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  Math & Measurement

Time: 4:00p.m.-7:00p.m.

Contact Hr: 15

Instructor: Mike Lawliss


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Review basic math skills using examples from industry including topics ranging from fractions & surface area to metric conversions. Provides instruction on the fundamentals of measuring using calipers and micrometers focusing on recision and accuracy.

Date: 3/3 - 3/31
Days: Tuesdays
Room: 121T
Cost: $250

Time: 4:00p.m.-7:00p.m.

Contact Hr: 15
Instructor: Scott Buffet


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Basic Electrical

Teaches and demonstrates control circuits, switch gears, protective devices, buses, breakers, and power distribution systems found in industrial environment. Control circuits for both DC and AC motors are explained along with basic motor theory. Common power plant distribution systems are studied.


Date: 3/4 - 4/1
Days: Wednesdays
Room: 121T
Cost: $250



  Blueprint Reading

Time:4:00p.m.-7:00p.m.

Contact Hr: 15

Instructor: Kris Renadette


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Broad overview of methods of constructing and interpreting blueprints. Participants will study, read and draw schematic drawings used for industrial processes and controls including electrical, hydraulics, pneumatics, and mechanical drawings.

 

Date: 3/5 - 4/2
Days: Thursdays
Room: 121T
Cost: $250

Time: 4:00p.m.-7:00p.m.
Contact Hr: 15
Instructor:
Kris Renadette


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  PLCs - Programmable Logic Controller

The theory, use and programming of PLC systems in industry is emphasized and practiced. The lab provides practical, hands-on experience for individuals as they are required to design, build, test, trouble shoot, and repair various circuits and devices as well as program PLCs.



Date: 3/30 - 4/27
Days: Mondays
Room: 121T
Cost: $250

  General Industrial Maintenance 

Time: 4:00p.m.-7:00p.m.

Contact Hr: 15

Instructor: Kris Renedette


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Covers the economic benefits of properly maintaining manufacturing equipment to minimize down-time and cost of premature replacement. The course emphasizes the importance and techniques of preventive maintenance and Total Productive Maintenance (TPM). Students will design and develop inspection plans for various manufacturing processes and machinery.

Date: 4/8 - 5/6
Days: Wednesdays
Room: 121T
Cost: $250






Discounts apply when taking multiple classes. Additional funding may also be available, Contact Jodi Faucher for more information, 562-4115

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