Earn your professional trades certificate at Kirtland
Are you good with tools and ready to work in a hands-on field? Get started in Kirtland’s high-tech professional trades programs in Grayling and Gaylord where we offer technical education and certificates to people ready to get to work. We train, retrain and update job skills essential to high-demand, high-skill, high-paying occupations, specializing in construction and manufacturing technology. The courses are flexible and student-friendly, and programs are designed for your unique interests and skills.
Here are four ways you can trade up in the trades at Kirtland.
1. Drive yourself to a new career as an auto tech.
With a degree in Automotive Technology you’ll be ready for a good paying job in the auto industry. Our program is ASE/NATEF certified at a MAST level in eight major areas of training.
2. Earn a cool new career in HVAC/R.
Our Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration program will open doors, upgrade your skills, and make you worth more money.
3. Put a charge into your life as an electrician.
Electrician certificates and degrees enhance options for residential and commercial careers as an electrician.
4. Shape your own career as a CNC Machinist.
Train with the latest technology and world-class faculty in our state-of-the-art CNC Machining classrooms.
5. Make the connections that matter as a future welder.
Get undeniable, highly sought-after skills in our Welding and Fabrication CC or AAS program and be worth more money soon—and in a career that will spark your interests.
6. Draw the blueprint to your future.
Training in our Facility and Energy Management program covers the essentials of HVAC, mechanical, electrical and computer-driven systems and teaches students to read, analyze, program and correct all of the critical operating systems within a facility.
7. Take control of your career.
With a degree in Industrial Automation and Controls Technology you’ll be prepared for jobs including robot installations maintenance, automation equipment installation, troubleshooting, maintenance and PLC programming.
Certification programs are typically 30 credits or less, meaning your education will lead to a career in the blink of an eye. Students can also build on their certificate and earn an associate or bachelor’s degree.
Interested in getting started? Contact our Admissions team at 989-275-5000, ext. 284 or firstname.lastname@example.org.