CNST-3346

Prerequisite: None

Designed to provide hands-on training in most phases of home repair and maintenance, you will learn the proper use of hand and power tools, carpentry basics, drywall, electrical, concrete and other projects as time allows.

Tuition $195

Hours: 30

CNST-3347

Prerequisite: CNST-3346.

Required Skills/Experience: Basic knowledge of hand tools. Take your home repair knowledge to the next level. Subjects covered in this hands-on class include rafters and roofing framing, window and door installation, flooring, tiling, roof shingling, and cabinetry.

Tuition $109

Hours: 15

CNST-3349

Prerequisite: None

Tired of looking at the small dents, cracks or holes in your walls? This hands-on class will prepare you to fix damage to your drywall with instruction in industry-proven techniques and proper material needed to achieve expert results! Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $35

Hours: 4

CNST-3350

Prerequisite: None

Paint has the power to transform the look of your house in less time and with less cash than any other remodeling project. Practice the tips and tricks professional painters use to take the messy and misery out of your next painting project. Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $35

Hours: 4

CNST-3354

Prerequisite: None

Countertops looking a little dated? Remove and replace laminate counters. Make your kitchens, bath and laundry rooms, and bar tops "Pop" with new laminate in this hands-on training. Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $79

Hours: 8

CNST-3355

Prerequisite: None

Want to improve the look of your home's exterior? Have a rental property in need of repair? Learn how to prepare walls, layout vinyl siding and trim on an existing structure in this "How To" class! Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $35

Hours: 4

CNST-3361

Prerequisite: None

Do you want to spruce up your yard or patio and make sitting outside comfortable on a sunny day? Perform basic construction techniques and skills needed to build your own shade structure. Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $129

Hours: 16

CNST-3362

Prerequisite: None

Basic roofing repair skills come in handy especially after strong Oklahoma winds come sweeping across your home. Identify different roof structures. Practice replacing damaged shingles, flashing, and sealing techniques.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $35

Hours: 4

CNST-3363

Prerequisite: None

Laying ceramic tile the right way can be an art. Explore the techniques of proper measuring, estimating, cutting, spacing, and grouting. Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $79

Hours: 8

CNST-3365

Prerequisite: None

Future carpenters wanted. Construct a 10'X10' shed with ceiling joists and a door in this fast paced, hands-on class. Knowledge of hand and power tools recommended.

Tuition $119

Hours: 15

CNST-3372

Prerequisite: None

Just bought an old house that could use a facelift? Learn to measure, cut and install crown molding, door/window and baseboard trim the right way.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $35

Hours: 4

CNST-3373

Prerequisite: None

Replace that flooring with beautiful new flooring. Want to be able to install the new floor yourself? Learn how to install a variety of flooring materials. Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $79

Hours: 8

CNST-3375

Prerequisite: None

Ceramic tile improves the look and feel of any bathroom. Learn how to measure and layout your tub or shower space properly. Skills emphasized include estimating, cutting, spacing, and grouting techniques. Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $79

Hours: 8

CNST-3376

Prerequisite: None

Take the guesswork out of door and window replacement. Everything you need to know to replace and hang a door the right way plus instruction including removal of existing windows, installing new windows and associated trim work! Bring safety glasses.

Tuition $59

Hours: 6

CNST-3377

Prerequisite: None

Discover the basics of window installation from handling, cutting, sealants, measurements, hardware, and safety to installing glass in windows and on surfaces. Explore job estimating tasks with customers to determine project requirements or to provide cost estimates.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $89

Hours: 12

ELTC-3355

Prerequisite: None

Don't be intimidated by minor electrical repairs for your home. With step-by-step instructions on troubleshooting and repair of fixtures, outlets, ceiling fans and more, you will feel confident in no time! Bring safety glasses.

Tuition $35

Hours: 4

ELTC-3356

Prerequisite: None

Photo ID required. Cover new Electric Code Updates as put forth by OK CIB. NFPA 70 NEC 2014 or 2017 Book suggested.

Tuition $79

Hours: 6

ELTC-3359

Prerequisite: None

Ready to get started in the electrical trades? Begin with the basics of safety, tools, and equipment, and then move on to measurements, interpreting schematics, and wiring basics circuits, terminations, switches, and receptacles.

Book cost $75

Supply fee $25

Tuition $325

Hours: 42

ELTC-3360

Prerequisite: ELTC-3359.

Build on your basic electrical knowledge by exploring several electrical lighting installation methods with an emphasis on performing these tasks according to Code rules. Projects will include single pole lighting, 3-way lighting, 4-way lighting, and wiring receptacles and outlets.

Book cost $105

Tuition $325

Hours: 42

ELTC-3361

Prerequisite: ELTC-3360.

Take your electrical installation skills to the next level by practicing wiring and installing a variety of common electrical projects - including ceiling fans, exhaust fans, smoke and motion detectors, dimmers, doorbells, appliance branch circuits, underground installations, NEMA ratings, and types of receptacles.

Tuition $325

Hours: 42

ELTC-3362

Prerequisite: None

Enhance your electrical skills by stepping into the world of wiring for low voltage systems. This includes jobs such as security and fire alarm systems and communication cabling for data, voice, video, coax, and cat 5 as well.

Book cost $135

Tuition $325

Hours: 42

ELTC-3363

Prerequisite: ELTC-3362.

Investigate the applications of the National Electrical Code to residential wiring. Areas covered include; wiring methods, receptacle placement, lighting, box sizing, branch circuit calculations, equipment grounding, AFCI and GFCI requirements, and wire ampacity calculations.

Tuition $325

Hours: 42

ELTC-3364

Prerequisite: ELTC-3363.

This class introduces students to the various types of service entrance equipment used in electrical residential wiring. It also covers the National Electrical Code requirements for service-entrance load calculations, grounding and bonding.

Tuition $325

Hours: 42

HVAC-3334

Prerequisite: None

Determine the correct capacity of heating and cooling equipment using the ACCA Manual J method, both manually and utilizing a computer. Plus an introduction to psychometrics.

Book cost $95

Tuition $275

Hours: 40

HVAC-3335

Prerequisite: HVAC-3334.

Identify calculations required for residential air distribution and duct sizing using ACCA Manual D. Indoor air quality is also included.

Book cost $75

Tuition $275

Hours: 40

HVAC-3336

Prerequisite: None

Discover fundamental principles and applications of refrigeration. You'll get hands-on experience through lab activities, shop demonstrations, and mechanical mock-up simulations.

Book cost $225

Tuition $395

Hours: 60

HVAC-3338

Prerequisite: None

Discover the effects of voltage, amperage, and resistance on electrical controls, motors, and wiring diagrams. In the lab, you'll practice how to wire components of heating and air conditioning systems. Class includes OSHA-10 Construction Industry Training.

Book cost $225

Supply fee $25

Tuition $395

Hours: 60

HVAC-3339

Prerequisite: HVAC-3335.

Proper installation, service, and repair of residential air conditioning units is the emphasis of this class.

Tuition $275

Hours: 40

HVAC-3340

Prerequisite: HVAC-3335.

Learn how to install, service and repair all types of home heating systems; natural gas, propane, or electrical resistance.

Book cost $225

Tuition $275

Hours: 40

HVAC-3341

Prerequisite: HVAC-3339, HVAC-3340.

Topics covered are design, installation, and maintenance of heat pumps. Hands-on experience troubleshooting wiring problems during lab exercises.

Book cost $225

Tuition $275

Hours: 40

HVAC-3342

Prerequisite: None

Successfully complete the EPA Section 608 Certification of the Federal Clean Air Act for handling regulated refrigerants exam. Content includes Core, Type I, Type II, Type III, and Universal. Upon enrollment, you will receive a preparatory manual, study guide, and access to free online practice exams. Instruction is in English; however exams are available in Spanish. Format is lecture and open discussion with NO hands-on recovery training. Manual and Exam Fee required.

Book cost $30

Tuition $89

Hours: 8

HVAC-3343

Prerequisite: None

Prepare for the Mechanical Journeyman License exam by learning the standards, regulations, and applications of the current code versions. You will also review Math for Plumbers and Pipefitters and the Code of Federal Regulations. Home computer and internet access required.

Book cost $335

Tuition $245

Hours: 40

HVAC-3352

Prerequisite: None

Hands-on class covers different types of low-pressure boilers and chillers using both hot water and steam; includes boiler components, accessories, and specialty tools, both centrifugal and absorption chillers.

Book cost $95

Tuition $195

Hours: 30

HVAC-3353

Prerequisite: HVAC-3352.

In-depth information on proper start-up and shut-down procedures of boiler operations and maintenance is focused on during this class. An overview of boiler components, accessories and tools wrap-up the content.

Book cost $100

Tuition $195

Hours: 30

HVAC-3354

Prerequisite: None

Instructional areas included: operation, service and some repair of larger capacity units typically found in commercial applications; including hermetic and semi-hermetic compressors, reciprocating, scroll and screw compressor applications.

Book cost $225

Tuition $275

Hours: 40

HVAC-3355

Prerequisite: None

Topics included are refrigeration cycle and components of refrigeration systems including metering devices, evaporators, compressors, condensers, accessories, and access valves.

Book cost $225

Tuition $275

Hours: 40

HVAC-3359

Prerequisite: None

This class has been approved by the Construction Industries Board Mechanical Examining Committee for 6 hours of CE credit. Photo ID required.

Tuition $75

Hours: 6

MSRY-3341

Prerequisite: None

Build with your own two hands. Get demonstrations and hands-on practice mixing and spreading mortar, laying bricks, rocks, and cinder blocks to a line and with a level.

Tuition $89

Hours: 12

MSRY-3345

Prerequisite: MSRY-3341.

Cozy up to your hand-built fire pit after mastering the Masonry Fundamentals class.

Tuition $49

Hours: 9

MSRY-3346

Prerequisite: MSRY-3341.

Have the best yard in the neighborhood when you build your own flower bed after mastering the Masonry Fundamentals class.

Tuition $49

Hours: 9

MSRY-3347

Prerequisite: MSRY-3341 Build your own safe and secure mailbox after mastering the Masonry Fundamentals class.

Tuition $49

Hours: 9

PLMB-3344

Prerequisite: None

Designed to provide foundational skills and knowledge for a career in the plumbing profession, this class will prepare you with essential training in important safety measures and math concepts you will use in all phase of the plumbing trade. Class includes OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry training.

Book cost $130

Supply fee $25

Tuition $299

Hours: 40

PLMB-3345

Prerequisite: PLMB-3344.

Discover the appropriate selection, use, and application of fixtures, fittings and valves used in a variety of plumbing applications. You will also learn the correct use of plumbing tools and practice how to properly measure, cut, join, and install pipe and tubing.

Book cost $70

Tuition $475

Hours: 60

PLMB-3346

Prerequisite: PLMB-3345.

Discover important facets of the drain waste and vent system including design, installation, connecting, testing and more; installing roof, floor and area drains will also be covered. You will also learn the functions of the water distribution system and identify proper techniques for locating, installing, and testing complete water service and distribution systems. Other topics of discussion include sewage and sump pumps, corrosive resistant waste, and compressed air.

Book cost $110

Supply fee $10

Tuition $299

Hours: 40

PLMB-3347

Prerequisite: PLMB-3346.

Discover important facets of the drain waste and vent system including design, installation, connecting, testing and more; installing roof, floor and area drains will also be covered. You will also learn the functions of the water distribution system and identify proper techniques for locating, installing, and testing complete water service and distribution systems. Other topics of discussion include sewage and sump pumps, corrosive resistant waster and compressed air.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $299

Hours: 40

PLMB-3348

Prerequisite: PLMB-3347.

Identify how to read and interpret construction drawings and explore additional topics including how to size water supply systems, principles and hazards of backflow, and design, installation and troubleshooting booster and recirculating systems.

Book cost $40

Supply fee $10

Tuition $299

Hours: 40

PLMB-3349

Prerequisite: PLMB-3348.

Gain an understanding of quality practices in service plumbing including diagnosis and repair procedures for the most common services calls. You will also review concepts and practices essential for a competitive, successful plumbing business.

Book cost $25

Tuition $299

Hours: 40

PLMB-3350

Prerequisite: PLMB-3349 or 3 years recent trade experience.

Learn how the codes are written, adopted, modified and implemented. In addition, prepare for the Oklahoma Plumbing Journeyman and Gas exam by learning the standards, regulations, and applications of the current code versions. You will also review Math for Plumbers and Pipefitters and the Code of Federal Regulations.

Book cost $355

Tuition $475

Hours: 60

PLMB-3351

Prerequisite: None

From tough clogs to leaky bowls and tanks, many common toilet problems are easy to fix! Practice repairing the most common toilet issues and also learn to install a new one. Bring safety glasses.

Tuition $35

Hours: 4

PLMB-3352

Prerequisite: None

Plumbing problems got you down? Don't be driven crazy by that dripping leaky faucet. Fix leaks, clogged toilets, clogged drains, and snake a drain like a pro. Bring safety glasses.

Tuition $79

Hours: 8

PLMB-3353

Prerequisite: None

This class is approved by the Construction Industries Board Plumbing Examining Committee for 6 hours of CE credit. Topics will include coverage of the new 2015 Plumbing and Fuel Gas Codes. Photo ID required.

Tuition $75

Hours: 6

WELD-3027

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Must be able to MIG weld. Discover the proper techniques in TIG welding to use your creativity to make home/craft projects. Learn about metallurgy, the basics of TIG welding, running beads and welding a variety of metals. PPE required. Bring safety glasses and welding gloves. Wear long sleeve cotton shirt, long pants and closed toe shoes.

Supply fee $25

Tuition $175

Hours: 32

WELD-3386

Prerequisite: None

Thinking about welding but don't know where to start? Explore tools and equipment along with hands on-training. Identify safety procedures used in today's industry. You will also be orientated to oxy-fuel, plasma arc, and air carbon arc cutting processes as well as proper safety practices. PPE required. Class includes OSHA-10 Construction Industry Training.

Supply fee $25

Tuition $295

Hours: 42

WELD-3399

Prerequisite: None

Making art projects is easy with basic welding skills designed to teach you best safety practices, machine operations, metallurgy, and cutting processes. Discover how to bead, tack, and fillet welds to make sculpture projects.

Supply fee $25

Tuition $175

Hours: 32

WELD-3400

Prerequisite: None

Are you a welding hobbyists needing to brush up on your skills? This class covers safety, oxyfuel, MIG, and cutting. Start/work on a project with instructor approval.

Tuition $295

Hours: 42