Today’s world is one that is becoming increasingly digital in nature. This is especially true with the advent of increasingly prevalent portable computers that have changed the face of society. With all of that in mind, it might seem as though the job market would become skewed to skills that favor computing. While it is true that many of today’s jobs focus upon computing skills, it is equally true that skilled trades remain an important and irreplaceable part of our economy. Even more, skilled trades are projected to continue to grow over the next 10 years, meaning that jobs in these areas will continue to increase in demand.
With a job market full of new graduates and experienced professionals alike, competition in certain industries can be tough. Doesn’t it make sense to opt for an industry that is actively creating new jobs to accommodate high demand? At Heavy Equipment Colleges of America, we think so. In fact, we believe investing in an education that focuses on the skilled trades involved in heavy equipment operation will serve you well and lead to a satisfying and reliable career. This is one of the reasons why we have worked hard to create training facilities that are designed to bring students both hands-on experience as well as textbook knowledge.
Today, we are proud to serve students all across the United States of America. We offer our services in six campuses spanning from California to Tennessee. Each campus is an accredited training facility as well as an approved testing site by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO). Take a look below for more information about our different campuses and what they offer.
Heavy Equipment College of California Located in San Bernardino and founded in June of 2007, Heavy Equipment College of California aims to serve students interested in learning more about the heavy equipment operations industry. The campus is proud to offer different programs targeted to help individuals pick up the kind of skills they need to find a job in this in-demand field.
Heavy Equipment College of Tennessee Located in Clarksville and founded to help provide a solid education to students in search of a job in the heavy equipment operations industry, this campus provides a variety of career training programs. The campus is a training facility to help those in search of a skilled trade career in heavy equipment operations and construction.
Heavy Equipment Training-North Carolina, LLC d/b/a Heavy Equipment College of North Carolina Located in Fayetteville, Heavy Equipment College of North Carolina was founded in August 2006. The facility was created to help provide students in the area with a first-rate education focused upon heavy equipment operations. Their skilled instructors are happy to provide students with the skills necessary to succeed in this growing field.
Heavy Equipment College of Washington Founded in Lakewood, the HEC campus in Washington is proud to offer a variety of training programs to its students. This campus is an approved testing site by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators.
Heavy Equipment College of Oklahoma Located in Oklahoma City, and the Oklahoma City Business Hall of Fame in 2015 and 2016, was founded in August of 2006, this campus serves students in the area with a first-class educational facility designed to help them thrive. They believe that skilled trades, particularly those in the heavy equipment operations industry, are an important part of the future, and work hard to create a learning environment specifically designed to help students succeed.
Heavy Equipment College of Georgia Located in Conyers and founded in August of 2006, Heavy Equipment College of Georgia has been helping students excel in various skilled trades for over a decade. More specifically, their campus focuses on educating students for successful careers in the heavy equipment operations industry as well as its associated aggregate industries.
For more information regarding our campuses, please feel free to contact the campus in question directly.