Sunday, September 15, 2019
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Cdl Class a Prerequisite
$1,000.00 (3 sections available)
The first 40 hours of this 80-hour course will prepare students to take the Commercial Drivers' License (CDL) knowledge tests required to get a PA Class A Commercial Drivers' License permit. The second 40 hours will teach students about FMCSA and DOT regulations, as well as, shifting techniques student need to know before driving a tractor-trailer. Students must speak with the program director before enrolling in this course.

Cdl Class a Training
$3,900.00 (3 sections available)
This 20-day (160hrs) length of thiscourse will consist of 60-hour with a minimum of 40 hours of Behind The Wheel (BTW) time with individualized instruction in driving and backing a Class A commercial vehicle (Tractor Trailer)along with 20 hours of lecture/observation time. (Students may be allowed more than 20 hours of observation time at the discretion of, and with permission from, the CDL Coordinator). During the Behind the Wheel (BTW) time, the student will be given 1-on-1 instruction on basic driving skills and on proper backing and parking procedures. During the lecture observation time, students will learn to do a proper pre-trip and will observe other students and instructors operating the vehicle.

Certified Lead Renovator Refresher
$149.00 (1 section available)
This four (4) hour course will train renovation, repair, and painting contractors how to work safely with lead-based paint and comply with EPA?s Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule and HUD?s Lead Safe Housing Rule. It is designed for individuals who have previously completed a HUD or EPA approved lead-safe work practices training course and now need to become a Certified Renovator or who need to meet EPA RRP requirements for Certified Renovator refresher training. A certificate of completion for the course previously completed is MANDATORY for admission to this program.

HVAC-R Blueprint Reading II
$199.00 (1 section available)
This 8-hour course continues HVAC-R Blueprint Reading with further explanation of how blueprints are structured and the conventions that are used as well as symbols, structures and technology advances in HVAC equipment. These principles are then applied to the following types of drawings: Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, including pneumatics and piping.

HVAC-R Electrical Theory & Application
$199.00 (1 section available)
With the majority of HVACR service calls being electrical in nature, it is important for technicians to have a solid understanding of electrical fundamentals allowing them to develop a systematic and methodical procedure for troubleshooting. Electrical Theory & Application for HVACR provides the information and knowledge necessary to accurately diagnose and solve electrical system faults.

HVAC-R System Diagnostics & Troubleshoo
$199.00 (2 sections available)
This course details systematic troubleshooting and diagnostics of airflow problems, refrigerant cycle malfunctions, suction and liquid line restrictions, oil clogged evaporator, undercharge, overcharge, compressor inefficiencies, dirty condenser, air in the system, restricted metering device, and low and high condenser entering air temperatures.

Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers
$199.00 (1 section available)
This eight-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 Safety for Renovation, Repair & Pai
$249.00 (1 section available)
The objective of this eight (8) hour course is to inform workers how to comply with the EPA Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule and the HUD Lead-Safe Housing Rule, and how to perform lead-safe work practices safely and effectively.

$7,900.00 (1 section available)
This 360-hour course will cover the three components of the Mechatronics Program: Electrical, Mechanical and Programmable Logic Controllers. The Electrical portion begins with basic electrical circuits, progressing to electrical motor operation and control. The Mechanical portion covers hydraulics, pneumatic, fluid system and mechanical systems. The PLC portion 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. The student will gain knowledge and practice hands-on skills in the Integrated Systems Technology Center.

Small Gas Engine Repair 1
$159.00 (1 section available)
Explore engine theory and system components, including fuel, ignition, carburetors and more. Learn easy troubleshooting and tune-up procedures for the engine that won’t start. Let this class pay for itself just by eliminating one trip to the repair shop.  Students will be able to work on their own equipment so they are encouraged to bring their tool box.  Textbook is recommended at an additional cost.

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