24-48 Weeks/720 Hours


 68 Modules   Contractor’s Trade Training Entry Level

1 Introduction to Trade Math and Trade Measurements
2 Applying Safety Trade Tail Gate Guidelines
3 Trade Training Review covering proper selection of tools
Contractors License Trade Certification Test Preparation and Final Exam 
240 HOURS   License Trade   in 8 - 12 Weeks   68 Modules = DIPLOMA
50 Modules Contractor’s Trade Training Entry Level Advanced
1 Introduces Installations and Support 2 Introduction to Trade Job Layout 
3 Presents the methods and precautions required for proper cleaning
Contractors License Law Test Preparation and Final Exam
240 HOURS   License Law   in 8 - 12 Weeks   50 Modules = DIPLOMA

50 Modules Contractor’s Trade Training Entry Level Advanced 2
1 Covers common trade terms used in industry trade and theory of operations 2 Understanding the requirements and procedures for testing to meet standards
3 Spread Sheets, Contracts and Quotes on the Computer
Contractors Trade Qualify Test Preparation and Final Exam
240 HOURS   Contractor’s Trade   in 8 - 12 Weeks   50 Modules = DIPLOMA

24 Weeks 168 Modules  Contractor’s Trade  Training  Entry Level
Total 720 HOURS   Trade maximum in 24 - 48 Weeks   168 Modules = DIPLOMA
Occupational Classification Code: 11-9021

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At the College of Instrument Technology (CIT), we do not cut corners with your education and training. Your success reflects directly on our college, so we are in your corner from day one. CIT offers classes in many disciplines including CDL Commercial Truck Driving Level "A", Tow Truck Operator, Bus Driver Passenger Endorsement, numerous Heavy Equipment classes including Swing Cab Crane or Boom Truck Crane Certifications as well as Waste Water Management and various Instrument Calibration classes. Instrument Technology Process Control was Green before Green was cool. These certifications allow you to work anywhere in the world with these job skills. If you are over 18 years of age, have a clean criminal history, a good driving record, a desire to better yourself and your career, then you need to contact CIT as soon as possible.

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