DRFT-3365

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Computer skills, architectural design, drafting or engineering experience strongly recommended. Discover the essential components of Autodesk Revit while learning to create a BIM model. Lab-based course provides you with the information and practice needed to develop your confidence with this powerful design tool. Learn the Revit user interface and screen layout, documentation of the major aspects of a residential project and how to develop your building model.

Hours: 45

DRFT-3366

Prerequisite: None

Develop the necessary skills for a career in drafting. Implement drafting theory while practicing the fundamentals of technical drawing. Topics will include traditional drafting tools, multi-view sketching and more

Hours: 15

DRFT-3367

Prerequisite: None

Develop the necessary skills for a career in drafting. Implement drafting theory while practicing the fundamentals of technical drawing. Topics will include traditional drafting tools, multi-view sketching and more.

Hours: 30

DRFT-3368

Prerequisite: <p>Prerequisite: DRFT-3367. Expand your knowledge of the AutoCAD user interface. Develop precision and accuracy as you design a variety of more complex 2D drawings. Designed for users with a basic understanding of the software&#39;s most essential tools.</p>

<p> Expand your knowledge of the AutoCAD user interface. Develop precision and accuracy as you design a variety of more complex 2D drawings. Designed for users with a basic understanding of the software&#39;s most essential tools.</p>

Hours: 30

DRFT-3369

Prerequisite: DRFT-3368.

Explore the full power of AutoCAD! Discover the concepts and methods of 3D modeling within AutoCAD. Topics covered will include: 3D viewing techniques, modifying objects in 3D space and working with the User Coordinate System.

Hours: 30

INDT-3001

Prerequisite: None

Advanced exercises using the oscilloscope, DVM, and printed circuit boards. Build skills and confidence operating and troubleshooting AC circuits containing inductors, capacitors, and tuned circuits.

Hours: 40

INDT-3338

Prerequisite: None

Advanced training with hands-on lab exercises in computer controlled programmable controllers.

Hours: 40

INDT-3345

Prerequisite: None

This interactive training experience is designed to provide you with an introduction to hydraulic components and their use in hydraulic circuits. Learn to identify and install, specify and select, analyze and design industrial hydraulic systems. You will also work with advanced circuits, pressure regulators, and solenoids, and learn how the components and circuits interact.

Hours: 40

INDT-3346

Prerequisite: None

Experience a comprehensive grounding in the principles of pneumatics, types of components, and design of typical pneumatic circuits. Learn to construct complex industrial pneumatics circuits efficiently with emphasis on safety, valves, controls, actuators, timers, gauges, manifolds, motors, troubleshooting and more.

Hours: 40

INDT-3347

Prerequisite: None

Take a close look at how circuits work. Use printed circuit boards to learn basic electrical theory, meter measurements, and troubleshooting techniques.

Hours: 40

INDT-3348

Prerequisite: None

<p>Install, operate, and troubleshoot motor control circuits, including a switch, relay, and timer circuits. Take your first look at operating and troubleshooting single-phase motors.</p>

Hours: 40

INDT-3349

Prerequisite: None

Hands-on experience installing, operating and troubleshooting the motor control circuits used with DC and three-phase motors.

Hours: 40

INDT-3350

Prerequisite: INDT-3349.

Thorough instruction and lab exercises develop refined skills in installation, programming, and troubleshooting Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs).

Hours: 40

MACH-3345

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Basic computer skills and knowledge of the Cartesian Coordinate System (X,Y,Z) is required. Program CNC toolpaths using the most current version of ESPRIT CAM software. Upgrade skills in 2 and 1/2 axis and 4 axis milling, 3D milling, and 2 axis and 4 axis turning.

Hours: 40

MACH-3349

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Basic computer skills. Use SolidWorks, the powerful and widely used 3-D mechanical design automation software, to design parts quickly and accurately! Build parametric models of parts and assemblies, as well as create drawings of those parts and assemblies.

Hours: 42

MACH-3361

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Basic computer skills. CATIA is the leading product development solution for manufacturing organizations. You will design sketches and develop projects into solid modeling through building assemblies and making prints of models.

Hours: 42

MACH-3368

Prerequisite: MACH-3379.

Breakdown the fundamentals of print reading including identifying print symbols, understanding title blocks, interpreting revisions, extracting print dimensions, identifying geometric dimensions, and tolerances. Perform precision measurement techniques using common shop measuring tools such as micrometers and calipers. Book included.

Hours: 36

MACH-3371

Prerequisite: MACH-3368.

This class introduces the fundamental skills associated with the design, setup, and operation of manual milling machines. Hands-on experience with manual milling machines and practical applications are included. Book included.

Hours: 60

MACH-3375

Prerequisite: MACH-3368.

Providing you with the foundation of technical skills needed to safely operate and set up CNC Lathes, this hands-on class includes: safety, coordinate grid system, common CNC lathe operations and tooling, tool installation, workpiece holding, tool and work offsets, setting up and running a part, and common G codes used in CNC lathes. Book included.

Hours: 60

MACH-3376

Prerequisite: MACH-3375.

Acquire the basic skills used in common G-Code CNC Lathe Programming. Acquire hands-on practice in the following: common CNC lathe G-Codes, basic program structure, methods of programming, canned cycles for CNC common lathes, the order of operations, writing a CNC program, and running a part using a program you have written. Book included.

Hours: 60

MACH-3377

Prerequisite: MACH-3368.

Gain the essential skills needed to safely operate and set up CNC Mills. Theory and applied training include: safety, coordinate grid system, common CNC mill operations and tooling, tool installation, workpiece holding, tool and work offsets, setting up and running a part and common G-Codes used in CNC mills. Books included.

Hours: 60

MACH-3378

Prerequisite: <p>Prerequisite: MACH-3377. Designed to provide you with the basic skills used in common G-Code CNC Mill Programming. Classroom and lab instruction includes common CNC mill G-Codes, basic program structure, methods of programming, canned cycles for CNC common mills, order of operations, writing a CNC program, and running a part using a program you have written. Book included.</p>

<p> Designed to provide you with the basic skills used in common G-Code CNC Mill Programming. Classroom and lab instruction includes common CNC mill G-Codes, basic program structure, methods of programming, canned cycles for CNC common mills, order of operations, writing a CNC program, and running a part using a program you have written. Book included.</p>

Hours: 60

MACH-3379

Prerequisite: None

Explore the most essential skills needed to work in a modern machine shop: safety and math. Practice converting fractional math statements to decimal statements, adding and subtracting decimals, solving common math problems such as feed calculations, and learn to pronounce decimal statements as a machinist would say them. Class includes OSHA 10-Hour General Industry training. Book included.

Hours: 28

MACH-3380

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Basic computer skills. Improve your professional skill set by using a leading design and manufacturing software. You are introduced to basic drawing tools, geometry and curves, part features, and more. Knowledge of Feature CAM is useful in today's CNC production environment.

Hours: 39

MACH-3381

Prerequisite: MACH-3368.

Gain fundamental skills for the setup of modern manual lathes. Topics include lathe and shop safety, maintenance, components, common lathe tooling, terminology, and calculations. Hands-on applications included. Book included.

Hours: 40

MACH-3382

Prerequisite: MACH-3381.

Take your manual lathe skills to the next level. Instruction covers boring, knurling, taper turning, offset turning and calculations associated with each operation. Project will be included.

Hours: 40

MACH-3383

Prerequisite: MACH-3382.

Master threading! Basic to complex threading operations including internal and external 60-degree V-threading, general purpose ACME threading, and multiple lead threading are emphasized.

Hours: 40

MACH-3384

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Basic Computer and working knowledge of SolidWorks. Further enhance your SolidWorks skills by learning new and intricate 3-D editing techniques! Efficiently learn to model complex parts and create detailed drawings in a matter of minutes. Classroom topics will include global variables, linked dimensions, design tables and equations. Book required.

Hours: 42

MACH-3386

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Strong knowledge of SOLIDWORKS. Distinguish yourself from the competition! Become a Certified SOLIDWORKS user. Designed to include a review of the essential components with practice to better equip your successful achievement of the Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate (CSWA) credential. The successful candidate will have a strong working knowledge of SOLIDWORKS. The final session will be the 3-hour exam.

Hours: 12

NDT-3335

Prerequisite: None

Liquid Penetrant is one of the most effective tools available to quality assurance personnel. Learn the liquid penetrant testing procedures used throughout the industry including the use of visible dye, fluorescent, and dual-response penetrants, water- washable, post-emulsified, and solvent-removed processing.

Hours: 20

WELD-3353

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Previous welding training. Receive 20 hours of welding lab use and expert instruction during your approved and scheduled time to hone your skills. PPE required.

Hours: 20

WELD-3363

Prerequisite: WELD-3386.

PPE required.

Hours: 42

WELD-3390

Prerequisite: WELD-3386.

Acquire technical steps of welding safety, gas metal arc welding metal transfer, shielding gasses, and equipment adjustments. Perform multiple pass fillet welds and groove welds on carbon steel plate in all positions. PPE required.

Hours: 42

WELD-3391

Prerequisite: WELD-3386.

Produce fillet and groove welds on carbon steel plate in all positions. PPE required.

Hours: 42

WELD-3395

Prerequisite: WELD-3386.

Explore the TIG processes for arc characteristics and safety. Weld on mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. PPE required.

Hours: 42

WELD-3396

Prerequisite: None

Prepare yourself to take the AWS/CWI Inspector Certification Exam.

Hours: 56

WELD-3401

Prerequisite: WELD-3386.

Arc welding, welding safety, power sources, electrode classifications and selection of materials are explored. Skill training in all positions on mild steel material with DC welding current and some AC are included. Selected electrodes will be used to perform surfacing welds, as well as single and multiple pass fillet welds. PPE required.

Hours: 42