Learning That Works

A  combination of factors contribute to student growth including high expectations, industry specific training, academic and social skills-building to ensure that program graduates meet employer expectations and a robust system of support City Tech staff focuses on individual strengths to enhance motivation and improve performance. Activities are conducted through individual and team-based assignments, in-class exercises, and one-on-one meetings with workforce professionals.

Essential Skills

Our instructors work together to ensure that learning is coordinated across the curriculum. Blueprint Reading students learn the shop math that is essential to job sites in morning sessions and go on to use these practical skills in afternoon construction classes. Skills that trainees gain include:

  • High School Equivalence (HSE) Preparation
  • Contextualized Math Instruction
  • Life Management Skills
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Skills Assessment and Goal Setting
  • Computer Skills Training
  • Interview Preparation: Behavioral and Competency-Based
  • Winning Personal Appearance
Skills are Coordinated Across the Curriculum

Contextualized math and electrical classes build practical skills and critical thinking.


Teamwork is an essential part of all our programs.


HSE Prep helps students gain essential skills.