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New Castle School of Trades Programs

  • Automotive Technology
  • Building Technology
  • Combination Welding
  • Commercial Truck Driving
  • Construction Trades
  • Diesel and Heavy Equipment Repair Technology
  • Electrical Technology
  • Heavy Equipment Operations
  • Machinist Technology
  • Motorcycle & Power Equipment Technology
  • HVAC/R
  • Industrial Maintenance with Wind & Solar Technology

New Castle School of Trades

 

new castle school of trades

 


With more than 70 years of experience in training skilled technicians, New Castle School of Trades is a name you can trust. The school incorporates refined instruction methods and provides its students with access to the most advanced and sophisticated equipment available in the market.


Enrollment Process at NCST
Interested applicants who want pursue any of the programs offered by NCST must visit their website and fill out a contact form that will be directed to the school’s admission’s office. Students can find all the necessary information related to the enrollment process on the school’s website. Aside from providing deserving and needy students with financial aid, NCST is a military-friendly school that is perfect for recently discharged veterans who want to build an ideal post-military career. If you are not sure which program to choose, you can visit the school’s program catalog to give you a better idea of what NCST is all about.

 

Campus Location:
4117 Pulaski Road
New Castle, PA 16101
Website: http://www.ncstrades.edu


Automotive Technology Training
The Automotive Technology program is specially designed to provide students with necessary skills and experience that will help them attain an entry-level job as an automotive technician. Students are trained to maintain service and diagnose gasoline powered vehicles in the automotive industry. The automobile industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world with people heavily relying on cars, trucks and other vehicles. Therefore, professionals who can maintain these vehicles are in high demand today.


Building Technology
The building technology program curriculum is designed to provide students with lab and hand-on training in remodeling and residential construction fields with particular emphasis to masonry, carpentry, roofing, interior and exterior finishes, etc. Upon graduation, students may apply in a variety of entry-level position in a number of areas. The program can prepare for you a number of occupations including roofer, framer, building inspector, project manager, home inspector, drywall installer etc.


Combination Welding
The combination welding program includes a series of comprehensive courses that provides candidates with a well-versed background in numerous welding techniques and applications based on the specifications of AWS and ASME. Upon graduation, students will be able to participate in variety of projects in many facets of the welding field. This is program is a great choice for people who want to attain entry level jobs as a skilled welder.


Commercial Truck Driving
The main aim of this program is to qualify students to attain entry-level positions as drivers in local driving or over-the road vehicles. This course provides students basic information about truck driving, trucks and the trucking industry. While no prior experience or education is required for this position, students must pass a physical exam and achieve the driver qualifications set by the Bureau of Motor Carrier Safety.


Construction Trades
This program is designed to provide students lab, classroom and hand-on training in the remodeling and residential construction field with particular emphasis to masonry, carpentry, roofing, interior and exterior finishes, etc. Upon graduation, students may apply in a variety of entry-level position in a number of areas.


Diesel and Heavy Equipment Repair Technology
Upon graduation from this program, students will have the ability to disassemble diesel engines, replace valves, bearings, pistons, bearings, lubricate moving parts, replace steering and suspension components, repair undercarriages, replace hydraulic and air brakes, install ignition system and much more. Additionally, students will receive commercial truck driving training to test drive vehicles.


Electrical Technology
This program is specifically designed to provide students with entry-level knowledge and skills to service and install electrical appliances within the industrial, commercial and residential areas. The comprehensive program covers theory and practice in programmable controllers, wiring, machine control, telecommunications, electronic and solid state control. This is the ideal program for people who want to become an electrician.


Heavy Equipment Operations
As the name of the program suggests, students of this program will acquire kills necessary to operate heavy/light equipment used in the transportation and construction industry. Additionally, the driver will be trained to drive a tractor trailer to be eligible for the Class A Commercial Driver’s License test. The program will teach students how to operate a tractor, excavator, backhoe, and maneuver a trailer for unloading and loading equipment and materials.


Machinist Technology Program
This program is specially designed to provide the beginning machinist with skills, techniques and abilities to attain entry-level positions in the area of machine trades. Students will benefit from a combination of hands-on projects, and classroom theory that will enable them to quickly develop skills required in the machine trades field. Graduates can attain entry-level positions as metal workers, machine operators, machinists, tool programmers, C.N.C operators and CAD operators.


Motorcycle & Power Equipment Technology
Upon graduation, you will attain the skills needed to disassemble small engines, replace valves, bearings, pistons, bearings, lubricate moving parts, replace steering and suspension components, repair undercarriages, replace hydraulic and air brakes, install ignition system and much more. Graduates will acquire skills necessary for attaining entry-level skills necessary to work in small engine repair fields.


HVAC/R Trade Program
This program is designed to provide students with entry-level skills and knowledge required to set up and repair residential/commercial refrigeration equipment, air conditioning and heating. The program focuses on both theory and practice of troubleshooting and installing equipment of RHVAC equipment and the electrical requirements of power sources. Upon graduation, students can attain entry-level jobs as air conditioning installation technicians, refrigeration and building technicians, etc.


Industrial Maintenance with Wind & Solar Technology
Upon graduation, students will require necessary skills to attain entry-level skills and knowledge in the area of industrial and commercial electricity, pumps, plumbing, HVAC, hydraulics, equipment maintenance, power generation and solar power. Additionally, students will be trained in different tools and safety measures used in an industrial setting. Upon graduation, students can attain entry level positions in jobs such as maintenance engineers, maintenance mechanics and building superintendents.