Machining TechniquesChoose a career in Machining Techniques where you learn how to machine and fabricate varied types of parts and equipment from prosthetic limbs to airplanes, motorcycles and even electrical turbines.Learn More
Laboratory TechnologyDevelop the practical and theoretical skills you need to qualify for an entry-level positions as a laboratory technologist graduate.Learn More
Computerized Systems TechnologyGain hands on training in electronics, micro-controllers and computers and unlock the door to a career in developing and maintaining computer systems.Learn More
DraftingToday's Residential and Commercial drafter needs a background in construction techniques. You can gain this knowledge and the skills in a vocational training program.Learn More
Secretarial StudiesGain the skills you need to work in a modern-day office as an executive secretary, administrative assistant and lay the groundwork for a career as a legal or medical secretary.Learn More
Computing SupportDevelop the skills to succeed in some of the most in-demand technology jobs... analyst, programmer, network manager and computer department supervisor.Learn More
Computer ScienceComputer Science Technology programs prepare you to take on a job as a programmer-analyst in all enterprises that use networks and the Internet to conduct business.Learn More
Interior Decorating and DisplayChanel your creativity into a program that enables you to enhance and design inviting and functional home, office and commercial environments.Learn More
Professional SalesGraduate with the skills to work in the exciting world of sales. Learn how to tap into your entrepreneurial spirit and train to be a top notch salesperson.Learn More
Electronics and Information TechnologyDevelop the practical skills you need for a career as a technologist in the telecommunications and computers and network industries.Learn More
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Recognition of acquired competencies
RAC in vocational and technical training allows for evaluation and official recognition of competencies acquired on the job or through real-life experience in relation to a program of study.
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