Our curriculum is taught by highly qualified trade instructors with vast real-world experience, so that students receive relevant, high-level instruction. Additionally, the curriculum includes materials that meets or exceeds “learning standards” set by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER), the Nation’s largest and most respected trade association. Therefore, our education outcomes meet or exceed the industry standards that employers demand.
Our courses provide students with the comprehensive and broad-based knowledge needed to enter into careers in general maintenance, or entry level positions in plumbing, locksmithing, carpentry, masonry, electrical, welding. masonry/tile or machining.
The training program is a study-at-home, distance education-correspondence course so students participate in the comfort and privacy of their own homes, learning through watching video and online instruction, reading trade textbooks, and taking online examinations. Using this method of training, students can complete courses at their own pace.