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Continuing Education Electrical Trades Certificate

 

Electricians install, maintain and repair electric power in rural, residential and commercial areas. They stay up-to-date on safety codes and use only approved materials. They might work in homes, be contracted by large businesses, or work in factories and government installations

Most people know electricians as the professionals who come to their home to inspect or repair wiring, or to install outlets. These tasks, though important, are only one of the many electricians might tackle.

ELECTRICIAN CAREERS BASICS

Electricians install, maintain and repair electric power in rural, residential and commercial areas. They stay up-to-date on safety codes and use only approved materials. They might work in homes, be contracted by large businesses, or work in factories and government installations.

ELECTRICIAN CAREERS IN-DEPTH

Electricians are skilled at reading blueprints and technical diagrams, figuring out the best methods for installing new wiring, replacing old systems, identifying problems through the use of the proper devices, and following all state and local building and safety codes. They often work alone, though sometimes they work in teams, especially when designing and implementing electrical systems for new home or commercial construction.

ELECTRICIAN SALARIES & JOB GROWTH

Electrician Salaries Across The US

Electrician salaries can vary widely depending upon several factors, such as years of experience, area of specialization, or state and local area. This salary guide helps aspiring electricians understand where the highest-paying areas might be, as well as what to expect from salaries in various metropolitan areas.

Electrician Job Growth

Electricians are in high demand. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects jobs opportunities to grow by 14 percent between 2014 and 2024. Those who are well-versed in solar power and other alternative power sources will likely be in higher demand; those who honed their skills in the military can also expect to see better job opportunities. This section explains job growth in various states, helping aspiring electricians make informed decisions about where the jobs are.

Continuing Education HVAC Certificate

The HVAC field is a diverse one that offers a multitude of job opportunities. With job availability comes job security and larger salaries for technicians.

There are many types of jobs within the HVAC industry. You don’t need to be an HVAC technician to benefit from the HVAC boom. There are HVAC managers, installers, engineers, and refrigeration techs needed to help fill the demand for new installations.

CWD has been a community training center for skilled workers for many years. We are now offering a complete industry specific HVAC certificate program. Modeled from our full time 600 course.

Continuing Education Machining Certificate

CWD offers nationally-recongniced standards-based skills that validate essential knowldge, skills for the Machining Workplace Environment.

This Certrificate program follows the standards-based by The National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS). Prepare yourself to earn natioanal credentials. Continuing Education Welding Certificate

With economic growth, the rebuilding of North America's infrastructure and the amount of power plants being built and refurbished, training demands and skilled welders on in high demand. CWD has been a community training center for skilled workers for many years. We are now offering a complete industry specificate Welding program to ensure our adult students are prepared for certifications and qualified Skilled Welder.

Prepare for your  AWS Certification

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AWS certification is gaining widespread acceptance in the welding industry because it is a standardized way of verifying a welder’s skills. After welding school, if you seek AWS certification, you may want to complete the Certified Welder program. This certification allows you to test on AWS Standard Welding Procedures, company-issued, non-code welding specifications, or industry standard specifications. Some employers use AWS certification instead of their own tests. Adding this certification to your resume shows potential employers that you’re qualified in certain processes when you apply for jobs.