There's never been a better time to enter the skilled and industrial trades. As technology in these fields advances, the need for educated and experienced professionals continues to grow. Expand your skills and knowledge in the trades to advance your career and become an industry leader.
"The Biofuel Production Operations Online Training Program will give you the education you need to work as a biofuel production operator, inspecting and repairing equipment, operating computer systems, and handling lab equipment."
"Prepare for a career as a carpenter as you master basic residential construction skills, learn to read blueprints and do jobsite math, and get hands-on practice in three workshop projects."
"Would you like to become an indoor air quality or green building consultant? Would you like to better understand how to create a healthy home or building by preventing, diagnosing, and resolving indoor environmental problems? The Certified Indoor Environmentalist Program will help you take the next step in your career."
Prepare to enter the freight/logistics industry. This program will prepare you to start your own freight broker business or become a freight agent.
"The HVACR Certified Technician program is a comprehensive online training that encompasses heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration."
"For decades to come, natural gas will be produced and consumed in the United States, creating an ongoing demand for natural gas plant operators. This online program provides the fundamental technical background you need to get started in this field."
"This program will give you a thorough understanding of the building assessment process, focusing on the skills you need to professionally conduct visual building inspections, perform diagnostic testing, determine improvement opportunities, and prepare a work scope that will guide the homeowners decision-making process for making the improvements."
"The Principles of Green Buildings (PGB) program explains the science that individuals in the building, remodeling, or trade industries need to know in order to make buildings perform more efficiently."