Automotive/Motorcycle, Construction,

and Building Maintenance



We offer unique training programs, driven by the passion and craftsmanship of our trade, to our diverse community. Our faculty are well equipped to provide learning and repair experience for a large spectrum of automobile, motorcycle, building maintenance and construction-related areas. Entry-level novices and seasoned veterans find certificate and degree programs that meet their needs with us at the Evans Campus. Internships and apprenticeships are available. Students  gain access to high paying careers.

autobody work in progress

Automotive Technology offers entry level and advanced courses in Automotive and Auto Body. Our program has served our community for more than 30 years, and our faculty have more than 400 years of combined experience in the field.

Construction tools on a desk

Construction Technology offers entry level credit and non-credit courses in a variety of construction fields. We offer certificate programs with three specializations: Electrical, Carpentry, and Plumbing. We are in the process of adding more green technology courses and certificates. Our mission is to offer opportunities for students to gain the knowledge, practice the skills and develop the abilities required to attain entry-level positions in a variety of construction-related fields.

Custodial Training


Custodial Training (TICU 9550) offers preparation for entry level employment as a custodian. This non-credit course includes 108 hours of training in safety, use of tools, equipment, chemicals, materials and supplies, and the proper application of dusting, sweeping, mopping, use of ladders, scaffolds, various floor machines and specialized equipment.

For more information contact:

Julia Dillard