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Hohokus School of Trade and Technical Sciences

1 Campus
5 Programs

HoHoKus School of Trades and Technical Sciences ensures that its class sizes are kept manageable so that there is always a clear line of communication and guidance between student and instructor.

Hands-on training—featuring a variety of modern welding and machine shops, HoHoKus School of Trades and Technical Sciences provides students with the real world training needed to succeed on the job, not just lessons from a textbook.

An accelerated route to graduation—our programs can often be completed in as little as 6 months, allowing you to receive quality training and start a job in your chosen career as quickly as possible.

Courses that you can take with you—a variety of certifications are available through our programs, offered by some of the top names in the trades industries such as the American Welding Society, American Petroleum Institute, U.S. Navy Welding Code Specifications, the U.S. Coast Guard – Merchant Marine Transports and Facilities, and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Available Programs

  • Electrician Apprenticeship
    Building Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing

    Electricians install and maintain electrical wiring systems, supplying light, power, air-conditioning and refrigeration for private and commercial buildings.

    As homes and businesses becoming increasingly wired to meet the growing technological needs, electricians will be in greater demand to update and maintain older electrical systems and equipment. The emerging alternative energy industry will also provide increased career opportunities in the field.

    Prepare for a career as an electrician through technical and practical instruction on residential, commercial, and industrial electrical systems, including proper grounding, GFCIs, and maintenance and testing of wiring.

    While we strive to provide students with the best tools to prepare for their careers, we cannot and do not guarantee employment.

  • Plumbing Apprenticeship
    Building Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing

    Prepare for a career in both residential and light commercial plumbing, with training in the installation and maintenance of plumbing fixtures, drainage, vent, and waste systems, and hot water and radiant heating systems, following OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) standards for safety and building codes.

    Plumbers are best known for showing up when a burst pipe fills the basement with water or the hot water heater fails and showers are suddenly ice cold, but residential work makes up just one part of the career, as plumbers also play a vital part in new construction and commercial settings, consulting blueprints, installing or maintaining pipe systems, and securing different types of fixtures.

    Professionals in this field make up one of the largest and highest paid construction occupations in the country, with excellent job opportunities.

  • Welding
    Building Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing

    Welding education requirements vary by employer. Some employers require welders to have a high school diploma and require completion of employer-based welding tests. Other employers look for a certificate or undergraduate degree from a technical school, vocational school or community college. Welders may also learn techniques through welding apprenticeships. Welders today rely on cutting edge technology in their everyday work. Having a transformative effect on the trade, technology has rapidly expanded and improved welding practices. From the development of arc welding to the refinement of laser cutting, welding is continually evolving.

    Welding is more than just joining two pieces of metal together. It’s considered an art by those in the field and is an important part of any major construction project.

    You’ll train in all phases of combination welding and code certification requirements, including electric arc, TIG, MIG, metal theory, oxy-fuel practice and mild steel and plasma arc cutting.

  • Facilities Management
    Building Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing

    Facilities management is a broad industry that encompasses many different occupations that are vital to property development and upkeep, including building maintenance, electrical repair, carpentry, and painting.

    In this program you’ll train to maintain and repair both residential and corporate buildings, with a curriculum that covers welding, electrical work, and structural and finished carpentry.

    An accelerated curriculum schedule allows you to earn your diploma and start a career in the field in as little as 9 months.

  • Manufacturing Technology
    Building Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing

    This program provides an individual with robust training in SMAW on plate as well as training in sheet metal fabrication and machine shop technology. You’ll train towards code certification and spend time learning relative theory.

    Prepare for both entry level and mid level careers in the welding and fabrication fields. Graduates of this program have gone on to become ironworkers and construction welders, and also found strong employment in the fabrication and machine shop fields.

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