Workforce Continuing Education Course Catalog

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Carpentry ICAR-3124A71 available classes
Learn the basics of framing by building a storage shed. Students will learn to have a solid grasp of common residential framing practices. In addition, students will be able to layout and construct floor systems, walls and ceilings, install windows and exterior doors, inst...
Spanish for ConstructionFLI-3701E21 available classes
Acquire the Spanish language skills you need for communicating on a construction job site. Lessons include practical, non-academic methods that are ideal for construction supervisors and their employees. Participants will practice speaking and listening to Spanish commands,...
Grammar RefresherCOM-3711HE1 available classes
Grammar is essential to effective writing and speaking. Whether you’re learning the basics or need a refresher, this course can help you develop foundational grammar skills. You’ll explore parts of speech, punctuation and mechanics, sentence construction, clauses, problem wo...
Construction Management: 101CAR-3118D3
This course focuses on the processes and tasks required for management of construction projects. You will get a brief review of construction history as well as a discussion of materials, safety, methods and techniques, budgeting/estimating, scheduling, interpretation of cont...
OSHA 30 Hour Construction SafetyOSH-3013A1
This class provides instruction in OSHA safety requirements and standards for the construction industry. Students will learn to identify hazards on construction job sites and methods of reducing or eliminating the hazard. A certification exam is administered at the end of t...
OSHA 30 Hour Construction SafetySEF-3001BI1
This course is designed to provide an in-depth overview of the recognition and avoidance of unsafe conditions in the construction industry. Students will explore and understand OSHA regulations for Construction, their enforcement, and compliance issues. Topics include fall...
Project Management for ConstructionCAR-3200A1
This class provides instruction in project management for the construction trades. Students will learn about construction materials and methods, mathematics, communications, safety, human resources, scheduling, and customer service. Upon completion of the course, students wi...
Spanish for Construction SitesFLI-3701A2
This course is a practical, non-academic approach to learning Spanish, designed for employers and employees. The program provides an effective way to learn everyday Spanish language skills for use at construction sites. Participants will learn how to speak and understand Spa...
Blueprint ReadingSEF-3001M7
Blueprint reading skills are in high demand – particularly in construction, electrical, HVAC and maintenance fields. Learn how to read blueprints – terminology and symbols, drawings and prints, scale rulers, trade math and plot plans, and sketches. Find out the latest trade...
Building Standard Inspection Level ICOD-3105A3
This course is designed for the Building Level I Code Enforcement Official (CEO) who is responsible for plan review and inspection of residential and small commercial construction (up to 20,000 square feet). The course provides homeowners and those in real estate and plannin...
Building Standard Inspection Level IICOD-3106A3
This course trains the Building Level 2 Code Enforcement Official who is responsible for plan review and inspection of residential and commercial construction up to 60,000 square feet. The forty-hour course includes code enforcement instruction in building and occupancy clas...
Building Standard Inspection Level IIICOD-3107A3
This certification-related course is designed for the education and training of the Building Level III code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting all types of construction of unlimited size. It is built on information presented in the Building Levels...
Carpentry Apprenticeship Level 1APP-3505A1
Prepare for entry-level employment as Carpenters with general contracting companies, at new construction sites and on remodeling and renovation projects. This is the first course in the NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) curriculum for Carpentry...
Carpentry Apprenticeship Level 2APP-3505B1
This course introduces new topics for apprentices working in carpentry and prepares students for additional responsibilities as carpenters on new construction sites and on remodeling and renovation projects. Carpentry Apprenticeship Level 2 is the second course in the NCCER...
Carpentry Apprenticeship Level 2 (Covid-19 Make-up)SEF-3001JY1
This course introduces new topics for apprentices working in carpentry and prepares students for additional responsibilities as carpenters on new construction sites and on remodeling and renovation projects. Carpentry Apprenticeship Level 2 is the second course in the NCCER...
Carpentry Apprenticeship Level 3APP-3505C1
This course introduces new topics for apprentices working in Carpentry and prepares students for additional responsibilities as Carpenters on new construction sites and on remodeling and renovation projects. Carpentry Apprenticeship Level 3 is the third course in the NCCER...
Core CurriculumCAR-3108K1
Students involved in this course will complete the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) Core Curriculum, the 10-hour Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) course in Construction Safety, the American Heart Association (AHA) Cardio Pul...
Electrical Apprenticeship 3APP-3612G1
This course provides further training for students who work for electrical contracting companies, at new construction sites and on remodeling and renovation projects. Electrical Apprenticeship Level 3 is the third course in the NCCER (National Center for Construction Educati...
Electrical Apprenticeship 4APP-3612K1
This course provides further training for students who work for electrical contracting companies, at new construction sites and on remodeling and renovation projects. Electrical Apprenticeship Level 4 is the final course in the NCCER (National Center for Construction Educati...
Electrical Apprenticeship 4 (Covid-19 Make-up)SEF-3001KB1
This course provides further training for students who work for electrical contracting companies, at new construction sites and on remodeling and renovation projects. Electrical Apprenticeship Level 4 is the final course in the NCCER (National Center for Construction Educati...
Electrical Apprenticeship Level 1APP-3612A1
This course introduces the basics of working in the electrical field and prepares students for entry-level employment in electrical contracting companies, at new construction sites and on remodeling and renovation projects. Electrical Apprenticeship Level 1 is the first cour...
Electrical Apprenticeship Level 2APP-3612B1
This course continues training in the NCCER curriculum for Electrical Apprenticeship, introducing new concepts and elaborating on material learned in the Level I course. Students will be prepared for entry-level work in electrical contracting companies, at new construction s...
Electrical Apprenticeship Level 2 (Covid-19 Make-up)SEF-3001KA1
This course continues training in the NCCER curriculum for Electrical Apprenticeship, introducing new concepts and elaborating on material learned in the Level I course. Students will be prepared for entry-level work in electrical contracting companies, at new construction s...
Electrical Standard Inspection Level IICOD-3110A7
This course is for the Electrical Standard Level II Code Enforcement Official responsible for inspecting electrical installations in all types of construction, up to 60,000 square feet. It builds on the Electrical Standard Level I Inspection course. Upon completion, particip...
Electrical Standard Inspection Level IIICOD-3111A7
This course is for the Electrical Level III Code Enforcement Official responsible for inspecting electrical installations in all types of construction of unlimited size. The course builds on the Electrical Levels I and II Standard Inspection courses. On completion, participa...
General Contractor (Building Classification) Exam PrepCAR-3118A7
This course prepares participants for the North Carolina General Contractor’s License Exam (administered by the North Carolina Licensing Board of General Contractors) for the general building classification. It is a review of laws, codes, and procedures covered on the exam f...
HVAC Apprenticeship Level 1APP-3200G1
This course introduces the basics of working in Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) and prepares students for entry-level employment as HVAC Technicians at new construction sites and on remodeling and renovation projects. HVAC Apprenticeship Level 1 is the firs...
HVAC Apprenticeship Level 2APP-3200H1
This course continues with instruction for working as Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technicians at new construction sites and on remodeling and renovation projects. HVAC Apprenticeship Level 2 is the second course in the NCCER (National Center for Constru...
HVAC Apprenticeship Level 3APP-3200I1
This course continues with instruction for working as an Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technician at new construction sites and on remodeling and renovation projects. HVAC Apprenticeship Level 3 is the third course in the NCCER (National Center for Constr...
Mechanical Standard Inspection Level ICOD-3130A3
This course is for the Code Enforcement Official responsible for inspecting residential and small commercial mechanical installations in construction of up to 20,000 square feet. The course also provides homeowners, real estate professionals, and planners with an understandi...
Mechanical Standard Inspection Level IICOD-3131A3
This course builds on the Level I course and is for the Mechanical Level II Code Enforcement Official responsible for inspecting mechanical installations in all types of construction up to 60,000 square feet. The course provides Level I inspectors, homeowners, real estate pr...
Mechanical Standard Inspection Level lllCOD-3132A3
This course builds on the Level I and II courses and is for the Mechanical Level III Code Enforcement Official responsible for inspecting mechanical installations in all types of construction of unlimited size. The course provides Level ll inspectors, homeowners, real estate...
Plumbing and Pipefitting Level 1PLU-3020W1
Level 1 introduces the basics of the plumbing and pipefitting trades, including math, welding, safety, OSHA regulations, the use and care of tools, piping and associated fittings, rigging, soldering and brazing, and plumbing codes . These occupational skills are necessary fo...
Plumbing and Pipefitting Level 2PLU-3020X1
Plumbing and Pipefitting Level 2 presents more advanced concepts related to plumbing and pipefitting, including oxy-fuel cutting, water supplies, drainage systems, system repairs, plumbing fixtures, related sciences and services. These occupational skills are necessary for w...
Plumbing and Pipefitting Levels 2 & 3, Part 1PLU-3020T1
Part 1 of Level 2 presents more advanced concepts related to plumbing and pipefitting, including oxy-fuel cutting, water supplies, drainage, and related sciences and services. These occupational skills are necessary for work as an apprentice in plumbing and pipefitting. Appr...
Plumbing Standard Inspection Level ICOD-3140A3
This course is for the Code Enforcement Official who has the responsibility of inspecting residential and small commercial plumbing installations in construction up to 20,000 square feet. It equips homeowners, real estate professionals, and planners with an understanding of...
Plumbing Standard Inspection Level IICOD-3141A3
This course is for the Plumbing Level II code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting residential and commercial plumbing installations in construction up to 60,000 square feet. It builds on information presented in the Level I course and gives Level I...
Plumbing Standard Inspection Level IIICOD-3142A3
This course is for the Plumbing Level III code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting plumbing installations in all types of construction of unlimited size. The course builds on Plumbing Level I and Plumbing Level II Standard Inspection courses. Upon c...
Quickbooks 2013 for ContractorsACC-3150EE
QuickBooks 2013 for Contractors is designed specifically for the unique bookkeeping needs of the construction industry. In this six-week course, you'll learn how to use the Premier Contractor Edition of QuickBooks 2013 to run your business more efficiently. Lessons are clear...
Residential Contractors Exam PrepCAR-3118B3
This course is a review of the laws, codes, and procedures covered by the NC General Contractors License Examination for residential and light construction, including all one- and two-family dwellings covered by the NC Residential Code. The course covers blueprint reading, c...
Apprenticeship Challenge AssessmentSEF-3001APP
This challenge assessment follows NCCER guidelines and curriculum to evaluate the competence level of experienced workers in a specific craft area. Assessments may allow individuals to proceed to higher levels of apprenticeship instruction. Upon completion, participants will...
Aquatic Plant ManagementAGR-3002C3
Per the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDA&CS), licensed commercial and private pesticide applicators must realize continuing education credit requirements to maintain their workforce eligibility. This training program will provide state li...
Autodesk Revit Architecture BasicsDFT-3100X2
This course prepares those who have some experience using CAD and are familiar with drafting concepts to apply the basics of building information modeling (BIM). The course focuses on Revit operating procedures, use of menus, and terminology to practice 3D application. Upon...
Autodesk Revit MEP BasicsDFT-3100Y2
Autodesk Revit MEP is a building information modeling-based (BIM) software used by professionals across many industries. This course – for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineers – introduces participants to the program's user interface and focuses on the HVAC,...
Carpentry I-COVID-19 Make-UpSEF-3001V7
Learn the basics of framing by building a storage shed. Students will learn to have a solid grasp of common residential framing practices. In addition, students will be able to layout and construct floor systems, walls and ceilings, install windows and exterior doors, inst...
Certified Apartment Maintenance Technician Training (CAMT)MNT-3066B7
This course prepares students for entry-level employment in maintenance in the multifamily/apartment housing industry. It covers the “inside” of the business as well as interior and exterior maintenance, electrical systems, plumbing, heating and air conditioning, appliance m...
Certified Fiber Optic Technician Training (CFOT)TCT-3102A7
Build and develop the skills required for entry-level employment as a technician in a Fiber Optic or Telecommunications company. This course covers the fundamental principles of fiber optic technology, fiber optic cable termination, fiber optic networks, fiber optic splicing...
CNC MachinistSEF-3001AHG
Computers control much of the world today. The manufacturing industry is no exception, and you can make yourself an indispensable part of the future of manufacturing by training to become a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machinist. This online CNC Machinist course will pro...
Commercial Food Equipment Repair ( Work Based Learning)WBL-3100E3
This work-based learning course provides a work experience with a college-approved employer in an area related to the student's program of study. The integration of classroom instruction and work experience enhances student success rates in obtaining certifications (Ignitor...
Commercial Food Equipment Service Training II - RefrigerationELC-3130B3
Technicians new to Commercial Food Equipment can discover the fundamentals of Commercial Refrigeration. You can gain an understanding of thermodynamics and learn how commercial refrigeration equipment works. You’ll be able to troubleshoot and repair basic commercial refriger...
Diesel Equipment TechnologySEF-3001O7
Acquire the skills you need for a career as a diesel technician, bus or transit driver, heavy equipment or truck rental specialist, or municipal fleet manager. This introductory course will help you get started in this high-demand field and prepare you to perform routine rep...
DrywallSEF-3001P7
A one-day training course that is designed to focus on basic drywall installation. Students will learn to measure, cut, hang and install sheetrock on pre-built wood stud mockups.
Electrical Contractors Exam PrepELC-3100A3
This course prepares students for all classifications of the North Carolina Electrical Contractor’s Exam, with special focus on limited, intermediate, and unlimited classifications. Build knowledge and skill in calculations, branch and feeder conductor and overcurrent sizing...
Electrical Standard Inspection Level ICOD-3104A7
The purpose of this course is to familiarize new code enforcement officers with the use and application of the National Electrical Code as it pertains to Level I electrical inspection. Students will be prepared to sit for the NC DOI certification exam.
Electrical Wiring- CommercialELC-3119A7
If you’re interested in becoming a commercial electrician or following other career pathways in the electrical trade, this course is for you! You’ll learn and practice electrical circuits, short circuit calculations, preventive maintenance and troubleshooting, electrical com...
Electrical Wiring- ResidentialELC-3119A2
This course provides the knowledge and skills for becoming an electrician or pursuing other careers in the electrical trade. It includes theory and practice on electrical circuits, ohm’s law, alternating and direct currents, series and parallel circuits, electrical tools and...
Electrical Wiring- Residential (Spanish)ELC-3119B2
Este curso es para estudiantes interesados en el cableado eléctrico residencial, ofreciendo los conocimientos y habilidades necesarias para convertirse en un electricista o siguiendo otros medios de la profesión en el sector eléctrico. Los estudiantes aprenderán y practicar...
EPA Refrigerant Recovery/ Recycling Certification Exam PreparationSEF-3001K7
Earning certification in a specialized area demonstrates your expertise! This course is for those with basic knowledge of HVAC who want to prepare to take the Section 608 EPA Certification exam and become certified. On completion, participants who are ready can register for...
Exploring an Apartment Maintenance Technician CareerHRD-3004CF2
Apartment Maintenance Technician careers are a good career option for job seekers with an interest in electrical systems, plumbing, HVAC, and appliance repair. Students will examine the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to secure one of these roles in a multi-family/a...
Facility Maintenance FundamentalsMNT-3066A7
Facilities Maintenance Fundamentals includes a number of key concepts and applications that are designed to provide the base from which you can build a career in facilities management. This course covers the principles of Electrical Contracting, HVAC, Plumbing as well as pr...
Heat Pumps: Operation Installation and ServiceAHR-3131B7
Do you know that Heat Pump systems in any HVAC unit should be serviced at least once a year? This course is designed for students to learn components, heat pump cycle, service, theory, controls, troubleshooting and interpret heat pump schematics. Upon completion, you will be...
Heat Pumps: Operation Installation and Service [Spanish]AHR-3131C7
¿Sabe que los sistemas de bomba de calor “Heat Pump” en cualquier unidad de HVAC deben recibir servicio de mantenimiento por lo menos una vez al año? Este curso está diseñado para que los estudiantes aprendan los componentes, el ciclo de la bomba de calor, servicio, teoría,...
Heating and Air Conditioning (HVAC)AHR-3131B2
The job outlook for HVAC technicians is excellent! Enter this growing field with this course, which covers heating and air conditioning equipment and components – condensers, evaporators, compressors, metering devices, refrigerants, and electrical and mechanical circuits. Yo...
Heating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) [Spanish]AHR-3131A7
¡La perspectiva laboral para los técnicos de HVAC es excelente! Comience en este campo en crecimiento con este curso, que cubre condensadores, evaporadores, compresores, dispositivos de medición, refrigerantes y circuitos eléctricos y mecánicos. Usted practicara con equipos...
HVAC and Duct Leakage: Proper Evaluation and SealingSEF-3001N7
This hands-on course provides a thorough understanding of air handling systems and the associated building envelope components, as well as how to measure existing efficiency and how to identify and implement improvement strategies. The course prepares students for the BPI In...
HVAC Troubleshooting and Control PrinciplesAHR-3131C2
This course is a basic study of HVAC and refrigeration controls; troubleshooting of control components; emphasis on use of wiring diagrams to analyze high and low voltage circuits. The course also cross trains towards gaining skills of facility maintenance technicians to mak...
Industrial Welding - Shielded Metal Arc (SMAW)WLD-3106B1
Welders are the backbone of industry – and are in short supply. Salaries for skilled welders are high, and job opportunities are plentiful. This course will introduce you to Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), commonly known as “stick welding.” The focus is on padding and fil...
Integrated Pest ManagementAGR-3001B3
Per the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDA&CS), licensed commercial and private pesticide applicators must realize continuing education credit requirements to maintain their workforce eligibility. This training program will provide state li...
Introduction to Herbaceous Ornamental PlantsHOR-3307G3
Are you interested in learning about Herbaceous plants? These plants have stems that are soft and pliable and create seasonal interest in the landscape, offering diverse textures, lively colors, varied forms, and in some cases, delicate fragrance. These plants have a multitu...
Introduction to Landscape MaintenanceHOR-3307E2
Would you like to know more about caring for your lawn, trees, shrubs, and flowers? This course will show you how to identify and maintain your lawn and plantings, and how to use gardening tools and landscaping equipment. You'll also learn when and how to plant, fertilize, a...
Landscape MaintenanceHOR-3307B3
Learn the principles and techniques of maintaining lawns, shrubs, trees, flowers, bulbs, and other plantings. Other topics include fertilization. pruning, irrigation. and the proper use of landscaping equipment.
Landscape MaintenanceHOR-3307E3
Are you interested in how to develop landscape design and maintenance along with business strategies for small landscaping enterprises? Learn about planting, fertilizing, and pruning, along with the tools and techniques required. Find out about plant classification and care,...
Law and AdministrationSEF-3001E4
This course offers an overview of North Carolina's building regulation system for building, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and fire prevention code enforcement officials. It includes the structure of federal, state, and local governments; history of the NC Building Code;...
Mechatronics Junior TechnicianATR-3115A3
The intent of this course is to fill an operational need for highly skilled and trained technicians in the mechatronics and robotics field. The course is designed to provide competency-based instruction, supplemented by related technical instruction. Upon successful course c...
OSHA 10 Hour General Industry SafetySEF-3001EL2
This course provides an overview of unsafe conditions on the job site and an understanding of basic OSHA regulations, enforcement, and compliance. The course covers walking and working surfaces, hazard communication, electrical safety, personal protective equipment, fire pro...
OSHA 30 Hour General Industry SafetySEF-3001BJ1
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the recognition and avoidance of unsafe conditions on the job site. Students will develop an understanding of OSHA General Industry regulations, enforcement, and compliance. Participants will discuss the OSHA standards that...
OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Safety CertificationOSH-3050B1
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the recognition and avoidance of unsafe conditions on the job site, and an understanding of OSHA General Industry regulations, enforcement, and compliance. Participants will discuss the OSHA standards that relate to hazard com...
Pathways to HVAC CareersHRD-3004CB2
Careers in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning companies provide stable, well-paying positions for thousands of employees – and you could be one of them! This course reviews HVAC jobs such as installers, engineers, and technicians, and explores the soft skills needed...
Practical Solutions for Pesticide SafetyAGR-3002A3
Per the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDA&CS), licensed commercial and private pesticide applicators must realize continuing education credit requirements to maintain their workforce eligibility. This training program will provide state li...
SolidWorks IntroductionSEF-3001LY2
More than two million engineers and designers use SolidWorks, a popular computer-aided design program. This instructor-led course (the first in a three-part series) introduces beginners with no SolidWorks experience to the program interface, tools, and modeling techniques us...
Tool and Die MakerSEF-3001AFG
Do you want to play an integral role in a manufacturing process? Are you looking for a way to become more indispensable to your employer in the manufacturing industry? Tool and die makers are skilled artisans who enter their careers after a combination of education and hands...
Turf and Ornamental Pest ControlAGR-3002B3
Per the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDA&CS), licensed commercial and private pesticide applicators must realize continuing education credit requirements to maintain their workforce eligibility. This training program will provide state li...
Work Zone Flagger CertificationSEF-3001J7
This course trains students to work as flaggers, providing safe and effective passage for traffic through and around work zones, highways, and roads – and to minimize confusion by using standard flagging procedures. Students will learn flagging protocols and equipment requir...
OSHA 10 Hour Construction SafetyOSH-3013B1
This course is designed to provide a basic overview of the recognition and avoidance of unsafe conditions in the construction industry. Students will develop a basic understanding of OSHA regulations, enforcement, and compliance. Topics include fall protection, hazard commu...
OSHA 10 Hour Construction SafetySEF-3001BF1
This course is designed to provide a basic overview of the recognition and avoidance of unsafe conditions on the job site and will provide the student with a basic understanding of OSHA regulations, enforcement, and compliance. Topics include fall protection, hazard communic...
Autodesk Revit MEP AdvancedDFT-3100Z2
Revit software changes how mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) disciplines work through the Building Information Modeling (BIM) process. Participants will build upon the skills introduced in Autodesk Revit MEP Basics. Topics include using advanced commands, constructin...
Carpentry Apprenticeship Level 1 (Covid-19 Make-up)SEF-3001KC1
Prepare for entry-level employment as Carpenters with general contracting companies, at new construction sites and on remodeling and renovation projects. This is the first course in the NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) curriculum for Carpentry...
Carpentry IICAR-3124B7
This course covers the advanced theory and construction methods associated with the building industry including interior finishes, pre-finish flooring and installing drywall. Topics include safety, hand/power tool use, measurement and layout, interior trim and finish, and ot...
Electrical Apprenticeship Level 1 (Covid-19 Make-up)SEF-3001JZ1
This course introduces the basics of working in the electrical field and prepares students for entry-level employment in electrical contracting companies, at new construction sites and on remodeling and renovation projects. Electrical Apprenticeship Level 1 is the first cour...
HVAC Apprenticeship Level 2 (Covid-19 Make-up Dates)SEF-3001JX1
This course continues with instruction for working as Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technicians at new construction sites and on remodeling and renovation projects. HVAC Apprenticeship Level 2 is the second course in the NCCER (National Center for Constru...
Masonry Apprenticeship Level 1MAS-3002A1
Prepare for entry-level employment as a Mason, working with Masonry Contracting companies at new construction sites and on remodeling and renovation projects. This course introduces basic topics and skills required of Apprentice Masons. This is the first course in the NCCER...
Plumbing and Pipefitting Level 1PLU-3020Y1
Level 1 introduces the basics of the plumbing and pipefitting trades, including math, welding, safety, OSHA regulations, the use and care of tools, piping and associated fittings, rigging, soldering and brazing, and plumbing codes . These occupational skills are necessary fo...
Plumbing and Pipefitting Level 2PLU-3020Z1
Plumbing and Pipefitting Level 2 presents more advanced concepts related to plumbing and pipefitting, including oxy-fuel cutting, water supplies, drainage systems, system repairs, plumbing fixtures, related sciences and services. These occupational skills are necessary for w...
Plumbing and Pipefitting, Levels 3 and 4PLU-3024Q1
This course introduces students to increasingly more advanced aspects of the plumbing and pipefitting industry. Level 3 covers advanced plumbing theory, plumbing codes, gas installation, pumps, hydronic heating and cooling, steam systems, and startup, testing and balancing o...
Telecommunications Tower Technician Apprenticeship, Level 1TCT-3200A1
This course is designed to introduce students to telecommunications, tower climbing and working at heights safely. Students will learn about tower types, tower construction, tower maintenance and inspection. Special attention will be given to safety as it relates tot tower...
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