Construction and Renovation Tradesman Program

Construction Program
Construction Program
Construction Program
Construction Program
Construction and Renovation Tradesman Program

The Construction and Renovation Tradesman program is 7-months of earning college credits toward an Associate of Technical Studies Degree that provides hands on training in the areas of Blueprint Reading, Plumbing, OSHA, Masonry, HVAC, Finish Carpentry, Carpentry, and Wiring. The program is designed to either take individual classes or the entire program.

Classes are offered every semester at the LCCC Learning Center in Lorain (within the St. Joseph Community Center). For more information, call 440-233-7240 or email Eric Gilles, Program Coordinator/Instructor, at

Applicants for the Construction and Renovation Tradesman program must:

  • Have a GED or high school diploma to enroll--submit official transcript to LCCC Records Office 
  • Complete LCCC Admission Form 
  • Recommended immunization: Tetanus

The bureau of Labor Market Information of the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services reports that over the 2000-2010 period, the Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria economy is projected to create 9,180 new Construction trade positions.

You can become part of a construction team that transforms ideas into reality. This program prepares successful students for future jobs.



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