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Print Reading for Construction

ID: CECLR-515

Learn the basics of reading construction blueprints. Primary emphasis is on architectural and structural plans. Learn symbols, terminology, and abbreviations associated with reading construction plans.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Residential Building Codes

ID: CECLR-506

This class explains the SC Residential Codes Manual focusing on areas that building contractors need to know to pass the State exam. The course will explain relevant portions of the code that residential contractors, home inspectors, or homeowners need to understand to be sure work is performed according to code.

  • Total Hours: 24.00
  • CEUs: 2.40
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Residential Building Framing and Finishing

ID: CECLR-532

Learn to frame floors, walls, ceilings, and roofs; build stairs; and install roof coverings, siding, windows and doors, interior wall coverings, cabinets, and trim. Emphasis is placed on construction-industry approved building methods and estimating procedures. Training prepares students for the SC Home Builders Exam.

  • Total Hours: 24.00
  • CEUs: 2.40
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Residential Building, Site Preparation, and Foundations

ID: CECLR-531

Learn to lay out and prepare a building site, pour footings and slabs, and build concrete and masonry foundations using multimedia classroom presentations and field demonstrations. Emphasis is on construction industry approved building methods and estimating procedures. Helps prepare students for the SC Home Builders exam.

  • Total Hours: 24.00
  • CEUs: 2.40
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Residential Contractor Business and Law

ID: CECLR-508

This course helps prepare you for the Business and Law portion of the SC Home Builders Exam. This class will also help individuals who plan to build their own home, as well as currently licensed contractors and home inspectors to understand legal and management issues involved in construction.

  • Total Hours: 15.00
  • CEUs: 1.50
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Electrical Show

Basic Electronics-B

ID: CEEEM-588

Learn basic electronics principles, components, and functions including atomic structure of conductors, insulators, and semi-insulators, solid-state device construction, diode rectifier circuits, transistor theory of operation, and switch and amplifier applications.Prerequisities: Electrical Fundamentals I and II, Electrical Print reading or skills assessment completion.

  • Total Hours: 44.00
  • CEUs: 4.40
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Basic Math for Electricians -B

ID: CEEEM-583

This course provides the math skills you will need to begin the study of electricity. Review basic concepts such as number lines and exponents. Introduction to scientific/engineering notation and numerical prefixes and exponents in the decimal number system. Introduction to a scientific calculator and roper operation is covered.

  • Total Hours: 12.00
  • CEUs: 12.00
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Elecctrical Fundamentals II -B

ID: CEEEM-585

Continue the study of the fundamentals of electricity with the intermediate concepts of electricity: basic trigonometry and vectors, alternating current, the effects and interaction of resistance, and inductance and capacitance in series and parallel circuits. Prerequisites: Electrical Fundamentals I or skills assessment completion.

  • Total Hours: 48.00
  • CEUs: 4.80
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Electrical Code Journeyman

ID: CEEEM-502

Prepare to take the licensing exam (city, state, or county) for journeyman electricians. Learn problem solving, voltage drop, conduit, fuse, wire load sizing, grounding, and other residential wiring. Emphasis is placed on the codebook.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Electrical Fundamentals

ID: CEEEM-584

Learn the basic concepts of electricity-beginning with atomic structure and electron flow, Ohm's Law, Kirchoff's Laws, static electricity, magnetism, resistance, basic DC circuits, electrical units, measuring instruments, and magnetic induction. Prerequisites: Basic Math for Electricians or skills assessment completion.

  • Total Hours: 58.00
  • CEUs: 5.80
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Electrical Fundamentals III -B

ID: CEEEM-586

Complete the study of electrical fundamentals by learning the properties and applications of single-phase transformers, three-phase wye and delta transformer connections, DC generators, DC motors, three-phase alternators, and single and three=phase AC motors. Prerequisites: Electrical Fundamentals I and II or skills assessment completion.

  • Total Hours: 44.00
  • CEUs: 4.40
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Electrical Motor Controls-B

ID: CEEEM-589

Learn to work with relays, timers, push buttons, magnetic starters, fuses overloads, wiring practices, and motor circuit protection principles, all of which are related to indusstry and motor control. You will physically connect three-phase motors and control circuits as part of this course.Prerequisites: Electrical Fundamentals III or skills assessment completion.

  • Total Hours: 48.00
  • CEUs: 4.80
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Electrical Print Reading -B

ID: CEEEM-587

Learn to read and interpret electrical blueprints and schematics used in residential, commercial, and industrial settings. Emphasis will be on the applications of print reading and circuit and electrical symbols knowledge. Prerequisites: Electrical Fundamentals I, II or skills assessment completion.

  • Total Hours: 20.00
  • CEUs: 2.00
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General Electrical Safety -B

ID: CEEEM-582

You will be introduced to general workplace electrical safety practices, including lockout/tagout, PPE (personal protective equipment), NEC (National Electrical Code), and arc flash guidelines.

  • Total Hours: 12.00
  • CEUs: 1.20
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Industrial Sensor Technology-B

ID: CEEEM-590

Study various industrial sensors including discrete electro-mechanical and electronic devices, analog devices such as transducers, thermocouples, and RTDs. Prerequisites: Electrical Fundamentals I and II, Electrical Print Reading, and Basic Electronics or skills assessment.

  • Total Hours: 44.00
  • CEUs: 4.40
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Programmable Logic Controllers - B

ID: CEEEM-592

Study theory of operation, programming, installation, and standard wiring practices using All Bradley MicroLogix processors and Logix 500 software. You will learn basic ladder programming principles using bit, timer, and counter instructions. Prerequisites: Industrial Sensors and Basic Electronics or skills assessment completion.

  • Total Hours: 52.00
  • CEUs: 5.20
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Troubleshooting-B

ID: CEEEM-593

You will develop methodology, identify, and locate electrical problems using diagrams and basic electrical measuring tools. Prerequisites: Industrial Sensors, Electrical Motor Controls, Print Reading, Variable Frequency Drives, and Programmable Logic Controllers or skills assessment completion.

  • Total Hours: 48.00
  • CEUs: 4.80
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Variable Frequency Drives-B

ID: CEEEM-591

Study theory of operation, programming, installation and standard wiring practices. You will work with both the AutomationDirect GS-1 and Allen Bradley Powerflex 40 VFDs. Prerequisites: Industrial Sensors, Basic Electronics, and Electrical Motor Controls or skills assessment completion.

  • Total Hours: 52.00
  • CEUs: 5.20
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Forklift Operator Show

Forklift Training

ID: CEHEQ-501

Learn the correct care and use of forklift equipment. Topics include information covered in OSHA's Powered Industrial Truck Standard (OSHA Standard 1910.178). Successful students receive a three-year forklift certificate. Safety requirements prohibit open, cloth, or high-heeled shoes. Students must be 18 years of age. Valid Driver's License required.

  • Total Hours: 8.00
  • CEUs: 0.80
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HVAC Show

Air Flow Design, Measurement and

ID: CEHVA-533

This is an entry level course covering the air flow, duct design and diagnostics of an air conditioning system. After completion of this course a student should have a basic understanding of how to measure air flow, design duct work and diagnose common air flow problems with air conditioning.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Heat Pump Operations and Diagnostics

ID: CEHVA-532

This is an entry level course covering the function of a heat pump, its refrigeration cycle, and electrical component operation. A working knowledge of basic HVAC is recommended for this course or prior completion of The HVAC Electrical and Refrigeration courses. After completion of this course a student should have a basic understanding of how the Heat Pump system works and basic diagnostic of common problems associated with Heat Pump systems.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Hvac Electrical Operation and Diagnostic

ID: CEHVA-530

This is an entry level course covering the electrical circuits for an HVAC system. It will cover the operation of the unit, as well as, troubleshooting as they relate to the electrical components of the system.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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HVAC Refrigeration Cycle Operation and

ID: CEHVA-531

This is an entry level course covering the refrigeration cycle for an HVAC system. It will cover the major components of the system, the operation and troubleshooting of the refrigeration cycle.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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HVACR Certified Technician - Online

ID: CEGAT-678

The HVACR Certified Technician program is a unique, all-inclusive online training that encompasses heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration. The program is structured to provide an instruction on the skills necessary to installers and technicians who are either new to the industry or planning on expanding their knowledge and skills to advance in the industry. This program is truly all-encompassing, because as a part of your tuition, you will receive paid exam vouchers to take exams that lead to the most significant industry certifications.

  • Total Hours: 265.00
  • CEUs: 27.70
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Industrial Electrical Technician Show

Basic Electronics

ID: CEEEM-562

Learn basic electronics principles, components, and functions including atomic structure of conductors, insulators, and semi-conductors, characteristics of current flow and resistor construction, semi-conductor construction, and basic diode types. Prerequisite: Electrical Print Reading.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Electrical Code Masters

ID: CEEEM-503

Review the electrical codebook and learn how and where to find articles pertaining to certain subjects. Includes basic electrical problems, one-family dwellings, multi-family dwellings, sizing wire, pipe and junction boxes.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Electrical Fundamentals I

ID: CEEEM-563

Learn the basic concepts of electricity - beginning with atomic structure and electron current flow, including electrical quantities, Ohm's Law, static electricity, magnetism, resistance, basic DC circuits, electrical units, and power measuring instruments. Prerequisite: Basic Math for Electricians.

  • Total Hours: 42.00
  • CEUs: 4.20
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Electrical Fundamentals II

ID: CEEEM-564

Continue in the study of the fundamentals of electricity and effective troubleshooting techniques on the job with the intermediate concepts of electricity: magnetic induction, basic trigonometry and vectors, alternating current, and inductance and capacitance in series and parallel circuits. Prerequisite: Electrical Fundamentals I.

  • Total Hours: 36.00
  • CEUs: 3.60
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Electrical Fundamentals III

ID: CEEEM-551

Learn about three phase circuits, circuit impedance, and the effects of capacitance/inductance in RCL series and parallel circuits, including single-phase transformers, three phase wye and delta connections, transformers, DC generators, DC motors, three- phase alternators, single motors, and three phase motors. Prerequisite: Electrical Fundamentals II.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Electrical Motor Controls

ID: CEEEM-505

Learn to work with relays, timers, push buttons, magnetic starters, fuses overloads, and wiring practices, all of which are related to industry and motor control. Students will physically connect three-phase motors and control circuits as part of the course. Basic Electronics is the pre-requisite for this course.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Electrical Print Reading

ID: CEEEM-579

Learn to read and interpret electrical blueprints and schematics used in residential and industrial settings. Emphasis will be on hands-on applications of print reading, circuit knowledge, and troubleshooting circuits through the use of prints. Prerequisite: Electrical Fundamentals III.

  • Total Hours: 16.00
  • CEUs: 1.60
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Programmable Logic Controllers

ID: CEEEM-507

Learn to use the hardware and software associated with the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), using Allen Bradley PLC trainers, and MicroLogix software. Learn the basics of programming, including basic Boolean algebra. Prerequisite: Variable Frequency Drives.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Troubleshooting

ID: CEEEM-580

Learn to safely and efficiently troubleshoot and locate electrical problems using schematic prints along with electrical measuring tools such as multimeters, clamp-on meters, ammeters, megohmmeters, proximity voltage meters, hand-held oscilloscopes, and other measuring devices. Prerequisite: Programmable Logic Controller.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Variable Frequency Drives

ID: CEEEM-552

The introduction of Variable Frequency Drives in the workplace has become the path forward for new installations and upgrades in the industry. Understand the basics of PWM (Pulse Width Modulated) drives, Sensorless Vector Control, IGBT Power Outputs, using the industry standard, Allen-Bradley drives, the AB 1336 Plus, and Power Flex. Prerequisite: Electrical Motor Controls .

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Industrial Maintenance Show

Applied Math

ID: CEIMT-687

This course illustrates how math is used in industrial maintenance. Begin with basic math functions, explains decimal-fraction, conversions, and the metric system. Review basic geometry, ratios and proportions, basic algebra, area, volume, circumference, and tables. Explains right triangle trigonometry and other triangular applications in the trade.

  • Total Hours: 44.00
  • CEUs: 4.40
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Basic Mechanical Components

ID: CEIMT-693

This course identifies couplings, chain drives, bearings, mechanical and other seals, gaskets and O-rings. It covers the function and advantages of each and teaches how to select and install or remove the proper component. Fan and blower types and operation are also discussed. Safety & Rigging Fundamentals is a prerequisite for this course.

  • Total Hours: 80.00
  • CEUs: 8.00
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Bearings and Lubrication

ID: CEIMT-694

Explains lubrication safety, storage, classifications, selecting lubricants, additives, lubrication equipment and lubricating charts. Introduces plain, ball, roller, thrust, guide, flanged, pillow-block, and take-up bearings. It also explains bearing materials and bearing designations. Basic Mechanical Components is a prerequisite for this course.

  • Total Hours: 56.00
  • CEUs: 5.60
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Blueprint Reading

ID: CEIMT-691

The course explains different types of blueprint drawings (civil, architectural, structural, mechanical, plumbing/piping, electrical), how to interpret them and teaches field sketching. It explains orthographic projection, isometric and schematic drawings used to show electrical, piping, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems. Precision Measuring is a prerequisite for this course.

  • Total Hours: 72.00
  • CEUs: 7.20
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Fasteners and Anchors

ID: CEIMT-688

This class describes the various threaded and non-threaded fasteners used in industrial maintenance. Students will learn how to select the correct fastener and the proper methods of installation. Prerequisite: Applied Math.

  • Total Hours: 12.00
  • CEUs: 1.20
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Gearboxes

ID: CEIMT-695

This course identifies and explains gearboxes and their uses. Explains how they operate and various types of gears. Troubleshooting and repair of gearboxes will be demonstrated. It shows wear patterns and proper backlash and adjustment. Bearings & Lubrication is a prerequisite for this course.

  • Total Hours: 20.00
  • CEUs: 2.00
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Hand and Power Tools

ID: CEIMT-689

This class introduces students to various hand and power tools that are used in industrial maintenance applications. It explains basic hand-tool safety and procedures for selecting, inspecting, using, and maintaining the tools. Fasteners and Anchors is a prerequisite for this course.

  • Total Hours: 44.00
  • CEUs: 4.40
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Precision Measuring

ID: CEIMT-690

This course covers the concept of measurement starting with rulers and levels. The class includes precision measuring tools such as calipers, micrometers, height gauges, surface plates, and dial indicators. It explains how to read the various precision measuring instruments. Learn how to select, use, and care for precision measuring tools. Hand & Power Tools is a prerequisite for this course.

  • Total Hours: 20.00
  • CEUs: 2.00
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Pumps

ID: CEIMT-696

This course explains pumps and their operation. It covers reciprocating pumps and various kinds of rotary pumps. A lesson on special-purpose pumps describes diaphragm pumps and pumps used for corrosive and abrasive materials. Also covered is the maintenance of pumps, including the replacement of packing glands, seals, and bearings. Gearboxes is a prerequisite for this course.

  • Total Hours: 40.00
  • CEUs: 4.00
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Safety and Rigging Fundamentals

ID: CEIMT-692

Learn how to work and rig loads safely. This course includes personal protective equipment, how to perform basic contruction tasks safely and what to do if an accident occurs. It covers the slings, hardware, hoists and hitches used in rigging operations. Highlights critical safety issues and accepted rigging techniques and practices. Blueprint Reading is a prerequisite for this course.

  • Total Hours: 20.00
  • CEUs: 2.00
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Manufacturing Show

Blueprint Reading and Basic Measuring Tools

ID: CEMFG-588

An introductory course in blueprint reading and precision measuring tools. This course will take you through the alphabet of lines, views, and general rules for reading engineering blueprints. This course will also provide hands-on training in the use of micrometers, calipers, height gages, indicators, and various transfer gages.

  • Total Hours: 24.00
  • CEUs: 2.40
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Fundamentals of CNC Operator/ Programmer Training

ID: CEMFG-572

Gain the knowledge to become a CNC operator/programmer. Topics covered: shop math, right angle trig., English/Metric conversion tooling for mills and lathes, CNC offsets, cutting speed and fee calculations, inter-working, and functionality of the actual CNC machine components. Prerequisite: Blueprint Reading, Mills and Lathe classes.

  • Total Hours: 54.00
  • CEUs: 5.40
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Introduction to Lathes

ID: CEMFG-626

Learn the set-up and basic working knowledge of machining lathes. Learn proper safety, care, set-up, and operation of manual turning lathe. An excellent course for students with little machining background or students taking the CNC Operator/Programmer Certificate program. Prerequisite: Blueprint Reading & Basic Measuring Tools course.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Introduction to Mills

ID: CEMFG-627

Learn the set-up and basic working knowledge of vertical mills. Learn proper safety, care, set-up, and operation of manual machine shop mills. An excellent course for students with little machining background or students taking the CNC Operator/Programmer Certificate program. Prerequisite: Blueprint Reading & Measuring Tools course

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Mastering CNC Programming

ID: CEMFG-580

An application-based course covering the knowledge and skills acquired from the Fundamentals and Principles classes. You will utilize your new knowledge to write CNC programs, select tooling, and set up the CNC equipment to produce parts to specifications from your own CNC program. Prerequisite: Principles of CNC Operator/Programming

  • Total Hours: 48.00
  • CEUs: 4.80
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Principles of CNC Programming

ID: CEMFG-571

Transform blueprints into CNC machine programs by designing your own generated CNC programs on computer based simulators in the classroom. Topics covered include: machine language (G & M codes), work coordinates, various types of offsets, cutter compensation, canned cycles, etc. Prerequisite: Fundamentals of CNC Operator/Programmer.

  • Total Hours: 60.00
  • CEUs: 6.00
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Mechanical Show

Hydraulics and Pneumatics

ID: CEIMT-699

Describes pumps & valves used in hydraulic & pneumatic systems & their functions. Explains hydraulic/pneumatic system safety & basic principles of hydraulics, including Pascal's law and Bernaulli's principle. Covers how to inspect, troubleshoot, and repair fluid power systems. Hands-on training is included. Prerequisite: Valves & Piping.

  • Total Hours: 72.00
  • CEUs: 7.20
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Shaft Alignment

ID: CEIMT-697

This course covers types of misalignment and aligning couplings using conventional and laser alignment techniques. How to measure shaft sag, perform vertical alignment, and align machinery trains is discussed. Causes of vibration, vibration monitoring, vibration test equipment, and how to field balance machines are included. Prerequisite: Pumps.

  • Total Hours: 76.00
  • CEUs: 7.60
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Valves and Piping

ID: CEIMT-698

This course covers the selection, preparation, joining, and support of copper, plastic, and steel piping and fittings. The course provides instructions for cutting, threading, and joining ferrous piping. Introduces chemical, compressed air, fuel oil, steam and water systems, and explains how to identify piping systems according to color codes. Prerequisite: Shaft Alignment.

  • Total Hours: 40.00
  • CEUs: 4.00
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Pool Operator Show

SC Certified Pool Operator

ID: CECPO-500

Prepares individuals responsible for operating and/or managing swimming pools or spas in SC to sit for the CPO Exam and covers pertinent topics. A calculator is needed. Topics include SC rules and regulations, legal requirements, water chemistry, filtration and circulation disinfection techniques, water testing, troubleshooting, problem prevention, and safety. The SC CPO exam is administered through Applied Measurement Professionals (AMP) and details are discussed in class. 1.800.345.6559 or www.goamp.com. The exam will not be taken in class.

  • Total Hours: 6.00
  • CEUs: 0.60
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Safety and Environmental Show

Asbestos Inspector

ID: CEASB-508

Federal and state regulations require specific training for personnel involved in asbestos management. This inspector course is designed for individuals who inspect for the presence of asbestos. SC-DHEC and NC-DHHS approved. Requires pre-notification to regulatory authorities and may be used for NC and SC licensing.

  • Total Hours: 24.00
  • CEUs: 2.40
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Asbestos Inspector Refresher

ID: CEASB-501

Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive certificates of re-accreditation that may be used for licensing purposes.Student must have completed the initial training class and bring their certificate of completion as proof when they attend this class.

  • Total Hours: 4.00
  • CEUs: 0.40
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Asbestos Operations and Mainenance

ID: CEASB-509

Reviews the initial Asbestos Operations and Maintenance Worker course. Students will receive certificates of re-accreditation used for licensing. SC-DHEC, NC-DHHS, and OSHA approved asbestos abatement training. Requires pre-notification to authorities and may be used for NC and SC licensing as an asbestos abatement professional.Student must have completed the initial training class and bring their certificate of completion as proof when they attend this class.

  • Total Hours: 8.00
  • CEUs: 0.80
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Asbestos Supervisor

ID: CEASB-505

The course meets SC-DHEC and EPA AHERA/ASHARA requirements for supervisors of asbestos projects and the NIOSH 582 course. Also for SC-DHEC licensing for persons performing air monitoring on asbestos projects and for the OSHA Competent Person training for all asbestos work in accordance with 1926.1101. Annual refresher required.

  • Total Hours: 37.50
  • CEUs: 3.75
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Asbestos Supervisor Refresher

ID: CEASB-506

Reviews the initial AHERA Asbestos Supervisor course required for asbestos abatement supervisors in schools, and public and commercial buildings, and meets the annual refresher training requirements for OSHA Class I and II Competent person and SC-DHEC Asbestos Supervisor licensees. Students will receive certificates used for licensing.Student must have completed the initial training class and bring their certificate of completion as proof when they attend this class.

  • Total Hours: 7.50
  • CEUs: 0.75
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Asbestos Worker Refresher

ID: CEASB-504

This course reviews the initial AHERA Asbestos Worker course required for asbestos abatement workers in schools and public and commercial buildings. The course meets the annual refresher training requirements for OSHA Class I asbestos workers and SC-DHEC Asbestos Worker licensees. Students receive certificates for licensing purposes.Student musthave completed the initial training class and bring their certificate of completion as proof when they attend this class.

  • Total Hours: 7.50
  • CEUs: 0.75
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General Construction Safety

ID: CESAF-695

Learn safety and health principles to help you meet OSHA requirements. Upon completion of the General Construction Safety course you will be able to identify OSHA regulatory requirements for construction sites and work knowledgeably within OSHA's construction standards. Special emphasis is placed on areas in construction that most commonly result in worker injury or property damage. Students will receive a 10-hour OSHA Construction completion card.

  • Total Hours: 15.00
  • CEUs: 1.50
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Lead Renovation, Repair, and Painting

ID: CELED-500

EPA rules apply to contractors who renovate or repair housing, child-care facilities, or schools built before 1978. Trained contractors and workers must follow lead-safe work practice standards to reduce potential exposure to dangerous levels of lead during renovation and repair work. These standards are taught in this course.

  • Total Hours: 8.00
  • CEUs: 0.80
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NFPA 70E Qualified Persons Training

ID: CESAF-572

Electrical power is a dangerous force that requires proper understanding in the workplace. This course defines the requirements for work practices that workers should use to avoid injury from a release of electrical energy when performing tasks involving electrical power. The specific information in this course enables the student to prevent or minimize exposure to all widely recognized electrical hazards. Tuition includes textbook.

  • Total Hours: 8.00
  • CEUs: 0.80
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Small Engine Mechanic Show

Small Engine Mechanic

ID: CESME-506

Gain a working knowledge of types and operation of small engines, engine service, repair of outdoor power equipment, engine tune-up procedures, and troubleshooting methods, engine failure analysis, engine performance measurement, engine system and engine rebuild procedures. See www.midlandstech.edu/training for required tools. Lots of hands-on learning.

  • Total Hours: 45.00
  • CEUs: 4.50
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Transportation and Logisitics Show

Freight Broker/Agent Training -Online

ID: CEGAT-688

Learn the skills you need in order to be a successful Freight Broker/Agent. In this growing industry, as a service based business, you connect shippers and manufacturers with transportation companies and manage those shipments. Become a part of the exciting trucking, freight logistics, and transportation industries as a licensed freight broker or as a freight broker agent. From licensing and operations, to sales and marketing, you'll learn the basics of how to run a domestic freight brokerage or agency in the United States.

  • Total Hours: 180.00
  • CEUs: 18.00
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Welder-Day Program Show

Advanced Welding QuickJobs Day Program

ID: CEWLD-619

This course is offered to students who completed the Basic and Intermediate Welding courses and is open to persons demonstrating advanced welding skills to the instructor. The student must show competency in Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, and Gas Metal Arc Welding, or have completed the Entry and Intermediate Welding courses. The student will be introduced to high-pressure pipe welding. During the course, the student will be required to weld root passes, hot passes, and fill and cover passes to code requirements on various diameter pipe. This class is intense and prepares the student for testing to corporate standards such as the American Welding Society (AWS) and American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) section IX. Students completing this course will possess skills required in the pipe welding and fabrication industry.

  • Total Hours: 320.00
  • CEUs: 32.00
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Basic Welding QuickJobs Day Program

ID: CEWLD-601

The QuickJobs Basic Welding course offers the student introductory training needed to enter the welding profession. Upon completion of the course, the student will have competent training in safety, basic metallurgy, and industrial tool operation. Entry-level welding skills will include fillet and groove welding in basic positions using the (SMAW) process. The student will be required to perform welding to industrial standards such as the American Welding Society (AWS). Students completing this course will have entry level skills needed for construction positions and for general fabrication shops or be ready for the Intermediate Welding Class, which is the next level of training in the Day QuickJobs program.

  • Total Hours: 360.00
  • CEUs: 36.00
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Intermediate Welding QuickJobs Day Program

ID: CEWLD-602

This course is offered to students who completed the Basic Welding QuickJobs Day course and is open to persons demonstrating necessary welding skills to the instructor. Students are trained in the following: personal safety (continuation); SMAW welding in non-standard positions - 2 weeks; Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) to include solid wire and dual shield flux cored wire in fillet and groove welding - 2 weeks; Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) in multiple positions and metals to include steel, aluminum and stainless steel - 4 weeks. The student will be required to perform welding to industrial standards such as the American Welding Society (AWS). Students completing this course will have basic and intermediate skills required as minimums for employment in the construction industry and fabrication shops, high-rise construction and maintenance welding and repairs.

  • Total Hours: 320.00
  • CEUs: 32.00
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Welder-Evening Program Show

Advanced Pipe Welding

ID: CEWLD-831

Learn advanced methods and technique for welding 6 pipe using the SMAW and GTAW processes in multiple positions in accordance with AWS and ASME codes and standards. Includes welding open root joints using GTAW with intermediate passes and final cap using GTAW and SMAW. Prerequisite: CEWLD 830 Basic Pipe Welding.

  • Total Hours: 96.00
  • CEUs: 9.60
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Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding

ID: CEWLD-801

Continue learning Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) using advanced welding techniques and joint configurations in accordance with AWS and ASME codes and standards. Includes a continuation of groove welds with backing and open root V-grooves in multiple positions. Prerequisite: CEWLD 800 Basis Shielded Metal Arc Welding.

  • Total Hours: 102.00
  • CEUs: 10.20
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Basic Pipe Welding

ID: CEWLD-830

Learn basic methods and technique for welding 6 pipe using the SMAW process in multiple positions in accordance with AWS and ASME codes and standards. Includes welding open root joints using E6010 electrodes with E7018 intermediate passes and final cap. Prerequisite: CEWLD 820 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding.

  • Total Hours: 90.00
  • CEUs: 9.00
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Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welding and Oxy-Fuel Cutting

ID: CEWLD-800

Learn basic Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) using various electrodes and joint configurations in accordance with AWS and ASME codes and standards. Includes T-joints, grooves with backing, basic blueprint reading, weld symbols, safety, and an introduction to the oxy-fuel cutting processes.

  • Total Hours: 102.00
  • CEUs: 10.20
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Gas Metal and Flux Core Arc Welding

ID: CEWLD-810

Learn basic Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) and Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW) processes using various technique and joint configurations in accordance with AWS and ASME codes and standards. Includes 1/8 to 3/8 thick material for GMAW welding and 3/8 to 1 for FCAW welding in various positions. Prerequisite: CEWLD 801 Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding.

  • Total Hours: 90.00
  • CEUs: 9.00
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Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

ID: CEWLD-820

Learn Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) using basic and advanced welding techniques and various joint configurations in accordance with AWS and ASME codes and standards. Includes welding T-joints and open root V-grooves in multiple positions. Prerequisite: CEWLD 810 Gas Metal and Flux Core Arc Welding.

  • Total Hours: 96.00
  • CEUs: 9.60
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Practice Welding - 9

ID: CEWLD-624

This class helps students prepare for a welding test.

  • Total Hours: 9.00
  • CEUs: 0.90
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Basic Welding for Home Projects

ID: CEWLD-511

Learn the basics of stick welding, oxy-fuel cutting torches, and review MIG welding skills. With instructor approval and your own materials, our experienced instructors will guide you through the steps to begin your fabrication project. Previous projects have included artwork, oyster tables, carts, trailer repairs, and furniture. It is recommended to have completed the MIG or TIG welding course first, but it is not a requirement.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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MIG Welding Basics

ID: CEWLD-870

From thin gauge sheet metal to 1/2 thick steel, MIG welding (aka wire feed or GMAW) is versatile and easy to learn. From automotive restoration and boat trailers to lawn mower decks and works of art, this process covers all the bases. Our knowledgeable instructors will teach you about welding machine set-up, safety, and MIG welding basics even if you have no previous welding experience. Required equipment for class: welding helmet, welding cap, MIG gloves, safety glasses, welding jacket, MIG welding pliers, locking pliers, tape measure, work boots and flame retardant clothing.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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TIG Welding Basics

ID: CEWLD-880

When precision and control are important, TIG welding (GTAW) is the gold standard. GTAW requires exceptional hand-eye coordination and concentration. Learn TIG welding basics on carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum. You can use this process to build racecar chassis and roll cages or repair pontoons and John boats. It is recommended to have completed the MIG welding course first, but it is not a requirement.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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