Programs Leading to Certification

Bring the Advantages of Certification to Your Program


  • Obtain an industry-recognized credential that validates skills.
  • Improve outcomes by providing a tangible goal.
  • Gain a portable certificate to advance careers.


  • Attract more students to your program.
  • Establish measurable goals.
  • Benchmark your program’s effectiveness.


  • Identify qualified candidates.
  • Provide a training path for your workforce.
  • Reduce training costs.

Many of our programs lead to industry certification!

NIDA Certification

NIDA leverages is expertise in civilian, commercial, industrial, and military training to offer students certification in advanced electronics.
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ATech Certification

ATech provides curriculum for automotive training programs accredited vy the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF).
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SkillConnect Assessements

The SkillsUSA Work Force Ready System provides assessments for Career and Technical Education that are supported by industry, education and policy leaders.
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MSSC Certification

The nationwide MSSC System, based upon industry-defined and federally-endorsed national standards, is the gold standard for front-line industrial training.
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National Robotics Training Center Certification

The NRTC produces and administers the Certifieid Robotics Engineering Associate 1 and 2 and the Certified Manufacturing Associate tests to validate industry skills.
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NIMS Certification

The National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) has developed skills standards in 24 metalworking operational including metalforming and machining. All NIMS standards, from entry-level to master-level, are industry-written and industry-validated.
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