Industrial Technology

Industrial and manufacturing settings are rapidly changing as a result of technological innovation.

Most companies have a dramatic increase in the demand for a technically skilled workforce. CBIZ can provide you with the in-depth instruction, customized curriculum and hands-on experience Designed to help develop and expand employee skills.

Becoming a Certified Professional Lean Practitioner demonstrates your commitment to lean principles and tools, and tactical implementation to drive improvement that shows measurable results! CBIZ’s extensive coursework gives participants the skills and confidence to raise important questions, see the real problems and develop leadership in the transformation process. Take one course, or start your journey to certification… the benefits will be real.

We live in a global economy that is extremely fast paced. Lean certification coursework starts you with the fundamentals and keeps you abreast of latest practices. Our three tiered certification provides professional development for people in all levels of an organization: Certification in LEAN Operations (CLO), Certification in LEAN Applications (CLA) and Certification in LEAN Leadership (CPLL)

The Certification program is “hands-on” and application based. Each certification level includes implementation activities, which allows participants to better absorb what they learn in the coursework. Learn more about the Certified Professional Lean Practitioner by visiting the Professional Lean Practitioner section of our Personal & Professional Development Course Solutions page at www.cbiziowa.com.

The nationally recognized Certified Production Technician (CPT) is available at CBIZ!

Earn the CPT certificate from the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) by completing your certification in four modules:

•    Safety Awareness
•    Quality Practices & Measurement
•    Manufacturing Processes & Production
•    Maintenance Awareness

Basic computer literacy required. Individuals may register to take the CPT or NCRC exams independently of the coursework.  To receive more information or to receive CPT course announcements, email cbiz@scciowa.edu. Include CPT in the subject line.

 APICS, the Association for Operations Management is the leader in certification and education programs for supply operations and supply chain management professionals. Expand your Career Opportunities and improve your company’s profitability.  CBIZ is proud to partner with APICS to build your leadership, recognition and knowledge as you complete the Certified in Production and Inventory Management Program (CPIM)

To learn more about the CPIM, email cbiz@scciowa.edu and place CPIM in the subject line.

Check out our Industrial Technology classes below.  Call 319-208-5375 to register.

Certification in Lean Operations (CLO)
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Course Date
Lean 101 - Principles in LEAN Manufacturing 9/3/2014
Lean 101 - Principles in LEAN Manufacturing 11/12/2014
5S Workplace Organization 11/5/2014
Rapid Improvement (Kaizen) 9/25/2014
Enhancing Performance 9/18/2014
Enhancing Performance 11/11/2014
LEAN Mapping Tools 9/23/2014
Understanding Personal Listening Approaches 10/22/2014
Mixing 4 Generations in the Workplace 12/18/2014
Problem Solving for Teams 11/4/2014
Professionalizing Email 10/15/2014
Certification in Lean Applications (CLA)
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Course Date
Standardized Work 9/10/2014
Cellular Flow 10/30/2014
Total Productive Maintenance 12/11/2014
Certification in Professional LEAN Leadership (CPLL)
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Course Date
Performance Measurement 10/9/2014
MS Project 10/2/2014
The LEAN Office 11/18/2014
Fact Finding Research 12/4/2014
Training with your Learners in Mind 12/9/2014

 

Continuous Improvement (APICS)
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Course Date
APICS Basics of Supply Chain Management 8/8/2014
APICS Master Planning of Resources 9/12/2014
APICS Detailed Scheduling and Planning 10/3/2014
APICS Execution & Control of Operations 11/7/2014
APICS Strategic Management of Resources 12/5/2014
Manufacturing
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Course Date
Industrial Operations Maintenance Skills 9/8/2014
Basic Training for Wastewater 8/19/2014
Basic Training for Wastewater 8/21/2014
Precision Machining 9/10/2014
Industrial Electronics
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Course Date
PLC Basics 11/15/2014
PLC Training - Maintenance Skills 12/6/2014
Electrical Troubleshooting Fundamentals 11/10/2014
Problem Solving - 8 Step-Root Cause 11/20/2014
Welding
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Course Date
Welding Exploratory 12/6/2014
Welding Basics 9/20/2014
Plumbing & HVAC
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Course Date
 Plumbing Introduction to OSHA  10/24/2014
 2009 UPC Update Plumbing  10/24/2014
 Plumbing Discipline  10/24/2014
 Plumbing Safety/Code/Discipline  10/24/2014
 HVAC OSHA Fall Protection  10/25/2014
 2009 IMC Update Mechanical & Plumbing  10/25/2014
HVAC & Hydronics Discipline 10/25/2014
HVAC & Hydronics 2hr Safety/2hr Code/4hr Discipline 10/25/2014
Electrical Re-certifications
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Course Date
 Electrical License, State of Iowa, Exam Prep 10/4/2014
Transformer Calculations  11/17/2014
 General Method Service Calculation  11/8/2014
 Grounding & Bonding 1 - 4 hour  11/10/2014
 Motor Calculations  11/18/2014
Conductor Ampacities - 3 hr 11/11/2014
2014 NEC Code Updates 11/22/2014

  LEAN 101 - Principles in LEAN Manufacturing 
Combined classroom and hands-on simulation of an operating factory in a 1-day, 8-hour course. The first step to learning the principles of lean manufacturing, no previous experience is required. The course is a mix of classroom and live simulation.  Participants begin by manufacturing simulated circuit boards in a traditional forecasted manufacturing setting. The results of the simulation provide the basis for continuous improvement applying lean manufacturing principles. Performance improvements are measured and compared for improved results.

8 hours, 1 session / $250 / Vicki Baum & Al Clausen

#46131      RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 103 & 111
                  Wednesday, Sep 3                      8 - 4:30pm
#46131      RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 103 & 111
                  Wednesday, Nov 12                   8 - 4:30pm

5S Workspace Organization

5S is one of many important tools used within the lean method to help create and maintain order. Participants learn how to assess an area and apply a systematic approach to create order and efficiency within a workspace. Participants explore systems to help maintain improvements over the long term. These principles will be applied in an out-of class, hands-on project.

8 hours, 2 sessions / $250 / Brian Stone

#46029   SCC Keokuk Campus                     Annex 2
               Wednesday, Nov 5 & 19                  8am - Noon

Rapid Improvement (Kaizen)

The philosophy of continuous improvement. Learn the elements of rapid improvement through making changes in the workplace, selecting and using cross functional teams, conducting successful Kaizan events, and creating an effective support structure.

8 hours, 1 session / $250 / Brian Stone

#46061   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 111
               Thursday, Sep 25                           8am - 4:30pm

Enhancing Performance

Understand your behavioral tendencies and how it affects others. During this class, participants will learn to adapt behavior and develop strategies for working together, how to accomplish tasks by improving relationships with others and understand and appreciate individual behavioral differences.

4 hours, 1 session / $94 / Sue Prochazka

#45759   SCC Keokuk Campus                       Annex 2
               Thursday, Sep 18                            12:30 - 4:30pm

#46077  RiverPark Place, Burlington              Room 111
              Tuesday, Nov 11                               12:30 - 4:30pm

Lean Mapping Tools

Participants will be introduced to process mapping and value stream maps. Participants will learn how to create a process map, the common language and icons associated with maps, and how to use the maps to create a plan for the future. These principles will be applied in a hands-on project.

8 hours, 2 sessions I $250

#46057   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 111
               Tuesday, Sep 26 & Oct 7                8am - Noon

Understanding Personal Listening Approaches
(Improved Communication Elective)

Learn to listen and hear what is really being said; motivate others to give you the information you need. Increase positive information flow to enhance productivity and performance. Strengthen staff trust and morale.

4 hours, 1 session / $94 

#46084   SCC Keokuk Campus                       Annex 2
               Wednesday, Oct 22                          Noon - 4pm

Mixing 4 Generations in the Workplace

In today’s business environment, with a vast range of ages and background experiences at play, you are more likely to be managing, coaching and leading people who are nothing at all like you. This class will provide participants with the understanding and tools necessary to effectively coach, manage and retain each generation at work.

4 hours, 1 session / $94 / Sue Prochazka

#46054   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 111
                Thursday,  Oct 18                          8am - noon

Problem Solving for Teams

Participants will explore strategies and skills to define the problem, foster creative solutions, identify participant qualifications for a given problem and select problem solving techniques.

4 hours, 1 session / $94 / Susan Dunek

#46027   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 111
               Tuesday, Nov 4                              8am - noon

Professionalizing Email

Participants will learn how to write effective messages and use email accessories: when to use e-mail, writing an email message, email features and security, email effectiveness, etiquette styles, composing in-line correspondence and effective writing habits.

4 hours, 1 session / $79

#46032     SCC Keokuk Campus                  Annex 2
                 Wednesday, Oct 15                     noon - 4pm

  Standardized Work
(Qualifying Elective for both CLA & CPLL)

Participants will explore standard work as an element of continuous improvement, identify the steps of creating and maintaining standards, identify the processes for improving standards, examine the key formulas, tables and worksheets to create standard work and determine the applications of standard work for: training, improvements, and decision making.

4 hours, 1 session / $125

#46082   RiverPark Place, Burlington             Room 111
               Wednesday, Sep 10                        12:30 - 4:30pm

Cellular Flow

A combined classroom and hands-on simulation to link and balance operations, reduce lead times, minimize work in process, and optimize floor space in a 1-day, 8-hour course. This hands-on course teaches how to link and balance manufacturing operations to reduce lead times, minimize work in process, optimize floor space usage, and improve productivity. The instructor leads the class through the 5-step process for designing and implementing cellular flow.

8 hours, 1 session / $250 / Brian Stone

#46078   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 111
               Thursday, Oct 30                            8am - 4:30pm

Total Productive Maintenance

This course offers the student a method to proactively maintain machines and equipment at their peak productivity. Participants come away with an understanding of TPM and its five major components. Each student should understand how TPM increases overall equipment effectiveness and how it can help avoid interruptions to production. The course provides a deep understanding of the seven steps to process maintenance.

8 hours, 1 sessions / $250

#46080   RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 111
               Thursday, Dec 11                       8 - 4:30pm                 

  Performance Measurement

Learn various performance measurement systems, from the basic to the complex.  Participants will consider a wide variety of measurement needs, from the shop floor to top management reviews.  Find out what works to get measured results.

4 hours, 1 sessions / $94

#46081   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 111
               Thursday, Oct 9                              8am - Noon

MS Project

Learn to use this powerful program as a tool for Project Management. Participants will learn how to develop and present your project plan, master the tools for managing schedules and resources effectively, identify critical paths and manage multiple dependencies, and track progress and costs-and make real-time adjustments

8 hours, 2 sessions / $190 / Susan Dunek

#46025   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 110
               Thursdays, Oct 2 & 16                    8am – Noon

The LEAN Office

Participants learn the challenges of moving lean concepts to the “front of the house.” Special focus on translating visual workplace, bringing pull system principles into the office and information processes.

8 hours, 1 session / $250 / Vicki Baum

#46079      SCC Keokuk Campus              Annex 2
                  Tuesday, Nov 18                     8am - 4:30pm

Fact Finding Research

This short meeting will spell out the requirements for the Fact Finding Research component of the CPLL, Certification in Professional Lean Leadership. This is a requirement of the “third level” certification. There will be no cost to enroll for this course. Participants need only attend one of these meetings to learn about course requirements.

1 hour, 1 session / FREE / Kristin Schulte

#46085    RiverPark Place, Burlington   Room 112
                Thursday, Dec 4                    11am - Noon

Training with Learners in Mind

Identify myths about adult learners and know what to do about them. Recognize four learning styles and how to accommodate learning needs. Incorporate interactive strategies into your training presentation and design your own interactive training.

8 hours, 1 session / $190 / Kristin Schulte

#46028    RiverPark Place, Burlington    Room 111
                Tuesday, Dec 9                       8am - 4:30pm

APICS Basics of Supply Chain Management

16 hours, 2 sessions / $495

#44031   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 112
               Fridays, Aug 8 & 22                        8am - 5pm

APICS Master Planning of Resources

16 hours, 2 sessions / $495

#46081  RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 112
              Fridays, Sep 12 & 26                      8am - 5pm

APICS Detailed Scheduling and Planning

16 hours, 2 sessions / $495

#46086  RiverPark Place, Burlington           Room 112
              Fridays, Oct 3 & 24                        8am - 5pm

APICS Execution and Control of Operations

16 hours, 2 sessions / $495

#46085  RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 112
              Fridays, Nov 7 & 21                     8am - 5pm

APICS Strategic Management of Resources

16 hours, 2 sessions / $495

#46088  RiverPark Place, Burlington       Room 112
              Fridays, Dec 5 & 12                   8am - 5pm

 

Industrial Operations Maintenance Skills

Learn to operate, repair and troubleshoot industrial machinery. Training equipment includes more than 200 hands-on training aids that replicate tools, components and systems currently used on the factory floor across the country.  

8 weeks, 4.5 hour/day / $2,500 / Dave Rector

#46226      RiverPark Place, Burlington             Room 103
               Mon - Fri, Sep 8 - Oct 31                    9:30am - 2pm

Basic Training for Wastewater

This entry level classroom instructed course will present the basics of wastewater sources, characteristics, operations and regulations.  The topics covered include biological treatment principles, wastewater math, and overview of the operation of preliminary, primary and secondary treatment operations.  This course and six months experience satisfies the eligibility requirements needed to take the state Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Grade 1 Exam for Iowa operators. Students will need to bring a calculator to class.

30 hours, 4 sessions / $750 / Rhonda Guy

#46204   SCC Mt. Pleasant Center                Room 201
               Tues & Wed, August  19 - 27          8am - 4:30pm

#46205  SCC Mt. Pleasant Center                 Room 201
              Thurs & Fri, August 21 - 29              8am - 4:30pm

Precision Machining

Literally everything manufactured starts in precision machining. This course offers the opportunity to develop the skills and learn the technology necessary to operate machine tools safely and accurately. Hands-on training will enable beginning and advanced students to learn how to use a lathe, mill, drill, grinder, band saw, plus opportunity to learn about sharpening tools, sanding operations, and precision measuring techniques. No book required.

30 hours, 10 sessions / $175 / Don Landes

#46169  SCC West Burlington Campus     Room 143
              Wednesday, Sep 10 - Nov 12      6:30 - 9:30pm

PLC Basics

This course is designed for Maintenance personnel and Electricians working in Plants, Facilities, and Commercial Buildings with minimal to no PLC experience. The topics covered in this course will include Hardware components, Establishing Communication to the PLC, understanding Uploading, Downloading, Online, Offline, Run Mode, Remote Mode, Program Mode and basic PLC programming. This course is designed for students with minimal to no PLC experience.

7 hours, 1 session / $175 / Jason Radel

#46262   SCC Keokuk Campus                    Room 501
               Saturday, Nov 15                            8am - 3:30pm

PLC Training - Maintenance Skills

Two Day PLC Training. This course is designed for Maintenance Personnel and Electricians working in Plants, Facilities or Commercial Buildings with basic PLC knowledge. Day 1 - The topics covered in this course will include Hardware Components, Establishing Communication to the PLC, understanding Uploading, Downloading, Online, Offline, Run Mode, Remote Mode, Program Mode and basic PLC programming.  Day 2 – Interpretation of Ladder Diagrams, Search Functions, Understanding Addressing, Program Files, Data Files and working of the following instruction sets; XIO, XIC, OTE, OTL, OTU, TON, RTO, TOF, RES, CTU, & CTD and basic troubleshooting.

14 hours, 2 sessions / $850 / Jason Radel

#46261   SCC Keokuk Campus                    Room 501
               Sat  & Sun, Dec 6 & 7                    8am - 3:30pm

Electrical Troubleshooting Fundamentals

The ability to quickly and accurately trouble shoot a problem is one of the most sought after assets in industry. This fundamentals course will help you to establish skills to locate problems in a safe and efficient manner. Beginning with a safety overview and building upon a basic knowledge of AC/DC fundamentals this class will introduce you to the test equipment used throughout industry and teach you how to use those tools in the field. You will learn how to follow a systematic approach to problem solving and how to interpret standard electrical schematic diagrams. The hands on portion of the class will provide you with actual problems and will help to gauge your learning and identify growth areas.

16 hours, 2 sessions / $499 / David Rector

#46322   RiverPark Place, Burlington             Room 103
               Tue & Wed, Nov 10 - 12                  9am - 3pm

Problem Solving - 8 Step-Root Cause

Learn to apply a structured approach to the problem solving process.  Each step is covered with classroom exercises that emphasize key concepts with handouts and templates to support the process. Participant teams tackle a case study and make a class presentation, thereby enhancing the learning experience. The instructor provides coaching tips and guidelines to help participants facilitate improved problem solving.

16 hours, 2 sessions / $580 / J.Mohr-CIRAS

#46218   RiverPark Place, Burlington          Room 112|
               Thursday & Friday, Nov 20 & 21  8am - 5pm

Welding Exploratory

Participants will get hands-on experience with stick welding, creating a simple project of their choice (example, bird feeder, boot jack, trivet, etc.), under the supervision of an SCC welding instructor. Safety requirements, machine adjustment techniques, and American Welding Standards will be covered. Local and national career opportunities in welding and related fields will be discussed. Course is perfect for the person considering additional training in welding or for person who has always been curious about what is involved in welding.

11 hours, 2 sessions / $140 / Brian Brooks

#46253   SCC West Burlington Campus                     
               Saturday, Dec 6                      9:30am - 3pm
               Sunday,  Dec 7                       Noon - 6pm

Welding Basics

Few careers offer such vast options for employment and personal development as welding. This hands-on course covers what every beginner needs to know to work safely and productively with welding equipment. Learn proper set up and operation of a Lincoln 455 Power Wave Welder, correct use of gauges, basic blueprint reading, and how to do a multiple pass fillet weld. The hands-on lab component creates a “learn by doing” environment for participants of all levels of welding experience.

20 hours, 4 sessions I $285 I Bill White

#46254   SCC West Burlington Campus                      
               Saturdays, Sep 20 & Oct 4           9:30am - 3pm
               Sundays, Sep 21 & Oct 5             noon - 5pm

  Plumbing Introduction to OSHA

This course will present a basic introduction to minimum requirements of the 2009 Uniform Plumbing Code including definitions, general requirements, plumbing fixtures and traps. Successful completion of this course will fulfill (2) hours of plumbing code update continuing education for license renewal with the Iowa Plumbing & Mechanical Systems Board. A 2009 Uniform Plumbing Code book is recommended.

2 hours, 1 session / $69 / John Barber

#46094   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 111
               Friday, Oct 24                                 7am - 9am

2009 UPC Update Plumbing

This course will present a basic introduction to minimum requirements of the 2009 Uniform Plumbing Code including definitions, general requirements, plumbing fixtures and traps. Successful completion of this course will fulfill (2) hours of plumbing code update continuing education for license renewal with the Iowa Plumbing & Mechanical Systems Board. A 2009 Uniform Plumbing Code book is recommended.

2 hours, 1 sessions / $69 / John Barber

#46093   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 111
               Friday, Oct 24                                 9am - 11am

Plumbing Discipline

This course will present a basic introduction to minimum requirements of the 2009 Uniform Plumbing Code including sizing potable water lines, vents, sizing DWV piping and green plumbing. Successful completion of this course will fulfill (4) hours of plumbing discipline continuing education for license renewal with the Iowa Plumbing & Mechanical Systems Board. A 2009 Uniform Plumbing Code book is recommended.

2 hours, 1 sessions / $109 / John Barber

#46096   RiverPark Place, Burlington         Room 111
               Friday, Oct 24                              noon - 4pm

Plumbing Safety/Code/Discipline

Successful completion of this course will fulfill (8) hours of plumbing CEU’s discipline continuing education for license renewal with the Iowa Plumbing & Mechanical Systems Board including the three individual courses that are also taught separately, the 2hr Safety, 2 hr Code Update, and 4 hr Discipline. A 2009 Uniform Plumbing Code book is recommended.

8 hours, 1 session / $227 / John Barber

#46095   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 111
               Friday, Oct 24                                 7am - 4pm

HVAC OSHA Fall Protection

This course will present an overview of OSHA 1926 Subpart M - Fall Protection as it relates to the construction industry. Successful completion of this course will fulfill (2) hours of safety continuing education for license renewal with the Iowa Plumbing & Mechanical Systems Board. No textbook is required.

2 hours, 1 session / $69 / John Barber

#46068   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 103
               Saturday, Oct 25                             7 - 9am

2009 IMC Update Mechanical & Plumbing

This course will present a basic introduction to minimum requirements of the 2009 International Mechanical Code including definitions, general requirements, ventilation and exhaust systems. Successful completion of this course will fulfill (2) hours of mechanical code update continuing education for license renewal with the Iowa Plumbing & Mechanical Systems Board. A 2009 International Mechanical Code book is recommended.

2 hours, 1 session / $69 / John Barber

#45066   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 103
               Saturday, Oct 25                             9 - 11am

HVAC & Hydronics Discipline

This course will present a basic introduction to minimum requirements of the 2009 International Mechanical Code including duct systems, chimneys, vents, combustion air, fuel piping and green mechanical. Successful completion of this course will fulfill (4) hours of HVAC discipline continuing education for license renewal with the Iowa Plumbing & Mechanical Systems Board. A 2009 International Mechanical Code book is recommended.

2 hours, 1 session / $109 / John Barber

#46070 RiverPark Place, Burlington           Room 103
             Saturday, Oct 25                            noon - 4pm

HVAC & Hydronics 2hr Safety/2hr Code/4hr Discipline

Successful completion of this course will fulfill (8) hours of HVAC and Hydronic CEU’s for license renewal with the Iowa Plumbing & Mechanical Systems Board including the three individual courses that are also taught separately, the 2hr Safety, 2 hr Code Update, and 4 hr Discipline. A 2009 International Mechanical Code
book is recommended.

8 hours, 1 session / $227 / John Barber

#46069  RiverPark Place, Burlington       Room 103
             Saturday, Oct 25                         7am - 4pm 

Electrical License, State of Iowa, Exam Prep

This 24 hour course prepares students to take either a Journeyman or Master exam for obtaining an electrical license in the State of Iowa.

24 hours, 6 sessions / $445 / Herb Ogden

#46053   RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 112
             Saturday, Oct 4 - 18                      8 - noon
             Tuesday, Oct 7 - 21                      4 - 8pm

Transformer Calculations

This course qualifies for three electrical license CEU’s and covers all calculations for single phase, three phase delta, three phase wye, and open delta  transformers.

3 hours, 1 session / $65 / Herb Ogden

#46108   RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 103
             Monday, Nov 17                            5:30 - 8:30pm

General Method Service Calculation

This course qualifies for six hours of electrical relicensing CEU’s and covers all the rules for residential service calculation  in Article 220, including lighting demands, cooking equipment, appliances, heating and air conditioning loads and the sizing of service and feeder conductors.

6 hours, 1 session / $125 / Herb Ogden

#46055   RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 103
               Saturday, Nov 8                          8am - 2:30pm

Grounding & Bonding 1 – 4 hour

Grounding and Bonding 1 - This course covers Article 250 including service and equipment grounding and bonding; conductor sizing from table 250.66, 250.102C and 250.122. Step and touch potential dangers are also covered as well as many other obscure rules regarding grounding and bonding. Class qualifies for 4 CEU’s for Electrician Relicensing. Please bring code book, calculator, and pencil/pen.

4 hours, 1 session / $85 / Herb Ogden

#46116   RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 103
               Monday, Nov 10                          5:30 - 9:30pm

Motor Calculations

This course qualifies for three electrical license CEU’s and covers sizing of all parts of motor circuits including conductor,  thermal overload relays, branch circuit over current protection , feeder conductors and feeder over current protection.

3 hours, 1 session / $65 / Herb Ogden

#46234   RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 111
             Tuesday, Nov 18                           5:30 - 8:30pm

Conductor Ampacities-3hr

Class covers Article 310 and it’s tables for conductors, Article 400 Flexible Cords, and Article 402 for Fixture Wire. Teaches to correctly size conductors using correction factors for temperature, conductor bundling and terminal ratings (another very often misapplied area of the NEC). Class qualifies for 3 CEU’s for Electrician Relicensing.

Please bring code book, calculator, and pencil/pen.

3 hours, 1 session / $65 / Herb Ogden

#46117   RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 103
               Tuesday, Nov 11                         5:30 - 8:30pm

2014 NEC Code Updates

This course covers the major changes that effect most electricians including Residential, Commercial and Industrial installations. Class qualifies for 6 CEU’s for Electrician Relicensing. Please bring code book, calculator, and pencil/pen.

6 hours, 1 session / $125 / Herb Ogden

#46115   RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 103
               Saturday, Nov 22                        8am - 2:30pm

 

 

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