Advanced Manufacturing

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Automotive Service Technician

This 2-year apprenticeship program will provide accepted applicants with the rigorous training and knowledge to become Automotive Service Technicians. Through a combination of paid on-the job training and classroom instruction, apprentices will learn to inspect, diagnose, service, repair, and rebuild mechanical, electrical, and electronic systems in vehicles.

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Automotive Technician Specialist

This program is designed for persons who aspire to become an Automotive Technician Specialist. Students learn to inspect, diagnose, repair, rebuild and service mechanical, electrical, and electronic systems and components of all types of new and used vehicles.


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Aircraft Structural Technician

This program is designed for persons who aspire to become Master Craftsmen as aircraft technicians. Students learn to perform structural assemblies, modifications and repairs on commercial aircraft in accordance with federal aviation regulations, manufacturer's recommendation and airline approved maintenance programs.

Banking and Finance

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Financial Specialist

This program is designed for persons who aspire to become Financial Specialists. Participants are prepared to compute, classify, and record numerical data to keep financial records complete. Participants will also be prepared to check the accuracy of figures, calculations, and postings pertaining to business transactions recorded by other workers. This program is a career pathway that combines college coursework, mentoring, and on-the-job training.


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Operations Management / General Manager

This program is designed to advance incumbents or fast-track apprentices into a management position. Participants learn practical and theoretical skills needed to operate a successful business. An Operations/General Manager assesses the needs of the company and devises strategies that produce profit, develops and maintains relationships with clients & customers, and serve in leadership roles, mentoring, coaching and training employees.

Education & Training

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Teacher Assistant

The Teacher Assistant Program in Early Childhood Education is designed for persons who enjoy working with children and are devoted to building a nurturing and safe learning environment. This program is a career pathway that combines college coursework, mentoring, and on-the-job training to learn the key responsibilities and skills required to support teachers and help children with their educational and social development, both in and out of the classroom.

Information Technology

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Help Desk Technician

This program is designed to prepare apprentices with the technical knowledge and skills for employment as support technicians in commercial, industrial and government institutions.



Trade & Logistics

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Customs Broker

Every year, billions of dollars of cargo move through ports and corridors in South Florida – the gateway to the Americas. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Transportation & Logistics operations is the second largest employment sector in the United States. The fluidity of integration in the field of Transportation & Logistics has expanded to include air, rail, sea, and truck transport.

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Transportation and Logistics Specialist

The Transportation & Logistics Specialist Apprenticeship is designed to prepare apprentices for employment in Transportation, Distribution and Logistics. The program content is broad-based to reflect the cross-functional relationships prevalent in supply chain management. Apprentices are exposed to planning, directing, and coordinating transportation, storage, or distribution activities in accordance with organizational policies and applicable government laws or regulations.