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Aviation and Aerospace Technology Training | Certification

This program is intended for adult students. High school students may be able to apply, as well.

The postsecondary aviation program picks up where the prerequisite program, secondary Aviation and Aerospace Technology program for high school students left off, and is intended for those pursuing their Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Aircraft Mechanic certification. Students will receive in-depth, hands-on training in subject areas such as aircraft assembly and rigging, sheet metal fabrication and repair, advanced composites, avionics, inspection procedures and turbine and piston engine maintenance. After graduating from the program, students have the option of pursuing their FAA Mechanic Certification.

This program includes the following credential(s): Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Aircraft Mechanic Certification

Design & Illustration Program | Certification

This program is intended for high school students attending from within the district. College credits may be available as part of this program. Students from outside the district or adults who are not enrolled in high school can contact the center to apply for this program, as well.

Burlington Technical Center’s Design & Illustration program pushes art students to master their work by using many artistic tools. Students study graphic design on an iMac loaded with industry-standard Adobe Creative Cloud software. Classes include figure drawing and life drawing. Students can paint, collage, and sketch in their visual journal. Students also learn to take portraits and fine art photographs with a DSLR camera, or animate on a digital drawing tablet. This program will expose you to many artistic tools and help you to build a portfolio for applying to schools or to continue your art practices in life.

This program includes the following credential(s): Adobe Certified Associate-Photoshop, Adobe Certified Associate-Illustrator, Adobe Certified Associate-Premier.

Digital Media Lab Program | Certification

This program is intended for high school students attending from within the district. College credits may be available as part of this program. Students from outside the district or adults who are not enrolled in high school can contact the center to apply for this program, as well.

This program provides an introduction to digital media production. It focuses on filmmaking, audio production (including beat making, working with digital audio workstation [DAW] software, and producing music), podcasting, photography, visual effects, and new media. The classroom provides a mix of drama, art, music, and technology.

This program includes the following credentials: Adobe Certified Associate-Photoshop, Adobe Certified Associate-Premier.

Introduction to Healthcare Program | License

This program is intended for high school students attending from within the district. College credits may be available as part of this program. Students from outside the district or adults who are not enrolled in high school can contact the center to apply for this program, as well.

Introduction to Healthcare is a two-year, hands-on training program. Students will be prepared to enter directly into a job as a Licensed Nurse Assistant (LNA), or to go to college.

This program takes place in a room set up like a hospital. In addition, students will have 32 hours of clinical training in a skilled nursing facility where they will practice patient care skills such as the use of wheelchairs, daily personal care, and working with memory loss. Students will explore different career options within healthcare, prepare a resume and cover letter, and learn about job interviews.

This program includes the following credential(s): Licensed Nurse Assistant (LNA).

Automotive Science & Technology Program | Certification

This program is intended for high school students attending from within the district. College credits may be available as part of this program. Students from outside the district or adults who are not enrolled in high school can contact the center to apply for this program, as well.

Automotive Science and Technology at Burlington Technical Center is a two-year program. It meets for about two hours per day, five days per week. Students learn how engines work and how to fix common problems. Students take apart a modern vehicle engine, use measurement tools, build and test electrical circuits, and do maintenance. This program also teaches you how to use the machines needed to lift a car, change and balance wheels, and do wheel alignments.

This program includes the following credential(s): Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Entry Level Certification-Automobile Service Tech.