Architecture & Construction Career Training

Careers in designing, planning, managing, building, and maintaining the built environment including new structures, restoration, additions, alterations, and repairs.

Full-time Career Majors

Career Major Titlesort descending Who can enroll Tuition Days Clock Hours Site
Commercial Refrigeration Technician High School, Adult $2,325 M-F 930 SBC
Commercial Refrigeration Technician - Evening Adult $2,325 M-Th 930 SBC
Electrician's Assistant Unlimited Complete Adult $3,225 M-F 1290 SBC
Finish Carpenter High School, Adult $1,500 M-F 600 SBC
Frame Carpenter High School, Adult $1,513 M-F 605 SBC
HVAC/R Technician - Evening Adult $2,663 M-Th 1135 SBC
HVACR Technician High School, Adult $2,663 M-F 1135 SBC
Residential Electrician's Assistant High School, Adult $1,950 M-F 780 SBC
Residential HVAC Installer High School, Adult $1,163 M-F 515 SBC
Residential HVAC Installer - Evening Adult $1,163 M-Th 515 SBC

Short-term Courses

2014 NEC Code Changes

This course is designed to familiarize participants with the changes to the National Electrical code effective for the 2014 code cycle. Completion of the course will meet the Oklahoma Construction Industries Board 6-hour continuing education requirement for electrical Journeymen and Contractors license renewal.
This course will be beneficial to Electrical Apprentices seeking a better understanding of the Code in their pursuit of their Electrical Journeyman's License.

Requirements: Student must bring their own NFPA 70 NEC code Book, Requirements: There are no prerequisites for this course. Anyone interested may enroll.
Book: $ 59
Supplies: $ 0
Tuition: $ 45
Days Date Time Hours Location Course Code
S 6/17
8:00am to 2:30pm
6.0 EDC 23859
S 6/17
8:00am to 2:30pm
6.0 EDC 23859

Blueprint Reading and Drawing for Construction Trades

Learn how to read construction drawings. Review the components of a blueprint, scales used for constructions, abbreviations, symbols and keynotes. You may even bring a project to develop in class!

Book: $ 0
Supplies: $ 0
Tuition: $ 100
Days Date Time Hours Location Course Code
TTh
5/16 to 5/30
6:00pm to 9:00pm
15.0 SBC 23869

Electrical Journeyman-Contractor Preparation

Electrical apprentices prepare for the exam to become a licensed Electrical Journeymen. Learn the requirements set by the Oklahoma Construction Industries Licensing Board. Topics include electrical safety at home and on the job, arc fault/arc blast safety and techniques for mental, emotional and physical preparation for the exam.
NOTE: The NASCLA business, law, and project management portion of the Electrical Contractor's licensing exam is NOT covered in this course.

Book: $ 65
Supplies: $ 0
Tuition: $ 300
Days Date Time Hours Location Course Code
TTh
4/18 to 6/22
5:30pm to 8:30pm
60.0 EDC 23993

EPA 608 Technician Certification

The U.S. Federal Government requires all individuals who install, service or maintain appliances containing refrigerants to be certified. This course will prepare the student for successful completion of the EPAs Section 608 Universal technician certification of stationary equipment.
Students will be given a test booklet to study outside of class time, and will have three opportunities to complete certification.
Class will be taught in English, but Spanish versions of the booklet and test are available with notification prior to class.
EPA test will be an on-line test only.
Cost of exam is included in the tuition.

Requirements: HVAC Technician.
Book: $ 0
Tuition: $ 75
Days Date Time Hours Location Course Code
F 6/16
8:00am to 4:00pm
8.0 SBC 23863
F 6/16
8:00am to 4:00pm
8.0 SBC 23863

Interior Paint and Drywall Repair

Identify the tools needed to paint interior ceilings and walls. Learn how to prepare rooms before painting, such as repairing drywall. Understand how to paint ceilings, walls and trim. Multiple classes may be taken to gain full competency.

Book: $ 0
Supplies: $ 0
Tuition: $ 60
Days Date Time Hours Location Course Code
Th 6/15
6:30pm to 9:30pm
3.0 SBC 23871
Th 6/15
6:30pm to 9:30pm
3.0 SBC 23871

Mathematics for the Trades

Working in the trades requires strong numeracy skills to help you succeed on the job. This class includes basic math applications, measurements and calculations, as well as preparing bills, making payments and scheduling. More than one class may be required for establishing excellence in the trade.

Pre-requisite(s): Assessment test
Book: $ 0
Supplies: $ 0
Tuition: $ 99
Days Date Time Hours Location Course Code
MT
4/24 to 5/23
6:00pm to 9:00pm
30.0 SBC 24081
MT
5/30 to 7/03
6:00pm to 9:00pm
30.0 SBC 24080

Sewing for Beginners to Advanced

Enjoy sewing clothes from custom-designed to fitted garments. Learn to create your own patterns and make your dreams of fashion and interior design a reality! Safety and maintenance on sewing machines, sergers, pressing equipment and cutting tools will be covered. Sewing machines are provided. Students will supply materials needed for projects. If you prefer sergers to sewing machines, you must bring your own. Books may be purchased the first night of course.

Book: $ 75
Supplies: $ 0
Tuition: $ 185
Days Date Time Hours Location Course Code
MW
4/03 to 6/26
6:30pm to 9:30pm
72.0 SBC 23991