Making It.

Continuing Education Program

With a long and successful career ahead of you, you’ve got to keep the lights on. Thanks to our Continuing Education Program, you’ll never be in the dark. You’ll have access to industry specific courses. Stay on top of new standards, maintain certifications, or even brush up on old tools and techniques. Please note that these are not drop-in classes, and no class will be scheduled without a minimum number of registered students. Register online for any course below by completing and submitting the form completely.

  • Commercial Electrician


    A transformative course that teaches single phase, three phase, proper grounding and bonding methods for transformers.


    Please contact office for more information.

    Conduit Bending

    The scope of this course covers the fundamentals of mechanical and hydraulic benders.

    Medium-Voltage Cable Splicing and Terminations

    We’ll review medium and high voltage cable termination and splicing, from 15KV through 35KV.

    National Electrical Code (NEC)

    Motor Control

    Start simple, and challenge yourself to a higher level.

    Temperature Control

    We’ve added new equipment to teach the latest in web-based temperature control programming.


    Learn to calibrate temperature valves and pressures valves with the most sophisticated meters.

    Programmable Controllers

    Stay on top of the digital automation process with our newly installed PLCs.


    Please contact the office for more information.

  • Data Technician

    Fire Alarm

    We’ll begin with the basic systems, and end with addressable systems and their components.

    Fiber Optics

    Learn how to prepare, terminate and splice Fiber.


    Hands-on with explanation of how these systems work.

    Closed Circuit TV

    Identify and wire many different types of cameras. Learn recording and displaying images.

  • Electrical and Safety Training

    NFPA 70E Electrical Safe Work Practices

    CPR & First Aid

    Sign up for this critical life skill: it might someday save a brother’s life.

    OSHA 30