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AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY A two-year program, theory with some demonstrations and minimal "hands on" intended to prepare students for professional employment, skill upgrading, and certification. This program meets two evenings per week.

BLUEPRINT READING (Building and Machine Trades or Construction Trades) A one-year program, consisting of Blueprint I and II, designed to enable the student to interpret and extract information contained on a simple blueprint or engineering drawing. This course meets one evening per week and focuses on either construction or machine related content.

MACHINE BPR TOLERANCING A twelve-night, one evening per week, theory course on advanced fit and tolerancing considerations for machinists and tool and die technicians.

CARPENTRY A four-year program, meeting two evenings per week, designed to provide related theory and "hands-on" instruction pertinent to residential construction. Apprenticeship training is also available.

CAD I A "hands-on" technical computer graphics program designed to assist engineers, architects, drafters, builders, and other related professions. This program meets one evening per week for 12 weeks and becomes the prerequisite for Auto Cad II.

COSMETOLOGY A two-year, 1000 contact hour, program designed to prepare students for licensing under the New Jersey Board of Cosmetology and Hairstyling. The course meets four evenings per week, four hours per evening from September thru May. Please read the Rules and Regulations for Cosmetology.

DIESEL/TRUCK TECHNOLOGY A two-year program designed to provide students with related theory and minimal "hands-on" instruction on various components of the diesel engine and truck systems. Apprenticeship training is also available. This program meets two evenings per week.

ELECTRICIAN A four-year program designed to provide students with related theory and minimal "hands-on" instruction in various aspects of residential, commercial and industrial electrical systems. Apprenticeship training is also available. This program meets two evenings per week.

ELECTRONIC FUNDAMENTALS A one-semester, 72 hour, two evenings per week course designed to provide the student with theory only circuit concepts and basic circuit calculations. This course also provides a foundation for the Network/Fiber and Telecommunications courses.

ESTHETICS A 600 contact hour program designed to prepare students for licensing under the New Jersey Board of Cosmetology and Hairsyling  Skin Care Specialist . The course meets four evenings per week, four hours per evening.

HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING (HVAC) A four-year program designed to provide students with related theory and "hands-on" instruction in various aspects of HVAC. Apprenticeship training is also available. This program meets two evenings per week.

INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC A four-year program designed to provide manufacturers and maintenance personnel with electromechanical knowledge and skills required for in-plant industrial applications. Apprenticeship training is also available. This program meets two evenings per week.

BASIC INDUSTRIAL MATH I A twelve-night, one evening per week, course designed to provide students with basic mathematical skills as related to the construction and machine trades. This course should be taken with Basic Blueprint I.

MACHINE SHOP PRACTICE  A two year program designed to provide “hands-on” skills in the set up and operation of standard machining equipment. Apprenticeship training is also available. This program meets two evenings per week.

MATHII-CONSTRUCTION TRADES A twelve-night, one evening per week, course designed to provide advanced mathematical skills for those students engaged in construction trades. This course should be taken with Blueprint II (construction trades).

MATH II-MACHINE TRADES A twelve-night, one evening per week, course designed to provide advanced mathematical skills for those students engaged in machine trades. This course should be taken with Machine Blueprint Tolerancing.

PLUMBING A four-year program designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in plumbing. This program meets related training specifics and is scheduled for two evenings per week for a total of 156 hours per year. Apprenticeship training is also available.

PNEUMATICS-INDUSTRIAL A twelve-week course designed to provide students with basic industrial pneumatic theory and application. This course meets two evenings per week and may be part of an apprenticeship training program.

SHEET METAL A four-year program designed to prepare students for entry-level employment as a sheet metal fabricator. Apprenticeship training is also available. The program meets two evenings per week with theory and “hands-on” requirements.

STATIONARY ENGINEERING Stationary engineering consists of three courses: Low and High Pressure Black Seal License, or High Pressure Blue Seal License. Courses are designed to prepare students for the N. J. State Boiler Licensing examinations. Apprenticeship training is also available. This program meets one evening per week.

INTRODUCTION TO WATER AND WASTEWATER OPERATIONS A 180-hour, two evenings per week, state licensing course designed to prepare students to work in municipal water and sewage treatment plants by acquiring N. J. State Licenses: S1, C1, W1 and T1. Field trips are scheduled.

WASTEWATER COLLECTION SYSTEMS-ADVANCED A 45 hour theory course designed to prepare students to work with municipal collections systems requiring a State license "C" or higher. Field trips are scheduled.

WASTEWATER TREATMENT-INDUSTRIAL A 90 hour, two evenings per week, theory course designed to prepare students to work in private sector industrial treatment plants requiring State licenses N1 or higher. Field trips are scheduled.

ADVANCED WATER OPERATIONS  A 90 hour theory course designed to prepare students in  the operation of water treatment and distribution systems for the level 2 and higher “T” and “W” exams.

ADVANCED WASTEWATER OPERATIONS A 90-hour two evenings per week, theory program designed to prepare students to work within municipal waste treatment facilities requiring a State operator license at the S2 level or higher. 

WELDING A two-year program consisting of theory and “hands-on” exercises designed to prepare students in basic welding operations including Heliarc, MIG and TIG. Apprenticeship training is also available. Basic Math and Blueprint I may be added to supplement this training program, which meets two evenings per week