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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...
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;...
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...
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 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...
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