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What is WMCI?

The West Michigan Construction Institute (WMCI) is a multi-trade construction educational facility providing construction education for high school students and adults.

Currently, WMCI offers programming in Carpentry, Concrete, Masonry, Electrical, and Plumbing.

What curriculum does WMCI use?

WMCI utilizes a curriculum accredited by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) and expands upon it as needed to match the needs of the West Michigan construction industry.

NCCER’s curriculum provides nationally recognized and portable credentials, so WMCI graduates will be qualified to work wherever they go in the country.

What classes does WMCI offer? How do I sign up?

Our course catalog list is coming. Please check back soon.

How much does it cost to attend WMCI?

Our course catalog list and pricing is coming. Please check back soon.

Can I train in skilled trades while in High School?

Yes! WMCI collaborates with area high schools to offer 11th & 12th-grade students the opportunity to begin their construction trades education through our Work-Based Learning program.

Contact us to find out if your school participates with our program or to request WMCI to reach out to your District.

How does WMCI’s Work-Based-Learning program work?

WMCI’s Work-Based Learning Program allows high school students to finish earning their high school diploma while receiving construction trade education.

The program runs throughout the school year with holidays and breaks in between. Contact us to learn more and find out how you can get started.