Comprehensive Programs: An educational program designed to provide a sequence of educational and skill development experiences that lead to multiple workplace competencies. These programs are designed to prepare individuals for job entry and/or career advancement. These programs are considered occupational programs and are included in the institutional self-study, FTE Calculation and student achievement data collection, and are included on the Council on Educational Occupation (COE) approved program list. These programs are included in the NJ State Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL):
The Electrical Assistant and HVAC program combines the electrical and HVAC skills. Students will be prepared and trained to acquire electrical and HVAC skills needed to be more competitive in the field. It will introduce students to industrial, commercial and residential wiring, motor control and theory consistent with the National Electric Code. HVAC component will have students competency and basic work skills pertaining to the heating, modern refrigeration, air conditioning industry. Upon completion of the program, students will take the Environmental Protection Agency Universal Certification Examination.