Career Technology Training Center

The Garrett College Career Technology Training Center (CTTC) offers a variety of non-credit training courses and programs designed to help students develop employability skills needed for the current job market. You can enroll for an individual course or longer training programs to prepare to enter the job market for the first time, upgrade your skills, or prepare for a new career.  The CTTC facility is designed to provide both interactive class room instruction and well equipped labs for hands-on experience. Our small classes provide an opportunity for students to work closely with experienced instructors skilled in their trade.


VIEW: 2015 WORKFORCE SCHEDULE BOOKLET


Career Technology Training Center
116 Industrial Drive
Accident, MD 21520
301-387-3136

Hours: Monday - Friday 9:30am - 5:30pm

Program and Certification Listing:

PHLEBOTOMY-VENIPUNCTURE & SPECIMEN COLLECTION

Students will learn the methods for drawing blood for laboratory testing. A Phlebotomist is employed in various medical facilities including hospitals, doctor’s offices, and medical laboratories. Instruction for this program will be provided by health care professions licensed for the subject matter being taught. More information in the schedule booklet.


CERTIFICATE IN APARTMENT/BUILDING MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN (CAMT)

Building Maintenance Technicians repair and maintain appliances, and the electrical, plumbing, HVAC and interior/exterior areas of apartments, rental homes, condominiums, resort housing/facilities, and large office buildings. More information in the schedule booklet.


 

MACHINING

Machinists are employed in a variety of industries including energy, transportation, advanced manufacturing and the production of specialty products. This training program is designed to prepare students for a career in manual and CNC machining using classroom instruction, computer based training and extensive hands-on experience. More information in the schedule booklet.


VETERINARY ASSISTANT
Veterinary Assistants aide in kennel care, assist veterinary technicians and veterinarians during exams of domestic animals and provide support throughout the veterinary office. They are employed in animal shelters, animal emergency centers, and veterinary practices. Instruction for the program is provided by a licensed Veterinary Technician and/or licensed Veterinarian. More information in the schedule booklet.


WELDING
Welders are employed in almost every trade and work in a variety of locations including below ground, under water, on high rise buildings, and bridges. Over 80 certifications are available based on the location of work and metal product being used in the process. More information in the schedule booklet.