Construction Trades Course Schedule
|129162||CFC Refrigerant Certification||8/10-8/24||Sa||8a-2:30p||$75||KVW 105A|
|129268||GMAW (MIG) Plate Welding||8/16-11/23||F|
|129743||Shielded Metal Arc Welding||9/6-11/15||F||6p-10p||$185.55||MW 101|
|129498||Blueprint Reading||9/9-9/18||MW||6p-9p||$75||GS 301|
|129174||Basic Electrical Wiring Level I||9/10-10/31||TTh||6p-9p||$130.55||VEW 153|
|129301||Framing & Carpentry||9/14-11/9||Sa||8a-2:30p||$130.55||CIT 133|
|129168||HVAC Preventative Maintenance||10/5-11/16||Sa||8a-4:30p||$130.55||KVW 105A|
|129241||Lead Renovation Paint & Repair||10/9||W||8a-5p||$195||Ayden VT|
|129501||Intro to AutoCAD||10/14-10/23||MW||6p-9p||$75||GS 402|
|129240||16-Hr Electrical License Renewal||12/6-12/7||FSa||8a-5p||$75||Ayden VT|
Pre-Licensing trade classes are available on demand! Call Gail Nichols at 252.493.7625 or Wendy Dunbar at 252.493.7528 if interested. Learn more about Construction Trades here.
Become certified in lead-safe practices! You will be able to renovate, repair or paint a pre-1978 dwelling. Instructor: Ray Hardee. 8 hours. Cost: $195
This course provides the 8 or 16 hours of continuing education required by the North Carolina Electrical Board to maintain a current electrical license. Instructor: Ray Hardee. 16 hours. Cost: $75
This class will provide you with a basic understanding of Electrical Wiring in relation to Residential Construction. 48 hours. Cost: $130.55
If you have taken Basic Electrical Wiring – Level I and are looking to continue your learning, this class is for you! We will build upon the skills you learned in Level I as they relate to bending pipe, as well as running conduit. Instructor: Jeff Vaughan. 16 hours. Cost: $130.55
Learn the basics in building materials and tools, as well as OSHA safety rules and basic blueprint reading. Instructor: Donnie Mozingo. Tuition aid is available for those who qualify. 48 hours. Cost: $130.55
Explore a basic introduction to TIG, Fillet Welds, Butts, and lap joints. You will learn to weld a T-Joint and corner as well as a Flat V-Groove and numerous positions. You will also be introduced to Aluminum. Instructors: Kirk Newkirk and Robert Jimenez. 60 hours. Cost: $185.55.
Introduction to metal arc welding processes. You will learn to perform fillet welds on carbon steel with prescribed electrodes in the flat, horizontal, vertical, overhead, and flat groove. 60 hours. Cost: $185.55.
You will be introduced to the basic principles of blueprint reading. Topics will include line types, orthographic projections, dimensioning methods, and notes. Upon completion, you should be able to interpret basic blueprints and visualize the features of a part. Instructor: Baerik Campbell. 12 hours. Cost: $75
Learn more about the SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding) process. Emphasis is placed on padding, fillet, and groove welds in various positions with SMAW electrodes. Upon completion, you will be able to perform SMAW fillet and groove welds on carbon plate with prescribed electrodes as well as be able to oxy-fuel cut metals of varying thickness. Offered in English and Spanish. Instructor: Charles Newkirk. Location: MW 101. 40 hours. Cost: $185.55.
You will be introduced to the metal arc welding processes. Topics include equipment setup, fillet, and groove welds with emphases on application of GMAW electrodes on carbon steel plate. Upon completion, you should be able to perform fillet welds on carbon steel with prescribed electrodes in the flat, horizontal, vertical, overhead and flat groove. Long pants and closed toe shoes are required. Taught in English and Spanish. Location: MW 102. 96 hours. Cost: $185.55.
You will be introduced to the gas tungsten (TIG) arc welding processes. Emphasis will be placed on advancing skills with the GTAW process, making groove welds on carbon steel plate and pipe in various positions. Upon completion, you should be able to perform groove welds with prescribed electrodes on various join geometry. Long pants and steel toe shoes are required. Taught in English and Spanish. Location: MW 102. 68 hours. Cost: $185.55.
Are you interested in learning about refrigeration concepts? Through hands-on training, you will learn basic diagnostics and preventative maintenance for residential HVAC systems. A CFC certification will be offered to those who pass the EPA exam. You will need to wear closed toe boots and long pants. Also required are safety glasses and mechanic gloves. Location: KVW 105. 48 hours. Cost: $130.55
This course covers the requirements for the EPA certification examinations. Topics include small appliances, high pressure systems, and low pressure systems. Upon completion, you should be able to demonstrate knowledge of refrigerants and be prepared for the EPA certification examinations. Location: KVW 105A. 18 hours. Cost: $75
You will be introduced to basic 2D drafting commands through AutoCAD software. Topics include orthographic drawing, editing drawings, file management, layout, scaling and plotting files. Upon completion, you should be able to produce and plot a 2D mechanical or architectural CAD drawing. Instructor: Baerik Campbell. 12 hours. Cost: $75