William T. Mcfatter Technical College

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Information Technology Industry

Data Security Management

Applied Cybersecurity

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Applied Cybersecurity is a hands-on program that will give students real world security scenarios. Students will learn to protect computers from hackers, secure wireless networks, protect computers from malware and identify security threats. Students will also learn how to secure residential, business computers, and fill the demand at public and private companies to address internet security concerns in today’s world. Students will prepare for the CompTIA Security+ and CompTIA CySA+ nationally recognized cyber security industry certifications. Program content includes but is not limited to foundational knowledge and skills in computer and network security, security vulnerabilities, attack mechanisms and techniques, intrusion detection and prevention, cryptographic systems, system hardening, risk identifications, incidence response, penetration testing, key management, access control, and recovery. Specialized program areas focus on database security, planning and analysis, software, and web security. Face-to-face class time will be confirmed by instructor. Admission is once a year.

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Software Developer

Java Development and Programming

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Java Development & Programming includes but is not limited to the fundamentals of programming and software development, procedural and object-oriented programming, creating regular and specialized applications using the JAVA programming language, including testing, monitoring, debugging, documenting, and maintaining Java computer applications.

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Web Development

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Unlock the secrets of Web development in all its forms by designing, coding, and publishing websites that can work in mobile, tablet and desktop formats. Student will use cutting edge tools such as XHMTL, CSS, JavaScript, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Premiere, WordPress, SEO and Social Media marketing to create websites that are dynamic and engaging. Develop a real world portfolio with industry certifications using all of your acquired skills to gain entry-level employment as a:

Web designer
Developer
Social Media Manager

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IT Support Specialist

Network Support Services

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Network Support Services students study traditional networking theory as well as practical application with the use of simulations and physical equipment. The program focuses not only on the internet as a whole, but also on configuring and administering the networks that compose it. Students will be able to configure, verify, administer and troubleshoot corporate, home and small office routers and switches. You will learn computer diagnostics, LAN development and WAN integration.

Earn your CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+ and Microsoft MCSA certifications while developing the hands-on skills that make you a leader in the field of Information Technology.

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Network Support Services

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Network Support Services students study traditional networking theory as well as practical application with the use of simulations and physical equipment. The program focuses not only on the internet as a whole, but also on configuring and administering the networks that compose it. Students will be able to configure, verify, administer and troubleshoot corporate, home and small office routers and switches. You will learn computer diagnostics, LAN development and WAN integration.

Earn your CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+ and Microsoft MCSA certifications while developing the hands-on skills that make you a leader in the field of Information Technology.

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Network Support Services

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Network Support Services students study traditional networking theory as well as practical application with the use of simulations and physical equipment. The program focuses not only on the internet as a whole, but also on configuring and administering the networks that compose it. Students will be able to configure, verify, administer and troubleshoot corporate, home and small office routers and switches. You will learn computer diagnostics, LAN development and WAN integration.

Earn your CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+ and Microsoft MCSA certifications while developing the hands-on skills that make you a leader in the field of Information Technology.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Network Support Services

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Network Support Services students study traditional networking theory as well as practical application with the use of simulations and physical equipment. The program focuses not only on the internet as a whole, but also on configuring and administering the networks that compose it. Students will be able to configure, verify, administer and troubleshoot corporate, home and small office routers and switches. You will learn computer diagnostics, LAN development and WAN integration.

Earn your CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+ and Microsoft MCSA certifications while developing the hands-on skills that make you a leader in the field of Information Technology.

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Graphic Designer

Web Development

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Unlock the secrets of Web development in all its forms by designing, coding, and publishing websites that can work in mobile, tablet and desktop formats. Student will use cutting edge tools such as XHMTL, CSS, JavaScript, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Premiere, WordPress, SEO and Social Media marketing to create websites that are dynamic and engaging. Develop a real world portfolio with industry certifications using all of your acquired skills to gain entry-level employment as a:

Web designer
Developer
Social Media Manager

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Transportation Industry

Auto Body Technician

Automotive Collision Technology Technician

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The Automotive Collision Technology Technician program prepares students for employment in the basic trade skills of auto body collision and repair. It includes refinishing skills, sheet metal repair, frame, and unibody squaring and aligning, use of filters, paint systems and undercoats, related welding skills, mechanical skills, trim hardware, maintenance and glass servicing.

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Auto Mechanic

Automotive Service Technology

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The Automotive Service Technology program prepares participants for careers in the world of automotive service and repair. Our students study with highly qualified instructors in a state-of-the-art facility while they are exposed to the increasingly technical field of Automotive Service Technology.

Our NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) certified program will prepare participants for an exciting career in the ever changing and evolving world of Automotive Service Technology. Our specialized courses are aligned with ASE/NATEF standards and will prepare participants for either work, or an advanced level of continuing education.

Students are exposed to the technical background necessary to service, repair, diagnose, and overhaul automobile systems and their components. This Automotive Service program gives students a proper foundation for all automotive service and repair, including basic principles pertaining to safety when working on cars and their systems.

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Marine Service Technologies

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The Marine Service Technologies course will prepare students for a career in the pleasure boating industry by providing students with the skills necessary to diagnose, overhaul and repair crafts of 50 feet and under and their outboard engines. The student will cover such topics as Marine Rigging, Outboard Engines, Fuel Injection Principles, Stern Drives and basic knowledge of Electronics Installation and Inboard Engines. Students must exhibit the strong reading, math, and computer skills necessary to be successful in the program, and must possess a solid mechanical aptitude.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Vegetarian and Plant Based Specialty

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One of the hottest growing trends is Plant-based cooking and because of that professionally trained plant-based chefs are now in demand. If your passion is to prepare wholesome, nourishing foods, your talents are needed in modern professional plant-based kitchens. Learn what it takes to succeed with new found knowledge focusing on preparation, presentation, choosing nutritionally sound ingredients/cooking methods while using a variety of whole natural foods. This course prepares students for employment in the plant-based food industry and will be a catalyst to a healthier personal lifestyle.

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Professional Culinary Arts and Hospitality

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This ACF accredited program offers students the opportunity to prepare for employment as pastry, restaurant, hotel and resort cooks, as well as basic management positions in the food service industry. Through combination of classroom academics and hands-on culinary procedures, students will learn and demonstrate competencies in: introduction to the hospitality and food service industry, garde-manger, food production, baking/pastry. Central to the program is hands-on learning in our state-of-the-art kitchens, where students are directed in a wide range of food preparation from stocks, soups and sauces to baked goods and desserts. General housekeeping and equipment operation skills necessary for success are also part of the curriculum.

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Healthcare Industry

Laboratory Technician

Dental Laboratory Technology

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Are you looking for a career with high earning potential and flexibility? The Dental Laboratory Technology program is the program for you. If you are creative, detail-oriented, like to work with your hands and can distinguish between subtle shades of color, you can enter a rewarding field. Nothing is more satisfying than knowing you put a beautiful smile on someone’s face! Through this training program, students will learn dental science, oral anatomy, and how to manufacture complete denture construction, removable partial dentures, orthodontic and pedodontics appliances, and single and multi-unit restorations. Students will also design and fabricate bridges, ceramic restorations, implants, and hybrid restorations. Students will work with a variety of materials including: waxes, plastics, silicone rubber, non-precious alloys, stainless steel, and porcelain. During the last course of the program, student will participate in an off-campus clinical experience at a dental laboratory.

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Cardiovascular Technician

Electrocardiograph Technology

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Unravel the secrets of the mysterious heart that has captured our imagination for thousands of years. Make a difference in your life and that of many others by joining our Electrocardiograph (EKG) Technology program. With a blend of theory, detailed skills labs and convenient online assignments, you will be provided with the knowledge and skills necessary to be a well-qualified EKG technician. EKG Technicians operate equipment that records and measures heart activity, which is used to assist cardiologists and physicians in diagnosing and treating cardiac (heart) and peripheral vascular (blood vessel) issues.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Administrative Specialist

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A Medical Administrative Specialist serves a key role in medical offices, clinics and hospitals. This multi-skilled practitioner is proficient in medical records management, insurance processing, coding and billing, management of finances, information processing and fundamental office management tasks. Over the course of 10 months, our program will provide training in office procedures and practices specific to the medical field, medical terminology, and business software applications that meet industry standards. The state-approved curriculum is delivered through in-class and on-line learning activities.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assisting

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As a Medical Assistant, you form a crucial link between the patient and the physician. This program will train you in the knowledge and skills required to be a successful healthcare team member. Over the course of 10 months, you will learn anatomy and physiology, medical and administrative office duties, infection control, procedures for collecting and handling specimens, patient care techniques, medical instrumentation, office examination procedures, basic diagnostic procedures, pharmaceutical principles, clinical laboratory procedures, and emergency preparedness. Students will be placed at an off-campus clinical site for the last 2 months of the program to continue building their skills as a medical assistant. Students can not receive compensation for clinical work, whether monetary or gifts.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Patient Care Technician

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Are you eager to become a multi skilled provider in a growing medical field? Under the direct supervision of a professional nurse, the Patient Care Technician will come in direct contact with the patient in the performance of his or her assigned duties. This program is a blend of classroom, laboratory, and clinical instruction. Course content includes:

Personal Patient Care Skills
Principles of Infection Control
Home Health Care Services
Physical and Safety Functions
Phlebotomy Procedures
EKG Modalities
Restoration Therapy
CPR, and more

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Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy Technician

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As a Licensed Pharmacy Technician, you can become part of one of the fastest growing careers in the medical field. Our training program is designed to teach students the knowledge and skills needed to work closely with pharmacists in retail/community and hospital pharmacies. In our program, students will learn how to assist in filling and labeling medications using a computer-based program, manage purchases and inventory, and maintain accurate medical records and patient profiles. Students will also focus on medication distribution systems, preparing unit dose medications, aseptic technique, and sterile IV’s under USP-797 guidelines. Clinical experiences will take place in both retail/community and hospital pharmacies. Graduates of this program are eligible to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE) and become registered and licensed by the Florida board of Pharmacy.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing

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Do you want to make a real difference in the lives of others? It is time to consider a career as a nurse! Whether in a hospital setting, doctor’s office or private duty, nurses have moved beyond the role of being the doctor’s assistant. Today’s nurses are responsible for encouraging the health of individuals and families, and play an essential role in the physical and emotional care of patients. Become part of this century’s highly respected and sought-after profession. The opportunities are endless, and McFatter’s Practical Nursing program is the place the start! Theory, laboratory, simulation, and clinical experiences are integrated into the curriculum providing an opportunity to learn.

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Communications Industry

AV Technician

Digital Media/Multimedia Design

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The Digital Media/Multimedia Design program offers a sequence of courses that provide industry relevant project work to prepare students for positions in the following fields: Print or Web Design, Digital Photography, Videography and Video/Audio Editing. Students will develop an artistic proficiency through the use of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Audition, Premiere Pro, and Adobe Animate to create interactive animated web content. This is a hands-on program that provides students with the skills necessary for the design and production of websites, corporate branding, print marketing, as well as website and web-based video content. Students will create an industry-ready online portfolio using WordPress to showcase their design skills, which is required to begin a career in the design industry.

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Digital Media/Multimedia Design

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The Digital Media/Multimedia Design program offers a sequence of courses that provide industry relevant project work to prepare students for positions in the following fields: Print or Web Design, Digital Photography, Videography and Video/Audio Editing. Students will develop an artistic proficiency through the use of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Audition, Premiere Pro, and Adobe Animate to create interactive animated web content. This is a hands-on program that provides students with the skills necessary for the design and production of websites, corporate branding, print marketing, as well as website and web-based video content. Students will create an industry-ready online portfolio using WordPress to showcase their design skills, which is required to begin a career in the design industry.

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Television Production Technology

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McFatter’s Television Production Technology program is the most comprehensive training for the industry in South Florida. Curriculum includes everything needed in the video production industry: studio camera, jib camera and remote camera operation, sound mixing and recording, studio and remote lighting techniques, scripting, set and scenery design, teleprompting, technical directing, producing, and video editing.

Students edit using Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro, and are taught video compositing techniques in After Effects and Photoshop. In addition to these core components, students also learn things not commonly taught at other video training facilities, such as preventive maintenance and video monitoring. As part of their training, students participate in Broward County Public School’s television station, where they get hands-on experience. Students don’t come to McFatter TV Production to get the training they want…they come to get the training they need.

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Graphic Designer

Digital Media/Multimedia Design

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The Digital Media/Multimedia Design program offers a sequence of courses that provide industry relevant project work to prepare students for positions in the following fields: Print or Web Design, Digital Photography, Videography and Video/Audio Editing. Students will develop an artistic proficiency through the use of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Audition, Premiere Pro, and Adobe Animate to create interactive animated web content. This is a hands-on program that provides students with the skills necessary for the design and production of websites, corporate branding, print marketing, as well as website and web-based video content. Students will create an industry-ready online portfolio using WordPress to showcase their design skills, which is required to begin a career in the design industry.

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Digital Printing Technology

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Digital Printing Technology is the graphic design aspect of the graphic communications industry. Through training, students will gain an understanding of image manipulation programs, typography, page layout operations, scanning operations, vector based graphics programs, electronic pre-press operations, and color principles. Instruction is provided in the operation of digital production printing systems and electronic pre-press. Students will become proficient in Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Acrobat and will be eligible to become an Adobe Certified Associate (ACA). During the program, students create an online portfolio, as well as a printed portfolio. Printing and portfolio projects include: Logos, Business Forms, Package Designs, Newsletter, Brochures, Business Cards, T-shirts, Cups, and Tiles.

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Graphic Communications and Printing Technology

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The Graphic Communications and Printing Technology program is designed to prepare students for entry level employment in the Graphic Communications industry. Students will become proficient in graphic design, prepress fundamentals, and offset lithography operations. The program provides hands-on training and experience in:

• Graphic Design
• Typography
• Layout & Design
• Prepress
• Computer to plate Technology
• Press operations
• Bindery & Finishing

Students will receive hands on-training in Adobe software and will learn page layout, illustration, scanning, and photo retouching. The Graphic Communications and Printing Technology lab is a full service printing facility.

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Web Development

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Unlock the secrets of Web development in all its forms by designing, coding, and publishing websites that can work in mobile, tablet and desktop formats. Student will use cutting edge tools such as XHMTL, CSS, JavaScript, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Premiere, WordPress, SEO and Social Media marketing to create websites that are dynamic and engaging. Develop a real world portfolio with industry certifications using all of your acquired skills to gain entry-level employment as a:

Web designer
Developer
Social Media Manager

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Broadcast Engineer

Television Production Technology

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McFatter’s Television Production Technology program is the most comprehensive training for the industry in South Florida. Curriculum includes everything needed in the video production industry: studio camera, jib camera and remote camera operation, sound mixing and recording, studio and remote lighting techniques, scripting, set and scenery design, teleprompting, technical directing, producing, and video editing.

Students edit using Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro, and are taught video compositing techniques in After Effects and Photoshop. In addition to these core components, students also learn things not commonly taught at other video training facilities, such as preventive maintenance and video monitoring. As part of their training, students participate in Broward County Public School’s television station, where they get hands-on experience. Students don’t come to McFatter TV Production to get the training they want…they come to get the training they need.

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Television Production Technology

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McFatter’s Television Production Technology program is the most comprehensive training for the industry in South Florida. Curriculum includes everything needed in the video production industry: studio camera, jib camera and remote camera operation, sound mixing and recording, studio and remote lighting techniques, scripting, set and scenery design, teleprompting, technical directing, producing, and video editing.

Students edit using Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro, and are taught video compositing techniques in After Effects and Photoshop. In addition to these core components, students also learn things not commonly taught at other video training facilities, such as preventive maintenance and video monitoring. As part of their training, students participate in Broward County Public School’s television station, where they get hands-on experience. Students don’t come to McFatter TV Production to get the training they want…they come to get the training they need.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Drafting

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Drafting is often called the “universal language of industry”. Whether you are an inventor, an architect, or an engineer, communicating your ideas clearly and precisely to others if vital to having them become reality. Technical drawing is the bridge between those ideas and production. CAD (Computer Aided Drafting) knowledge and a command of the graphical language is essential to every project. Every member of a project team is able to communicate and coordinate, through the language of drafting, a precise set of instructions for manufacturing or construction. Manufacturers and contractors then rely on those drawings either to produce the next groundbreaking project or build the next skyscraper. At McFatter’s CAD drafting studio, we introduce you to the basics of drafting before guiding you into more complex techniques through the use of state-of-the-art software, including AudoCAD, Revit, and Solidworks. The drafting program provides you with a solid background to act as a stepping stone for advancement in the related career of your choice. Students will receive instruction in the classroom and will practice hands-on-skills in the drafting studio, which is equipped with the latest tools and equipment to deliver the program curriculum.

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Electrician

Electricity

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The Electricity Program at McFatter focuses on training in electricity for residential, commercial and industrial systems. The students will be instructed on conduit bending techniques, blueprint reading, fire alarm installation, journeyman preparation, and interpreting national and local electrical codes. Also, the students will master the understanding of all aspects of the electricity industry’s planning, management, finance, and production skills, with underlying principles of technology, labor issues, community issues and health, safety and environmental considerations.

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Construction Equipment Operator

Fork Lift Certification

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Let McFatter Technical College certify you to drive a fork lift through the National Safety Council/FLI Learning Systems, Inc. You will receive classroom and hands-on training. Certification includes operation training definitions from OSHA and NIOSH. Fine tune your operational skills and refresh your understanding of safe fork lift operating procedures. Certificate is valid for 3 years.

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Welder

Welding Technology

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The Welding Technology program offers students the necessary skills to enter a challenging and high demand career in the fields of construction, engineering, manufacturing and many more. In our training program, students will learn to use gas and electric welding equipment with steel, aluminum and stainless steel metals. In addition to the necessary hands-on skills, students will become knowledgeable in reading blueprints and applied math. This entry level program consists of:

Basic manufacturing processes
Metals identification
Basic interpretation of welding symbols
Oxyfuel gas cutting practices
Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)

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Welding Technology- Advanced

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If you are ready to enhance your skills in the welding industry, our Welding Technology – Advanced program is for you! This program will refine your skills in gas and electric welding equipment and your work with steel and aluminum. An emphasis will be placed on pipe skills. This advanced level program also consists of:

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) techniques
Pipe Fitting Fabrication techniques
Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) skills
Emerging technologies directly related to geographically relevant welding needs.

The Welding Technology – Advanced program requires successful completion of Welding Technology and requires instructor approval.

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Metal Fabricator

Welding Technology

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The Welding Technology program offers students the necessary skills to enter a challenging and high demand career in the fields of construction, engineering, manufacturing and many more. In our training program, students will learn to use gas and electric welding equipment with steel, aluminum and stainless steel metals. In addition to the necessary hands-on skills, students will become knowledgeable in reading blueprints and applied math. This entry level program consists of:

Basic manufacturing processes
Metals identification
Basic interpretation of welding symbols
Oxyfuel gas cutting practices
Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)

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Welding Technology

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The Welding Technology program offers students the necessary skills to enter a challenging and high demand career in the fields of construction, engineering, manufacturing and many more. In our training program, students will learn to use gas and electric welding equipment with steel, aluminum and stainless steel metals. In addition to the necessary hands-on skills, students will become knowledgeable in reading blueprints and applied math. This entry level program consists of:

Basic manufacturing processes
Metals identification
Basic interpretation of welding symbols
Oxyfuel gas cutting practices
Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)

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Welding Technology- Advanced

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If you are ready to enhance your skills in the welding industry, our Welding Technology – Advanced program is for you! This program will refine your skills in gas and electric welding equipment and your work with steel and aluminum. An emphasis will be placed on pipe skills. This advanced level program also consists of:

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) techniques
Pipe Fitting Fabrication techniques
Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) skills
Emerging technologies directly related to geographically relevant welding needs.

The Welding Technology – Advanced program requires successful completion of Welding Technology and requires instructor approval.

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Welding Technology- Advanced

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If you are ready to enhance your skills in the welding industry, our Welding Technology – Advanced program is for you! This program will refine your skills in gas and electric welding equipment and your work with steel and aluminum. An emphasis will be placed on pipe skills. This advanced level program also consists of:

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) techniques
Pipe Fitting Fabrication techniques
Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) skills
Emerging technologies directly related to geographically relevant welding needs.

The Welding Technology – Advanced program requires successful completion of Welding Technology and requires instructor approval.

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Pipefitter / Steamfitter

Welding Technology

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The Welding Technology program offers students the necessary skills to enter a challenging and high demand career in the fields of construction, engineering, manufacturing and many more. In our training program, students will learn to use gas and electric welding equipment with steel, aluminum and stainless steel metals. In addition to the necessary hands-on skills, students will become knowledgeable in reading blueprints and applied math. This entry level program consists of:

Basic manufacturing processes
Metals identification
Basic interpretation of welding symbols
Oxyfuel gas cutting practices
Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)

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Welding Technology

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The Welding Technology program offers students the necessary skills to enter a challenging and high demand career in the fields of construction, engineering, manufacturing and many more. In our training program, students will learn to use gas and electric welding equipment with steel, aluminum and stainless steel metals. In addition to the necessary hands-on skills, students will become knowledgeable in reading blueprints and applied math. This entry level program consists of:

Basic manufacturing processes
Metals identification
Basic interpretation of welding symbols
Oxyfuel gas cutting practices
Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)

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Welding Technology- Advanced

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If you are ready to enhance your skills in the welding industry, our Welding Technology – Advanced program is for you! This program will refine your skills in gas and electric welding equipment and your work with steel and aluminum. An emphasis will be placed on pipe skills. This advanced level program also consists of:

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) techniques
Pipe Fitting Fabrication techniques
Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) skills
Emerging technologies directly related to geographically relevant welding needs.

The Welding Technology – Advanced program requires successful completion of Welding Technology and requires instructor approval.

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Welding Technology- Advanced

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If you are ready to enhance your skills in the welding industry, our Welding Technology – Advanced program is for you! This program will refine your skills in gas and electric welding equipment and your work with steel and aluminum. An emphasis will be placed on pipe skills. This advanced level program also consists of:

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) techniques
Pipe Fitting Fabrication techniques
Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) skills
Emerging technologies directly related to geographically relevant welding needs.

The Welding Technology – Advanced program requires successful completion of Welding Technology and requires instructor approval.

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Public Service Industry

Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Education Certificate

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The Early Childhood Education (ECE) program prepares students for employment as a lead preschool teacher in a private preschool setting. With successful completion of this program, the student will earn the Florida Department of Education Early Childhood Professional Certificate (ECPC) along with the Florida Department of Education Children and Families Staff Credential. The major areas of training for this program include the mandated Department of Children and Families (DCF) 45-hour programs, along with creating and implementing lesson plans, interpersonal relations, community issues, developmentally appropriate practices (DAP), children with special needs, professionalism, and employability skills. Students enrolled in this program will be prepared to pursue the national Child Development Associate (CDA).

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Early Childhood Education Certificate

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The Early Childhood Education (ECE) program prepares students for employment as a lead preschool teacher in a private preschool setting. With successful completion of this program, the student will earn the Florida Department of Education Early Childhood Professional Certificate (ECPC) along with the Florida Department of Education Children and Families Staff Credential. The major areas of training for this program include the mandated Department of Children and Families (DCF) 45-hour programs, along with creating and implementing lesson plans, interpersonal relations, community issues, developmentally appropriate practices (DAP), children with special needs, professionalism, and employability skills. Students enrolled in this program will be prepared to pursue the national Child Development Associate (CDA).

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Teacher Assistant

Early Childhood Education Certificate

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The Early Childhood Education (ECE) program prepares students for employment as a lead preschool teacher in a private preschool setting. With successful completion of this program, the student will earn the Florida Department of Education Early Childhood Professional Certificate (ECPC) along with the Florida Department of Education Children and Families Staff Credential. The major areas of training for this program include the mandated Department of Children and Families (DCF) 45-hour programs, along with creating and implementing lesson plans, interpersonal relations, community issues, developmentally appropriate practices (DAP), children with special needs, professionalism, and employability skills. Students enrolled in this program will be prepared to pursue the national Child Development Associate (CDA).

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Principles of Teaching

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The Principles of Teaching program prepares the student for employment as a teacher assistant within the Broward County Public School System. The content includes an understanding of education in the United States, the ability to work effectively with all students, educational technology, lesson planning and implementation, classroom management, student assessment, communication skills, other skills needed to support the learning activities of students, rules and regulations within the Broward school system, and a review of the Broward County mandated ParaPro Assessment. Students will be assigned to a Broward County Public School for required internship.

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EMTs and Paramedics

EMT Emergency Medical Technician

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An EMT is trained to work as a member of an emergency medical team administering first aid treatment and transporting sick or injured persons to a medical facility. The Emergency Medical Technician program offers students the opportunity to become a certified Emergency Medical Technician. The Emergency Medical Technician program includes; theory, emergency room rotations, fire rescue ride time, handling of equipment, and performing designated tasks under hazardous and non-hazardous conditions. All applicants must meet with the program counselor to complete the required paper work prior to registering for the EMT program. Students must pass a Level II background check, drug screening and medical examination.

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Firefighter

Firefighter I and II Certification

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The Firefighter I & II program is a 398 hour program. This program meets the requirements for certification as a firefighter set forth by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training State Fire Marshal Office. Included in the Firefighter I & II Programs are the written and practical portions of the State Firefighters I & II Certification Examinations. This challenging program combines instruction (ladder usage, hose layout, hazardous materials, extrication and breathing apparatus) and field related activities.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Legal Administrative Specialist

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A Legal Administrative Specialist serves as a confidential secretary and performs a variety of secretarial and administrative tasks in law offices, course systems, and federal, state and local government agencies. Over the course of 10 months, our program will provide instruction in office procedures and practices specific to the legal field, legal terminology, transcription of legal documents, and business software applications that meet industry standards. The state-approved curriculum is delivered through in-class and on-line learning activities.

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Contact Phone Number

754-321-5700

Address

6500 Nova Drive
Davie, FL 33063
United States