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Fundamentals of Welding

AWS, OSHA, EPA

WELDING
FUNDAMENTALS

Our approach to welding training and certification is modern and effective. Your training is as non-invasive as possible. Our options include instructor-led classes and our hybrid approach. We train in class, online, with media, augmented reality (virtual), and on-the-job training. We are dedicated to our students and we provide an apprenticeship. We use the premium standard of curriculum and use Miller and Lincoln Tech as partner equipment. We have a setup that’s affordable (for our students and us), an easy-to-use welding simulation tool engaging and introduces students to welding through a hands-on augmented reality experience. We have a facility that allows the students to weld and analyzes data with welds as they progress. Download a career map and view the welding resources that we have available.

HVACR Training

NATE RTW, CHP5, EPA 608

HVAC RTW
AC Specialty

Our residential and commercial HVACR job training program will equip you with the practical, hands-on knowledge needed to be successful in the high-demand building and construction trades industry. Students learn the technical skills that employers are really looking for. Prepare to solve the needs of homeowners and businesses as an HVACR technician. This is a multi-disciplinary program that aims to give students the skills, knowledge, and confidence required to proceed with apprenticeships in the Heating and Air Conditioning trade.

With our extensive program, we can take you from zero all the way up to many specialized advanced career tracks. Our hybrid HVAC Training Courses and Programs offer the quickest and most convenient manner of Refrigeration and HVAC/R training available to busy adults. We provide career advice, training, and continued support throughout your career driven by professional HVAC/R and Refrigeration Educators.

Plumbing Training

NCCER, OSHA 10

Plumbing
Technician

Our residential and commercial plumbing job training program will equip you with the practical, hands-on knowledge needed to be successful in the high-demand building and construction trades industry. Students learn the technical skills that employers are really looking for. Prepare to solve the needs of homeowners and businesses as a plumber. This is a multi-disciplinary program that aims to give students the skills, knowledge, and confidence required to proceed with apprenticeships in the Plumbing trade.

Train for an apprenticeship or other positions in skilled trades. Training includes OSHA safety, construction math, blueprint reading, tool usage, and other trade skills used on the job. Students will be prepared to enter a plumbing apprenticeship program upon completion.

A strong emphasis on safety, including the Osha 10 certifications, will prepare the students to train with a variety of tools, techniques, and materials in well-equipped shops as they complete the curriculum. The program’s three terms of academic and technical training ensure that students are able to apply theoretical knowledge to practical applications.

Electrician Training

NCCER, OSHA 10, IAET

Electrician
Apprenticeship

Our residential and commercial electricity job training program will equip you with the practical, hands-on knowledge needed to be successful in the high-demand building and construction trades industry. Students learn the technical skills that employers are really looking for. Prepare to solve the needs of homeowners and businesses as an electrician.

This is a multi-disciplinary program that aims to give students the skills, knowledge, and confidence required to proceed with apprenticeships in the Electrician trade. Train for an apprenticeship or other positions in skilled trades. Training includes OSHA safety, construction math, blueprint reading, tool usage, and other trade skills used on the job. Students will be prepared to enter an electrical apprenticeship program upon completion.

A strong emphasis on safety, including the Osha 10 certifications, will prepare the students to train with a variety of tools, techniques, and materials in well-equipped shops as they complete the curriculum. The program’s three terms of academic and technical training ensure that students are able to apply theoretical knowledge to practical applications.

Solar Technologies Training

OSHA 10

Sollar Panel Installation
Technician

Our Photovoltaic Panel Installation Technician Program prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers and other professionals engaged in developing solar-powered energy systems. The course includes instruction in solar energy principles, energy storage and transfer technologies, testing and inspection procedures, system maintenance procedures, and report preparations.

Other topics include site analysis, system sizing, array configuration, and electricity basics; electrical design characteristics such as wiring, overcurrent protection, and grounding; a detailed look at module and inverter specifications and characteristics; mounting methods for various roof structures and ground mounts; and an introduction to safety, construction management, commissioning and more.

This course will provide students with the skills and training necessary for entry-level positions as Solar PV installers. Starting with the PV fundamentals, and a solid understanding of various components, system architectures, and applications for PV systems, Students will obtain in-depth knowledge PV Solar. Other topics include site analysis, system sizing, array configuration, and electricity basics; electrical design characteristics such as wiring, overcurrent protection, and grounding; a detailed look at module and inverter specifications and characteristics; mounting methods for various roof structures and ground mounts; and an introduction to safety, construction management, commissioning and more. Upon completion of this course, students will be prepared to take part in one of the fastest-growing industries in the world.

Construction 101

NCCER, OSHA 10

Construction 101

Gain an introduction to the construction industry, its parties, and processes.

Students will become familiar with the different types of construction, the diverse roles, stages, and processes of a construction project. Students will develop an awareness of safety regulations, safety inspection, construction documents and their uses.

Additionally, students will develop a working understanding of construction project management topics including estimating, project management, scheduling, close out and pay out.

This course is a step up from our carpentry course and has an overview of framing, concrete, masonry and facilities maintenance.

By the end of this online seminar you should be able to:

  • Understand and use standard construction terminology
  • Identify different types of constructionDevelop an awareness of construction safety regulations and the role of OSHABecome familiar with building codes, zoning, and inspection.Identify and ascertain information about the careers in constructionIdentify the primary professions engaged in construction and their roles in the construction processesDevelop an understanding of the materials and processes used in constructionExplain and discuss the various types of contract documentsUnderstand basic concepts of estimating, project management and scheduling

CNC Machining

CNC

Train in Machining

CNC mechanics program, run, and screen PC numeric-controlled machines, which make metal instruments and parts. They guarantee that the machines work accurately and that parts are sliced flawlessly. They likewise perform upkeep on the machines and supplant dull or matured parts as the need should arise.

There are various ways of turning into a certified CNC mechanical engineer. Certain individuals take courses at junior colleges, while others take apprenticeship courses presented by producers or by their managers.

CNC engineers ought to be issue solvers since they regularly investigate issues and perform fixes. With that in mind, they ought to likewise be precisely gifted and open to utilizing CNC programming.

A PC mathematically controlled (CNC) engineer creates and works a PC and precisely controlled devices to deliver different instruments and contraptions. They control the hardware that delivers the speed and slices to make a particular part. CNC mechanical engineers program CNC hardware to decide the rate and cuts of creation.

Robotics

Master the components, systems, and general maintenance of robotics

Train For An Exciting Career in
Robotics Summer 2023

Auto & Diesel Mechanic

Master the components, systems, and general maintenance
of combustion and diesel motor vehicles.

Train on Diesel engines & Autos
Coming Winter 2023