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Corporate & Continuing Education

Skilled Trades

Advanced Manufacturing

Fundamentals of Welding - This is a beginning theory and practice course which will introduce the safe operations and applications of oxyacetylene welding, cutting, brazing and shielded metal arc welding. Practice will consist of these methods of joining steel in the horizontal, flat, and vertical positions. Destructive testing will also be taught. This class will run with both credit and non-credit students together in one cohort.

MIG/TIG Welding - This is a welding course in GMAW (gas metal arc welding formally known as MIG welding) and GTAW (gas tungsten arc welding known as TIG welding) processes and techniques. Topics will include safety, use of equipment, power sources, shielding gases, filler metals, welding techniques, trouble-shooting, weld defects and welding in the flat, vertical and horizontal positions. This class will run with both credit and non-credit students together in one cohort.

AutoCAD I - This course will prepare students to use computer aided design (CAD) to produce high quality prints that utilize all current ANSI terminology and standards. A working knowledge and understanding of a variety of mechanical, architectural, welding and electrical blueprints is required prior to taking this class.  This class will run with both credit and non-credit students together in one cohort.

GD&T - This course will provide the student with a working knowledge and understanding of dimensioning and tolerancing for specific design requirements on engineering drawings. Students are exposed to symbols, terms, datums, material conditions, form, profile, orientation, runout, and location tolerances. Content includes use and understanding of the symbolic method of specification related to tolerances being applied using ANSI Y14.5.  This class will run with both credit and non-credit students together in one cohort.

Blueprint Reading - This course will provide the student with a working knowledge and understanding of a variety of mechanical, architectural, welding and electrical blueprints.  This class will run with both credit and non-credit students together in one cohort.

Lean Manufacturing

CCE and the Center for Employee Development, LLC (C4ED), have teamed up to deliver Lean Training. Now available on campus, The Lean Environment Simulator (LES) is designed to give participants an opportunity to experience true lean manufacturing principles and tools firsthand. The Lean Process Certificate Series consists of four classes to prepare participants on how to apply 5S, problem solving, standard work, and continuous improvement techniques in Lean organizations. Receive a 15% discount by registering for all four series classes at once.  

Building Trades and Weatherization Training

Fundamentals of Energy Efficiency - This course will explore the fundamentals of designing and maintaining an energy efficient building to reduce a homeowner or business's cost of utilities. Student will learn techniques to identify wasted energy and the methods needed to modernize an energy inefficient home (same as CCT 160). This class will run with both credit and non-credit students together in one cohort.

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