Onsite Construction Courses

Carpenter

Carpentry Basics – 180 Hours – 10 Month Program – Course # 118145.411 – Starts 9/11/23

Explore the many facets of work encompassed by the carpentry profession. Learn the development of plans from site and layout work through the construction of footings, foundations, floors, walls, roofs, ceilings, and finish work. Develop skills with tools and familiarization with the techniques of finish work: installing doors, windows, flooring, drywall, exterior trim, door and...

Handyman

Handyman Specialist – Fall – Course# 118109.411 – Start Date 9/9/23

Learn the basic principles of electricity, carpentry, and plumbing. Upon completion, students will be able to perform the duties of a building superintendent. Get hands-on experience in each program for a total of 5 weeks and a certificate of completion will be awarded at the end of this 96-hour program.  OSHA 10 Exam Included.

Handyman Specialist – Spring – Course #118109.421 – Start Date 2/10/24

Learn the basic principles of electricity, carpentry, and plumbing. Upon completion, students will be able to perform the duties of a building superintendent. Get hands-on experience in each program for a total of 5 weeks and a certificate of completion will be awarded at the end of this 96-hour program.  OSHA 10 Exam Included.

HVAC

HVAC Basics – 180 Hours – 10 Month Program – Course #118155.401 Start Date 9/12/23

The basic vapor compression system will be taught. The types, principles, and operation of compressors, condensers, sub-cooling, liquid receivers, pump-down, filter dryers, sight glasses, metering devices, evaporators, superheat, and heat transfers will be introduced. This course will also focus on phase changes regarding temperature, refrigerants, manifold gauges, soldering, swaging, flaring, leak detection, evacuation, changing oils,...

Welding Class

Welding Fall All Levels

WELDING Fall All Stages This course is designed to give the beginner and novice welding student hours of instruction through lectures, one-on-one demonstrations, practical application, and experience in electric arc welding. An overview of safety, metal preparation, electrode selection, bead placement, and joint welding in the flat, vertical and overhead positions are practiced using various...

Welding Class

Welding Spring All Levels

WELDING Fall All Stages This course is designed to give the beginner and novice welding student hours of instruction through lectures, one-on-one demonstrations, practical application, and experience in electric arc welding. An overview of safety, metal preparation, electrode selection, bead placement, and joint welding in the flat, vertical and overhead positions are practiced using various...

Welding Class

Welding Stage I – Fall – Course #118134_I.411

WELDING STAGE I – Fall This course is designed to give the beginner and novice welding student hours of instruction through lecture, one on one demonstration, practical application, and experience in electric arc welding. An overview of safety, metal preparation, electrode selection, bead placement, and joint welding in the flat, vertical and overhead positions are...

Welding Class

Welding Stage I – Spring – Course #118134_I.421

WELDING STAGE I – Spring This course is designed to give the beginner and novice welding student hours of instruction through lecture, one on one demonstration, practical application, and experience in electric arc welding. An overview of safety, metal preparation, electrode selection, bead placement, and joint welding in the flat, vertical and overhead positions are...

Welding Class

Welding Stage II – Spring – Course #118134_II.421

WELDING STAGE II – Spring This course is designed to give the beginner and novice welding student hours of instruction through lecture, one on one demonstration, practical application, and experience in electric arc welding. An overview of safety, metal preparation, electrode selection, bead placement, and joint welding in the flat, vertical and overhead positions are...

Welding Class

Welding Stage II – Fall – Course #118134_II.411

WELDING STAGE II – Fall This course is designed to give the beginner and novice welding student hours of instruction through lecture, one on one demonstration, practical application, and experience in electric arc welding. An overview of safety, metal preparation, electrode selection, bead placement, and joint welding in the flat, vertical and overhead positions are...

Welding Class

Welding Stage III – Spring – Course# 118134_III.411

WELDING STAGE III – Spring This course is designed to give the beginner and novice welding student hours of instruction through lecture, one on one demonstration, practical application, and experience in electric arc welding. An overview of safety, metal preparation, electrode selection, bead placement, and joint welding in the flat, vertical and overhead positions are...

Welding Class

Welding Stage III – Fall – Course #118134_III.411

WELDING STAGE III – Fall This course is designed to give the beginner and novice welding student hours of instruction through lecture, one on one demonstration, practical application, and experience in electric arc welding. An overview of safety, metal preparation, electrode selection, bead placement, and joint welding in the flat, vertical and overhead positions are...

Welding Course

Welding Stage VI – Spring -Course #118134_VI.421

WELDING STAGE VI – Spring This course is designed to give the beginner and novice welding student hours of instruction through lecture, one on one demonstration, practical application, and experience in electric arc welding. An overview of safety, metal preparation, electrode selection, bead placement, and joint welding in the flat, vertical and overhead positions are...

Welding Course

Welding Stage VI – Fall – Course #118134_VI.411

WELDING STAGE VI – Fall This course is designed to give the beginner and novice welding student hours of instruction through lecture, one on one demonstration, practical application, and experience in electric arc welding. An overview of safety, metal preparation, electrode selection, bead placement, and joint welding in the flat, vertical and overhead positions are...

Welding Course

Welding Stage V – Spring – Course # 118134_V.411

WELDING STAGE V – Spring This course is designed to give the beginner and novice welding student hours of instruction through lecture, one on one demonstration, practical application, and experience in electric arc welding. An overview of safety, metal preparation, electrode selection, bead placement, and joint welding in the flat, vertical and overhead positions are...

Welding Course

Welding Stage V – Fall – Course #118134_V.411

WELDING STAGE V – Fall This course is designed to give the beginner and novice welding student hours of instruction through lecture, one on one demonstration, practical application, and experience in electric arc welding. An overview of safety, metal preparation, electrode selection, bead placement, and joint welding in the flat, vertical and overhead positions are...

Welding Course

Welding Stage IV – Spring – Course #118134_IV.421

WELDING STAGE IV – Spring This course is designed to give the beginner and novice welding student hours of instruction through lecture, one on one demonstration, practical application, and experience in electric arc welding. An overview of safety, metal preparation, electrode selection, bead placement, and joint welding in the flat, vertical and overhead positions are...

Welding Course

Welding Stage IV – Fall – Course #118134_VI.411

WELDING STAGE IV – Fall This course is designed to give the beginner and novice welding student hours of instruction through lecture, one on one demonstration, practical application, and experience in electric arc welding. An overview of safety, metal preparation, electrode selection, bead placement, and joint welding in the flat, vertical and overhead positions are...

OSHA 30-Hour Construction Course – (Voucher Included) – (VIRTUAL) – Course #118137.900

Course Description This OSHA 30 course is designed to educate workers on workplace and jobsite safety. Specifically, those who successfully complete this specialized training should become familiar with recognizing, avoiding, preventing and stopping potential jobsite hazards. Topics Covered Fall protection, electrocution, struck-by, caught-in, health hazards, material handling, tools – hand and power, managing safety and...