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Welders fuse and cut metal materials. They can work in several different industries, so welders might build structures or repair existing infrastructure.

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**

Construction Services are required in all types of residential and commercial buildings. From carpentry, pest control, mold remediation, energy efficiency enhancements, and building inspections, construction services offers a versatile career path.

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**

Plumbers install, maintain and repair water systems in homes and businesses. They install pipes that carry the liquids or gases, and they upgrade and repair existing systems.

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**

Electricians work in homes and/or businesses to install and repair electrical systems that control power and lighting.

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**

Lineworkers deal with electrical lines, whether in utility poles or underground systems. Electrical linemen often work with high-voltage electrical lines, so they need to understand how to safely fix problems in electrical systems.

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**

*Length of program may vary if transfer credits or prior learning experience apply.

**Costs are estimates only and are based on in-state, per-credit-hour tuition prices for one- and two-year degrees. Fees not included. For the most current and accurate tuition price, please contact the college financial aid advisor.