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If you have a bachelor’s degree and are looking to make a career change, enrolling in this program certainly adds up. CPA Pathway Advanced Certificate Program completers will have the necessary qualifications to sit for the Illinois CPA exam. Intermediate and advanced accounting, auditing, business law and more are covered. Click here for more.
Gain the in-demand skills that employers are looking for with Triton’s Welding Certificate Program. Welding processes including ARC, MIG and TIG welding are covered along with other important skills like blueprint reading and metal fabrication processes. Click here for more.
Get wired for success with Triton’s Engineering Technology/Electrical Certificate Program. This one-semester program covers electricity fundamentals, sustainable applications, electrical codes and standards, and more. Click here for more.
Understand the electronic and mechanical parts of an automated system, interpret electrical wiring diagrams and symbols, learn basic and advanced drafting, and more. This associate degree program teaches many of the skills coveted by area employers. Click here for more.
Let Triton help you stand out to area manufacturers. Learn principles of the design and manufacturing processes using various 2D and 3D CAD systems. Graduates will be qualified for entry-level employment opportunities in a variety of roles or they can transfer to a number of nearby four-year colleges to pursue a bachelor’s degree. Click here for more.
Triton’s Plumbing Certificate is the perfect pipeline to finding success as a skilled trade worker. In just two semesters you’ll cover the basics of fixtures, faucets and valves then move on to the finer points of installation and repairs. Click here for more.
If you have a knack for working with tools, look no further than Triton’s Carpentry Certificate. In just two semesters you’ll learn to turn raw materials into masterpieces. Important construction industry topics including building codes, blueprint reading and OSHA requirements are also covered. Click here for more.
Students looking to start a career as a firefighter will learn firefighting concepts and operations including water supply, forcible entry, ventilation and much more. A minimum grade of a ‘C’ is required for students to sit for the certification exam to become certified as a basic operation firefighter. Click here for more.
This certificate is available for current firefighters certified as a Firefighter III or an Advanced Technician Firefighter, through the Illinois State Fire Marshal. Program completers will be eligible for certification as a “Company Fire Officer”, through the Illinois State Fire Marshal. Click here for more info.
The certificate is available for current firefighters certified as a Fire Officer I or a Company Fire Officer, through the Illinois State Fire Marshal Program completers will be eligible for certification as an “Advance Fire Officer”, through the Illinois State Fire Marshal. Click here for more info.