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Construction Equipment Operator
Building Construction Technology Certificate ProgramSee Details
The curriculum is designed to provide classroom and “hands-on” training in the residential construction and remodeling field. Graduates of this building construction technology trade program will be trained in the skills of estimating, print reading, drywall, exterior finishes, framing, masonry, plumbing, finish carpentry, door and window installation, math and computers.
Graduates of the building construction technology program will be trained and qualified, but not limited to, entry level positions as construction workers, rough carpenters, finish carpenters, helpers, drywall applicators, roofers, and siding installers.Graduates of the Building Construction Technology Program here in Baltimore, MD will receive training in the residential construction and remodeling fields. Students of the program will be exposed to and have the opportunity to develop skills in estimating, print reading, drywall/interior finishing, exterior finishes, framing, masonry, plumbing, finish carpentry, door/window installation, and construction mathematics. Students will receive instruction through lecture and hands-on construction training in the lab. Students will build structures in the Building Construction Lab, that will require them to apply the concepts of each area of the curriculum.View on provider's website
Combination Welding Certificate ProgramSee Details
The Combination Welding program is a series of comprehensive courses to provide individuals with a well-rounded background and training in various welding applications and techniques based on ASME and AWS specifications. Combination Welding Students will be prepared to participate in a variety of welding certification tests, and during 2017 85% of those attempting a certification test passed on their first attempt. In fact, except for the pipe welding certification, the school pays for the first American Welding Society - AWS certification attempt.Graduates of the Combination Welding program can expect opportunities for employment in entry level welding positions such as: Pipe welders, fitters, repair welders, fabricated metal products welders, burners, and construction welders.View on provider's website
Electrical Training CertificateSee Details
The Electrical Technology Program is specifically designed to meet the needs of companies requiring individuals with entry-level electrician skills to install and service electrical applications within residential, commercial and industrial fields. The program covers the practice and theory of residential and commercial wiring, machine control, programmable controllers, telecommunications, and electronic control.
Graduates of Electrical Technology will be trained and qualified for, but not limited to, the following entry-level positions; electrical technician, low voltage technician, instrument repairer, electrician helper, cable-splicer, electrical maintenance, machine repair technician, service installer, electric motor analyst, electric motor repairer, solar installation technician, electronic and equipment repairer.
This course students at North American Trade Schools in Baltimore, MD will learn the basics of electrical residential and commercial wiring. Practical experience and problem-solving skills are acquired in panel board selection, electric service, and overcurrent protection such as circuit breakers and fuses, as well as low voltage electrical systems. Students will also be trained and gain a basic knowledge in motor controls (PLC), photovoltaics (solar energy), and electronics.View on provider's website
Heating, Refridgeration, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Technology Certificate ProgramSee Details
This program is designed to provide graduates with HRVAC training and the entry-level skills to install and repair as needed: Heating, air conditioning and residential refrigeration equipment. The program covers in practice and theory the HRVAC electrical requirements, diagnosing, repairing and installing HRVAC equipment systems, ductwork, metal fabricating and installation. Understanding of HRVAC parts and accessories.
Graduates should be trained and able to assume entry level positions as air conditioning service and installation technicians, parts and counter persons, building maintenance, refrigeration technicians, furnace installers, including sheet metal fabricating.
A graduate of North American Trade School’s HVACR program in Baltimore, MD will not only be proficient in all of the basic hands on skills necessary to be successful in the field but will have a clear understanding of what it takes to be a great employee. They will also have firm goals for their future and the knowledge to reach them.
A basic understanding of what heating, cooling, and refrigeration is all about, and the fundamental knowledge needed to ensure customer satisfaction, is just a portion of this trade program. More importantly, we give you the time and room to get the hands-on training you need and allow you to make your mistakes here. This allows you to grow as a HRVAC technician and gain the confidence you need to be a pro.View on provider's website
Heavy Equipment Mechanic
Industrial Maintenance Certificate ProgramSee Details
Students will be trained and acquire skills in the areas of commercial and industrial electricity, welding, HVAC, pneumatics, hydraulics, gaskets/seals, pumps, plumbing, building maintenance and forklift operation. Students will also be trained in trade safety procedures and be familiar with tools used in a commercial and industrial setting.
The skills acquired in the trade program will be applicable to entry-level positions as Maintenance Mechanics, Maintenance Repairers, Maintenance Engineers and Building Superintendents. These job titles are in demand at manufacturing companies, mills, industrial plants, hotels, apartment complexes and real estate management companies.
Graduates of the Industrial Maintenance Program will have received training in commercial and industrial maintenance fields. Students of this trade program will be exposed to and have the opportunity to develop trade skills in commercial electricity, welding, Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning, pneumatics, hydraulics, gaskets/seals, pumps, plumbing, building maintenance, and forklift operation. Students will receive instruction through lecture and hands-on training in the lab. The Industrial Maintenance Lab has the capability to simulate real-life scenarios that an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic will experience in the field.View on provider's website
Commercial Truck Driving CDL License ProgramSee Details
The objective of the Commercial Truck Driving Program is to train students for entry level positions as qualified CDL drivers in over-the-road or local driving vehicles. The focus of the course is on basic information about trucks, truck driving and the commercial trucking industry and the fundamentals of operating trucks and tractor trailers. No prior education or experience with commercial trucks is required. The student, however, must meet the driver qualifications set forth by the Bureau of Motor Carrier Safety and pass the physical examination requirements established by the Department of Transportation (D.O.T.).
Graduates of the Commercial Truck Driving program will be trained and able to assume entry-level positions as local and over the road tractor trailer drivers, truck drivers light 97105, delivery truck drivers, van drivers, dump truck drivers, and drivers of other vehicles relating to the transport industry.View on provider's website
Diesel Technology Certificate ProgramSee Details
The objective of this Diesel Technology program is to graduate an entry level diesel mechanic or technician trained in all areas of diesel repair, maintenance, failure analysis, and diagnosis. The Diesel Technician Program is structured to provide the student with entry level job skills and knowledge to enter the work market as a diesel mechanic or technician. Graduates are prepared in operations, maintenance, rebuilding and troubleshooting.
The term “Diesel Technician” or “Diesel Mechanic” is used to designate a worker that performs repairs to not only diesel engines, but also other diesel-powered equipment in the field.
The future today is leaning towards computer technology and transportation. By combining the two you come up with a diesel technician. Computers are changing transportation on a daily basis and needs computer savvy trained adults to lead the industry into the future. By learning how diesel vehicles work and combining that with your computer skills, you will change the future of America for the better for you and generations to come. As we move into a future of automated and self driving tractor trailers, someone will always have to program, diagnosis, and repair them.View on provider's website
Diesel Technology w/ CDL Certificate ProgramSee Details
The objective of this trade program is to graduate an entry level diesel technician trained in all areas of diesel repair, maintenance, failure analysis and diagnosis. The Diesel Technician Program is structured to provide the student with entry level job skills and knowledge to enter the work market as a diesel technician or diesel mechanic. Through training, graduates are prepared in operations, maintenance, rebuilding and troubleshooting. Students completing this trade program will receive training in Commercial Truck Driving Operations and will be eligible to test for a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL).
The term “Diesel Technician” or “Diesel Mechanic” is used to designate a trained worker that performs repairs to not only diesel engines, but also other diesel-powered equipment in the field.
The future today is leaning towards computer technology and transportation. By combining these two trades you come up with a diesel technician. Computers are changing transportation on a daily basis and needs computer savvy trained adults to lead the industry into the future. Through training on how diesel vehicles work and combining that with your computer skills, you will change the future of America for the better for you and generations to come. As we move into a future of automated and self-driving tractor trailers, someone will always have to program, diagnosis, and repair them.View on provider's website
Contact Phone Number410-298-4844
6901 Security Blvd Suite 16
Baltimore, MD 21046