Architecture and Construction
Gateway has opened a program which will provide training in the career field of gas utility construction, a very in-demand career field in Wisconsin and across the nation.
Students graduating from the nine-month technical diploma program can earn an estimated starting wage of $50,000 annually and gain skills they can use to apply at employers across the region. When surveyed, area employers indicated there would be more than 500 job openings in the next three years caused by newly created jobs, retirement or resignations.
Self-motivated individuals who enjoy facing new challenges and working in complex situations will find a career in Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration fulfilling and Gateway Technical College can help you obtain that rewarding career. HVAC/R technicians, mechanics and installers perform basic repairs to systems, install HVAC/R systems, connect fuel and water supply lines to systems and test individual components of the HVAC/R system to determine necessary repairs.
The Interior Design profession is exciting and diverse, demanding both creative and technical solutions to enhance the wellbeing and aesthetic sense of clients. Interior designers can work in a variety of areas that include retail kitchen and bathroom design, flooring and furniture sales and home furnishing design. A good interior designer has strong communication skills, is inquisitive, creative and a problem solver, who can develop designs that fit a client’s criteria and budget.
Facilities maintenance is a career with a wide range of opportunities as well as potential for career advancement. The Facilities Maintenance program at Gateway Technical College is a one-year technical diploma program offered at the Kenosha Campus.
Facilities maintenance technicians typically perform building maintenance tasks ranging from basic repairs to operating computerized building automation systems. These skilled workers are needed in almost every institution from small schools and nursing homes to large universities, hospitals and major hotel and apartment complexes.
Learn how to map the world with a Geospatial Surveying Technician associate degree from Gateway Technical College. Gateway’s program is one of only four surveying associate degree programs in the state of Wisconsin. The two-year degree meets the educational and training requirements to become a licensed land surveyor in the state of Wisconsin.