Other Trade Courses

Summer 2018


Manufacturing 4.0 Conference

This one-day manufacturing conference, sponsored by the National Science Foundation, will be held on August 14, 2018, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Attendees will learn about the latest trends and opportunities in this surging segment of industry and will have the opportunity to network with regional industry, educators, and students who are stakeholders in creating the new workforce. If you are registering for TRD 227 B the course is sponsored and you will owe nothing after registering.

Fee: $20 Materials Fee: $99 Registration Fee: $8

TRD-227-B | 08/14/18-08/14/18 | I. Staff | Check WebAdvisor for course details and Register


Fall 2018


Motorcycle Repair

You can master the fundamental concepts and skills to keep a motorcycle running smoothly. Setup your own motorcycle garage with the right tools to perform basic inspections, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Hands-on lab projects will include tune-ups, fastener servicing, fuel systems, basic electronics, batteries and charging systems, and engine condition diagnosing without teardown. Information also relates to servicing ATV's and scooters. (Textbook required)

Fee: $225 Senior Adult Fee: $100 Materials Fee: $50 Registration Fee: $8

MST-002-C | 09/11/18-10/13/18 | D. Goldman | Check WebAdvisor for course details and Register


Forklift Operator Training

Pick, travel, and place loads with confidence after completing this hands-on class for forklift operators. Walk through procedures for forklift inspection, maintaining lift stability and tip-over prevention, loading and unloading racks, and identifying forklift types and operations. Classroom and practical training meet the requirements of OSHA 1910.178(l). Safety shoes or work boots required. (Textbook included)

Fee: $120 Senior Adult Fee: $72 Materials Fee: $50 Registration Fee: $8

TRD-030-D | 10/13/18-10/13/18 | D. Donovan | Check WebAdvisor for course details and Register


Small Engine Repair

Whether for fun or profit, you can service small engines found in lawn equipment, motorboats, snow blowers, or garden equipment. Hands-on shop activities and expert instruction will introduce you to the principles of two-cycle and four-cycle engine operation, fuel and exhaust systems, ignition components, lubrication systems, and cooling systems. A list of tools needed will be distributed at the first class and appropriate safety clothing is required for shop activities. (Textbook required)

Fee: $165 Senior Adult Fee: $99 Materials Fee: $25 Registration Fee: $8

TRD-124-C | 09/10/18-10/24/18 | T. Kroon | Check WebAdvisor for course details and Register


Construction Equipment Operator Introduction

Enhance your skills or launch a new career operating construction equipment in this program, which provides you with a comprehensive overview of construction equipment uses, operator responsibilities, career opportunities, and safety principles associated with the operation of construction equipment. Class also provides an overview of each type of heavy equipment covered in the program, along with their different models, applications, and common attachments. (Textbook and materials included)

Fee: $225 Senior Adult Fee: $90 Materials Fee: $290 Registration Fee: $8

TRD-217-C | 09/18/18-10/04/18 | C. Staff | Check WebAdvisor for course details and Register


Construction Equipment Operator Skills

Practice hands-on use of a variety of construction equipment, while focusing on safe operation and preventive maintenance at the work site. Class activities include proper mounting, startup procedures, and basic movements of the machine and its attachments. Provides hands-on experience with a variety of machines performing work tasks including skid loaders, excavators and back hoes. Prerequisite: CEO Introduction class. (Textbook and materials included)

Fee: $1200 Senior Adult Fee: $480 Materials Fee: $1767 Registration Fee: $8

TRD-218-D | 10/09/18-11/15/18 | C. Staff | Check WebAdvisor for course details and Register