TRADES - WINTER/SPRING 2019
Welding Basics - Tech 1 (48 hours) $700.
WLD103 Tu/Th, 1/15-2/21/2019, 5-9 PM
This basic welding course is intended for beginners and those with very little welding experience. This course will introduce students to the fundamental concepts of welding in preparation for employment in the welding field. Topics covered include: basic safety in a welding environment; angle grinders and their use; material preparation; SMAW (stick welding) basics; electrode identification; oxy-fuel cutting; and GMAW (MIG welding) basics. Students are expected to come to all classes with clothing and gear necessary to perform work. Required gear includes: cotton based dark color clothing (long pants), leather work boots, welding coat or sleeves, gauntlet style welding gloves, and welding helmet.
Small Engine Repair (30 hours) $525.
SER101 W, 3/6 - 5/8/19, 5:30-8:30 pm
Students will work in state-of-the-art classrooms and labs covering various types of engines and equipment. This course provides students with excellent training for general mechanics and knowledge of how things work. The students spend 60 percent of the class in the shop, experiencing hands-on training while learning how to repair and maintain a variety of small gas engines. Blended learning environment combines theory and hands-on skills. Take online tests and earn certificates through Briggs and Stratton and work on custom projects. Student Purchased Book: Small Engines and Outdoor Power Equipment: A Care & Repair Guide for: Lawn Mowers, Snowblowers & Small Gas-Powered Implements: Peter Hunn $25.00
Plumbing Code Prep (18 Hrs) $380.
PLCP01 W, 4/3 - 5/15/19, 5:30-8:30 pm
This class is for plumbers preparing to take their local journeyman's or master plumber's license exam. Topics covered include IPC information and explanation, how to read and interpret charts, and how to calculate sizing of water distribution and DWV systems. Students must bring International Plumbing Code book to class.
Basic Woodworking (30 Hrs) $405.
CAB101 W, 3/13 - 5/15/19, 6-9 pm
This course is designed for individuals that are just beginning as well as those that want to hone their woodworking skills. You will gain thorough, hands on experience in this class and more. Course topics include safety and tool useage, selection and science of wood species, hand and machine processing techniques, woodworking principles of joinery and wood construction, and basic hand tool and machine skills covering historical methods to modern techniques. Experienced woodworkers may bring their own project, work in our well-equipped shop, and get individual attention as needed from a Master Cabinetmaker. Wood for projects provided by students.
Reading Blueprints & Electrical Schematics (30 hrs) $400.
ELE100 Th, 10/11-12/20/18, 6-9 pm
Understanding how to read blueprints and interpret schematic symbols is an important skill for anyone involved in the electrical/electronic industry. This course will walk you through identifying different types of blueprint plans, learning symbols, interpreting plans and schematics, plan branch circuits for blueprint development, and incorporate electrical details within a blueprint.
To register, please complete registration form and return to UBCTS with check or money order payable to "UBCTS".
UBCTS, Adult Education, 3115 Ridge Road, Perkasie, PA 18944
Questions? Please contact Emily Evans at 215-795-2011 or firstname.lastname@example.org