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TitleCourseCost
Warehouse Forklift TrainingCNSE 1003$200
In this one day combination classroom hands on training students will learn safety operation procedures, OSHA regulations and certification on the following forklift equipment: Yale (4900 lb. Capacity), Daewoo (4450 lb. Capacity) and Pallet Jack (non-motorized).
Construction Forklift TrainingCNSE 1003$200
In this one day combination classroom hands on training students will learn safety operation procedures, OSHA regulations and certification on the following forklift equipment: Sky Trak 6000 lb / 36’.
Forklift Re-CertificationCNSE 1003$100
Our Re-Certification Forklift Training course is the top choice option for those individuals who may already carry a forklift certification credential that is near expiration or hasn’t been expired for more than a calendar year. Proof of prior certification is required to partake in the Forklift Re-Certification Course.
AutoCAD BasicDFTG 1014$440
The AutoCAD Basic course will give an Introduction to AutoCAD software by teaching you how to set-up units, limits, grid and snap, create layers and assign color and line-type to each layer using Dtext; construct one drawing using limits, layers, line, grid, copy, more array snap, zoom, solid, Dtext and save.
AutoCAD IntermediateDFTG 1050$400
The AutoCAD Intermediate is a continuation of the AutoCAD Basic course. The course will cover creating, storing, and retrieving predefined components. It will include dimensioning, blocks, scaling, plotting, commands, isometric drawings, and polylines.
3D AutoCAD DFTG 2004$450
3D AutoCAD is a continuation of the AutoCAD Intermediate course.This 30 hour course will cover creating 3D objects from 2D sketches and using 3D modeling techniques. Students will learn how to take a 2D sketch and project into 3D objects. Students will also learn how to use the Boolean operations to model objects based on basic geometric shapes. Additional topics of instruction include how to modify the WCS (World Coordinate System) and use as a UCS (User Coordinate System) as the project requires.
Aerial Lift TrainingOSHT 1011$200
In this one day combination classroom hands on training students our students will learn safety operation procedures, OSHA regulations and certification on a 40’ Straight In-line Boom lift.
10-Hour Construction IndustryOSHT 1015$110
The 10-Hour Construction Industry course is designed for anyone involved in construction operations. Topics include: fall protection, tool safety, personal protective equipment and hazard communication.
30-Hour OSHA-Construction IndustryOSHT 1015$320
The extensive 30-Hour OSHA- Construction industry course is designed for anyone involved in constructions operations. The course will extensively cover the topics including but not limited to: fall protection, tool safety, personal protective equipment and hazard communication.
Combination Welding CourseWLDG 1023$2700
Upon the successful completion of our combination welding course, students will be able to: discuss the different types of welding. Explain welding safety practices, involving Material Safety Data Sheets, the Hazardous Communications Act, and OSHA; list hazards associated with welding equipment and processes and identify hazards associated with gasses, fluxes, electrodes, equipment and interpret a MSDS. The course will teach the students how to use and maintain tools and equipment while practicing welding shop safety and name the different welding processes and explain the operation of each. The course will continue in demonstrating how to select electrodes and amperage setting for various thicknesses of metal and welding positions. Instruction will cover defining the principles of arc welding; and explain electrode classification. Also included in this course will be how to perform SMAW operations in various positions using selected electrodes and different joint designs. Students will be able to describe the effect of preheat and post-weld heating; explain precautions used when welding various metals and alloys and distinguish between qualification and certification procedures. Identify and discuss problems of welding discontinuities and demonstrate how to perform open groove welds with mild steel and low alloys electrodes in all positions.