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The mission of the Trades and Technology Division (TTD) is to equip students with knowledge and technical skills in their vocational specialties, through the issuance of certificate of proficiencies (COP) and Associate of Science (AS) degrees, based on national standards, with input from local, public, and private entities. In addition, TTD develops programs that prepare students for entry-level employment and upgrade skills of incumbent workers, and prepare them for professional licensure and certification. The Trades and Technology Division provides preparatory training for students to further their education and training beyond ASCC.

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To meet this mission, the department offers the following degree and certificate programs of studies:

Associate of Science Degree

Ceritificate of Proficiency in

Ceritificate of Completion in

For a listing of courses offered, please click on the following links:

Program Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate & Perform - To demonstrate working knowledge of safety procedures, test instruments, and tools and equipment of their discipline. Therefore, to obtain, analyze and synthesize gathered information necessary to complete an assigned task(s).
  2. Work Ethics - Attain skills for entry-level employment in their chosen field of study and related fields including work ethics to be a successful employee.
  3. Technology Applications - To utilize appropriate technological tools, terminology and procedures for personal, academic, and career tasks, include access, evaluate from a variety of sources and contexts, including technology.
  4. Information Communication - To think critically in evaluating information, solving problems and making decisions; in addition to read and listen actively to learn and communicate.


Community Advisory Council by Program
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Architectural Drafting Technology
Peter Mario Etimani Elisara
Lolo Pilimai Mala Ualita
Auto Body Repair Automotive Technology
Chris Banse Pani Ng Lam
Anthony Tuiolosega Sam Chong
Adam Sione Savelio Lieu Kuey
Puletu Dick Koko David Yakim
Carpentry Civil Engineering Technology
Dean Hudson Faafetai Wells
Gus Viena William Sword
Mark Liersch Estella Rubin
Kenape Aumavae Diesel
Duke Purcell Harvey Golk
Peter Crispin Primo Nauer
Electrical Technology Program Russel Cox
Peter Young Information Communication Technology
Reno Vivao Mr. John Newton
Paul McGowan Mrs. Connie Shimasaki
Sopoaga Sagaga Sal Augafa
Theodore Leiato Stephen Petaia
Alex Sene Jr. Tupulua Ta’ase
Reno Vivao, ASPA Welding
Chairperson & Faculty Andy Wearing
Frederick R. Suisala, Chairperson Russell Cox
Adullum Esera, Faculty Lagofaatasi Sanonu
Robert Moore, Faculty  
Ernie Seiuli, Faculty