Career Training

Industrial Training


Industrial Maintenance

BSH-9801-W17 - Prerequisite- Must meet pre-admission assessment requirements (TABE). The Industrial Maintenance Program has been developed as a request through local industry. The curriculum provides a total of 246 hours of instruction and gives an individual knowledge in blueprint, basic pneumatics and hydraulics, CNC maintenance and basic industrial electrical. The program will provide qualified individuals the skills to acquire employment or job advancement throughout the region.

Instructor:  D.Decker
Day:T/F
Date:2/21-7/21/17
Time:8 AM-2:30 PM
Cost:$3650
Location:Bush Campus Bldg 7 Rm 704L
Sessions/Hours:41/246

 

OSHA 10 General Industry

BSH-7008-P17 - Prerequisite: None. This course is intended to provide an entry level general industry worker broad awareness on recognizing and preventing hazards on an industrial site. OSHA recommends this training as an orientation to occupational safety and health. Upon successful completion, participants receive the OSHA General Industry card

Instructor:  Decker
Day:T/F
Date:2/14 & 2/17/17
Time:8:30-3:00pm
Cost:$195
Location:Bush Campus Bldg 7 Rm 704L
Sessions/Hours:2/12

 

BSH-7008-U18

Instructor:  Decker
Day:W/Th
Date:7/19 & 7/20/17
Time:8:30-3:00pm
Cost:$195
Location:Bush Campus Bld 7 Rm 704L
Sessions/Hours:2/12

 

Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)

BSH-9604-P17 - Pre-requisite: Must complete entrance assessment. Also needs to have successfully completed the Electricity Program, Industrial Maintenance program or have an understanding of basic electricity, AC and DC theory with instructor’s approval. Also basic understanding and experience with the Windows PC environment. This training program is intended to provide a fundamental understanding of the Programmable Logic Controller. This includes the hardware components included in a Programmable Logic Controller system and the software used to create, debug and monitor the system. The program consists of both class lectures and hands on labs with PLC hardware, industrial sensors and a variety of devices typically controlled and monitored by PLCs. By definition, this training course is not a “programming “class. However, significant time is spent within the programming environment in an effort to enable the student to fully grasp the programming concepts, use the development environment in troubleshooting, process monitoring, and data collection.

Instructor:  Kelley
Day:M/T/Th
Date:3/20-5/11/17
Time:5:00 - 9:00pm
Cost:$1,795
Location:Bush Campus Bldg 2 Rm202A/B
Sessions/Hours:23/90