Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical
Avoiding Common Plumbing Code Errors $65
Date: 3/13/13 Time: 8-10am Site: Emmetsburg (800) **
Non-Compliant plumbing installations, the applicable code sections, and a practical explanation of what is required for compliance will be the focus of this class. 2HRS PLBG CODE.
Construction Safety: Focus Four $65
Date: 3/13/13 Time:10-12pm Site:Emmetsburg (800) **
OSHA’s “Focus Four” (falls, caught-in or between, stuck-by, and electrocution) will be the focus of the seminar.This seminar is designed to help workers recognize, avoid, and protect themselves from those types of accidents most commonly involved in construction workplace fatalities. 2HRS SAFETY.
Math for the Trades $120
Date: 3/13/13 Time:1-5pm Site: Emmetsburg (800) **
This course will dive into the Basic rules for math (measurements, symbols, pipe/duct geometry), formulas, angle measures, conversion of measurement units and more. 4HRS ANY TRADE.
101 NEC Rules $65
Date: 5/21/13 Time: 8-10am Site: Spencer **
Overview : This class will delve into Chapters 1 & 2 of the NEC Rules. 2HRS ELECTRICAL CODE.
Understanding the NEC Part 1 $65
Date: 5/21/13 Time: 10-12pm Site: Spencer **
This course will enhance your understanding of the National Electrical Code Articles 90-450. 2HRS ELECTRICAL CODE.
Understanding the NEC Part 2 $65
Date: 5/21/13 Time: 1-3pm Site: Spencer **
This course will give a better than basic fundamental understanding of the NEC articles 500-820. 2HRS ELECTRICAL CODE.
Motor and A/C Calculations $65
Date: 5/21/13 Time: 3-5pm Site: Spencer **
This course will cover many of the more common calculations that cross over into the air conditioning trade from the electrical trade. Some of these calculations will be, but are not limited to: Full load current Vs. nameplate, Motor VA and figuring overload protection and short circuit potential for GFCI. 2HRS ELECTRICAL CODE.
Electrical Theory $120
Date: 5/22/13 Time: 8-12pm Site: Spencer **
This Course will cover the basics of Electrical Theory. We will delve into Basic electricity (Electrical circuits and formulas), the differences in electrical circuits (Series and Parallel), Alternating current, Grounding and Bonding, motors, generators, transformers, and electrical fundamentals (Matter, electron theory, magnetism, electricity, and electromagnetism) 4HRS ELECTRICAL NON-CODE / 4HRS IA PMSB ANY TRADE.
Motor Controls $65
Date: 5/22/13 Time: 1-3pm Site: Spencer **
This course will give a brief intro to motor controls and their function within a system. You will learn how to read schematics, how to determine the types and the application best suited for the device, how 3 phase and reversing controls work and how to tie in multiple motors to a system with a centrally controlled design. 2HRS ELECTRICAL NON-CODE.
Grounding VS Bonding Part 1 $65
Date: 5/22/13 Time: 3-5pm Site: Spencer **
This course is the introductory section of grounding vs. bonding course as seen through Mike Holt enterprises. We cover system grounding and bonding, grounding electrode systems, bonding and methods of equipment grounding and bonding. 2HRS ELECTRICAL NON-CODE / 2HRS IA PMSB ANY TRADE.
Grounding VS Bonding Part 2 $65
Date: 5/22/13 Time: 5-7pm Site: Spencer **
This course is the second section of the grounding vs. bonding course as seen through. 2HRS ELECTRICAL NON-CODE / 2HRS IA PMSB ANY TRADE.
National Electrical Code Update $175
Course #: 48190 Date(s): 3/28/13 Site: Spirit Lake Time: 9am-4pm (Thurs.)
The National Electrical Code is the most widely used electrical installation standard in the world and is in a state of constant change. In this one day seminar you will learn about the latest electrical code requirements and interpretations found in the 2011 National Electrical Code. Please bring your 2011 NEC book and calculator. Approved for 6 coderelated continuing education hours in IA and NE.