Technical & Industrial
Discover Training in Industry
Construction laborers perform general tasks on project sites. This 16-week, online program is designed to provide individuals’ a comprehensive perspective of the skills and knowledge needed for a rewarding career in construction. You will learn jobsite safety, construction math and drawings, basic rigging, communication and employability skills. You will also learn about building materials, fasteners and adhesives, as well as common construction equipment.
Do you own a Drone? Is a Drone in your professional future? The Drone Pilot Basics is a 2-day course that provides an overview of things you need to know for the Part 107 Drone Pilot test (UAS). Learn the essentials of a Drone, Aviation terminology, weather considerations, FAA regulations, preflight inspection and maintenance procedures. Learn about Drones in public areas, software, useful data tools, charts, restricted areas and more. You will get hands-on experience with one of our Drone's. Remote Pilot Test Prep book with 5 practice tests included!
Class dates for Fall 2021: TBA
Certification is required in most states to work as traffic control personnel on roadways. This 4-hour class will teach you how to be a safe and effective flagger within work zones. Upon successful completion of this training and exam, you will receive a registered Flagger Certification valid for 3 years. This certification is recognized in multiple states. Students should check with their local jurisdiction as to the acceptability of our flagger certification. Must be 18 to Enroll.
Electrical Safety & LOTO:
This course educates workers on electrical protection according to OSHA 1925 and the National Electrical Code (NEC). We will cover proper PPE, tool and cord inspections, hazard elimination, and lock-out/tag out (LOTO)
Caught-in-between and Struck By:
This 4 hour course will cover information that will enable workers to recognized caught-in and between hazards and methods for protecting workers from these hazards.
This course educates workers on the potential hazards of working from heights and how to eliminate or control the hazards. We will discuss OSHA fall protection requirements, Personal Fall Arrest Systems, and controlled access zones.