The Construction Technology programs will prepare students for work in new
construction, remodel, and energy auditing industries. Course offerings include
everything from entry level trades courses, all the way to national certification.
Students will train at the career centers, high schools and at real jobsites.
Current and traditional building practices are included, while updated and
advanced framing techniques, energy efficiency, health and safety, and
sustainability methods are emphasized.
Electrical Technology Career Pathway
The Electrical TRACK is designed as a pre-apprenticeship pathway for students to have the opportunity to enter a Registered Apprenticeship training program upon graduation. This Skilled Trades TRACK does not require an employer partner. Students must successfully complete the four course sequence, 8 safety modules and an end of program assessment. Upon conclusion, the instructor will fill out a completion form and submit to OCTE. After being processed, the student will receive a pre-apprenticeship industry certification issued by the Kentucky Labor Cabinet. This certification will be recognized by participating partners for an interview and possible credit upon placement. Credit is at the discretion of the training organization.