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0201.00 – Architecture and Architectural Technology

Planning, organization, and enclosure of space for functional and esthetic purposes, including the design of structures, testing of materials, estimating, environmental impact studies, and dealing with contracts and specifications.

0934.00 – Electronics and Electric Technology

Theory and application of electric and electronic systems and components, including circuits, electro- magnetic fields, energy sources, communications devices, radio, and television circuits, computers, and other electric and electronic components and devices.

0934.40 – Electrical Systems and Power Transmission

Installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of electrical systems and the power lines that distribute electricity. Includes assembly, installation, maintenance and repair of motors, generators, transformers, and related equipment.

0935.00 – Electro-Mechanical Technology

Engineering principles and technical skills for the manufacture of products and related industrial processes. Includes shaping and forming operations, materials handling, instrumentation and controls, and quality control. Includes Computer Aided Manufacturing and robotics. Also includes optimization theory, industrial and manufacturing planning, and related management skills.

0945.00 – Industrial Systems Technology and Maintenance

Design, construction, maintenance, and operation of mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical equipment and related systems, such as production machinery. Includes building and plant maintenance.

0946.00 – Environmental Control Technology (HVAC)

Assembly, installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration systems.

0946.10 – Energy Systems Technology

Theory and methods of energy conservation applied to heating, cooling, and related systems, including the measurement and assessment of energy consumption, diagnosis and prescription. Includes alternative energy systems.

0952.00 – Construction Crafts Technology

Lay out, fabrication, erection, installation, and repair of buildings, highways, airports, and other structures and fixtures, including framing, construction materials, estimating, blueprint reading, and use of tools.

0952.10 – Carpentry

Layout, fabrication, erection, and installation of structures using common systems of framing, construction materials, estimating, and blueprint reading.

0952.20 – Electrical

Installation, operation, maintenance and repair of electrical systems in buildings, including residential, commercial, and industrial electric power wiring and motors, controls, and electrical-distribution panels.

0952.30 – Plumbing, Pipefitting, and Steamfitting

Theories, principles, methods, technical skills and use of equipment in plumbing, pipefitting, and steamfitting.

0953.30 – Electrical, Electronic, and Electro-Mechanical Drafting

Development of working schematics and representations in support of electrical/electronic engineers, computer engineers, electro-mechanical engineers, and related professionals.

0953.40 – Mechanical Drafting

Development of working drawings and electronic simulations in support of mechanical and industrial engineers and related professionals.

0956.00 – Manufacturing and Industrial Technology

Engineering principles and technical skills for the manufacture of products and related industrial processes. Includes shaping and forming operations, materials handling, instrumentation and controls, and quality control. Includes Computer Aided Manufacturing and robotics. Also includes optimization theory, industrial and manufacturing planning, and related management skills.

0956.40 – Sheet Metal and Structural Metal

Theories, principles, methods, technical skills, and equipment used in sheet metal occupations and ironworking occupations.

0956.50 – Welding Technology

Welding techniques, processes, and equipment applied in accordance with diagrams, blueprints, or other specifications.

0956.70 – Industrial and Occupational Safety and Health

Safety engineering principles and practices, as well as related federal, state and local regulations concerned with workplace safety.

0957.00 – Civil and Construction Management Technology

Application of procedures and techniques related to civil and construction management, including estimating and bidding, scheduling and control, inspection, building systems, construction practices, quality control, labor and safety practices. Includes public works management.

0957.20 – Construction Inspection

Inspection of new or remodeled structures to determine their soundness and compliance to specifications, building codes and other regulations.

0958.00 – Water and Wastewater Technology

Principles, technical skills and equipment used to process, purify, store and distribute potable water, and dispose of waste water. Design, construction, operation, and maintenance of equipment for water or waste water treatment systems.


Notes:

  1. Also included are:
    • Apprenticeship with Journeyman Certification (in energy related crafts including carpentry, electricians, plumbers, and sheet metal workers)
    • Pre-Apprenticeship (requires partnership with energy related Apprenticeship program[s] approved by the Division of Apprenticeship Standards)
    • Renewable Energy including Solar Technology
  2. Only courses identified as “C” or “D” are eligible in TOP Codes with multiple occupations

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