• Workforce Training Programs  

    Welding 

    Process Technology 

    AutoCAD 

    National Electrical Code Exam Preparation Course  

    Computer Training 

    Food Manager’s Certification Course 

    Substitute Teaching 

    Photography 

    Course Name: Welding

    Program Information 

    Estimated Tuition:   $700.00-$1000.00

    Time Commitment: 12-15 weeks

    Contact Information:  
    Joe Hayen
    361-698-1329
    jhayen@delmar.edu 

    Related Information: Join the competitive field of welding, enhance your skills, or simply learn to weld! Our welding courses are designed to meet any level and support your career and training goals. #160;

    Located at Gregory-Portland High School, this welding lab is centrally located in the heart of local industry.  Night and weekend classes are available.  Contact us for more information!

    Related Downloads:  Please click here to download the program supply list. 

     

    Course Name: Process Technology

    Program Information 

    Estimated Tuition:   $3000.00

    Time Commitment: 18 weeks

    Contact Information:  
    Joe Hayen
    361-698-1329
    jhayen@delmar.edu 

    Related Information: Are you looking for intensive training to get into the workforce quickly? The rapid track Process Technology program is your fit! You will complete three, six week modules attending class Monday through Thursday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. This commitment will lead to a sustainable career and on track for further education. This program covers safety, instrumentation and process technology. Course materials will be provided.  

    Related Downloads:  Please click here to download the program flyer. 

     

    Course Name: AutoCad

    Program Information 

    Estimated Tuition:   $160.00 per class

    Time Commitment: 24 hours each

    Contact Information:  
    Dion Krupa
    361-698-2222
    dkrupa@delmar.edu 

    Related Information: Beginning AutoCAD is an introduction to computer aided drafting where emphasis is placed on setup, creating and modifying geometry, storing and retrieving predefined shapes; placing, rotating and scaling objects, adding text and dimensions, using layers, coordinate plot/print to scale. Intermediate AutoCAD is the next step in computer aided drafting. Emphasis is placed on creating working drawings. In Advanced AutoCAD, the emphasis is placed on creating working drawings such as orthographic and isometrics with advance dimensioning.

    Students are required to purchase the class textbook.  

     

    Course Name: National Electric Code Exam Prep Course

    Program Information 

    Estimated Tuition:   $445.00 per class

    Time Commitment: 78 hours

    Contact Information:  
    Dion Krupa
    361-698-2222
    dkrupa@delmar.edu 

    Related Information: This Electrical Code course includes minimum requirements for approval of electrical installation specified by the National Electrical Code (NEC). Examination of all aspects of electrical installation from the standpoint of safety for personnel and equipment.

    Students are required to purchase the class textbook  

     

    Course Name: Computer Training

    Program Information 

    Estimated Tuition:   $80.00 to $100.00 per course

    Time Commitment: 2-15 weeks

    Contact Information:  
    Dion Krupa
    361-698-2222
    dkrupa@delmar.edu 

    Related Information: We offer a variety of computer related courses that can be taken individually or as part of a series. The following are a list of current courses that we offer: Keyboarding, Beginning Computers, Beginning Word, Intermediate Word, Beginning Excel, Intermediate Excel and Power Point. Quickbooks is also offered through the Del Mar College Small Business Development Center.

    Office Assistant Institutional Certificate 

    Students may also consider an Institutional Certificate in Office Assistance. To obtain this Continuing Education Certificate, students must complete the following 5 courses: Keyboarding, Beginning Word, Beginning Excel, Power Point and Office Assistant Fundamentals.

    For all courses, students are required to purchase a textbook as well as a flash drive. Students are also required to bring headphones to class for the keyboarding course.

     

    Course Name: Food Manager's Certification Course

    Program Information 

    Estimated Tuition:   $160.00

    Time Commitment: 7 hours

    Contact Information:  
    Dion Krupa
    361-698-2222
    dkrupa@delmar.edu 

    Related Information: This 7 hour National Certification program is designed for owners and operators of establishments, as well as for any religious or private fund raiser which prepares and serves food to the general public. This is an environmental class with topics including methods of proper food storage, techniques for sanitary food preparation, employee sanitation, pest control, accident prevention, sanitation regulation and standards including knowing the prevention of bacteria, parasites, viruses, toxins, hepatitis A and dealing with HIV/Aids in the work place, which contributes to outbreaks of food borne disease.

     

    Course Name: Substitute Teaching

    Program Information 

    Estimated Tuition:   $70.00

    Time Commitment: 12 hours

    Contact Information:  
    Dion Krupa
    361-698-2222
    dkrupa@delmar.edu 

    Related Information: The course is an exploration of the role of the substitute, identification of student needs, behavior modification and classroom management, teaching methodologies, school personnel relationships, mandated state standards, and growth and development of students.

    Students are required to purchase the class textbook.

     

    Course Name: Photography

    Program Information 

    Estimated Tuition:   $125.00 per course

    Time Commitment: 20 hours each

    Contact Information:  
    Dion Krupa
    361-698-2222
    dkrupa@delmar.edu 

    Related Information: If you have a DSLR/ZLR Camera and would like to explore what else there cameras can offer in your photography, then come enjoy a photography class and enroll today!! Digital camera course offerings in Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced Photography. Beginning instruction covers basic camera control, composition, auto, lens choice and compensation. Even if you know this, it is always fun to re-visit. Intermediate Photography continues with manual camera control and fun with video mode. Advanced Photography journeys into RAW and the processing of these files through the software provided by the camera manufacturer.