruction and during clinical rotations. Advanced EMT builds upon the EMT foundation and adds to the student’s ability to perform skills and provide care to critically ill patients.

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Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic Technical Diploma

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Moraine Park Technical College’s Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic program strives to prepare competent entry-level EMT-Paramedics in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills) and affective (behavior) learning domains to perform pre-hospital medical procedures. EMTs respond to emergencies and transport patients to appropriate care facilities. Working as an EMT, you’ll respond to a number of situations ranging from vehicle crashes, heart attacks, childbirths to gunshot wounds.

Paramedic students learn vital skills to perform advanced prehospital medical procedures. Incidents such as heart attacks, drownings, childbirth, auto accidents and gunshot wounds require immediate attention—it’s Paramedics who can intervene in these instances and save lives! Students learn about advanced patient assessment, ambulance operations, and both medical and trauma related emergencies.

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Emergency Medical Technician Technical Diploma

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Prepare to work as an entry-level EMS Professional in Wisconsin with the Emergency Medical Technician program. EMTs respond to emergencies and transport patients to appropriate care facilities. Working as an EMT, you’ll respond to a number of situations ranging from vehicle crashes, heart attacks, childbirths to gunshot wounds.

This technical diploma prepares students to assess and treat health related emergencies, check a scene for hazards, and care for injured patients. Completion of the EMT course allows students to sit for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians cognitive examination and State practical examination, qualify the students for Wisconsin EMT licensure.

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Paramedic Technician, A.A.S.

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People’s lives often depend on the quick reactions and care of Paramedics. Make an impact and save lives with the Paramedic program at Moraine Park.

To prepare competent entry-level Paramedics in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains with or without exit points at the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician and/or Emergency Medical Technician, and/or Emergency Medical Responder levels.

Paramedic students learn vital skills to perform advanced prehospital medical procedures. Incidents such as heart attacks, drownings, childbirth, auto accidents and gunshot wounds require immediate attention—it’s Paramedics who can intervene in these instances and save lives! Students learn about advanced patient assessment, ambulance operations, and both medical and trauma related emergencies.

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Preschool Teacher

Child Care Services Technical Diploma

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Work toward making a difference in the lives of children birth through age 8 through the Child Care Services diploma at Moraine Park. You’ll gain hands-on training through both classroom work and practicum experience. With the increasing demand for quality child care, students can start working in a child care setting in as little as two semesters.

Students in the Child Care Services program gain hands-on experience in local child care centers. Students practice creating age-appropriate classroom activities, guiding behaviors and building a well-rounded learning environment. Graduates of the program will know how to follow health, safety and nutrition practices, as well as how to support the development of children’s language skills and dual language learners.

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Early Childhood Education, A.A.S.

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For students in the Early Childhood Education program, no day will be alike. Students in the program balance both academic coursework and practical experience, gaining hands-on experience at local child care centers. Students gain practice guiding child behavior and working cooperatively with staff and parents. This program has daytime courses offered at our Fond du Lac campus and evening courses offered at our West Bend campus, with some courses available online.

Students in the Early Childhood Education program learn to care for and educate children while playing a key role in children's development. Graduates will know how to maintain a clean and safe environment, as well as plan educational activities and assess child growth and progress. Graduates of the program are prepared to work with children from birth to 8-year age range and are well-prepared for a variety of Early Childhood Education jobs.

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Early Childhood Preschool Credential Certificate

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Designed for those working with children ages 3-5, the Early Childhood Preschool Credential certificate provides a solid foundation of child care education. This credential may be beneficial for those working as family child care providers, child care teachers, or preschool teachers

This program is geared toward those wanting to provide a quality learning environment to young children.

All the Early Childhood Preschool Credential Certificate classes are directly transferable into the Child Care Services technical diploma and/or Early Childhood Education associate of applied science degree if students wish to continue their education.

Students in this program will gain specialized training to work with preschool-aged children, learn how to support the development of language skills and learn strategies to successfully manage a preschool classroom. Those who successfully complete the credential have strong knowledge of child development and guiding behavior. Students also explore arts, music, health, safety and nutrition.

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Infant/Toddler Credential Certificate

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The Infant/Toddler Credential certificate prepares students to care for and educate young children. This certificate focuses on children ages birth to three. Emphasis is placed on relationship development, guiding behaviors and preparing activities.

Students in the Infant/Toddler Credential program gain knowledge of the mental, physical and emotional development of infants and toddlers. They focus on building family relationships, guiding behaviors and being sensitive to the needs of children of young ages. Students gain hands-on knowledge by participating in a practicum field placement.

Students are required to prepare a portfolio at the end of this course. Students will then submit the portfolio to the instructor, who will award the certificate. Students may also apply to The Registry for the Wisconsin Professional Credential for Infant/Toddler Caregivers.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice program prepares students to take on a variety of roles in the corrections and criminal justice field. This accredited, two-year program prepares students to work in less restrictive settings, such as group homes, to highly-restrictive maximum-security prisons and careers in law enforcement and community-based programs.

To be successful in this program, students must have strong ethical standards, supportive attitudes and positive values. They must also be effective listeners and negotiators.

To prepare for work in the criminal justice field, students must learn to manage emergencies, conduct investigations, interpret legal standards and think critically. Students gain the communication, social and people skills needed to succeed in the field. Criminal justice students also learn valuable counseling skills.

With many counties requiring an associate of applied science degree or 60 college credits, graduates of Moraine Park’s program qualify for roles at correctional facilities and can expect to earn $15 to $16 per hour.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal, A.A.S.

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Prepare for a rewarding career in the growing legal field with a Paralegal associate degree from Moraine Park Technical College.

Paralegals, also known as legal assistants, assist lawyers with a variety of tasks (please note: paralegals do not provide legal advice).

Students in the Paralegal program learn to interview clients, prepare for hearings and trials, and research the law. Graduates are skilled in preparing legal documents and legal correspondence. Paralegals are also skilled investigators and analyzers. Paralegals need to be detail-oriented, organized and have strong communication skills.

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Social Services Assistant

Substance Use Disorders Counseling Certificate

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Take your career to the next level and help more people improve their lives by adding a Substance Use Disorders Counseling Certificate to your bachelor’s degree.

The Substance Use Disorders Counseling Certificate is designed for professionals with a bachelor’s degree in human services who wish to pursue Substance Abuse Counselor certification. Graduates gain an additional specialty in the growing field of Substance Abuse counseling.

Students in the Substance Use Disorders Counseling Certificate prepare to counsel clients and their families with substance use disorders. An emphasis is placed on facilitation, crisis management and family systems.

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Substance Use Disorders Counseling, A.A.S.

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Prepare to evaluate and counsel clients with substance use disorders with the Substance Use Disorders Counseling associate degree program at Moraine Park.

Substance abuse impacts roughly 1 in 10 people in the U.S., people who need help learning healthy lifestyles and coping mechanisms.

Substance Use Disorders Counselors, also known as Alcohol and Other Drug (AODA) Counselors, help clients and their families develop new lifestyles and coping methods to resolve personal conflicts. The Substance Use Disorders Counseling field has a positive job outlook and is growing much faster than average.

Students gain foundational knowledge, skills and experience necessary to treat and counsel clients. Graduates are prepared to evaluate clients and develop treatment plans. Successful Substance Use Disorders Counselors are excellent listeners, writers and negotiators. They also have a passion for helping and assisting others.

The program meets all educational requirements for counselor certification and prepares graduates for the counselor certification examination.

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Manufacturing Industry

Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Advanced Industrial Maintenance Certificate

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If you like getting your hands dirty, troubleshooting problems and fixing things, the Advanced Industrial Maintenance Certificate at Moraine Park is a great option to gain entry-level employment in the industrial maintenance field, or to advance in your current role.

This certificate program builds on the Basic Industrial Maintenance Certificate and prepares students for work as technicians in factories and other industrial settings, maintaining and repairing a variety of conveying, processing and packaging machinery and equipment.

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Basic Industrial Maintenance Certificate

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If you like getting your hands dirty, troubleshooting problems and fixing things, the Basic Industrial Maintenance Certificate at Moraine Park is a great option to gain entry-level employment as an industrial maintenance technician.

This certificate program prepares students for work as technicians in factories and other industrial settings, maintaining and repairing a variety of conveying, processing and packaging machinery and equipment.

Graduates of Moraine Park’s Basic Industrial Maintenance Certificate will have knowledge of industrial manufacturing, equipment maintenance, troubleshooting and repair. The coursework provides basic instruction and hands-on experiences to develop broad-based skills in areas such as electricity, hydraulics and pneumatics as they relate to an industrial setting.

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Industrial Electrician Apprenticeship

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Industrial electricians work to install, test, troubleshoot, maintain and repair electrical equipment in industrial settings. They ensure electrical systems run safely and efficiently, as the systems they work on power large, complex facilities.

Industrial electrician apprentices learn from hands-on classroom instruction that complements on-the-job apprenticeship training critical for success in the industrial trades.

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Industrial Mechanic Technician, A.A.S.

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If you like fixing things and the challenge you’ll face when no two days are the same, a career as an industrial mechanical technician may be right for you!

MPTC’s Industrial Mechanical Technician degree gives students hands-on experience operating, repairing and maintaining machinery and equipment in an industrial environment.

Upon graduation, students can seek entry-level employment in the industrial mechanical maintenance field. For individuals already in the field, elective course-work can be taken to advance your skill-set.

Graduates can also enter a skilled trade or pursue a leadership role in a skilled trade.
Our industrial mechanical technician training includes both classroom and lab experiences in metal fabrication, machining, materials science, refrigeration, hydraulics, lubrication, pipefitting, welding, graphics and electrical controls. Students also learn concepts of component selection, power transmission application, repair and replacement of failed components, alignment, failure analysis, and preventative and predictive maintenance techniques.

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Maintenance Technician Apprenticeship

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Gain on-the-job training and perfect a wide range of installation, manufacturing and maintenance skills with the Maintenance Technician Apprenticeship at Moraine Park Technical College.

Maintenance technicians perform tasks related to installation and repair of manufacturing, process and facility related equipment. Both mechanical and electrical skills are applied to preventative and predictive maintenance, equipment repairs and equipment enhancements.

To succeed within an industrial working environment, maintenance technician apprentices will need to learn safety precautions, print reading, National Electrical Code, motor controls, programmable controllers, preventative and predictive practices and fluid power. This apprenticeship combines theory and hands-on instruction to each student enhancing the skills required for a career in the technical trades.

Maintenance Technicians perform tasks to adjust, modify, repair and improve equipment and processes within an industrial environment. They also read blueprints, install hydraulic and pneumatic equipment and controls. Preventative maintenance, bearing diagnostics, mechanical drives and pump system repairs are additional tasks completed by Maintenance Technicians.

Maintenance Technicians will also perform electrical tasks such as troubleshooting with the use of a multimeter, oscilloscope and other testing equipment. They install conduit, electrical circuits, and electrical controls such as timers, relays, and variable speed drives. Utilizing a Programmable logic controllers (PLCs) is another technical skill that assists in troubleshooting and improving manufacturing equipment. Maintenance Technicians also perform machining, welding and other tasks using hand tools, mills and lathes.

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Machinist

CNC Set-Up/Operator Certificate

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Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) equipment operators work in metalworking and plastics manufacturing companies to setup and monitor multiple machines, clean and prepare machines for the next job, maintain quality control of the parts being machined and troubleshoot machines when necessary.

Moraine Park’s CNC set-up/operator training is designed for individuals with little to no manufacturing background, and provides hands-on CNC machine training.

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CNC/Tool and Die Technologies Technical Diploma

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The CNC/Tool and Die Technologies program prepares students to build and run mold dies and stamping dies; and perform advanced milling, drilling and lathe work. Students also practice precision surface grinding, precision measurement, and heat treating.

Courses in the CNC/Tool and Die Technologies program focus on programming and operation of CNC machine tools, including; coordinate measuring machines (CMM), vertical and horizontal machining centers, turning centers, electrical discharge machines (EDM), tooling and work holding, as well as, three-dimensional computer-aided machining.

Upon completion of the program, students will have completed all of their related training for the State of Wisconsin Tool and Die Technologies apprenticeship program.

Skilled machinists and tool and die makers are in great demand across the manufacturing industry. Workers in this field have opportunity to move up as they gain experience and skill quickly advance their career.

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Computer Numerical Control Certificate

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Manufacturers seek out employees skilled in Computer Numerical Control (CNC) set up, operations and programming—increase your job opportunities with a CNC certificate.

Moraine Park's CNC Certificate is great for adults who have previously worked in the manufacturing industry and are looking for short-term training. The certificate program provides the fundamental concepts of CNC as well as hands-on coursework with computer-aided drafting (CAD) software and operation of CNC equipment.

Moraine Park’s CNC training courses are designed to give students an inside look at what it’s like to be a CNC machinist through hands-on courses in technical print reading, manufacturing process, CNC programming and operation, and metrology.

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Introduction to CNC Operations Certificate

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Moraine Park's Introduction to CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) Operations Certificate is designed for individuals who have limited or no manufacturing background in the operation of CNC equipment.

CNC equipment operators handle the initial startup of a program, maintain quality control of the parts being machined and troubleshoot CNC machine tools when necessary. This certificate covers how to operate machine tools, CNC setup, CNC operation, industrial trade’s math, blueprint reading and how to use measuring equipment.

Operators run computer-controlled machine tools that produce highly precise parts used in many of the products we use on a daily basis. Duties of an operator will vary from operating the machine to setup of cutting tools, fixtures, programs, and producing the complete part. The courses in this certificate can be directly transferred into Moraine Park's CNC/Tool and Die Technologies technical diploma program.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Electromechanical Technology, A.A.S.

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Moraine Park’s Electromechanical Technology program combines theories and applications in mechanical, electrical and electronical systems with fluid power, robotics and computer software to prepare students to work in a variety of industrial settings.

Electromechanical Technology students learn how to think critically and use technology to solve problems and program, use and maintain electromechanical and automated equipment.

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Electrician

Industrial Electrician Apprenticeship

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Industrial electricians work to install, test, troubleshoot, maintain and repair electrical equipment in industrial settings. They ensure electrical systems run safely and efficiently, as the systems they work on power large, complex facilities.

Industrial electrician apprentices learn from hands-on classroom instruction that complements on-the-job apprenticeship training critical for success in the industrial trades.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Manufacturing Fundamentals Certificate

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A short time investment and you’re on your way to an entry-level position in the manufacturing industry. Gain the hands-on skills you need in Moraine Park Technical College’s Manufacturing Fundamentals certificate.

Gain the skills (and confidence) you need for an entry-level position in the manufacturing industry through Moraine Park’s hands-on Manufacturing Fundamentals certificate. Students get an introduction to manufacturing processes, as well as basic training to safely operate machines such as lathes, milling machines and surface grinders.

Students learn how to read, visualize and interpret industrial blueprints, and practice using basic measuring equipment such as scales, micrometer, dial calipers and gage blocks.

The courses in this certificate can be directly transferred into Moraine Park's Fabrication Technologies associate degree.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Auto Maintenance Technician Technical Diploma

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The one-year Automotive Maintenance Technician program at Moraine Park Technical College provides students the hands-on experience and extensive training needed to adapt to the rapidly changing automotive industry and prepare for entry-level vehicle repair jobs. Learn the skills necessary to test, diagnose and service vehicles that deliver improved fuel economy, complex safety systems and higher performance features.

Students receive hands-on training through Moraine Park’s automotive classes to become a front-end troubleshooter who performs diagnosis, service and repair of complex automotive systems. Work with the latest computerized diagnostic equipment to identify common problems found in a vehicle. Prepare for ASE certification testing and continue your education through Moraine Park’s Automotive Technology associate degree to advance your career opportunities in the automotive industry.

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Automotive Technician Technical Diploma

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Whether you have the mechanical aptitude or just have passion for cars, Moraine Park’s two-year Automotive Technician program will provide the skillset needed to accurately diagnose, maintain and repair all types of vehicles. As the industry sees a greater variety of makes and models, it also sees increased demand for qualified auto mechanics to repair these new and complex technologies. Apply to this program today be one step closer to preparing for the ASE certification testing and becoming a confident and skilled automotive mechanic.

Students will experience hands-on training from instructors who bring years of professional experience in the automobile industry to the classroom. Learn how to successfully perform diagnosis, service and repair of multiple automotive systems including automotive transmission/transaxles, steering and suspension, and brakes. Acquire certification for Federal EPA and State of Wisconsin in mobile refrigerant recovery and recycling.

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Automotive Technology, A.A.S.

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With the increasingly complex automotive engineering technology, qualified automotive technicians are in high demand. Moraine Park’s Automotive Technology program provides the expert training and environment needed to become a certified professional who knows how to diagnose, maintain and repair vehicles in today’s auto industry. If you have a love for cars or are looking for a fun, exciting career, apply today to start preparing for ASE certification testing and become a skilled automotive tech. Students learn to diagnose, service and repair through hands-on training from experienced professionals. Graduates repair all eight major systems of the automobile through advanced auto technology which includes engine mechanical, engine performance, automatic transmission/transaxle, manual drive train, brakes, steering and suspension, climate control, and electrical and electronic systems.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts, A.A.S.

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From jobs in restaurants, hotels, health care facilities and more, food industry job opportunities are endless. Step into this booming field by getting started in the Culinary Arts associate degree program at Moraine Park.

The Culinary Arts courses at Moraine Park provide training in all aspects of food preparation and production. Students master food preparation techniques in the state-of-the-art culinary arts labs at the Fond du Lac campus. Students also develop strong management skills related to the operation of a food service business. In addition, Culinary Arts classes at MPTC cover essentials such as customer service, sanitation and safety, food purchasing, and nutrition.

Culinary Arts students gain real-world experience at Moraine Park’s “Park Terrace” restaurant, a student-guided learning environment. At Park Terrace, students prepare and serve food to real customers, manage the restaurant, and more.

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Energy Industry

Electrical Lineman

Electrical Power Distribution Technical Diploma

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Reach new heights in the diverse and exciting field of Electrical Power Distribution. Students in this one-year program get theoretical and hands-on training in all phases of power line construction and maintenance. Individuals must be comfortable working at varying heights during extreme weather conditions. Good eyesight, hearing and manual dexterity are required to be successful.

Students gain knowledge about the workings of electrical power systems. Preparing to work as power linemen, students demonstrate the required physical skills needed with hands-on training in the field. Graduates of the program are prepared to use both hands to perform pole work and construct various electrical distribution systems. Students learn safety standards and how they apply to work activities and operating equipment associated with electrical distribution needs.

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Wind Turbine Technician

Wind Energy Technology, A.A.S.

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Experience high-level wind turbine training to prepare for a career in the renewable energy sector through the two-year Wind Energy Technology program at Moraine Park.

As the wind energy industry continues to grow, employers are seeking skilled technicians for operation and maintenance activities in local wind farm settings. Moraine Park’s Wind Energy Technology program trains students in the latest trends and practices needed to become a successful wind turbine technician.

The Wind Energy Technology program is offered through Lakeshore Technical College (LTC), and students can also complete general studies courses and a number of core program courses at the Moraine Park campus. Wind Energy Technology program courses are held at LTC. For more information, please visit the Lakeshore Technical College Wind Energy Technology page.

Through interactive classes led by highly skilled wind professionals, students learn how to install, test, service, and repair wind turbine components and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems Students also learn how to apply safety practices required on the job and teach safe wind turbine climbing skills.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Graphic Communications, A.A.S.

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Graphic communications, or graphic design, is art with a purpose. Students in the Graphic Communications program combine art and creativity with computer skills to convey information in print, online or digital environments. Students learn to combine modern technologies with traditional design concepts, theories and techniques in a wide variety of design projects.

Students in the Graphic Communications associate degree program explore illustration, typography, electronic publication, social media video, digital photography and advertising. Students learn how to work with a client and experience the production process hands-on, from concept through completion.

Graduates of the program are proficient in design software, tools and technology.

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Information Technology - Web Development/ Designer Specialist, A.A.S.

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Learn to create and maintain advanced websites and joining the growing field of web development and design through Moraine Park Technical College’s Information Technology - Web Development and Design Specialist program.

The Information Technology – Web Development and Design Specialist program prepares students to build and maintain professional, creative and responsive websites. You’ll enter a field with faster-than-average job growth and great salaries.

Students in the IT – Web Development and Design Specialist program master coding and programming technologies. A focus is placed on cascading style sheets (CSS), HTML, JavaScript, PHP, jQuery, MySQL and XML. Students learn how to use design software such as the Adobe Creative Suite, and are familiar with development software and techniques including FTP, Content Management Systems and major emerging open source tools. Graduates of the program are prepared to develop software applications and systems and integrate database technologies.

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Interactive Media Design, A.A.S.

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Showcase your artistic talents and tell stories through your artwork with the two-year Interactive Media Design degree.

The Interactive Media Design program at Moraine Park gives students creative control to produce a variety of unique animations and graphics. Have you ever wondered how virtual worlds or applications on touch-screen kiosks are created? You'll get to learn the process while earning an associate degree.

Students gain hands-on experience designing and manipulating animations, sound, text and video into multimedia presentations. These presentations can be used in developing products or creating business presentations. Graduates are well-versed in creating animated and live videos, commercials, digital signage and other media for the web.

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Business Industry

Training and Development Specialist

Human Resources Assistant Certificate

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Moraine Park’s accelerated HR certification program meets for four hours a week for six weeks and is designed to help current or new supervisors improve their effectiveness as a leader through better understanding, communicating and implementing of organizational policies. Students in the Human Resources Assistant Certificate program learn about safety and legal issues as it relates to employment, and human resource management. Courses in this certificate can be customized for on-site company training.

The Human Resources Assistant Certificate is designed to give participants the knowledge they need to navigate ever-changing employment laws. Students develop skills and tools to enhance employee performance, motivation and development, and ideas to improve workplace safety and health programs.

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Human Resources, A.A.S.

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The Human Resources Associate of Applied Science degree at Moraine Park sets students up for a successful HR career by laying a strong foundation in communication, human relations and business fundamentals. Students learn from instructors who have worked in the field and teach only the most up-to-date strategies in recruiting; coordinating the hiring, benefits, and training and orientation process; maintaining personnel records; safety; and planning company special events and functions.

Students gain hands-on human resources experience, learning how to create an organizational workforce plan, develop training programs, examine HRIS applications, organizational engagement programs, incorporate employment law into business practices and foster effective employee relations.

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Information Technology Industry

Information Security Analyst

Information Technology - Cybersecurity Specialist, A.A.S.

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Cyberattacks are the fastest-growing crime in the U.S., and the complexity of these attacks is alarming. In response, organizations require internal resources to prevent these threats. The Information Technology - Cybersecurity Specialist program prepares students to work as cybersecurity specialists, whose main responsibility is to protect an organization's computer network and systems. They are also skilled at maintaining system security to prevent cyberattacks.

Graduates will protect data confidentiality, integrity and availability while learning ways to implement security mechanisms. Emphasis is placed on vigilant security awareness, identifying network threats and deploying appropriate incident responses. Curriculum is aligned with industry recognized standards and prepares students for certification in IT security.

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Information Technology - Information Security Certificate

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Build on your current career in IT, or propel your IT career forward with a certificate in Information Security. Students in the Information Technology – Information Security Certificate program focus on today’s needs in internet security development.

With today’s technology, web security is vital. Students in this certificate learn about implementation techniques to maintain information security. Graduates of this certificate gain skills to recognize, prevent and respond to network attacks. These students will also be able to use appropriate tools to respond to compromised networks and vulnerabilities. They are skilled in identifying intrusion methods, policy development, encryption and authentication. Curriculum aligns with Checkpoint Secure Academy.

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IT Support Specialist

Information Technology - Help Desk Support Specialist Technical Diploma

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The Information Technology – Help Desk Support Specialist technical diploma prepares students to provide support for a wide-range of technical issues. Students learn how to troubleshoot issues related to software, hardware, or computer systems. Graduates are prepared for entry-level information technology jobs that involve providing technical support and assistance. An emphasis is placed on customer service and communication skills.

Students learn how to manage various IT projects and consult with staff, users and management when needed. Students will also earn the Google IT Support Certificate. Graduates are skilled in providing technical assistance and answering inquiries to resolve issues. Students also learn the importance of creating and maintaining training and other documentation.

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Information Technology - Technical Support Specialist, A.A.S.

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Do you like figuring things out and helping others? Gain hands-on skills and start working in the field in less than two years with an IT Technical Support Specialist associate degree from Moraine Park!

A career as a technical support specialist balances both IT and customer service. Students in the IT – Technical Support Specialist program provide technical assistance either in person, through email or over the phone. Typical work consists of computer setup, troubleshooting, writing procedures or staffing a help desk.

Students in the Technical Support program gain both theoretical and hands-on training. Students will earn the Google IT Support Certificate.

Students learn to perform a variety of computer functions such as installing hardware and software, troubleshooting, and providing system and computer maintenance. Graduates of this program have a strong knowledge of common software applications. Students in this program must have strong communication and time management skills, pay strong attention to detail. A Technical Support career may require long work hours and mobility. This program leads toward the A+ certification.

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Medical Office Specialist Technical Diploma

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Become a medical office specialist in less than a year with a diploma from Moraine Park Technical College and prepare for a rewarding health care career. Medical office specialists are typically the first to greet patients as they walk in the door and play a crucial role in the patient experience. Medical office specialists combine medical office skills with computer skills, understand the importance of patient confidentiality and have strong human relations skills necessary for working with patients. Graduates of the Medical Office Specialist program may be eligible to write the Certified Medical Administrative Specialist (CMAS) exam offered by the American Medical Technologists (AMT). The Medical Office Specialist program prepares students for entry-level work in the healthcare industry through a solid foundation in medical terminology, medical coding, customer service, ethics in a healthcare setting and human anatomy. MPTC students also gain hands-on experience using software and technology in a medical setting though maintaining patient charts and using electronic medical records.

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Software Developer

Information Technology - Mobile Applications Developer, A.A.S.

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Whether you want to help your company develop its own mobile app or you want to increase your job opportunities in the growing field of IT, Moraine Park’s Mobile Applications Developer associate degree can help you reach your goals.

The Information Technology – Mobile Applications Developer associate degree program focuses on entry-level skills to create mobile applications for commercial and non-profit purposes.

Students in the IT – Mobile Applications Developer program use development kits for popular mobile platforms, programming and markup language basics. Students also learn the skills and business aspects involved in deploying a mobile app in the market. Graduates are well-versed in mobile design theory and principles. A focus is placed on UX/UI design and coding for iOS and Android operating systems.

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Information Technology - Software Developer, A.A.S.

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You love a good challenge, especially if it means putting your creative and analytical skills to the test. From developing computer systems to the underlying systems that run devices, Moraine Park’s Information Technology - Software Developer program prepares students to support the software development needs within a business environment.

Learn to test, design and develop software in the Information Technology – Software Developer associate degree program. Students in this program are prepared to analyze users’ needs and recommend software upgrades. Students practice collaboration with colleagues to develop and create software.

Students in the Software Developer program gain hands-on practice using common programming languages, including HTML, C#, Java, PHP, ASP.NET and SQL. A focus is placed on database development, technical documentation and software design. Graduates are prepared to follow through on maintenance on software testing.

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Information Technology - Web Designer/Developer, A.A.S.

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Love figuring out how things work and have an eye for what looks good? Learn the programming and design skills you need to launch a successful career as a web designer/developer with a technical diploma from Moraine Park Technical College.

The IT – Web Designer/Developer program focuses on creating websites used for marketing and e-commerce. In this one-year program, students learn a variety of software, markup language and web design principles.

Students in this program learn how to develop, maintain and promote websites using markup languages like HTML, CSS, Java, SQL, PHP, JavaScript and more. Graduates are well-versed in web development and design principles, and are prepared to use project management tools.

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Information Technology - Web Development/ Designer Specialist, A.A.S.

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Learn to create and maintain advanced websites and joining the growing field of web development and design through Moraine Park Technical College’s Information Technology - Web Development and Design Specialist program.

The Information Technology – Web Development and Design Specialist program prepares students to build and maintain professional, creative and responsive websites. You’ll enter a field with faster-than-average job growth and great salaries.

Students in the IT – Web Development and Design Specialist program master coding and programming technologies. A focus is placed on cascading style sheets (CSS), HTML, JavaScript, PHP, jQuery, MySQL and XML. Students learn how to use design software such as the Adobe Creative Suite, and are familiar with development software and techniques including FTP, Content Management Systems and major emerging open source tools. Graduates of the program are prepared to develop software applications and systems and integrate database technologies.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Information Technology - Network Specialist, A.A.S.

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Learn valuable skills to provide network support at businesses and organizations with the Information Technology - Network Specialist associate degree program from Moraine Park Technical College.

The IT – Network Specialist program prepares students to maintain security and integrity of a company’s network. Although the duties of a network specialist may vary depending on the organization, students in MPTC’s Network Specialist courses are prepared to provide a wide-range of network needs, including network support, installation, administration and integration.

With instruction based on industry standards and certifications, students learn to implement computer networks and operating systems. A focus is placed on network security and troubleshooting. Integrated technologies are also a major component of this program. Courses in this program align with Checkpoint Secure Academy and help students prepare for the Comp TIA A+ certification and the Comp TIA Network+ certification. Students will earn the Google IT Support Certificate.

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Graphic Designer

Information Technology - Web Development/ Designer Specialist, A.A.S.

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Learn to create and maintain advanced websites and joining the growing field of web development and design through Moraine Park Technical College’s Information Technology - Web Development and Design Specialist program.

The Information Technology – Web Development and Design Specialist program prepares students to build and maintain professional, creative and responsive websites. You’ll enter a field with faster-than-average job growth and great salaries.

Students in the IT – Web Development and Design Specialist program master coding and programming technologies. A focus is placed on cascading style sheets (CSS), HTML, JavaScript, PHP, jQuery, MySQL and XML. Students learn how to use design software such as the Adobe Creative Suite, and are familiar with development software and techniques including FTP, Content Management Systems and major emerging open source tools. Graduates of the program are prepared to develop software applications and systems and integrate database technologies.

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235 N National Avenue
Fond du Lac, WI 54936-1940
United States