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Construction Technology

The Construction Technology program allows students the opportunity to complete certificates at two levels and to transfer these certificates toward an Associate of Applied Science degree in Industrial Engineering Technology at Neosho County Community College. 

The curriculum utilizes National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) a nationally-recognized credentialing and certification system. This National Registry system assures portability of skills by providing transcripts, certificates, and wallet cards to students who successfully complete the program.

NCCC Construction Technology Program Costs*

 

Credits

High School Students

Non-High School Students

Level I: Fall

8

$474

$1010

Level I: Spring

10

$570

$1240

Level II: Fall

6

$362

$764

Level II: Spring

8

$466

$1002

Course Fees are as follows: Level I Fall, $58; Level I Spring, $50; Level II Fall, $50, Level II Spring, $50. (INCLUDED IN COSTS ABOVE)

*Costs are subject to change

The Schedule for Construction Technology: 8:30-10:30a.m., 4 days/week, Peaslee Center

 

Welding

The Welding program allows student the opportunity to complete certificates at two levels and to transfer these certificates toward an Associate of Applies Science degree in Industrial Engineering Technology at Neosho County Community College. 

Students will learn MIG, TIG, Stick and Flux core welding processes.  First year students will take the 1G, 2G, 1F, and 2F certification tests.  Second year students will take the 3G, 4G, 3F, and 4F certification tests.  The curriculum utilizes the American Welding Society’s “Schools Excelling through National Skills Standards” (SENSE) which is nationally-recognized credentialing and certification system. The SENSE system defines skill levels as Entry Welder and Advanced Welder which correspond with NCCC’s Level I and Level II certificates.

NCCC Welding Program Costs*

 

Credits

High School Students

Non-High School Students

Level I: Fall

7

$472

$941

Level I: Spring

9

$568

$1171

Level II: Fall

8

$566

$1102

Level II: Spring

8

$566

$1102

Course Fees are as follows: Level I Fall, $108; Level I Spring, $100; Level II Fall, $150, Level II Spring, $150. (INCLUDED IN COSTS ABOVE) 

*Costs are subject to change

 

The Schedule for Welding: 5:30-9:30p.m., 2 days/week, Lawrence High School

HVAC – Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning

The HVAC program offers a certificate and/or an Associate of Applies Science degree in Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Technology. The first two semesters cover the electrical and heating side of HVAC. Later semesters cover the refrigeration and airflow side of the HVAC trade.

The program utilizes the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) curriculum. NCCER is a nationally-recognized credentialing and certification system.

NCCC Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Program Costs*

 

Credits

High School Students

Non-High School Students

Fall

9

$488

$1091

Spring

9

$480

$1083

Fall

9

$505

$1108

Spring

9

$498

$1107

Course Fees are as follows: 1st Fall, $20; 1st Spring, $12; 2nd Fall, $37; 2nd Spring, $30. (INCLUDED IN COSTS ABOVE)

*Costs are subject to change.

The Schedule for HVAC: 12:30-2:30p.m., 4 days/week, Peaslee Center or 5:30-9:30pm 2 days/week Peaslee Center

Students may enter the program at any time EXCEPT for during the Spring II semester(courses: HVAC 202 & 204).  During this semester, the class is open ONLY to students who were enrolled in FALL II (courses: HVAC 120, 122, 124).

Allied Health -

Certified Nurse Aide (CNA); Certified Medication Aide (CMA); Medical Terminology

The Certified Nurse Aide or CNA is designed for individuals seeking an entry-level position in the area of adult healthcare. This course includes a study of the aging process and its related conditions and the nursing skills required in assisting geriatric residents to reach and maintain their highest level of wellness consistent with the limitations imposed by the aging process. The course is taught at the Lawrence College & Career Center and includes forty-five (45) hours of theory and twenty-five (25) hours of supervised clinical experience in a nursing home and twenty (20) hours of lab. This course prepares students for the Certified Nurse Aide Exam.

Once students have successfully completed the CAN course, you will be eligible to enroll in the Certified Medication Aide (CMA) course. Student must be 18 years old to take the Certified Medication Aide (CMA) exam.

NCCC Allied Health Program Costs*

 

Credits

High School Students

Non-High School Students

Live or Online

Medical Terminology

3

$204

$405

Online

Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)

6

$390

$792

Live

Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)

6

$486

$888

Online/Hybrid

Certified Medication Aide (CMA)

5

$325

$660

Live

Certified Medication Aide (CMA)

5

$405

$740

Online/Hybrid

Course Fees are as follows: CNA $78; CMA $65, HHA $65

*Costs are subject to change.

Tentative Schedule for Allied Health: 8:30-10:30am or 1:18-3:05pm, 4 days/week or  5-9pm 2 days/week,  Lawrence College and Career Center.  Day and evening classes available.

*NCCC Tuition/Fees are subject to change by the NCCC Board of Trustees