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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 Safety

In this course, students will review practices commonly associated with electricity on mobile equipment. Students will be able to recognize what not to do when servicing or performing maintenance on electrical equipment. Learning objectives: • Learn why it is wrong to short-circuit start a piece of equipment • Learn the correct process of connecting a booster battery • Learn about the dangers of current • Understand what to do if someone is being electrically shocked This course will be delivered online. This class is expected to take 6-8 hours to complete and can be done so as it fits in your schedule. You will have access to the course until December 17. Instructions on how to access your online class will be provided following registration.

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Forklift Safety Training

Whether you are an inexperienced operator looking to become certified for the first time, or an expert operator just needing to renew your certification, this training option is great for everyone. This course is comprised of a theoretical classroom session in which you will cover important topics such as how to safely operate a forklift with pedestrians around, how to perform a pre-operational inspection, and understanding capacity requirement and load centers, along with practical forklift driver training. Course covers mandatory instruction required per 29 CFR 1910.178.

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Fundamentals of Remote Sensing

Knowledge about the interaction between light and plant tissue expands every year. Today, there are many tools to help monitor crop health before an issue is visible to the human eye. In this online course, you will learn to use both online and equipment mounted remote sensing solutions. Tools that will be covered include handheld, mounted equipment, and online satellite solutions. This course will be delivered online. This class is expected to take 6-8 hours to complete and can be done so as it fits in your schedule. You will have access to the course until December 17. Instructions on how to access your online class will be provided following registration. Eight CCA Crop Managment or Precision Ag CEU's are available for those that complete the course. For more information about CEU's, contact Lonny Mitchell at 402-844-7467.

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Hydraulic Safety / SEGURIDAD HIDRÁULICA

In this course, we will discuss and talk about safety concerns involved with hydraulic circuits. This course will allow students to understand the lack of OSHA regulations involved with hydraulics. We will look at common practices for working around hydraulics and how they can be dangerous. Lastly, understand how hydraulic systems are not safe from a lockout/tagout point of view. Learning Objectives: • Recognize typical accidents associated with hydraulics • Lockout/Tagout procedures for a hydraulic system • Identifying potential safety hazards This course will be delivered online. This class is expected to take 6-8 hours to complete and can be done so as it fits in your schedule. You will have access to the course until December 17. Instructions on how to access your online class will be provided following registration. Course also available in Spanish. Curso también disponible en español.

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Manufacturing Maintenance: Electrical & Instrumentation Training

In this program, you will identify safety practices related to various electrical apparatuses. You will be asked to describe the electrical hazards that might be encountered, demonstrate lock-out/tag-out procedures and integrate standards to prevent energy-related hazards. Throughout the training, you will gain knowledge of various tools and instruments utilized by electrical and instrumentation technicians and demonstrate how to use them properly. In addition, you will gain a thorough understanding of a manufacturing process control system, to include piping and instrumentation diagrams. You will learn the proper use of multi-meters and programming controllers and be able to troubleshoot various types of electrical signals. Safety training in the areas of Forklift Safety, OSHA 10 Hour for General Industry, and First Aid, CPR and AED are included. Financial assistance through the Community College Gap Assistance Program and the Get Nebraska Growing Workforce Retraining Initiative are available and will cover course cost, tools, and textbooks for those individuals meeting program guidelines. For additional information contact Amy Kaiser at 402-844-7245. Additional expenses include tools ($1151) and books ($195).

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Manufacturing Maintenance: Mechanical Training

In this program, you will gain knowledge and proficiency of various tools and instruments utilized by mechanics. Fasteners, pumps, motors, valves, part number identification and the ability to read and understand drawings will be incorporated into classroom and lab-based learning. You will work with a variety of tools and instruments to identify, assembly, disassembly, and repair equipment. Laser alignment and dial indicators will be used to demonstrate mechanical misalignment. Proper removal and installation techniques of rotating apparatuses and associated parts will be discussed and demonstrated with hands-on applications. Safety training in the areas of Forklift Safety, OSHA 10 Hour for General Industry, and First Aid, CPR and AED are included. Financial assistance through the Community College Gap Assistance Program and the Get Nebraska Growing Workforce Retraining Initiative are available and will cover course cost, tools, and textbooks for those individuals meeting program guidelines. For additional information contact Amy Kaiser at 402-844-7245. Additional expenses include tools ($1002) and books ($460).

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