What does Nontraditional mean?
Nontraditional status is based on gender and the training program you are enrolled in. Nontraditional occupations are defined as occupations that have less than 25% of one gender employed in the workforce. Nontraditional programs lead to careers that are high-wage, high-demand, or high skill.
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A nontraditional program can lead to a rewarding career. You can look forward to the following:
Opportunity for adventure
Broader job opportunities
Opportunity for advancement
CPTC offers the following non-traditional programs:
Advanced Pipe Welding, Automotive Repair, Basic Plumbing, Carpenter’s Assistant, Commercial Truck Driving, Data Cabling Specialist, Diesel Mechanic, Electrical Control Systems, Electrician’s Assistant, Industrial Construction, Industrial Electricity and Wiring Assistant, Industrial Mechanical Systems, Industrial Motor Control Technician, Machine Tool, Pipe Welder, Welding and Joining Technology, & Wire Welding
Accounting, Business Administrative Technology, Certified Nurse Assistant, Child Care Manager, Cosmetology, Early Childhood Care and Education, Early Childhood Exceptionalities , General Office Assistant, Healthcare Assisting, Medical Assisting, Medical Billing Clerk, Nail Technician, Pharmacy Technician, Practical Nursing, Radiology Technician, Respiratory Therapy, & Shampoo Technician
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