Learners will learn all the essential features of Windows. Covers everything you need to know to install Windows, including customization, applications, and navigation. Explores managing folders, Mail, Calendars, and Contacts.
This course will provide the basic knowledge necessary to work within a spreadsheet and perform basic editing. Learners will go through an overview of the processes to create a spreadsheet and learn how to enter data, format cells and create simple formulas. This is a hands on, interactive course where learners will be able to apply the concepts from the course on a spreadsheet.
This course will provide a more in-depth look at Excel spreadsheets and focus on more advanced tools. First students should take the Basics and if they need more help they can then take the intermediate.
This course will provide the basic knowledge necessary to create and display presentations in PowerPoint. Learners will go through an overview of the tools in the program including choosing a design theme, creating slides and adding images. This is a hands on, interactive course where learners will create a sample presentation using the skills learned from the course.
Are you thinking of doing a holiday letter complete with pictures? This course will provide the basic skills to create and format simple projects: letters and labels. Students learn to add pictures and graphics to projects.
Having trouble keeping track of where you saved your files? This class is for you! This class covers the essentials of understanding file management within Windows. The course covers the navigation and use of Windows Explorer, creating folders, selecting and moving files to their appropriate folder and creating quick desktop shortcuts. It provides you with all the tools to store and quickly retrieve important documents on your computer.
From setting up an account, to safely interacting with others, this course will provide all the tools needed to use Facebook with ease. It also lays the groundwork for those seeking to use Facebook as a promotional tool for their business.
Not sure how to use your new electronic device or just want to learn more about technology? This course will teach you how to use your smartphone, tablet, iPod, iPhone or iPad device. You will learn how to setup your device, basic maneuvering and how to download apps. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own devices.
What is the buzz about the website Pinterest? The simple answer is that Pinterest is a virtual inspiration board. Discover how you can upload, save, sort and manage images (known as pins) and other media content such as videos and images through collections known as pinboards. Explore how Pinterest can be used to gather and exchange, collaborate ideas for crafts, recipes, exercises or anything with a visual cue.
Discover the basics on how to effectively sell merchandise on the internet. You will learn how to setup an account and sell items via eBay and Craigslist. Learn how to create listings that will attract buyers, write effective descriptions, set prices, process payments and maintain your safety as a seller.
This course will help you manage your healthcare online. This is a hands on, interactive class, learners will be able to access their own accounts. Learners will be able to safely access their healthcare information.
This instructor led course is designed to help learners identify problems with their computers and how to use online tools such as CC Cleaner, Malware Bytes, and virus scans. Topics will include back-ups, restore points, and other computer troubleshooting issues. Learners are encouraged to bring their own laptop, NTC computers will also be available.
This course highlights the similarities in equipment and technique between the major arc welding processes. Students complete introductory level competencies in the GMAW, SMAW, FCAW, and GTAW processes. Material preparation skills include shearing, sawing, grinding, and thermal cutting. This course is 40 hours for apprenticeship programs.
This course prepares you for the front line position at a dealership or auto repair facility. Learn to write accurate shop repair orders and be able to quickly and effectively analyze a customer's problems. As a Service Consultant, you will play a key role in converting a customer's description of a problem into a shop repair order and sale.
Prepares learners for safe operation of work site equipment. Procedures regarding welding machines, band saws, shears, grinders, oxy fuel equipment and an array of hand tools are practiced. Crane and forklift operation are introduced.
Develop print interpretation skills needed in metal fabrication. Learners study orthographic projection, dimensioning, welding symbols and bill of materials. Learners apply concepts in hands-on activities, practicing basic layout skills and safe operation of saws, shears and drills.
Builds on print interpretation skills developed in Weld Print Reading 1. Learners study increasingly complicated prints and welding symbols. Learners will apply concepts in hands-on activities, practicing basic layout skills and safe operation of saws, shears and drills.
Develops skill in gas metal arc welding. Learners use spray transfer to make fillet and groove welds in the flat and horizontal positions on steel. Weld quality is assessed per AWS D1.1 Structural Steel Code.
Develops skill in gas metal arc welding. Learners use pulsed spray transfer to make fillet and groove welds in the horizontal and vertical positions on steel. Weld quality is assessed per AWS D1.1 Structural Steel Code.
Introduces process fundamentals, electrode selection and machine setup are discussed. Learners use Low hydrogen, "stick" electrodes to complete fillet and groove welds in all positions. Weld quality is assessed per AWS D1.1 - Structural Steel Code.
Builds on skills developed in SMAW 1. Learners cellulose and low hydrogen electrogen electrodes in fillet and groove welds in all positions. Weld quality is assessed per AWS D1.1 - Structural Steel Code.
Learn basic Flux Cored Arc Welding theory & set-up. After obtaining a basic understanding of the welding process in theory students turn to the welding lab for exciting experimental lab activities to proof out accepted FCAW welding techniques. Weld quality is assessed per AWS D1.1 - Structural Steel Code.
Make fillet and groove welds in all positions using .045" flux cored wire. Assessments for this course are 100% lab based with a focus on weld quality and technique. Weld quality is assessed per D1.1 - Structural Steel Code.
Prepares Learners for rebuilding engine assemblies. Learners will disassemble, inspect components, and reassemble engines according to manufactures specifications. Four-stroke engine theory will be covered. Learners will be introduced to engine rebuilding specialty tools and engine machining processes. Emphasis is placed on out-of-vehicle engine repair including overhaul procedures and techniques.
This course is a study of design, construction and service of vehicle braking systems. Emphasis is placed on disc and drum applications, power brake units, the machining of brake drum and rotors, hydraulic systems and components along with maintenance and the parking brake system.
This course develops a theoretical background in the operating principles governing automatic transmissions and transaxles. The emphasis is on diagnostic procedures and the problem-solving techniques associated with the servicing and repair of automatic transmissions and transaxles for automobiles and light trucks. The course stresses care and use of shop equipment hand tools, databases and the application of safe shop practices. Need to meet entry-level assessment standards to enroll.
Repair engine mechanical failures. Learners will test and diagnose engine problems using compression tests, cylinder leakage tests, and engine vacuum testing. Theory will include cooling and lubrication systems including cooling system pressure testing and oil pressure tests. Emphasis is placed on in-vehicle engine repair including timing belt/chain replacement, oil and coolant leak repair, and engine mount replacement.
This course provides the opportunity for the learner to develop the knowledge and skills needed to service steering and suspension systems. This course includes component description and operation, diagnosis, replacement and wheel alignment diagnosis and adjustment.
Introduces diagnosis and repair of automotive electrical and electronic systems. Learners will develop the principles of basic electrical units and circuits, apply ohm’s law while interpreting wiring diagrams, and be introduced to the use electrical test equipment. Focusing on basic circuit concepts they will analyze customers concerns, diagnose basic lighting electrical circuits, research repair information, and verify completed repairs.
Develops skills needed to diagnose and repair automotive electrical and electronic systems. Applying knowledge of wiring diagrams along with manufactures descriptions and diagnostic procedures, Learners perform and evaluate testing and repairs on today’s computer controlled starting, charging, and battery systems.
Expands on learners skills in diagnosing and repairing electrical and electronic systems. Emphasizing their knowledge of proper diagnostic routines, learners perform and evaluate testing and repairs on electrical and electronic accessories, controls, and sensors related to customer convenience, communication and safety.
Addresses the theory, diagnosis and repair of clutches, manual transmissions/transaxle, differentials, four wheel drive/all wheel drive and drivelines. Students develop these skills in a classroom and lab setting.
Introduces the learner to the repair, servicing and maintenance of hybrid systems and powertrains. The course will include: safety procedures and practices when working on hybrid components, study of hybrid electric system components and operation, exploration of current and future hybrid vehicles, service procedures and considerations of hybrid powertrains, and an introduction to hydrogen powered vehicles. Learners will be testing hybrid battery assemblies, measuring high voltage circuits, safely disabling the high voltage for vehicle servicing, and dissembling hybrid drivetrains.
Repair automotive climate control systems. Learners will study the theory of operation, diagnosis, and service of heating and air conditioning systems used on automobiles and light trucks. Learners will get hands on training on late model cars to reinforce classroom theory. Learners will also be introduced to the use of scan tools, computer self-diagnostics, and A/C recharging equipment and refrigerant identifiers.
Diagnose engine ignition systems, computer control systems and engine sensors. This course will carry the learner beyond basic tune-ups into the world of computer controlled systems. Learners will study the engine sensors that feed data to an on-board computers. They will learn how the computer processes and then uses data to make a host of real time decisions concerning ignition and emission controls. Learners will get hands on training on late model cars to reinforce classroom theory. The use of DVOMs, scan tools, oscilloscopes, pressure transducers, and computer self-diagnostics will be covered.
Diagnose fuel systems and emission control systems. This course will cover the theory of operation, diagnosis, service and repair of fuel systems including TBI, MPI and DI systems. Also vehicle emissions systems including PCV, EGR, EVAP, Catalytic Converters and OBD II computer systems will be taught. Learners will get hands on training on late model cars to reinforce classroom theory. Learners will also be trained in the use of: oscilloscopes, engine analyzers, gas benches, EGR testers, scan tools and various computer self-diagnostics tools.
Introduces Fluid power systems used in industry. The advantages and disadvantages of fluid power compared to other power transmission systems are examined. The potential dangers are explored and the safety procedures related to fluid power are reviewed and implemented. The application of principles of fluid power transmission and the formulas used in fluid power system analysis and design are experienced in the lab. The fundamental principles, components, symbols and applications of hydraulic and pneumatic fluid power applications are introduced. Basic power and control circuits are developed using computer aided design and simulation software and then connected and tested in the lab.