Applied Welding Technologies


Students choosing careers in Applied Welding Technologies, have acquired technical skills in multiple areas of welding. The content of the program  includes but is not limited to health, safety, and environmental issues; and technical skills in oxyfuel gas cutting principles an practices; shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) skills; gas metal arc welding (GMAW); flux-cored arc welding (FCAW) skills; and gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) skills.


Electronic Technology


Students who choose a career in Electronic Technology are knowledgeable in direct current (DC) circuits, alternating current (AC) circuits and analog circuits, and depending on the completion point of training, may work as Electronics Assemblers, Electronics Testers, Electronics Equipment Repairers, or Electronics Technicians.
This program curriculum includes, technical skills working with solid state and digital devices; microprocessors; use of circuit diagrams and schematics; soldering and chassis assembly techniques; laboratory practices; and technical recording and reporting.



Major Appliance and Refrigeration Repair

Students who choose a career in Major Appliances and Refrigeration Technology install, service, and repair many kinds of large gas elec trical, and microwave appliances.  
They may repair refrigerators, ranges, washing machines, hot-water heaters using hand tools.

The content of this program includes but is not limited to communication skills, leadership skills, human relations and employability skills, safe and efficient work practices, electrical and refrigeration skills, analyzing, diagnosing and repairing washers, dryers, dishwashers, trash compactors, ranges, refrigerators, freezers, microwave ovens, and window air conditioners.



CTE Students with Special Needs
Grades 6-12

Curriculum Standards

Career Education for Students with Disabilities (Repeatable for multiple credit)