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Construction Blueprint Reading and Estimating Overview
$325.00 (1 section available)
This 30-hour course will first provide the following: measurements and conversions, basic symbols, lines and identifications, and overall print views. Further topics will be construction materials and symbols, specifications, using measurements, reading plan views and reading elevation views. The course ends with a group project to determine usages, look at expenses and describe limitations.

Intro to Programmable Logic Controllers
$395.00 (1 section available)
This fifteen-hour course is a condensed introduction in understanding the basic symbols and instructions used in PLC coding. Topics discussed will be XIC, XIO, ONS, basic ladder logic and relay instructions. This course provides a basic foundation to use programmable logic controllers.

Lead Abatement Assessor
$429.00 (1 section available)
The objective of this sixteen (16) hour course is to train individuals to be certified as Risk Assessors who can determine and then report the existence, nature, severity, and location of lead-based paint hazards in housing through an on-site investigation and the possible means of correcting any hazards identified. It includes sampling, elevated blood lead level investigations, report preparation and ongoing monitoring. It follows an exposure-based approach to dealing with lead based paint hazards. This systematic approach is taken from the HUD Guidelines for the Evaluation and Control of Lead-Based Paint Hazards in Housing.

Lead Abatement Inspector
$513.00 (1 section available)
The objective of this twenty-four (24) hour course is to certify individuals as inspectors and enable them to perform lead-based paint inspections and clearance examinations for abatement or renovation projects. It will train inspectors to identify the presence of lead in housing in order to protect children, and focuses specifically on the presence of lead in paint (paint inspections) and in dust and soil (clearance inspections). It includes the HUD inspection protocol; radiation, X-Ray fluorescence theory and workshop; regulations; visual inspection, clearance sampling, and testing; data analysis and report preparation; and a field trip to inspect a building for lead-based paint using the HUD Guidelines. The course is based in large part on two documents: Guidelines for the Evaluation and Control of Lead-based Paint Hazards in Housing, (HUD) and Lead; Requirements for Lead-based Paint Activities in Target Housing and Child Occupied Facilities: Final Rule (40 CFR Part 745, EPA.

PLC Boot Camp
$2,295.00 (1 section available)
This 75-hour course is for maintenance workers with some PLC experience. It provides instruction in how to design, program and operate a PLC to control a number of process applications used by industries all over the world. Those skills include orientation, operation, programming, memory organization, program analysis, motor control, discrete I/O interfacing, troubleshooting, systems troubleshooting, event sequencing, application development timer instructions, counter instructions, program control instructions, and math and data move instructions.

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