This class prepares the student for the entry level position in Refrigeration, Heating, or Air Conditioning fields. Students learn to diagnose and repair the equipment with the emphasis on residential air conditioning, commercial refrigeration, and heat pumps.
This class prepares the student for an entry level position in the Basic Welding field. Graduates will be qualified in welding for basic construction, shipbuilding, manufacturing, shop fabrication, and gas an oil field services as welding operators.
This class provides training for the ETA Certification exam. This is an introductory 40 hours course on fiber optics and is designed for anyone interested in learning thhe basics of fiber optic cabling. This program combines theory and 50% hands'0n for connecting, splicing, and testing optical fibers.
This class prepares students for the NICET Certification exam. This program is designed for engineering technicians working in the fire alarm industry who engage in a combination of the following fire alarm system activities: system layout (plan preparation), system equipment selection, system installation, system acceptance testing, system trouble-shooting, system servicing, and system technical sales. This seminar covers applicable codes and standards, types of detectors and signalling systems, supervision requirements, power requirements, building/space structure and occupancy considerations, and basic electricity and electronics.
This class prepares the student for the ETA Certification exam to qualify as a Video Security System Technician at Level 1. This program is based on an analysis of the tasks that are performed by a competent technician, including knoledge and skills needed to succeed at each task. The tasks can include safety placing and use of ladders and scaffolding, voltage classes of wires, use of soldering equipment, identification of cabling, properly selecting ad using tools, recognizing and reporting problems, understanding electrical units such as volt, ohm, amp, watt, and hertz, properly using VOMDVM to check slices and junctions, and reading shop plans.
This class teaches student inspection services for all types of fabrication and manufacturing industries. This includes source surveillance inspections, which are a valuable service to owners in the sense that they can be assured their material is being handled according to specifications. Codes or other controlling procedures are including by using this technique. Also included is Compliance and Specifications and Codes involving Interpretations, which can cause conflicts, which may stop work, or delay final acceptance. Often, these conflicts are minor discrepancies and can potentially escalate to bigger issues. Students learn how to evaluate and provide resolution for problems.
This class prepares the student for the EPA Certification examination. Students learn the laws and dates for refrigeration, plus recycling, recovery, and reclaiming , or refrigerants for any system or stationary equipment or container that holds a controlled refrigerant.
This class prepares students for the ETA Certification exam for structured cabling, including Premises cabline, which is an indoor cabling system designed to carry voice, data, and video signals in a commercial or residential environment. Technicians are trained in the proper installation of premises cabling and know three closely rated technologies include UTP Copper, fiber optics, and wireless.
The 80 hour CIA CompTIA A+/Network+ Certification Training class gets students trained and certified with the skills necessary to install, configure, operate, troubleshoot, and maintain PCs, mobile devices, laptops, operating systems, networks and printers.
This seminar begins with development concepts and builds quickly to intermediate skills and techniques. It includes practical, hands-on tutorials which enable students to develop their skills, one step at a time. Each lesson includes the internal hardware, operating system, and software applications.