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HEP273-Forklift Operator

This course utilizes Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to properly operate a forklift. In addition to safety best practices, participants receive hands-on opportunities to ensure each understands equipment-specific stability requirements, fork adjustment protocols, fueling procedures and other usage issues. Minimum age requirement: 18 years 

Introduction to Electronics and Arduino

In this training, participants will be introduced to the Arduino Uno platform and will learn programming basics in C++. This course provides participants with the skill set necessary to introduce circuits, robotics design, programming methods and inputs/outputs in a microcontroller.

Objectives: (1) Recognize the microcontroller’s general inputs, outputs and purpose (2) Understand the basics of a programming language and algorithm (3) Use the software development kit for Arduino devices (4) Identify sensors and their uses (5) Find opportunities for automation

HEP002-Backhoe Operator

This course provides entry-level operators with instruction on the proper operation of a backhoe and/or loader. Traditional classroom training provides participants with safe work practices, an understanding of machine mechanical systems and operational techniques. Hands-on exercises provide students with operational skills development designed to ensure proper use of the equipment. Minimum age requirement: 18 years 

HEP213-Skid Steer Operator

This course provides entry-level to advanced operators with the concepts, objectives and safety practices used during the operation of skid steer machinery in construction zone settings of all types. During the course, information covering use and site issues are discussed surrounding building construction, road and highway construction, oil field operations and pipeline work. Minimum age requirement: 18 years  

AC/DC Electrical Systems

AC/DC Electrical Systems training begins with the basics of electricity and how electricity is utilized in residential applications, as well as in industrial components and areas such as programmable controllers, electrical motor control, and electro-fluid power. AC/DC Electrical training teaches the fundamentals of AC and DC electrical systems used for power and control in industrial, commercial, agricultural, and residential applications. This training helps to develop industry-relevant skills which includes how to operate, install, design, and troubleshoot basic AC and DC electrical circuits for various applications. Topics covered include how to use a voltmeter to measure voltage, how to calculate total parallel resistance, the functions of electromagnetic devices, switches, combination circuits, and how to troubleshoot a transformer.

HEP273-Forklift Operator

This course utilizes Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to properly operate a forklift. In addition to safety best practices, participants receive hands-on opportunities to ensure each understands equipment-specific stability requirements, fork adjustment protocols, fueling procedures and other usage issues. Minimum age requirement: 18 years

HEP273-Forklift Operator

This course utilizes Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to properly operate a forklift. In addition to safety best practices, participants receive hands-on opportunities to ensure each understands equipment-specific stability requirements, fork adjustment protocols, fueling procedures and other usage issues. Minimum age requirement: 18 years 

Engaged Leaders – Foundation for the Future

Why are leaders important to the success of an organization? Leadership is essential to organizations around the world. Engaged leaders help make an organization successful and help to develop the next generation of leaders. The most successful organizations do not always recruit great leaders, they grow their own. They invest in their development to such a level that a pool of prepared and engaged talent is available to step into critical positions and responsibilities when the time comes. Quality service can only be delivered if employees are engaged, trained, and prepared to do their jobs. Employees are able to deliver an outstanding service experience and achieve measured results when leaders effectively lead their teams. Participants will learn ways to improve their leadership skills as well as their emotional intelligence. This course will provide participants with an awareness of the five leader behaviors which employees expect of their leaders. It will also identify areas within themselves that they can take action on to become a better leader or develop leadership skills that will allow them to step into leadership roles at their organization.

HEP273-Forklift Operator

This course utilizes Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to properly operate a forklift. In addition to safety best practices, participants receive hands-on opportunities to ensure each understands equipment-specific stability requirements, fork adjustment protocols, fueling procedures and other usage issues. Minimum age requirement: 18 years

HEP273-Forklift Operator

This course utilizes Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to properly operate a forklift. In addition to safety best practices, participants receive hands-on opportunities to ensure each understands equipment-specific stability requirements, fork adjustment protocols, fueling procedures and other usage issues. Minimum age requirement: 18 years

AC/DC Electrical Systems

AC/DC Electrical Systems training begins with the basics of electricity and how electricity is utilized in residential applications, as well as in industrial components and areas such as programmable controllers, electrical motor control, and electro-fluid power. AC/DC Electrical training teaches the fundamentals of AC and DC electrical systems used for power and control in industrial, commercial, agricultural, and residential applications. This training helps to develop industry-relevant skills which includes how to operate, install, design, and troubleshoot basic AC and DC electrical circuits for various applications. Topics covered include how to use a voltmeter to measure voltage, how to calculate total parallel resistance, the functions of electromagnetic devices, switches, combination circuits, and how to troubleshoot a transformer.

HEP002-Backhoe Operator

This course provides entry-level operators with instruction on the proper operation of a backhoe and/or loader. Traditional classroom training provides participants with safe work practices, an understanding of machine mechanical systems and operational techniques. Hands-on exercises provide students with operational skills development designed to ensure proper use of the equipment. Minimum age requirement: 18 years 

HEP273-Forklift Operator

This course utilizes Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to properly operate a forklift. In addition to safety best practices, participants receive hands-on opportunities to ensure each understands equipment-specific stability requirements, fork adjustment protocols, fueling procedures and other usage issues. Minimum age requirement: 18 years 

HEP213-Skid Steer Operator

This course provides entry-level to advanced operators with the concepts, objectives and safety practices used during the operation of skid steer machinery in construction zone settings of all types. During the course, information covering use and site issues are discussed surrounding building construction, road and highway construction, oil field operations and pipeline work. Minimum age requirement: 18 years  

HEP273-Forklift Operator

This course utilizes Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to properly operate a forklift. In addition to safety best practices, participants receive hands-on opportunities to ensure each understands equipment-specific stability requirements, fork adjustment protocols, fueling procedures and other usage issues. Minimum age requirement: 18 years 

HEP273-Forklift Operator

This course utilizes Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to properly operate a forklift. In addition to safety best practices, participants receive hands-on opportunities to ensure each understands equipment-specific stability requirements, fork adjustment protocols, fueling procedures and other usage issues. Minimum age requirement: 18 years 

OSH510-639—Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Construction

This course covers OSHA standards, policies and procedures in the construction industry. Topics include scope and application of the OSHA Construction Standards, construction safety and health principles, and special emphasis on the most hazardous areas in construction.

AC/DC Electrical Systems

AC/DC Electrical Systems training begins with the basics of electricity and how electricity is utilized in residential applications, as well as in industrial components and areas such as programmable controllers, electrical motor control, and electro-fluid power. AC/DC Electrical training teaches the fundamentals of AC and DC electrical systems used for power and control in industrial, commercial, agricultural, and residential applications. This training helps to develop industry-relevant skills which includes how to operate, install, design, and troubleshoot basic AC and DC electrical circuits for various applications. Topics covered include how to use a voltmeter to measure voltage, how to calculate total parallel resistance, the functions of electromagnetic devices, switches, combination circuits, and how to troubleshoot a transformer.

Basic Hydraulics

Basic Hydraulics offers a comprehensive learning experience for individuals looking to acquire skills in the field. By covering topics such as basic hydraulic circuits, pressure control circuits, hydraulic schematics, and sequence valves, learners can develop a strong foundation in hydraulics. Basic Hydraulics training includes gauges, manifolds, cylinders, valves, flow meter, and hydraulic motors. The components of this training are of industrial quality, and prepare learners for real-world scenarios. Learners will not only study theoretical concepts but also put them into practice. They will gain hands-on experience in reading a pressure gauge, monitoring liquid levels and temperature in the reservoir, connecting hydraulic circuits, operating a bi-directional hydraulic motor, and converting between absolute and gauge pressure. Additionally, students will learn how to connect and adjust the pressure setting of a pressure relief valve (PRV).

OSHA 30-Hour Outreach Training for General Industry

This course provides students with basic safety and health knowledge, including OSHA policies, procedures and standards. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are most hazardous. Upon completion, a wallet card will be issued certifying that the student has completed 30 hours of OSHA training for general industry.

OSHA 10-Hour Outreach Training for General Industry (Spanish)

This course provides students with basic safety and health knowledge, including OSHA policies, procedures and standards. Special emphasis is placed on areas that are most hazardous. Upon completion, a wallet card will be issued certifying that the student has completed 10 hours of OSHA training for general industry. (Spanish)

Engaged Leaders – Foundation for the Future

Why are leaders important to the success of an organization? Leadership is essential to organizations around the world. Engaged leaders help make an organization successful and help to develop the next generation of leaders. The most successful organizations do not always recruit great leaders, they grow their own. They invest in their development to such a level that a pool of prepared and engaged talent is available to step into critical positions and responsibilities when the time comes. Quality service can only be delivered if employees are engaged, trained, and prepared to do their jobs. Employees are able to deliver an outstanding service experience and achieve measured results when leaders effectively lead their teams. Participants will learn ways to improve their leadership skills as well as their emotional intelligence. This course will provide participants with an awareness of the five leader behaviors which employees expect of their leaders. It will also identify areas within themselves that they can take action on to become a better leader or develop leadership skills that will allow them to step into leadership roles at their organization.

Engaged Leaders – Foundation for the Future

Why are leaders important to the success of an organization? Leadership is essential to organizations around the world. Engaged leaders help make an organization successful and help to develop the next generation of leaders. The most successful organizations do not always recruit great leaders, they grow their own. They invest in their development to such a level that a pool of prepared and engaged talent is available to step into critical positions and responsibilities when the time comes. Quality service can only be delivered if employees are engaged, trained, and prepared to do their jobs. Employees are able to deliver an outstanding service experience and achieve measured results when leaders effectively lead their teams. Participants will learn ways to improve their leadership skills as well as their emotional intelligence. This course will provide participants with an awareness of the five leader behaviors which employees expect of their leaders. It will also identify areas within themselves that they can take action on to become a better leader or develop leadership skills that will allow them to step into leadership roles at their organization.

OSHA 30-Hour Outreach Training for Construction Industry

This course provides students with basic safety and health knowledge, including OSHA policies, procedures and standards. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are most hazardous. Upon completion, a wallet card will be issued certifying that the student has completed 30 hours of OSHA training for construction industry.

OSHA 10-Hour Outreach Training for General Industry

This course provides students with basic safety and health knowledge, including OSHA policies, procedures and standards. Special emphasis is placed on areas that are most hazardous. Upon completion, a wallet card will be issued certifying that the student has completed 10 hours of OSHA training for general industry.

OSHA 10-Hour Outreach Training for General Industry

This course provides students with basic safety and health knowledge, including OSHA policies, procedures and standards. Special emphasis is placed on areas that are most hazardous. Upon completion, a wallet card will be issued certifying that the student has completed 10 hours of OSHA training for general industry

Engaged Leaders – Foundation for the Future

Why are leaders important to the success of an organization? Leadership is essential to organizations around the world. Engaged leaders help make an organization successful and help to develop the next generation of leaders. The most successful organizations do not always recruit great leaders, they grow their own. They invest in their development to such a level that a pool of prepared and engaged talent is available to step into critical positions and responsibilities when the time comes. Quality service can only be delivered if employees are engaged, trained, and prepared to do their jobs. Employees are able to deliver an outstanding service experience and achieve measured results when leaders effectively lead their teams. Participants will learn ways to improve their leadership skills as well as their emotional intelligence. This course will provide participants with an awareness of the five leader behaviors which employees expect of their leaders. It will also identify areas within themselves that they can take action on to become a better leader or develop leadership skills that will allow them to step into leadership roles at their organization.

HEP213-Skid Steer Operator

This course provides entry-level to advanced operators with the concepts, objectives and safety practices used during the operation of skid steer machinery in construction zone settings of all types. During the course, information covering use and site issues are discussed surrounding building construction, road and highway construction, oil field operations and pipeline work.

AC/DC Electrical Systems

AC/DC Electrical Systems training begins with the basics of electricity and how electricity is utilized in residential applications, as well as in industrial components and areas such as programmable controllers, electrical motor control, and electro-fluid power. AC/DC Electrical training teaches the fundamentals of AC and DC electrical systems used for power and control in industrial, commercial, agricultural, and residential applications. This training helps to develop industry-relevant skills which includes how to operate, install, design, and troubleshoot basic AC and DC electrical circuits for various applications. Topics covered include how to use a voltmeter to measure voltage, how to calculate total parallel resistance, the functions of electromagnetic devices, switches, combination circuits, and how to troubleshoot a transformer.

OSHA #510—Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Construction

This course covers OSHA standards, policies and procedures in the construction industry. Topics include scope and application of the OSHA Construction Standards, construction safety and health principles, and special emphasis on the most hazardous areas in construction.

HEP273-Forklift Operator

This course utilizes Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to properly operate a forklift. In addition to safety best practices, participants receive hands-on opportunities to ensure each understands equipment-specific stability requirements, fork adjustment protocols, fueling procedures and other usage issues. Minimum age requirement: 18 years

HEP273-Forklift Operator

This course utilizes Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to properly operate a forklift. In addition to safety best practices, participants receive hands-on opportunities to ensure each understands equipment-specific stability requirements, fork adjustment protocols, fueling procedures and other usage issues. Minimum age requirement: 18 years

Pneumatics

Pneumatics training teaches basic and intermediate pneumatic concepts. Pneumatic power is used in many applications across a wide variety of fields, such as agriculture, pharmaceuticals, and automation. Learners will gain critical hands-on experience operating pneumatic cylinders, flow controls, directional control valves, air motors, and pressure gauges. Students will learn to create working pneumatic circuits from schematics and practice skills, such as connecting and reading a flowmeter and operating a cam-operated sequence circuit. Learners work with components they’ll actually use on the job. Major topic areas include various pneumatic and speed control circuits, directional control valves, air flow and resistance, and flow control and cam valves.

OSHA 30-Hour Outreach Training for General Industry

This course provides students with basic safety and health knowledge, including OSHA policies, procedures and standards. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are most hazardous. Upon completion, a wallet card will be issued certifying that the student has completed 30 hours of OSHA training for general industry.

Engaged Leaders – Foundation for the Future

Why are leaders important to the success of an organization? Leadership is essential to organizations around the world. Engaged leaders help make an organization successful and help to develop the next generation of leaders. The most successful organizations do not always recruit great leaders, they grow their own. They invest in their development to such a level that a pool of prepared and engaged talent is available to step into critical positions and responsibilities when the time comes. Quality service can only be delivered if employees are engaged, trained, and prepared to do their jobs. Employees are able to deliver an outstanding service experience and achieve measured results when leaders effectively lead their teams. Participants will learn ways to improve their leadership skills as well as their emotional intelligence. This course will provide participants with an awareness of the five leader behaviors which employees expect of their leaders. It will also identify areas within themselves that they can take action on to become a better leader or develop leadership skills that will allow them to step into leadership roles at their organization.

Engaged Leaders – Foundation for the Future

Why are leaders important to the success of an organization? Leadership is essential to organizations around the world. Engaged leaders help make an organization successful and help to develop the next generation of leaders. The most successful organizations do not always recruit great leaders, they grow their own. They invest in their development to such a level that a pool of prepared and engaged talent is available to step into critical positions and responsibilities when the time comes. Quality service can only be delivered if employees are engaged, trained, and prepared to do their jobs. Employees are able to deliver an outstanding service experience and achieve measured results when leaders effectively lead their teams. Participants will learn ways to improve their leadership skills as well as their emotional intelligence. This course will provide participants with an awareness of the five leader behaviors which employees expect of their leaders. It will also identify areas within themselves that they can take action on to become a better leader or develop leadership skills that will allow them to step into leadership roles at their organization.

Basic Hydraulics

Basic Hydraulics offers a comprehensive learning experience for individuals looking to acquire skills in the field. By covering topics such as basic hydraulic circuits, pressure control circuits, hydraulic schematics, and sequence valves, learners can develop a strong foundation in hydraulics. Basic Hydraulics training includes gauges, manifolds, cylinders, valves, flow meter, and hydraulic motors. The components of this training are of industrial quality, and prepare learners for real-world scenarios. Learners will not only study theoretical concepts but also put them into practice. They will gain hands-on experience in reading a pressure gauge, monitoring liquid levels and temperature in the reservoir, connecting hydraulic circuits, operating a bi-directional hydraulic motor, and converting between absolute and gauge pressure. Additionally, students will learn how to connect and adjust the pressure setting of a pressure relief valve (PRV).

HEP213-Skid Steer Operator

This course provides entry-level to advanced operators with the concepts, objectives and safety practices used during the operation of skid steer machinery in construction zone settings of all types. During the course, information covering use and site issues are discussed surrounding building construction, road and highway construction, oil field operations and pipeline work. Minimum age requirement: 18 years

OSHA #511—Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry

This course covers OSHA standards, policies, and procedures in the general industry. Topics include scope and application of the OSHA General Industry Standards, general industry principles and special emphasis on those areas in general industry which are most hazardous.

Pneumatics

Pneumatics training teaches basic and intermediate pneumatic concepts. Pneumatic power is used in many applications across a wide variety of fields, such as agriculture, pharmaceuticals, and automation. Learners will gain critical hands-on experience operating pneumatic cylinders, flow controls, directional control valves, air motors, and pressure gauges. Students will learn to create working pneumatic circuits from schematics and practice skills, such as connecting and reading a flowmeter and operating a cam-operated sequence circuit. Learners work with components they’ll actually use on the job. Major topic areas include various pneumatic and speed control circuits, directional control valves, air flow and resistance, and flow control and cam valves.

Lean Fundamentals

This course provides basic knowledge of lean process improvement. The importance of flow and the eight wastes that may be found within processes will be presented along with the Lean tools that can be used to eliminate that waste.

OSHA 10-Hour Outreach Training for the Construction Industry

This course provides students with a basic safety and health knowledge to include OSHA policies, procedures, and standards. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are most hazardous.  Upon completion of this course, a wallet card will be issued certifying that the student has completed 10 hours of OSHA training for Construction Industry.

OSHA 10-Hour Outreach Training for the Construction Industry

This course provides students with a basic safety and health knowledge to include OSHA policies, procedures, and standards. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are most hazardous. Upon completion of this course, a wallet card will be issued certifying that the student has completed 10 hours of OSHA training for Construction Industry.

AC/DC Electrical Systems

AC/DC Electrical Systems training begins with the basics of electricity and how electricity is utilized in residential applications, as well as in industrial components and areas such as programmable controllers, electrical motor control, and electro-fluid power. AC/DC Electrical training teaches the fundamentals of AC and DC electrical systems used for power and control in industrial, commercial, agricultural, and residential applications. This training helps to develop industry-relevant skills which includes how to operate, install, design, and troubleshoot basic AC and DC electrical circuits for various applications. Topics covered include how to use a voltmeter to measure voltage, how to calculate total parallel resistance, the functions of electromagnetic devices, switches, combination circuits, and how to troubleshoot a transformer.

Problem Solving

This course is designed to provide a template of components to utilize with any problem-solving effort. The Eight Disciplines of Problem-solving methodology and process are presented to model the proper sequencing and application of those important problem-solving components. Participants will learn how to develop containment actions and discuss the importance of root cause analysis and corrective action using automation, mistake or error proofing, and operator training.

OSHA #510—Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Construction

This course covers OSHA standards, policies, and procedures in the construction industry. Topics include scope and application of the OSHA Construction Standards, construction safety, and health principles, and special emphasis on the most hazardous areas in construction.

Electric Relay Control System

Electric Relay Control training covers concepts widely used in industrial, commercial, and residential applications to regulate electric motors and fluid power actuators, as well methods used for troubleshooting problems in relay control components and systems. An electrical relay, most often used as a memory logic element, is the component that makes electrical relay control possible. Learners will study applications of this vital component, as well as the available styles of control relays, the major components, and their ladder diagram symbols.

HEP273-Forklift Operator

This course utilizes Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to properly operate a forklift. In addition to safety best practices, participants receive hands-on opportunities to ensure each understands equipment-specific stability requirements, fork adjustment protocols, fueling procedures and other usage issues. Minimum age requirement: 18 years

HEP273-Forklift Operator

This course utilizes Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to properly operate a forklift. In addition to safety best practices, participants receive hands-on opportunities to ensure each understands equipment-specific stability requirements, fork adjustment protocols, fueling procedures and other usage issues. Minimum age requirement: 18 years