Trade & Industrial

 Please note: Students aged 60 and over, must declare they are over 60 (validation to be completed before beginning of first class) to receive 10% discount and must enter coupon code 60MCCC at checkout. 
Certified Production Technician
Learn skills to obtain employment in manufacturing or other related organization by completing the CPT+ program. Training includes basic production knowledge, communication skills, and hands-on learning. Approved for the Adult Diploma Program and VA funding eligible, National Career Readiness Certificate.

160 Hours
Cost: $2000
1/8/2019 – 5/23/2019

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Course dates subject to change

HVAC - Full Time
The HVAC Technology program prepares students to be a level one service technician and installer. Learn basic electricity, fundamental concepts of refrigeration, basic piping and tubing, basic tools and equipment, forced air heating systems, hydronics, and geothermal heating so that you can work as a Service Technician and Installer in the HVAC field. Tool kit provided. Qualifying students sit for ICE & EPA certification. Graduates earn 22 semester/33 quarter hours of CT2 College Credit.

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Basic Home Repairs
From wiring and woodworking to fixing water problems, this course covers how to handle and repair basic home problems in plumbing, carpentry and electricity.

10 wks
Cost: $250*
Wed 6:00p-9:00p
4/3/2019 – 6/5/2019

Electricity - The Starting Point
This foundation course covers the fundamentals of AC/DC, circuit control and protection, safety, magnetism and induction so that you can begin your career in electrical maintenance.

7 wks
Cost: $200
Mon 6:30p-9:30p
1/7/2019 – 3/4/2019
4/8/2019 – 5/20/2019

Industrial Electricity
You will learn a systems approach to motor controls including basic control circuits, sensing devices, solid-state controls, variable speed drive and programmable logic controllers.  You will experience a series of practical laboratory exercises that cover installation, testing and troubleshooting procedures. Prerequisite: Residential Electricity or Electricity the Starting Point

8 wks
Cost: $375*
Tue & Thu 6:30p-9:30p
4/2/2019 – 5/23/2019

Residential Electricity
Gain basic knowledge of electrical theory, safety and hands-on experience in residential wiring following National Electrical Code requirements.  A calculator is recommended.

8 wks
Cost: $350*
Tue & Thu 6:30p-9:30p
1/8/2019 – 3/5/2019

Learn introductory and advanced electric arc, oxy-acetylene, and MIG and TIG welding.  Develop your own individualized training plan to meet your specific needs.  Personal safety equipment required.  Class limit of 10.

Personal safety equipment required.

Textbook purchase recommended: Welding Skills 5th Edition; ISBN: 9780826930842; $119.00

Topics Include:

  • Safety
  • Oxy-Acetylene (Welding, Brazing, and Cutting)
  • SMAW (Stick Welding)
  • GMAW (Mig Welding)
  • FCAW (Flux core Arc Welding)
  • GTAW (TIG) – Mild Steel, Stainless Steel, and Aluminum

Job Outlook According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics: Employment of welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers is projected to grow 4 percent from 2014 to 2024, slower than the average for all occupations. Despite slower than average employment growth, skilled welders with up-to-date training should have good job opportunities.

10 wks
Cost: $600*
Tue & Thu 6:00p-9:00p
1/8/2019 – 3/19/2019
3/26/2019 – 5/30/2019 Session full, please contact Adult Education for wait list information

Online registration is not available for this course.  Please complete the “Hire” Education Application

*Additional Book Fees Required