2024-2025 Full-Time Program Information Sheets


Average OK Salary
$51.85
Per Hour
(source: OKESC)

Aircraft Command Experience is an aviation STEM program focused on providing foundational knowledge, skills and experience in the aviation and aerospace career fields. Exploring both the Pilot and UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems) pathways, students work toward obtaining the Federal Aviation Administration’s Private Pilot Knowledge Test and/or the Part 107 Remote Pilot Test. Topics covered in the Pilot pathway include aviation history, principles of flight and aerodynamic forces, pilot and aircraft qualifications, aircraft systems, pre- and post-flight procedures, flight maneuvers, and cockpit management. UAS-specific topics include UAS regulations, airspace classification and operating requirements, safety protocols, aircraft loading and performance, and operating environments.

Explore aviation careers while gaining advanced knowledge and skills in flying, aerospace engineering, and unmanned aircraft systems.


Average OK Salary
$22.26
Per Hour
(source: OKESC)

Aircraft Structures and Heavy Maintenance is focused on providing the general foundational knowledge, skills, and experience in aircraft maintenance as well as the maintenance, inspection, repair, and alteration of aircraft sheet metal structures. Exploring this pathway, students work toward obtaining certification for OSHA 10, CertTEC Basic Composites, and CertTEC Aviation Structures. The program also prepares students to enter into a Part 147 Airframe & Powerplant program and licensure. Topics covered include theory of flight, flight control, aircraft materials and processes, regulations, electrical theory and systems, engine familiarization, aircraft structures and repairs, and composite materials.

Learn the basics of maintaining and inspecting, while gaining skills in sheet metal construction and repair for heavy aircraft and aircraft systems.

Who can enroll?

▪ High School Students
▪ Adult Students

Entrance Requirements

▪ Accuplacer Scores of 250+ in Math/Reading or
equivalent
▪ Certain employment positions may require ability
to read, write, and speak the English language

Schedule

AM Session: 7:45 am – 10:30 am
▪ HS PM Session: 11:15 am – 1:50 pm
▪ Adult PM Session: 11:15 am – 2:00 pm

Estimated Time to Complete

▪ Full-Time: 1 Year
▪ Part Time: 2 Years

Financial Aid

▪ Pell, Veteran’s Benefits, Tribal Assistance,
MDTC Next Step Scholarship, OTAG, OK
Promise, Voc. Rehab, Workforce

Student Organization

▪ SkillsUSA

COURSES

Math
Physics
Ground Handling & Servicing
Weight & Balance
Aircraft Drawings
Cleaning & Corrosion Control
Materials & Processes
Fluid Lines & Fittings
DC Electricity
AC Electricity
Aircraft Batteries
Aircraft Wiring Practices
Aircraft Electrical Systems
Total Hours – 900

Industry Certifications

▪ OSHA10
▪ CertTEC Basic Composites
▪ CertTEC Aviation Structures

College Credit

▪ Rose State College

CareerTech Competency Exams

▪ N/A

Career Opportunities

▪ Sheet Metal Mechanic
▪ MRO Aircraft Technician

Instructor : Kaleb Humphrey (khumphrey@mid-del.net) ext.6338


Average OK Salary
$22.14
Per Hour
(source: OKESC)

Automotive Service Technology is focused on providing the foundational ASE aligned industry standard skills used by entry-level automotive maintenance technicians. Exploring this pathway, students work toward Student ASE certifications in Automotive Brakes, Automotive Heat and Air, Automotive Engine Performance, Automotive Electrical Systems, and Automotive Steering and Suspension. Topics covered include the fundamentals of automotive service, automatic and manual transmission, brakes, engine performance, electrical and electronic systems and components, heating and air, steering and suspensions, and introduction to electric vehicles.

Learn how to inspect and maintain various automotive systems while earning ASE certifications to become an automotive service tech.


Average OK Salary
$13.28
Per Hour
(source: OKESC)

Cosmetology for Adults is focused on providing the foundational skills used in the personal services provided for the public related to skin, hair, and nails. Exploring this pathway, students gain required skills and credit hours needed to obtain their Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology – Cosmetology license. Topics covered include an introduction to cosmetology, hairstyling and cutting, manicures and pedicures, hair texture, chemical restructuring and coloring, facials, lash and brow care, and customer service/shop management.

Learn how to provide personal services to the public for hair, skin or nails, while earning 1500 OK State Board of Cosmetology hours needed for licensing.


Cosmetology for High School students is focused on providing the foundational skills used in the personal services provided for the public related to skin, hair, and nails. Exploring this pathway, students gain required skills and credit hours needed to obtain their Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology – Cosmetology license. Topics covered include an introduction to cosmetology, hairstyling and cutting, manicures and pedicures, hair texture, chemical restructuring and coloring, facials, lash and brow care, and customer service/shop management.

Learn how to instruct Cosmetology students while earning OK State Board of Cosmetology hours needed to get licensed to teach Cosmetology in OK.


Average OK Salary
$13.28
Per Hour
(source: OKESC)

Cosmetology for High School students is focused on providing the foundational skills used in the personal services provided for the public related to skin, hair, and nails. Exploring this pathway, students gain required skills and credit hours needed to obtain their Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology – Cosmetology license. Topics covered include an introduction to cosmetology, hairstyling and cutting, manicures and pedicures, hair texture, chemical restructuring and coloring, facials, lash and brow care, and customer service/shop management.

Learn how to provide personal services to the public for hair, skin or nails, while
earning 1000 OK State Board of Cosmetology hours needed for licensing.


Average OK Salary
$21.60
Per Hour
(source: OKESC)

Collision Repair Technology is focused on providing the foundational skills needed for non-structural repairs and automotive refinishing. Exploring this pathway, students work toward obtaining their OSHA 10, I-CAR Non-Structural Repair Technician Pro Level 1, and I-CAR Refinishing Technician Pro Level 1 certifications. Topics covered include automotive collision damage analysis and repair techniques, written estimations, automotive detailing, refinishing preparation and application, refinishing defects and color adjustments.

Learn how to estimate automotive collision damage while gaining skills in non-structural repair and automotive refinishing.


Average OK Salary
$42.68
Per Hour
(source: OKESC)

Cyber Security Professional is focused on teaching the skills needed for providing computer hardware and software repair and service, as well as the basics of networking and network administration duties. Exploring this pathway, students work toward obtaining CompTIA certifications in Network+, Security+, A+, and Linux+. Topics covered include computer repair and troubleshooting, software installation and configuration, networking fundamentals, routing, and security, providing customer support, and principles of cyber security and cyber forensics.

Learn to provide technical assistance to computer users while gaining skills in computer service, networking, and network administration.


Average OK Salary
$23.45
Per Hour
(source: OKESC)

HVAC Apprentice Technology is focused on providing the skills needed as an entry-level HVAC apprentice. Exploring this pathway, students can earn up to 2 years of Construction Industries Board (CIB) credit and work toward obtaining their Oklahoma Mechanical Apprentice and EPA Section 608 licenses. Topics covered include proper handling of refrigerants, electrical systems, codes and regulations, indoor air quality, professional customer service, installation, and repair of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.

Learn the entry level skills needed for entry-level HVAC technicians while earning up to 2 years of CIB credit and obtaining an apprentice card.


Average OK Salary
$13.32
Per Hour
(source: OKESC)

Health Careers Certification is focused on providing the academics and skills needed to find employment in a medical facility, nursing home, or home health agency as either a Long Term Certified Nurse’s Aide (LTCNA), Home Health Aide (HHA), or Registered Medical Assistant (RMA). Exploring this pathway, students work towards obtaining their Blood Borne Pathogen (BBP) and CPR/First Aid certifications, as well as LTCNA, HHA, RMA licensures. Participation at clinical sites is a requirement for licensure. Topics covered include health careers core, medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, medical assisting in the office, and theory/clinical experience in long term care, home health care, and medical assisting.

Learn the skills needed to work within a medical facility, nursing home, or home health agency while earning LTCNA, HHA, and RMA certifications.

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