Construction Maintenance

Advances in science and technology will continue to drive innovation in the design, construction and maintenance of buildings. These advances will also impact infrastructure systems, including new design concepts, materials, methods and the application of information technology. Maryland high school construction-related programs allow students to advance their knowledge in specific construction trades, design or construction management. 


The increasing development of HVAC (heating and air-conditioning systems) technology causes employers to recognize the importance of continuous education and keeping up to speed with the latest equipment and skills. The HVAC program provides an advantage in this industry and a higher qualification for employment. NCCER’s program has been designed to present theoretical and practical skills essential to your success as an HVAC installer or technician.

HVAC Technician Career Overview

Enrollment in Maryland HVAC Program

Industrial Maintenance

Industrial maintenance electrical and instrumentation (IM E&I) technicians are needed in every industry that uses machinery, from automotive assembly plants to computer manufacturers. Not only do they repair and maintain electrical instruments and equipment, they also install and dismantle them. Every time a new appliance leaves a factory or a new car rolls off the line, a skilled electrical and instrumentation technicians played a role in producing it. 

Industrial Maintenance Career Overview

Enrollment in Maryland Industrial Maintenance Program


Technology is creating more uses for welding in the workplace. For example, new ways are being developed to bond dissimilar materials and non-metallic materials, such as plastics, composites, and new alloys. Also, advances in laser beam and electron beam welding, new fluxes, and other new technologies and techniques all point to an increasing need for highly trained and skilled workers.

Welding Career Overview

Enrollment in Maryland Welding Program