School of Trades Technology
Retiring tradespeople and a construction boom in Western Pennsylvania mean new opportunities for skilled workers with the drive to succeed.
Discover our Trades Technology programs.
Associate in Science, HVAC Technology
Certificate, HVAC Technology
Associate in Science, Welding Technology
Certificate, Welding Technology
Certificate, Electrician Technology
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Energy Tech Center
In our associate and certificate programs, you’ll work hands-on in environments that are as real-world as it gets—from our 15,392 square-foot Energy Tech Center for the Welding Technology and HVAC Technology programs to the residential, commercial, and industrial labs for our Electrician technology program.
Work with instructors who know the trades inside and out.
Teaching those skills takes more than a depth of experience and knowledge. It takes a real passion for passing along all that experience and knowledge to prepare others for rewarding careers. In our School of Trades Technology, you’ll work with instructors who are ready and able to share everything they’ve learned working in the field.See how you’ll learn
Put your skills to work in an internship.
The learning gets even more real as you apply your skills in an internship—you might just join the ranks of PTC grads who’ve turned those internships into full-time jobs.View potential employers
Enjoy the support of Career Services.
As you approach graduation, our Career Services team will help you build your job-search skills and connect you with employers who are looking for exactly the skills you’ve acquired.Discover Career Services
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Whether you want to speak with a representative, swing by campus or get the application process started, it's time to discover how different a college can be.
*Showcases graduates from the January, April, July and October 2016 classes. Employment includes full-time, part-time, and freelance positions. Data includes those who were offered and/or received career assistance from January 1, 2016 – April 30, 2017. Visit PTCollege.edu/employmentstats to learn more.