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Plumbing Fixture InstallationStudents will study the assembly, installation and repair of various types and styles of plumbing fixtures for residential and commercial buildings. Safe methods of handling, installing and repairing fixtures in accordance with Minnesota State Plumbing Code and general industry accepted standards will be emphasized.3PLBG1035PLBG1050View
Plumbing SystemsStudents will study sizing, service and installation of hot water heaters, hydronic heating systems, water softening systems, backflow prevention systems and water and sewage pumps. Students will study proper sequence and operation of gas and electric hot water heaters and boilers, also water softening equipment.3PLBG1035PLBG1041View
Pneumatic Circuits and Air LogicStudents will construct pneumatic circuits which will provide practical knowledge of component identification and circuit construction. The student will gain experience connecting, troubleshooting and maintaining pneumatic components and circuits.4FLPW1101 or concurrent and FLPW1150FLPW1340View
Pneumatic ComponentsThis course is the study of the function and application of air compressors, vacuum pumps, air motors, cylinders, limited rotation actuators, directional valves, pressure and flow control valves used in industrial systems today. Various compressor designs will be discussed and inspected for wear. Students will use precision measuring tools and identify overhaul procedures for various components. The pneumatic power circuit and the how to test an operating system will be covered. Persons involved with machine design, drafting, maintenance, production, automation, packaging, plastics and engineering technologies should consider this course.4NoneFLPW1150View
Pneumatic ControlsIn this course students will be introduced to pneumatic controls. Content will contain the various pneumatic controllers, sensors and related devices. Theory of operation will also be covered.2HVAC1040HVAC2020View
Pneumatic Specialist Certification ExamStudents who pass the national Pneumatic Specialist Exam are certified as Pneumatic Specialists. Students who pass both the national Pneumatic Specialist Exam and the national Hydraulic Specialist Exam are certified as Fluid Power Specialists. Students must pay a separate fee for both exams to the Fluid Power Society. 0Instructor approvalFLPW2460View
Pneumatic Specialist Certification ReviewThis course is designed to prepare and review for the national Pneumatic Specialist Certification test. There will be a study guide with many practice problems to solve along with lecture time. It is intended for an individual who has two years of technical training or adequate industrial experience and/or mechanical engineering background. Areas to be covered will include individual hydraulic and pneumatic components, air logic, proportional and servo valves, physics, circuit design, troubleshooting, instrumentation, sound measurement, electricity and conductors.2NoneFLPW2360View
Point to Point MachiningThis course will cover the operation of a Point to Point Machining Center. Areas of study will include machine safety,start up, tool set up, programming, and fixturing. The student will manufacture a variety of parts through the entirety of this course.3CBTG1170CBTG2551View
Police Report Writing/InterviewThis course establishes the learner’s ability to write police reports in a detailed, chronological order using proper format. Emphasis is placed on spelling, grammar, punctuation, and the ability to get clear and concise meaning throughout the report. Additionally, students will learn the proper techniques in interviewing.2Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2235View
Police Response and Human BehaviorThis course is designed to integrate the academic and applied aspects of the basic patrol function for a police patrol officer. Included in this class is the in-depth examination of a patrol officer's duties, functions, and responsibilities, as well as a variety of other practical aspects. These include, but are not limited to, vehicle stops, traffic enforcement, domestics, officer stress, pedestrian contacts, officer safety issues, and other duties as they relate to the basic patrol function. 3Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2241View