Sat, Sep 19
8:00am - 12:30pm Eastern Time
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The 4 hour Scaffold User & Refresher course is required for all workers using supported scaffolds on construction sites in New York City, as per Local Law 52. This course explains the basic elements of supported scaffold safety and introduces students to the nature of supported scaffold hazards. Topics include scaffold inspections, recognizing...
Saturday Sep 19th, 8am - 12:30pm Eastern Time
BAR Specified Diagnostic and Repair Training is intended to provide students a high level of competency in the diagnosis and repair of Smog Check failures. This training focuses on the areas of electrical/electronic systems and engine and emission control performance. Students with at least two years of engine performance repair experience and who...
Thursday Sep 3rd, 6:30pm - 10:30pm Pacific Time(18 sessions)
This course is designed to teach individuals how to physically install solar panels and the balance of components, including inverters, charge controllers, and battery banks for grid-tied and off-grid systems. This IREC Accredited course includes hands-on solar panel installation training and counts toward the NABCEP Advanced Training requirement...
Many homeowners think of a heating system as “the monster in the basement,” but in reality, heating systems are not as intimidating as they may seem. In this class, we’ll cover hot water, forced hot air, and steam systems. We’ll explain how the furnace or boiler generates heat and how it is transported to your living area. You’ll receive...
This is a beginner, entry level course designed for the electrical apprentice or plant mechanic that wants to learn more about the electrical industry. This course covers trouble shooting and repair with hands-on residential training.
This course is designed to prepare a student to sit for his/her Journeyman Electrician Exam administered through the Massachusetts Electrician's Board: provided the student has met the hours in the field and the required hours of classroom training. The class work is based on National Electrical Code.
The course is designed for the student who has already completed the 300 hour Journeymen Electrician I and needs to complete the additional 300 hours. This course will complete the required number of hours and in order to sit for the Journeyman Electrician Exam the student will also need to complete the required hours in the field.
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