Industrial Technology

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

A technically skilled workforce is in high demand. CBIZ can provide you with the in-depth instruction, customized curriculum and hands-on experience to help develop and expand employee skills.

Becoming a Certified Professional Lean Practitionerdemonstrates your commitment to lean principles, tools, and tactical implementation to drive improvement. CBIZ’s extensive coursework gives participants the skills and confidence to raise questions, identify problems, and develop leadership in the transformation process. Take one course, or begin your journey to certification.

We live in a fast-paced global economy. Lean certification starts with the fundamentals and keeps you on track with the newest 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, allowing participants to better absorb what they learn. Learn more about the Certified Professional Lean Practitioner by visiting the Professional Lean Practitioner section of our Training & Development page.

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 2/18/2015
Lean 101 - Principles in LEAN Manufacturing 5/20/2015
5S Workplace Organization 3/4/2015
Rapid Improvement (Kaizen) 4/2/2015
Enhancing Performance 1/20/2015
Enhancing Performance 5/13/2015
LEAN Mapping Tools 4/29/2015
Working Together 1/22/2015
Working Together 5/28/2015
Leading the Lean Transformation 3/30/2015
Understanding Personal Listening Approaches 4/8/2015
Mixing 4 Generations in the Workplace 4/14/2015
Mixing 4 Generations in the Workplace 5/5/2015
Problem Solving for Teams 1/30/2015
Professionalizing Email 3/25/2015
Certification in Lean Applications (CLA)
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Course Date
Standardized Work 4/16/2015
Certification in Professional LEAN Leadership (CPLL)
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Course Date
Performance Measurement 1/28/2015
Microsoft Project 3/4/2015
Personal Learning Insights 4/8/2015
Introduction to Project Management 2/4/2015
Fact Finding Research Independent
Study
Training with your Learners in Mind 2/19/2015
Introduction to A3 Problem Solving 2/26/2015
Six Sigma GreenBelt 1/20/2015
Six Sigma BlackBelt 2/24/2015
Introduction to Lean Six Sigma  Online

 

Continuous Improvement (APICS)
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Course Date
APICS Basics of Supply Chain Management 1/16/2015
APICS Master Planning of Resources 2/13/2015
APICS Detailed Scheduling and Planning 3/13/2015
APICS Execution & Control of Operations 4/10/2015
APICS Strategic Management of Resources 5/1/2015
Manufacturing
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Course Date
Industrial Operations Maintenance Skills 1/26/2015
Industrial Operations Maintenance Skills 4/27/2015
Precision Machining 2/4/2015
AutoCAD 5/19/2015
Industrial Electronics
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Course   Date
Electrical Troubleshooting Fundamentals   1/20/2015
Construction
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Course Date
Blueprint Reading Basics 2/1/2015
Blueprint Reading Basics 4/1/2015
Building Trades Pre-Apprenticeship 4/6/2015
Plumbing & HVAC
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Course Date
Plumbing Introduction to OSHA  2/28/2015
Plumbing Introduction to OSHA 4/24/2015
 2012 UPC Update Plumbing  2/28/2015
2012 UPC Update Plumbing 4/24/2015
Plumbing Discipline  2/28/2015
Plumbing Discipline 4/24/2015
 Plumbing Safety/Code/Discipline  2/28/2015
Plumbing Safety/Code/Discipline 4/24/2015
 HVAC OSHA Fall Protection  2/27/2015
HVAC OSHA Fall Protection 4/25/2015
 2012 IMC Update Mechanical & Plumbing  2/27/2015
2012 IMC Update Mechanical & Plumbing 4/25/2015
HVAC & Hydronics Discipline 2/27/2015
HVAC & Hydronics Discipline 4/25/2015
HVAC & Hydronics 2hr Safety/2hr Code/4hr Discipline 2/27/2015
HVAC & Hydronics 2hr Safety/2hr Code/4hr Discipline 4/25/2015
Electrical Re-certifications
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Course Date
 Electrical License, State of Iowa, Exam Prep 2/21/2015
Residential Wiring 6 hour  1/24/2015
 Solar Photovoltaic Electric Systems  3/28/2015
 Grounding & Bonding 1 - 4 hour  1/29/2015
 Motor Calculations  2/10/2015
Conductor Ampacities - 3 hr 2/12/2015
2014 NEC Code Updates 1/31/2015

  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

#47940      RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 103 & 111
                  Wednesday, Feb 18                      8 - 4:30pm
#47942      RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 103 & 111
                  Wednesday, May 20                   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

#47887   RiverPark Place, Burlington             Room 111
               Wednesday, March 4 & 25               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

#47891   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 111
               Thursday, April 2                             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

#47888   RiverPark Place, Burlington             Room 111
               Tuesday, Jan 20                             noon - 4pm

#47986  SCC Keokuk Campus                        Annex 2
              Wednesday, May 13                          noon - 4pm

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 / Vicki Baum

#47921   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 112
               Wednesday, April 29 & May 6         8am - Noon

Working Together

This course will deliver strategies and skills to establish team member roles and responsibilities, identify misunderstandings in conflict, cooperate and negotiate for results.

 4 hours, 1 session I $94 I

#47929   RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 111                      
               Thursday, January 22                  noon – 4pm

#47994   RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 111                      
               Thursday, May 28                        noon – 4pm

Leading Lean Transformation

Learn to lead and manage the culture change.  Translate vision in to reality.  Prioritize actions through policy deployment.  Learn to introduce new products more smoothly and in less time.

 I 4 hours, 1 session I $125 I Brian Stone

#47892   SCC Keokuk Campus                  Annex 2                      
               Monday, March 30                       noon - 4pm

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 / Sue Prochazka

#47928   RiverPark Place, Burlington              Room 111
               Wednesday, April 8                           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

#47923    SCC Keokuk Campus                   Annex 2
                Tuesday, April 14                          noon - 4pm

#47955    RiverPark Place, Burlington           Room 111
                Tuesday,  May 5                            noon - 4pm

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 / Sue Prochazka

#47927   SCC Keokuk Campus                    Annex 2
               Friday, January 30                         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 / Sue Prochazka

#47939     SCC Keokuk Campus                  Annex 2
                 Wednesday, March 25                 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 / Brian Stone

#47944   SCC Keokuk Campus                      Annex 2
               Thursday, April 16                           8am - noon            

  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 / Vicki Baum

#47864   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 111
               Wednesday, January 28                 noon - 4pm

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 /

#47926   RiverPark Place, Burlington            Room 110
               Wednesdays, March 4 & 11            12:30 – 4:30pm

Personal Learning Insights

Understand the importance learning plays in professional and personal life! Identify strategies for increasing learning effectiveness in a variety of roles and settings. This class will identify the learning effectiveness of yourself and others.

 4 hours, 1 session I $94 I Susan Dunek

#48051  RiverPark Place, Burlington          Room 111                           
              Wednesday, April 8                      8am - noon

Introduction to Project Management

Increase your awareness of key project management behaviors. Participants will define a project, identify critical components for project management at each stage and develop a personal action plan for applying project management skills.

 8 hours, 2 sessions I $190 I

#47890   RiverPark Place, Burlington           Room 110                      
               Wednesdays, February 4 & 11      8am - noon

Fact Finding Research

This class consists of a short meeting which will spell out the requirements for the
Fact Finding Research component of the CPLL.   There will be no cost to enroll for this course. Participants need to contact us at cbiz@scciowa.edu or call 319-313-1918.

4 hour, 1 session / FREE / Kristin Schulte

#47889    Independent Study               
                Please call to make appointment

Introduction to A3 Problem Solving

Learn the power of A3 reporting to address the root causes of problems in every day at work. This introductory course prepares you to contribute to the A3 process, dramatically increasing the probability of success.  Leading companies, such as Toyota, use this proven and structured problem-solving approach. (Qualifying Elective for CLO, CLA & CPLL)

 4 hours, 1 session I $125 I  

#47930   RiverPark Place, Burlington         Room 111                      
               Thursday, February 26                 8am - 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

#47947    RiverPark Place, Burlington    Room 111
                Tuesday, February 19             8am - 4:30pm

Six Sigma GreenBelt

This accelerated certificate program is delivered in two modules and includes a capstone project for green belt certification.  Students should have some exposure to basic SPC and know how to construct an x-bar and R chart.  It is recommended that participants have access to a manufacturing and/or assembly environment for their capstone project.  The required capstone project is due eight weeks after the end of the course.  Bring a calculator to class.

 48 hours, 6 session I $2500 I Davis Bothe

#48001   RiverPark Place, Burlington           Room 112                      
               Tues - Thu, Jan 20 - 22 &             8am - 4:30pm
               Tues - Thu, Feb 10 - 12                          

Six Sigma BlackBelt

Build on your Green Belt learning with this additional three day training.  The required capstone project is due eight weeks after the end of the course.  Bring a calculator to class.

 24 hours, 3 sessions I $1250 I Davis Bothe

#48002   RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 111
               Tue - Thu, February 24 - 26        8am - 4:30pm

Introduction to Lean Six Sigma (Online)

This course is an instructor-facilitated course offered through ed2go. This course will meet the Intro to Six Sigma requirement of the CPLL. Visit page 23 in the Options Catalog for instructions on how to enroll today.  If you are enrolled or have attained Green Belt status please contact the Lean Certificate Coordinator for waiver forms to waive this course.

www.ed2go.com/secc
New course sections begin monthly!

APICS Basics of Supply Chain Management

16 hours, 2 sessions / $495/ Tammy Dean

#47996   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 111
              Fridays, Jan 16 & 30                       8am - 5pm

APICS Detailed Scheduling and Planning

16 hours, 2 sessions / $495 / Tammy Dean

#47999  RiverPark Place, Burlington           Room 112
              Fridays, Feb 13 & 27                      8am - 5pm

APICS Execution and Control of Operations

16 hours, 2 sessions / $495 / Tammy Dean

#47997  RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 112
              Fridays, Mar 13 & 27                   8am - 5pm

APICS Strategic Management of Resources

16 hours, 2 sessions / $495 / Tammy Dean

#48000  RiverPark Place, Burlington       Room 112
              Fridays, May 1 & 15                   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.  

7 weeks, 7 hour/day / $2,500 / Dave Rector

#48104     SCC Keokuk Campus                        Room 511
                 Mon - Fri, Jan 26 - Mar 13                  8am - 3pm

#48741     RiverPark Place, Burlington               Room 103
                 Mon - Fri, April 27 - June 12              8am - 3pm

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.

24 hours, 8 sessions / $175 / Don Landes

#48082  SCC West Burlington Campus     Room 143
              Wednesday, Feb 4 - April 1          6:30 - 9:30pm
              (No Class March 18)

AutoCAD Refresher

You know the basics (or it has been a few years) but there are changes to the upgraded AutoCAD program.  You will work with the updated 2014 program to gain knowledge of commands, mode settings, drawing aids, short-cuts, plotting and other valuable tips and tricks.

 3 hours, 1 session I $69 I Jonathan Gaddis

#48026   SCC West Burlington Campus    Room 125
               Tuesday, May 19                         9am - noon

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.

12 hours, 2 sessions / $499 / David Rector

#48023   SCC Keokuk Campus                                  Room 511
               Tues & Wed, Jan 20 & 21                            9am - 4pm

  Blueprint Reading Basics

This self-paced, interactive,16 hour online course discusses the specific data that is drawn on a blueprint and explains how to read and interpret the drawing format. Students will learn orthographic and isometric drawings to understand shapes, sizes, and dimensions. Students will study building terms and construction features of carpentry, masonry, electrical, mechanical and plumbing trades. Will have one calendar month to complete the class.

16 hours I $153 I Online

#48111   April 1 - 30

#48828   Feb 1 - 28

Building Trades Pre-Apprenticeship

The Building Trades Pre-Apprenticeship Program is designed to move participants successfully into the construction trades. The program is a free two-week program and is open to qualified candidates. Participants are exposed to a variety of the building trades through both classroom and hands on training. Key instructional components of the program include Basic Safety, Introduction to Construction Math, Introduction to Hand Tools, Introduction to Power Tools, and Introduction to Blueprints, Basic Rigging, Basic Communication, and Basic Employability Skills.

To register call: 319-753-1671 ext. 31453

48 hours, 8 sessions I Dave Rector
Open to qualified candidates at no cost

#48112    SCC West Burlington
                Mon - Thu, April 6-16              8am - 2:30pm

  Plumbing Introduction to OSHA

This course will present a basic introduction to minimum requirements of the 2012 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 2012 Uniform Plumbing Code book is recommended.

2 hours, 1 session / $69 / John Barber

#47905   SCC West Burlington Campus       Room TBD
               Saturday, Feb 28                            7 - 9am

#47906  SCC West Burlington Campus        Room TBD
              Friday, April 24                                 7 - 9am

2012 UPC Update Plumbing

This course will present a basic introduction to minimum requirements of the 2012 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 2012 Uniform Plumbing Code book is recommended.

2 hours, 1 sessions / $69 / John Barber

#47907   SCC West Burlington Campus            Room TBD
                Saturday, February 28                        9am - 11am

#47908  SCC West Burlington Campus             Room TBD
              Friday, April 24                                     9 - 11am

Plumbing Discipline

This course will present a basic introduction to minimum requirements of the 2012 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 2012 Uniform Plumbing Code book is recommended.

2 hours, 1 sessions / $109 / John Barber

#47909   SCC West Burlington Campus         Room TBD
                Saturday, Feb 28                             noon - 4pm

#47910  SCC West Burlington Campus           Room TBD
               Friday, April 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 2012 Uniform Plumbing Code book is recommended.

8 hours, 1 session / $229 / John Barber

#47903   SCC West Burlington Campus            Room TBD
               Saturday, Feb 28                                 7am - 4pm

#47904  SCC West Burlington Campus             Room TBD
              Friday, April 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

#47893   SCC West Burlington Campus       Room TBD
               Friday, Feb 27                                7 - 9am

#47894 SCC West Burlington Campus         Room TBD
             Saturday, April 25                             7 - 9am

2012 IMC Update Mechanical & Plumbing

This course will present a basic introduction to minimum requirements of the 2012 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 2012 International Mechanical Code book is recommended.

2 hours, 1 session / $69 / John Barber

#44899   SCC West Burlington Campus        Room TBD
               Friday, February 27                         9 - 11am

#47900  SCC West Burlington Campus          Room TBD
              Saturday, April 25                              9 - 11am

HVAC & Hydronics Discipline

This course will present a basic introduction to minimum requirements of the 2012 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 2012 International Mechanical Code book is recommended.

4 hours, 1 session / $109 / John Barber

#47901 SCC West Burlington Campus          Room TBD
            Friday, Feb 27                                    noon - 4pm

#47902  SCC West Burlington Campus          Room TBD
              Saturday, April 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 2012 International Mechanical Code
book is recommended.

8 hours, 1 session / $229 / John Barber

#47896  SCC West Burlington Campus       Room TBD
              Friday, Feb 27                                7am - 4pm 

#47897  SCC West Burlington Campus       Room TBD
              Saturday, April 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, 3 sessions / $445 / Herb Ogden

#47911  SCC West Burlington Campus        Room 126
              Saturdays, Feb 21 -  March 7          8am - 4:30pm
  

Residential Wiring 6 hour

This 6-hour class covers all the aspects and rules for Residential electrical work including service calculations, conductor sizing, grounding and bonding of service equipment and devices, box fill calculations, ground fault rules, arc fault rules and rules for switch and receptacle locations and type. It also covers the use of NM cable and the associated rules and uses in accessary buildings.  6 CEUs for Electrician Relicencing awarded after successful completion. Approved by the Iowa Electrical Examining Board.

6 hours, 1 session I $125 I Herb Ogden

#47915   SCC West Burlington Campus    Room 126
               Saturday, January 24                  8am - 2:30pm

Solar Photovoltaic Electric Systems

This 6-hour class is “CODE” Iowa ECU approved.  You will learn the fundamentals for DC and AC conductor and circuit sizing. It covers all aspects of grounding and bonding for PV systems and the many differences from these types of systems and standard AC building wiring methods. It covers all the disconnect rules for both the AC and DC side as well as fuse and overcurrent protection rules. There are many existing rules that article 690 modifies. Please bring code book, calculator, and pencil/pen.

 6 hours, 1 session I $125 I Herb Ogden

#48075   SCC West Burlington Campus     Room 126
               Saturday, March 28                      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.  Approved by the Iowa Electrical Examining Board.

4 hours, 1 session / $85 / Herb Ogden

#47912   RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 103
               Thursday, Jan 29                         5 - 9pm

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.  This course qualifies for 3 CEU's for Electrician Relicensing.  Approved by the Iowa Electrical Examining Board.

3 hours, 1 session / $65 / Herb Ogden

#47914   RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 103
              Tuesday, Feb 10                          5 - 8pm

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.  Approved by the Iowa Electrical Examining Board.

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

3 hours, 1 session / $65 / Herb Ogden

#47933   RiverPark Place, Burlington        Room 103
               Thursday, Feb 12                        5 - 8pm

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.  Approved by the Iowa Electrical Examining Board.

6 hours, 1 session / $125 / Herb Ogden

#47913   SCC West Burlington Campus        Room 103
               Saturday, Jan 31                        8am - 2:30pm

 

 

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