Tradesman

CARPENTRY I BUILD 201 $375

This course provides the student with information, knowledge and skill level in rough and finish carpentry. The course will cover hand and power tools, construction of a house/storage shed and other structures. Instruction will focus in the area of framing, construction materials, building codes, and site preparation.

CARPENTRY II BUILD 202 $375

THIS COURSE IS ADVANCE LEVEL OF CARPENTRY I CLASS. FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE COMPLETED CARPENTRY I.

CARPENTRY III BUILD 203 $375

CONTINUATION CARPENTRY II

CARPENTRY IV Cabinetry Interior BUILD 204 $375

Cabinetry interior design teach both basic and advanced design and fabrication. More opportunities for students to design cabinets as well as other furniture. Students typically learn about wood characteristics, fasteners, veneers and fine woodworking.

OSHA 10 SAFETY TRAINING OSHA 10 $135

Safety Training - To enable motivated citizens to compete for construction projects. This training is for participants to become OSHA 10 certified and to gain the knowledge and skills essential in working safely and effectively as a construction laborer. Successful participant of the training program will receive an OSHA 10 Certification Card. OSH

A 30 SAFETY TRAINING OSHA 30 $275

Construction Training - To enable motivated citizens to compete for construction projects. This training is for participants to become OSHA 375 certified and to gain the knowledge and skills essential in working safely and effectively as a construction laborer. Successful participant of the training program will receive an OSHA 375 Certification Card.

CONSTRUCTION I IND 101 $375

PREPARATION - This course offers broad based skills and practical hands on experience in Carpentry, Electricity, Plumbing and Roofing. Students will learn how to build, repair, set-up and clean-up of commercial and residential construction sites.

CONSTRUCTION II IND 201 $375

HAND ON - This phase of the construction class will give the participants direct, hands on experience, and the ability to apply in-class learning to the real world work in a controlled, project-based, construction environment. Projects are selected for finish product.

BRICKLAYERS / MASONRY Build 214 $375

This course is designed to prepare students to understand and apply the basic principles of brick and block laying. Students will be required to lay various geometric of walls, stairs and corners.

FORK LIFT TRAINING PROTrain 211 $225

Operator Safety Training course, consisting of Nine hours of training with classroom instructions, and one hour written test and hand-on instruction physically on fork lift. The class is based on the Crown operator training program. The operator will be OSHA safety certified on on-site equipment.

MASONRY BUILD 222 $375

This course is designed to prepare students to understand and apply the basic principles of brick and block laying. Students will be required to lay various geometric of walls, stairs and corners

MASONRY II BUILD 223 $375

This course is focusing on principles of building a Rumford Fireplace. Today’s restoration of old and historic houses and the renewed popularity of early American and classical architecture in new construction, Rumford Fireplaces are more heat efficient.

ELECTRICITY I FIRST SEMESTER ELECT 101 $385

Fundamental Calculations & Wiring - This program consists of electrical theory, AC/DC fundamentals, electrical wiring, Ohm's Law, devices, circuits, blueprint reading, Electrical Code application to home, business, and industries. National Electrical Code, trade math, trade terminology, and some trade science and physics will be introduced.

ELECTRICITY I SECOND SEMESTER ELECT I02 $385

Continuation Fundamental Calculations & Wiring - This program consists of electrical theory, AC/DC fundamentals, electrical wiring, Ohm's Law, devices, circuits, blueprint reading, Electrical Code application to home, business, and industries. National Electrical Code, trade math, trade terminology, and some trade science and physics will be introduced. (2/2 SEMESTERS - 12 HOURS).

ELECTRICITY II FIRST SEMESTER ELECT I03 $385

Commercial/Industrial Calculations, Codes, Interpretations and Blue Print Reading - This is the second level of electricity and is a study and analysis of electrical theory and code application pertaining to commercial, industrial, and business projects. Additional application of Ohm's Law and electrical formulas are learned. Emphasis will be directed toward devices, circuits, and materials. Prerequisite: ELECTRICITY I (1/2 SEMESTERS - 150 HOURS).

ELECTRICITY II SECOND SEMESTER ELECT 104 $375

Continuation Commercial/Industrial Calculations, Codes, Interpretations and Blue Print Reading - This is the second level of electricity and is a study and analysis of electrical theory and code application pertaining to commercial, industrial, and business projects. Additional application of Ohm's Law and electrical formulas are learned. Emphasis will be directed toward devices, circuits, and materials.

ELECTRICITY III FIRST SEMESTER ELECT 105 $275

Residential/Business Calculations, Codes, Interpretations, and Blue Print Reading This course consists of electrical Code application as it pertains to homes, businesses, and industries. Instructions on electrical blue print reading is provided. Prerequisite: ELECTRICITY II.

ELECTRICITY III SECOND SEMESTER ELECT 106 $275

Continuation Residential/Business Calculations, Codes, Interpretations, and Blue Print Reading. This course consists of electrical Code application as it pertains to homes, businesses, and industries. Instructions on electrical blue print reading is provided.

ELECTRICITY IV FIRST SEMESTER ELECT 107 $275

Motor Control, Codes, Interpretations and Blue Print Reading - Consist of electrical and mechanical components and how they are connected together to control different types of motors. Students will learn theory and practical application dealing with control relays, control circuits, electronic timer, overload relays, and motors. The course will provide a natural progression into the basic concepts needed to trouble-shoot control systems. (2 SEMESTER)

ELECTRICITY IV SECOND SEMESTER ELECT 108 $275

Continuation Motor Control, Codes, Interpretations and Blue Print Reading - Consist of electrical and mechanical components and how they are connected together to control different types of motors. Students will learn theory and practical application dealing with control relays, control circuits, electronic timer, overload relays, and motors. The course will provide a natural progression into the basic concepts needed to trouble-shoot control systems.

PLUMBING I FIRST SEMESTER BUILD 110 $385

Techniques & Theory - Instruction will be given in the area of basic plumbing tools and terminology, pipes and fittings, joining pipes and fittings including plastic, copper, galvanized, black, no-hub, cast-iron, and spigots; soldering and brazing, trade math, safety, water heaters, sewage disposal drainage, fixture building drains and single line drawings. Students will focus on residential, commercial, and industrial installation practices including cross connections, gas codes, blue print reading, and fire sprinklers.

PLUMBING I SECOND SEMESTER BUILD 112 $385

Continuation of Techniques & Theory - in the area of basic plumbing tools and terminology, pipes and fittings, joining pipes and fittings including plastic, copper, galvanized, black, no-hub, cast-iron, and spigots; soldering and brazing, trade math, safety, water heaters, sewage disposal drainage, fixture building drains and single line drawings. Students will focus on residential, commercial, and industrial installation practices including cross connections, gas codes, blue print reading, and fire sprinklers. (2 SEMESTERS - 150 HOURS).

PLUMBING II FIRST SEMESTER BUILD 122 $375

Measurement & Blue Prints Reading – This course studies blue print reading and sketching, isometric pipe drawing, interpreting residential and commercial blue prints. Plumbing math is thoroughly explored during the first semester to serve as a foundation for the second semester’s course work. Prerequisite: PLUMBING I (2 SEMESTERS - 150 HOURS).

PLUMBING II SECOND SEMESTER BUILD 123 $375

Continuation of Measurement & Blue Prints Reading – This course studies blue print reading and sketching, isometric pipe drawing, interpreting residential and commercial blue prints. Plumbing math is thoroughly explored during the first semester to serve as a foundation for the second semester’s course work.

PLUMBING III CODES FIRST SEMESTER BUILD 132 $275

Residential/Commercial Codes - This course is a study and analysis of the plumbing codes that are followed by the craft persons to complete plumbing projects throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. Prerequisite: PLUMBING II (2 SEMESTERS - 90 HOURS).

PLUMBING III CODES SECOND SEMESTER BUILD 133 $275

Continuation of Residential/Commercial Codes - This course is a study and analysis of the plumbing codes that are followed by the craft persons to complete plumbing projects throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.

PLUMBING IV FIRST SEMESTER BUILD 142 $375

Gas Fitter - This study includes the installation, repair, improvement or removal of LP or Natural Gas piping, tanks, and appliances annexed to real property.

PLUMBING IV SECOND SEMESTER BUILD 143 $375

Gasfitter- This course is a study and analysis of the gas and piping codes that has applications in the local, Commonwealth of Virginia, and National codes to complete plumbing/gas projects.

PLUMBING V BACKFLOW BUILD 500 $475

This post trade course is designed for licensed plumber's that needs an endorsement to their existing plumbing license required by law. This endorsement then allows them to legally test and maintain backflow prevention devices. This course will require twenty-five hours of classroom time and twenty hours of lab time.
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