Industrial & Skilled Trades
Industrial Maintenance addresses the needs of the multicrafted maintenance technician and presents an all-encompassing view of the field of industrial maintenance, which covers a variety of technical skill areas. These include, but are not limited to, mechanics (mechanical installation, fluid power, piping systems, power transmission, print reading, and safety, to name a few), electrical (electrical theory, test equipment, electronics, the National Electrical Code, control circuits, rotating machines, PLCs, and drives, for example), and welding (gas welding and arc welding). A multicrafted maintenance technician must have knowledge and skills in all these areas. Industrial Maintenance addresses these areas in a format designed with the technician in mind.
Industrial maintenance technicians must be multiskilled (or multicrafted) in order to perform their required job duties. As a result, these individuals must possess knowledge in three key areas: mechanical, electrical, and welding. To facilitate learning in these areas, Industrial Maintenance is divided into five sections: General Knowledge, Mechanical Knowledge, Electrical Knowledge, Welding Knowledge, and Preventive Maintenance. Mastery of the required competencies in these areas is demonstrated by the completion of assignments in the accompanying workbook and by passing related tests created from the accompanying test bank.Back To Top
This Internet-based course provides 24 hours of interactive training online for those needing Moderate Risk certification (29 CFR 1910.120). Topics include exercises on PPE, Regulations, Site Characterization, Confined Space, Decontamination, etc. The course consists of an online text, interactive exercises, web links, self-grading quizzes, and final exam.Back To Top
HVACR Technicians are one of the most in demand jobs in the current job market, and the job opportunities are expected to continue growing over the next ten years. HVAC Technicians install, inspect, repair and maintain heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration systems for residential and commercial settings. This course will provide the skills needed to obtain an entry-level position in the HVACR industry. It can also be used to upgrade your skill set if you are already employed as an HVACR technician. This course will provide a comprehensive overview of all aspects of HVACR, with the goal of preparing students to be able to install and maintain HVACR systems. Students will learn through a combination of theoretical and practical applications so that they have a solid understanding of how HVACR systems work prior to entering the workforce. Students will be prepared to obtain entry-level HVACR positions. Students will also meet the basic requirements to sit for the North American Technician Excellence (NATE) national certification exam to become a Certified HVAC/R Technician, as well as begin working toward advanced level certifications.Back To Top
Stormwater effects on receiving streams and the aquatic ecosystems in them is very important. Developing performance goals and design criteria for stormwater controls is a necessary step.
Maintenance activity to preserve the intended water quality beneﬁt, and stormwater conveyance capacity of stormwater controls are critical to stormwater management.
Stormwater Management: Hydraulics And Hydrology I:
The main focus of this course is engineering hydraulics and hydrology of yesterday and today. The course takes a close look at the various aspects of modern stormwater management and reviews general principles of engineering design.
Stormwater Management: Hydraulics And Hydrology II:
In the past stormwater was annoying. Today, it is viewed as a beneficial resource with the ability to return to its natural path-ways through distributed controls. This course highlights the Manning’s Equation, Channel, Pipe, and Stream flow.
This course prepares students American Public Works Association (APWA) Certified Stormwater Manager (CSM) certification exam.Back To Top
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