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Thursday, December 13, 2018
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CAST Test Prep for the Electrical Utility Industry
$150.00 (3 sections available)
This 16-hour course is designed to assist individuals in preparing for the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) Construction and Skilled Trades (CAST) test; the entrance exam for electrical utility workers. It will cover the four main elements of the CAST test: graphic arithmetic, mechanical concepts; reading for comprehension, and mathematical usage. The test will also review basic problem solving techniques, skills for test taking and interviewing.

Flagger Training & Certification
$129.00 (2 sections available)
This four (4) hour course will provide the participant with the skill set to be a safe and effective flagger. Topics that will be addressed are proper flagger operations, flagging signals and procedures. Understanding why proper flagger operations are important. Upon completion of this course the participant will receive his/her Flagger Training Certification that will last for 4 years.

HVAC-R Blueprint Reading II
$179.00 (2 sections 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.

Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers
$179.00 (2 sections 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.

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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