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Adult Driving Class

This is a driving class for individuals 18 and older, who have an LPD permit and want to learn how to drive, or individuals who want to sharpen their driving skills. Also, individuals who fail three drive tests with DMV can attend this class or hold a valid LPD for 90 days to retest. Tests passed during this class do not waive drive test at the DMV. Students will acquire the basic skills to operate a vehicle. Six hours of classroom and six hours of driving time is required. Instructor will arrange driving time with students.

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Driver's Education

This is a Provisional Operators Permit driver training course for individuals 14-17 years old. A Learner’s or School Permit is required for participation and needs to be brought to the first class. The class requires 20 hours of classroom and a minimum of 6 hours of driving. Students will acquire the skills to operate a vehicle. The driving experience will be arranged by the instructor with the student, parent and or guardian within the time frame specified. NECC will provide the materials needed.

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Introduction to Automotive Lab Scope (DSO) Usage

From diagnosing vehicle network communication problems, to locating faulty vehicle electronics, to finding that intermittent problem that we all encounter from time to time, the automotive lab scope is hands down one of the best pieces of diagnostic equipment an auto tech can have in his/her arsenal of tools. Often, technicians have not had the opportunity to learn how to properly set and/or use this versatile, time-saving tool. Northeast is offering a 1-day introductory class with hands-on training in lab scopes. Lab Scopes may differ but most all have the same functionality. If you have your own lab scope and want to learn how to better apply its usage to daily tasks or brush up on your skills, or if you are simply interested in learning more about them before you purchase one this class will cover it. Bring your Lab Scope, if you have one, and your sense of adventure for all we can do with a Lab Scope.

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Motorcycle Rider Course

The Motorcycle Rider Course (MRC) includes classroom instruction and 10 hours of riding instruction, which is required by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. The course begins with the basics of turning, shifting, and braking and then moves onto the advanced skills and strategies for street riding. Professionally trained instructors teach in the classroom and then coach riders in a controlled riding area. Participants are required to take the Motorcycle Safety Foundation eCourse no more than 30 days prior to the start of class. Details regarding the eCouse will be emailed/mailed to the student approximately 25 to 30 days prior to the start of the first class, along with additional paperwork needed for the course. There is no additional cost for the mandatory eCourse. The class meets Fri., 6:30 pm -10 pm; Sat., 7:50am-6:00 pm; and Sun., 7:50am-4:30 pm.

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Professional Truck Driver Training

The training program is an intensive course. Students will learn to operate articulated vehicles in a training environment that includes driving on city streets, two-lane, and interstate highways. The program includes 240 contact hours, 44+ hours of behind the wheel training and 190 hours of classroom, lab, and observation. A CASA test will be provided if necessary through Adult Education. Must have CDL Learner's permit, DOT drug screen and DOT physical by the start of the first day of class. Tuition does not include the cost of books, DOT physical, drug screen, MVR report, learner’s permit or the CDL license. The Norfolk and South Sioux City locations offers six-week course scheduled Monday through Friday, meeting 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Financial assistance is available through the Community College GAP Assistance Program for students meeting income guidelines, contact Amy Kaiser 402.844.7245. For course details and related questions, contact Ed Lewis at 402-844-7217.

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