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  • Assess, estimate, repair, and refinish the body and interior of damaged vehicles
  • Straighten and replace damaged parts using modern welding, sanding, masking, and painting procedures
  • Utilize professional techniques of metal and adhesive repair
Campus: Hugo
  • Diagnose, maintain, and repair a wide range of vehicles
  • Use advanced diagnostics and repair equipment to troubleshoot complex automotive systems
  • Develop critical thinking and math skills while working side-by-side with automotive experts
  • Perform a wide range of responsibilities in a business/technology environment
  • Experience interactive software applications, project simulations and a variety of operational business/technology techniques
  • Create graphics for web pages and design professional web sites using the same hardware and software as professionals
Campuses: Atoka, Durant, Hugo, Idabel, Talihina
  • Build, upgrade, diagnose and repair computers
  • Work with information technology (IT) specialist to design, install and troubleshoot complex computer network systems
  • Utilize professional help-desk techniques to meet a wide range of client needs
Campuses: Atoka, Durant, McAlester
  • Prepare to work as a drafter, engineer, architect, designer or technician
  • Performance-based computer training designed to help you acquire the skills needed to get a job in this rewarding field
  • Train students with state-of-the-art equipment and technology in two-dimensional and three-dimensional applications
  • Design, stage, and install commercial and residential electrical wiring for power control systems from rough in to finish
  • Use logical thinking and math to interpret blue prints and layout designs
  • Troubleshoot analog and digital circuits for safe and efficient operation
Campus: Poteau
  • Design, fabricate and install many types of HVAC and refrigeration systems
  • Troubleshoot and repair residential and commercial systems
  • Use logical thinking to interpret blueprints, electrical schematics and operational sequence charts
Campuses: McAlester, Poteau
Campus: Idabel
  • Use advanced welding techniques to design, engineer, build and troubleshoot complex manufacturing solutions
  • Interpret blueprints and specifications using math and critical thinking
  • Develop the confidence, work ethic and stamina necessary for a career in fabrication
  • Program completers are eligible to take the State Board of Cosmetology Licensing Exam
  • Specialize in either men's or women's hair care, nail technology, facial technology or in any one of more than 50 related occupational areas
  • Available for Adults and High Schools Students
Campuses: Atoka, Idabel, Stigler
  • Become competent in the fundamental skills of the law enforcement profession.
  • Become qualified for further related education and/or entry into the job market.
  • Participate as responsible citizens.
Campuses: Hugo, Talihina
  • Experience a wide range of health careers through practical lab experiences
  • Use professional medical equipment and technology to improve the health care of others
  • Develop professional work ethic, medical skills and patient/client care and confidentiality
  • Create gourmet food, cakes and pastries with artistic presentation
  • Plan, prepare and serve meals for upscale events and casual dining
  • Work with professional chefs
Campuses: Durant, Idabel, Poteau
  • Hands-on, real-world problem-solving approach to learning
  • Develop organizational, critical-thinking, and problem-solving skills
  • Learn and apply the design process and acquire strong teamwork and communication proficiency
Campuses: Hugo, Idabel

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High School Students
Kiamichi Technology Center provides an extended curriculum for participating high schools. Three units of credit may be earned by a student attending Kiamichi Technology Center each year. Following successful completion, these units are certified by Kiamichi Technology Center and transferred to the high school in which the student is enrolled.

Adult Seeking Job Skills
Adults may apply for many of Kiamichi Technology Center's daytime classes at different times throughout the year. These classes are usually one full school year or more in length and available in many programs.

Employees Seeking Training
A variety of long term and short term training programs are available for employees seeking training.  Other services offered are customized training programs, safety training, bid assistance, and agriculture assistance.