The instructional staff consists of individuals who have an enormous amount of experience in teaching and helping others. They also have experience in diagnosing and repairing equipment and have worked in the building and maintenance trade for 10 years or more, or have earned a degree in the trade, or have earned a license in the trade. Some staff members also maintain a professional relationship with other institutions and/or governmental agencies. Most importantly, all provide training of the highest quality, encourage cooperation and team work, demonstrate efficiency and productivity, promote good work ethics, and exhibit hard work. Simply stated, this type of guidance will have a lifelong effect toward helping students achieve their educational objectives.


Adjunct Instructor

Mr. Hadley teaches Plumbing courses. As a journeyman plumber, he brings 33 years of experience in this specialty. Mr. Hadley first earned a Journeyman plumbing license in Texas (J-25018). Later, he earned a Journeyman license in Indiana (JP08900292). His experiences range from installation and service work in residential custom homes, apartments, restaurants, hospitals, commercial and industrial plants. Other experiences include acid waste, medical gases, hydronics, and de-ionized water. He is Backflow Device Certified #PO1-1918, Med Gas & Brazing Certified ID#001203442, OSHA Certified (30 Hour Safety and Health Course), and UA-51 TBrazing Certified. He is Safety trained in Fall Protection, Boom Lifts, Confined Spaces, Fire Protection, Prevention & Fire Watch, and Aerial Platform & Scissor Lifts. He participates in the ISPTA/Mechanical Contractors Association of Indiana Substance Abuse Program for drug testing.


Adjunct Instructor

Mr. Franklin teaches electrical wiring maintenance. He has 30 years of experience in the trade and worked as a journeyman electrician. His background and experience involved approximately 2,000 hours of classroom work and approximately 8,000 hours of OJT (On-Job-Training). He worked for various union contractors, primarily Anderson Electric and Barth Electric Companies. After retirement, he provided volunteer work for the Red Cross, Domain Architecture, Christ Temple Church, and taught for AC/C TECH.


Adjunct Instructor

Mr. Lattimore teaches heating and air-conditioning, interior/exterior building maintenance, and mold remediation courses. Mr. Lattimore is the owner of Helping Hands Handyman Service LLC. He brings almost 18 years of residential construction, building rehabbing, appliance and HVAC repair experience. He has been a licensed general contractor in both Michigan and Indiana. He has earned certifications in Refrigerant Recovery, Mold Remediation, Lead Renovator, Trane TUC1B furnace installer, CPR, Forklift, INCAA Heat Tech 1&2, BPI Envelope and Building Analyst. Also, he has earned technical certificates in Plumbing Maintenance, Appliance Repair, Electrical Wiring, and HVAC Maintenance from AC/C TECH. He has served as a substitute teacher in the Metropolitan School District of Pike Township during the past 12 years. Mr. Lattimore is a Desert Storm veteran, and, he also travels to other countries doing various mission projects such as rehabbing a school in Pilate, Haiti. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Crossroads Bible College and is pursuing his master’s degree from Liberty University.


Director of Education

Mr. Franklin teaches general education and uniform physical inspection courses. His duties also include Director of Education which involves curricula design and development, online training, student learning and assessments, faculty and their development, etc. Mr. Franklin is a licensed architect and educator, engaged in architecture, construction, and real estate development. Mr. Franklin earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Construction Technology from Purdue University Indianapolis, and additionally holds graduate degrees in Real Estate Development and Architecture from Columbia University and the University of Illinois, respectively.



Mr. Moorman teaches appliance repair, electrical maintenance, heating and air-conditioning, and general education courses. His duties also include curricula, staffing, student enrollment, job placement, financial management, and more. He has 11 years experience in engineering and technology and 19 years teaching on the post secondary level. Mr. Moorman earned an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Mechanical Drafting Design Technology, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering & Technology, and a Master Degree in Business Administration.