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Refrigerating System Operating Engineer I

This course is designed primarily to assist individuals in preparing for NYC’s Refrigerating Machine Operator licensing examination. Minimal laboratory work is involved. It provides lecture and review in the fundamentals of refrigeration equipment. Includes a review of tube and pipe joining, gauges, refrigerant charging, system evacuation and dehydration...

$1,010
27 sessions
T.Sa.   Sep 20th, 6pm
Beginner
(30)
Refrigerating System Operating Engineer II

This course is a continuation of Refrigerating System Operating Engineer I, a lecture/review in operating technique for commercial and industrial air conditioning. Includes review of trouble-shooting, installation procedures, operating techniques for chillers, and appropriate New York City and ASHRAE codes. Prerequisite: one year industry experience...

$1,010
30 sessions
T.Sa.   Jan 10th, 6pm
Intermediate
(30)
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Fundamentals of HVAC Electrical Controls

This course provides an introduction to electrical controls in both heating and air conditioning systems. It includes thermostats, relays, transformers, low water cutoff, primary controls, automatic feeders, wiring, and interpreting wire diagrams. Prerequisite: Some HVAC experience or the permission of the instructor is required. Note: Price...

$470
13 sessions
F.   Sep 23rd, 6pm
Beginner
(30)
Basic Electrical Maintenance

The course is designed for building superintendents and maintenance personnel in multi-unit housing structures. This lab based course teaches students routine electrical repairs and how to communicate problems to management and electrical contractors. The course explains fuses and circuit breakers, lighting fixtures, receptacles and switches, basic...

$1,320
27 sessions
F.   Sep 23rd, 6pm
All levels
(30)

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Fundamentals of Electricity I

Introduction to the basic principles of direct current circuits. topics include: engineering notation, series, parallel and series/parallel circuits. Students will learn about current, voltage, resistance and DC theory through lectures, demonstrations and hand-on experience. Hands-on experiments include: measurement techniques and troubleshooting...

$415
11 sessions
Sa.   Oct 1st, 9am
Beginner
(30)
Everyday Electricity You Can Do Yourself

How to replace a fuse, change an outlet, install a fixture, test for power and splice a wire. Note: Price Includes $20 Registration Fee

$90
W.   Oct 26th, 6pm
All levels
(30)
Refrigerant Recovery Preparation & Exam

Test preparation and administration of approved Universal certification examination by an approved EPA refrigerant recovery test originator. Students must purchase a prep book. Students may repeat exams as needed for cost of test only. Universal Examinations are given in English. Note: Price includes $20 registration fee.

$190
5 sessions
Th.   Jan 5th, 6pm
Beginner
(30)
Dual Fuel Burners & Steam & Hot Water Boilers & Systems

This lecture/lab course details the production and use of hot water and steam from the efficient combustion of gas versus fuel oil, through energy conversion in heat exchangers. Includes steam traps, condensate return systems, piping, valves and pumps and controls.  Prerequisite: ECX 106 or equivalent. Note: Price Includes $20 Registration ...

$445
10 sessions
Sa.   Jan 7th, 9am
Intermediate
(30)
Fundamentals of Electricity II

Continuation of Fundamentals of Electricity 1; Introduction to alternating current and semiconductor. Topics include: series and parallel in AC, AC theory, capacitors, inductors, transformers, diodes and its application. At the end of the course students will know how to design a working power supply that will convert from AC to DC and troubleshoot....

$415
10 sessions
Sa.   Jan 7th, 9am
Intermediate
(30)
Refrigeration Mechanics

A combination laboratory & lecture course in the operation and service of refrigerating equipment. Topics include soldering, brazing, tube and pipe joining and bending, gauge installation, refrigerant charging, system evacuation and dehydration and analysis of refrigeration cycle compression. Electrical issues covered include schematic wiring diagrams,...

$2,045
24 sessions
Sa.   Jan 7th, 8am
All levels
(30)
Maginot Line: Triumph of Military Engineering

Maginot Line - a defensive barrier or strategy that inspires a false sense of security. Merriam-Webster Dictionary. It was said of the French “poilu” (soldiers) by the Germans who fought them for four bloody years in the trenches of western Europe during “The Great War” (a/k/a “First World War”) that they were: “Lions led by Donkeys.”...

$235
M.   Aug 15th, 9am
All levels
(20)
Wind Energy Systems

Modern wind turbines, predominately in the megawatt class, generate electricity at a competitive cost compared to power fired from oil, gas, coal, or nuclear power without the resultant pollution problems. Explore available wind machines and their capabilities; the history of wind energy systems; modern wind machines; case studies of installations;...

$217
M.   Sep 26th, 9am
Advanced
(24)
Environmental Site Investigation and Remediation

Examine the process of researching a property for a history of potential environmental concerns; completing the site investigation process; understanding the types of chemicals that are typically identified during the investigation process; and learn the types of actions to take.

$321
Th.   Oct 6th, 9am
Advanced
(24)
Energy Benchmarking

New York City Local Law 84, signed by Mayor Bloomberg on December 28, 2009, requires that as of May 1, 2010, buildings over 50,000 square feet are required to bench-mark annually their energy and water usage. Energy benchmarking is an accounting determination of energy and water usage in a facility. Examine which buildings are affected and discuss...

$217
M.   Nov 7th, 9am
Advanced
(24)
Building Operation, Maintenance & Recordkeeping

This Building Operations, Maintenance and Recordkeeping (BOMR) continuing education course is required of all Refrigerating Systems Operating Engineers (RSOE) who hold the Certificate of Qualification and must complete an application for renewal on or after January 1, 2016.

$115
2 sessions
Sa.   Oct 22nd, 9am
All levels
(30)
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