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Welding Student

VECTR offers courses in the following Technical Certificate of Credit (TCC) and Associate of Applied Science (AAS) programs through Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC). In an effort to provide flexibility for our veteran population and their families, many of these courses can be completed online.

Click to learn more about VECTR's Accelerated Training Courses.
Questions? Contact us at info@gavectr.org


Apply for admission at the CGTC Admissions Office.



On-Site Courses for Summer 2020


Air Conditioning Technical Assistant

  • AIRC 1005 Refrigeration Fundamentals
    June 1 – June 17
    Day Classes
  • AIRC 1010 Refrigeration Principles and Practices
    June 18 – July 13
    Day Classes
  • AIRC 1020 Refrigeration Systems Components
    July 14 – July 30
    Day Classes
  • Experiential Learning
    August 1 – August 17
    Day Classes
  • AIRC 1030 HVACR Electrical Fundamentals
    August 18 – August 28
    Day Classes
  • AIRC 1040 HVACR Electrical Motors
    August 31 – September 11
    Day Classes
  • AIRC 1050 HVACR Electrical Motors
    September 14 – September 25
    Day Classes

Basic Shielded Metal Arch Welder, Gas Metal Arc Welder, and Gas Tungsten Arc Welder

  • WELD 1000 Introduction to Welding Technology
    June 1 – June 17
    Day and Evening Classes
  • WELD 1010 Oxyfuel and Plasma Cutting
    11 June 18 – July 13
    Day and Evening Classes
  • WELD 1030 Blueprint Reading for Welding Technology
    July 14 – July 30
    Day and Evening Classes
  • Experiential Learning
    August 1 – August 17
    Day Classes
  • WELD 1040 Flat Shielded Metal Arc Welding
    August 18 – August 28
    Day and Evening Classes
  • WELD 1090 Gas Metal Arc Welding
    August 31 – September 11
    Day and Evening Classes
  • WELD 1110 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
    September 14 – September 25
    Day and Evening Classes

Commercial Electrical Construction Technician

  • ELTR 1010 Direct Current Fundamentals
    June 1 – June 12
    Day Classes
  • ELTR 1020 Alternating Current Fundamentals
    June 15 – July 5
    Day Classes
  • ELTR 1060 Electrical Prints, Schematics & Symbols
    July 6 – July 15
    Day Classes
  • ELTR 1080 Commercial Wiring I
    July 16 – July 31
    Day Classes
  • Experiential Learning
    August 1 – August 17
    Day Classes
  • ELTR 1090 Commercial Wiring II
    August 18 – September 3
    Day Classes
  • ELTR 1270 NEC Industrial Wiring Appls
    September 4 – September 25
    Day Classes

Certified Warehouse Specialist

July 14 – July 19: Online Classes | July 23: In-person Lab

  • CWDS 1620 Representative Warehouse Skills
  • CWDS 1580 Warehouse and Distribution Processes
  • CWDS 1600 Warehousing Technical Skills
  • CWDS 1540 Working in the Warehouse Environment

Industrial Electrician/Industrial Motor Control Technician

  • IDSY 1101 DC Circuits
    June 1 – June 9
    Day Classes
  • IDSY 1105 AC Circuits
    June 10 – June 18
    Day Classes
  • IDSY 1110 Industrial Motor Controls 1
    June 19 – July 14
    Day Classes
  • IDSY 1130 Industrial Wiring
    July 15 – July 31
    Day Classes
  • Experiential Learning
    August 1 – August 17
    Day Classes
  • IDSY 1170 Industrial Mechanics
    August 18 – September 8
    Day Classes
  • IDSY 1190 Fluid Power Systems
    September 9 – September 25
    Day Classes

Commercial Truck Driving

*Must pass CTDL 1010 Fundamentals of Commercial Truck Driving prior to attending
May 18 – May 27: Online Classes

  • CTDL 1020 Combination Vehicle Basic Operation and Range Work
    June 1 – June 10
    Day and Evening Classes
  • CTDL 1030 Combination Vehicle Advanced Operations
    June 11 – July 9
    Day and Evening Classes



Prior Learning Assessment

Geared toward the military or DoD professional, prior learning experience and training could accelerate attainment of your TCC, diploma, or associate's degree. Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) is a pathway for assessing learning gained outside a traditional academic environment. This could be learning acquired through prior employment, volunteer, military, corporate training, independent study, non-credit courses, or other relevant experience. PLA is a process of evaluating what a student knows at the college-level derived from these experiences to award college credit. PLA can save you time and money because you may not be required to take courses for material you have already mastered. Click here for more information about PLA.