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Construction Technology: Electrical & Plumbing Trades Students

Fabrication Technology

Fabrication skills are in high demand in today's competitive marketplace with many career opportunities available throughout the manufacturing industry. TVCC's Workforce Education Division now offers a certificate in our Fabrication Technology program.

This program is 33 semester credit hours with a certificate of completion awarded.  The Fabrication Technology coursework gives foundational and hands-on knowledge in fabrication and assembly principles encompassing design, product build and development, to completion of finished products utilizing disciples in welding, drafting, modeling, layout and CAD/CAM CNC machining skillsets.

Our Mission Statement
Offering in-person, online and hybrid classes to meet your busy schedule. Twelve smiling adults of various races and genders standing arm-in-arm.

The Trinity Valley Community College Workforce Education Division's mission is to provide lifelong learning opportunities, welcoming people of all ages and experience, helping them to reach their personal and professional potential.  Our programs are geared to meet the ever-changing needs of today's students by offering traditional credit programs, face-to-face skilled classroom and lab programs and courses that can be completed online.

Program Outcomes
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Program Outcomes for Electrical & Plumbing Trades Programs


FAQ 2022-2021

Compensation Expectations for Fabricators




Compensation Expectations for Assemblers




Is there On-the-Job Training?

Moderate On-the-Job Training Term

Can I Find a Job After I Receive My Certificate of Completion?

Electrical Trades Nationwide (73,300 in Texas)


1,821,600 jobs available

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How long is the Fabrication Technology program?

The program is two (2) semesters.  The program is awaiting Department of Education approval for financial aid award eligibility.

How much do these programs cost?

In-District:  $4,415*

Out-of-District:  $6,413

Cost Includes:  Tuition, fees, lab fees & required textbooks


*Athens, Brownsboro, Chandler, Crandall, Cross Roads, Eustace,

Frankston, Kaufman, Kemp, LaPoynor, Mabank, Malakoff,

Murchison, Scurry-Rosser, Terrell & Trinidad

What is the program schedule?

The program will be held on the main Athens Campus                          Please check our online Schedule of Classes for class times and details.

Online Schedule of Classes

How many students can be accepted into the program?

We currently accept 20 students in each program every fall semester.

Where do I go to register for the course and find out more information?

Click Here for Admissions & Registration!

Who can I contact for more information about these programs?

Richard Crosby, Division Chair - Business, Career & Technical Programs
(903) 675-6251

Workforce Education Division - Main Athens Campus (903) 675-6232



See the Academic Catalog
for detailed information about this program!


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