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CNC ProgrammingThis course will introduce the student to computer numerical control machine tools. CNC programming, setup, and operation will be studied. Milling and turning programs will be developed and examined. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3CNC Operators Certificate, or instructors approvalMACH2406View
CNC Turning CentersThis course will introduce the student to CNC turning centers. Programming, tooling, setup, and operation of CNC turning centers will be emphasized.3CNC Operators Certificate, or equivalent industry experience with instructors approvalMACH2435View
The House as an Integrated SystemThis course will introduce the student to building-science principles and how a building works as a system. This course also identifies the relationship between a building, it's various mechanical systems and the environment.4NoneCARP2010View
Circuit DesignThis course will introduce the student to basics in the selection of hydraulic components, proper circuit design techniques and tools to help solve common application problems. Common hydraulic components such as pumps, motors and valves will be thoroughly explained, along with proper applications and sizing techniques. Circuits and components related to both mobile and industrial applications will be discussed. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to design and plumb simple hydraulic circuits involving fixed and variable pumps, pressure control circuits and speed control circuits. The student will also have a better understanding of systems which will increase the ability to troubleshoot existing equipment and determine solutions to problems. This course is intended for hydraulic sales personnel, plant engineers, design engineers, service technicians and drafting and fluid power students.3FLPW1106FLPW2180View
Instrumentation and Process Control IIThis course will introduce the student to basic process control theory including the fundamentals of process control loops and tuning. Troubleshooting techniques will be discussed and applied on manufacturing equipment. Students will utilized various software packages to construct and analyze systems. Integration of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC's), Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) and motor controllers will be discussed. This course will focus on the instrumentation and process control system as utilized on packaging machinery, automation systems, and robotics.3ARET2560ARET2580View
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
AutoCADThis course will introduce the student to basic AutoCAD techniques used in creating geometric shapes. Software orientation, basic commands, geometry creation, dimensioning, text, display and plotting will be covered.4Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901CBTG1170View
Sheet MetalThis course will introduce the skills required to assemble duct work for air distribution in heating and air conditioning systems.2HVAC1000 and HVAC1020HVAC1030View
Room Air ConditionersThis course will introduce the skills for troubleshooting and servicing room air conditioners. 2HVAC1000, HVAC1020, HVAC1040 and HVAC1110HVAC1130View
Care and Prevention Development StrategiesThis course will introduce the responsibilities of the Community Paramedic (CP) for gathering appropriate patient/client information and maintaining accurate records, including documentation of encounters between the CP and the patient/client. The student will also learn about the CP's role in assessing health care needs and appraising health care conditions.4Instructor approval and EMSV2001EMSV2011View