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Blueprint Reading II for MachinistsThis course is a continuation of Blueprint Reading I. Enhancing machinists and inspectors blueprint reading skills will be emphasized. An introduction to Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing will be covered along with other advanced blueprint reading skills.2MACH1056 or instructor approvalMACH2420View
Bolt-on, Weld-on Panel Replacement and AlignmentProper use and selection of tools is very important to properly remove, install and align bolt-on-panels. Properly removing, installing and aligning bolt-on-parts is essential to restoring the vehicle to pre-accident condition. Proper tools and equipment along with proper techniques are essential for the removal and replacement of weld-on-panels. The fit and finish of the final repair is determined by proper panel installation. Alignment to adjacent panels, gaps at door and decklid, panel warpage and damage to adjacent panels are major factors in the quality of the finished product.4NoneABCT1160View
Brake SystemsThe student will learn different designs of brake systems, will be able to identify all brake parts and understand how brake systems function.1NoneABCT2150View
BrakesIn this course students will learn skills needed to perform repairs on automotive brake systems. The course includes operation, troubleshooting, maintenance and repair of standard and Anti-Lock Brake Systems. This course meets all applicable National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) standards.4ATEC1615ATEC1505View
Building CodeThis course is a study of the parts of the State Building Code that relate to residential construction.1CARP1511CARP1830View
Building Codes: CommercialThis course will introduce the student to the organization, use and impact of the International Building Code in the design of buildings.2Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901ARCH1340View
Building Construction for the Fire ServiceThis course is designed to teach the student the principles used in constructing various types of buildings. The overall goal of this course is to provide knowledge about the classifications system of buildings, the importance of fire resistance for structural support elements, and the risks associated with performing fire suppression activities inside and around buildings involved with fire.3NoneFRPT1161View
Building Sewers and Drain SystemsThis course covers practical experience in the installation of sewers, drain, waste and vent piping by laying out pipe, using a builder's level to establish grade and elevations of the piping, and in a safe and efficient manner. Students will learn the proper installation of plastic and cast iron sewers, drain, waste and vent pipe.3PLBG1035PLBG1016View
Building SystemsThis course will introduce the student to basic design and drafting requirements of HVAC, plumbing, electrical and low-voltage/data/communication systems in both residential and commercial applications. This will include new trends in alternative energy and 'smart building' technology.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901ARCH1345View
Business AnalysisThis is a college level introductory course in business analysis. This course will detail the roles and responsibilities of the Business Analyst. The course will teach techniques to define the scope of work which includes: identify requirements-gathering techniques, identify the unique needs of stakeholders, customers and the I/T department in the business analysis process among the many facets of the business analyst's responsibilities.4CCIS2055BUSN2000View