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Auto Body Restoration Theory and Lab

The course has been redesigned and updated to provide an opportunity for students to learn and adopt methods to restore vehicles. Topics include panel adjustment, rust repair, dent repair, sheet metal replacement, priming, sanding, painting, and buffing. Must sign up for theory and lab class.

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Digital Controller Systems-Programmable Logic Controller-Level 2

In this 24-hour course, participants will construct, program, and diagnose failures of a controller system utilizing a Siemens or Allen Bradley controller. Proposed Training Content • Various sensor types • Understand interfaces between different control elements. • Drawing generation and drawing types • Short circuit current rating (SCCR) • Write a program. • Commission a program • Troubleshooting a machine The training is all hands-on activities with a real machine. Upon completion of the series, participants will gain have a general working knowledge of programmable logic controllers, as well as maintenance and troubleshooting techniques necessary to keep equipment on-line.

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Digital Controllers - Programmable Logic Controllers - Level 1

In this 40-hour course, participants will construct, program and diagnose failures of a controller system utilizing a Siemens and Allen Bradley controller. It is intended for individuals who have had prior experience or education with electrical schematics, computers, and control systems. Recommended tools not included in the cost of the course include: · Klein Tools 11055 Wire Stripper and cutter for 12-20 AWG Stranded Wire · Precision Screwdriver set, slotted, 6 pcs · Digital Multi-meter Category III rating Recommended tools are the responsibility of each participant.

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Electrical Licensing I

Class will cover a minimum of 8 hours on code with the additional 8 hours on related topics. These classes are tailored to fit class needs and requirements and will also cover the changes in the National Electrical Code and Calculations. Qualifies for continuing education hours needed for licensing.

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Electrical Licensing Prep

This prep course is designed to prepare you to take the Nebraska Electrical License Exam. During this course you will review basic electricity calculation, electrical code calculations, code sections, and State of Nebraska electrical law and regulation compliance.

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Farm and Ranch Welding

This course is designed to cover basic welding skills for farm and ranch purposes. Safe use of equipment is emphasized. Students will receive basic instruction and participated in hands-on experiences using oxyfuel welding, cutting, and shielded metal arc welding and gas metal arc welding (MIG).

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Forklift Safety Training

Course emphasis is on safe operation and maintenance of forklift trucks, electrical pallet jacks, and narrow aisle equipment. Discussion will include hands-on training and how to evaluate the performance of your operators. This is the most complete general industry forklift training program ever created. Everything you will need to certify your forklift operators is in one simple but comprehensive program. The Nebraska Safety Council training program communicates valuable information from which new and experienced forklift operators can benefit. Topics such as general safety, pre-operation, operation core safety rules, and load handling will be covered. Topics such as safety rules for different types of lift trucks and battery maintenance will also be discussed. Course covers mandatory instruction required per OSHA 29 CFR 1910.178.

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GTAW (TIG) Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

This course provides the student with a technical understanding of gas tungsten arc welding, arc characteristics and welding safety. It provides training to develop the skill necessary to make TIG fillet welds on mild steel, stainless and aluminum thin gage material which does not include thick plate, pipe, or other structural shapes. If a student desires to practice on different types of material other than what is offered, material must be provided by student. Supplies needed are: helmet, welding cap, clear safety glasses, pliers, diagonal cutting pliers, welding coat, TIG gloves, stainless steel wire brush.

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Introduction to Welding

Northeast Community College welding courses are a great way to enhance the skill level for the fundamental welder or give a solid background and overview of welding for the non-welder. This course gives theory and safety of the welding field along with some hands-on experience with the major welding and cutting processes. This is the course to take if you are thinking about a welding career or if you deal with welding in your every day job but don't actually have to weld. Purchasing agents, plant managers, distributor sales personnel, quality assurance people, administrators, and counselors at schools and others will gain an understanding of welding that will make you more proficient at your job that involves welding related activities. Supplies needed are: helmet, welding cap, clear safety glasses, pliers, needle nose pliers, carbon steel wire brush, welding coat or leathers, cutting goggles, and welding gloves.

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Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)

This course provides the student with a technical understanding of arc welding, welding safety, power sources, electrode classification and selection. Welding will be done in all positions on mild steel carbon material, single and multiple pass, using mild steel, low hydrogen and iron power electrodes, with DC current. Depending on ability of student groove, welds may also be performed as time permits. Course also provides understanding of oxyacetylene cutting as well as safety practices in cutting. Supplies needed: Welding helmet, welding cap, clear safety glasses, pliers, needle nose pliers, carbon steel wire brush, welding coat or leathers, cutting goggles, and welding SMAW gloves. Chipping hammers and wire brushes are optional.

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