Skilled & Professional Trades Higher Ed Training Programs

Jobs of the Past are Jobs of the Future

Skilled labor is one of the oldest lines of work for people who enjoy working with their hands. And in spite of advances in technology, there’s still a significant demand for qualified labor professionals. 

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Ancora’s CNC Machinist program teaches students how to strive for competencies in the areas relevant to successful 3-Axis CNC Milling and 2-Axis CNC Turning Operations. Our curriculum focuses on core principles including safety procedures, preventive maintenance, milling, turning, and quality assurance.

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Commercial Industrial Maintenance Technician (CIMT)

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Students who participate in the CIMT course learn how to ensure that machinery vital to an industrial setting are working properly. They are taught about basic machine maintenance and repairs, how to conduct diagnostics to determine the source of issues, and otherwise ensure that machines are operated smoothly and as expected.

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In Classroom, Hands-On

Construction & Trades Project Management

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This program focuses on the economic theory of how people, organizations, and governments use their scarce resources to achieve their goals. Students will examine management’s considerations of scarcity and elasticity in daily operations with a focus on production of goods and services. Completers will gain experience to apply for entry level Foreman, Project Management, and Shop Supervisor jobs.

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In Classroom, Hands-On

Diesel Heavy Truck Technician

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The goal of the Diesel Heavy Truck Technician program is to prepare students to carry out the repair and maintenance of diesel engines. Diesel engines power heavy duty machinery such as trucks, buses, bulldozers, and cranes. Students will have the opportunity to learn a wide range of diesel-specific topics, including general shop operations, safety procedures, diagnosis and repair, basic electrical theory, and more. Students who complete this course are prepared to seek careers in maintenance and repair, dealerships, mass transit, vehicle sales, and at power-generating plants.

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In Classroom, Hands-On

Electrical Technician

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This program is designed to teach students the skills to begin a career in electrical construction or maintenance trades professions, focusing on the practical knowledge and troubleshooting experience for a career in these fields. The curriculum includes lectures, demonstrations, reviews, and practical exams taught by an experienced professional in the electrical field. 

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In Classroom, Hands-On

Air Conditioning, Heating and Basic Refrigeration (HVAC/BR)

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Students in the Air Conditioning, Heating, and Basic Refrigeration (HVAC/BR) program are taught the use of hand and specialty tools with an emphasis on equipment and shop safety procedures as well as customer service skills. They will learn to troubleshoot, service, and repair residential and commercial air conditioning, heating and refrigeration systems.

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In Classroom, Hands-On

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Ancora’s Industrial Safety course emphasizes general safety practices and regulations in an industrial setting. Students focus on identifying, correcting, and avoiding unsafe workplace situations. Students also learn how to properly use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and job-specific safety techniques.

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In Classroom, Hands-On

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Mechatronics, or Mechatronic Engineering, is a multidisciplinary branch of technology that focuses on the engineering of both electrical and mechanical systems. Ancora’s course includes a combination of robotics, electronics, telecommunications, and product engineering, then helps students understand how Mechatronics unifies each of these various subfields.

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In Classroom, Hands-On

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This practical, hands-on course introduces students to the basic concepts, tools, materials, processes, and skills required to hand solder through-hole components according to industry standards. After completing this course, students will be able to safely solder through-hole components according to industry standards and CPNPP QC requirements.

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In Classroom, Hands-On

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Custom Professional Trades Solutions Designed to Meet Your Needs

If you are looking for something different, or a combination of the above offerings, our team can help put together a customized program that includes the education and hands-on training to help meet your higher education standards and needs. We’ll work with you to understand your goals, plan logistics and deliver a timely solution that is effective and efficient.