The collision repair program provides training in the painting and sheet metal, fiberglass, and plastic repair of automobiles and other vehicles. Students receive instruction in the use of all basic hydraulic, hand, and pneumatic tools.
The Automotive Technology Program at the Center for Technical Education provides an opportunity for students to pursue an exciting career in the automotive industry. Students gain hands-on training through the utilization of state-of-the-art equipment and current technology.
The construction technology program trains students in the most current carpentry and construction techniques used in both residential and commercial building construction. The course of study is designed to prepare students for a career in carpentry and general construction.
Culinary Arts main goal is to provide the students the skills necessary to enter the work field or to continue onto a higher education. Students will acquire a combination of occupational training and academic excellence, which provides the best possible job preparation for the students.
In the drafting program students receive college credit from technical prep classes that would be used to-
ward a degree from colleges like: New England Technical Institute, Mount Wachusett Community College, Fitchburg State University, and University of Massachusetts Lowell.
The Electrical wiring program is a Chapter 74 approved program designed to instruct students in the theories related to electricity, the construction and implementation of electrical circuitry and the usage of various wiring methods.
Honors Electronics courses are designed for high-achieving technically oriented students who plan on matriculating into either an engineering university or competitive technical college. This program integrates Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S.T.E.M.) using a wide range of projects and laboratory activities
The Graphic Communications Program prepares the students with entry-level skills for the graphic industry. Learning takes place through hands-on experiences with the real “world of work” practices. Student’s training includes working with clients/customers who desire various kinds of graphic requests.
Health Occupations offers a flexible, four year curriculum designed to benefit students interested in careers in health and related fields. Field trips to local heath care facilities and providers, as well as presentations by industry professionals, enhances lab and classroom learning.
The HVAC/R teaching staff is dedicated in the teaching and hands on instruction of the student to understand heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration. The HVAC/R field is in high demand and students will enter the job market with many opportunities. Students may also decide to continue on with their field and attend trade schools or colleges to receive a degree in the HVAC/R field.