This is a hands-on class that covers basic and intermediate concepts of AutoCAD software. Students will learn to use the basic drawings and editing commands to set up, draw, modify and dimension architectural, mechanical and civil drawings. Students will increase their speed and proficiency with AutoCAD.
This course provides instruction related to the core skills used by carpenters in residential and commercial settings. Topics include safety, work ethic, interview skills, hand/power tool use, site preparation, measurement and layout, footings and foundations, construction framing, and other related topics.
This four-level/four-year program taught using the NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) curriculum and books, and is NCCER Certified.
The Electrical Lineworker Training Program is a 10-week course designed to prepare you for a challenging, interesting and HIGH PAYING career as an electrical lineman.
Fire Alarm Systems Training is a program to produce competent and qualified individuals. It is our belief that properly trained and knowledgeable fire alarm system designers and technicians will reduce the losses due to fire or false alarms and improve the quality of life in their community.
In this course, students will learn basic business practices and knowledge of general contracting in the state of North Carolina. This course will also prepare students who are ready to take the General Contractor’s Licensing Exam.
A LEED credential denotes proficiency in today’s sustainable design, construction, and operations standards. This self-paced course introduces key concepts and terms to prepare learners to earn their LEED® Green Associate v4™ accreditation. The course is divided into modules that explain LEED® process, LEED® certification, and the knowledge domains associated with the seven LEED® rating systems, in a simple and straightforward way that can be quickly and easily understood.
Many job creators ask their workers to obtain an OSHA card. This often refers to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Outreach Training Program’s 10-hour and 30-hour safety courses. The 10-hour safety course covers general safety and health hazards for entry-level workers. The 30-hour safety course provides a greater variety of safety subjects and in-depth, industry-specific training and is intended for supervisors and workers with safety and health responsibility. While fraudulent actors may advertise OSHA 10-hour training, only OSHA-authorized trainers can issue course completion cards at the end of the training.
This course is designed to cover the basic installation and maintenance of plumbing systems and components. Topics include safe use of tools, implementation of standard practices, and installation/maintenance of piping, fittings, valves, appliances, and fixtures used in plumbed systems.
This 80-hour course is designed to meet the educational requirements for a provisional broker as prescribed by the NC Real Estate Commission. Topics include basic real estate principles and practices, law and contracts, financing, closing valuation, fair housing, and real estate laws. For more information, go to www.ncrec.state.nc.us.
The program consists of four courses of the specialized classroom and practical hands-on training in the laboratory. Through Welding Fundamentals, MIG, Stick, and TIG, welding students are equipped with the skills the field requires. Students will learn skills and gain the knowledge needed to enter the field of welding in industrial, manufacturing, and welding shop environments.