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Certification

Industry Recognized Certifications Pave the Way for Students

Each vocational program provides students the opportunity to test for various industry recognized certifications. The education received at the Career and Technical Center is validated by these certifications, making it easier for our youth to find employment once they rejoin their communities.

The following certifications are available to students:

Auto Body

  • ASE YES Program that covers paint refinishing, structural analysis, damage repair, and mechanical and electrical assessment
  • I-CAR'S Professional Development Program is the industry standard for collision repair training that contributes to complete, safe and quality repairs

Automotive Mechanics Technology

  • SP-2 Safety and Pollution Training
  • Tire Industry Association (TIA) Passenger Car Certificate
  • Hunter Training and Equipment Certification on Front End Alignment and Tire Changer
  • Mitchell On-Demand 5 Repair Information System Certificate
  • Valvoline Certificate of Completion (Oil Change)

Carpentry

  • National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Certificate
  • SP-2 Construction Certificate

Accreditation received by the National Occupational Competency Testing Institute (NOCTI)

Food Service

  • ServSafe® Food Handler

Certification is provided by the National Restaurant Association

Masonry

  • NOCTI (National Occupancy Competency Testing Institute)
  • SP-2 Construction Certificate

Welding

  • American Welding Society (AWS) D1.1 (Steel)
  • AWS Structural Steel Mig D1.1
  • Flux Core AWS D1.1 Stick
  • American Welding Society (AWS) D1.2 (Aluminum)

Initial certification is earned in three to five months and additional certifications can be earned with two to three months of additional training.

Pending Approval:

The Career and Technical Center is currently in the process of becoming an approved National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) testing center for masonry, welding, and carpentry.