Is to train participants for employment through short-term vocational programs which promote and allow students to expand their personal and professional knowledge to meet employer’s needs. At Houston School of Carpentry, we dedicate ourselves to providing our students with a quality educational experience which will lead to an enriching and profitable career.
Houston School of Carpentry is a TWC Career Schools and Colleges approved vocational training that currently offers the following TWC-Approved training programs: Electrical Technician Program, Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanic Certificate, and Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Mechanic 900 Clock Hour Course.
Through effective leadership, the curriculums have been designed to continually adjust to changes in demand in the market. This allows graduates to receive the most up-to-date technical training in both classroom and laboratory environments that incorporate hands-on methods to provide the finest practical and theoretical training.
At Houston School of Carpentry, we dedicate ourselves to providing our students with a quality educational experience which will lead to an enriching and profitable career. In achieving this idea, each officer, director, staff member, and educator understands the following:
“Houston School of Carpentry is accepting the challenge to teach students the skills necessary for today’s technological environment. Our main objective is to provide quality educational programs in order to accomplish our goal of helping our students gain employment in a professional setting while helping them adapt to the changes that a new career may bring. Our students are our first priority. Providing them with the best opportunities for success in the workforce world is why we, at Houston School of Carpentry, work together as a team, continuously improving our curriculum and keeping abreast with technological developments in order to prepare our students to successfully meet the needs of today’s employers.”
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Updated: 3/25/20 10pm.