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Electrical Applications ProgramSee Details
The Electrical Applications program at TWS Jacksonville trains students in hands-on courses, guided by expert instructors, for one purpose: to prepare them for job opportunities as an entry-level electrician. This in-depth program teaches students about the fundamentals of mechanical and electrical principles, residential and commercial wiring and more.
Residential, commercial and industrial electrical industries are looking for workers. Will you be one?
In Florida, employment of electricians is projected to grow 12% by 2028.i
Nationwide employment of electricians is projected to grow 8% by 2029.i
Annual mean wage for electricians in Florida is $45,880.ii
Electro-Mechanical Technologies Training ProgramSee Details
Climate control is almost everywhere. Installation, service and maintenance technicians can get their start by enrolling in the Electro-Mechanical Technologies program at TWS Jacksonville.
The Electro-Mechanical Technologies program focuses on the technologies of today and of the future. Along with HVAC/R, this program teaches the fundamentals of electricity, residential and commercial wiring and comfort systems. This program also introduces students to solar energy technology and provides an overview of photovoltaic (PV) science.View on provider's website
Refridgeration Technologies ProgramSee Details
The Refrigeration Technologies program trains students in the fundamentals of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration technologies (HVAC/R). This hands-on training program prepares students for job opportunities as entry-level positions in refrigeration service and maintenance. Available at Tulsa Welding School Jacksonville in Jacksonville, Florida, and Tulsa Welding School & Technology Center in Houston, Texas, the Refrigeration Technologies program can be completed in as little as seven months.View on provider's website
Professional Welder ProgramSee Details
The Professional Welder program starts by helping students learn what it’s really like to be a welder: in interactive workshop courses and welding booths. In as little as seven months, you’ll be trained in structural welding, fluxcore welding and pipe welding. You’ll also be prepared to excel in job interviews and weld tests for various welding certifications.
The Professional Welder program trains you in the skills you need to work as a welder worldwide:
Aerospace and aviation
Wherever metal needs adhering, a welder is needed. Are you ready to start training for career opportunities that can last a lifetime?
Professional Welder With Pipefitting ProgramSee Details
You’ll learn how to work with various types of pipes, pipe systems installation, plumbing related fixtures and more. Upon graduation, you’ll be trained and equipped with practical hands-on skills and techniques essential to start working in entry-level careers locally and nationally.
The Professional Welder with Pipefitting program trains students in the hands-on skills they need to prepare for entry-level jobs. Learn the fundamentals of what it takes to be a pipefitter, steamfitter, boilermaker and plumber. This program also covers blueprint reading, mathematics, safety and piping codes and specifications. Work with various types of pipes and plumbing-related fixtures, learn about pipe systems installation and more in this in-depth training program.View on provider's website
Contact Phone Number855-981-7313
3500 Southside Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL 32216