Industrial Trades

The Industrial Trades program is designed to provide quality education in multiple fields of the building industry. The program will provide community members an education to develop skills and knowledge needed to start a career in the building industry. After completion of the program, opportunities of employment will be available in many areas throughout the state and surrounding states.

Student Outcomes

  • Demonstrate skills in the carpentry, welding, HVAC, CNC, machining, log working, and fine woodworking areas.

Career Opportunities

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Industrial Trades: Fall Semester (First Year)

GS 110Finding Place1
M 101Technical Math2
WLD 101Welding Theory2
WLD 102Shielded Arc Welding3
WLD 260Repair and Maint Welding3
WLD 114MIG Welding3
WRIT 111Technical Writing2
Semester Total16

Industrial Trades: Spring Semester (First Year)

AIS150/155Nakoda/Aaniiih Lang I3
BUS 210Workplace Ethics3
WLD 180Welding Certification I3
WLD 280Welding Certification II3
WLD 205Adv. Welding & Machining3
WLD 104Blueprint Reading2
Semester Total17

Industrial Trades: Fall Semester (Second Year)

CAR 101Beginning Carpentry2
CAR 121Walls and Stairs Framing3
CAR 205Log Furniture3
WLD 253CNC Burn Table3
HVC 110Heating venting and A/C2
DDSN 113Drafting2
Semester Total15

Industrial Trades: Spring Semester (Second Year)

CAR 102Small Scale Build Design 3
CAR 130Sheet rocking3
CAR 142Intro to Woodworking3
CAR 143Woodworking Fundamental2
CAR 160Advanced Carpentry3
Semester Total14
Degree Total62
NOTE: If placement test scores indicate refresher classes are needed, the student’s program will require more than two years to complete. It is imperative that students work closely with their advisors.