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Island Drafting and Technical Institute

Amityville, New York

Island Drafting & Technical Institute Are you ready to train with a school that has over 50 years experience preparing students for rewarding drafting, electronics, and computer careers? If so, Island Drafting and Technical Institute in Amityville, New York, could be the perfect place to get the training you need to be successful in your chosen field.

Founded in 1957, Island Drafting and Technical Institute can provide you with hands-on, career-specific training programs in computer aided drafting/design (CADD), architectural drafting, electronics, or computer service technology. You can gain the technical expertise you need from qualified instructors who have professional experience in these fields, as well as from an up-to-date curriculum that reflects the needs of the changing job market.

This private career college can give you the individualized attention you need to succeed in school and in the workforce. Personalized attention from experienced instructors can mean you develop essential job-specific skills, as well as the proficiency and attitude necessary to continue life-long learning. Plus, you can take advantage of their Career Services Department when it comes time to secure employment in your field.

Browse the list of available programs and request more information today about how Island Drafting and Technical Institute can get you ready for a rewarding career in drafting, electronics, or computers!

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Areas of Study:

  • AutoCAD for Professionals
  • Computer-Aided Drafting & Architectural Design
  • Electronics & Computer Service Technology

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Island Drafting and Technical Institute Location

Amityville, New York
128 Broadway
Amityville NY 11701


Island Drafting and Technical Institute is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges, and is authorized to confer two-year Associate degrees by the New York State Board of Regents.