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Trade and Industry Programs

TCTC Adult Training courses provide you with the best educational value of any local training institution. Compare Costs and discover the difference. TCTC Adult Training classes take less time to complete (usually 9-11 months), thereby enabling you to begin working and earning money in less than one year’s time.
  • Books and lab supplies included in program cost
  • Uniforms are included in costs when required
  • Industry-certification/licensure exam fee included in program cost

 

Fulltime Programs

Machine Trades

 

Courses 

Blueprint Reading   1 & 2

Bobcad

CNC Machining 

CNC Theory 

Computers for Industy

Die Making, Basic

Die Making,
Advance

Electrical Print Reading (20, 40) 

Electrical Wiring Comm & Industrial

Electronics  1 & 2

Fabrication & Design

High Voltage

Hydraulics 1 & 2

  Industrial Electricity   1 & 2

Instrumentation

 Jig & Fixture

 Lubrication

 Machine Shop 1 & 2 (60 hour)

Machinery 1 & 2

      Math         1, 2, &, 3 

Mechanical Drive Systems

Mechanical Print Reading

Metallurgy (Machining)

Metallurgy (Welders)

      Motors &             Controls         1 & 2 

OSHA 10

Piping Systems

 PLC     1 & 2

 PLC Integration class

 Pneumatics

 Pumps

 Rigging & Equipment Installation

Shop    Theory      1 & 2

Solidworks

 TroubleShooting

 Welder Print Reading

 Welding 1, 2, 3, & 4

 

 

 


Contact us today!

 
Industrial Training Coordinator
Matt Olson
Matt.Olson@tctchome.com
330.847.0503 Ext.1610
 
 
528 Educational Highway, Warren, OH 44483
Phone: 330-847-0503 | Fax: 330-847-1177

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