Lincoln College Of Technology

The Lincoln Group of Schools is proud to offer education and training programs for Careers That Build America: careers in Health Sciences, Automotive Technology, Skilled Trades, Business & IT, Cosmetology and Culinary. These fields drive the American economy, and at Lincoln, we're training the workforce that leads them. Employers looking to fill these positions know we have a rich history and reputation they can trust, and time and again they turn to our campuses for uniquely skilled and trained candidates.

Lincoln College of Technology helps students achieve professional success through personalized career training support and hands-on, job-specific education through it's campus at Denver, CO; Melrose Park, IL; Indianapolis, IN; Grand Prairie, TX; Marietta, GA; West Palm Beach, FL; Columbia, MD. Lincoln College of Technology campuses are accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) or by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), depending upon campus location.

Students receive a well-rounded education experience set within enhanced learning environments under the guidance of knowledgeable instructors who care about our students' success. Lincoln's career training schools and programs are designed to provide students with skills that are marketable today, and equip them with knowledge that will allow them to grow and realize their maximum career potential in the future.

From convenient day, afternoon and evening class schedules, to our network of dedicated Financial Aid, Career Services and Admissions representatives, Lincoln College of Technology's network of career training schools is always planning toward your future... and for the day you graduate. Whether you are a high school student, or looking to make a fresh start with a new career, Lincoln College of Technology's career training can help you get there.

ALUMNI BENEFITS

  • Career department is full of helpful, resources for students to utilize under the guidance of our Career Advisors. From resume writing, to perfecting interview skills, we're here to offer our guidance in a variety of career-oriented areas if you need it.
  • We’ll commit to making every effort to assist our students in seeking out career opportunities that not only meet the goals of our students, but the specific needs of our employers, as well.
  • Students who’ve graduated from Lincoln Technical Institute, Lincoln College of Technology, Euphoria Institute of Beauty Arts & Sciences, and Lincoln Culinary Institute have gone on to work for companies across the U.S. in Careers That Build America. Below is a list of just some of the well-respected and established industry leaders and organizations who have opened their doors and welcomed Lincoln graduates to their team.
    • Automotive & Skilled Trades
    • Auto Dealerships like BMW, Mercedes, Ford, Toyota, Lexus, GM and others
    • Business/IT
    • Cosmetology
    • Culinary Arts
    • Health Sciences
    • Hospitality & Spa
    • Online Employers
    To speak with an Admissions Representative, please call 888-670-5046



Certificate & Diploma Programs

  • Collision Repair and Refinishing:-
    Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology training gives you the tools to make cars look like new again, and prepares you to pursue further collision repair certifications. You know what you’d love to do – so let Lincoln help you make it happen!

    Lincoln’s Collision Repair and Refinishing program and auto body schools have a long-standing history of providing hands-on career training. Each damaged vehicle brings a complex set of issues, and with that comes the need for qualified individuals who can tackle these challenges with an arsenal of repair techniques.

    From dent repair, to airbrushing, welding and feather edging, collision repair training taught by ASE-Certified instructors at our auto body repair schools ensures you are learning the techniques used on the job.

    • Students have access to academic advisors, and can arrange for tutoring if necessary.
    • Get hands-on time in class repairing damaged metal panels using body hammers, dollies, and paint-less dent repair techniques.
    • Learn how to amp up a car’s exterior through airbrushing, decals and automotive art that blends with a vehicle’s original finish.
    • Auto body training lectures and labs give students a foundation for understanding structural materials and technological advances.
    • Visits and field trips to local car dealerships and service centers give you the opportunity to learn from professionals and network with industry experts.

    Plus, Lincoln encourages students enrolled in the Collision Repair and Refinishing program at our schools to become I-CAR (Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair) Certified Technicians.

    As new makes and models are developed, there will be an increase in the number of cars on the road… and unfortunately, accidents happen. Plus, automotive parts composition, body materials, electronics and other new safety components continue to be developed. A career as a Collision Repair Technician means your expertise will be needed!

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  • Electronic Systems Technician:-
    Let’s face it: Society relies on technology to make things simpler, easier and most importantly, efficient. Become a knowledgeable skilled trades professional who can design, maintain and repair these machines through Electronic Systems Technician training at Lincoln!

    With Electronic Systems Technician (EST) training, you’ll be at the forefront of this exciting technology. Career training has never been so easy, as our instructors with practical, real-world experience bring their know-how to the classroom, guiding you through labs and hands-on exercises.

    Our campuses are equipped with technology that lets you practice hands-on skills to maintain and service security systems, electronics, temperate control HVAC systems using green technology and CNC manufacturing equipment. Plus, our partnerships with Hurco Companies Inc., HVAC Excellence Accreditation, the American Welding Society and the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) gives you access to a network of industry businesses and organizations.

    • Courses cover tools of the trade such as power tools, forms of residential and construction materials, hardware systems used by low voltage technicians and an overview of cable pathways.
    • Evaluate copper and fiber optic cabling systems as you test, repair and provide PC support on various operating systems.
    • Study advancements in closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems, broadband cable TV, electronic media management systems and audio/video subsystems, and learn how to troubleshoot and make repairs.
    • Receive hands-on training inside our “Smart House” facility, a life-size, real world training house, where you'll practice and study wire and cable functionalities hooking up home security installation programs, surround sound technology and solar generated power methods.
    • Learn the skills necessary to keep cabling, audio/video circuits, computer networks, fiber optics or telecommunications and satellite systems up and running.

    Plus, Lincoln has student-oriented initiatives to support you throughout your career training such as a Student Success Strategies course and our friendly Financial Aid and Admissions staff. And when you graduate, Career Services can help with your job search, which can include being a PC Technician, Computer Technician or EST at factories, repair shops, commercial businesses and more!

    To speak with an Admissions Representative, please call 888-670-5046

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  • CNC Machining & Manufacturing:-
    Long gone are the days of working in a gritty manufacturing plant - CNC Machining combines industrial arts with technical programming in clean environments. CNC Machinists produce a wide range of manufactured goods and work with a full line of raw materials – plastics, wood, metal and more. This skilled trades career calls for sophisticated programming skills to bring products from concept design to reality: from a piece of titanium, for example, to an artificial hip; from a piece of steel for gears for cars, trucks and airplanes; from a piece of wood to components for new home construction.

    Manufacturing directly impacts multiple industries, as well as the economy. This hands-on industry calls for more qualified technicians as supply and demand increases, and new technological developments evolve. CNC (Computerized Numerical Control) Machinists are behind-the-scenes conductors who literally build things from scratch using computers.

    Lincoln College of Technology’s Indianapolis campus now offers this cutting-edge CNC Machining program which trains students in the fundamentals of CNC milling, turning, CAM systems, concepts in 5-axis machining technology, programming CNC equipment and more!

    Our campuses are equipped with technology that lets you practice hands-on skills to maintain and service security systems, electronics, temperate control HVAC systems using green technology and CNC manufacturing equipment. Plus, our partnerships with Hurco Companies Inc., HVAC Excellence Accreditation, the American Welding Society and the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) gives you access to a network of industry businesses and organizations.

    Some highlights of the CNC Machining and Manufacturing Technology program include:
    • Our partnership with Hurco Companies at our Indianapolis campus means you will train on industry-specific machinery exclusive to Lincoln, and which is used in today's advanced manufacturing facilities.
    • Preparation to qualify for credentials from the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) in the areas of materials, measurement and safety, job planning, bench work, milling, CNC Turning and CNC Operator – Turning.
    • Introduction to Computer-Aided-Design (CAD) and Computer-Aided-Manufacturing (CAM) software programs focusing on geometry for milling parts.
    • Gaining an understanding of blueprint reading and precision measurement, and learn how to use Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) when calculating tool paths.
    • Taking courses in CNC Milling, Set-up and Programming, as well as CAM Mill Design and Tool path which shows you how to program CNC machines for accuracy and precision.

    Upon graduating from the CNC Machining and Manufacturing program at Lincoln, you will be ready for an entry-level CNC Machine Operator or Set-up Technician position, as your newly-acquired skills prepare you to work in various industries such as automotive, aviation, military defense, aerospace and other types of advanced manufacturing facilities.

    The future of manufacturing is headed in an exciting, technologically-advanced era. Get the technical CNC machine training skills needed to operate CNC computers, equipment and machines at Lincoln.

    To speak with an Admissions Representative, please call 888-670-5046

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  • Computer and Network Support Technician:-
    Careers in Business and Information Technology are always evolving. Gain exposure to the core principles and processes of networking tools and techniques, network security measures and defense, office applications, computer hardware and software, and more! Plus, we offer industry certification preparation to give your IT career a competitive edge!

    Our Computer & Network Support Technician program sets you up for a career in Information Technology. You'll receive a laptop, and prepare to take industry certifications such as CompTIA A+ and Network+.

    We live in an age where technology is king, which means careers in Business and Information Technology are always evolving. Learn to develop the technical computer skills and business management expertise needed in today’s tech savvy society through Lincoln’s Business and Information Technology courses, offered at our Lincoln Technical Institute and Lincoln College of Technology schools across the United States.

    Gain exposure to the core principles and processes of networking tools and techniques, network security measures and defense, office applications, computer hardware and software, and more! Plus, we offer industry certification exams to give your IT career a competitive edge! Train for a career where you’ll be at the heart of the Information Technology systems driving businesses today. Lincoln’s Computer and Network Support Technician program prepares you for careers in the Information Technology industry.

    Some highlights of the Computer and Network Support Technician program include:
    • You will be provided with a Lincoln-issued laptop to practice your skills any time, any where.
    • Gain familiarity with the “layer by layer” approach to computer networking while mastering advanced techniques of TCP/IP.
    • Learn how to provie support to remote users in corporate settings through Outlook Web Access and Outlook Anywhere, Virtual Private Networks, and Wireless Networks.
    • In the Student Success Strategies course, you'll learn key strategies related to time management, financial management, goal-setting, career awareness, critical thinking and more — all with the goal of having you completely prepared to seek a job upon program completion.
    • Apply PC support and network configuration in our Information Technology Shop. In addition to gaining valuable customer service skills, you can practice documenting completed work requests.
    • Take part in a 90-hour externship under the supervision of a qualified IT professional. This is an excellent opportunity to “put it all together” in off-site work environments while supporting your professional development.

    After completing the Computer and Network Support Technician program, you will be eligible and encouraged to sit for industry certification exams such as CompTIA A+, Network+, and certain MCTS Certifications. These certifications can help enhance your skills to potential employers, which our Career Services department can help connect you with when you graduate.

    This is truly a Career That Builds America as computers have become a vital part of our lives, both at home and at work. Learn what it takes to tackle these important networking issues as a Computer and Network Support Technician.

    To speak with an Admissions Representative, please call 888-670-5046

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Health Care Industry Related Diploma Program

Lincoln’s hands-on medical programs focus on industry-specific skills, from routine laboratory procedures as a Nurse (RN), Practical Nurse, Dental Assistant or Phlebotomist, to the financial aspects of the health insurance industry as a Medical Coding & Billing Specialist. Don’t just dream about the medical career you’ve always wanted!

The healthcare industry is an in-demand field constantly seeking qualified Nurses, Medical Assistants, Technicians and professionals – and Lincoln can help you get there. To become a compassionate member of the Medical field, Lincoln will help you gain clinical skills and technical procedure knowledge that is cornerstone to the healthcare industry.

Lincoln’s hands-on medical programs, offered at select Lincoln College of Technology and Lincoln Technical Institute schools, focus on industry-specific skills, from routine laboratory procedures as a Nurse, Practical Nurse, Dental Assistant or Phlebotomist, to the financial aspects of the health insurance industry as a Medical Coding & Billing Specialist. Plus, at Florida Medical Training Institute, you can train to become a first responder in the areas of CPR & First Aid, Paramedic, EMT and Fire Fighter.

  • Medical Office Management:-
    The Medical Office Management program at Lincoln prepares you to work with doctors, nurses, and other health professionals. As an office manager, people depend on your organization and multi-tasking capabilities to keep business moving.

    Relevant Medical Office Management courses and curriculum, combined with hands-on laboratory exercises, help our students succeed in this career. Starting with a basic foundation of medical terminology and procedures performed in simulated Doctor’s Office Classrooms (D.O.C.s) and medical settings, Medical Office Management training sets the groundwork for a rewarding career in the medical field.

    Some highlights of the Medical Office Management program include:
    • Lincoln offers convenient day and evening classes.
    • Students enrolled in medical office manager training in West Palm Beach, Florida strengthen interpersonal communications skills by gaining an understanding of legal and medical ethics as well as the day-to-day operations of medical offices.
    • Gain management philosophies that you’ll use as a Medical Office Manager such as ethics, customer relations, labor relations and how to be a leader in the workplace.
    • Hone customer service skills as our instructors encourage you to strive for excellence in today’s business world.
    • Learn aspects of medical coding and billing for filing health insurance claims through the use of computers and electronic records for medical offices.
    • Externships let you gain first-hand experience in what it’ll be like to work in a medical setting.

    Your education isn't limited to the classroom at Lincoln. You will learn the importance of maintaining organization and providing excellent customer service to patients of all walks of life. Your ability to direct, coordinate and plan within clinical settings gives you an advantage. The result – a career as a medical office professional.

    To help you reach your biggest potential, our Admissions, Financial Aid and Career Services departments are there to keep your studies on track. No matter if you are a first-time student, or a workforce professional looking to make a career change, Lincoln can help.

    To speak with an Admissions Representative, please call 888-670-5046

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Health Care Industry Related Diploma Program

Lincoln’s hands-on medical programs focus on industry-specific skills, from routine laboratory procedures as a Nurse (RN), Practical Nurse, Dental Assistant or Phlebotomist, to the financial aspects of the health insurance industry as a Medical Coding & Billing Specialist. Don’t just dream about the medical career you’ve always wanted!

The healthcare industry is an in-demand field constantly seeking qualified Nurses, Medical Assistants, Technicians and professionals – and Lincoln can help you get there. To become a compassionate member of the Medical field, Lincoln will help you gain clinical skills and technical procedure knowledge that is cornerstone to the healthcare industry.

Lincoln’s hands-on medical programs, offered at select Lincoln College of Technology and Lincoln Technical Institute schools, focus on industry-specific skills, from routine laboratory procedures as a Nurse, Practical Nurse, Dental Assistant or Phlebotomist, to the financial aspects of the health insurance industry as a Medical Coding & Billing Specialist. Plus, at Florida Medical Training Institute, you can train to become a first responder in the areas of CPR & First Aid, Paramedic, EMT and Fire Fighter.

  • Nursing (RN) :-
    Lincoln’s nursing program provides critical insight into being adaptable in medical settings while maintaining a high level of emotional intelligence and promoting wellness.

    At Lincoln, program courses are taught by instructors with real-world medical experience. As a result, you’ll receive interpersonal, hands-on training in safe and effective fundamental nursing practices so you can help patients of all ages compassionately.

    Upon successful completion of Nursing training program, students receive an Associate of Science degree and are prepared to sit for the NCLEX-RN Licensure Examination. Upon successfully passing the licensing exam and becoming a Registered Nurse, you’ll be ready to work in hospitals, physicians’ offices, schools, home care settings, public health agencies and nursing homes.

    We know you’re busy, and that’s why we offer convenient day and evening class schedules to accommodate your needs, that's prepare you to become a leader in the healthcare industry with a rewarding career as a Registered Nurse.

    Some highlights of the Nursing (RN) program include:
    • Hands-on training by Registered Nurses (RNs) inside simulated hospital classrooms and simulated laboratories – real-life environments where students are taught skills required to assist physicians and patients.
    • Curriculum that prepares students to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) to become a Registered Nurse (RN).
    • Learning how Registered Nurses (RNs) approach working with patients and families, manage complex patient care regarding pharmacology, multiple systems diseases and/or disorders, assisting distressed patients and promotion of optimal health.
    • How to incorporate medical and surgical concepts and clinical judgment into the clinical aspect of our Medical Surgical Nursing course.
    • Learning fundamental techniques through stimulated exercises, where students actively engage in scenarios and provide nursing interventions and prioritize care. This is achieved through the use of life-like simulated computerized manikins.
    • In-the-field nurse training experience through clinical rotations.

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  • Technology and Skilled Trades:-
    Lincoln’s Technology and Skilled Trades program trains you to work on practically anything that runs on low-voltage electricity – from everyday electronics to security systems and residential/commercial telecommunications. Your training includes the use of hand/power tools low-voltage technicians rely on on a daily basis.

    Upon successful completion of skilled trades training, graduates earn an Associate in Applied Science degree.

    Some highlights of the Technology and Skilled Trades program include:
    • Study basic blueprint concepts, and the hardware systems used by low voltage techs to mount and support boxes and components.
    • Practice electronic theory and principles on circuit boards in class, with help from instructors with real world job experience.
    • Learn low-voltage wiring for cable systems, including installation, equipment and devices used for grounding and bonding.
    • Set up security, surveillance, temperature control, and access systems inside our mini-house structure on campus.
    • Gain valuable software applications knowledge as it relates to wire/cable selection, fire-detection equipment and system layouts.
    • Apply problem solving techniques to troubleshoot audio, visual and data programs and devices.

    What Skilled Trades Training Can Do For You

    Your skilled trades training will come in handy in multiple fields. From home security, to hospitals needing technicians to service medical equipment, and commercial businesses that provide residential services – you'll be capable of designing, installing, testing and troubleshooting various low-voltage systems.

    The construction and low-voltage electrical industry could use someone like you – someone who’s trained at Lincoln in low-voltage electrical technology. You want the skills to get your foot in the door, and Lincoln can help you get there!

    Learn more about our skilled trades classes, as well as job placement assistance for graduates, and get on the path to earning an Associate degree in Technology and Skilled Trades at Lincoln CALL 888-670-5046.

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