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This course is designed to provide college bound students with the basic skills and knowledge of animal science, aquaculture, and plant science as preparation for a higher education degree program.
The Automotive Technology program is designed to give you the skills you need to become a auto repair technician
Building Construction prepares you for a career in the commercial and residential building sectors. This is an in demand skill set in West Virginia.
Students may study hair care (styling, cutting, shampooing, coloring, perming, scalp treatments, skin care, nail care, manicures, cuticle, treatments, holiday nails, artificial nails, pedicures), and salon management.
Carver Career Center’s Collision Repair Technology class is accredited by the ASE (Automotive Service Excellence). After completion of the class, graduates are eligible to take the ASE exams.
The goal of the Culinary Apprentice Program at Carver Career and Technical Education Center is to provide future culinarians entering the workplace with comprehensive training in the practical and theoretical aspects of work required in the highly skilled profession
This program is designed to teach the fundamentals of electrical work, terminology, basic principals, and the theory underlying general practices and enable students to work in entry level electrical positions
Dental Assistants assist dentist's in a variety of functions. This is an excellant job for those wishing to enter the dental field and grow.
This program is designed to teach drafting knowledge and skills through both board drafting and computerized programs such as AutoDESK’s AutoCAD & Bentley’s Microstation.
Students enrolled in Emergency Services will experience the exciting world of emergency services first hand.  The program will provide the student with excellent insight into this fast-paced exciting career.
This 10 month program (1080 hours) provides students with entry-level knowledge and skills needed to function in a variety of health care settings.
Our adult and secondary HVAC programs are designed to teach the basic elements of HVAC/R to help enable one to function in an entry-level position in the field
Our adult and secondary HVAC programs are designed to teach the basic elements of HVAC/R to help enable one to function in an entry-level position in the field
Our adult and secondary HVAC programs are designed to teach the basic elements of HVAC/R to help enable one to function in an entry-level position in the field
Students are able to work as plumbers and are eligible to take National Center for Construction Education and Research exams (NCCER), Diamondback, GasTite, and WARDFLEX Installer certification exams.
Students study pharmaceutical and medical terminology, pharmacy environment, organization and management, pharmacy law and regulations, properties of drugs, dosages, compounding and parental admixture operations, packaging and labeling, controlled drug dispensing system, anatomy and physiology, pharmacology, pharmaceutical calculations, aseptic techniques, purchasing and inventory control systems, pharmacy record keeping, sterile preparation of intravenous admixtures, introduction to microcomputers and keyboarding skills.
This program is designed to prepare students for careers in the Respiratory Care profession. Successful completion of the program enables the graduate to sit for the Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT), and Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) national examinations.
The Surgical Technology program prepares you to work in the exciting world of the operating room.
The Veterinary Technician works under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian in assisting with animal care and in a variety of employment settings.
The Welding Technology program is nationally approved through the American Welding Society (AWS) and students who pass the SMAW, GTAW, GMAW, FCAW, or OAW will be awarded a WV Department of Education Certificate and will be placed on the AWS registry

"Carver Career Center helped me a great deal with my future. I have a position that I would not have been able to achieve without the computer and legal office training I received. I am working for CDX Gas, Inc. and I have excelled in more ways than one; including professionalism"

The single most important decision you will make is what career you choose and where you attend school to learn the application of your profession. At Carver Career and Technical Center of Kanawha County, West Virginia we specialize in helping you make these decisions and seeing them through to fruition. Please enjoy our site and learn about the many Diploma and Associates degree programs we provide, aimed at gaining you the respect you deserve as a trained professional. Just ask our graduates!

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The Goal of Carver Career Center

The Vision of Carver Career Center

To help students develop the job skills and knowledge that will enable them to get good jobs.

To help students prepare for college or other post-secondary education and training.

To help employed adults keep up to date in their field and to develop new skills for advancement and promotion

We envision Carver Career Center as a school with a physical facility well-equipped and organized to promote learning, with a staff committed to students and the learning process; that offers programs that are meaningful to the world of work; that recruits students who are willing to learn, are active in the learning process, are proficient in basic skills, are well-trained and prepared for job placement; that graduates students who are successful, in demand, well-trained, and employable; that maintains its status as a leader in technological training by meeting and exceeding industry standards; and that ensures that the Carver community, those with a vested interest in Carver’s programs, is represented, supportive and involved

The mission of Carver Career and Technical Education Center is to provide associate degree, certificate and short term education programs designed to prepare secondary students from Kanawha County and adult students from Kanawha and surrounding counties for employment, career advancement, and/or continued education and to assist employers in meeting their employment and training needs.

The Mission of Carver Career Center

About Carver Career Center's Accreditation

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The Welding Technology program is nationally approved through the American Welding Society (AWS) and students who pass the SMAW, GTAW, GMAW, FCAW, or OAW will be awarded a WV Department of Education Certificate and will be placed on the AWS registry
Students may study hair care (styling, cutting, shampooing, coloring, perming, scalp treatments, skin care, nail care, manicures, cuticle, treatments, holiday nails, artificial nails, pedicures), and salon management.
This course is designed to provide college bound students with the basic skills and knowledge of animal science, aquaculture, and plant science as preparation for a higher education degree program.