#7616 Geothermal and Well Drilling Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1980
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 1980
---- Operate using the controls, their importance in proper operation, and movement of machine for safety of other employees, drilling around underground utilities, working the proper distance from overhead power lines, and other equipment working near machine. : 1980
---- Apply technical knowledge and assist during major overhauls while working with the operator, heavy duty repairperson, and welder. : 1980
---- Auguring: Both with solid flight augers and hollow stem augers. : 1980
---- “Direct” Mud Rotary: Using both polymer and bentonite based fluids, filtration control, and the use of additives to solve down hole problems. : 1980
---- Air Rotary: Using air, mist, foam, and “stiff foam” to overcome hole stabilization problems when using air in “non-cohesive” soils. : 1980
---- Reverse Rotary: Air lift and vacuum lift using both polymer and bentonite based fluids to stabilize the hole during “flooded hole drilling.” : 1980
---- Direct push: With the installation of monitoring wells and environmental procedures for collection and equipment decontamination. : 1980
---- Cable Tool: Advance holes and casing using drill stem percussion to break up and stir formation into a solution to be bailed out of the hole. : 1980
---- Sonic: Drill and sample holes using vibration of varying hertz imparted on a casing used as a drill stem to break up and liquefy the formation while the casing protects form formation collapse. : 1980
---- Dual rotary: Two rotary heads are employed to drill and case the hole at the same time. The top head drive is used to advance the drill rods and bit while the bottom drive advances the casing with the bit thru the overburden. Once the overburden is cased the top drive operates the same as on a conventional rig. : 1980
New Hours 1980
Total Hours 330
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 330
---- Operate using the controls, their importance in proper operation, and movement of machine for safety of other employees, digging underground utilities, working the proper distance from overhead power lines, and other equipment working near machine. : 330
---- Perform the movement of heavy drill collars, tooling, as well as digging mud pits and providing drainage to slurry pits. : 330
---- Apply technical knowledge and assist during major overhauls while working with the operator, heavy duty repairperson, and welder. : 330
New Hours 330
Total Hours 330
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 330
---- Operate on the different types of work assigned the dozer from rough excavation to finish work. : 330
---- Perform the movement of heavy drill collars, tooling, as well as digging mud pits and providing drainage to slurry pits. : 330
---- Assist in making minor adjustments and repairs and work with the mechanic on major repairs. : 330
New Hours 330
Total Hours 180
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 180
---- Operate on the different types of work assigned the dozer from rough excavation to finish work. : 180
---- Perform the movement of heavy drill collars, tooling, as well as digging mud pits and providing drainage to slurry pits. : 180
---- Assist in making minor adjustments and repairs and work with the mechanic on major repairs. : 180
New Hours 180
Total Hours 150
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 150
---- Operate on the different types of work assigned the dozer from pioneer and rough excavation to finish work. : 150
---- Assist in making minor adjustments and repairs and work with the mechanic on major repairs. : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 230
---- Drive a truck mounted drill. : 230
---- Study the Federal Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) laws and obtain a CDL license. : 230
New Hours 230
Total Hours 296
---- Use instruments and read plans for making grades. : 296
---- Read and set grade stakes as well as read plans and instructions. : 296
---- Read boring plans for layout. : 296
New Hours 296
Total Hours 152
---- Perform proper description of soils and logging. : 152
---- Principles and methods of soil collection. : 152
---- Record geological : 152
New Hours 152
Total Hours 200
---- Operate, service, and adjust all types of pumps. : 200
---- Assist in installing, operating, and maintaining well-point systems. : 200
---- Operate, service, and adjust all types of electric generating plants. : 200
---- Operate, service, and adjust all other types of equipment. : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 20
---- Apprenticeship Rules and Regulations : 20
---- Issue Books and Manuals : 20
---- Drug & Alcohol presentation : 20
---- Diversity : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 10
---- Occupational Safety and Health Administration(O.S.H.A) Rules and Regulations : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 8
---- Testing Requirements : 8
---- Inspection Stipulations : 8
---- Driving Course : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- 40 Hour Hazwoper Certification Course : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 18
---- Describe soils : 18
---- Log procedures : 18
---- Principles and fundamentals : 18
New Hours 18
Total Hours 8
---- Standard First Aid, CPR and AED : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 80
---- Drill Rig : 80
---- Skid steer loader : 80
---- Forklift and Powered Industrial Truck Training : 80
---- Support Equipment : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 60
---- Theory : 60
---- Logs and data collection : 60
---- Foundations and layout : 60
---- Tooling : 60
---- Boring : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 12
---- Chart Reading : 12
---- Drill Set-Up : 12
---- Cable Specification : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 8
---- 8 Hour Refresher : 8
---- Safety Review : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Standard First Aid, CPR and AED : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 56
---- Drill Rig : 56
---- Skid steer loader : 56
---- Dozer : 56
---- Combination Backhoe Loader : 56
---- Forklift and Powered Industrial Truck : 56
---- Support Equipment : 56
New Hours 56
Total Hours 60
---- Theory and components : 60
---- Well construction : 60
---- Grouting – Mud and Grout Awareness : 60
---- Pump selection and installation : 60
---- Practical application : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 8
---- 8 Hour Refresher : 8
---- Safety Review : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Standard First Aid, CPR and AED : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 16
---- Transit and Hand Level : 16
---- Theodolite : 16
---- Leveling Rods : 16
---- Measurement Instruments : 16
---- Stakes : 16
---- Print Reading : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 6
---- Basic Hydraulics : 6
---- Basic Electrical : 6
---- Fundamental Power Trains : 6
New Hours 6






#7615 Painter, Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 32
---- History of IUPAT : 32
---- Survival of the Fittest : 32
---- Green Building Awareness : 32
---- Sexual Harassment : 32
---- Math for the Construction Trades : 32
---- Basic Computing : 32
---- Architectural Drawings/Blueprint Reading : 32
---- Introduction to Health and Safety : 32
---- First Aid/CPR/AED : 32
---- Ergonomics : 32
---- Respiratory Protection : 32
---- Lead Abatement Awareness for the Lead Worker : 32
---- Hand and Power Tool Safety Awareness : 32
---- Communication Skills : 32
---- Foreman Training : 32
---- Project Management : 32
---- Supervisor Training Program (STP) : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 300
---- Don (put on), doff (remove), inspect, and maintain the proper PPE that should be worn. : 300
---- Perform a job analysis for safe working conditions. : 300
---- Safely demonstrate the proper use and maintenance of ICLAS tools and equipment. : 300
---- Maintain clean work areas (housekeeping). : 300
---- Demonstrate how to perform positive and negative fit checks on selected respirators. : 300
---- Use selected monitoring equipment to measure the atmosphere in a confined space. : 300
---- Recognize the symptoms associated with excess exposure to heat and cold. : 300
---- Store, handle, and transport tools, equipment and materials properly. : 300
---- Identify the locations of First Aid and Fire Equipment. : 300
---- Correctly use fall arresting and other fall protection equipment. : 300
---- Demonstrate safe work practices for erecting and dismantling scaffolds, including: pre-planning, inspecting scaffold components, load capacity, platform construction, access requirements, and fall protection. : 300
---- Demonstrate a pre-inspection and the safe operation of an aerial lift. : 300
---- Describe and demonstrate the proper use of various types of personal fall protection equipment. : 300
---- Describe and demonstrate the steps of ladder safety, including: selection, inspection, set-up, safe techniques and proper maintenance and storage. : 300
---- Use flags and paddles to safely control vehicle movements around work zones in accordance with state and national guidelines. : 300
---- Demonstrate the measurement of a selected containment ventilation air pressure and/or air flow requirement using the appropriate instrumentation. : 300
---- Recognize and describe a selected emission quality assessment method. : 300
---- Perform and explain the procedures for conducting forklift inspections. : 300
---- Calculate load weight and determine forklift capabilities for that load. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 350
---- Demonstrate the characteristics of a professional Painter, Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist. : 350
---- Exhibit suitable appearance and personal hygiene. : 350
---- Exhibit proper attitude and behavior on the jobsite, including private residences and other occupied buildings. : 350
---- Deal with difficult customers in a professional and courteous manner. : 350
---- Interpret written and verbal instructions. : 350
---- Recognize the importance of cooperation andinteraction with related occupations on a jobsite. : 350
---- Demonstrate the ability to follow specific work place protocol and procedures. : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 600
---- Recognize the critical role of the applicator in providing protection from corrosion. : 600
---- Recognize the 8 basic forms of corrosion. : 600
---- Demonstrate the 5 basic methods of mitigating corrosion. : 600
---- Select conditions that meet project demands in various conditions and service environments. : 600
---- Set-up of a jobsite including selection of trailers, storing flammable liquids, waste thinner, hazardous lead waste, and tarps. : 600
---- Demonstrate the ability to tie knots correctly and understand the different types of knots used in Industrial applications. : 600
---- Store, handle, and transport tools, equipment and materials properly. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 850
---- Apply proper surface preparation techniques to achieve the maximum level of protection available through protective coatings systems. : 850
---- Create a surface that meets industry standards defining an achievable surface cleanliness level. : 850
---- Demonstrate the safe and appropriate application of surface preparation techniques. : 850
---- Demonstrate and describe the proper use, maintenance and storage of surface preparation tools and equipment. : 850
---- Demonstrate solvent hand tool cleaning, safety, PPE, methods, care, and repair SSPC – SP1. : 850
---- Demonstrate power tool safety, PPE, methods of use, standards, and inspection SSPC – SP3. : 850
---- Demonstrate the proper set-up of compressor, blast pot, and separators with control valves, hose and coupling layout. : 850
---- Demonstrate abrasive blasting system operation guidelines: warnings and hazards, pre-start, daily checks, start-up, operation, and shutdown. : 850
---- Create a surface that meets industry standards defining an achievable surface cleanliness level. : 850
---- Demonstrate the proper use, care, PPE, and inspection of water cleaning and water jetting. : 850
---- Recognize and describe surface preparation of concrete in accordance with SSPC – SP13/NACE 6. : 850
---- Measure ambient conditions. : 850
---- Determine when to measure ambient conditions. : 850
---- Recognize when coating operations should not be permitted due to adverse ambient conditions. : 850
---- Identify and employ troubleshooting techniques and procedures. : 850
New Hours 850
Total Hours 600
---- Demonstrate proper spray techniques for each of the spray systems and troubleshoot spray pattern problems. : 600
---- Demonstrate proper care and maintenance of spray equipment. : 600
---- Demonstrate appropriate use and safe handling of spray equipment. : 600
---- Recognize, select, and demonstrate the following equipment for coating application. : 600
---- Demonstrate thermo spraying methods, i.e., wire flame, powder flame, electric arc and plasma. : 600
---- Demonstrate safe and proper methods to mix paint. : 600
---- Demonstrate proper use of wet film thickness gauge. : 600
---- Demonstrate the procedures required to clean and lubricate a spray gun. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 1000
---- Demonstrate proper use of wet film thickness gauge. : 1000
---- Demonstrate quality inspection procedures for monitoring ambient air, surface temperature, and surface profile. : 1000
---- Interpret manufacturer’s catalog product data sheets to determine recommended uses and product/performance characteristics for industrial coatings. : 1000
---- Use MSDSs to determine the hazards, appropriate personal protective equipment, and other safety-relevant information pertaining to the use of industrial coatings. : 1000
---- Use manufacturer’s coating application bulletins to determine the proper surface preparation and application procedures required for use with industrial coatings. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 650
---- Concrete : 650
---- Plural Components : 650
---- Thermal Spray : 650
---- Waterjetting : 650
---- Powder Coatings : 650
---- Pipeline Coatings : 650
---- Electrostatic Spray : 650
New Hours 650

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 4
---- Identify the historical reasons for unionization. : 4
---- Describe the strengths and weaknesses of the labor movement in the U.S. : 4
---- Describe the union structure and its activities. : 4
---- Explain how unions promote the occupation and serve its members : 4
---- Understand the union’s impact on economic issues, corporation, productivity, and distribution of wealth. : 4
---- Identify and explain the most significant labor laws of the 1900s. : 4
---- Analyze the impact the labor movement has had on social and political reform. : 4
---- Evaluate the IUPAT’s role in the labor movement from 1887 to the Present. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Investigate the current state of the union’s market share. : 2
---- Discuss the personal rewards and consequences associated with the union’s market share. : 2
---- Describe successful strategies for unions to regain a market share in the construction industry. : 2
---- Identify and describe what the union provides on an ongoing basis to its members and affiliates. : 2
---- Identify the roles and responsibilities of the end users, contractors, union, and rank and file. : 2
---- Articulate the value that the union provides its members and affiliates. : 2
---- Describe the impact the IUPAT’s Top Workplace Performance (TWP) program has on shaping attitudes and performance. : 2
---- Discuss the generational changes in rank and file attitudes and behaviors. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Describe sustainability and the social, environmental, and economic impact. : 4
---- Identify the benefits of sustainability. : 4
---- Explain the purpose of sustainability in commercial and residential buildings. : 4
---- Identify professional ‘green’ organizations. : 4
---- Identify elements of sustainability. : 4
---- Explain the importance of green practices. : 4
---- Define green bid specifications. : 4
---- Identify and interpret a green specification in a project manual. : 4
---- Source and cost out green products. : 4
---- Create a bid incorporating green products and practices. : 4
---- Describe the elements involved with sustainable sites. : 4
---- Describe water efficiency practices. : 4
---- Determine energy and atmospheric requirements. : 4
---- Identify and describe effective materials and resources. : 4
---- Discuss indoor environmental quality standards. : 4
---- Discuss the ‘green’ innovation and design process. : 4
---- Identify and discuss the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design – New Construction (LEED-NC) Process. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Define sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify the law sexual harassment violates. : 2
---- Identify characteristics of quid pro quo sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify characteristics of hostile environment sexual harassment. : 2
---- Cite factors that contribute to the determination of whether behavior is sexual harassment. : 2
---- Explain legal and other consequences of sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify effects of sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify costs associated with sexual harassment. : 2
---- Discuss employer liability in harassment Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist (ICLAS) cases. : 2
---- Identify United States Supreme Court Landmark ICLAS cases.Add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers, with and without a calculator. : 2
---- Use a standard ruler, a metric ruler, and a measuring tape to measure. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 12
---- Add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions. : 12
---- Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals, with and without a calculator. : 12
---- Convert decimals to percentages and percentages to decimals. : 12
---- Convert fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions. : 12
---- Explain what the metric system is and how it is important in the construction industry. : 12
---- Recognize and use metric units of length, weight, volume, and temperature. : 12
---- Recognize some of the basic shapes used in the construction industry and apply basic geometry to measure them. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 4
---- Describe the components of a computer system. : 4
---- Define microcomputer hardware in terms of its functions: input, output, processing, and storage. : 4
---- Describe how peripheral devices are connected to a microcomputer. : 4
---- Identify types of software and their functions and describe the difference between system software and application software. : 4
---- Navigate and use the Windows XP environment to open and use applications, manage documents, and identify and maintain resources. : 4
---- Access and navigate the World Wide Web to find information. : 4
---- Create, format, and edit documents using Microsoft® Word. : 4
---- Create, revise, and enhance business presentations using Microsoft® PowerPoint. : 4
---- Create, revise, and enhance spreadsheets using Microsoft® Excel. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 16
---- Define blueprint and blueprint reading. : 16
---- Define plans and specifications. : 16
---- Describe how plans and specifications are prepared. : 16
---- Describe the purpose and importance of a set of plans. : 16
---- Identify and define various parts of a set of plans. : 16
---- Identify the various views of a drawing that are included in a set of plans and their relationship to each other. : 16
---- Identify and define material symbols, abbreviations, and lines used in drawings. : 16
---- Define the meaning of scale. : 16
---- Use fractional rule to calculate measurements. : 16
---- Explain how an architect’s scale is used to measure lines. : 16
---- Use the architect’s scale to determine the actual length of a scaled line. : 16
---- Recognize, locate, and determine missing dimensions. : 16
---- Describe proper handling procedures for plans and drawings. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 10
---- Explain the idea of a safety culture and its importance in the construction fields. : 10
---- Identify causes of accidents and the impact of accident costs. : 10
---- Explain the role of OSHA in jobsite safety. : 10
---- Locate OSHA Standards references applicable to specific hazardous conditions and practices. : 10
---- Recognize the aspects of 1926 Subpart C (General Safety and Health Provisions). : 10
---- State the purpose of the OSHA Act and list the functions of OSHA. : 10
---- List the OSHA inspection priorities and describe the inspection process. : 10
---- Describe the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees under the OSHA Act. : 10
---- Recognize hazard recognition and risk assessment techniques. : 10
---- Explain fall protection, ladder, stair, and scaffold procedures and requirements. : 10
---- Identify struck-by hazards and demonstrate safe working procedures and requirements. : 10
---- Identify caught-in-between hazards and demonstrate safe working procedures and requirements. : 10
---- Define safe work procedures to use around electrical hazards. : 10
---- Demonstrate the use and care of appropriate PPE. : 10
---- Explain the importance of hazard communications (Haz Com) and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs). : 10
---- Identify other construction hazards on your jobsite, including hazardous material exposures, environmental elements, welding and cutting hazards, confined spaces, and fires. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 8
---- Demonstrate how to minimize the risk of disease transmission when giving care. : 8
---- Demonstrate how to check an unconscious person for life-threatening and non-life threatening conditions. : 8
---- Demonstrate how to give cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to a person.Demonstrate how to care for a person who is not breathing and/or chocking. : 8
---- Describe when and how to use an AED. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 4
---- Describe ergonomics and its importance in the workplace. : 4
---- Describe the benefits of implementing an ergonomic program. : 4
---- Identify and describe ergonomic related injuries and related musculoskeletal disorders that can occur in an office setting. : 4
---- Identify and describe ergonomic related injuries and related musculoskeletal disorders that can occur in a construction workplace. : 4
---- Recognize and describe risk factors that can cause musculoskeletal disorders or related injuries. : 4
---- Describe healthy ergonomics in an office setting. : 4
---- Describe healthy ergonomics in a construction workplace. : 4
---- Demonstrate proper stretching techniques. : 4
---- Identify employee and employer rights and responsibilities. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- Describe how the respiratory system works. : 4
---- Identify the different types of respirators and their purposes. : 4
---- Demonstrate the proper fit, inspection, cleaning, disinfection, and storage of respirators. : 4
---- Summarize how the human respiratory system works. : 4
---- Identify respiratory hazards and describe how they affect the respiratory system. : 4
---- Identify work activities that can create airborne hazards. : 4
---- Demonstrate how to perform proper negative and positive fit-checks. : 4
---- Demonstrate proper inspection of respirators. : 4
---- Demonstrate safe cleaning, disinfection, and storage procedures for respirators. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 8
---- Explain his/her roles and responsibilities as a Lead Abatement worker. : 8
---- Recall and describe basics facts in the history of lead and Lead Abatement. : 8
---- Identify and describe the health effects of lead exposure and protection against lead exposure and poisoning. : 8
---- Describe and demonstrate safe work practices when working with or aroundlead. : 8
---- Describe general work safety and health hazards. : 8
---- Identify and describe the federal, state and local regulations for Lead Abatement workers. : 8
---- Explain and demonstrate the pre-abatement set up and containment procedures for residential buildings. : 8
---- Recognize and describe residential lead-based paint hazards and control factors. : 8
---- Describe and explain interior dust abatement procedures, clean-up and final clearance inspections. : 8
---- Describe and explain the procedures for soil and exterior dust abatement with waste disposal. : 8
---- Explain and demonstrate the pre-abatement set up and containment procedures for industrial buildings. : 8
---- Recognize and describe industrial lead-based paint hazards and control factors. : 8
---- Describe and demonstrate lead safe work practices in compliance with the EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule, and HUD’s Lead Safe Housing Rule. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 6
---- Recognize and identify some of the basic hand tools and their proper uses in the construction industry. : 6
---- Visually inspect hand tools to determine if they are safe to use. : 6
---- Safely use hand tools. : 6
---- Identify power tools commonly used in the construction industry. : 6
---- Demonstrate and describe all general safety rules for power tools and follow them. : 6
---- Explain the importance of using guards during the operation of power tools. : 6
---- Explain the importance of using a properly rated extension cord. : 6
---- Demonstrate and describe how to properly ground a power tool. : 6
---- Explain how to maintain power tools properly. : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 4
---- Interpret information and instructions presented in both verbal and written form. : 4
---- Communicate effectively in on-the-job situations using verbal and written skills. : 4
---- Communicate effectively on-the-job using electronic communication devices. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Describe the role of the foreman. : 2
---- State the key role of the foreman in maintaining safety rules and regulations. : 2
---- Describe how to establish and maintain good relationships with co-workers, supervisors, and other professionals. : 2
---- Describe productive motivational techniques. : 2
---- Explain the importance of properly performing personnel functions in accordance with the union agreement and company policies. : 2
---- Explain the importance of developing and using effective communications skills. : 2
---- Describe the proper planning and organizational skills needed to successfully complete a job. : 2
---- Describe the “leadership” qualities needed to be an effective foreman. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Achieve predicted and desired results in the execution of projects through implementation of consistent methodologies. : 4
---- Advance the skill level and knowledge of IUPAT Project Managers. : 4
---- Emphasize the depth and breadth of roles and responsibilities that a Project Manager may be relied upon to manage, to contribute to, or to perform. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Define the role of the supervisor. : 2
---- Define the scope and importance of verbal communication. : 2
---- Refine written communication skills. : 2
---- Describe various job site personnel issues. : 2
---- Identify the supervisor’s role in safety. : 2
---- Manage and estimate the cost of tools and materials. : 2
---- Describe the importance of leadership in effective supervision. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 40
---- Recognize the important areas of OSHA in general terms. : 40
---- Identify the Safety Regulations as they apply to safe work practices in the ICLAS occupation : 40
---- Describe the precautions that must be followed when using flammable liquids and adhesives. : 40
---- Explain the purpose of Hazard Communication programs. : 40
---- Explain what a MSDS is, its purpose and limitation. : 40
---- Describe the role of employer, supplier, and worker in the education of workers. : 40
---- Outline emergency procedures and how to obtain assistance for injured workers. : 40
---- Compare and contrast the characteristics of a confined space with those of a permit-required confined space. : 40
---- Explain confined space characteristics and hazards. : 40
---- Identify 29 CFR 1910.146 as OSHA’s General Industry Confined Spaces Rule. : 40
---- Describe the proper technique (ergonomics) for lifting and transporting ICLAS materials and equipment. : 40
---- Identify safety requirements for erecting and dismantling scaffolds, including: pre-planning, inspecting scaffold components, calculating load capacity, platform construction, access requirements, and fall protection. : 40
---- Identify the different types of aerial lifts and their related safety rules and precautions. : 40
---- Describe potential fall hazards in the workplace.Describe the different types of ladders and the conditions under which they are used. : 40
---- Understand the requirements to protect the driving public and work zone crew at and around construction and maintenance areas (or work zones). : 40
---- Describe a containment system (classes, enclosure components and methods, ventilation components and methods, emission assessment methods, and worker and equipment decontamination facilities). : 40
---- Describe the techniques and equipment used for environmental humidity/temperature control. : 40
---- Describe the qualifications of a competent Forklift Operator. : 40
---- Explain the laws, regulations, and elevation precautions that apply to forklift operations. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 32
---- Identify and explain the basic terminology used in the industrial coatings field. : 32
---- Describe the working conditions of the industrial coatings field. : 32
---- Identify the career options and advancement opportunities in the industrial coatings field. : 32
---- Describe custody, care, and maintenance of tools and equipment. : 32
---- Describe the need for Painter, Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist and Industry recognized certification in the Industrial Painting Industry. : 32
---- Identify basic tools and equipment used for surface preparation and coatings application. : 32
---- Compare and contrast the Industrial Coatings Industry to the Commercial and Residential Painting Industry. : 32
---- Understand the history of bridges and the different types of bridges. : 32
---- Identify and define the components of the structures that comprise a bridge. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 40
---- Identify tools of the occupation. : 40
---- Explain how and why corrosion occurs. : 40
---- Identify and describe the 8 basic forms of corrosion and how to properly mitigate using proper techniques such as use of hand tools, power tools, and blast media. : 40
---- Identify and describe the 5 basic methods of mitigating corrosion. : 40
---- Explain how coatings are used to control corrosion. : 40
---- Identify paint coat sequence of proper application procedures (primer, second coat, and finish coat). : 40
---- Explain the environmental concerns associated with Industrial Coating materials. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- Identify and describe various surfaces, substrates, and rust grades per SSPC Visual Standards and definitions. : 60
---- Describe common methods of surface preparation and the conditions in which they are applied. : 60
---- Explain abrasive blasting system operation guidelines: warnings and hazards, pre-start, daily checks, start-up, operation, and shutdown. : 60
---- Recognize the importance of steel surface preparation. : 60
---- Identify the effects of mass, velocity, air volume and pressure, nozzle, and hose size on abrasive blasting. : 60
---- Identify and document initial condition of steel. : 60
---- Identify the acceptable abrasive blasting conditions (dew point, temperature, relative humidity, dehumidification, wind, and surface temperature). : 60
---- Identify and describe the materials, equipment, and methods for chemical cleaning and high pressure and ultra high pressure water jetting SSPC – SP12/NACE 5. : 60
---- Explain what and how ambient conditions affect application and coating performance. : 60
---- Identify the primary elements of a nozzle blast cleaning system. : 60
---- Discuss abrasive characteristics. : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 92
---- Describe basic conventional air and airless spray systems, including variations of each: Conventional (air), Airless, Air-assisted, High- volume, Low-pressure, Electrostatic and Plural-component. : 92
---- Identify by name, the parts of a spray gun and their functions. : 92
---- List the procedures required to clean and lubricate a spray gun. : 92
---- Identify the conditions under which each spray system may be used. : 92
---- Define and use the proper terms for describing spray techniques and equipment.Explain the relevance of coating terms; dry time, cure time and overcoat time. : 92
---- Recognize, select, and demonstrate coating applications. : 92
---- Recognize and describe applicable hazards and safety guidelines for the above mentioned equipment. Recognize and describe proper storage conditions. : 92
---- Define pot life, induction time, and recoat window and explain their importance. : 92
---- Explain the methods used to obtain proper DFT and WFT with and without thinning. : 92
New Hours 92
Total Hours 96
---- Identify the three basic mechanisms of corrosion control by coatings. : 96
---- Identify and explain the film properties necessary to provide the appropriate protection. : 96
---- Describe how coatings may provide galvanic (cathodic) protection. : 96
---- Discuss the different generic types available for use and the conditions under which different systems may be appropriate or inappropriate. : 96
---- Explain the function(s) of pigments, resins, solvents, and additives. : 96
---- Explain the differences between water-based and oil-based paints and coatings. : 96
---- Identify the film-forming mechanisms for different generic types of coatings. : 96
---- Explain the functions performed by different types of industrial coatings. : 96
New Hours 96
Total Hours 80
---- Concrete : 80
---- Plural Components : 80
---- Thermal Spray : 80
---- Waterjetting : 80
---- Powder Coatings : 80
---- Pipeline Coatings : 80
---- Electrostatic Spray : 80
New Hours 80






#7614 Wastewater Systems Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 440
---- Delineate basic job duties : 440
---- Participate in site specific orientation programs : 440
---- List regulatory/permit specifications : 440
---- Read/interpret drawings (plan/section views, process and instrumentation diagram (PID), hydraulic profile, etc.) : 440
---- Demonstrate general plant safety and security operations : 440
---- Wear PPE in accordance with safety guidelines : 440
---- Follow lock-out and tag out procedures : 440
---- Adhere to hazardous communication and right-to-know programs : 440
---- Monitor air quality levels : 440
---- Respond to emergencies using first aid/CPR : 440
---- Apply security practices around the plant : 440
---- Adhere to chemical safety programs : 440
---- Earn and maintain CDL : 440
New Hours 440
Total Hours 1320
---- Monitor plant operations as required : 1320
---- Review plant operations and maintenance manual : 1320
---- Analyze plant operating performance : 1320
---- Respond to plant alarm systems : 1320
---- Troubleshoot and solve operational problems effectively : 1320
---- Start and stop plant equipment : 1320
---- Apply knowledge of regulations to plant operations : 1320
---- Manage treatment processes : 1320
---- Handle and add chemicals to disinfect and deodorize liquids : 1320
---- Inspect meters and gauges to determine load requirements : 1320
---- Operate disinfection equipment and technologies : 1320
---- Clean and maintain tanks and filter beds : 1320
---- Manage wastewater treatment solids programs : 1320
---- Monitor sludge production : 1320
---- Perform sludge removal activities : 1320
---- Record treated sludge and solids information accurately : 1320
---- Dispose of treated sludge in accordance with permitting : 1320
---- Manage bio-solids program effectively : 1320
---- Oversee collection systems/lift stations operations : 1320
---- List pump station components and different types of pumping stations : 1320
---- List types and components of force main systems : 1320
---- List types and components of gravity mains : 1320
---- Demonstrate understanding of inflow and infiltration : 1320
---- Demonstrate collection system safety requirements : 1320
---- Demonstrate proficiency in responding, correcting, and reporting to alarms : 1320
---- Demonstrate SCADA capability : 1320
---- Understand screen navigation : 1320
---- Interpret readings : 1320
---- Read and interpret trend charts : 1320
---- Demonstrate proficiency in Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) : 1320
---- List safety requirements : 1320
---- Detail environmental impacts : 1320
---- Review related documents : 1320
---- Demonstrate procedures : 1320
---- Demonstrate proficiency in Manufacturer’s Safety and Data Sheets (MSDS) : 1320
---- List safety requirements : 1320
---- Detail environmental impacts : 1320
---- Review related documents : 1320
---- Demonstrate procedures : 1320
New Hours 1320
Total Hours 800
---- Perform mechanical maintenance on equipment : 800
---- Exercise valves, pumps and other mechanical devices : 800
---- Troubleshoot and repair malfunctioning and inoperable equipment : 800
---- Perform preventative maintenance when scheduled : 800
---- Maintain lift stations : 800
---- Inspect and maintain collection system pipes and manholes : 800
---- Prepare/submit a maintenance work order : 800
---- Read and interpret process instrumentation : 800
---- Understand normal range : 800
---- Explain actions for out-of-range values : 800
---- Demonstrate unit process hydraulics and demonstrate impacts on subsequent processes : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 480
---- Collect samples according to established procedures : 480
---- Perform laboratory sampling and testing : 480
---- Verify results for accuracy : 480
---- Calibrate equipment and instrumentation : 480
---- Ensure consistent lab and sampling procedures : 480
---- Interpret lab results : 480
---- Ensure compliance with all relevant laws and regulations : 480
---- Report results to supervisors and community members as appropriate : 480
---- Perform process control : 480
---- Define unit process performance variables : 480
---- Collect samples : 480
---- Perform process tests : 480
---- Identify normal/out-of-range values : 480
---- Analyze performance/trends : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 120
---- Order equipment and supplies as needed : 120
---- Develop and execute routine maintenance schedule : 120
---- Conduct operational rounds : 120
---- Define normal operation : 120
---- Recognize abnormal operation : 120
---- Collect appropriate data : 120
---- Visit other facilities to learn about new procedures : 120
New Hours 120

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 24
---- Adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, calculator : 24
---- Algebraic equations : 24
---- Geometry : 24
---- Principle of mathematics applications : 24
---- Metric system : 24
---- Area : 24
---- Volume : 24
---- Chemical usage : 24
---- Loading rates : 24
---- Conversions : 24
---- Pump math : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 16
---- Physical, chemical, and biological concepts : 16
---- Disease transmission : 16
---- Common elements : 16
---- Cell structure : 16
---- Natural water cycle and impact : 16
---- Basic hydraulics : 16
---- Alkalinity : 16
---- Nitrification/denitrification : 16
---- Aquatic chemistry : 16
---- Flora/fauna activated solids : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 8
---- Large/small systems : 8
---- Liquid stream processes – biological, physical, and chemical : 8
---- Solids handling/management : 8
---- Systems integration : 8
---- Disinfection : 8
---- Chemical treatment : 8
---- Natural/non-mechanical systems : 8
---- Mechanically assisted biological treatment : 8
---- Collection systems : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Demonstration/examples : 8
---- Trend charting : 8
---- Reading and interpreting drawings and schematics : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 24
---- Regulatory basics : 24
---- Permit requirements : 24
---- Due diligence : 24
---- Industrial pretreatment : 24
---- Sewer use laws : 24
---- Other regulations (503, air, source control, stormwater) : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 50
---- Personnel protective equipment : 50
---- First responder : 50
---- Decontamination : 50
---- MSDS : 50
---- Reporting requirements : 50
---- Hazardous materials and controls : 50
---- Hazardous communication : 50
---- Confined space : 50
---- Emergency response plan : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 24
---- Active listening : 24
---- Verbal and nonverbal communication : 24
---- Managing conflict : 24
---- Critical thinking : 24
---- Diversity and culture : 24
---- Oral presentations : 24
---- Report writing and written presentations : 24
---- Budget : 24
---- Team building : 24
---- Public information : 24
---- Customer service : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 20
---- Basics of electricity : 20
---- Symbols reading : 20
---- Monitoring vs. Control : 20
---- Calibrations : 20
---- Common electrical components : 20
---- Conduction and insulation : 20
---- Electromagnetism : 20
---- Arc flash : 20
---- Lock out/tag out : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 24
---- Equipment : 24
---- Laboratory safety : 24
---- Sampling procedures : 24
---- Testing requirements : 24
---- Process control testing : 24
---- Discharge permit testing : 24
---- Quality assurance and control : 24
---- Record keeping : 24
---- Microbe identification : 24
---- Chain of custody (COC) : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 12
---- Chain of command : 12
---- Critical thinking skills Ethics : 12
---- Organization : 12
---- Personnel : 12
---- Policies and procedures : 12
---- Scheduling/management of preventive maintenance : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 48
---- Basic Suite : 48
---- Microsoft applications (Excel, Word) : 48
---- SCADA : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 20
---- State statutes : 20
---- Test preparations : 20
---- Practice tests : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 8
---- Presentation techniques : 8
---- Learning styles : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 24
---- Pumping theory : 24
---- Types of pumps : 24
---- Basic hydraulics : 24
---- Pump maintenance : 24
---- Pump troubleshooting : 24
---- Pump system components : 24
---- Mechanical systems : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 40
---- Long and short term controls : 40
---- System components and functions : 40
---- Operation and maintenance of lift/pumping stations, force mains, and gravity mains : 40
---- Inflow & infiltration (I & I) : 40
---- Private property laterals : 40
---- Odor control : 40
---- Inspection of mains : 40
---- Repair/Rehabilitation of manholes, pipes, laterals : 40
---- Compliance (safety, hazards, regulatory, environmental impacts such as sanitary sewer overflows) : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 8
---- Lagoons : 8
---- Biological cycle : 8
---- Detention time : 8
---- Monitoring : 8
---- Maintenance : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- Modifications to activated sludge systems : 40
---- Long term controls : 40
---- Short term controls : 40
---- Activated sludge quality : 40
---- Systems components : 40
---- Oxidation ponds/ditches : 40
---- Trickling filters : 40
---- Rotating biological contactors (RBCs) : 40
---- Biofilm reactors : 40
---- Clarifiers : 40
---- Equipment maintenance : 40
---- Return activated sludge (RAS) and waste activated sludge (WAS) : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 24
---- Chemical safety : 24
---- Reactions : 24
---- Troubleshooting : 24
---- Dosage : 24
---- Equipment : 24
---- Monitoring : 24
---- Advanced testing : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 8
---- Systems- chemical/physical : 8
---- Testing/monitoring : 8
---- Emergency response : 8
---- Detention/kill rates : 8
---- Topics : 8
---- Maintenance/cleaning : 8
---- Equipment : 8
---- Ozone (O3) : 8
---- Chlorination (Cl2) : 8
---- Ultra-Violet (UV) : 8
---- Other disinfection methods : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 30
---- Aerobic/anaerobic digestion : 30
---- Drying/heat treatment/incineration : 30
---- Beneficial reuse/landfill : 30
---- Screenings : 30
---- Physical equipment : 30
---- Chemical applications : 30
---- Odor control : 30
---- Vector tracking and analysis : 30
---- Thickening : 30
---- Digestion : 30
---- Dewatering : 30
---- Disposal options/strategies : 30
---- Regulations : 30
---- Transportation : 30
---- Cost analysis : 30
---- Energy recovery : 30
---- Public relations (customer service) : 30
New Hours 30






#7611 Chimney Sweep



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction








#7612 Sprinkler Fitter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 750
---- Reading shop drawings : 750
---- Symbols and abbreviations : 750
---- Familiarization with National Fire Protection : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 800
---- Identifying materials, grades and types of pipe, fittings, valves, hose and equipment, and sprinkler heads : 800
---- Use and operation of trade tools : 800
---- Maintaining and servicing of tools and equipment : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 650
---- Selection of pipe, fittings, hangers and devices for rough and distribution and finish : 650
---- Loading of required materials and equipment : 650
---- Unloading of materials and equipment at job site using : 650
---- Set-up and use of rigging, scaffolding and mechanical lifts and platforms : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 1250
---- Use of hand cutters : 1250
---- Use of dies and reamer : 1250
---- Set-up and operation of power threading machine : 1250
---- Operation of power drills : 1250
---- Operation of torch and welder : 1250
New Hours 1250
Total Hours 650
---- Installation of cast iron pipe and fittings : 650
---- Installation of plastic pipe and fittings : 650
---- Installation of valves, post indicators and hydrants : 650
---- Rodding and thrust block installation : 650
---- Valve pit installation : 650
---- Flushing and testing of underground piping : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 1600
---- Distribution of system : 1600
---- Installation of feed main and cross main, grooved, screwed and welded : 1600
---- Branch line installation on exposed systems : 1600
---- Branch line installation for concealed piping with drop nipples : 1600
---- Hanger types and installation : 1600
---- Trimming of valves including Siamese connection installation : 1600
---- Set-up and testing of system : 1600
New Hours 1600
Total Hours 500
---- Distribution of system : 500
---- Installation of feed main and cross main, grooved, screwed and welded : 500
---- Branch line installation on exposed systems : 500
---- Hanger types and installation : 500
---- Trimming of valves including Siamese connection installation : 500
---- Set-up and testing of system : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Distribution of system : 500
---- Pipe installation : 500
---- Installation of hose valves, nozzles and accessories : 500
---- Testing procedures : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 350
---- Installation of deluge systems : 350
---- Installation of preaction systems : 350
---- Installation of gas suppression systems : 350
---- Installation of CO2 systems : 350
---- Installation of fire extinguishers : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 350
---- Setting of fire pumps and jockey pumps : 350
---- Alignment of fire pump and driver : 350
---- Trimming of fire pump, jockey pump and controllers : 350
---- Start up and testing of fire pumps and equipment : 350
New Hours 350

Technical Instruction








#7613 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Maintenance



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Primary Shop work and Preliminary Operations : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Motors : 500
---- Motor Controls (Installation and Service) : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 3888
---- Trouble Shooting (Diagnosing) : 3888
---- General Service of Heating, Air Conditioning and : 3888
---- Refrigeration Equipment : 3888
---- Ventilating Systems : 3888
New Hours 3888
Total Hours 1540
---- Air Distribution (Grills, Registers, Diffusers, Filtering Devices, etc.) : 1540
New Hours 1540
Total Hours 900
---- : 900
New Hours 900

Technical Instruction








#7610 Construction Craft Laborer (CCL)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 25
---- : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 25
---- : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 125
---- : 125
New Hours 125
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 25
---- : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 2000
---- Concrete placement - mixing, placement, vibration of concrete, build and place forms, remove and clean forms, cure concrete : 2000
---- Pipe laying and making of connections for any utility piping : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Cutting and burning : 2000
---- Traffic control/flagging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Grade setting/checking : 2000
---- Clearing, bucking and falling : 2000
---- Site preparation/cleanup and security : 2000
---- Layout and staking : 2000
---- Erect, dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools : 2000
---- Install erosion control systems : 2000
---- Forklift operation : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Concrete placement - mixing, placement, vibration of concrete, build and place forms, remove and clean forms, cure concrete : 2000
---- Concrete cutting and coring : 2000
---- Pipe laying and making of connections for any utility piping : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Traffic control/flagging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Grade setting/checking : 2000
---- Layout and staking : 2000
---- Site preparation/clean up and security : 2000
---- Drilling : 2000
---- Asphalt - raking, placement, compaction and preparation of the base : 2000
---- Build railroad beds and all related bridges and tunnels, and install tracks : 2000
---- Erect, dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools : 2000
---- Install erosion control systems : 2000
---- Forklift operation : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
---- Site/roadside remediation : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Erect/dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Estimate, stock and maintain supply areas : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain tools : 2000
---- Forklift operation : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
---- Mason tender/plaster tender : 2000
---- Clean masonry walls : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Identify and work safely around environmental hazards : 2000
---- Erect/dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Cutting and burning : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
---- Site preparation/cleanup and security : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools : 2000
---- Fire watch : 2000
---- Concrete cutting and sawing : 2000
---- Demolition debris handling and management (recycling, reuse, disposal) : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Site preparation/cleanup and security : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools specific to the concentration : 2000
---- Grade setting/checking : 2000
---- Layout and staking : 2000
---- Clearing and maintaining the right of way (ROW) : 2000
---- Pump water : 2000
---- Locate utilities : 2000
---- Build and dismantle fences : 2000
---- Load and unload pipe : 2000
---- Fill and place sandbags : 2000
---- Load, unload and place skids : 2000
---- Install erosion control systems : 2000
---- Pipe surface preparation/sand blasting : 2000
---- Apply pipe coating : 2000
---- Inspect pipe coating visually and with a holiday detector : 2000
---- Patch coating : 2000
---- Install pipe coating protection : 2000
---- Install corrosion protection : 2000
---- “Pig” the pipe : 2000
---- ROW remediation : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Drilling : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools specific to the concentration : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Concrete pump operation and maintenance : 2000
---- Install services (track laying, conveyors, vents, water, compressed air pipes etc.) : 2000
---- Install tunnel supports (steel ribs, mesh, rock bolts) : 2000
---- Shaft and tunnel grouting : 2000
---- Shotcrete/gunite application : 2000
---- Cutting and burning : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Asbestos abatement : 2000
---- Hazardous waste remediation : 2000
---- Lead abatement : 2000
---- Microbial remediation : 2000
---- Radiation protection/radioactive material handling : 2000
---- Water damage/fire restoration : 2000
---- Erect, dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools specific to this concentration : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
New Hours 2000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 40
---- Blue Print Reading training is designed to introduce participants to the basics of reading and interpreting blueprints. Topics covered include symbols, line conventions, views, and basic plan reading techniques. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 4
---- Confined Space Awareness training covers information necessary to recognize the special hazards associated with confined spaces. Topics covered include the characteristics of confined spaces, hazardous atmospheres, pre-entry and periodic testing, continuous monitoring and the laws that protect those working in confined spaces. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 8
---- Craft Orientation training introduces participants to the construction industry in general and a career as a CCL in particular. Emphasis is placed on developing good work habits, being productive on the job, working under a collective bargaining agreement, being aware of growth areas in construction employment, and background information on the LIUNA and its related funds. Participants are also introduced to the history of the labor movement in general, and of LIUNA in particular. Emphasis is placed on the origin of the union and the challenges that have been faced and overcome from its beginning to the present. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 4
---- Fall Protection training summarizes the key points of OSHA’s fall protection standard and common citations issued for non-compliance. The program looks at the hazards and key safety issues related to fall protection and the safety practices used to prevent falls. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 8
---- First Aid/CPR training is designed for participants to learn first aid skills for treating a variety of injuries, such as burns, wounds, head, neck and back injuries, and heat and cold emergencies. Participants also learn to manage sudden illnesses, strokes, seizures, animal and insect bites and poisoning. Adult CPR teaches participants how to perform CPR and care for breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 80
---- General Construction training introduces participants to a wide variety of concepts, tools, and skills that are important to successfully begin a career as a CCL. Participants receive instruction on the work and the role of a CCL, commonly encountered safety issues, measurement in construction, basic construction math, safe hand and power tool operation, and identification and handling of materials frequently used in construction. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 8
---- Hazard Communication training introduces CCLs to the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard as it applies to the construction industry. Training focuses on the guidelines for recognizing and protecting oneself from exposure to hazardous substances, including identifying chemical hazards and the proper use of container labels and placards. In addition, participants learn how to read and understand material safety data sheets. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 11
---- requirements for OSHA’s 10-hour training program. The program provides safety and health information as it relates to the many hazards found on construction projects and offers insight into ways to reduce them. : 11
New Hours 11
Total Hours 8
---- Scaffold User training presents a variety of scaffold types, the hazards associated with each, and how to figure load capacities and their effect on scaffold performance. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 4
---- Flagger training provides information to participants about flagger safety procedures on highway work zone projects. Participants are provided with information to help them demonstrate proper procedures for stopping, slowing, and releasing traffic. Topics include communication methods for two-person flagging operations, the correct positioning of flaggers in work zones, the proper high visibility clothing that must be worn by flaggers, and when specific hand- signaling devices should be used. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 56
---- Mason/Brick/Plaster Tending training provides instruction on the mason tender’s duties, proper job task performance, and health and safety issues associated with mason tending. Participants use mathematical and scientific concepts to achieve an understanding of working with masonry units, mortars, plasters, and admixtures. In addition, the fundamentals of cutting and cleaning masonry and tending plasterers are covered. : 56
New Hours 56
Total Hours 16
---- Rough Terrain Forklift training complies with OSHA 1926.602(c) requirements, teaches participants about the hazards involved with operating a forklift, and explains what they can do to prevent accidents and injuries when operating these forklifts. Participants have ample opportunity to operate a forklift. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 72
---- Scaffold Builder training addresses the needs of CCLs who are responsible for building scaffolding on the jobsite or are required to perform job tasks while using scaffolding. Designed to meet the training requirements of 29 CFR Part 1926.454, the comprehensive program includes frame, tube and coupler, systems, non-powered adjustable and powered mast-climbing scaffold with hands-on training for each. : 72
New Hours 72
Total Hours 8
---- Aerial Lift training provides participants with a general understanding of the safe and efficient operation of “Power Operated Mobile Work Platforms.” Participants learn to identify specific health and safety hazards associated with a variety of aerial work platforms. Aerial Lift training also provides participants the opportunity to operate aerial lifts in a safe manner. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- Hoisting and Rigging training is designed to educate CCLs in the rules, processes, and procedures to safely rig, signal, and hoist loads on construction projects. The program incorporates federal regulatory requirements as well as equipment manufacturers’ standards. Training provides participants the opportunity to practice rigging and signaling. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Demolition/Deconstruction training introduces participants to the similarities and differences of demolition and deconstruction work. Particular attention is paid to safety in all aspects of the work. Topics covered include planning projects, mechanical demolition equipment, material handling, site control, and special conditions that sometimes exist during this work. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 4
---- Fire Watch training teaches participants what a fire watch is, how it is conducted, and why it is important. Topics covered include classifications of fires, preventing fires, types of extinguishers, and extinguishing fires. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 24
---- Cutting and Burning training provides participants with an understanding of how to safely use heat to cut different types of metals using a variety of methods. Topics covered include the personal protective equipment (PPE) necessary for each process, the types and health effects of various fumes given off during the process, and how to protect the area from fire hazards. Participants will also be able to identify the components of the cutting systems and how to properly assemble and disassemble the systems. Systems taught include oxy- acetylene, oxy-gasoline, and plasma arc cutting. Hands on training is included for each system. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 40
---- Concrete training provides the basic knowledge and skills CCLs need to work safely and productively in this potentially hazardous field. Safety issues associated with the mixing, forming, placement, and curing of concrete materials are covered, as well as the associated skills needed to complete these tasks. Ample time is given for hands- on practice for all skills. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Pipe Laying training prepares CCLs to safely install pipe systems by introducing participants to the tools, equipment, and techniques typically used on a pipe laying job. Special attention is paid to proper work practices and protective measures used to install a variety of piping systems safely. Ductile iron, concrete, and high-density polyethylene piping are all covered, and hands-on training is available for each. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Line and Grade training focuses on the skills, knowledge, and aptitude necessary to operate a variety of surveying instruments and record information for maintaining elevation and alignment control points on heavy and civil construction projects. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 32
---- Asphalt training provides CCLs with the information they need to understand the safety precautions necessary when working with, raking and placing asphalt. In addition, participants practice the preparation of the surface, job preparation, and cleaning of the tools, and machinery. The patching of pot-holes and cracks is practiced along with proper raking techniques. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 8
---- Traffic Control training provides participants with an understanding of the types of traffic control devices and how they are used set-up and dismantled. Topics include the purpose of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and the methods to maintain pedestrian safety in traffic control zones. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 80
---- Pipeline training instructs CCLs on the safe practices and procedures that need to be used on pipeline construction projects. All phases of pipeline construction are covered including the front-end work, pipe handling, pipe coating, and back-end work. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Shotcrete training is designed to prepare participants to become certified Shotcrete Nozzlemen. Participants practice wet and dry mixing methods for below ground uses. Instruction also includes nozzle types and their maintenance and use. Hands-on opportunities to practice applying shotcrete are included. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Tunnel Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on a tunnel job. Topics covered include tunnel safety, an overview of tunnel construction, the duties of a CCL tunnel worker, and compressed air systems. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 16
---- The Drilling Operations program includes an introduction to drilling operations, how drilling operations work (construction applications, quarry applications, hand signals, and drill strings), how to operate and maintain the drill, and hands-on practice of drilling operations. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 40
---- Asbestos Abatement Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on asbestos abatement projects. The program is designed to meet or exceed Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1926.1101 and 40 CFR Part 763 respectively. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 80
---- Hazardous Waste Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on hazardous waste remediation projects. The program meets all Occupational Safety and Health Administration training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1910.120 – Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 24
---- Microbial Remediation training instructs CCLs on the health hazards, PPE requirements, and remediation processes and techniques associated with the removal of mold as well as other microbial contamination. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 40
---- Lead Abatement Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on lead abatement projects. The course meets all Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Environmental Protection Agency training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1926.62 and 40 CFR Part 745.225 respectively. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Landscaping training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to work as a landscaper with a concentration on using environmentally-friendly techniques whenever possible. Topics covered include the landscape laborer’s duties; safety hazards of landscape work; safe use of pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers with an emphasis on using environmentally-friendly materials; controlling erosion on the jobsite; and planting and maintaining sod, grass, shrubs and trees. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Landscape Equipment Operation training teaches CCLs how to safely and productively operate a skid steer, a trencher, and a mini excavator. Topics include safety, operation and maintenance procedures, along with ample time devoted to hands-on practice with the equipment. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Brick Paver Installation training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to install walkways and patios with brick pavers. Topics covered include the hazards associated with installing brick pavers; laying out the work; estimating the amount of pavers required; preparing the base; cutting bricks accurately and to minimize waste; and installing pavers correctly. Ample time is devoted to hands-on practice with all the job tasks. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Retaining Wall Installation training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to install retaining walls for landscape work. Topics covered include the hazards associated with installing a retaining wall; the different types of retaining wall materials; laying out the retaining wall; estimating the amount of materials required; preparing the base; tying the wall back to the bank; and correct installation techniques for retaining wall blocks and timbers. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Irrigation Installation training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to install irrigation systems. Topics covered include an overview of irrigation systems, with a focus on identifying those that best conserve water; the hazards associated with installing irrigation systems; how irrigation systems are best laid out for maximum efficiency; and how to maintain irrigation systems once they are installed. Ample time is devoted to hands-on practice assembling and installing an irrigation system. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 32
---- Aboveground Drilling training introduces CCLs to the unique working environment of aboveground drilling by providing instructor facilitated classroom instruction along with intensive, performance-based, hands- on training. The care and use of tools and equipment is presented, as well as drilling techniques. Basic information about rocks and their composition and characteristics are introduced, as drillers must know how geology affects the drilling process. The personal safety of CCLs working on a drilling site is reviewed in depth. Site safety, hazard communication, health hazards, personal protective equipment, and working around explosives are also covered. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 40
---- Construction Math training introduces CCLs to the basic math skills needed to perform calculations related to distance, area, volume, angles, and weight and measurement on construction projects. Participants are provided instruction and an ample opportunity to measure objects, calculate and perform basic math functions including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole and fractional numbers, measure and estimate volumes, convert fractions to decimals, (and decimals to fractions). In addition participants learn practical applications of the Pythagorean Theorem, formulas for calculating perimeters, area, volume, and the use and function of square roots. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 16
---- Disaster Site Worker training prepares CCLs to safely and effectively work on disaster sites. It provides participants with an understanding of the Incident Command System (ICS) and how it relates to safe and efficient job performance, addresses the characteristics and hazards of man-made and natural disasters, and affords opportunities to learn and demonstrate different disaster response related skills, including use of PPE. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Green Construction training provides CCLs with information about the major factors that affect a green construction project including conservation of natural resources; reduction of carbon emissions; water resource use and conservation; reduction of soil, water and air pollution; and indoor air quality. Participants learn how these emerging issues influence their work and the potential future impact of growth in renewable energy, sustainable buildings, and green construction. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 24
---- Green Roof training introduces participants to the various types of green roofs, the safety hazards associated with the installation of green roofs, and the practices and procedures used during installation of the roof. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 16
---- Lead and Silica in Bridges training is designed to provide instruction to CCLs on two (2) common hazards found on bridge (and other construction) projects: lead and silica exposure. Emphasis is placed on the health hazards, PPE, regulations, and hazard mitigation methods. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Lead Renovator training prepares participants to perform renovation work using lead safe work practices. It meets all EPA and OSHA training requirements under 40 CFR Part 745.225 and 29 CFR Part 1926.62. Lead Renovator training is mandatory for all workers conducting renovation activities where lead-based paint is present in target housing and child occupied facilities. Students participate in active learning through classroom exercises and hands-on training. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 8
---- Material Hoist Attendant training provides training on the roles and responsibilities of the material hoist attendant (bell ringer) and inspection, operation, and maintenance procedures for material hoists used on construction projects. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Metric Measurement in Construction training introduces experienced CCLs and new entrants to the metric system of measurements and application in the construction industry. Units of measure and conversions using practical applications are covered. Participants practice real-world measuring techniques in practical situations. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 32
---- Nuclear Power Plant Worker training is designed for CCLs involved in maintenance and shutdown activities at nuclear power plants or whose job assignments involve unescorted entry into areas controlled for radiological purposes. This program is divided into nine topics, which focus on the theory, basic radiological fundamentals, and the terms CCLs must know to work safely around radiological hazards. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 24
---- Permit Required Confined Space training focuses on the identification of the different types of confined spaces as well as their associated hazards. Participants receive detailed instruction on rules, regulations, and procedures to be followed when entering a confined space as well as methods to mitigate the associated hazards. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Radiation Remediation training provides CCLs with the information they need to work safely in and around radiological contaminated sites. Hands-on training is conducted in a mock training area. Respiratory protection and protective clothing and why they are required are also covered in this training. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 8
---- Respiratory Protection training details the correct use of respirators when airborne hazardous substances are present. Topics include using exposure guides, respirator selection, proper use of respirators, and OSHA respiratory protection program requirements. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Restoration Technician training focuses on commercial clean-up activities associated with fire and/or flood damaged structures. The Restoration Technician course is designed for participants who have received previous training in hazardous waste remediation, asbestos, and lead abatement as this course centers on the theory, application, and practices associated with restoration projects. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Silica Awareness training provides information to CCLs regarding the hazards associated with work activities such as concrete sawing or stone cutting of materials, which contain silica. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 16
---- Solar Panel Installation training teaches the proper system sizing, design, prep work and installation of mounting brackets for photovoltaic (PV) systems, installation of mounting brackets and tubes for hot water systems and involves actual hands-on work associated with roof top, side of building and ground mounted applications. : 16
New Hours 16






#7608 Overhead Door Installer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduction to Industry :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Print Reading :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Ladders :
---- Hangers, Braces and Hardware :
---- Torsion Springs :
---- Seals :
---- Salvage and Recycling :
---- Inspection Criteria :
---- Troubleshooting and Analysis :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rough Openings :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Hardware Installation and Safety :
---- Track Installation and Alignment :
---- Automatic Closer Installation :
---- Remote and Keyless Entry :
---- Weatherization Skills :
---- Door and Window Retro-Fits :
---- Customer Service and Professional Etiquette :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Metal Framing :
---- Opening Modifications :
---- Fire Rated Solid Core and Steel Doors :
---- Balancing Adjustment :
---- Maintenance and Repairs :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Scaffold User :
---- Rigging :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Cutting and Burning :
---- Welding :
New Hours






#7609 Refinery Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1700
---- Unit Flows : 1700
---- System Processes : 1700
---- Associated Refinery Systems : 1700
New Hours 1700
Total Hours 300
---- Equipment Inspection : 300
---- Troubleshooting : 300
---- Lubrication : 300
---- Routine adjustments : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 1200
---- Pumps : 1200
---- Drivers : 1200
---- Heat Exchangers : 1200
---- Furnaces : 1200
---- Boilers : 1200
---- Cooling Towers : 1200
---- Compressors : 1200
---- Turbines : 1200
---- Piping & Auxiliaries : 1200
---- Valves : 1200
---- Instrumentation : 1200
---- Columns, Towers, & Vessels : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 200
---- Permitting & Preparing Equipment for Maintenance : 200
---- Operator Maintenance : 200
---- Preventive Maintenance : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 340
---- Emergency Procedures : 340
---- Blowdown & Flare Systems : 340
---- Safety Equipment Operations : 340
---- Inclement Weather Operations : 340
---- Hazard Communications : 340
New Hours 340
Total Hours 130
---- Unit Hazardous Material Handling : 130
---- Containment Operations : 130
New Hours 130

Technical Instruction








#7606 Insulation Worker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Energy Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material Recognition :
---- Job Preparation :
---- Measuring & Cutting :
---- Thermal Barriers :
---- Hand & Power Tools :
---- Respirators& PPE :
---- Insulation Blowers :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Batt and Blanket :
---- Foil & Moisture Barrier :
---- Blown-In :
---- Spray Foam :
---- Rigid & Cellular Glass :
---- Sound Control :
---- Weatherstripping :
---- Flexible Foam :
---- Specialty Equipment :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Firestop/Fireproofing :
---- Weatherization skills :
---- Scaffold User :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Supervisory Training :
---- Energy Auditing :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
New Hours






#7607 Locksmith



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 375
---- : 375
New Hours 375
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 1550
---- : 1550
New Hours 1550
Total Hours 1550
---- : 1550
New Hours 1550

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Professional Etiquette :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Product Recognition :
---- Security Hardware :
---- Hinges and Fasteners :
---- Keying Materials :
---- Doors and Door Closers :
---- Glazing :
---- Framing Members :
---- Key Fabrication Equipment :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Locks :
---- Tumbler Locks :
---- Combination Locks :
---- Electronic Locks :
---- Biometric Locks :
---- Window Locks :
---- Keyless and Keypad Entry :
---- Lock Picking :
---- Key Fabrication and Re-keying :
---- Electronic System Programming :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Doors and Door Hardware :
---- Doors and Door Frames :
---- Residential Security Systems :
---- Commercial Security Exit Systems :
---- Fire Door and Closer Systems :
---- Automotive Locks :
---- Video Surveillance Systems :
---- Safes :
---- Emergency Repairs and Replacements :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Electronics :
---- Computer Skills :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Basic Metal Framing :
---- Machining Skills :
---- Glazing Skills :
---- Oxy-acetylene Cutting and Burning :
---- Welding :
New Hours






#7604 Dairy Technologist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Cleaners and cleaning methods. : 500
---- Cleaning, floors, ceilings, general plant equipment, including pest control : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 520
---- Sampling of milk for determination of quality and composition, care and protection of samples. : 520
---- Operation, care and maintenance of can washers, filters, scales and conveyors. : 520
---- Preparation of receiving room records. : 520
New Hours 520
Total Hours 600
---- Set up, adjustment, operation, and clean up of separators and clarifiers. : 600
---- Care of cream. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 520
---- Setting up and operating pasteurizers. : 520
---- Checking temperatures and duration of heating, determining results. : 520
---- Performing operations necessary for the protection of milk and cream after pasteurization. : 520
---- Care and operation of pumps and motors. : 520
---- Cleaning up. : 520
New Hours 520
Total Hours 600
---- Operation, cleaning, sterilization, and maintenance of churn. : 600
---- Handling butter. : 600
---- Keeping of churn room records. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Milk testing for composition and quality control including fat, sediment, metheline blue and other composition and quality control tests relative to the products manufactured. : 600
---- Farm contacts and field work. : 600
---- Methods of approach. : 600
---- Detecting sources and causes of milk quality failure, etc. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Compounding : 600
---- Processing the mix : 600
---- Flavoring : 600
---- Cooling, and proper care of mix : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 400
---- Care and assembly of equipment : 400
---- Preparation of flavors : 400
---- Preparing equipment for operation : 400
---- Temperature, texture, land oven-run control : 400
---- Packaging, novelties, molds, etc. : 400
---- Cleaning up : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 1500
---- Care, operation and maintenance of equipment : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 500
---- Care, operation, and cleaning of bottle fillers, washers, etc. : 500
---- Cooling and storing, control of washing and sterilization solutions. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 100
---- Care, operation and maintenance of equipment, roller or spray type. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 600
---- Firing, operation and maintenance of boilers, cars and operation of refrigeration equipment. : 600
---- Care and maintenance of electric motors, pipe work necessary for installation, of pipe equipment including sanitary piping. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 800
---- Milk sheet records and calculation. : 800
---- Calculating costs and yields, receiving and shipping records, inventories and reports. : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction








#7605 Recreation Assistant



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 48
---- Safety : 48
---- Rules and regulations : 48
---- Activities and Services of a Recreation Facility : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 44
---- Exercise Techniques : 44
---- Motivation : 44
---- Fitness Assessments : 44
---- Group and Team Dynamics : 44
New Hours 44






#7603 Dairy Grazier



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 800
---- Graze different cow groups according to needs : 800
---- Allocate appropriate break of grass : 800
---- Monitor plant health and productivity : 800
---- Control weeds : 800
---- Select plants, grasses, and legumes based on conditions : 800
---- Overseed pastures : 800
---- Renovate pastures : 800
---- Calculate stocking rates : 800
---- Maintain accurate pasture records : 800
---- Illustrate plant and animal interactions and connections : 800
---- Apply soil fertility information to pasture management decision making : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- Move and handle livestock safely : 800
---- Evaluate calf needs and use current resources to meet their requirements : 800
---- Maintain cattle specific records : 800
---- Optimize versus maximize milk production : 800
---- Establish cow breeding cycles : 800
---- Manage herd health : 800
---- Feed cattle : 800
---- Plan for winter feeding, fall harvesting, and purchasing winter feed supplies : 800
---- Develop contingency plans for weather, prices, and unknowns : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- Manage milk cow environment : 800
---- Develop milking protocols : 800
---- Manage milk quality : 800
---- Milk cows : 800
---- Perform milk testing : 800
---- Maintain stock records : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 400
---- Develop a strategy to optimize the amount of feed that comes from pasture : 400
---- Develop a plan to extend the grazing season : 400
---- Determine daily pasture allowance : 400
---- Select quality feed : 400
---- Select feed appropriate to livestock needs : 400
---- Monitor feed, grain and supplemental nutrition : 400
---- Store grain and supplemental feed : 400
---- Maintain supplement feed records and information : 400
---- Plan for winter feed needs : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 200
---- Acquire information from farm records : 200
---- Use computer technology for dairy grazing related information gathering and analysis : 200
---- Access information via the Internet and other sources : 200
---- Analyze financial information related to dairy grazing operations : 200
---- Analyze commodity pricing relationships for rotational dairy grazing (milk, fuel, feed) : 200
---- Perform general business performance analyses based on dairy and grazing information : 200
---- Manage financial resources based on budget and records : 200
---- Make farm decisions based on management information systems : 200
---- Adapt to circumstances or the environment based on reliable information : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Assess soil based on type and conditions : 200
---- Balance and maintain soil conditions and fertility for proper plant nutrient content : 200
---- Show awareness for both organic and non-organic agronomy : 200
---- Coordinate planting, plant growing seasons, and the environment with animal needs : 200
---- Handle chemicals safely and in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions : 200
---- Manage drought conditions based on soil types : 200
---- Manage water quality based on conditions : 200
---- Irrigate soil for optimum productivity : 200
---- Create wildlife habitats and natural areas : 200
---- Apply land conservation techniques based on soil and water quality : 200
---- Illustrate the interrelationships between soil health, fertility and pasture productivity : 200
---- Utilize integrated pest management when needed : 200
---- Manage manure : 200
---- Fertilize pastures : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Manage time effectively : 200
---- Plan forward : 200
---- Coordinate custom operations : 200
---- Retain employees : 200
---- Recruit employees : 200
---- Maintain good landlord and tenant relations : 200
---- Balance profitability, family goals, and rural community impact (people, neighbors, and environment) : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 45
---- The Pasture-Based Dairy and Livestock Seminar will familiarize you with the development and management of pasture-based dairy and livestock farm businesses. : 45
New Hours 45
Total Hours 36
---- Students will learn theory behind farming practices. Topics covered in this course include; roles of digestive nutrients, nutritional requirements at various growth stages, relationship between forage quality and nutrition, ration balancing through calculation of feed, and dry matter intake. Students will learn about various methods of feeding dairy animals, including grazing system principles. Students will also evaluate the use of dairy nutrition feed technologies. : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 36
---- Students will explore the animal environment and adaptation, animal health and behavior as it relates to production and non-production species. Furthermore, it will provide the student with the skills to apply basic veterinary skills, animal behavior, signs of illness, vaccination programs, heard health records, and troubleshoot basic electrical applications. : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 36
---- This course will provide students with a solid background in producing quality milk and utilizing good herd health management practices. Students will be introduced to milking systems and components, milk procedures, sanitation, diseases, udder anatomy, and milk secretion. Students will be exposed to milk quality practices globally. : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 17
---- Functional soil is the foundation of organic systems. Build robust healthy soil through organic matter, micro-organisms, and nutrient cycling. Explore composting techniques, organic fertilizer sources, soil fertility testing, balancing. : 17
New Hours 17
Total Hours 0
---- Pasture walks with dairy grazing specialists will share best practices and grazing skills to apprentices during their apprenticeship. : 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 72
---- Introduction to the basics of livestock management. Management of the Dairy herd with concentration on nutrition, feedstuffs classification, reproduction, genetics, animal behavior, animal health, and sustainable agriculture practices. : 72
New Hours 72
Total Hours 0
---- Annual 2-day spring conference will provide apprentices with an opportunity to network with other dairy graziers and learn current practices and farm trends. Contact Grassworks for information. : 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
---- Small group discussions with other graziers will explore best practices, emerging trends, new approaches to dairy production and grazing operations. : 0
New Hours 0






#7601 Drywall Finisher (Taper)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Finish Levels & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand Finishing Tools :
---- Taping Tools :
---- Finishing Materials :
---- Compounds & Mixtures :
---- Automatic Taping Tools :
---- Sanding Tools :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand Filling & Taping :
---- Automatic Taping :
---- Hand Finishing :
---- Details and Patching :
---- Sanding Procedures :
---- Textures :
---- Inspection :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Advanced Finishing :
---- Custom Work :
---- Firestop :
---- Exterior Insulation Finish System (EIFS) :
---- Monokote :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Aerial Lift Qualification :
---- Scaffold User :
---- Basic Metal Framing :
---- Drywall & Trim Application :
New Hours






#7602 Accessibility and Private Residence Lift Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 800
---- General knowledge of basic safety : 800
---- Instruction on proper use of tools : 800
---- General knowledge of National Applicable Codes and Regulations : 800
---- Introduction to basic electricity : 800
---- Print reading : 800
---- Installation basics : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 600
---- Overview of equipment : 600
---- Safety procedures : 600
---- Installation procedures : 600
---- Wiring, power supplies and control circuits : 600
---- Operation of equipment : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 500
---- Overview of equipment : 500
---- Safety procedures : 500
---- Installation procedures : 500
---- Wiring, power supplies and control circuits : 500
---- Operation of equipment : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Overview of equipment : 500
---- Safety procedures : 500
---- Installation procedures : 500
---- Wiring, power supplies and control circuits : 500
---- Operation of equipment : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 8
---- History of Elevators : 8
---- History of Private Residence Elevators : 8
---- Excerpts from the ASME A17.1 Safety Standard Code : 8
---- History Referencing Wheelchair lifts and Private Residence Elevators : 8
---- The A18.1 Safety Standard for Platform Lifts and Stairway Chairlifts : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 2
---- Industry Organizations/Associations : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 10
---- Applicable Codes and Publications : 10
---- ASME Codes and Standards : 10
---- American National Standards Institute (ANSI) : 10
---- National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) : 10
---- The National Electrical Code (NEC) : 10
---- BOCA National Building Code 1996 : 10
---- Uniform Building Code/Standard Building Code : 10
---- Related Publications : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 2
---- Glossary of Terms : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 12
---- Introduction : 12
---- Vertical Platform Lifts : 12
---- Application of Vertical Platform Lifts (VPL) : 12
---- Drive Systems for Vertical Platform Lifts : 12
---- Application of Inclined Platform Lifts : 12
---- Application of Stairway Chairlifts : 12
---- Types of Stairways : 12
---- Drive Types of Stairway Lifts : 12
---- Operation : 12
---- Private Residence Elevator : 12
---- Application of Private Residence Elevators : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Introduction : 12
---- Basic Safety : 12
---- Safety During Construction : 12
---- Service Safety : 12
---- Personal Safety Equipment : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 14
---- OHM’s Law : 14
---- What is Current? : 14
---- Basic Direct Current Circuits/Service vs. Parallel : 14
---- Understanding and Calculating Parallel Circuits : 14
---- Electric Motors : 14
---- Electromechanical Systems : 14
---- Basic Primer on Electrical Devices : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 8
---- Print Terminology : 8
---- Drawing to Scale : 8
---- Introduction to Installation Drawings : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Introduction : 8
---- Planning : 8
---- Environmental Protection : 8
---- Plumb and Square : 8
---- Wiring Methods : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- Overview : 40
---- Landing Doors and Gates : 40
---- Landing Door and Gate-Locking Devices : 40
---- Machinery Tower/Mast : 40
---- Platforms : 40
---- Safeties and Governors : 40
---- Hoistway/Runway Enclosure : 40
---- Wiring, Power Supplies, Control Circuits and Operations : 40
---- Other Components : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Overview : 40
---- Power Supply and Wiring : 40
---- Stairways : 40
---- Power Transfer/Landing Calls : 40
---- Battery Operated Models : 40
---- Barrier Arms : 40
---- Controls and Operation : 40
---- Platform, Safeties, and Governors : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 20
---- Overview : 20
---- Power Supply and Wiring : 20
---- Track Installation : 20
New Hours 20






#7600 Scaffold Erector



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Confined Space :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Scaffold Regulations :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Frame Components :
---- System Components :
---- Tube & Clamp Components :
---- Material Estimation :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Load Calculations :
---- Basic Frame :
---- Basic System :
---- Basic Tube & Clamp :
---- Intermediate Frame :
---- Intermediate System :
---- Advanced Frame :
---- Advanced System :
---- Inspection Criteria :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Re-Shoring :
---- Basic Suspended :
---- Intermediate Suspended :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- UBC Rigging & Signaler Qualification Certificate :
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Supervisory Training :
New Hours






#7598 Form Builder Carpenter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Professional Etiquette :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand & Power Tools :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material Handling :
New Hours






#7599 Pile Driver



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1,300
---- : 1,300
New Hours 1,300
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hr :
---- First Aid/ CPR/AED :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Confined Space :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Layout :
---- Print Reading :
---- Hand/Power/Engine Driven Tools :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Soil Mechanics :
---- Marine Safety/Seamanship :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to Formwork :
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Form Hardware :
---- Bridge Forms :
---- Piers, Pier & Pile Caps, Columns :
---- Wall Forms :
---- Gang Forms :
---- Slab & Deck Forms :
---- Precast :
---- Footing Forms :
---- Stair Forms :
---- Concrete, Grout, Epoxy :
---- Specialty Forms :
---- Underwater Formwork :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Types of Piling :
---- Crane & Rig Identification & Setup :
---- Pile Driving Accessories :
---- Pile Driving Hammers :
---- Wood Piling :
---- Concrete Piling :
---- Steel Piling :
---- Composite Piling :
---- Cast in Place Piling, :
---- Plastic Piling :
---- Test Pile and Pile Load Testing :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Types of Foundation Systems :
---- Types of Shoring :
---- Types of Underpinning :
---- Cofferdams, Cells :
---- Caissons and Drilled Shafts :
---- Shoring, Lagging, Tiebacks :
---- Pin Piles, Earth Nails, Geotextiles :
---- De-watering :
---- Shoring for Horizontal Boring :
---- Slurry Systems, Cutoff walls, Tremie Pours :
---- Structural Retrofit :
---- Trenching :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Timber Construction :
---- Trestles/Pile Bents :
---- Work Templates, Platforms :
---- Mats and Cribbing :
---- Flumes, Culverts, Irrigation Systems :
---- Bulkheads :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Cutting & Burning :
---- Introduction To Welding :
---- Plasma Cutting :
---- Air Arc Gouging :
---- Field Cutting Techniques :
---- Field Welding Techniques :
---- Layout, Fit up, Fabrication :
---- Plastic Welding :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rigging & Signaling Qualification Certificate :
---- Layout Instruments :
---- Powder Actuated Tools :
---- Advanced Pile Driver Rigging Techniques :
---- HazMat :
---- Lead Abatement :
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Aerial Lift Qualification :
---- Scaffold Erector Qualification :
New Hours






#7596 Carpenter Roofer Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduction to Industry :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Print Reading :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Ladders :
---- Hangers, Braces and Hardware :
---- Framing Members :
---- Sheeting :
---- Roofing Underlayment :
---- Ridge Caps and Roof Flashing :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Roof Framing :
---- Hardware Installation and Safety :
---- Composite Shingle :
---- Synthetic Shake :
---- Clay and Composite Tile :
---- Integrated Photovoltaic :
---- Soffits, Fascia and Siding :
---- Rain Gutters :
---- Customer Service and Professional Etiquette :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Commercial Roof Framing :
---- Panelized Roof Structures :
---- EPDM/TPO Membrane Roof :
---- Metal Roof :
---- Solar Roof Tops :
---- Green and Cool Roof Tops :
---- Inspection Criteria :
---- Maintenance and Repairs :
---- Troubleshooting and Analysis :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Scaffold User :
---- Rigging :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Cutting and Burning :
---- Welding :
---- Overhead Door Installation :
---- Weatherization Skills :
---- Door and Window Retro-Fits :
---- Fire Rated Solid Core and Steel Doors :
New Hours






#7597 Dock and Wharf Builder



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1,300
---- : 1,300
New Hours 1,300
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hr :
---- First Aid/ CPR/AED :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Confined Space :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Layout :
---- Print Reading :
---- Hand/Power/Engine Driven Tools :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Soil Mechanics :
---- Marine Safety/Seamanship :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to Formwork :
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Form Hardware :
---- Bridge Forms :
---- Piers, Pier & Pile Caps, Columns :
---- Wall Forms :
---- Gang Forms :
---- Slab & Deck Forms :
---- Precast :
---- Footing Forms :
---- Stair Forms :
---- Concrete, Grout, Epoxy :
---- Specialty Forms :
---- Underwater Formwork :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Types of Piling :
---- Crane & Rig Identification & Setup :
---- Pile Driving Accessories :
---- Pile Driving Hammers :
---- Wood Piling :
---- Concrete Piling :
---- Steel Piling :
---- Composite Piling :
---- Cast in Place Piling, :
---- Plastic Piling :
---- Test Pile and Pile Load Testing, :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Types of Foundation Systems :
---- Types of Shoring :
---- Types of Underpinning :
---- Cofferdams, Cells :
---- Caissons and Drilled Shafts :
---- Shoring, Lagging, Tiebacks :
---- Pin Piles, Earth Nails, Geotextiles :
---- De-watering :
---- Shoring for Horizontal Boring :
---- Slurry Systems, Cutoff walls, Tremie Pours :
---- Structural Retrofit :
---- Trenching :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Timber Construction :
---- Trestles/Pile Bents :
---- Work Templates, Platforms :
---- Mats and Cribbing :
---- Flumes, Culverts, Irrigation Systems :
---- Bulkheads :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Cutting & Burning :
---- Introduction To Welding :
---- Plasma Cutting :
---- Air Arc Gouging :
---- Field Cutting Techniques :
---- Field Welding Techniques :
---- Layout, Fit up, Fabrication :
---- Plastic Welding :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rigging & Signaling Qualification Certificate :
---- Layout Instruments :
---- Powder Actuated Tools :
---- Advanced Pile Driver Rigging Techniques :
---- HazMat :
---- Lead Abatement :
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Aerial Lift Qualification :
---- Scaffold Erector Qualification :
New Hours






#7594 Bridge Carpenter-Heavy Highway



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand & Power Tools :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hazardous Material Handling :
---- Concrete Composition :
---- Mixtures & Additives :
---- Repairs & Slab Troubleshooting :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Abutment & Bridges :
---- Concrete Design and Specialty Applications :
---- Grinding, Polishing & Sealing :
New Hours






#7595 Carpenter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-hour :
---- First Aid/CPR/AED :
---- Hand, Portable Power & Stationary Tools :
---- Print Reading :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Materials and Fasteners :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Layout :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Insulation & Sound Control :
---- Water & Vapor Barrier :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Footing Forms :
---- Slab Forms :
---- Wall Forms :
---- Columns, Beams, and Girders :
---- Stair Forms :
---- Building Layout :
---- Piers, Pier Caps, Pile Caps :
---- Tilt Up & Precast Panels :
---- Gang Forms :
---- Slab & Deck Forms :
---- Slip Forms :
---- ICFs Walls and Decks :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Joist Framing & Layout :
---- Wall Layout, Plating & Detailing :
---- Walls :
---- Truss Roof Framing :
---- Gable Roof Framing :
---- Hip & Intersecting Roof Framing :
---- Patios & Decks :
---- Stair Framing :
---- Heavy Timber Framing :
---- Wood Blocking :
---- Elevator and Utility Shafts :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material/Fasteners Identification Metal Framing Layout :
---- Floor Joists, Decks, & Walls :
---- Ceiling Joists, Trusses, & Rafters :
---- Metal Stairs :
---- Heavy Load Construction :
---- Metal Blocking :
---- Elevator and Utility Shafts :
---- Specialty Framing :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Siding :
---- Roof Covering :
---- Exterior Doors & Windows :
---- Weather-proofing :
---- Trims, Gutters & Components :
---- Installation of Pre-built Panels :
---- EIFS Systems :
---- Standing Seam Roofs :
---- Commercial Doors :
---- Commercial Windows :
---- Roll Up & Retractable Doors :
---- Store Front Trims& Components :
---- Handicap Access :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Drywall Installation :
---- Paneling :
---- Trim :
---- Shelving & Misc. Fixtures :
---- Cabinet Installation :
---- Countertop Installation :
---- Solid Surface Installation :
---- Stair Installation :
---- Wood Flooring :
---- Office Systems :
---- Store Fixtures :
---- Handicap Hardware :
---- Commercial Door Hardware :
---- Demountable Partitions :
---- Wall Coverings :
---- Ceiling Systems :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Transit/Level :
---- Laser Level :
---- Scaffold Erector Qualification :
---- Introduction to Welding :
---- Oxy/Acetylene Cutting Torch :
---- Powder Actuated Tools :
New Hours






#7592 Acoustical Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 245
---- : 245
New Hours 245
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- General Safety :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- OSHA 30-Hour :
---- First Aid/CPR :
---- Materials & Handling :
---- Print Reading I :
---- Print Reading II :
---- Layout :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Hand Tools :
---- Portable Power Tools :
---- Codes and Standards :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Infection Control Risk Assessment ICRA Best Practices in Health Care Construction :
---- Fastening Systems :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Laser Safety :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- (Intro to) Metal Wall Framing :
---- Soffits :
---- Metal Jambs & Window Frames :
---- Access Floors :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Drywall Application :
---- Sound & Fire Systems :
---- Pre-finished Drywall :
---- Fire Stop :
---- Plaster :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Intro to Ceiling Systems :
---- Exposed Grids :
---- Framed drywall :
---- Drywall grid :
---- Acoustical soffits :
---- Concealed grid :
---- Open grid :
---- Custom Ceiling Trims and moldings :
---- Metal systems :
---- Rated Ceilings :
---- Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum & Concrete :
---- Specialty/Curved Ceilings :
---- Clean Room Grid :
---- Clouds & Channels :
New Hours






#7593 Boat Builder



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 715
---- : 715
New Hours 715
Total Hours 1950
---- : 1950
New Hours 1950
Total Hours 1820
---- : 1820
New Hours 1820

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material Recognition :
---- Material handling and Lumber Storage :
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Millwork Equipment :
---- Sealer and Finishing Materials :
---- Fasteners & Hardware :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Member Fabrication :
---- Main Timber Assembly :
---- Planking and Ceiling :
---- Super-structure installation :
---- Decking and Flooring :
---- Lofting :
---- Glass Work :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Mast, Boom, and Bowsprit Fabrication :
---- Fit and Secure Spar Fittings :
---- Protective Coating Application :
---- Engine and Mechanical System Installation :
---- Staging and Launching :
---- Repairs and Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rigging :
---- Welding :
---- Machinery Alignment :
New Hours






#7590 Professional Brewer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 491
---- : 491
New Hours 491
Total Hours 399
---- : 399
New Hours 399
Total Hours 399
---- : 399
New Hours 399
Total Hours 399
---- : 399
New Hours 399

Technical Instruction








#7591 Optics Manufacturing Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7588 Railroad Safety Inspector (Level I)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Gain a detailed understanding of the structure of the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA). : 200
---- Gain a detailed understanding of the roles of regional supervisors, specialists, inspectors, and grade crossing managers. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of the FRA’s ethical requirements. : 200
---- Gain a fundamental understanding of the FRA’s statutory authority. : 200
---- Demonstrate an understanding of policy related to personal safety. : 200
---- Gain a fundamental understanding of Operation Lifesaver (OL) and the FRA’s relationship to this organization. : 200
---- Gain a detailed understanding of the roles of the regional administrative staff and support staff. : 200
---- Demonstrate access to and use of the Office of Safety Web Site to obtain summary accident and incident data. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of the reports used by the FRA for investigations. : 200
---- Become proficient at using FRA’s MS Outlook Program. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of personal safety concerns prior to going into a railroad yard, shipping facility, intermodal facility, or tank car shop facility. : 200
---- Complete the Workplace Safety computer generated training program. : 200
---- Understand and apply the elements of an On-Track Safety (OTS) job briefing at a work site. : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Become familiar with all FRA Hazardous Material (HM) Forms. : 200
---- Become familiar with the HM Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the Hazardous Substance & Reportable Quantities (RQ) Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the Marine Pollutant Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the Segregation Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the requirements regarding the Handling of Placarded Rail Cars. : 200
---- Become familiar with HM Classes/Divisions. : 200
---- Become familiar with the HM requirements regarding Shipping Papers. : 200
---- Identify items required on a shipping paper. : 200
---- Know when shipping paper is required. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of railroad employees who are involved in the transportation of HM. : 200
---- Define/Identify interdepartmental roles and responsibilities that exist at a typical facility that loads/unloads and ships HM. : 200
---- Familiarization of Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG). : 200
---- Identify railroad related associations such as the American Association of Railroads (AAR) and the Bureau of Explosives (BOE). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 300
---- Become familiar with the CFR Parts enforced by Motive Power and Equipment (MP&E) Inspectors. : 300
---- Become familiar with all FRA MP&E forms and discipline specific reports. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad safety rules that are particular to Maintenance of Equipment employees. : 300
---- Describe the various types of locomotives and their primary applications. : 300
---- Describe the various types of freight cars and their primary uses. : 300
---- Describe the job titles and functions of each principal employee of the Mechanical Department. : 300
---- Identify a standard railroad freight car truck. : 300
---- Describe some of the basic components of a locomotive. : 300
---- Use the AAR standards to describe certain locations of locomotives and cars. : 300
---- Describe some of the basic components of freight or passenger cars. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Become familiar with the CFR Parts enforced by Operating Practices Inspectors. : 300
---- Become familiar with all FRA OP forms and other discipline specific reports. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad safety rules that are particular to Operating Practices employees. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad operating rules. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad operations within a flat switching yard; to include employees, their job functions, how freight is processed through the yard, and how the different departments relate to each other. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad operations within a hump yard; to include employees, their job functions, how freight is processed through the yard, and how the different departments relate to each other. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of main track train operations. : 300
---- Compare switching operations at hump and flat yards. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of train dispatching operations. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 250
---- Become familiar with the CFR Parts enforced by FRA S&TC Inspectors. : 250
---- Brief introduction and understanding of S&TC inspector’s duties. : 250
---- Become familiar with the S&TC Compliance Manual (Technical Manual). : 250
---- Draw an organizational chart of a typical railroad S&TC Department and gain a fundamental understanding of signal system installation and maintenance. : 250
---- Introduction to the various railroad signal systems inspected by S&TC Inspectors. : 250
---- Introduction into basic electricity and Ohms Law. : 250
---- Brief introduction regarding the correct usage of a multi- meter. : 250
---- Introduction of railroad S&TC definitions and terminology. : 250
---- Brief introduction regarding components commonly used in railroad S&TC systems. : 250
New Hours 250

Technical Instruction








#7589 Utility Locator/Locator Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of electromagnetic theory as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of a simple circuit as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of signal frequency as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of signal power as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding regarding signal distortion. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of the three methods of signal application (direct connect, close induction/clamp & induction). : 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge of basic transmitter operation. : 160
---- Demonstrate proper equipment maintenance procedures. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of common receiver antenna configurations. : 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge of basic receiver operation. : 160
---- Demonstrate proper equipment maintenance procedures. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Satisfactorily delineate the approximate horizontal location of buried facilities. : 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of different marking systems. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 816
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the physical utility system(s) being located. : 816
---- Demonstrate a basic understanding of the mapping system for the facility(ies) being located. : 816
New Hours 816
Total Hours 130
---- Correctly identify the most common surface structures of each utility system. : 130
---- Correctly identify different visual evidence of the presence of buried facilities : 130
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge regarding private facilities. : 130
New Hours 130
Total Hours 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of safe work practices. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of emergency response requirements. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the hazards surrounding confined space entry. : 130
New Hours 130
Total Hours 130
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of One-Call regulations and processes for the assigned area of responsibility. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of locate request documentation. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of locate response documentation. : 130
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of the damage investigation process. : 130
New Hours 130
Total Hours 130
---- Promote positive working relationships with excavators & the public. : 130
New Hours 130

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 64
---- Basic Locator Theory : 64
---- Use and care of a Transmitter : 64
---- Use and care of a Receiver : 64
---- Marking Procedures (APWA) : 64
New Hours 64
Total Hours 192
---- Communications : 192
---- Electric Utilities : 192
---- Water/Reclaimed Water Utilities : 192
---- Sewer Utilities : 192
---- Gas Utilities : 192
---- Visual Observation Skills : 192
---- Safe Work Practices & Regulation : 192
---- One Call Regulation, Documentation and IT : 192
---- Excavator/Customer Relations : 192
---- Locating Pipelines (Operator Qualification) : 192
New Hours 192






#7584 Stationary Engineer-Power House



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1015
---- : 1015
New Hours 1015
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 743
---- : 743
New Hours 743
Total Hours 2475
---- : 2475
New Hours 2475
Total Hours 420
---- : 420
New Hours 420
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 575
---- : 575
New Hours 575
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction








#7585 Experimental Auto (Product Engineering Layout and Assembly)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 440
---- : 440
New Hours 440
Total Hours 2068
---- Engine : 2068
---- Hydramatic Transmission : 2068
---- Standard Transmission : 2068
---- Propeller Shaft : 2068
---- Rear Axle : 2068
---- Front End : 2068
---- Steering Gear : 2068
---- Brakes : 2068
New Hours 2068
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 1020
---- : 1020
New Hours 1020
Total Hours 850
---- : 850
New Hours 850
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction








#7586 Wildland Fire Fighter Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 20
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: Identify and mitigate safety hazards in the work environment, review/write Job Hazard Analysis, and conduct safety briefings during prescribed fire and wildland fire activities. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 1,400
---- Preparedness: physical fitness conditioning, conduct fire ground proficiency drills, obtain weather forecasts and fire intelligence, maintain fire equipment such as tools, vehicles, and pumps, and facility maintenance. Instruct and mentor module crewmembers. : 1,400
---- Fire Suppression: the fire suppression work portion requires 240 hours minimum on each of 2 of the 4 options (Engines, Crews, Aviation, Dozers), 1 of which must be either Engines or Crews. Experience can be gained during initial attack, extended attack, large incidents, fire rehabilitation projects or restoration assignments. : 1,400
---- Fuels Management: the Fuels Management work portion requires 80 hours minimum serving in various functions during the planning, preparation, implementation and monitoring phases of fire use, such as prescribed fire and mechanical/chemical vegetation treatments. : 1,400
New Hours 1,400
Total Hours 10
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: timekeeping, record keeping, fire reports, medical forms, incident check-in and demobilization. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: Fire Management Plans (FMP), Prevention Plan, Pre-attack, Cooperators, Land Use Plans, and Community Wildfire Protection Plans (CWPP). : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 30
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: fire investigation, school/public presentations, issuing permits, and public contacts. : 30
New Hours 30

Technical Instruction








#7587 Ironworker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 175
---- Name and proper use : 175
---- Care : 175
---- Safety : 175
New Hours 175
Total Hours 250
---- Identification : 250
---- Shapes : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 400
---- Light equipment-blocks, ropes, etc. : 400
---- Heavy equipment-derricks, etc. : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 2000
---- Layout : 2000
---- Drilling : 2000
---- Welding-acetylene and electric: cutting and burning : 2000
---- Riveting: selection of proper size and types of rivets; heating rivets; use and care of tools : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 375
---- Sorting materials : 375
---- Distributing : 375
New Hours 375
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 400
---- Hook on : 400
---- Learn signals : 400
---- Learn safety factors : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 500
---- Use of cables and turnbuckles : 500
---- Use of instruments : 500
---- Use of hydraulic jacks : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 900
---- Layout : 900
---- Fit-up : 900
New Hours 900

Technical Instruction








#7582 Heating-Ventilation-Air Conditioning – Refrigeration (HVACR) Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- Use and care of tools : 325
---- Test and measurement devices : 325
---- Types and sizes of piping, tubing, and fittings : 325
---- Introduction to refrigeration system components : 325
---- Safety procedures and first aid : 325
---- Equipment records and reports : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 525
---- Cut, thread, flare, bend, and shape piping and tubing : 525
---- Install fittings : 525
---- Solder, braze, and tin fittings and components : 525
---- Care and use of oxy-acetylene and air-acetylene torches : 525
---- Silver and soft soldering : 525
New Hours 525
Total Hours 1550
---- Electrical supply lines and cables : 1550
---- Electrical connections : 1550
---- Water service lines : 1550
---- Air supply lines : 1550
---- Steam lines : 1550
---- Steam return lines : 1550
---- Steam traps and strainers : 1550
---- Pressure reduction, expansion, evaporator, stop valves : 1550
---- Suction and discharge lines : 1550
---- Gauges : 1550
---- Dehydrators : 1550
---- Filters and strainers : 1550
---- Controls : 1550
New Hours 1550
Total Hours 900
---- Install condensers : 900
---- Prepare compressor and motor bases : 900
---- Install and align compressors and motors : 900
---- Install evaporators and other cooling coils : 900
---- Install and align centrifugal pumps and bases : 900
---- Safe equipment moving - slings, lines, blocks and falls, chain hoists, rollers, dollies, and skids : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 1100
---- Troubleshoot field systems : 1100
---- Test pressure, flow, etc. : 1100
---- Check liquid levels : 1100
---- Check repair leaks (refrigerants, liquids) : 1100
---- Purge, dehydrate, and charge systems : 1100
---- Repair, align, and adjust fans and blower sections : 1100
---- Align pulleys, bearing blocks, belt tension : 1100
New Hours 1100
Total Hours 2850
---- Disassemble and clean, repair, perform shop tests and run-in compressors : 2850
---- Repair, pressure test, dehydrate evaporators : 2850
---- Repair, acidize condensers, and roll condenser tubes : 2850
---- Remove, replace, disassemble, test, clean, calibrate, and renew defective parts on controls of all types including: pneumatic, electrical, electro-pneumatic, thermostatic, humidity, pressure, vacuum : 2850
New Hours 2850
Total Hours 300
---- Demand controlled ventilation : 300
---- Dedicated outdoor air systems—conditioning outdoor makeup air separately from indoor return air. : 300
---- Displacement ventilation—uses a low velocity stream of fresh, cold air at floor level to displace stale air near the ceiling : 300
---- Electronically commutated motors—variable-speed HVACR Blower : 300
---- Energy recovery ventilation (ERV)—captures energy from exhausted air and uses it to precondition incoming makeup air. : 300
---- Zero-degree heat pumps : 300
---- Duct sealing : 300
---- Adaptive logic control—adapting to HVACR systems with a wide range of operating states. : 300
---- Desiccant dehumidification—absorbs moisture with a liquid desiccant solution and then evaporates it using heat. : 300
---- Micro channel heat exchangers : 300
---- Micro environments—create a virtual zone for occupant environmental control. : 300
---- Thermal energy storage—provides cooling capacity by extracting heat from storage material, such as ice or chilled water. : 300
---- Chilled beam cooling—uses natural convection and radiative heat transfer. : 300
---- Adjustable speed drives (ASD) reducing motor speed to accommodate varying HVACR loads. : 300
---- Variable flow volume (VFV) systems—are ductless systems with multiple compressors to provide part-load performance and zoned temperature control. : 300
New Hours 300

Technical Instruction








#7583 Heating, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration Installer/Servicer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of types : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of safe handling of refrigerants : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of safe handling of pressurized gasses : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of safe handling of combustibles : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of SDS (Safety Data Sheet) information to material : 40
---- Work in a safe and workman-like manner abiding applicable local, state, and federal regulations; EPA (environmental), DOT(environmental), DOT (motor vehicles) and OSHA (worker safety) : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of first aid procedures for occupational hazards : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of lockout & tag out procedures : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of safe ladder usage : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge and use of personal fall protection equipment : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 80
---- : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 80
---- : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 80
---- : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Instruction Content for Year 1 Only :
New Hours
Total Hours 1.5
---- Understand career clusters and career pathways. : 1.5
---- Evaluate HVACR career options. : 1.5
---- Determine which exams and corresponding certifications are most suited for achieving your career goals. : 1.5
---- Understand the tools needed for success in the workplace. : 1.5
---- Understand the value of an accredited HVACR program. : 1.5
---- Explain the value of continuing education and training. Understand EPA regulations as they relate to air conditioning and refrigeration. : 1.5
---- Become involved in HVACR service organizations and trade associations. : 1.5
New Hours 1.5
Total Hours 3
---- Describe OSHA and its purpose. : 3
---- Properly assess electrical, fire, temperature, pressure, refrigerant, chemical, and breathing hazards. : 3
---- Explain the components of a safety data sheet (SDS). : 3
---- Discuss the need for personal protective equipment (PPE) for head, hearing, eye, and respiratory protection. : 3
---- Exercise safe practices when lifting, using a ladder or scaffold, for fall protection, in confined spaces, and for hand and power tools. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 1.5
---- Describe three general categories of HVACR service. : 1.5
---- Explain the steps in a standard troubleshooting procedure. : 1.5
---- Evaluate a problem in a logical and systematic sequence. : 1.5
---- Select a remedy for a problem using a three-step procedure. : 1.5
---- Explain how a technician’s appearance and conduct affects customer relations. : 1.5
---- Understand the basics for writing service estimates and service contracts. : 1.5
New Hours 1.5
Total Hours 3
---- Differentiate between matter and energy. : 3
---- Summarize the relationship between force, work, and power. : 3
---- Differentiate between the Fahrenheit, Celsius, Rankine, and Kelvin temperature scales. : 3
---- Use the appropriate formulas to calculate enthalpy, specific enthalpy, and changes in heat for a given substance. : 3
---- Compare the radiation, convection, and conduction methods of heat transfer. : 3
---- Illustrate the differences between the three states of matter. : 3
---- Differentiate between sensible heat and latent heat. : 3
---- Predict the effect of a drop-in temperature or an increase in pressure on a saturated vapor. : 3
---- Summarize the relationships between mass, weight, and density. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Describe the effect on gas pressure and temperature when its volume is increased or decreased. : 3
---- Describe Pascal’s law and provide examples of it in the HVACR industry. : 3
---- Illustrate the effect of pressure and heat on the three states of matter. : 3
---- Differentiate between gauge pressure and absolute pressure. : 3
---- Understand how the concepts of Boyle’s law, Charles’ law, Gay-Lussac’s law, and the combined gas law explain the behavior of refrigerant in the operation of a mechanical refrigeration system. : 3
---- Describe Dalton’s law and explain how it can be applied to HVACR work. : 3
---- Explain the significance of saturated vapors in a refrigeration system. : 3
---- Describe how the processes of air exchange, pressure change, and state change provide a cooling effect. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Explain how phase changes are used in refrigeration systems to transfer heat. : 3
---- Describe how phase change is possible through pressure change or the addition or removal of heat. : 3
---- Summarize the four phases of the compression refrigeration cycle. : 3
---- Identify the components that divide the low and high sides of a compression refrigeration system. : 3
---- Understand the purpose of each of the components in a compression refrigeration system. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Explain how to use various hand tools. : 3
---- Select the appropriate hand tool for a specific task. : 3
---- Select the appropriate power tool for a specific task. : 3
---- Monitor temperature with various thermometers. : 3
---- Identify different types of fastening methods and devices. : 3
---- Compare cleaning methods and the use of various solvents. : 3
---- Identify basic supplies needed on a typical installation or service call. : 3
---- Follow approved safety procedures. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 2.5
---- Distinguish among the various types of tubing and piping used in refrigeration work. : 2.5
---- Explain the uses of the various types of tubing and piping in refrigeration work. : 2.5
---- Perform tube cutting and bending procedures using proper methods. : 2.5
---- Complete various tubing and piping connecting procedures using approved methods. : 2.5
---- Use safe and accepted soldering and brazing techniques. : 2.5
---- Follow approved safety procedures. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Recognize the effect of halogenated refrigerants on the ozone layer. : 3.5
---- Summarize Environmental Protection Agency regulations governing refrigerants. : 3.5
---- Differentiate between CFC, HCFC, HFC, and blended refrigerants. : 3.5
---- Identify refrigerants according to their series number and cylinder color code. : 3.5
---- Interpret pressure-temperature curves, pressure-enthalpy tables, and pressure-enthalpy diagrams. : 3.5
---- Summarize the properties and common applications of different refrigerants. : 3.5
---- Identify which types of refrigerants are compatible with which lubricants. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Distinguish between the different types of refrigerant cylinders and identify the proper use of each type. : 2.5
---- Identify the different kinds of pressure gauges and how they are used. : 2.5
---- Recognize the various types of service valves used on refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Understand the purpose, construction, and operation of a gauge manifold. : 2.5
---- List the types of leak detection methods and their advantages and disadvantages. : 2.5
---- Explain the purpose for using a vacuum pump. : 2.5
---- Describe the types of equipment used for refrigerant recovery and recycling. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Check refrigerant charge by determining a system’s superheat or sub-cooling. : 3.5
---- Implement both passive and active refrigerant recovery procedures. : 3.5
---- Charge a system with an inert gas to pressure test for leaks. : 3.5
---- Carry out refrigeration system leak repairs using either epoxy resin or brazing. : 3.5
---- Evacuate a refrigeration system using both deep vacuum and triple evacuation methods. : 3.5
---- Charge a specific amount of refrigerant into a system as either a liquid or vapor. : 3.5
---- Follow approved safety procedures when recovering and charging refrigerant. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 2
---- Identify the parts of an atom. : 2
---- Use Ohm’s law to explain the mathematical relationship among voltage, current, and resistance. : 2
---- Contrast the properties and applications of static electricity, direct current, and alternating current. : 2
---- Summarize the three types of materials used in electrical and electronic parts and systems. : 2
---- Design diagrams of series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits. : 2
---- Use formulas to calculate the voltage drop across an electrical load. : 2
---- List the components of an electromagnet and factors that affect the strength of its magnetic field. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Use mathematical formulas to calculate root mean square values, apparent power, and power factor. : 2
---- Summarize how resistance, inductive reactance, and capacitive reactance cause power loss and affect power factor in electrical circuits. : 2
---- Understand the difference between single-phase and three-phase power. : 2
---- Define a Class 2 circuit and identify the types of electrical connections an HVACR technician is permitted to make. : 2
---- Recall wire size terminology and connect wires using wire terminals and crimping. : 2
---- Explain the importance of properly grounding and bonding an electrical system. : 2
---- Describe the purpose and operation of various overcurrent protection devices used in circuits. : 2
---- Identify the different types and causes of common electrical problems. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Discuss how electrons and holes move through a semiconductor based on the principle of hole flow. : 2
---- Explain how forward biased and reverse biased diodes affect the flow of current in a circuit. : 2
---- Define a control circuit and distinguish between electronic and electrical devices used in a control circuit. : 2
---- Summarize the operation of various electronic semiconductor devices and how they are used in HVACR systems. : 2
---- Understand the purpose of microprocessors and computers in HVACR. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 3
---- Identify the basic parts of a motor. : 3
---- Explain how a motor operates based on the codependent relationship of magnetism and electricity. : 3
---- Calculate a motor’s synchronous speed and explain how it is different than the motor’s full-load speed. : 3
---- Compare how motor windings and capacitors are used to start single-phase motors. : 3
---- Summarize the different starting and running characteristics of various single-phase motors. : 3
---- Understand the structure and basic operation of a three-phase motor. : 3
---- Identify the differences between electronically commutated motors and ac motors. : 3
---- Select the proper motor for an application by analyzing standard motor data found on motor nameplates. : 3
---- Identify the different applications of motors in HVACR systems. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Understand the difference between pictorial and ladder circuit diagrams. : 3
---- Describe how range and differential adjustments are used to calibrate temperature and pressure controls. : 3
---- Identify the various types of temperature-sensing devices used in motor controls. : 3
---- Compare the operation of various electromagnetic and electronic motor starting relays. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3.5
---- Use different testing instruments to measure electrical variables in a circuit : 3.5
---- Test motor winding insulation using a megohmmeter and perform maintenance based on the measured resistance. : 3.5
---- Determine the cause of motor trouble by checking a motor’s current draw, start and run capacitors, and internal temperature. : 3.5
---- Measure a three-phase motor’s voltage and winding resistance to test it for single phasing. : 3.5
---- Use an ohmmeter to take measurements on a hermetic compressor motor and determine whether it has a shorted winding, an open winding, or a short to ground. : 3.5
---- Start a stuck hermetic compressor motor by connecting a hard start kit to the compressor terminals. : 3.5
---- Service fan motors by identifying connection problems, fan problems, and electronically commutated motor trouble codes. : 3.5
---- Properly lubricate motor bearings and install belts connecting external motors to belt-driven units. : 3.5
---- Troubleshoot and replace faulty control system components, such as thermostats and motor starting relays. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Summarize the design differences between open-drive compressors, fully hermetic compressors, and semi-hermetic compressors. : 2.5
---- Identify the components of a reciprocating piston compressor and summarize their functions. : 2.5
---- Understand how a Scotch yoke type of reciprocating compressor works. : 2.5
---- Explain how a rotary compressor works. : 2.5
---- Summarize the differences between rotating vane and stationary blade rotary compressors. : 2.5
---- Understand how a scroll compressor works. : 2.5
---- Explain how a screw compressor works. : 2.5
---- Identify the components of a centrifugal compressor and summarize their functions. : 2.5
---- Identify and explain the purpose of compressor cooling and lubrication systems, mufflers, and crankcase heaters. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 2
---- Explain ideal compressor operating conditions and requirements. : 2
---- Describe the use and operation of compressor protection devices, such as overcurrent protection devices, overload devices, crankcase pressure regulators, discharge line pressure switches, and discharge line thermostats. : 2
---- Explain the role an accumulator plays in a system and how it accomplishes its purpose. : 2
---- Understand the components that maintain proper oil and refrigerant flow to the compressor. : 2
---- Explain the operation of oil separators, oil reservoirs, oil level regulators, and oil safety control. : 2
---- Summarize the purpose of vibration absorbers and the techniques for installing them. : 2
---- Explain the purpose and operation of crankcase heaters. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Summarize the purpose of metering devices. : 4
---- Categorize metering devices as modulating or fixed. : 4
---- Summarize the design and function of capillary tube and fixed-orifice metering devices. : 4
---- Explain the design and function of common types of thermostatic expansion valves (TXVs). : 4
---- Summarize the design and function of automatic expansion valves (AXVs). : 4
---- Explain the design and function of common types of electronic expansion valves (EEVs). : 4
---- Understand the differences between high-side float (HSF) refrigerant controls and low-side float (LSF) refrigerant controls. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 3
---- Compare and contrast air-cooling and liquid-cooling evaporators. : 3
---- Explain the construction of fin-and-tube, plate, and microchannel evaporators. : 3
---- Compare and contrast domestic, air-conditioning, and commercial refrigeration evaporators. : 3
---- Summarize the operation of evaporator defrost controls and defrosting methods. : 3
---- Describe the different types of water-cooled condensers. : 3
---- Explain the modes of operation of evaporative condensers. : 3
---- Compare and contrast domestic, air-conditioning, and commercial refrigeration condensers. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Explain the two primary functions of refrigerant loop components. : 3
---- Describe the purpose and uses of liquid receivers. : 3
---- Differentiate between the distinct duties of filters and driers. : 3
---- Explain the function of suction line and liquid line filter-driers. : 3
---- Explain how sight glasses can be used to indicate the amount of moisture in a refrigeration system. : 3
---- Describe the operation and use of refrigerant line valves, shutoff valves, service valves, check valves, solenoid valves, hot-gas defrost valves, hot-gas bypass valves, and liquid injection valves. : 3
---- Explain the operation and purpose of crankcase pressure regulators (CPRs). : 3
---- Compare the operation of the different types of evaporator pressure regulators (EPRs). : 3
---- Compare and contrast the different types of relief valves available. : 3
---- Describe the different head pressure control valves and condenser arrangements and explain how they operate to maintain head pressure. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Summarize the differences between domestic refrigeration systems and commercial refrigeration systems. : 3
---- Recall the causes of food spoilage and explain how domestic refrigeration systems minimize spoilage. : 3
---- Summarize the operation of an automatic defrost system in a frost-free freezer. : 3
---- Illustrate airflow patterns in top, bottom, and side-by-side refrigerator-freezer units. : 3
---- Explain how refrigerator and freezer cabinets are constructed. : 3
---- Identify the features of gaskets used in refrigerator and freezer doors. : 3
---- Identify available and innovative refrigeration and freezer units. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Explain the function of the basic components in a domestic compression refrigerator-freezer. : 3
---- Understand how common cooling controls maintain the desired conditions inside a domestic refrigerator-freezer. : 3
---- Describe how dampers are used to control temperatures in frozen food and fresh food compartments of a domestic refrigerator-freezer. : 3
---- Understand the operation of common defrost systems used in domestic refrigerator-freezers. : 3
---- Explain the purpose of condensation controls in domestic refrigerator-freezers and describe their operation. : 3
---- Describe the methods used to control conditions inside crispers and humidity-controlled drawers. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 2.5
---- Check domestic compression refrigerators for proper installation. : 2.5
---- Use the proper procedure for starting a domestic refrigerator-freezer. : 2.5
---- Interpret common symptoms of system malfunction. : 2.5
---- Use proper procedures to test a domestic refrigerator-freezer’s auxiliary circuits. : 2.5
---- Explain the use of piercing valves, pinching tools, and valve adapters. : 2.5
---- Interpret temperature and pressure conditions inside a refrigeration system to determine points of failure. : 2.5
---- Summarize common symptoms of internal component failure and their possible causes. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Apply the proper techniques to clean a condenser and compressor in a domestic refrigerator. : 3.5
---- Explain the steps required to prepare a domestic refrigerator or freezer for internal service. : 3.5
---- Summarize the steps required to return a domestic refrigerator or freezer to service after a motor burnout. : 3.5
---- Apply the proper procedure to remove and replace a compressor in a domestic refrigerator or freezer. : 3.5
---- Use the proper procedures to repair leaks in condensers and evaporators. : 3.5
---- Apply the proper procedures to clean or replace a capillary tube. : 3.5
---- Summarize the procedure for selecting, removing, and installing filter-driers. : 3.5
---- Compare the different methods of charging a small hermetic refrigeration system. : 3.5
---- Summarize different methods of calibrating, testing, and adjusting thermostatic controls in refrigerator-freezers. : 3.5
---- Explain considerations to take when removing system components from a cabinet. : 3.5
---- Summarize the steps required to properly discard or store a domestic refrigerator or freezer. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 3
---- Understand the concepts of climate and weather. : 3
---- Summarize the purpose of air-conditioning systems. : 3
---- Identify the layers of the atmosphere and the primary components of air. : 3
---- Understand the relationships between humidity, relative humidity, and dew point. : 3
---- Use a hygrometer to measure moisture in the air. : 3
---- Differentiate between wet-bulb and dry-bulb temperatures. : 3
---- Explain the principles of psychometry and the use of psychrometric charts. : 3
---- Summarize the range of air conditions that fall within the human comfort range. : 3
---- Understand how air movement affects human comfort. : 3
---- Use anemometers, pitot tubes, and manometers to measure air velocity. : 3
---- Identify external factors that affect indoor air conditions. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Identify the agencies and standards that regulate indoor air quality. : 3
---- Categorize indoor air pollutants as solid or gas pollutants and provide examples of each. : 3
---- Recall the factors that affect indoor air quality. : 3
---- Recognize the main sources of pollutants that adversely affect residential and commercial indoor air quality. : 3
---- Summarize the processes used to assess residential and commercial indoor air quality. : 3
---- Summarize the steps that can be taken to prevent indoor air quality problems. : 3
---- Differentiate between sick building syndrome, building-related illness, and multiple-chemical sensitivity. : 3
---- Compare the different types of air filters available. : 3
---- Summarize the different air cleaning methods used to improve indoor air quality. : 3
---- Explain the operation and maintenance of ultraviolet air treatment system. : 3
---- Differentiate between heat recovery ventilators (HRVs) and energy recovery ventilators (ERVs). : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 4
---- Recall the properties of air that affect air distribution system design or installation. : 4
---- Categorize air circulation systems. : 4
---- Determine the basic ventilation requirements for a given space. : 4
---- Identify the basic types of air duct systems. : 4
---- Explain the relationships between air distribution and duct sizing and design. : 4
---- Understand the procedure for correctly sizing ducts. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Recall the various methods for checking airflow and air leakage. : 2
---- Explain how to identify, isolate, and correct duct noise problems. : 2
---- Use proper equipment and techniques to clean a duct system. : 2
---- Apply knowledge of airflow to balance a duct system. : 2
---- Recall methods of removing odors from the air. : 2
---- Summarize periodic maintenance tasks that must be performed on fans. : 2
---- Explain procedures for inspecting and servicing various types of air filters. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2.5
---- Explain the purpose of comfort cooling systems. : 2.5
---- Describe the cooling and dehumidifying process of an air-conditioning system and show the relationship of dry-bulb temperature, moisture content, and relative humidity on a psychrometric chart. : 2.5
---- Summarize the characteristics of window and wall-mounted room air conditioners. : 2.5
---- Install and service window and wall-mounted room air conditioners. : 2.5
---- Discuss the operation and application of packaged terminal air conditioners and console air conditioners. : 2.5
---- Identify the characteristics and uses of portable air conditioners. : 2.5
---- Explain the operation, components, and arrangement of ductless split systems. : 2.5
---- Install and service ductless split systems. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Identify the characteristics of a central air-conditioning system. : 3.5
---- Explain the differences between unitary and field-erected air-conditioning systems. : 3.5
---- Identify the characteristics of a split air-conditioning system. : 3.5
---- Identify the types of controls commonly used in central air-conditioning systems. : 3.5
---- Summarize the steps required to install central air-conditioning. : 3.5
---- Identify the areas of a central air-conditioning system that must be periodically inspected. : 3.5
---- Explain the tasks that must be completed as part of central air-conditioning system service. : 3.5
---- Understand the operation of variable refrigerant flow (VRF) as it is used in residential heating and cooling systems. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 4
---- Summarize the features of rooftop units and packaged outdoor air-conditioning units. : 4
---- Identify the types of controls commonly used in commercial air-conditioning systems. : 4
---- Explain how variable refrigerant flow is incorporated into commercial air-conditioning applications. : 4
---- Explain the basic operation of a chiller system. : 4
---- Compare the different types of compressors that can be used in chiller systems. : 4
---- Explain the basic function and operation of a cooling tower. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Explain the absorption refrigeration cycle and process. : 2
---- Identify the heat sources that can be used to operate an absorption air-conditioning system. : 2
---- Summarize the operation of residential and commercial absorption chillers. : 2
---- Compare direct-fired and indirect fired absorption systems. : 2
---- Understand the difference between single-effect and double-effect absorption chillers. : 2
---- Explain the differences in operation between ammonia and lithium bromide absorption systems. : 2
---- Understand how multiple absorption units can be combined in a multiple unit load system. : 2
---- Summarize the energy efficiency advantages of an absorption air-conditioning system. : 2
---- Explain the basic concepts behind evaporative cooling. : 2
---- Understand how a roof pond works. : 2
---- Summarize the function of a roof mist cooling system. : 2
---- Summarize the steps involved in absorption cooling system service. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Understand the basics of relative humidity (rh), moisture content in the air, and the effect of dry-bulb temperature on humidity levels. : 2
---- Summarize the design and operation of a typical dehumidifier. : 2
---- Understand the steps involved in humidifier installation and service. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Describe how a thermostat can function in different roles in HVACR systems. : 4
---- Explain the operating principles of different temperature-reactive components and the switching components used in thermostats. : 4
---- List the features and options available in modern thermostats. : 4
---- Understand the differences among heating, cooling, combination, and multistage thermostats. : 4
---- Understand the purpose and operation of anticipators in thermostats. : 4
---- Summarize the operations and applications of line-voltage, low-voltage, and millivolt thermostats. : 4
---- Identify and explain the operation of line-voltage thermostats. : 4
---- Explain the operation of low-voltage thermostats. : 4
---- Understand the use and operation of millivolt thermostats in standing-pilot heating systems. : 4
---- Explain the use and operation of wireless and power-stealing thermostats. : 4
---- Program and set up a programmable thermostat. : 4
---- Identify thermostat wiring terminals by their letters. : 4
---- Arrange free cooling through the use of an air-side economizer in a forced-air HVAC system. : 4
---- Evaluate a building to determine suitable locations for thermostats and remote sensing devices. : 4
---- Diagnose an HVAC system that is not operating properly by using its thermostat. : 4
---- Diagnose a high current draw on a step-down transformer used with a low-voltage thermostat. : 4
---- Understand the operation and purpose of the various components used in a forced-air zoned system. : 4
---- Troubleshoot forced-air zoned system that is not operating properly. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- Understand the principles of heat loss and heat gain. : 4
---- Compare the sources of heat loads for heating and heat loads for cooling. : 4
---- Explain the relationship between a material’s K-value, C-value, U-value, and R-value and the rate at which heat is transferred through the material. : 4
---- Summarize the use of indoor and outdoor design temperatures in calculating heat loads. : 4
---- Understand the relationship between surface area and heat transfer rate. : 4
---- Compare the techniques for finding a building component’s heat transfer rate using the component’s C-values, K-values, U-value, and R-values. : 4
---- Explain how heat load calculations differ depending on whether the building is built on a basement, a slab, or a crawl space. : 4
---- Understand infiltration and exfiltration and explain their effects on heat load. : 4
---- Summarize the effect of sunlight on cooling loads and methods of reducing sun loads. : 4
---- Understand heat lag and its effect on heat loads. : 4
---- Identify miscellaneous smaller heat loads within a building that affect the calculation of total heating or cooling loads. : 4
---- Use a worksheet or computer program to properly calculate total heating and cooling loads for a building. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Identify the basic components of a forced-air heating system and explain their functions. : 2
---- Understand the difference between a condensing and a noncondensing furnace. : 2
---- Describe the different types of indoor blower and combustion blower arrangements. : 2
---- Compare and contrast upflow, downflow, and horizontal furnaces. : 2
---- Summarize the operation of two-stage furnaces and modulating furnaces. : 2
---- Explain how makeup air units improve system efficiency and prevent negative pressure from developing in a house. : 2
---- Understand how blower function can be controlled using time-delay controls and thermostatic controls. : 2
---- Summarize the design and purpose of unit heaters. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 3.5
---- List the basic components of a hydronic system and explain their functions. : 3.5
---- Explain the purpose of hydronic system water treatment. : 3.5
---- Describe the different types of hydronic system designs. : 3.5
---- Summarize the different methods for installing radiant heating systems. : 3.5
---- Identify various controls used in hydronic systems and explain their functions. : 3.5
---- Perform regular maintenance and service on a steam heating system. : 3.5
---- Explain how to balance a hydronic system and prepare it for initial start-up. : 3.5
---- Troubleshoot boiler and water circulation problems in a hydronic system. : 3.5
---- List the steps required to purge series loop systems, one-pipe systems, and zoned systems. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Describe the basic operation of a heat pump in heating mode and in cooling mode. : 2.5
---- Summarize the difference between ground-source heat pumps and air-source heat pumps. : 2.5
---- Identify a heat pump system’s principal components. : 2.5
---- Explain how a reversing valve operates and how it controls the direction of refrigerant flow through a heat pump. : 2.5
---- Compare and contrast different types of coils and loops used in heat pump systems. : 2.5
---- List two common methods used to defrost heat pumps. : 2.5
---- Understand how auxiliary heat is used in conjunction with heat pumps. : 2.5
---- Summarize how heat pumps can be combined with solar heating systems. : 2.5
---- Perform routine maintenance and service on heat pump systems. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Identify the components necessary for and products of combustion. : 3.5
---- Understand how the ratio of air to fuel affects combustion efficiency. : 3.5
---- Describe the differences in design between medium-efficiency and high-efficiency gas furnaces. : 3.5
---- Classify the different types of materials used for chimneys and flue pipes. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 3
---- Summarize the basic operation of an oil furnace. : 3
---- Identify the characteristics of fuel oil. : 3
---- Perform several tests to check the combustion efficiency of an oil-fired heating system. : 3
---- Compare the advantages and disadvantages of using a one-pipe or two-pipe fuel delivery system. : 3
---- Describe the functions of different fuel line components. : 3
---- Identify oil burner components and explain their purposes. : 3
---- Explain how stack relays and cad cell relays are used to detect the presence of a flame. : 3
---- Describe the difference between interrupted and intermittent ignition. : 3
---- Define the various functions of a primary control unit. : 3
---- Follow code requirements for installing fuel lines and storage tanks for an oil-fired heating system. : 3
---- Bleed an oil-fired heating system’s fuel lines and perform other routine maintenance and service procedures. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Identify the advantages and disadvantages of electric heating systems compared to combustion heating systems. : 3
---- Calculate an electric heating system’s heat production when given the system’s wattage or voltage and amperage values. : 3
---- Describe the three types of electric heating elements. : 3
---- List examples and applications of convection electric heating systems. : 3
---- Compare and contrast direct and indirect radiant heating systems. : 3
---- Explain the purpose of sequencers and different contactors used in electric heating systems and how they function. : 3
---- Describe the operation of airflow and safety control devices in electric heating systems. : 3
---- Explain how controls are used in electric baseboard heating and some of their requirements. : 3
---- Install, maintain, test, and troubleshoot electric heating systems. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Understand the nature of solar energy. : 3
---- Compare flat-plate collectors, evacuated tube collectors, and concentrating collectors. : 3
---- Characterize passive, active, and hybrid solar energy systems. : 3
---- Describe the operation of air-based and liquid-based solar heating systems. : 3
---- Recall applications for solar heating systems. : 3
---- Explain how solar heating can be combined with various supplemental heating sources. : 3
---- Describe how solar energy is converted to electricity. : 3
---- Explain the operating principles of sensible and latent thermal energy storage. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 4
---- Identify factors affecting heat gain, heat loss, and building energy consumption. : 4
---- Explain the purpose of a building control system. : 4
---- Understand the energy audit process. : 4
---- Describe the three general types of building system controllers. : 4
---- Explain the purpose of building control protocols, such as BACnet. : 4
---- Summarize principles of control system diagnostics and repair. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Explain how the construction of a building relates to its heating and cooling efficiency. : 2
---- Describe how the degree-day method can be used to estimate heating and cooling costs. : 2
---- Differentiate among the various efficiency ratings used to evaluate furnaces, air conditioners, and heat pumps. : 2
---- List individual components that can be changed or added to an existing HVAC system to increase energy efficiency. : 2
---- Describe alternative systems and solutions that may be used to increase energy conservation. : 2
---- Explain the role of the HVACR technician in energy conservation. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 3.5
---- Recognize the types of commercial refrigeration systems and their applications. : 3.5
---- Explain how and why ice banks are used in certain refrigeration systems. : 3.5
---- Describe the two types of water coolers. : 3.5
---- Describe the different types of evaporators in commercial ice machines. : 3.5
---- List some of the industrial applications of refrigeration systems. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Identify the different types of refrigerant metering devices, evaporators, compressors, and condensers used in transportation refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Summarize the operation of various expendable refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Explain how thermoelectric couples produce heating and cooling using electricity. : 2.5
---- Summarize the operation of vortex tubes, steam jet systems, and refrigerant jet systems. : 2.5
---- Describe the operation of a basic Sterling refrigeration system. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Explain the difference between packaged and split commercial refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Understand the operation and purpose of various components used in sophisticated commercial refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Identify applications for multiple-evaporator systems. : 2.5
---- Summarize the different methods of achieving variable capacity in modulating refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Explain the refrigeration cycle in compound and cascade systems. : 2.5
---- Describe the purpose and operation of secondary loop refrigeration systems. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3
---- Understand the relationship between total heat load, service heat load, and heat leakage load. : 3
---- Compute a system’s heat leakage load. : 3
---- Calculate a system’s service heat load manually and by using manufacturer’s tables. : 3
---- Use heat leakage load, service heat load, and all applicable miscellaneous heat loads to calculate a system’s total heat load. : 3
---- Compute the total heat load for a water cooler. : 3
---- Summarize the thermodynamic principles at work in the basic refrigeration cycle. : 3
---- Identify the various lines on a pressure-enthalpy diagram. : 3
---- Interpret the graphs of different refrigeration cycles on pressure-enthalpy diagrams. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 2
---- Identify the factors that affect compressor sizing. : 2
---- Calculate a compressor’s required capacity based on its total heat load and operating cycle. : 2
---- Summarize the factors that affect the heat transfer rates of evaporators and condensers. : 2
---- Use tables from manufacturers to size compressors, condensers, and evaporators. : 2
---- List the basic criteria that must be considered when sizing refrigerant lines. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Summarize some of the basic regulations found in most codes. : 2
---- Identify procedures for locating and mounting condensing units and evaporators. : 2
---- Determine where to mount thermostatic expansion valve sensing bulbs based on suction line tubing size. : 2
---- Install various components, such as valves, filter-driers, and sight glasses, along refrigerant lines. : 2
---- Properly mount and install open-drive compressor motors and also hermetic compressors. : 2
---- Test a refrigeration installation for leaks by using leak detection devices, a standing pressure test, and a standing vacuum test. : 2
---- Charge a system with refrigerant using either the low-side method or the high-side method. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 3
---- Recognize the effects of an undercharged refrigeration system. : 3
---- Recognize the effects of an overcharged refrigeration system. : 3
---- Recognize the effects of non-condensable in a refrigeration system. : 3
---- Identify causes of suction line pressure drop. : 3
---- Summarize the effects of having moisture in a refrigeration system. : 3
---- Check a commercial refrigeration system’s refrigerant charge. : 3
---- Differentiate among the different causes of high head pressure. : 3
---- Analyze a refrigeration system that runs continuously to determine its root cause. : 3
---- Evaluate a refrigeration system that produces little or no cooling. : 3
---- Analyze a refrigeration system that will not run to determine its root cause. : 3
---- Troubleshoot basic problems in ice machines. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 2.5
---- Test the components of a system to determine what causes it to short cycle. : 2.5
---- Identify and distinguish the various causes of abnormal noises created by commercial refrigeration systems before implementing a remedy. : 2.5
---- Identify restrictions and pressure drops in various inline components using a temperature survey. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Properly pump down or move the refrigerant charge for system service. : 3.5
---- Perform atmospheric balancing (pressure equalizing) before opening a system to atmosphere for service. : 3.5
---- Safely remove a compressor from a system for replacement. : 3.5
---- Safely replace an external electric motor. : 3.5
---- Safely service a refrigeration system with a motor burnout in a hermetic compressor. : 3.5
---- Add refrigerant oil to a refrigerant system using several different methods. : 3.5
---- Safely remove, repair, and install air-cooled and water-cooled condensers. : 3.5
---- Diagnose and repair or replace water valves. : 3.5
---- Perform basic cooling tower maintenance. : 3.5
---- Remove, repair, and install expansion valves. : 3.5
---- Adjust the setting of a thermostatic expansion valve (TXV). : 3.5
---- Diagnose, repair, install, and adjust evaporator pressure regulators (EPRs) and hot-gas valves. : 3.5
---- Remove and replace service valves and solenoid valves. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5






#7580 Commercial and Industrial Designers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7581 Wireless Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Currently there are 10 hour courses that are tailored to telecommunications work. These 10 hour courses are the primary means to be used. However, until such a time as the TIRAP Board is able to work with OSHA to have a new 500 course in place, we will be recognizing a construction-based 10 hour course. Knowledge of wireless site safety is critical in understanding how to perform work on company assets. This course will provide the information and knowledge to ensure a safe work environment. Apprentices will receive a card showing they have completed the course. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Each Apprentice must be trained in the inspection, care and use of PPE for the particular SOW and hazards addressed through their use. While the Apprentice is being trained in PPE inspection, care and use, they are to be under direct supervision of an on-the-job mentor at all times, enabling them to draw on the competencies of the on-the-job mentor as they develop experience in the inspection, care, and proper use of PPE. Examples of PPE used by an Apprentice include: hard hat, proper footwear, eye/face protection, hearing protection, and fall protection equipment. This list is not exclusive or exhaustive as the SOW may require the supervisory, on-the-job mentor to engage other types of engineering controls or safety measures. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- This course is recognized as completed as long as it meets or exceeds the requirements of the American Red Cross or American Heart Association. The Apprentice must achieve certification in accord with at least one of these two programs. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- This course is designed to enable the Apprentice to have an understanding of the RF-related hazards and the ability to understand basic antenna types, RF patterns and potential for exposure. Apprentice(s) will also be trained in the use of a RF meter along with the bands that it is designed to monitor. Testing shall be both a written exam and demonstration of the proper use of an RF monitor. This training shall meet or exceed the requirements of all current Federal Communications Commission-Office of Engineering and Technology (FCC OET) Bulletins with regards to Human Exposure levels. This course will also cover the fundamental science, exposure and protection methods concerning electromagnetic frequency (EMF) and electrostatic discharge (ESD) safety. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- This course is designed to teach basic electrical skills, AC and DC power distribution systems, power safety procedures, generator and battery operations, testing and maintenance. The Apprentice will also learn the fundamentals of Grounding Safety Standard Installation to include general grounding theory, types of grounding, components, surge protection, ground resistance measurements etc. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- A primary goal is that the Apprentice understands the necessity of the project SOW comprehension and the subsequent jobsite hazards the SOW could expose the Apprentice or other crew member to as a part of performing the SOW. Apprentice must be able to communicate the hazards outlined in a JHA and identify the means necessary to abate the hazard and/or PPE use required to protect against these hazards. The Apprentice will also understand company and vendor accident reporting procedures. Proper planning allows for quality work in an efficient manner, and it is through this planning that the Apprentice will be able to ensure safety for themselves as well as the other members of the team. Testing will involve written exams requiring the Apprentice to demonstrate their understanding of the jobsite hazards and appropriate steps to mitigate those hazards. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Telephony fundamentals and telecommunication industry overview :
---- Circuit types, circuit switched and fiber optic networks :
---- General telephony equipment including Digital Signal Cross-Connect (DSX) bays/chassis/panels, Channel Service Units/Data Service Units (CSU/DSU) repeater systems, smart jacks, Bit Error Rate Testers (BERT), etc. :
---- Understanding and knowledge of backhaul technologies and testing procedures :
---- Ability to learn Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) products as technology evolves :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Data communication/transmission fundamentals and industry overview :
---- Networking basics, equipment and LAN/WAN architecture :
---- IP protocol stack, networking fundamentals, IP addressing, mobile IP :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Wireless communication fundamentals and specifics of current and proposed U.S. wireless systems :
---- Elements of radio system design, interference, cell coverage, frequency management and channel assignment :
---- Call processing, propagation loss, multipath fading and methods of reducing fades, error correction requirements and techniques, modulation methods, microcell issues, etc. :
---- Introduction to Long Term Evolution (LTE) and VoLTE (Voice over LTE) Systems :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- The theory of microwave technology and radio systems :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Types of multiplexing including analog, time-division multiplexing (TDM), code division multiple access (CDMA) and others :
---- Operation and maintenance of transmission line pressurization systems :
---- Distributed Antenna System (DAS) fundamentals and components :
---- The Apprentice will learn about the work practices to be used during the operation and maintenance of electric power generation, transmission, and distribution facilities. The standard includes requirements relating to enclosed spaces, hazardous energy control, working near energized parts, grounding for employee protection, work on underground and overhead installations, line-clearance tree trimming, work in substations and generating plants, and other special conditions and equipment unique to the generation, transmission, and distribution of electric energy. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Antenna, base transceiver stations (BTS), DAS/small cell components and associated network elements :
---- Single/multi-mode fiber and coaxial cable to include RF interconnects, cable terminations and fusion splicing :
---- T1/IP cross connects, circuit commissioning/decommissioning, CSU/DSU provisioning :
---- Install, terminate and test RF interconnecting cabling :
---- RF Meter usage :
---- Perform equipment installation inspection, power up, and acceptance testing :
---- Read and understand technical manuals to determine equipment which meets established requirements :
---- Understand electro static discharge (ESD) safety and equipment protection procedures :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Provide daily preventive maintenance of wireless site equipment including small cells, macro sites, DAS systems and Wi-Fi hubs :
---- Perform system testing for network outages and integrity using scanners, spectrum analyzers, and other electronic test equipment :
---- Understand, interpret and calibrate results for test equipment such as T1/IP, power, conductivity and earth ground resistivity meters, and smart clocks/frequency counters :
---- CDMA system functionality (forward, reverse, paging channel , power control, soft hand-off, capacity), call processing and sequencing, message flow, and critical/sub states :
---- CDMA communications system analyzers and testing measurements: carrier feed through, average and channel power, timing and phase, pilot time offset, error vector magnitude (EVM) and RF overlay :
---- Conduct antenna and cable sweep testing and analysis :
---- Maintain and inspect test equipment, tools and supplies for continuous use :
---- Perform scheduled and on-demand maintenance routines :
---- Understand tower lighting system operations and management :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Locate, test, adjust, repair and replace malfunctioning and inoperative equipment :
---- Use troubleshooting techniques to identify, isolate and resolve network anomalies and failures :
---- Use troubleshooting techniques to identify, isolate and resolve hardware/software and air interface malfunctions utilizing multiple test equipment on various products and technologies :
---- Respond to and resolve T1/IP, microwave and network alarms and outages :
---- RF sweep testing and PIM monitoring :
---- Ethernet backhaul testing (IPBH) :
---- Data capture and packet analysis :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Perform general physical security and routine site/grounds inspections :
---- Check and verify environmental settings; report and/or remedy issues :
---- Proactively help to ensure complete physical security of all wireless elements :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Comply with standard operating procedures and policies :
---- Understand and follow safety and escalation procedures :
---- Document and record daily activities and events using BTS logs with accuracy and completeness :
---- Utilize appropriate cell site software/systems to provide and obtain necessary information and reports :
---- Accommodate changes in work schedule (expediting new sites, outages, site integration changes, project delays, etc.) :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- All material must be handled appropriately. Size, weight and structure of materials will require different methods and equipment as appropriate, to handle safely. The Apprentice will also be trained in the proper storage of materials. Due to the remote nature of the work sites it is important that the Apprentice be instructed in the requirements that some materials are weather sensitive, some are prone to theft and some could be blown away and create damage or loss. Transporting materials is a daily consideration in telecommunications so the Apprentice must also learn proper loading and tie down of various types of materials. It is important for the Apprentice to understand and come to competency through on the job experience. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Machinery :
---- Transportation and operation of specific wireless site machinery/equipment :
---- Hand Tools :
---- ESD, diagnostic and testing tools :
---- Ladders :
---- Non-conductive standard, step and extension ladders :
---- Information Systems :
---- Company and vendor asset, network operations and trouble ticketing systems :
New Hours






#7579 Boat Builder (Composite)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 90
---- Apply health and safety in the workplace : 90
---- Demonstrate knowledge of composite in the workplace : 90
New Hours 90
Total Hours 220
---- Select, use, maintain hand tools and portable power tools : 220
---- Operate simple and complex mechanical plant composite equipment : 220
---- Demonstrate knowledge of gelcoat application equipment : 220
New Hours 220
Total Hours 320
---- Communicate effectively with colleagues, management, & customers : 320
---- Describe care and timelines as an employee : 320
---- Manage self and organize others in a team project : 320
---- Make a work schedule for a composite project : 320
---- Demonstrate knowledge of composite project internal control : 320
New Hours 320
Total Hours 60
---- Identify and explain the causes and prevention of material deterioration : 60
---- Demonstrate knowledge of timber and adhesives used in boat building : 60
---- Demonstrate knowledge of composite technology : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 60
---- Apply environmentally sustainable work practices and principles in composite : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 525
---- Perform Measurements and cost calculations for composite projects : 525
---- Produce scale drawings of boat surfaces from corrected offsets : 525
---- Demonstrate knowledge of composite construction drawings and produce freehand sketch : 525
---- Loft a hull and loft full sized decks and superstructures : 525
---- Produce a half-model of a small craft scale : 525
---- Apply Knowledge & application of construction costs & contracts to composite production : 525
---- Interpret and apply assembly drawings : 525
New Hours 525
Total Hours 3835
---- Touch-up and restore gelcoat : 3835
---- Produce composite products using different techniques and processes : 3835
---- Prepare materials and equipment to produce composite products : 3835
---- Produce an open mold from plug or pattern for composites : 3835
---- Repair damaged or faulty composites : 3835
---- Deposit composite materials by spray or chopper gun and prepare fiber reinforced composite for surface coating : 3835
---- Prepare fiber reinforced composite for surface coating : 3835
---- Deposit a polyester gelcoat by hand for composites : 3835
---- Provide for and attach fixtures, Fitting, and fasteners in composites : 3835
---- Install internal & external boat fittings and boat electrical systems : 3835
---- Install exterior boat joinery, modules, components, and boat tankage system : 3835
---- Demonstrate knowledge of electrical & electronic applications in boat building : 3835
---- Demonstrate Knowledge of insulation and install insulation in boats : 3835
---- Lift, support, and move boats and components : 3835
---- Demonstrate Knowledge of adhesives used in composites : 3835
---- Prepare fiber-reinforced composite substrates for surface coatings : 3835
---- Lift, support, and secure large composite components safely : 3835
---- Finish product specification for composites : 3835
---- Produce resin item to finished product specifications for composites : 3835
---- Alter resin rheology with fillers, extenders, and additives for composites : 3835
---- Describe resin infusion and injection processes for composites : 3835
---- Produce composite items using different application techniques : 3835
---- Produce a laminate by vacuum bagging for composites : 3835
---- Describe, install and test plumbing systems : 3835
---- Produce templates or patterns used in boat building : 3835
---- Build boat framework under supervision : 3835
---- Describe and apply filling and fairing technology : 3835
---- Construct interior wooden support structures and cabinetry for boats : 3835
---- Laminate and join timber material used in boat building : 3835
---- Identify boat fittings, fixtures, and fasteners : 3835
---- Produce Plug or pattern and an open mold from plug or pattern for composites : 3835
New Hours 3835

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 80
---- Apply health and safety in the workplace : 80
---- Demonstrate Knowledge of composite in the workplace : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Select, use, maintain hand tools and portable power tools : 80
---- Operate simple and complex mechanical plant composite equipment : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Communicate effectively with colleagues, management, & customers : 80
---- Manage self and organize others in a team project : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 40
---- Demonstrate Knowledge of Composite Technology : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Apply environmentally sustainable work practices and principles in composite : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 80
---- Perform measurements and cost calculations for composite projects : 80
---- Demonstrate knowledge of composite construction drawings and produce freehand sketch : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 120
---- Repair damage or faulty composite items/product : 120
---- Touch up and restore gelcoat : 120
---- Identify boat fittings and fastenings : 120
New Hours 120






#7578 Mechanical Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7576 Electronics Engineers, Except Computer



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7577 Industrial Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7574 Civil Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7575 Computer Hardware Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7571 Shipping, Receiving, and Inventory Clerks



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7572 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7573 Architects, Except Landscape and Naval



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7569 Purchasing Managers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7570 Tutors



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7565 Special Hazards Fire Suppression System Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 900
---- Company Policies : 900
---- Vehicles, Tools and Equipment : 900
---- National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards : 900
---- Basic Plans and Specifications : 900
---- Basic Wiring : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 900
---- Introduction to Safety and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) Sheets : 900
---- Basic First Aid : 900
---- Principles of Combustion : 900
---- Standard Symbols : 900
---- Basics of Codes and Standards : 900
---- Basic Communication Skills : 900
---- Layout Simple Designs : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 900
---- Materials and Components : 900
---- Hazard Analysis : 900
---- Detection Methods - Automatic Fire Detectors : 900
---- Detector Spacing – Automatic Fire Detectors : 900
---- Fundamentals of Fire Extinguishment : 900
---- Extinguishing Agents : 900
---- Cylinder Handling : 900
---- Electrical Code Requirements : 900
---- Basic Fire Alarm Systems : 900
---- Area, Volume and Weight Calculations : 900
New Hours 900

Technical Instruction








#7566 Precision Machinist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Learning names of raw materials and names and use of tools, jigs, fixtures and gauges. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Power and radial drilling, tapping, ream-lapping, counterboring and countersinking, grinding drills, lubricants, cutting, speeds and feeds, safety. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 1500
---- Chucking, use of face plate, mandrel, steady rest and follow rest, centering, straight turning, facing taper, turning with taper attachment, offset tail stock and compound, drilling, reaming. : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1000
---- Plain, vertical and universal. Selection of cutters, methods of holding work, vise, clamps, dividing head, circular table - plain or slab, milling, sawing, boring, fly cutter milling, vertical head, keyway cutting, slotting, spline milling, rack cutting, cutter milling, gear cutting, gang milling, form milling, speeds and feed, lubricants, safety. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 500
---- Methods of holding work, vise, clamps, dividing head, surface and angle cutting, keyway cutting, squaring, dovetailing, speeds and feeds, grinding tools, safety. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 300
---- Safety, selection of grinding wheels, speeds and feeds, mounting wheels, magnetic chuck, dressing wheels, plain or surface grinding, angle grinding, squaring. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 500
---- Safety, mounting wheels, speeds and feeds, dressing wheels, straight, taper, angle face, form and hole grinding. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 600
---- Safety, mounting wheels, setting up indexing attachments, clearance angles for various types of cutters and reamers, setting up for these angles, grinding plain, spiral and end mills, reamers, form cutters. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 100
---- Kinds of steel, S.A.E. classification, how to harden, draw, case and pack harden and anneal, use of pyrometer and color chart, hardness tests, quenching baths, and safety. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 500
---- Filing, scraping, chipping, layout and assembly, use of gauge blocks and dial indicator, vernier height gauge, lapping, tapping and threading, lubricants, inspection, safety. : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction








#7567 Grinder Set‑Up Operator, Jig



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 2000
---- Job orientation and familiarization with company policies : 2000
---- Tool Crib - to acquaint the apprentice with the tools of the trade, different types of steel and their hardening qualities. : 2000
---- Knowledge of the various types of grinding wheels and their specific application, dressing wheels and mounting. : 2000
---- Simple jig grinding assignments following general operating practices. : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 1000
---- Familiarization with jig boring as a means of making the apprentice more versatile. : 1000
---- This training enables the apprentice to learn the speeds, feeds and tool sharpening techniques which are needed to prepare the soft steel pieces which will eventually be jig ground. : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Practical Shop Mathematics :
---- Plane Geometry: common and decimal fractions, percents, ratios, proportions, square, square roots rectangles, circles, and polygons :
---- Problem solving :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Blueprint reading :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Right angle trigonometry :
---- Solid geometry :
---- Oblique triangles :
---- Practical shop problem solving :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Use and application of shop equipment relative to precision machining, including sheet metal work :
---- Study of measurement and the use of shop measuring devices with related math :
New Hours






#7568 Quality Control Inspector



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 160
---- Standard of conduct : 160
---- Safety : 160
---- Organization of mission functions : 160
---- Organizational structure: rules and regulations : 160
---- Orientation to quality assurance functions : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 900
---- Identification requirements : 900
---- Determine equipment : 900
---- Determine sample size : 900
---- "Reporting" cost of quality : 900
---- Contract review for inspection requirements : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 600
---- Blueprint reading : 600
---- Specification interpretation : 600
---- Federal specifications : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 400
---- Control charts : 400
---- Sampling by attributes : 400
---- Sampling by variables : 400
---- Bulk sampling : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 160
---- : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 240
---- Management styles : 240
---- Planning : 240
---- Analysis of situation : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 320
---- Types of packages : 320
---- Printing : 320
---- Bar codes : 320
New Hours 320
Total Hours 460
---- English composition : 460
---- Basic math : 460
New Hours 460
Total Hours 160
---- : 160
New Hours 160

Technical Instruction








#7562 Numerical Control Machine Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 2100
---- : 2100
New Hours 2100
Total Hours 1800
---- : 1800
New Hours 1800
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 350
---- : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 1500
---- : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 350
---- : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 125
---- : 125
New Hours 125
Total Hours 160
---- : 160
New Hours 160

Technical Instruction








#7563 Calibration Laboratory Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1500
---- Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of pressure units and their conversions (100 hours). : 1500
---- Calibrate and repair Bourdon tube, bellows and diaphragm element, and other electro/mechanical pressure sensing devices, including U-tube manometers, dial manometers, simplex gauges, vacuum gauges, compound gauges, differential pressure gauges, depth gauges (submarine), absolute pressure gauges, barometers, altimeters, Pirani gauges, pressure regulators, pressure transducers, pressure switches, cassion gauges (700 hours). : 1500
---- Troubleshoot, repair, and calibrate liquid level indicating systems as follows: closed systems, pneumatic systems, and electrical systems (150 hours). : 1500
---- Operate and maintain pressure calibration standards and equipment: (Calibrate items marked with an asterisk *) pressure panels, standard gauges*, portable calibrators*, absolute pressure calibration systems, quartz gauges, pressure transfer standards, pressure chambers, vacuum chambers, pressure pumps, pressure booster, gauge cleaning systems, fluid separators, and deadweight testers (500 hours). : 1500
---- Perform decontamination of dead-end and bleeder type pressure sensing elements (50 hours). : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1200
---- Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of temperature nits and their conversions (100 hours). : 1200
---- Calibrate and repair direct and indirect reading temperature instruments and temperature actuated switching devices as follows: liquid in glass thermometers, bimahalic thermometers, distant reading thermometers, recording temperature devices, thermocouples, resistance thermometers, pyrometers, temperature switches, temperature controllers (600 hours). : 1200
---- Operate and maintain temperature calibration standards and equipment: (Calibrate items marked with an asterisk*) temperature baths, portable temperature comparators, millivolt potentiometer, resistance thermometer bridge, resistance box, thermocouple simulator*, resistance thermometers*, digital thermometer, digital multimeters (500 hours). : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1200
---- Demonstrate a thorough understanding of dimensional measurement concepts, measuring tools, and basic interferometry (100 hours). : 1200
---- Calibrate dimensional instruments as follows: (Repair items marked with an asterisk *) inside/outside micrometers*, thread micro-meters*, depth micrometers*, thickness (feeler) gauges, dial indicators*, plug gauges, thread plug gauges, bore gauges, master setting plugs, master setting snap gauge, precision levels, beveled protractors, straight edges, vernier height gauges (600 hours). : 1200
---- Operate, employ, and maintain dimensional calibration standards and equipment as follows: (Calibrate items marked with an asterisk *) standard inside micrometer sets*, standard outside micrometer sets*, standard screw thread micrometer sets*, standard depth micrometer gauges*, micrometer maintenance kits, supermicro-meter*, gauge block sets, gauge block maintenance kits, optical glats, monochromatic light, surface plates, dial indicator calibrator*, electronic height gauge*, optic vernier height gauge*, standard bore gauge set*, measuring irons, parallels (500 hours). : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 400
---- Repair and calibrate rotary motion indicating devices as follows: centrifugal tachometers, vibrating reed tachometers, photoelectrical tachometers, chrometric, tachometers, and electric tachometers (300 hours). : 400
---- Operate and maintain rotary motion calibration standards and equipment as follows: tachometer testers, photoelectric pick-off, universal timer counters, speed reducers and increasers (100 hours). : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 200
---- Repair and calibrate flow measuring instruments as follows: positive displacement flow meters, variable area flow meters, laminar flow elements, turbine flow meters, viscometers(100 hours). : 200
---- Operate and maintain flow calibration standards and equipment as follows: portable standard flowmeters, variable area flowmeter standards, rotameter tubes (100 hours). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 600
---- Repair and calibrate torque tools as follows: audible signal torque wrenches, flexible beam torque wrenches, rigid frame torque wrenches, torque watch torque wrenches, torque screw-drivers, pneumatic torque tools (420 hours). : 600
---- Operate and maintain torque standard and equipment as follows: (Calibrate item marked with an asterisk *) torque testers*, torquetester leaders, slotted weight sets, radius arms, torque tool sealant kits (180 hours). : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 200
---- Repair and calibrate humidity indicating instruments as follows: psychrometers, humidigraphs, and dew point indicators (75 hours). : 200
---- Prepare humidity standard solutions with magnesium, sodium, and lithium chloride (50 hours). : 200
---- Operate and employ humidity chambers (75 hours). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Repair and calibrate force indicating instruments as follows: force gauges, lever arm force gauges (100 hours). : 200
---- Operate force calibration standard and equipment as follows: scale dynamometers, force indicators, load cells (100 hours). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 500
---- Utilize, store, and handle free mercury and mercury bearing equipment in accordance with established safety procedures (250 hours). : 500
---- Decontaminate and test equipment/areas which are mercury contaminated (100 hours). : 500
---- Operate and maintain the following mercury decontamination equipment: mercury vapor sniffer/analyzer, mercury vacuum cleaner (100 hours). : 500
---- Prepare mercury neutralizing agents (50 hours). : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 300
---- Calibrate and repair combustible gas indicators utilizing standard gases (100 hours). : 300
---- Calibrate and repair leak detectors S (50 hours). : 300
---- Calibrate hydrometers using standard hydrometers and solutions (1200 hours). : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 1000
---- Utilize the following procedures to design, manufacture, fabricate, or repair parts of measuring instruments and equipment: prepare schematic diagrams and sketches,fabricate special fittings, manufacture special tools, solder wiring and metals, braze metals, harden metals, and temper metals, operate bench grinders, operate drill presses, and operate precision lathes, troubleshoot special DC circuits, troubleshoot DC circuits, troubleshoot DC parallel circuits, troubleshoot AC circuits, and make resistance checks (850 hours). : 1000
---- Utilize ultrasonic and industrial cleaning equipment (140 hours). : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction








#7564 Meteorologist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1500
---- Use of observing equipment: Surface and aviation; Upper Air; Solar radiation : 1500
---- Maintenance of weather and climatological records : 1500
---- Plotting upper air radiosonde observations : 1500
---- Data acquisition : 1500
---- Compute fallout winds : 1500
---- Complete following courses leading to certification: Observing and synoptic courses : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 500
---- Operation of the following equipment : 500
---- Understanding and familiarization with communications systems : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 800
---- Preparation of information releases : 800
---- Service to public -- individual or group : 800
---- Familiarization with climatological records and services : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 1700
---- Writing of terminal forecasts : 1700
---- Writing of area synopses and route forecasts for FAA transcribed weather broadcasts : 1700
---- Plotting and analysis of weather maps and charts : 1700
---- Verification of forecasts : 1700
---- Briefing of pilots and other aviation interests : 1700
---- Assist in map discussions : 1700
---- Take familiarization flights : 1700
New Hours 1700
Total Hours 1000
---- Prepare and issue weather for flood warnings, watches, advisories, and statements : 1000
---- Prepare and issue local, one, and state forecast for two and five day periods : 1000
---- Prepare special forecasts for agriculture, air pollution dispersal, and recreation : 1000
---- Gain understanding of satellite weather systems and interpretation of satellite imagery : 1000
---- Conduct coordination calls with other offices on forecasts, warnings and weather information : 1000
---- Pilot fallout winds : 1000
---- Conduct map discussions : 1000
---- Gain understanding of guidance materials. Prepare guidance material for service offices : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction








#7560 Library Technicians



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7561 Multimedia Producer



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 14
---- What are the components of visual storytelling? Learn to wield the power of sound and color in this introductory course. In this course you will craft engaging stories through basic cinematography, lighting, editing and sound while gaining a conceptual understanding of how these pieces come together to form the rich medium of visual storytelling. : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 24
---- The digital technology of today making shooting video accessible to filmmakers of all levels. This intensive, hands-on video workshop is designed for the beginning videomaker and is an ideal introduction to all phases of production. You will learn the basics of industry-standard video technology and get familiar with the skills you need to make sleek, professional videos. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 16
---- For the first time in history, filmmakers at all skill levels can take advantage of the portability, affordability and cinematic quality provided by today’s high-definition capable DSLR cameras. This course will help you increase your knowledge of production workflows, while increasing your film’s value and professional aesthetic. Gain hands-on training with DSLR cameras and learn how to capture high definition images under the guidance of expert cinematographer instructors. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 8
---- Have you ever worked tirelessly to shoot hours of great footage, only to find yourself unsure of how to put it all together? Get your projects to completion with this Video Post-Production Workflow course, which walks you through each individual phase of organizing, editing and completing your film from start to finish. Get the files onto your computer, name them properly so that you don’t lose them, troubleshoot technical issues along the way and maximize your existing non-linear editing skills. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 24
---- The industry-standard software for non-linear editing in Adobe Premiere. Learn to wield its power and produce high-end editing in this technical course, which will provide you a comprehensive overview of the Premiere Interface and its practical features. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 32
---- The importance of sound quality in visual media cannot be understated. Increase your project’s production value by learning the ropes of audio production. This course provides hands-on training in the basic techniques of recording sound for the camera. Review basic sound theory, practical tips, squashing noise, and troubleshooting. Students will set up interviews and use the most commonly used professional sound equipment in different environments. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 32
---- Sometimes miracles are made possible in audio post-production. This technical course will teach you basic work-flow techniques, how to increase the quality of your audio in post-production, and how to integrate sound design into your work. You will also learn the art of audio clean-up and restoration using tools within Adobe Premiere CC and Adobe Audition CC. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 15
---- Producing digital media, whether projects are large or small, requires an understanding of how a film is organized and the legal aspects surrounding it. This course teaches the standard industry processes for organizing and managing film projects. This includes an in-depth study of the stages of production. Students are taught industry-standard software for breaking down a script, building a budget, and creating a shooting schedule. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 32
---- Today’s high-definition DSLR cameras afford creative producers at all levels the ability to learn to shoot video in an easy, flexible, professional way. This course helps students learn industry-standard video technology. The course (4-day Bootcamp or 8 half days) condenses a semester’s worth of camera-handling knowledge into an intense 32-hour training course. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 15
---- Conceive, produce, direct, edit and output your own short-form project under the supervision of a master filmmaker! Designed for the beginning videomaker, this class is an ideal introduction to all phases of production, with top-notch instruction and personal attention. In this course, you will learn crewing on each others projects. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- The careful choices a cinematographer makes with respect to composition, color, light and texture affect the overall look and mood of visual media. Students explore the impact of the visual language and related topics such as design principles and forces of visual organization. The effects of scene direction and lines of action on the editing process are explored. Students learn cinematic composition, the rule of thirds, spatial relationships and proper framing. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Editing requires a keen understanding of the storytelling process. Study the art of when, where and why we make an edit. This course will explain how to better immerse our viewers into our story, fix problems incurred during production and give our productions a fresh edge. Students learn advanced technical skills from edit styles to the rule of sixes to draw the audience in. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Edit your own short-form project under the supervision of a master editor. Learn through doing about how and why the editor is a technical person as much as they are a collaborative storyteller. In this course you will work with the elements of media to craft a cohesive and engaging project. Learn why cuts work, the rule of six, and when to stop cutting with industry-standard software. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- The digital age, the smartphone revolution, and the explosion of technology resulted in entirely new realms of visual storytelling and media consumption. So how do you create online video content that captures the viewer’s attention in a meaningful way and can be leveraged to raise awareness or build a brand? In this introductory course, you will get a comprehensive overview of the digital video landscape, from social media video content ala AJ+, Buzzfeed, Now This, and Vice to short-form and episodic fiction and nonfiction filmmaking for platforms such as YouTube, Facebook and Vimeo. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- How do you create online video content that captures the viewer’s attention in a meaningful way and can be leveraged to raise awareness or build a brand? Students will use Adobe Premiere and Adobe Premiere Clip to shoot and edit two short videos for the web, using their phones. One social media video will be in the style of online content creators like AJ+, Buzzfeed, Now This, and Vice. The second social media video will focus on platforms designed to raise funds, like Indiegogo and Kickstarter. Participants will edit pre-existing footage in the lab and their own footage in their phones. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Emerging technologies that offer full immersion into another world are being used across industries in real estate, start ups, and event production to create unparalleled connection with characters and spaces. As the technology necessary to make VR, AR, 3D and AI become ever more accessible, learn how best to tell captivating stories in this evolving medium. This workshop is your hands-on crash course to technologies in immersive storytelling. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Conceive of, produce, direct, edit and output your own short-form project using emerging technologies under the supervision of a master producer. In this course, you will choose the storytelling media that will best support the story you want to tell. Using the latest technologies to make VR, AR, 3D and AI, tell your own captivating stories in these evolving mediums. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- To film or not to film? How close to a subject is too close? What happens when a subject doesn’t show up? Do I have permissions to film this? Someone walked into my shot and I don’t have a release form for them, what now? How much crew is too many people? These are questions that documentary filmmakers ask themselves when they are in field documenting reality. In this course, you will receive an overview of everything from documentary filmmaking ethics to the practical and legal considerations you must take into account when filming in the field. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Conducting an interview effectively results in powerful and effective material that can make or break your project. Walk through the various steps for preparing an engaging camera interview from research, pre-production, production to post production. Interview samples will be screened and analyzed to highlight different approaches and do’s and don'ts. Practice interviews will be set up so students have a chance to interview each other and/or be interviewed. Learn best workflow practices, prepare to ask the tough questions, and get your interviewees to share their deepest thoughts and feelings on camera. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Today's entertainment industry presents a rich world of opportunities, but also a new set of challenges. Whether you are a writer, producer, marketer or executive, it is now equally as important to understand content creation techniques, production technologies and distribution platforms as it is to understand how to weave a compelling narrative. This course will provide a broad overview of the current entertainment landscape and where it's headed as well as an in-depth look at the specific tools, companies and technologies shaping today's great content. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Mediamakers and arts organizations are increasingly using quantitative data to develop best practices of audience engagement. In the age of digital distribution, various aspects of audience behavior are being recorded and analyzed. In this course, you will learn to implement best practices and grow audiences, increase engagement, and improve workflows using data. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- This class teaches both the aesthetic, visual concepts and practical techniques used by today’s animation and design professionals. In this course, you will learn the basic concepts and principles behind graphic design and animation for video by constructing well-designed graphics that communicate effectively. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Journalist and investigative reporter Amy Goodman once said, “The role of independent media is to go to where the silence is.” Now more than ever, we count on independent storytellers and investigative documentarians to fill in the gaps of mainstream media and journalism. In this course, learn techniques and skills of investigative non-fiction filmmaking, how to film and document during times of upheaval, and the importance of creative expression and visual storytelling in times of crisis. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Learning to program is no longer just for computer specialists and software developers. Creative coding is a growing field that uses computer software as a medium to develop original creative expression. In this course, you will learn programming through authoring your own creative program and develop practical programming skills by exploring creative ideas and challenges. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Co-creation is defined as the deep, active and equal collaboration between clients, consumers, agencies and experts to solve a problem or need. The marketing world understands the importance of customer feedback and uses methods of co-creation in order to source it. Documentary filmmaker and media creators can benefits from these practices to deepen their creative work with clients and communities. In this course, you will learn how to facilitate mixed teams of clients, agencies and consumers through a range of exercises, from insight generation to idea generation to development, group refinement and prioritization. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Based on feedback from educators, design and video professionals, businesses, and educational institutions around the world, Adobe created a set of teaching objectives that cover entry-level skill expectations for video communication. In this course, you will prep the host of skills that will be assessed on the Video Communication Using Adobe Premiere Pro exam -- an industry-standard certification that will up your level of professionalism. : 15
New Hours 15






#7557 Logistics Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Addresses and explores the principles of business logistics and optimization, utilizing database management systems and software. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Assesses the skills and abilities needed for the processes and activities for sourcing materials necessary for a business to deliver goods and services. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Emphasizes effective business writing and cover letters, memoranda, reports, application letters, and resumes. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the fundamental facets of logistics in supply chain management utilizing a systems approach to: manage activities associated with traffic, logistical support, regulations, transportation, inventory management. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers material designed for career and technical students who need to study particular mathematical topics. Topics include measurement, algebra, geometry, statistics, and graphs. These are presented at an introductory level. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covering fundamental topics such as shop math, assembly, maintenance, machining, inspection, and more, this nationally recognized certification demonstrates that the individual has a basic knowledge of manufacturing and may be an ideal candidate for entry-level manufacturing employment. :
New Hours






#7558 Mechanical Engineering Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduces Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) federal and state regulations, industrial practices, and accident investigation techniques :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers reading and understanding industrial prints. This course covers drafting and print standards, fundamentals of shape description, fundamentals of size description and annotation, industrial drawing types, and specialized parts. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers safety procedures, use of bench tools, layout tools, power saws, drill presses, precision measurement tools, and various hand tools related to the machine shop. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers mathematical material designed for career and technical students. Topics include measurement, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and vectors. These are presented at an introductory level. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the basic skills needed for many careers in electronics and related fields. Covers the operations and applications of basic DC and AC circuits consisting of resistors, capacitors, inductors, transformers and diodes. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covering fundamental topics such as shop math, assembly, maintenance, machining, inspection, and more, this nationally recognized certification demonstrates that the individual has a basic knowledge of manufacturing and may be an ideal candidate for entry-level manufacturing employment. :
New Hours






#7559 Plumber



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1500
---- Soil : 1,500
---- Sewerage : 1500
---- Vent : 1500
---- Leader lines : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1,250
---- Cold water for domestic purposes : 1,250
New Hours 1,250
Total Hours 10
---- : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 2,500
---- Gas fittings : 2,500
---- Plumbing and drainage system : 2,500
New Hours 2,500
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 525
---- : 525
New Hours 525
Total Hours 540
---- : 540
New Hours 540

Technical Instruction








#7554 Commercial Loan Officer



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Focuses on the study of the national economy, emphasizing business cycles and long-run growth trends. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Focuses on the study of individual decision making, emphasizing households, business firms and industry analysis. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Emphasizes effective business writing and cover letters, memoranda, reports, application letters, and resumes. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the application of fundamental business principles to local, national, and international forums. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- This course introduces accounting principles for understanding the theory and logic that underlie procedures and practices for business organizations. :
New Hours






#7555 Junior Coder



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- This course introduces basic computer terminology, file management, and PC system components. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Focuses on a variety of functions and the exploration of their graphs. This course provides essential skills for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) pathways. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Focuses on a general introduction to computer programming. It is centered on basic programming concepts, including control structures, modularization, and data processing. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces students to the discipline of computer science and programming. Algorithm development, data representation, logical expressions, sub-programs and input/output operations are covered. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the application of fundamental business principles to local, national, and international forums. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- C Programming Language Certified Associate (CLA) is a professional certificate that measures your ability to accomplish coding tasks related to the basics of programming in the C programming language :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- IT Fundamentals+ ( ITF+ ) certification from CompTIA is ideal for those considering a career in IT or who work in an allied field that requires a broad understanding of IT. This certification focuses on essential IT skills and knowledge :
New Hours






#7556 CAD Drafter



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduces techniques and common practices of 3D modeling using Sketchup software. Focuses on the creation and editing of virtual three-dimensional forms and volumes. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Focuses on construction of three-dimensional objects using the AutoCAD software. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces basic Inventor applications of non-parametric modeling, three-dimensional parametric modeling and visualization & animation of 3D modeling. The student learns to construct, modify, and manage models. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces parametric feature-based solid modeling 3D concepts to build confidence in 3D thinking and progresses to three-dimensional parameters. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Advanced applications of the 3D software SolidWorks. Management of design data, advanced assembly, analysis of models, documentation materials/parts lists, rendering, animation, and dynamic simulation and testing. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- A Solidworks Certification is proof of your cutting-edge skills in the Solidworks platform. Aside from proving your proficiency with the software, the certification also sets you apart from the rest of the crowd as a highly skilled designer or design engineer. :
New Hours






#7553 Electrical Utility Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 80
---- Demonstrate understanding of workplace structure. : 80
---- Practice working safely around machinery, equipment, and throughout shopfloor. : 80
---- Demonstrate an understanding of electrical power. : 80
---- understand safety needs particular to electricity, especially at high voltages. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 2000
---- Demonstrate satisfactory knowledge of monitored/interconnected systems and how to obtain equipment readings as required per site policies and procedures. : 2000
---- Safely perform electrical switching of plant/yard Power Circuit Breakers (PCBs), switchgear, auxiliary and support equipment, disconnects and switchers, load-break switches, and all associated equipment per policy and procedures. : 2000
---- Recognize and diagnose abnormal operating conditions of the BES and determine the proper corrective actions per appropriate policies and procedures. : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 200
---- Recognize and accurately record protection and control relay diagnostic information. : 200
---- Demonstrate knowledge and ability to correctly reset tripped transmission And distribution system protection relays : 200
---- Accurately identify and record the appropriate readings from revenue metering (if applicable). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 300
---- Independently operate and monitor plant generation unit(s) in accordance with policies and procedures. : 300
---- Independently operate and monitor high voltage (HV) cable system during normal and abnormal operating conditions at the power plant. : 300
---- Independently operate generator auxiliary pumps/plant pumps during normal and abnormal operating conditions in accordance with policies and procedures. : 300
---- Operate all air systems’ air compressors during all modes of plant operations. : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge and ability to operate all plant emergency generators during abnormal operating conditions. : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of proper function and identify when filters require flushing or cleaning. : 300
---- Perform unit inspections for running, shutdown, or standby of units and ensure auxiliary equipment functions as designed. : 300
---- Safely perform switching of units/auxiliary equipment. : 300
---- Properly diagnose alarms when they sound; describe consequences of failure to respond. : 300
---- Inspect day-to-day lighting in facility, and inspect emergency lighting; Perform preventative maintenance (PM) and ensure reliability of lighting. : 300
---- Identify and locate essential Motor Control Centers (MCCs) and switchgear equipment. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 500
---- Perform all general administrative functions during normal and abnormal operations. : 500
---- Demonstrate the knowledge and ability to monitor and perform all reactive power monitoring and control as directed by the Transmission Owner/Generator Operator. : 500
---- Demonstrate knowledge and ability to independently monitor the plant generating units and essential auxiliary support systems using Supervisory Control and : 500
---- Data Acquisition (SCADA) system, generator control system, and Automatic Generator Control (AGC) system. : 500
---- Demonstrate an understanding of water/fuel management at respective site(s). Perform calculations and communicate results to appropriate personnel. Demonstrate an understanding of upper and lower water/fuel levels, and understand the consequences of operating outside limits at respective site(s). : 500
---- Schedule outages to minimize downtime for power availability, and to maximize efficiency. : 500
---- Demonstrate an understanding of transmission line contingencies and Transmission line limits per site policies and procedures. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 300
---- Perform plant operator’s duties per Lock Out/Tag Out (LO/TO) procedure. : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge and proficiency to perform operator actions during blackout conditions; perform “Black Start” operations. : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of emergency action plan. Independently perform emergency action plan (if necessary). : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of proper response to environmental emergency. Respond using formal communication protocol (3-part communication), proper spill or emergency containment according to policies and procedures (if applicable). : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of proper response to a fire condition. Respond to a fire condition (if necessary). : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of terrorist threat identification, and procedure for contacting proper authorities. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrate ability to identify proper use of life safety system during emergency and normal/standby plant operations. : 100
---- Demonstrate proper response to/identification of all applicable plant Evacuation alarms. : 100
New Hours 100

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- Basic Industrial Safety or OSHA 10-Hour General Industry course : 32
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 32
---- Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LO/TO) : 32
---- National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) Arc Flash Training : 32
---- Fall Prevention : 32
---- Proper Lifting Techniques : 32
---- Confined Space Safety : 32
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 32
---- First Aid : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 94
---- Elementary Blueprint Reading and Sketching : 94
---- Blueprint Reading and Sketching for Electricians : 94
---- Electrical Circuit Diagrams : 94
---- Reading Specifications and Technical Manuals : 94
---- Fundamentals of Electricity, Basic and Advanced : 94
---- The Role of Hydroelectric in the Power System : 94
---- Hydro Power Stations : 94
---- Water Management : 94
---- Hydro Turbines : 94
---- Turbine Monitoring & Control : 94
---- Hydro Generators : 94
---- Generator Monitoring & Control : 94
---- Plant Auxiliaries : 94
---- Electrical Equipment Operation : 94
---- Hydroelectric Plant Operation & Maintenance : 94
---- Standard Switching Procedures and Practices : 94
---- Power Plant Science : 94
---- Rotating Plant Equipment (Pumps, Compressors, and Fans) : 94
---- Non-Rotating Equipment (Valves, Heat Exchangers, and Filters & Strainers) : 94
---- Troubleshooting Techniques : 94
---- Motor Control Centers (MCCs) & Switchgear (15Kv and below) : 94
---- Cooling & Lubrication : 94
---- Generator Operations & Control : 94
---- Line Grounding Methods : 94
---- Mechanical Plant Systems : 94
---- Monitoring & Control Communications : 94
---- Instrumentation & Control : 94
---- DC Motors & Generators : 94
---- Transformer Theory : 94
---- AC Generators : 94
---- Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Theory & Operation : 94
---- Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) Power Plant Operations Course : 94
---- Power Transmission (Transmission & Distribution Breakers and Switches, System Voltage Control, and System Frequency & Tie Line Control) : 94
---- System Security : 94
---- Unit Start and Stop : 94
---- New York State Independent System Operator (NYISO) and Transmission System : 94
---- Operator/Generator Operator Policies and Procedures : 94
---- Abnormal Condition Operation : 94
---- Power System Protection, Beginner and Advanced : 94
New Hours 94






#7550 Electrical Discharge Machine (EDM) -Wire and Sinker Programmer/Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1000
---- Reading blueprints and schematic drawings. : 1000
---- Understanding machining concepts/ Understanding manufacturing processes. : 1000
---- Using machining tools, including: drill presses, manual lathes, grinders, manual mills, Computer Numerical Control (CNC) mills, CNC lathes (if available). : 1000
---- Using hand tools and instruments, such as: clamps, allen wrenches, adjustable wrenches, dial indicators, calipers, micrometers, gage blocks, and manual Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 2500
---- Interpreting design drawings (design by others). : 2500
---- Programming specifications using Computer-Aided Design (CAD)/ Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software. : 2500
---- Machining electrodes from raw stock, such as: graphite, copper-coated graphite, various metals. : 2500
---- Calculating number of electrodes needing fashioning based on type of machining job, material(s) being used. : 2500
New Hours 2500
Total Hours 1500
---- Designing fixtures to support workpieces, using machining methods and hand tools when necessary. : 1500
---- Loading CNC-programmed designs into machinery. : 1500
---- Affixing wire electrode spools and threading through guides prior to operation. : 1500
---- Selecting proper wires and guides based on application. : 1500
---- Filling and servicing EDM reservoirs, pumps and filters. : 1500
---- Drilling through-holes to accommodate EDM wire. : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 2500
---- Initiating machining process. : 2500
---- Monitoring workstations while machining is performed. : 2500
---- Interrupting machining to insert/replace used electrodes. : 2500
---- Conducting in-process inspection: Utilizing gage (gauge) blocks; Using micrometers and calipers; Operating Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM); running standard program; Reading instrumentation to check the desired dimensions and tolerances. : 2500
---- Adjusting production process to incorporate changes needed to improve finished product. : 2500
New Hours 2500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 24
---- General Workplace Safety : 24
---- Forklift Safety : 24
---- First Aid & CPR : 24
---- Right-to-Know/Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) : 24
---- Proper Use of All Trade-Related Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 24
---- Bloodborne Pathogens : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 32
---- Reading Blueprints and Schematic Drawings Interpreting Design Drawings : 32
---- Math Fundamentals : 32
---- Estimating : 32
---- Geometric Dimensioning Tolerancing (GDT) : 32
---- Basics of Computer-Aided Design (CAD) : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 64
---- Machining Concepts/ Manufacturing Processes including hands-on instruction : 64
---- Machining Tools, Equipment, and Materials : 64
---- Fixture Design and Manufacturing : 64
---- Metallurgy / Material Science : 64
---- Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Programming Precision Measurement: Tools and Methods: Manual, Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) : 64
New Hours 64






#7552 Power Plant Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1000
---- Condensate pumps : 1000
---- Circulating pumps : 1000
---- Lube-oil : 1000
---- Coolers : 1000
---- Generator air coolers : 1000
---- Air ejectors : 1000
---- Condensers : 1000
---- Low-pressure heaters : 1000
---- Lube-oil filters : 1000
---- Lube-oil purifiers (centrifuge) : 1000
---- Auxiliary oil pumps : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 500
---- Boiler feed pumps : 500
---- High pressure heaters : 500
---- Low pressure heaters : 500
---- Draft fans, open heaters : 500
---- Closed heaters : 500
---- Aerators : 500
---- Miscellaneous pumps, steam and electric driven : 500
---- Air compressors : 500
---- Evaporators : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 1000
---- Tests on raw water : 1000
---- Test boiler water for hard- ness and oxygen content : 1000
---- P and M alkalinity readings : 1000
---- Test for phosphate content : 1000
---- Test for sulphate content : 1000
---- Determine carbonate-sulphate ratio : 1000
---- Test for total chloride content : 1000
---- Determine total solids concentration : 1000
---- Take ph. readings : 1000
---- Determine amount of chemical(s) needed to bring low reading up to predetermined normal : 1000
---- When to blow boilers : 1000
---- Mixing and standardizing/ normalizing testing solutions : 1000
---- Circulating cooling water : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Recognize normal readings on instruments : 1000
---- Steam pressure and vacuum gauges : 1000
---- Oil pressures and temperatures : 1000
---- Condenser vacuum : 1000
---- Barometer : 1000
---- Steam and water flow meters : 1000
---- Prepare turbine and auxiliaries for starting and bringing up to speed : 1000
---- Turbine room safety : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Use and interpret readings on switchboard instruments, watt-hour meters, voltmeters, voltage regulators, power factors, frequency meters, synchroscope : 1000
---- Use of remote-control switches, hand-operated disconnects, oil circuit breakers : 1000
---- Substation layout and switching : 1000
---- Synchronize incoming turbine : 1000
---- Safety in switchboard room : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Use and interpret boiler room instruments, draft gauges, pressure gauges, CO2 indicators, recorders : 1000
---- Proper combustion : 1000
---- Use of super-heaters : 1000
---- Induced and forced draft fans : 1000
---- Boiler feed pumps : 1000
---- Feed water regulators : 1000
---- Safety in boiler room : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction








#7548 CNC Sawyer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace policies, procedures, etc. : 100
---- Describe workplace structure and workflow. : 100
---- Practice working safely around machines and throughout workspace. : 100
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace safety plans. : 100
---- Learn proper body mechanics for work tasks. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 600
---- Develop familiarity with materials, e.g., stone, plastic, wood, and their properties/characteristics. : 600
---- Ready material for use: transport to appropriate shopfloor locations; prep material prior to work operation(s); place materials on work “tables” utilizing appropriate manual and/or mechanical methods. : 600
---- Read and interpret job orders. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 400
---- Demonstrate an understanding of spec sheets and blueprints (if applicable). : 400
---- Learn basics/use Cartesian/rectangular coordinate system. : 400
---- Learn and understand polar coordinate system (if applicable). : 400
---- Learn and understand positioning systems. : 400
---- Learn and understand CNC Codes: g-codes and m-codes. : 400
---- Demonstrate knowledge of CNC program elements: program Safe-start; material removal; and program ending. : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 1000
---- Become familiar with basic components of CNC saws, such as: Machine Control Unit (MCU), or CNC Control Pendant; work table, or “bench”; head or spindle(s); bridge; axis(-es); saw blades. : 1000
---- Enter/input CNC program on MCU; identify parts of program. : 1000
---- Make production runs, including material setup, machine setup, and material removal. : 1000
---- Complete all necessary documentation. : 1000
---- Troubleshoot production issues. : 1000
---- Perform Quality Control (if applicable). : 1000
---- Perform preventive maintenance. : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- General Workplace Safety : 32
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 32
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – MUST comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 32
---- Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LO/TO) : 32
---- First Aid and CPR : 32
New Hours 32






#7546 Narrow Web Flexographic Press Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Learn and practice employer-specific safety protocols : 200
---- Demonstrate proper safety procedures when handling, using, storing and disposing of chemicals used in flexographic printing : 200
---- Acquire basic knowledge of shop equipment, tools and terminology : 200
---- Learn base substrates (e.g. paper, films, liners, base laminations) : 200
---- Understand proper Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LOTO) procedures : 200
---- Demonstrate proper lifting techniques : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 400
---- Understand proper ink technology (Water Base, UV Cure, Solvent, etc.) associated with flexographic printing : 400
---- Load and unload roll stock per procedure : 400
---- Verify accuracy of substrate and footage to the appropriate job : 400
---- Check for damage in transit/printing line (if applicable) : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 400
---- Understand proper color technology, ink variation: ultra-violet vs. water-base, ink adhesion, curing, varnish application and die cutting : 400
---- Examine job orders; verify quantity to be printed, stock specifications, colors, inks, varnish and die cutting, perforation, lineal scoring, etc. special printing instructions : 400
---- Obtain and verify required materials : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 950
---- Obtain or mix inks and fill ink fountains/stations : 950
---- Remove particles of dust or dried ink from plate : 950
---- Understand tension controls, splicing methods and how to adjust : 950
---- Verify that paper/ adhesive varnish meets the specifications for a given job : 950
---- Collect and inspect random samples during print runs to identify any necessary adjustments : 950
---- Demonstrate running solid color, screens/halftones, process- color and multi-color work using pantone matching system (PMS) colors : 950
---- Change press plates, splices, or cylinders as required : 950
New Hours 950
Total Hours 1000
---- Adjust press throughout production run to maintain specific registration and color density : 1000
---- Understand the proper equipment and tools used in the print stations (use of printing plates, rollers, inks) : 1000
---- Demonstrate proper die handling and die maintenance : 1000
---- Demonstrate proper drying and curing of ink and varnish : 1000
---- Adjust bulbs, electron beam, etc. as needed : 1000
---- Become familiar with personal tools and their use on the press line (Allen wrenches, rulers, calculators, hammer, flashlight, magnifying glass) : 1000
---- Monitor printing process on control panel or computer monitor (if available), adjust press manually and/or electronically : 1000
---- Monitor automated press operation and defect detection systems and respond to fault, error, or alert messages : 1000
---- Troubleshoot potential press/print defects and make proper adjustments : 1000
---- Verify strips to appropriate target : 1000
---- Meet and maintain various quality and functionality test requirements (e.g. barcode scanning, tape rub tests, etc.) : 1000
---- Complete all applicable paperwork and electronic functions : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 850
---- Clean ink fountains, plates, or printing unit cylinders (plate and impression cylinders) when press runs are completed : 850
---- Understand how to thoroughly inspect and clean fountain roller, as well as the anilox roller : 850
---- Identify natural wear & tear on doctor blades, along with proper cleaning procedure post-operation : 850
---- Lubricate press : 850
---- Identify and repair minor mechanical malfunctions : 850
---- Perform preventive maintenance on press and auxiliary equipment and record data : 850
New Hours 850

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 24
---- Basic Shop Safety : 24
---- Basic Machine Safety : 24
---- Basic Lock-Out/Tag-Out Procedures : 24
---- Using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 24
---- Safe Handling, Use, Storage and Disposal of All Trade-Related Chemicals and Materials : 24
---- Familiarization with SDS (Right to Know) : 24
---- Local, State and Federal Guidelines Affecting the Printing Industry (if applicable) : 24
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Basic Arithmetic & Measurement : 24
---- Trade Math (including computing percentages, weights and measures; calculating amounts of ink and paper needed to do a job), press count calculations : 24
---- Applications to the Trade : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 72
---- Introduction to the Principles of Mechanics : 72
---- Color Theory : 72
---- Electronics (including proper in-line press equipment, narrow web vs. wide web) : 72
---- Materials of the Trade (Inks, Papers, Film and Various Substrates) : 72
---- Introduction to the Flexographic Printing Process and Associated Equipment : 72
---- Printing Operations : 72
---- Troubleshooting; “bounces & repeats”, registration and other press problems : 72
---- Preventative Maintenance : 72
New Hours 72






#7547 Cabinetmaker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1430
---- : 1430
New Hours 1430
Total Hours 1,625
---- : 1,625
New Hours 1,625
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 750
---- Industry Orientation : 750
---- OSHA 10-Hour : 750
---- First Aid/CPR/AED : 750
---- Hand and Portable tools : 750
---- Math for the Trades : 750
---- Print Reading/Shop Drawings : 750
---- Layout : 750
---- Joinery : 750
---- Diversity Training : 750
---- Green Awareness : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 1200
---- Table Saw : 1200
---- Radial Arm Saw : 1200
---- Band Saw : 1200
---- Miter Saw : 1200
---- Panel Saw : 1200
---- Jointer : 1200
---- Planer : 1200
---- Shaper : 1200
---- Panel Router : 1200
---- Pin Router : 1200
---- Edge Bander : 1200
---- Boring Machines : 1200
---- Case Clamp : 1200
---- Pedestal Grinder : 1200
---- Sanding Machines : 1200
---- Dowel Inserter : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1200
---- Gluing & Clamping, Inserting Dowels : 1200
---- Plastic Laminating : 1200
---- Assembling Standard Casework : 1200
---- Assembling Architectural Cabinets : 1200
---- Assembling Drawers : 1200
---- Sash, Doors & Jambs, and Wainscot : 1200
---- Stairs : 1200
---- Solid Surface Fabrication : 1200
---- Wood Laminating : 1200
---- Building Fitted Shipping Containers : 1200
---- Doors Sub-Assembly : 1200
---- Windows Sub-Assembly : 1200
---- Stairs Sub-Assembly : 1200
---- Louvers Sub-Assembly : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 400
---- Surface Preparation : 400
---- Surface Finishing : 400
---- Finishing Solid Surface : 400
---- Applying Finished Materials : 400
---- Staining & Painting : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 1275
---- Millwork : 1275
---- Casework & Store Fixtures : 1275
---- Windows and Doors : 1275
---- Stairs : 1275
---- Solid Surface Materials : 1275
---- Institutional Fixtures : 1275
---- Spiral Stairs : 1275
---- Glass Products : 1275
---- Metal Moldings & Fitting : 1275
---- Decorative Laminates : 1275
---- Modular and Patented Systems : 1275
---- Custom Exhibits : 1275
---- Pop-up Exhibits : 1275
---- Platforms and Staging : 1275
---- Pipe and Drapes : 1275
---- Table Tops and Skirting : 1275
---- Columns and Bunting : 1275
New Hours 1275






#7544 Centerless Grinder Machinist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace procedures, policies, etc. : 200
---- Describe workplace structure, workflow, and relation of trade to workflow. : 200
---- Practice working safely around machines and throughout shopfloor. : 200
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace safety plans, proper lifting and moving procedures. : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 800
---- Describe grinding process. : 800
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of primary machining equipment, For example: MONZA, Cincinnati, PALMARY centerless grinders. : 800
---- Work with a variety of hand tools, including but not limited to: box wrenches, crescent wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers, allen wrenches, scales, micrometers. : 800
---- Change abrasive wheels using proper rigging techniques. : 800
---- Dispose of spent abrasive wheels per employer protocols. : 800
---- Reinstall proper abrasive wheels. : 800
---- “Dress” and “True” replacement abrasive wheels; use machinists stethosccope, arbors, lubricants (e.g., Never-Seez). : 800
---- Change regulating wheels as needed. : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- General Workplace Safety : 32
---- First Aid & CPR : 32
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 32
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 32
---- Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LO/TO) : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training : 32
New Hours 32






#7545 CNC Tool and Cutter Grinder



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace procedures, policies, etc. : 100
---- Describe workplace structure and workflow. : 100
---- Practice working safely around machines and throughout shopfloor. : 100
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace safety plans. : 100
---- Properly perform physical work tasks. : 100
---- Identify common machining and grinding equipment, such as: CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining centers, CNC grinding machines. Identify manual lathes, mills, drill presses, grinders (if applicable). : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 1500
---- Demonstrate understanding of engineering drawings; explain and describe components, such as: line types, views, symbols, and notations(s), especially tolerances. : 1500
---- Learn and demonstrate an understanding of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD &T). : 1500
---- Develop an understanding of/demonstrate ability to utilize Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software to design cutting tools. : 1500
---- Identify and understand geometric elements of cutting tools (e.g., end mills). : 1500
---- Become familiar with all manner of substrates and coatings. : 1500
---- Use shop math, such as decimals and basic geometry. : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1000
---- Identify CNC grinder parts, especially wheel shapes, abrasive types, workholding pieces. : 1000
---- Operate manual grinders (for example: Astro, Brown & Sharp, and Cincinnati). : 1000
---- Dress and true abrasive wheels and wheel measurement (where applicable). : 1000
---- Work with a variety of hand and inspection tools, such as: screwdrivers, pliers, box wrenches, micrometers, calipers, indicators, comparators. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 100
---- Prepare blanks for grinding using automatic grinders, e.g., Peel/Plunge grinders. : 100
---- Learn CNC grinder controls and software basics, e.g., standard navigation. : 100
---- Operate CNC tool and cutter grinders to grind cutting tools, including transferring programs from PC. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 3800
---- Learn and use various tool and cutter software programs to set-up CNC operation, including simulation. : 3800
---- Pick and dress proper wheels for part(s) to be manufactured. : 3800
---- Set-up and run regrinds for cutting tools (if applicable). : 3800
---- Create engineering drawings of parts to be ground. : 3800
---- Write programs for tool grinding/manufacturing from scratch, including wheel selection, dressing, and measuring. : 3800
---- Run tool and cutter grinder jobs independently and make adjustments. : 3800
New Hours 3800

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- General Workplace Safety : 32
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 32
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 32
---- Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LO/TO) : 32
New Hours 32






#7540 Ironworker Reinforcing Concrete



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1200
---- Oxyacetylene welding : 1200
---- Shielded metal arc welding : 1200
---- Flux core arc welding : 1200
---- Gas tungsten arc welding : 1200
---- Structure and types of metals and welding materials : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1200
---- Rigging with fiber line : 1200
---- Rigging with wire rope : 1200
---- Rigging with chains : 1200
---- Using rigging hardware : 1200
---- Reeving : 1200
---- Rigging with slings : 1200
---- Specialized rigging : 1200
---- Miscellaneous rigging equipment : 1200
---- Material handling power equipment : 1200
---- Loading and unloading trucks : 1200
---- Lattice boom crane : 1200
---- Tower crane : 1200
---- Kangaroo crane : 1200
---- Derricks : 1200
---- Chicago boom : 1200
---- Overhead crane : 1200
---- Gantry crane : 1200
---- Crane communications : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1600
---- Principles and theories of pre-stressed concrete : 1600
---- Principles and theories of post-tensioning : 1600
---- Components of post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Components of stressing equipment : 1600
---- Tools and equipment used to install, stress, grout, and finish post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Unloading, handling and storage of post-tensioning components : 1600
---- Layout and installation of single strand unbonded post-tensioning systems and components : 1600
---- Preparation, stressing and finishing of single strand unbonded post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Components and special requirements for encapsulated systems : 1600
---- Layout and installation of multi-strand post-tensioning systems and components : 1600
---- Preparation, stressing and finishing of multi-strand post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Layout and installation of bar post-tensioning systems and components : 1600
---- Preparation, stressing and finishing of bar post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Grouting of bonded post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Installation, stressing and finishing of post-tensioned barrier cable systems : 1600
---- Troubleshooting and repair of post-tensioning systems and equipment on the job : 1600
New Hours 1600

Technical Instruction








#7541 Architectural and Ornamental Ironworker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1200
---- Oxyacetylene welding : 1200
---- Shielded metal arc welding : 1200
---- Flux core arc welding : 1200
---- Gas tungsten arc welding : 1200
---- Structure and types of metals and welding materials : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1200
---- Rigging with fiber line : 1200
---- Rigging with wire rope : 1200
---- Rigging with chains : 1200
---- Using rigging hardware : 1200
---- Reeving : 1200
---- Rigging with slings : 1200
---- Specialized rigging : 1200
---- Miscellaneous rigging equipment : 1200
---- Material handling power equipment : 1200
---- Loading and unloading trucks : 1200
---- Lattice boom crane : 1200
---- Tower crane : 1200
---- Kangaroo crane : 1200
---- Derricks : 1200
---- Chicago boom : 1200
---- Overhead crane : 1200
---- Gantry crane : 1200
---- Crane communications : 1200
New Hours 1200

Technical Instruction








#7542 Motor Boat Mechanic



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Use and care of equipment : 500
---- Shop safety : 500
---- Use and care of hand power tools : 500
---- Use and care of instruction manuals : 500
---- Basic boat electrical system : 500
---- Marine Pumps : 500
---- Compressors : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 900
---- Alternators : 900
---- Generators : 900
---- Troubleshooting: methods of diagnosis; service and repair : 900
---- Ignitions: troubleshooting; service and repair : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 2700
---- Oil and lubrication : 2700
---- Theory of basic engine ½ H.P. to 300 H.P. : 2700
---- Service and repair (all types of power heads, ½ H.P. to 300 H.P.) : 2700
---- Carburetor : 2700
---- Propeller : 2700
New Hours 2700
Total Hours 300
---- Bushing : 300
---- Boring : 300
---- Grinding : 300
---- Thread cutting : 300
New Hours 300

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Math :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Blueprint Reading :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Customer Relations :
---- Technical Writing :
New Hours






#7543 Marine Services Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 150
---- Learn and practice employer-specific safety protocols. : 150
---- Wear clothing suitable for marine/at-sea environments. : 150
---- Learn basic seamanship theory and nautical terminology. : 150
---- Describe preparations for possible maritime emergencies, such as: sinking at sea, recovery of “man” overboard, fire, preparing for rough weather. : 150
---- Learn visual distress signals, e.g., hand-held flares, signal mirrors, flames, and smoke on deck. : 150
---- Become familiar with Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRBs). : 150
---- Demonstrate Heat Escape Lessening Posture (H.E.L.P.) and describe its role in delaying hypothermia. : 150
---- Demonstrate donning, maintaining, and storing an immersion Suit. : 150
---- Describe steps to follow in event of a vessel sinking and abandoning a vessel. : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 1000
---- Identify and explain basic components of vessel systems: propulsion; steering; fuel; bilge; AC electrical; DC electrical; cooling; heating; hydraulic. : 1000
---- Demonstrate understanding of inspection schedule. : 1000
---- Learn to handle a vessel by understanding maritime theory and fundamentals, such as: Effect of wind and current; Propeller design and effect of propeller return; Rudder design and function; Vessel response to rudder; Close quarters turning; Dock line identification and handling; Landing and getting underway from a pier (with current, too); Twin screw theory; and Steering a compass course. : 1000
---- Learn, diagram, and demonstrate elements of towing: astern and alongside. : 1000
---- Write a Float Plan. : 1000
---- Prepare a (mock) medical assistance form. : 1000
---- Know procedure used to facilitate a helicopter evacuation. : 1000
---- Demonstrate procedure for receiving and operating a helo-dropped United States Coast Guard (USCG) dewatering pump. : 1000
---- Diagram typical USCG search patterns. : 1000
---- Learn and employ (when necessary) all manner of meteorologic Concepts, such as: clouds; barometers, weather symbols and maps; National Weather Service (NWS) forecasts; weather events, e.g., thunderstorms, lightning, hurricanes. : 1000
---- Define terms related to a vessel’s stability and loss of stability. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn and demonstrate safe working practices around a marina. : 1000
---- Wear appropriate wet weather and cold weather gear. : 1000
---- Learn procedures used to maximize marina revenue and marina upland storage yard capacity; measure space needed to store a boat using a travel lift. : 1000
---- Demonstrate blocking technique for various sizes of vessels. : 1000
---- Learn and demonstrate proper hand signals for travel lift and forklift operations. : 1000
---- Lift, move, and block a boat using the travel lift, and a forklift. : 1000
---- Maintain a floating dock. : 1000
---- Tie up vessels of various sizes. : 1000
---- Properly maintain marina’s buildings, docks, and equipment. : 1000
---- Prepare marina for storms. : 1000
---- Learn and employ marina security processes. : 1000
---- Demonstrate trailer operations, such as: securing a trailer, securing a boat to the trailer, etc. : 1000
---- Pressure wash boat bottom(s). : 1000
---- Prepare and paint boat bottom(s), using a paint sprayer and wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). : 1000
---- Clean, wax, apply and remove compound from boat hull(s). : 1000
---- Shrink wrap boats; perform all winterizing activities. : 1000
---- Step or un-step a sailboat mast assembly. : 1000
---- Write up service orders; use work order program (if applicable). : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn to use a mariner’s compass. : 1000
---- Learn and describe basic navigational aids: Buoys: International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation And Lighthouse Authorities (IALA) and Uniform State Waterway Marking System (USWMS); Lights; Day beacons; Primary and secondary seacoast lights; Fog signals; and Range markers. : 1000
---- Learn, describe, and use knowledge regarding tides, such as: tide tables, tidal current tables. : 1000
---- Demonstrate use of a Coast Pilot, : 1000
---- Use chart catalogues, light lists, and Local Notice(s) to Mariners to aid navigation. : 1000
---- Learn to read nautical charts in detail. : 1000
---- Learn and employ basic piloting procedures, including course, heading, speed, and distance. : 1000
---- Employ dead reckoning to establish vessel location (position). : 1000
---- Learn and use all manner of electrical and manual tactics to determine vessel position. : 1000
---- Construct and follow a “cruise plan”. : 1000
---- Communicate lifesaving procedures and plan to passengers (if applicable). : 1000
---- Demonstrate ability to don appropriate Personal Flotation Devices (PFDs). : 1000
---- Learn and tie common knots. : 1000
---- Describe and demonstrate different anchoring methods. : 1000
---- Handle a small boat. : 1000
---- Learn and use Convention on the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea (COLREGS) for both inland and inter- national vessel traffic. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn principles of internal combustion gasoline engines and diesel engines. : 1000
---- Identify engine components. : 1000
---- Differentiate between four-stroke and two-stroke principles and operation. : 1000
---- Learn principles and components of starting systems, ignition systems, fuel systems, and propeller performance. : 1000
---- Diagnose and troubleshoot propulsion system issues utilizing Hand tools, including but not limited to: wrenches, mechanics’ tools, torque wrenches, computerized testers, and engine-specific “special tools”. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn basic electrical theory, including current, circuits, and marine batteries. : 1000
---- Learn American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) specifications And USCG rules regarding marine wiring. : 1000
---- Use various electricians’ tools, such as: pliers, crimpers, strippers, multimeters, etc., to make connections, repairs, and troubleshoot electrical issues. : 1000
---- Work on various electrical components on vessel(s), e.g., lights, bilge pump, bilge ventilator. : 1000
---- Work on marine engine and engine mounted electrical components. : 1000
---- Learn gauge terminology, gauge functions, and troubleshoot gauges. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Become familiar with various marine electronic components, including but not limited to: VHF/FM radiotelephones, Single Sideboard Radios (SSBs), radar, Global Positioning Systems (GPS), and EPIRBs. : 1000
---- Operate and troubleshoot electronic components. : 1000
---- Learn, use, and reference National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) Standards while working with vessel electronics. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Use plumber and pipefitter tools and skills to perform pipe and tubing work commonly found on boats. : 1000
---- Use various hand tools, such as saws, sanders, grinders, to make repairs to fiberglass hulls. : 1000
---- Learn components of vessel hydraulic system(s); troubleshoot and perform repairs. : 1000
---- Learn components of refrigeration system(s); perform diagnostic testing and troubleshoot system(s). : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn metal components of vessel hulls. : 1000
---- Wear appropriate welding-specific PPE. : 1000
---- Set up and operate oxy-acetylene welding equipment: prepare joints, braze, weld joints, cut steel plate(s). : 1000
---- Set up, operate, and test welds performed using Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW or “stick”); Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW or “MIG”); Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW or “TIG”). : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- General Workplace Safety and Emergency Procedures : 32
---- First Aid & CPR : 32
---- Proper Use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Marine environments, Spray Painting, Welding : 32
---- Maritime Emergency Procedures : 32
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 32
---- Proper Lifting Techniques : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 32
New Hours 32






#7539 Structural Metal Fabricator and Fitter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 375
---- Set-up SMAW equipment : 375
---- Evaluate the quality of a SMAW weld : 375
---- Run a stringer bead : 375
---- Perform a butt joint (square) in the four basic positions : 375
---- Perform a butt/groove weld in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 375
---- Perform a lap weld in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 375
---- Perform a t-joint/fillet in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 375
---- Perform a corner joint in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 375
---- Perform an edge joint in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 375
New Hours 375
Total Hours 750
---- Set-up GTAW equipment : 750
---- Evaluate the quality of a GTAW weld : 750
---- Perform a butt/groove weld in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 750
---- Perform a lap weld in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 750
---- Perform a t-joint in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 750
---- Perform a corner joint in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 750
---- Perform an edge joint in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 390
---- Set-up OFC equipment : 390
---- Perform oxyfuel cutting : 390
---- Perform oxyfuel welding : 390
---- Perform oxyfuel brazing : 390
New Hours 390
Total Hours 1500
---- Set-up GMAW equipment : 1500
---- Perform a butt/groove weld in the appropriate position for short arc and/or pulse spray : 1500
---- Perform a lap weld in the appropriate position for short arc and/or pulse spray : 1500
---- Perform a t-joint in the appropriate position for short arc and/or pulse spray : 1500
---- Perform a butt/groove weld in the flat or horizontal position using globular or spray method : 1500
---- Perform a lap weld in the flat or horizontal position using globular or spray method : 1500
---- Perform a t-joint weld in the flat or horizontal position using globular or spray method : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 188
---- Identify types of fiber rope : 188
---- Demonstrate coiling and uncoiling techniques : 188
---- Whip the end of a line : 188
---- Inspect fiber rope : 188
---- Splice fiber rope : 188
---- Demonstrate the ability to tie various types of knots with fiber rope : 188
---- Reeve rope falls : 188
---- Identify types of wire ropes : 188
---- Inspect wire ropes : 188
---- Attach end fittings to wire rope : 188
---- Identify rigging hardware : 188
---- Demonstrate the use of a single choker hitch : 188
---- Demonstrate the use of a double wrap choker hitch : 188
---- Demonstrate the use of a single basket hitch : 188
---- Demonstrate the use of a double wrap basket hitch : 188
---- Inspect and use chains : 188
---- Use an overhead crane : 188
---- Use a jack : 188
---- Use a roller : 188
---- Use a pulling device : 188
---- Operate a fork lift : 188
---- Demonstrate crane signals : 188
New Hours 188
Total Hours 1,125
---- Hand tools : 1,125
---- Measuring devices : 1,125
---- Precision measuring instruments : 1,125
---- Shears : 1,125
---- Punch press : 1,125
---- Drill press : 1,125
---- Grinders : 1,125
---- Bending brakes : 1,125
---- Saws : 1,125
---- Beam drilling line : 1,125
---- Beam punch line : 1,125
---- Plate drilling machine : 1,125
---- Plate cutting machine : 1,125
---- Brakes : 1,125
---- Rolls : 1,125
---- Ironworker : 1,125
New Hours 1,125

Technical Instruction








#7536 Teller (Financial)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- Verify and certify customer deposits : 300
---- Place holds on checks, if necessary under Regulations : 300
---- Learn endorsement standards : 300
---- Operate Calculator, Check Protector : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Cash withdrawals from savings – verify proper identification and verify funds are available : 300
---- Change orders-prepare money : 300
---- Cash advances-acquire proper identification from customer and acquire authorization from credit card company : 300
---- Cashed checks-verify proper identification and ascertain possibility of check being returned, get proper identification from supervisor : 300
---- Operate Calculator, Check Protector, computer, and Photocopier : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Make sure funds are collected or available: : 300
---- Personal money orders : 300
---- Bank money orders : 300
---- Cashier checks : 300
---- Travelers Check : 300
---- Operate Calculator, Check Protector, Computer, Typewriter : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Verifying that debits match credits (vice versa) for each transaction : 300
---- Reconciling system totals to cash totals : 300
---- Count cash drawer : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 100
---- Maintain clean and organized area : 100
---- Bait money, dye pack, or other security devices : 100
---- Knowledge of alarm system : 100
---- Robbery procedures : 100
---- Fraud-be aware of check kiting processes and check fraud (also includes internal fraud) : 100
---- Operate Calculator, Check Protector, Computer, Typewriter : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 500
---- Initial two weeks of training unless previous experience is acceptable : 500
---- Regular monthly meeting : 500
---- Bank Secrecy Act training annually : 500
---- Security training : 500
---- Operate Check Protector, Computer : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction








#7537 Locksmith



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 4000
---- Identifying and understanding components and functions of various lock types, including but not limited to: deadbolts, knob locks, lever handle locks, cam locks, mortise locks, interchangeable core cylinders, furniture locks. : 4000
---- Fabricating keys using tools such as: manual key cutters, automatic key cutters, and grinders. Using appropriate key blanks. : 4000
---- Using hand tools to assemble and disassemble locks. : 4000
---- Learning and utilizing key control software (e.g., BEST Access Systems) for re-keying and lock-changing work. : 4000
---- Setting pins in lock cores. : 4000
---- Inventorying keys. Labeling and assigning masters and sub- masters (and any additional key progression if applicable). Collecting, storing, and reassigning keys for use. : 4000
---- Managing and completing work orders. : 4000
---- Fitting keys to locks to ensure quality control. : 4000
New Hours 4000
Total Hours 3500
---- “Changing out” locks. : 3500
---- Picking locks. : 3500
---- Re-installing, maintaining, and repairing various kinds of locks. : 3500
---- Repairing and maintaining components and functionality of keyless entry systems (if applicable), excluding software troubleshooting. : 3500
---- Reading blueprints, specs, and installation instructions. : 3500
---- Performing carpentry work pertinent to locksmithing. : 3500
New Hours 3500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 44
---- General Workplace Safety : 44
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 44
---- Asbestos Awareness (see Attachment to Appendix B) : 44
---- Proper Use of All Trade-Related Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 44
---- First Aid & CPR (minimum of 6.5 hours every 3 years) : 44
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (minimum 3 hours) : 44
New Hours 44






#7538 Insulation & Asbestos Worker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Trowel, brushes, knives, scissors, saws, pliers, tape measure, stapling gun, caulking gun. Power saw, welding machine, compressor. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Staging. Erecting and safe use of ladders. Assembling, dismantling, and safe use of scaffolding. Handling and hoisting insulating materials. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 2,000
---- Reading blueprints and specifications. Selection of appropriate type of insulating material including: fiberglass, foam, cellulose, rock wool, etc. Measurement, layout and cutting of material for both straight and curved surfaces. : 2,000
New Hours 2,000
Total Hours 2,000
---- Use of glues and adhesives. Pin and tack welding. Wire mesh and corner bead. Spraying, wiring, taping, stapling, blowing-in loose-fill insulation. : 2,000
New Hours 2,000
Total Hours 1,800
---- Uses of, and methods of applying, aluminum, sheetmetal, plastic, canvas, tape, sealants, asphalt mastic. Cementing or banding cover in place. Screwing on sheetmetal covering. : 1,800
New Hours 1,800
Total Hours 200
---- Selection and application of appropriate endothermic materials to all penetrations through fire-rated walls, floors, assemblies. : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 250
---- If in keeping with prevailing area practices. : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 250
---- If in keeping with prevailing area practices. : 250
New Hours 250

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- General construction site safety : 32
---- OSHA 10-Hour Construction Course : 32
---- Personal protective equipment : 32
---- Safe and proper use of respirator(s) : 32
---- Use of decontamination shower : 32
---- Ladder safety : 32
---- Scaffold safety : 32
---- Asbestos Safety : 32
---- Lead safety : 32
---- Awareness : 32
---- Abatement : 32
---- Mold remediation : 32
---- General environmental remediation : 32
---- All applicable OSHA and EPA regulations, standards, rules : 32
---- First aid/CPR : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 18
---- Fundamentals : 18
---- Trade math (including measurement, practical algebra, and geometric construction) : 18
---- Estimating : 18
---- Basic account keeping (time and materials) : 18
New Hours 18
Total Hours 18
---- Reading blueprints for the building trades : 18
---- Reading specifications : 18
---- Reading codes : 18
New Hours 18
Total Hours 32
---- Basic building construction : 32
---- Principles of heat transfer : 32
---- Use and care of hand and power tools : 32
---- Use and care of machines and equipment : 32
---- Insulation requirements and characteristics of materials used in: Plumbing, heating and air conditioning systems Industrial, process, and power plant systems Refrigeration systems : 32
---- Fundamental insulation skills: Buildings, Piping, of all temperature ranges Vats, tanks, and vessels (commercial) Ducts and plenum chambers, Heating and air conditioning equipment Underground equipment, Application of protective coatings and coverings , Loose-fill and foam : 32
---- Shop fabrication: Layout and patternmaking, Construction : 32
---- Industrial insulation applications: Industrial boilers and related piping and equipment, Turbines and related piping and equipment, Industrial tanks, vessels, and towers, Industrial piping, Refrigeration systems, Cryogenics, Other : 32
---- Firestop penetration work : 32
---- Specialty areas: Nuclear power generating equipment (optional), Marine systems and equipment (optional), Sound attenuation (optional), Spraying foam : 32
New Hours 32






#7534 Early Childhood Educator



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7535 Office Manager/Administrative Services



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- Prioritize work assignments : 400
---- Choose appropriate software and format/type letters, memos, reports, tables, business forms, financial documents : 400
---- Proofread and edit documents using automatic software features : 400
---- Backup, retrieve/delete, files, save/name/print documents/envelopes and lists/forms : 400
---- Merge mailing lists/forms : 400
---- Design and /or type newsletter, announcement and brochure : 400
---- Import graphics/data : 400
---- Create and/or manage databases : 400
---- Create and/or manage spreadsheets : 400
---- Use macros : 400
---- Type agendas, meeting minutes, legal documents : 400
---- Use boilerplate materials : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 400
---- Prepare file folders and labels (color coding) : 400
---- File four basic filing methods and retrieve information : 400
---- Prepare cross-references for filing documents : 400
---- Use a tickler follow up file : 400
---- Maintain contents of files : 400
---- Follow retention/transfer/purge/destroy procedures for files : 400
---- Apply computer conventions for filing : 400
---- Use/prepare PC directories : 400
---- Establish subject filing master index : 400
---- Select filing supplies and storage equipment : 400
---- Use pending, reading and suspense files : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 400
---- Greet visitors professionally : 400
---- Maintain visitor records : 400
---- Make/take/transfer calls using correct telephone techniques : 400
---- Take accurate messages : 400
---- Handle people/customers professionally : 400
---- Make/cancel appointments : 400
---- Use a telephone directory : 400
---- Contact appropriate associates : 400
---- Coordinate schedule/meetings/projects/conferences : 400
---- Take meeting minutes : 400
---- Make meeting minutes : 400
---- Make travel arrangements/itineraries : 400
---- Read maps, recognize time zones : 400
---- Make photocopies, assemble/collate/staple documents : 400
---- Maintain photocopiers : 400
---- Maintain office supply inventory and order office supplies using purchase orders : 400
---- Use reference and instruction manuals : 400
---- Use electronic dictionaries, thesauruses : 400
---- Set priorities, manage time, arrange workstations : 400
---- Display supervision skills : 400
---- Complete expense reports and forms : 400
---- Portray a good company image : 400
---- Follow safety practices : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 300
---- Speak and write clearly and concisely : 300
---- Use appropriate grammar : 300
---- Ask questions clearly : 300
---- Use positive tone of voice : 300
---- Follow directions (oral and written) : 300
---- Give clear instructions : 300
---- Demonstrate ability to present information orally : 300
---- Exhibit good listening skills : 300
---- Demonstrate ability to use shorthand/speedwriting/note taking : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Perform mathematical computations (interest, percentage, discounts and averages) : 300
---- Use accounting software : 300
---- Demonstrate 10 key calculation skills by touch : 300
---- Post from journals to ledgers : 300
---- Use steps to locate errors in accounting : 300
---- Demonstrate ability to make monetary change : 300
---- Prepare payrolls data : 300
---- Handle accounts receivable/accounts payable /cash receipts : 300
---- Prepare bank deposit, reconcile bank statements : 300
---- Compute petty cash totals : 300
---- Prepare invoices : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 100
---- Use a postage machine : 100
---- Process incoming/outgoing/interoffice mail : 100
---- Maintain mail registers : 100
---- Process faxes : 100
---- Prepare E-mail messages : 100
---- Send E-mail messages : 100
---- Use a zip code directory : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrate punctuality/dependability/flexibility : 100
---- Demonstrate positive attitude/ethics : 100
---- Demonstrate teamwork skills : 100
---- Demonstrate ability to work with all types of people in a diverse workplace : 100
---- Demonstrate awareness of cultural diversity : 100
---- Demonstrate critical thinking/problem solving skills : 100
---- Demonstrate resume writing and interviewing skills : 100
---- Follow line of authority : 100
---- Supervise/train office workers : 100
---- Delegate work : 100
---- Handle multiple responsibilities : 100
---- Demonstrate cost consciousness : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 300
---- Use calculator or adding machines efficiently : 300
---- Demonstrate familiarity with basic computer terminology : 300
---- Use/create spreadsheets and databases for compilation of a source data : 300
---- Use accounting payroll software applications : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Prepare billing invoices check for accuracy : 300
---- Verify record, and post customer/client transactions : 300
---- Maintain aging of accounts receivables ,i.e. 30, 60, 90, 180 days : 300
---- Adjust/apply finance charges when necessary. : 300
---- Send overdue notice : 300
---- Generate outstanding accounts receivable listing : 300
---- Run monthly billing cycles : 300
---- Supplement computerized processed with paper trail i.e., maintain accounts receivable filing : 300
---- Purge uncollectible and send to collection : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Verify record and post all payable into current system : 300
---- Prepare, record and organize purchasing documents, i.e. purchase order invoices warranty information etc. : 300
---- Maintain monthly accounts payable/disbursements listing : 300
---- Prepare disbursement check and record payable information in appropriate check register : 300
---- Prepare 1099 tax reports where applicable : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Complete check registers manually or electronically : 300
---- Prepare deposit slips, prove to receipt reports : 300
---- Maintain and update checking, saving and money : 300
---- Market accounts : 300
---- Reconcile various bank statements : 300
---- Prepare outstanding check lists : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Demonstrate understanding of the processes and function of time cards, payroll registers, payroll earning forms : 300
---- Verify and record information for w-4 forms into employee data : 300
---- Calculate employee earnings based on hourly time records or based on annual salary : 300
---- Enter data into current payroll system : 300
---- Complete payroll data for in hours/outsourced payroll check generation : 300
---- Calculate process payroll taxes through bank deposits and/or EFTPS : 300
---- Prepare monthly, quarterly, and annual state and federal payroll reports, i.e. withholding employment disability etc. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 200
---- Demonstrate ability to take physical and perpetual inventory : 200
---- Compare inventories to locate shrinkage or shortage, prepare comparison report : 200
---- Maintain inventory data base and reports : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 64
---- Office Management : 64
---- Secretarial Duties : 64
---- Time Management : 64
---- File Management : 64
---- Record Keeping : 64
---- Supply Inventory : 64
New Hours 64
Total Hours 64
---- Team Building Skills : 64
---- Conflict Resolution : 64
---- Training the Adult Learner : 64
---- Diversity Training : 64
---- Sensitivity Training : 64
New Hours 64
Total Hours 16
---- Computer Application : 16
---- Creating, editing and proofreading word processing documents : 16
---- Returning data : 16
---- Creating spreadsheets, databases and documents : 16
---- Developing graphics and importing to text : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 68
---- Interpersonal/Employability Skills : 68
---- Communication Skills : 68
---- Organization Skills : 68
---- Personnel procedures : 68
---- Management responsibility : 68
New Hours 68
Total Hours 68
---- Theory of Accounting Cycle : 68
---- Payroll : 68
---- Banking procedures : 68
---- Journal and Ledgers : 68
New Hours 68






#7533 Geothermal and Well Drilling Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1980
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 1980
---- Operate using the controls, their importance in proper operation, and movement of machine for safety of other employees, drilling around underground utilities, working the proper distance from overhead power lines, and other equipment working near machine. : 1980
---- Apply technical knowledge and assist during major overhauls while working with the operator, heavy duty repairperson, and welder. : 1980
---- Auguring: Both with solid flight augers and hollow stem augers. : 1980
---- “Direct” Mud Rotary: Using both polymer and bentonite based fluids, filtration control, and the use of additives to solve down hole problems. : 1980
---- Air Rotary: Using air, mist, foam, and “stiff foam” to overcome hole stabilization problems when using air in “non-cohesive” soils. : 1980
---- Reverse Rotary: Air lift and vacuum lift using both polymer and bentonite based fluids to stabilize the hole during “flooded hole drilling.” : 1980
---- Direct push: With the installation of monitoring wells and environmental procedures for collection and equipment decontamination. : 1980
---- Cable Tool: Advance holes and casing using drill stem percussion to break up and stir formation into a solution to be bailed out of the hole. : 1980
---- Sonic: Drill and sample holes using vibration of varying hertz imparted on a casing used as a drill stem to break up and liquefy the formation while the casing protects form formation collapse. : 1980
---- Dual rotary: Two rotary heads are employed to drill and case the hole at the same time. The top head drive is used to advance the drill rods and bit while the bottom drive advances the casing with the bit thru the overburden. Once the overburden is cased the top drive operates the same as on a conventional rig. : 1980
New Hours 1980
Total Hours 330
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 330
---- Operate using the controls, their importance in proper operation, and movement of machine for safety of other employees, digging underground utilities, working the proper distance from overhead power lines, and other equipment working near machine. : 330
---- Perform the movement of heavy drill collars, tooling, as well as digging mud pits and providing drainage to slurry pits. : 330
---- Apply technical knowledge and assist during major overhauls while working with the operator, heavy duty repairperson, and welder. : 330
New Hours 330
Total Hours 330
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 330
---- Operate on the different types of work assigned the dozer from rough excavation to finish work. : 330
---- Perform the movement of heavy drill collars, tooling, as well as digging mud pits and providing drainage to slurry pits. : 330
---- Assist in making minor adjustments and repairs and work with the mechanic on major repairs. : 330
New Hours 330
Total Hours 180
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 180
---- Operate on the different types of work assigned the dozer from rough excavation to finish work. : 180
---- Perform the movement of heavy drill collars, tooling, as well as digging mud pits and providing drainage to slurry pits. : 180
---- Assist in making minor adjustments and repairs and work with the mechanic on major repairs. : 180
New Hours 180
Total Hours 150
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 150
---- Operate on the different types of work assigned the dozer from pioneer and rough excavation to finish work. : 150
---- Assist in making minor adjustments and repairs and work with the mechanic on major repairs. : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 230
---- Drive a truck mounted drill. : 230
---- Study the Federal Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) laws and obtain a CDL license. : 230
New Hours 230
Total Hours 296
---- Use instruments and read plans for making grades. : 296
---- Read and set grade stakes as well as read plans and instructions. : 296
---- Read boring plans for layout. : 296
New Hours 296
Total Hours 152
---- Perform proper description of soils and logging. : 152
---- Principles and methods of soil collection. : 152
---- Record geological : 152
New Hours 152
Total Hours 200
---- Operate, service, and adjust all types of pumps. : 200
---- Assist in installing, operating, and maintaining well-point systems. : 200
---- Operate, service, and adjust all types of electric generating plants. : 200
---- Operate, service, and adjust all other types of equipment. : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 20
---- Apprenticeship Rules and Regulations : 20
---- Issue Books and Manuals : 20
---- Drug & Alcohol presentation : 20
---- Diversity : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 10
---- Occupational Safety and Health Administration(O.S.H.A) Rules and Regulations : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 8
---- Testing Requirements : 8
---- Inspection Stipulations : 8
---- Driving Course : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- 40 Hour Hazwoper Certification Course : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 18
---- Describe soils : 18
---- Log procedures : 18
---- Principles and fundamentals : 18
New Hours 18
Total Hours 8
---- Standard First Aid, CPR and AED : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 80
---- Drill Rig : 80
---- Skid steer loader : 80
---- Forklift and Powered Industrial Truck Training : 80
---- Support Equipment : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 60
---- Theory : 60
---- Logs and data collection : 60
---- Foundations and layout : 60
---- Tooling : 60
---- Boring : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 12
---- Chart Reading : 12
---- Drill Set-Up : 12
---- Cable Specification : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 8
---- 8 Hour Refresher : 8
---- Safety Review : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Standard First Aid, CPR and AED : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 56
---- Drill Rig : 56
---- Skid steer loader : 56
---- Dozer : 56
---- Combination Backhoe Loader : 56
---- Forklift and Powered Industrial Truck : 56
---- Support Equipment : 56
New Hours 56
Total Hours 60
---- Theory and components : 60
---- Well construction : 60
---- Grouting – Mud and Grout Awareness : 60
---- Pump selection and installation : 60
---- Practical application : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 8
---- 8 Hour Refresher : 8
---- Safety Review : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Standard First Aid, CPR and AED : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 16
---- Transit and Hand Level : 16
---- Theodolite : 16
---- Leveling Rods : 16
---- Measurement Instruments : 16
---- Stakes : 16
---- Print Reading : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 6
---- Basic Hydraulics : 6
---- Basic Electrical : 6
---- Fundamental Power Trains : 6
New Hours 6






#7532 Painter, Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 32
---- History of IUPAT : 32
---- Survival of the Fittest : 32
---- Green Building Awareness : 32
---- Sexual Harassment : 32
---- Math for the Construction Trades : 32
---- Basic Computing : 32
---- Architectural Drawings/Blueprint Reading : 32
---- Introduction to Health and Safety : 32
---- First Aid/CPR/AED : 32
---- Ergonomics : 32
---- Respiratory Protection : 32
---- Lead Abatement Awareness for the Lead Worker : 32
---- Hand and Power Tool Safety Awareness : 32
---- Communication Skills : 32
---- Foreman Training : 32
---- Project Management : 32
---- Supervisor Training Program (STP) : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 300
---- Don (put on), doff (remove), inspect, and maintain the proper PPE that should be worn. : 300
---- Perform a job analysis for safe working conditions. : 300
---- Safely demonstrate the proper use and maintenance of ICLAS tools and equipment. : 300
---- Maintain clean work areas (housekeeping). : 300
---- Demonstrate how to perform positive and negative fit checks on selected respirators. : 300
---- Use selected monitoring equipment to measure the atmosphere in a confined space. : 300
---- Recognize the symptoms associated with excess exposure to heat and cold. : 300
---- Store, handle, and transport tools, equipment and materials properly. : 300
---- Identify the locations of First Aid and Fire Equipment. : 300
---- Correctly use fall arresting and other fall protection equipment. : 300
---- Demonstrate safe work practices for erecting and dismantling scaffolds, including: pre-planning, inspecting scaffold components, load capacity, platform construction, access requirements, and fall protection. : 300
---- Demonstrate a pre-inspection and the safe operation of an aerial lift. : 300
---- Describe and demonstrate the proper use of various types of personal fall protection equipment. : 300
---- Describe and demonstrate the steps of ladder safety, including: selection, inspection, set-up, safe techniques and proper maintenance and storage. : 300
---- Use flags and paddles to safely control vehicle movements around work zones in accordance with state and national guidelines. : 300
---- Demonstrate the measurement of a selected containment ventilation air pressure and/or air flow requirement using the appropriate instrumentation. : 300
---- Recognize and describe a selected emission quality assessment method. : 300
---- Perform and explain the procedures for conducting forklift inspections. : 300
---- Calculate load weight and determine forklift capabilities for that load. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 350
---- Demonstrate the characteristics of a professional Painter, Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist. : 350
---- Exhibit suitable appearance and personal hygiene. : 350
---- Exhibit proper attitude and behavior on the jobsite, including private residences and other occupied buildings. : 350
---- Deal with difficult customers in a professional and courteous manner. : 350
---- Interpret written and verbal instructions. : 350
---- Recognize the importance of cooperation andinteraction with related occupations on a jobsite. : 350
---- Demonstrate the ability to follow specific work place protocol and procedures. : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 600
---- Recognize the critical role of the applicator in providing protection from corrosion. : 600
---- Recognize the 8 basic forms of corrosion. : 600
---- Demonstrate the 5 basic methods of mitigating corrosion. : 600
---- Select conditions that meet project demands in various conditions and service environments. : 600
---- Set-up of a jobsite including selection of trailers, storing flammable liquids, waste thinner, hazardous lead waste, and tarps. : 600
---- Demonstrate the ability to tie knots correctly and understand the different types of knots used in Industrial applications. : 600
---- Store, handle, and transport tools, equipment and materials properly. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 850
---- Apply proper surface preparation techniques to achieve the maximum level of protection available through protective coatings systems. : 850
---- Create a surface that meets industry standards defining an achievable surface cleanliness level. : 850
---- Demonstrate the safe and appropriate application of surface preparation techniques. : 850
---- Demonstrate and describe the proper use, maintenance and storage of surface preparation tools and equipment. : 850
---- Demonstrate solvent hand tool cleaning, safety, PPE, methods, care, and repair SSPC – SP1. : 850
---- Demonstrate power tool safety, PPE, methods of use, standards, and inspection SSPC – SP3. : 850
---- Demonstrate the proper set-up of compressor, blast pot, and separators with control valves, hose and coupling layout. : 850
---- Demonstrate abrasive blasting system operation guidelines: warnings and hazards, pre-start, daily checks, start-up, operation, and shutdown. : 850
---- Create a surface that meets industry standards defining an achievable surface cleanliness level. : 850
---- Demonstrate the proper use, care, PPE, and inspection of water cleaning and water jetting. : 850
---- Recognize and describe surface preparation of concrete in accordance with SSPC – SP13/NACE 6. : 850
---- Measure ambient conditions. : 850
---- Determine when to measure ambient conditions. : 850
---- Recognize when coating operations should not be permitted due to adverse ambient conditions. : 850
---- Identify and employ troubleshooting techniques and procedures. : 850
New Hours 850
Total Hours 600
---- Demonstrate proper spray techniques for each of the spray systems and troubleshoot spray pattern problems. : 600
---- Demonstrate proper care and maintenance of spray equipment. : 600
---- Demonstrate appropriate use and safe handling of spray equipment. : 600
---- Recognize, select, and demonstrate the following equipment for coating application. : 600
---- Demonstrate thermo spraying methods, i.e., wire flame, powder flame, electric arc and plasma. : 600
---- Demonstrate safe and proper methods to mix paint. : 600
---- Demonstrate proper use of wet film thickness gauge. : 600
---- Demonstrate the procedures required to clean and lubricate a spray gun. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 1000
---- Demonstrate proper use of wet film thickness gauge. : 1000
---- Demonstrate quality inspection procedures for monitoring ambient air, surface temperature, and surface profile. : 1000
---- Interpret manufacturer’s catalog product data sheets to determine recommended uses and product/performance characteristics for industrial coatings. : 1000
---- Use MSDSs to determine the hazards, appropriate personal protective equipment, and other safety-relevant information pertaining to the use of industrial coatings. : 1000
---- Use manufacturer’s coating application bulletins to determine the proper surface preparation and application procedures required for use with industrial coatings. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 650
---- Concrete : 650
---- Plural Components : 650
---- Thermal Spray : 650
---- Waterjetting : 650
---- Powder Coatings : 650
---- Pipeline Coatings : 650
---- Electrostatic Spray : 650
New Hours 650

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 4
---- Identify the historical reasons for unionization. : 4
---- Describe the strengths and weaknesses of the labor movement in the U.S. : 4
---- Describe the union structure and its activities. : 4
---- Explain how unions promote the occupation and serve its members : 4
---- Understand the union’s impact on economic issues, corporation, productivity, and distribution of wealth. : 4
---- Identify and explain the most significant labor laws of the 1900s. : 4
---- Analyze the impact the labor movement has had on social and political reform. : 4
---- Evaluate the IUPAT’s role in the labor movement from 1887 to the Present. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Investigate the current state of the union’s market share. : 2
---- Discuss the personal rewards and consequences associated with the union’s market share. : 2
---- Describe successful strategies for unions to regain a market share in the construction industry. : 2
---- Identify and describe what the union provides on an ongoing basis to its members and affiliates. : 2
---- Identify the roles and responsibilities of the end users, contractors, union, and rank and file. : 2
---- Articulate the value that the union provides its members and affiliates. : 2
---- Describe the impact the IUPAT’s Top Workplace Performance (TWP) program has on shaping attitudes and performance. : 2
---- Discuss the generational changes in rank and file attitudes and behaviors. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Describe sustainability and the social, environmental, and economic impact. : 4
---- Identify the benefits of sustainability. : 4
---- Explain the purpose of sustainability in commercial and residential buildings. : 4
---- Identify professional ‘green’ organizations. : 4
---- Identify elements of sustainability. : 4
---- Explain the importance of green practices. : 4
---- Define green bid specifications. : 4
---- Identify and interpret a green specification in a project manual. : 4
---- Source and cost out green products. : 4
---- Create a bid incorporating green products and practices. : 4
---- Describe the elements involved with sustainable sites. : 4
---- Describe water efficiency practices. : 4
---- Determine energy and atmospheric requirements. : 4
---- Identify and describe effective materials and resources. : 4
---- Discuss indoor environmental quality standards. : 4
---- Discuss the ‘green’ innovation and design process. : 4
---- Identify and discuss the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design – New Construction (LEED-NC) Process. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Define sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify the law sexual harassment violates. : 2
---- Identify characteristics of quid pro quo sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify characteristics of hostile environment sexual harassment. : 2
---- Cite factors that contribute to the determination of whether behavior is sexual harassment. : 2
---- Explain legal and other consequences of sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify effects of sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify costs associated with sexual harassment. : 2
---- Discuss employer liability in harassment Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist (ICLAS) cases. : 2
---- Identify United States Supreme Court Landmark ICLAS cases.Add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers, with and without a calculator. : 2
---- Use a standard ruler, a metric ruler, and a measuring tape to measure. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 12
---- Add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions. : 12
---- Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals, with and without a calculator. : 12
---- Convert decimals to percentages and percentages to decimals. : 12
---- Convert fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions. : 12
---- Explain what the metric system is and how it is important in the construction industry. : 12
---- Recognize and use metric units of length, weight, volume, and temperature. : 12
---- Recognize some of the basic shapes used in the construction industry and apply basic geometry to measure them. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 4
---- Describe the components of a computer system. : 4
---- Define microcomputer hardware in terms of its functions: input, output, processing, and storage. : 4
---- Describe how peripheral devices are connected to a microcomputer. : 4
---- Identify types of software and their functions and describe the difference between system software and application software. : 4
---- Navigate and use the Windows XP environment to open and use applications, manage documents, and identify and maintain resources. : 4
---- Access and navigate the World Wide Web to find information. : 4
---- Create, format, and edit documents using Microsoft® Word. : 4
---- Create, revise, and enhance business presentations using Microsoft® PowerPoint. : 4
---- Create, revise, and enhance spreadsheets using Microsoft® Excel. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 16
---- Define blueprint and blueprint reading. : 16
---- Define plans and specifications. : 16
---- Describe how plans and specifications are prepared. : 16
---- Describe the purpose and importance of a set of plans. : 16
---- Identify and define various parts of a set of plans. : 16
---- Identify the various views of a drawing that are included in a set of plans and their relationship to each other. : 16
---- Identify and define material symbols, abbreviations, and lines used in drawings. : 16
---- Define the meaning of scale. : 16
---- Use fractional rule to calculate measurements. : 16
---- Explain how an architect’s scale is used to measure lines. : 16
---- Use the architect’s scale to determine the actual length of a scaled line. : 16
---- Recognize, locate, and determine missing dimensions. : 16
---- Describe proper handling procedures for plans and drawings. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 10
---- Explain the idea of a safety culture and its importance in the construction fields. : 10
---- Identify causes of accidents and the impact of accident costs. : 10
---- Explain the role of OSHA in jobsite safety. : 10
---- Locate OSHA Standards references applicable to specific hazardous conditions and practices. : 10
---- Recognize the aspects of 1926 Subpart C (General Safety and Health Provisions). : 10
---- State the purpose of the OSHA Act and list the functions of OSHA. : 10
---- List the OSHA inspection priorities and describe the inspection process. : 10
---- Describe the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees under the OSHA Act. : 10
---- Recognize hazard recognition and risk assessment techniques. : 10
---- Explain fall protection, ladder, stair, and scaffold procedures and requirements. : 10
---- Identify struck-by hazards and demonstrate safe working procedures and requirements. : 10
---- Identify caught-in-between hazards and demonstrate safe working procedures and requirements. : 10
---- Define safe work procedures to use around electrical hazards. : 10
---- Demonstrate the use and care of appropriate PPE. : 10
---- Explain the importance of hazard communications (Haz Com) and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs). : 10
---- Identify other construction hazards on your jobsite, including hazardous material exposures, environmental elements, welding and cutting hazards, confined spaces, and fires. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 8
---- Demonstrate how to minimize the risk of disease transmission when giving care. : 8
---- Demonstrate how to check an unconscious person for life-threatening and non-life threatening conditions. : 8
---- Demonstrate how to give cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to a person.Demonstrate how to care for a person who is not breathing and/or chocking. : 8
---- Describe when and how to use an AED. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 4
---- Describe ergonomics and its importance in the workplace. : 4
---- Describe the benefits of implementing an ergonomic program. : 4
---- Identify and describe ergonomic related injuries and related musculoskeletal disorders that can occur in an office setting. : 4
---- Identify and describe ergonomic related injuries and related musculoskeletal disorders that can occur in a construction workplace. : 4
---- Recognize and describe risk factors that can cause musculoskeletal disorders or related injuries. : 4
---- Describe healthy ergonomics in an office setting. : 4
---- Describe healthy ergonomics in a construction workplace. : 4
---- Demonstrate proper stretching techniques. : 4
---- Identify employee and employer rights and responsibilities. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- Describe how the respiratory system works. : 4
---- Identify the different types of respirators and their purposes. : 4
---- Demonstrate the proper fit, inspection, cleaning, disinfection, and storage of respirators. : 4
---- Summarize how the human respiratory system works. : 4
---- Identify respiratory hazards and describe how they affect the respiratory system. : 4
---- Identify work activities that can create airborne hazards. : 4
---- Demonstrate how to perform proper negative and positive fit-checks. : 4
---- Demonstrate proper inspection of respirators. : 4
---- Demonstrate safe cleaning, disinfection, and storage procedures for respirators. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 8
---- Explain his/her roles and responsibilities as a Lead Abatement worker. : 8
---- Recall and describe basics facts in the history of lead and Lead Abatement. : 8
---- Identify and describe the health effects of lead exposure and protection against lead exposure and poisoning. : 8
---- Describe and demonstrate safe work practices when working with or aroundlead. : 8
---- Describe general work safety and health hazards. : 8
---- Identify and describe the federal, state and local regulations for Lead Abatement workers. : 8
---- Explain and demonstrate the pre-abatement set up and containment procedures for residential buildings. : 8
---- Recognize and describe residential lead-based paint hazards and control factors. : 8
---- Describe and explain interior dust abatement procedures, clean-up and final clearance inspections. : 8
---- Describe and explain the procedures for soil and exterior dust abatement with waste disposal. : 8
---- Explain and demonstrate the pre-abatement set up and containment procedures for industrial buildings. : 8
---- Recognize and describe industrial lead-based paint hazards and control factors. : 8
---- Describe and demonstrate lead safe work practices in compliance with the EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule, and HUD’s Lead Safe Housing Rule. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 6
---- Recognize and identify some of the basic hand tools and their proper uses in the construction industry. : 6
---- Visually inspect hand tools to determine if they are safe to use. : 6
---- Safely use hand tools. : 6
---- Identify power tools commonly used in the construction industry. : 6
---- Demonstrate and describe all general safety rules for power tools and follow them. : 6
---- Explain the importance of using guards during the operation of power tools. : 6
---- Explain the importance of using a properly rated extension cord. : 6
---- Demonstrate and describe how to properly ground a power tool. : 6
---- Explain how to maintain power tools properly. : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 4
---- Interpret information and instructions presented in both verbal and written form. : 4
---- Communicate effectively in on-the-job situations using verbal and written skills. : 4
---- Communicate effectively on-the-job using electronic communication devices. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Describe the role of the foreman. : 2
---- State the key role of the foreman in maintaining safety rules and regulations. : 2
---- Describe how to establish and maintain good relationships with co-workers, supervisors, and other professionals. : 2
---- Describe productive motivational techniques. : 2
---- Explain the importance of properly performing personnel functions in accordance with the union agreement and company policies. : 2
---- Explain the importance of developing and using effective communications skills. : 2
---- Describe the proper planning and organizational skills needed to successfully complete a job. : 2
---- Describe the “leadership” qualities needed to be an effective foreman. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Achieve predicted and desired results in the execution of projects through implementation of consistent methodologies. : 4
---- Advance the skill level and knowledge of IUPAT Project Managers. : 4
---- Emphasize the depth and breadth of roles and responsibilities that a Project Manager may be relied upon to manage, to contribute to, or to perform. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Define the role of the supervisor. : 2
---- Define the scope and importance of verbal communication. : 2
---- Refine written communication skills. : 2
---- Describe various job site personnel issues. : 2
---- Identify the supervisor’s role in safety. : 2
---- Manage and estimate the cost of tools and materials. : 2
---- Describe the importance of leadership in effective supervision. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 40
---- Recognize the important areas of OSHA in general terms. : 40
---- Identify the Safety Regulations as they apply to safe work practices in the ICLAS occupation : 40
---- Describe the precautions that must be followed when using flammable liquids and adhesives. : 40
---- Explain the purpose of Hazard Communication programs. : 40
---- Explain what a MSDS is, its purpose and limitation. : 40
---- Describe the role of employer, supplier, and worker in the education of workers. : 40
---- Outline emergency procedures and how to obtain assistance for injured workers. : 40
---- Compare and contrast the characteristics of a confined space with those of a permit-required confined space. : 40
---- Explain confined space characteristics and hazards. : 40
---- Identify 29 CFR 1910.146 as OSHA’s General Industry Confined Spaces Rule. : 40
---- Describe the proper technique (ergonomics) for lifting and transporting ICLAS materials and equipment. : 40
---- Identify safety requirements for erecting and dismantling scaffolds, including: pre-planning, inspecting scaffold components, calculating load capacity, platform construction, access requirements, and fall protection. : 40
---- Identify the different types of aerial lifts and their related safety rules and precautions. : 40
---- Describe potential fall hazards in the workplace.Describe the different types of ladders and the conditions under which they are used. : 40
---- Understand the requirements to protect the driving public and work zone crew at and around construction and maintenance areas (or work zones). : 40
---- Describe a containment system (classes, enclosure components and methods, ventilation components and methods, emission assessment methods, and worker and equipment decontamination facilities). : 40
---- Describe the techniques and equipment used for environmental humidity/temperature control. : 40
---- Describe the qualifications of a competent Forklift Operator. : 40
---- Explain the laws, regulations, and elevation precautions that apply to forklift operations. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 32
---- Identify and explain the basic terminology used in the industrial coatings field. : 32
---- Describe the working conditions of the industrial coatings field. : 32
---- Identify the career options and advancement opportunities in the industrial coatings field. : 32
---- Describe custody, care, and maintenance of tools and equipment. : 32
---- Describe the need for Painter, Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist and Industry recognized certification in the Industrial Painting Industry. : 32
---- Identify basic tools and equipment used for surface preparation and coatings application. : 32
---- Compare and contrast the Industrial Coatings Industry to the Commercial and Residential Painting Industry. : 32
---- Understand the history of bridges and the different types of bridges. : 32
---- Identify and define the components of the structures that comprise a bridge. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 40
---- Identify tools of the occupation. : 40
---- Explain how and why corrosion occurs. : 40
---- Identify and describe the 8 basic forms of corrosion and how to properly mitigate using proper techniques such as use of hand tools, power tools, and blast media. : 40
---- Identify and describe the 5 basic methods of mitigating corrosion. : 40
---- Explain how coatings are used to control corrosion. : 40
---- Identify paint coat sequence of proper application procedures (primer, second coat, and finish coat). : 40
---- Explain the environmental concerns associated with Industrial Coating materials. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- Identify and describe various surfaces, substrates, and rust grades per SSPC Visual Standards and definitions. : 60
---- Describe common methods of surface preparation and the conditions in which they are applied. : 60
---- Explain abrasive blasting system operation guidelines: warnings and hazards, pre-start, daily checks, start-up, operation, and shutdown. : 60
---- Recognize the importance of steel surface preparation. : 60
---- Identify the effects of mass, velocity, air volume and pressure, nozzle, and hose size on abrasive blasting. : 60
---- Identify and document initial condition of steel. : 60
---- Identify the acceptable abrasive blasting conditions (dew point, temperature, relative humidity, dehumidification, wind, and surface temperature). : 60
---- Identify and describe the materials, equipment, and methods for chemical cleaning and high pressure and ultra high pressure water jetting SSPC – SP12/NACE 5. : 60
---- Explain what and how ambient conditions affect application and coating performance. : 60
---- Identify the primary elements of a nozzle blast cleaning system. : 60
---- Discuss abrasive characteristics. : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 92
---- Describe basic conventional air and airless spray systems, including variations of each: Conventional (air), Airless, Air-assisted, High- volume, Low-pressure, Electrostatic and Plural-component. : 92
---- Identify by name, the parts of a spray gun and their functions. : 92
---- List the procedures required to clean and lubricate a spray gun. : 92
---- Identify the conditions under which each spray system may be used. : 92
---- Define and use the proper terms for describing spray techniques and equipment.Explain the relevance of coating terms; dry time, cure time and overcoat time. : 92
---- Recognize, select, and demonstrate coating applications. : 92
---- Recognize and describe applicable hazards and safety guidelines for the above mentioned equipment. Recognize and describe proper storage conditions. : 92
---- Define pot life, induction time, and recoat window and explain their importance. : 92
---- Explain the methods used to obtain proper DFT and WFT with and without thinning. : 92
New Hours 92
Total Hours 96
---- Identify the three basic mechanisms of corrosion control by coatings. : 96
---- Identify and explain the film properties necessary to provide the appropriate protection. : 96
---- Describe how coatings may provide galvanic (cathodic) protection. : 96
---- Discuss the different generic types available for use and the conditions under which different systems may be appropriate or inappropriate. : 96
---- Explain the function(s) of pigments, resins, solvents, and additives. : 96
---- Explain the differences between water-based and oil-based paints and coatings. : 96
---- Identify the film-forming mechanisms for different generic types of coatings. : 96
---- Explain the functions performed by different types of industrial coatings. : 96
New Hours 96
Total Hours 80
---- Concrete : 80
---- Plural Components : 80
---- Thermal Spray : 80
---- Waterjetting : 80
---- Powder Coatings : 80
---- Pipeline Coatings : 80
---- Electrostatic Spray : 80
New Hours 80






#7530 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Maintenance



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Primary Shop work and Preliminary Operations : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Motors : 500
---- Motor Controls (Installation and Service) : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 3888
---- Trouble Shooting (Diagnosing) : 3888
---- General Service of Heating, Air Conditioning and : 3888
---- Refrigeration Equipment : 3888
---- Ventilating Systems : 3888
New Hours 3888
Total Hours 1540
---- Air Distribution (Grills, Registers, Diffusers, Filtering Devices, etc.) : 1540
New Hours 1540
Total Hours 900
---- : 900
New Hours 900

Technical Instruction








#7531 Wastewater Systems Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 440
---- Delineate basic job duties : 440
---- Participate in site specific orientation programs : 440
---- List regulatory/permit specifications : 440
---- Read/interpret drawings (plan/section views, process and instrumentation diagram (PID), hydraulic profile, etc.) : 440
---- Demonstrate general plant safety and security operations : 440
---- Wear PPE in accordance with safety guidelines : 440
---- Follow lock-out and tag out procedures : 440
---- Adhere to hazardous communication and right-to-know programs : 440
---- Monitor air quality levels : 440
---- Respond to emergencies using first aid/CPR : 440
---- Apply security practices around the plant : 440
---- Adhere to chemical safety programs : 440
---- Earn and maintain CDL : 440
New Hours 440
Total Hours 1320
---- Monitor plant operations as required : 1320
---- Review plant operations and maintenance manual : 1320
---- Analyze plant operating performance : 1320
---- Respond to plant alarm systems : 1320
---- Troubleshoot and solve operational problems effectively : 1320
---- Start and stop plant equipment : 1320
---- Apply knowledge of regulations to plant operations : 1320
---- Manage treatment processes : 1320
---- Handle and add chemicals to disinfect and deodorize liquids : 1320
---- Inspect meters and gauges to determine load requirements : 1320
---- Operate disinfection equipment and technologies : 1320
---- Clean and maintain tanks and filter beds : 1320
---- Manage wastewater treatment solids programs : 1320
---- Monitor sludge production : 1320
---- Perform sludge removal activities : 1320
---- Record treated sludge and solids information accurately : 1320
---- Dispose of treated sludge in accordance with permitting : 1320
---- Manage bio-solids program effectively : 1320
---- Oversee collection systems/lift stations operations : 1320
---- List pump station components and different types of pumping stations : 1320
---- List types and components of force main systems : 1320
---- List types and components of gravity mains : 1320
---- Demonstrate understanding of inflow and infiltration : 1320
---- Demonstrate collection system safety requirements : 1320
---- Demonstrate proficiency in responding, correcting, and reporting to alarms : 1320
---- Demonstrate SCADA capability : 1320
---- Understand screen navigation : 1320
---- Interpret readings : 1320
---- Read and interpret trend charts : 1320
---- Demonstrate proficiency in Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) : 1320
---- List safety requirements : 1320
---- Detail environmental impacts : 1320
---- Review related documents : 1320
---- Demonstrate procedures : 1320
---- Demonstrate proficiency in Manufacturer’s Safety and Data Sheets (MSDS) : 1320
---- List safety requirements : 1320
---- Detail environmental impacts : 1320
---- Review related documents : 1320
---- Demonstrate procedures : 1320
New Hours 1320
Total Hours 800
---- Perform mechanical maintenance on equipment : 800
---- Exercise valves, pumps and other mechanical devices : 800
---- Troubleshoot and repair malfunctioning and inoperable equipment : 800
---- Perform preventative maintenance when scheduled : 800
---- Maintain lift stations : 800
---- Inspect and maintain collection system pipes and manholes : 800
---- Prepare/submit a maintenance work order : 800
---- Read and interpret process instrumentation : 800
---- Understand normal range : 800
---- Explain actions for out-of-range values : 800
---- Demonstrate unit process hydraulics and demonstrate impacts on subsequent processes : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 480
---- Collect samples according to established procedures : 480
---- Perform laboratory sampling and testing : 480
---- Verify results for accuracy : 480
---- Calibrate equipment and instrumentation : 480
---- Ensure consistent lab and sampling procedures : 480
---- Interpret lab results : 480
---- Ensure compliance with all relevant laws and regulations : 480
---- Report results to supervisors and community members as appropriate : 480
---- Perform process control : 480
---- Define unit process performance variables : 480
---- Collect samples : 480
---- Perform process tests : 480
---- Identify normal/out-of-range values : 480
---- Analyze performance/trends : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 120
---- Order equipment and supplies as needed : 120
---- Develop and execute routine maintenance schedule : 120
---- Conduct operational rounds : 120
---- Define normal operation : 120
---- Recognize abnormal operation : 120
---- Collect appropriate data : 120
---- Visit other facilities to learn about new procedures : 120
New Hours 120

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 24
---- Adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, calculator : 24
---- Algebraic equations : 24
---- Geometry : 24
---- Principle of mathematics applications : 24
---- Metric system : 24
---- Area : 24
---- Volume : 24
---- Chemical usage : 24
---- Loading rates : 24
---- Conversions : 24
---- Pump math : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 16
---- Physical, chemical, and biological concepts : 16
---- Disease transmission : 16
---- Common elements : 16
---- Cell structure : 16
---- Natural water cycle and impact : 16
---- Basic hydraulics : 16
---- Alkalinity : 16
---- Nitrification/denitrification : 16
---- Aquatic chemistry : 16
---- Flora/fauna activated solids : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 8
---- Large/small systems : 8
---- Liquid stream processes – biological, physical, and chemical : 8
---- Solids handling/management : 8
---- Systems integration : 8
---- Disinfection : 8
---- Chemical treatment : 8
---- Natural/non-mechanical systems : 8
---- Mechanically assisted biological treatment : 8
---- Collection systems : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Demonstration/examples : 8
---- Trend charting : 8
---- Reading and interpreting drawings and schematics : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 24
---- Regulatory basics : 24
---- Permit requirements : 24
---- Due diligence : 24
---- Industrial pretreatment : 24
---- Sewer use laws : 24
---- Other regulations (503, air, source control, stormwater) : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 50
---- Personnel protective equipment : 50
---- First responder : 50
---- Decontamination : 50
---- MSDS : 50
---- Reporting requirements : 50
---- Hazardous materials and controls : 50
---- Hazardous communication : 50
---- Confined space : 50
---- Emergency response plan : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 24
---- Active listening : 24
---- Verbal and nonverbal communication : 24
---- Managing conflict : 24
---- Critical thinking : 24
---- Diversity and culture : 24
---- Oral presentations : 24
---- Report writing and written presentations : 24
---- Budget : 24
---- Team building : 24
---- Public information : 24
---- Customer service : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 20
---- Basics of electricity : 20
---- Symbols reading : 20
---- Monitoring vs. Control : 20
---- Calibrations : 20
---- Common electrical components : 20
---- Conduction and insulation : 20
---- Electromagnetism : 20
---- Arc flash : 20
---- Lock out/tag out : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 24
---- Equipment : 24
---- Laboratory safety : 24
---- Sampling procedures : 24
---- Testing requirements : 24
---- Process control testing : 24
---- Discharge permit testing : 24
---- Quality assurance and control : 24
---- Record keeping : 24
---- Microbe identification : 24
---- Chain of custody (COC) : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 12
---- Chain of command : 12
---- Critical thinking skills Ethics : 12
---- Organization : 12
---- Personnel : 12
---- Policies and procedures : 12
---- Scheduling/management of preventive maintenance : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 48
---- Basic Suite : 48
---- Microsoft applications (Excel, Word) : 48
---- SCADA : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 20
---- State statutes : 20
---- Test preparations : 20
---- Practice tests : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 8
---- Presentation techniques : 8
---- Learning styles : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 24
---- Pumping theory : 24
---- Types of pumps : 24
---- Basic hydraulics : 24
---- Pump maintenance : 24
---- Pump troubleshooting : 24
---- Pump system components : 24
---- Mechanical systems : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 40
---- Long and short term controls : 40
---- System components and functions : 40
---- Operation and maintenance of lift/pumping stations, force mains, and gravity mains : 40
---- Inflow & infiltration (I & I) : 40
---- Private property laterals : 40
---- Odor control : 40
---- Inspection of mains : 40
---- Repair/Rehabilitation of manholes, pipes, laterals : 40
---- Compliance (safety, hazards, regulatory, environmental impacts such as sanitary sewer overflows) : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 8
---- Lagoons : 8
---- Biological cycle : 8
---- Detention time : 8
---- Monitoring : 8
---- Maintenance : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- Modifications to activated sludge systems : 40
---- Long term controls : 40
---- Short term controls : 40
---- Activated sludge quality : 40
---- Systems components : 40
---- Oxidation ponds/ditches : 40
---- Trickling filters : 40
---- Rotating biological contactors (RBCs) : 40
---- Biofilm reactors : 40
---- Clarifiers : 40
---- Equipment maintenance : 40
---- Return activated sludge (RAS) and waste activated sludge (WAS) : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 24
---- Chemical safety : 24
---- Reactions : 24
---- Troubleshooting : 24
---- Dosage : 24
---- Equipment : 24
---- Monitoring : 24
---- Advanced testing : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 8
---- Systems- chemical/physical : 8
---- Testing/monitoring : 8
---- Emergency response : 8
---- Detention/kill rates : 8
---- Topics : 8
---- Maintenance/cleaning : 8
---- Equipment : 8
---- Ozone (O3) : 8
---- Chlorination (Cl2) : 8
---- Ultra-Violet (UV) : 8
---- Other disinfection methods : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 30
---- Aerobic/anaerobic digestion : 30
---- Drying/heat treatment/incineration : 30
---- Beneficial reuse/landfill : 30
---- Screenings : 30
---- Physical equipment : 30
---- Chemical applications : 30
---- Odor control : 30
---- Vector tracking and analysis : 30
---- Thickening : 30
---- Digestion : 30
---- Dewatering : 30
---- Disposal options/strategies : 30
---- Regulations : 30
---- Transportation : 30
---- Cost analysis : 30
---- Energy recovery : 30
---- Public relations (customer service) : 30
New Hours 30






#7528 Chimney Sweep



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction








#7529 Sprinkler Fitter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 750
---- Reading shop drawings : 750
---- Symbols and abbreviations : 750
---- Familiarization with National Fire Protection : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 800
---- Identifying materials, grades and types of pipe, fittings, valves, hose and equipment, and sprinkler heads : 800
---- Use and operation of trade tools : 800
---- Maintaining and servicing of tools and equipment : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 650
---- Selection of pipe, fittings, hangers and devices for rough and distribution and finish : 650
---- Loading of required materials and equipment : 650
---- Unloading of materials and equipment at job site using : 650
---- Set-up and use of rigging, scaffolding and mechanical lifts and platforms : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 1250
---- Use of hand cutters : 1250
---- Use of dies and reamer : 1250
---- Set-up and operation of power threading machine : 1250
---- Operation of power drills : 1250
---- Operation of torch and welder : 1250
New Hours 1250
Total Hours 650
---- Installation of cast iron pipe and fittings : 650
---- Installation of plastic pipe and fittings : 650
---- Installation of valves, post indicators and hydrants : 650
---- Rodding and thrust block installation : 650
---- Valve pit installation : 650
---- Flushing and testing of underground piping : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 1600
---- Distribution of system : 1600
---- Installation of feed main and cross main, grooved, screwed and welded : 1600
---- Branch line installation on exposed systems : 1600
---- Branch line installation for concealed piping with drop nipples : 1600
---- Hanger types and installation : 1600
---- Trimming of valves including Siamese connection installation : 1600
---- Set-up and testing of system : 1600
New Hours 1600
Total Hours 500
---- Distribution of system : 500
---- Installation of feed main and cross main, grooved, screwed and welded : 500
---- Branch line installation on exposed systems : 500
---- Hanger types and installation : 500
---- Trimming of valves including Siamese connection installation : 500
---- Set-up and testing of system : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Distribution of system : 500
---- Pipe installation : 500
---- Installation of hose valves, nozzles and accessories : 500
---- Testing procedures : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 350
---- Installation of deluge systems : 350
---- Installation of preaction systems : 350
---- Installation of gas suppression systems : 350
---- Installation of CO2 systems : 350
---- Installation of fire extinguishers : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 350
---- Setting of fire pumps and jockey pumps : 350
---- Alignment of fire pump and driver : 350
---- Trimming of fire pump, jockey pump and controllers : 350
---- Start up and testing of fire pumps and equipment : 350
New Hours 350

Technical Instruction








#7526 Refinery Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1700
---- Unit Flows : 1700
---- System Processes : 1700
---- Associated Refinery Systems : 1700
New Hours 1700
Total Hours 300
---- Equipment Inspection : 300
---- Troubleshooting : 300
---- Lubrication : 300
---- Routine adjustments : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 1200
---- Pumps : 1200
---- Drivers : 1200
---- Heat Exchangers : 1200
---- Furnaces : 1200
---- Boilers : 1200
---- Cooling Towers : 1200
---- Compressors : 1200
---- Turbines : 1200
---- Piping & Auxiliaries : 1200
---- Valves : 1200
---- Instrumentation : 1200
---- Columns, Towers, & Vessels : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 200
---- Permitting & Preparing Equipment for Maintenance : 200
---- Operator Maintenance : 200
---- Preventive Maintenance : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 340
---- Emergency Procedures : 340
---- Blowdown & Flare Systems : 340
---- Safety Equipment Operations : 340
---- Inclement Weather Operations : 340
---- Hazard Communications : 340
New Hours 340
Total Hours 130
---- Unit Hazardous Material Handling : 130
---- Containment Operations : 130
New Hours 130

Technical Instruction








#7527 Construction Craft Laborer (CCL)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 25
---- : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 25
---- : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 125
---- : 125
New Hours 125
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 25
---- : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 2000
---- Concrete placement - mixing, placement, vibration of concrete, build and place forms, remove and clean forms, cure concrete : 2000
---- Pipe laying and making of connections for any utility piping : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Cutting and burning : 2000
---- Traffic control/flagging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Grade setting/checking : 2000
---- Clearing, bucking and falling : 2000
---- Site preparation/cleanup and security : 2000
---- Layout and staking : 2000
---- Erect, dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools : 2000
---- Install erosion control systems : 2000
---- Forklift operation : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Concrete placement - mixing, placement, vibration of concrete, build and place forms, remove and clean forms, cure concrete : 2000
---- Concrete cutting and coring : 2000
---- Pipe laying and making of connections for any utility piping : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Traffic control/flagging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Grade setting/checking : 2000
---- Layout and staking : 2000
---- Site preparation/clean up and security : 2000
---- Drilling : 2000
---- Asphalt - raking, placement, compaction and preparation of the base : 2000
---- Build railroad beds and all related bridges and tunnels, and install tracks : 2000
---- Erect, dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools : 2000
---- Install erosion control systems : 2000
---- Forklift operation : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
---- Site/roadside remediation : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Erect/dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Estimate, stock and maintain supply areas : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain tools : 2000
---- Forklift operation : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
---- Mason tender/plaster tender : 2000
---- Clean masonry walls : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Identify and work safely around environmental hazards : 2000
---- Erect/dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Cutting and burning : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
---- Site preparation/cleanup and security : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools : 2000
---- Fire watch : 2000
---- Concrete cutting and sawing : 2000
---- Demolition debris handling and management (recycling, reuse, disposal) : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Site preparation/cleanup and security : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools specific to the concentration : 2000
---- Grade setting/checking : 2000
---- Layout and staking : 2000
---- Clearing and maintaining the right of way (ROW) : 2000
---- Pump water : 2000
---- Locate utilities : 2000
---- Build and dismantle fences : 2000
---- Load and unload pipe : 2000
---- Fill and place sandbags : 2000
---- Load, unload and place skids : 2000
---- Install erosion control systems : 2000
---- Pipe surface preparation/sand blasting : 2000
---- Apply pipe coating : 2000
---- Inspect pipe coating visually and with a holiday detector : 2000
---- Patch coating : 2000
---- Install pipe coating protection : 2000
---- Install corrosion protection : 2000
---- “Pig” the pipe : 2000
---- ROW remediation : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Drilling : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools specific to the concentration : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Concrete pump operation and maintenance : 2000
---- Install services (track laying, conveyors, vents, water, compressed air pipes etc.) : 2000
---- Install tunnel supports (steel ribs, mesh, rock bolts) : 2000
---- Shaft and tunnel grouting : 2000
---- Shotcrete/gunite application : 2000
---- Cutting and burning : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Asbestos abatement : 2000
---- Hazardous waste remediation : 2000
---- Lead abatement : 2000
---- Microbial remediation : 2000
---- Radiation protection/radioactive material handling : 2000
---- Water damage/fire restoration : 2000
---- Erect, dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools specific to this concentration : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
New Hours 2000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 40
---- Blue Print Reading training is designed to introduce participants to the basics of reading and interpreting blueprints. Topics covered include symbols, line conventions, views, and basic plan reading techniques. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 4
---- Confined Space Awareness training covers information necessary to recognize the special hazards associated with confined spaces. Topics covered include the characteristics of confined spaces, hazardous atmospheres, pre-entry and periodic testing, continuous monitoring and the laws that protect those working in confined spaces. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 8
---- Craft Orientation training introduces participants to the construction industry in general and a career as a CCL in particular. Emphasis is placed on developing good work habits, being productive on the job, working under a collective bargaining agreement, being aware of growth areas in construction employment, and background information on the LIUNA and its related funds. Participants are also introduced to the history of the labor movement in general, and of LIUNA in particular. Emphasis is placed on the origin of the union and the challenges that have been faced and overcome from its beginning to the present. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 4
---- Fall Protection training summarizes the key points of OSHA’s fall protection standard and common citations issued for non-compliance. The program looks at the hazards and key safety issues related to fall protection and the safety practices used to prevent falls. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 8
---- First Aid/CPR training is designed for participants to learn first aid skills for treating a variety of injuries, such as burns, wounds, head, neck and back injuries, and heat and cold emergencies. Participants also learn to manage sudden illnesses, strokes, seizures, animal and insect bites and poisoning. Adult CPR teaches participants how to perform CPR and care for breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 80
---- General Construction training introduces participants to a wide variety of concepts, tools, and skills that are important to successfully begin a career as a CCL. Participants receive instruction on the work and the role of a CCL, commonly encountered safety issues, measurement in construction, basic construction math, safe hand and power tool operation, and identification and handling of materials frequently used in construction. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 8
---- Hazard Communication training introduces CCLs to the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard as it applies to the construction industry. Training focuses on the guidelines for recognizing and protecting oneself from exposure to hazardous substances, including identifying chemical hazards and the proper use of container labels and placards. In addition, participants learn how to read and understand material safety data sheets. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 11
---- requirements for OSHA’s 10-hour training program. The program provides safety and health information as it relates to the many hazards found on construction projects and offers insight into ways to reduce them. : 11
New Hours 11
Total Hours 8
---- Scaffold User training presents a variety of scaffold types, the hazards associated with each, and how to figure load capacities and their effect on scaffold performance. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 4
---- Flagger training provides information to participants about flagger safety procedures on highway work zone projects. Participants are provided with information to help them demonstrate proper procedures for stopping, slowing, and releasing traffic. Topics include communication methods for two-person flagging operations, the correct positioning of flaggers in work zones, the proper high visibility clothing that must be worn by flaggers, and when specific hand- signaling devices should be used. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 56
---- Mason/Brick/Plaster Tending training provides instruction on the mason tender’s duties, proper job task performance, and health and safety issues associated with mason tending. Participants use mathematical and scientific concepts to achieve an understanding of working with masonry units, mortars, plasters, and admixtures. In addition, the fundamentals of cutting and cleaning masonry and tending plasterers are covered. : 56
New Hours 56
Total Hours 16
---- Rough Terrain Forklift training complies with OSHA 1926.602(c) requirements, teaches participants about the hazards involved with operating a forklift, and explains what they can do to prevent accidents and injuries when operating these forklifts. Participants have ample opportunity to operate a forklift. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 72
---- Scaffold Builder training addresses the needs of CCLs who are responsible for building scaffolding on the jobsite or are required to perform job tasks while using scaffolding. Designed to meet the training requirements of 29 CFR Part 1926.454, the comprehensive program includes frame, tube and coupler, systems, non-powered adjustable and powered mast-climbing scaffold with hands-on training for each. : 72
New Hours 72
Total Hours 8
---- Aerial Lift training provides participants with a general understanding of the safe and efficient operation of “Power Operated Mobile Work Platforms.” Participants learn to identify specific health and safety hazards associated with a variety of aerial work platforms. Aerial Lift training also provides participants the opportunity to operate aerial lifts in a safe manner. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- Hoisting and Rigging training is designed to educate CCLs in the rules, processes, and procedures to safely rig, signal, and hoist loads on construction projects. The program incorporates federal regulatory requirements as well as equipment manufacturers’ standards. Training provides participants the opportunity to practice rigging and signaling. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Demolition/Deconstruction training introduces participants to the similarities and differences of demolition and deconstruction work. Particular attention is paid to safety in all aspects of the work. Topics covered include planning projects, mechanical demolition equipment, material handling, site control, and special conditions that sometimes exist during this work. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 4
---- Fire Watch training teaches participants what a fire watch is, how it is conducted, and why it is important. Topics covered include classifications of fires, preventing fires, types of extinguishers, and extinguishing fires. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 24
---- Cutting and Burning training provides participants with an understanding of how to safely use heat to cut different types of metals using a variety of methods. Topics covered include the personal protective equipment (PPE) necessary for each process, the types and health effects of various fumes given off during the process, and how to protect the area from fire hazards. Participants will also be able to identify the components of the cutting systems and how to properly assemble and disassemble the systems. Systems taught include oxy- acetylene, oxy-gasoline, and plasma arc cutting. Hands on training is included for each system. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 40
---- Concrete training provides the basic knowledge and skills CCLs need to work safely and productively in this potentially hazardous field. Safety issues associated with the mixing, forming, placement, and curing of concrete materials are covered, as well as the associated skills needed to complete these tasks. Ample time is given for hands- on practice for all skills. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Pipe Laying training prepares CCLs to safely install pipe systems by introducing participants to the tools, equipment, and techniques typically used on a pipe laying job. Special attention is paid to proper work practices and protective measures used to install a variety of piping systems safely. Ductile iron, concrete, and high-density polyethylene piping are all covered, and hands-on training is available for each. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Line and Grade training focuses on the skills, knowledge, and aptitude necessary to operate a variety of surveying instruments and record information for maintaining elevation and alignment control points on heavy and civil construction projects. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 32
---- Asphalt training provides CCLs with the information they need to understand the safety precautions necessary when working with, raking and placing asphalt. In addition, participants practice the preparation of the surface, job preparation, and cleaning of the tools, and machinery. The patching of pot-holes and cracks is practiced along with proper raking techniques. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 8
---- Traffic Control training provides participants with an understanding of the types of traffic control devices and how they are used set-up and dismantled. Topics include the purpose of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and the methods to maintain pedestrian safety in traffic control zones. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 80
---- Pipeline training instructs CCLs on the safe practices and procedures that need to be used on pipeline construction projects. All phases of pipeline construction are covered including the front-end work, pipe handling, pipe coating, and back-end work. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Shotcrete training is designed to prepare participants to become certified Shotcrete Nozzlemen. Participants practice wet and dry mixing methods for below ground uses. Instruction also includes nozzle types and their maintenance and use. Hands-on opportunities to practice applying shotcrete are included. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Tunnel Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on a tunnel job. Topics covered include tunnel safety, an overview of tunnel construction, the duties of a CCL tunnel worker, and compressed air systems. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 16
---- The Drilling Operations program includes an introduction to drilling operations, how drilling operations work (construction applications, quarry applications, hand signals, and drill strings), how to operate and maintain the drill, and hands-on practice of drilling operations. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 40
---- Asbestos Abatement Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on asbestos abatement projects. The program is designed to meet or exceed Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1926.1101 and 40 CFR Part 763 respectively. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 80
---- Hazardous Waste Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on hazardous waste remediation projects. The program meets all Occupational Safety and Health Administration training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1910.120 – Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 24
---- Microbial Remediation training instructs CCLs on the health hazards, PPE requirements, and remediation processes and techniques associated with the removal of mold as well as other microbial contamination. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 40
---- Lead Abatement Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on lead abatement projects. The course meets all Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Environmental Protection Agency training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1926.62 and 40 CFR Part 745.225 respectively. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Landscaping training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to work as a landscaper with a concentration on using environmentally-friendly techniques whenever possible. Topics covered include the landscape laborer’s duties; safety hazards of landscape work; safe use of pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers with an emphasis on using environmentally-friendly materials; controlling erosion on the jobsite; and planting and maintaining sod, grass, shrubs and trees. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Landscape Equipment Operation training teaches CCLs how to safely and productively operate a skid steer, a trencher, and a mini excavator. Topics include safety, operation and maintenance procedures, along with ample time devoted to hands-on practice with the equipment. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Brick Paver Installation training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to install walkways and patios with brick pavers. Topics covered include the hazards associated with installing brick pavers; laying out the work; estimating the amount of pavers required; preparing the base; cutting bricks accurately and to minimize waste; and installing pavers correctly. Ample time is devoted to hands-on practice with all the job tasks. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Retaining Wall Installation training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to install retaining walls for landscape work. Topics covered include the hazards associated with installing a retaining wall; the different types of retaining wall materials; laying out the retaining wall; estimating the amount of materials required; preparing the base; tying the wall back to the bank; and correct installation techniques for retaining wall blocks and timbers. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Irrigation Installation training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to install irrigation systems. Topics covered include an overview of irrigation systems, with a focus on identifying those that best conserve water; the hazards associated with installing irrigation systems; how irrigation systems are best laid out for maximum efficiency; and how to maintain irrigation systems once they are installed. Ample time is devoted to hands-on practice assembling and installing an irrigation system. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 32
---- Aboveground Drilling training introduces CCLs to the unique working environment of aboveground drilling by providing instructor facilitated classroom instruction along with intensive, performance-based, hands- on training. The care and use of tools and equipment is presented, as well as drilling techniques. Basic information about rocks and their composition and characteristics are introduced, as drillers must know how geology affects the drilling process. The personal safety of CCLs working on a drilling site is reviewed in depth. Site safety, hazard communication, health hazards, personal protective equipment, and working around explosives are also covered. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 40
---- Construction Math training introduces CCLs to the basic math skills needed to perform calculations related to distance, area, volume, angles, and weight and measurement on construction projects. Participants are provided instruction and an ample opportunity to measure objects, calculate and perform basic math functions including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole and fractional numbers, measure and estimate volumes, convert fractions to decimals, (and decimals to fractions). In addition participants learn practical applications of the Pythagorean Theorem, formulas for calculating perimeters, area, volume, and the use and function of square roots. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 16
---- Disaster Site Worker training prepares CCLs to safely and effectively work on disaster sites. It provides participants with an understanding of the Incident Command System (ICS) and how it relates to safe and efficient job performance, addresses the characteristics and hazards of man-made and natural disasters, and affords opportunities to learn and demonstrate different disaster response related skills, including use of PPE. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Green Construction training provides CCLs with information about the major factors that affect a green construction project including conservation of natural resources; reduction of carbon emissions; water resource use and conservation; reduction of soil, water and air pollution; and indoor air quality. Participants learn how these emerging issues influence their work and the potential future impact of growth in renewable energy, sustainable buildings, and green construction. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 24
---- Green Roof training introduces participants to the various types of green roofs, the safety hazards associated with the installation of green roofs, and the practices and procedures used during installation of the roof. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 16
---- Lead and Silica in Bridges training is designed to provide instruction to CCLs on two (2) common hazards found on bridge (and other construction) projects: lead and silica exposure. Emphasis is placed on the health hazards, PPE, regulations, and hazard mitigation methods. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Lead Renovator training prepares participants to perform renovation work using lead safe work practices. It meets all EPA and OSHA training requirements under 40 CFR Part 745.225 and 29 CFR Part 1926.62. Lead Renovator training is mandatory for all workers conducting renovation activities where lead-based paint is present in target housing and child occupied facilities. Students participate in active learning through classroom exercises and hands-on training. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 8
---- Material Hoist Attendant training provides training on the roles and responsibilities of the material hoist attendant (bell ringer) and inspection, operation, and maintenance procedures for material hoists used on construction projects. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Metric Measurement in Construction training introduces experienced CCLs and new entrants to the metric system of measurements and application in the construction industry. Units of measure and conversions using practical applications are covered. Participants practice real-world measuring techniques in practical situations. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 32
---- Nuclear Power Plant Worker training is designed for CCLs involved in maintenance and shutdown activities at nuclear power plants or whose job assignments involve unescorted entry into areas controlled for radiological purposes. This program is divided into nine topics, which focus on the theory, basic radiological fundamentals, and the terms CCLs must know to work safely around radiological hazards. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 24
---- Permit Required Confined Space training focuses on the identification of the different types of confined spaces as well as their associated hazards. Participants receive detailed instruction on rules, regulations, and procedures to be followed when entering a confined space as well as methods to mitigate the associated hazards. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Radiation Remediation training provides CCLs with the information they need to work safely in and around radiological contaminated sites. Hands-on training is conducted in a mock training area. Respiratory protection and protective clothing and why they are required are also covered in this training. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 8
---- Respiratory Protection training details the correct use of respirators when airborne hazardous substances are present. Topics include using exposure guides, respirator selection, proper use of respirators, and OSHA respiratory protection program requirements. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Restoration Technician training focuses on commercial clean-up activities associated with fire and/or flood damaged structures. The Restoration Technician course is designed for participants who have received previous training in hazardous waste remediation, asbestos, and lead abatement as this course centers on the theory, application, and practices associated with restoration projects. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Silica Awareness training provides information to CCLs regarding the hazards associated with work activities such as concrete sawing or stone cutting of materials, which contain silica. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 16
---- Solar Panel Installation training teaches the proper system sizing, design, prep work and installation of mounting brackets for photovoltaic (PV) systems, installation of mounting brackets and tubes for hot water systems and involves actual hands-on work associated with roof top, side of building and ground mounted applications. : 16
New Hours 16






#7525 Overhead Door Installer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduction to Industry :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Print Reading :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Ladders :
---- Hangers, Braces and Hardware :
---- Torsion Springs :
---- Seals :
---- Salvage and Recycling :
---- Inspection Criteria :
---- Troubleshooting and Analysis :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rough Openings :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Hardware Installation and Safety :
---- Track Installation and Alignment :
---- Automatic Closer Installation :
---- Remote and Keyless Entry :
---- Weatherization Skills :
---- Door and Window Retro-Fits :
---- Customer Service and Professional Etiquette :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Metal Framing :
---- Opening Modifications :
---- Fire Rated Solid Core and Steel Doors :
---- Balancing Adjustment :
---- Maintenance and Repairs :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Scaffold User :
---- Rigging :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Cutting and Burning :
---- Welding :
New Hours






#7523 Insulation Worker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Energy Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material Recognition :
---- Job Preparation :
---- Measuring & Cutting :
---- Thermal Barriers :
---- Hand & Power Tools :
---- Respirators& PPE :
---- Insulation Blowers :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Batt and Blanket :
---- Foil & Moisture Barrier :
---- Blown-In :
---- Spray Foam :
---- Rigid & Cellular Glass :
---- Sound Control :
---- Weatherstripping :
---- Flexible Foam :
---- Specialty Equipment :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Firestop/Fireproofing :
---- Weatherization skills :
---- Scaffold User :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Supervisory Training :
---- Energy Auditing :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
New Hours






#7524 Locksmith



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 375
---- : 375
New Hours 375
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 1550
---- : 1550
New Hours 1550
Total Hours 1550
---- : 1550
New Hours 1550

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Professional Etiquette :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Product Recognition :
---- Security Hardware :
---- Hinges and Fasteners :
---- Keying Materials :
---- Doors and Door Closers :
---- Glazing :
---- Framing Members :
---- Key Fabrication Equipment :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Locks :
---- Tumbler Locks :
---- Combination Locks :
---- Electronic Locks :
---- Biometric Locks :
---- Window Locks :
---- Keyless and Keypad Entry :
---- Lock Picking :
---- Key Fabrication and Re-keying :
---- Electronic System Programming :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Doors and Door Hardware :
---- Doors and Door Frames :
---- Residential Security Systems :
---- Commercial Security Exit Systems :
---- Fire Door and Closer Systems :
---- Automotive Locks :
---- Video Surveillance Systems :
---- Safes :
---- Emergency Repairs and Replacements :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Electronics :
---- Computer Skills :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Basic Metal Framing :
---- Machining Skills :
---- Glazing Skills :
---- Oxy-acetylene Cutting and Burning :
---- Welding :
New Hours






#7521 Dairy Technologist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Cleaners and cleaning methods. : 500
---- Cleaning, floors, ceilings, general plant equipment, including pest control : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 520
---- Sampling of milk for determination of quality and composition, care and protection of samples. : 520
---- Operation, care and maintenance of can washers, filters, scales and conveyors. : 520
---- Preparation of receiving room records. : 520
New Hours 520
Total Hours 600
---- Set up, adjustment, operation, and clean up of separators and clarifiers. : 600
---- Care of cream. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 520
---- Setting up and operating pasteurizers. : 520
---- Checking temperatures and duration of heating, determining results. : 520
---- Performing operations necessary for the protection of milk and cream after pasteurization. : 520
---- Care and operation of pumps and motors. : 520
---- Cleaning up. : 520
New Hours 520
Total Hours 600
---- Operation, cleaning, sterilization, and maintenance of churn. : 600
---- Handling butter. : 600
---- Keeping of churn room records. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Milk testing for composition and quality control including fat, sediment, metheline blue and other composition and quality control tests relative to the products manufactured. : 600
---- Farm contacts and field work. : 600
---- Methods of approach. : 600
---- Detecting sources and causes of milk quality failure, etc. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Compounding : 600
---- Processing the mix : 600
---- Flavoring : 600
---- Cooling, and proper care of mix : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 400
---- Care and assembly of equipment : 400
---- Preparation of flavors : 400
---- Preparing equipment for operation : 400
---- Temperature, texture, land oven-run control : 400
---- Packaging, novelties, molds, etc. : 400
---- Cleaning up : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 1500
---- Care, operation and maintenance of equipment : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 500
---- Care, operation, and cleaning of bottle fillers, washers, etc. : 500
---- Cooling and storing, control of washing and sterilization solutions. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 100
---- Care, operation and maintenance of equipment, roller or spray type. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 600
---- Firing, operation and maintenance of boilers, cars and operation of refrigeration equipment. : 600
---- Care and maintenance of electric motors, pipe work necessary for installation, of pipe equipment including sanitary piping. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 800
---- Milk sheet records and calculation. : 800
---- Calculating costs and yields, receiving and shipping records, inventories and reports. : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction








#7522 Recreation Assistant



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 48
---- Safety : 48
---- Rules and regulations : 48
---- Activities and Services of a Recreation Facility : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 44
---- Exercise Techniques : 44
---- Motivation : 44
---- Fitness Assessments : 44
---- Group and Team Dynamics : 44
New Hours 44






#7520 Dairy Grazier



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 800
---- Graze different cow groups according to needs : 800
---- Allocate appropriate break of grass : 800
---- Monitor plant health and productivity : 800
---- Control weeds : 800
---- Select plants, grasses, and legumes based on conditions : 800
---- Overseed pastures : 800
---- Renovate pastures : 800
---- Calculate stocking rates : 800
---- Maintain accurate pasture records : 800
---- Illustrate plant and animal interactions and connections : 800
---- Apply soil fertility information to pasture management decision making : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- Move and handle livestock safely : 800
---- Evaluate calf needs and use current resources to meet their requirements : 800
---- Maintain cattle specific records : 800
---- Optimize versus maximize milk production : 800
---- Establish cow breeding cycles : 800
---- Manage herd health : 800
---- Feed cattle : 800
---- Plan for winter feeding, fall harvesting, and purchasing winter feed supplies : 800
---- Develop contingency plans for weather, prices, and unknowns : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- Manage milk cow environment : 800
---- Develop milking protocols : 800
---- Manage milk quality : 800
---- Milk cows : 800
---- Perform milk testing : 800
---- Maintain stock records : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 400
---- Develop a strategy to optimize the amount of feed that comes from pasture : 400
---- Develop a plan to extend the grazing season : 400
---- Determine daily pasture allowance : 400
---- Select quality feed : 400
---- Select feed appropriate to livestock needs : 400
---- Monitor feed, grain and supplemental nutrition : 400
---- Store grain and supplemental feed : 400
---- Maintain supplement feed records and information : 400
---- Plan for winter feed needs : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 200
---- Acquire information from farm records : 200
---- Use computer technology for dairy grazing related information gathering and analysis : 200
---- Access information via the Internet and other sources : 200
---- Analyze financial information related to dairy grazing operations : 200
---- Analyze commodity pricing relationships for rotational dairy grazing (milk, fuel, feed) : 200
---- Perform general business performance analyses based on dairy and grazing information : 200
---- Manage financial resources based on budget and records : 200
---- Make farm decisions based on management information systems : 200
---- Adapt to circumstances or the environment based on reliable information : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Assess soil based on type and conditions : 200
---- Balance and maintain soil conditions and fertility for proper plant nutrient content : 200
---- Show awareness for both organic and non-organic agronomy : 200
---- Coordinate planting, plant growing seasons, and the environment with animal needs : 200
---- Handle chemicals safely and in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions : 200
---- Manage drought conditions based on soil types : 200
---- Manage water quality based on conditions : 200
---- Irrigate soil for optimum productivity : 200
---- Create wildlife habitats and natural areas : 200
---- Apply land conservation techniques based on soil and water quality : 200
---- Illustrate the interrelationships between soil health, fertility and pasture productivity : 200
---- Utilize integrated pest management when needed : 200
---- Manage manure : 200
---- Fertilize pastures : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Manage time effectively : 200
---- Plan forward : 200
---- Coordinate custom operations : 200
---- Retain employees : 200
---- Recruit employees : 200
---- Maintain good landlord and tenant relations : 200
---- Balance profitability, family goals, and rural community impact (people, neighbors, and environment) : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 45
---- The Pasture-Based Dairy and Livestock Seminar will familiarize you with the development and management of pasture-based dairy and livestock farm businesses. : 45
New Hours 45
Total Hours 36
---- Students will learn theory behind farming practices. Topics covered in this course include; roles of digestive nutrients, nutritional requirements at various growth stages, relationship between forage quality and nutrition, ration balancing through calculation of feed, and dry matter intake. Students will learn about various methods of feeding dairy animals, including grazing system principles. Students will also evaluate the use of dairy nutrition feed technologies. : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 36
---- Students will explore the animal environment and adaptation, animal health and behavior as it relates to production and non-production species. Furthermore, it will provide the student with the skills to apply basic veterinary skills, animal behavior, signs of illness, vaccination programs, heard health records, and troubleshoot basic electrical applications. : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 36
---- This course will provide students with a solid background in producing quality milk and utilizing good herd health management practices. Students will be introduced to milking systems and components, milk procedures, sanitation, diseases, udder anatomy, and milk secretion. Students will be exposed to milk quality practices globally. : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 17
---- Functional soil is the foundation of organic systems. Build robust healthy soil through organic matter, micro-organisms, and nutrient cycling. Explore composting techniques, organic fertilizer sources, soil fertility testing, balancing. : 17
New Hours 17
Total Hours 0
---- Pasture walks with dairy grazing specialists will share best practices and grazing skills to apprentices during their apprenticeship. : 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 72
---- Introduction to the basics of livestock management. Management of the Dairy herd with concentration on nutrition, feedstuffs classification, reproduction, genetics, animal behavior, animal health, and sustainable agriculture practices. : 72
New Hours 72
Total Hours 0
---- Annual 2-day spring conference will provide apprentices with an opportunity to network with other dairy graziers and learn current practices and farm trends. Contact Grassworks for information. : 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
---- Small group discussions with other graziers will explore best practices, emerging trends, new approaches to dairy production and grazing operations. : 0
New Hours 0






#7519 Accessibility and Private Residence Lift Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 800
---- General knowledge of basic safety : 800
---- Instruction on proper use of tools : 800
---- General knowledge of National Applicable Codes and Regulations : 800
---- Introduction to basic electricity : 800
---- Print reading : 800
---- Installation basics : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 600
---- Overview of equipment : 600
---- Safety procedures : 600
---- Installation procedures : 600
---- Wiring, power supplies and control circuits : 600
---- Operation of equipment : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 500
---- Overview of equipment : 500
---- Safety procedures : 500
---- Installation procedures : 500
---- Wiring, power supplies and control circuits : 500
---- Operation of equipment : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Overview of equipment : 500
---- Safety procedures : 500
---- Installation procedures : 500
---- Wiring, power supplies and control circuits : 500
---- Operation of equipment : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 8
---- History of Elevators : 8
---- History of Private Residence Elevators : 8
---- Excerpts from the ASME A17.1 Safety Standard Code : 8
---- History Referencing Wheelchair lifts and Private Residence Elevators : 8
---- The A18.1 Safety Standard for Platform Lifts and Stairway Chairlifts : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 2
---- Industry Organizations/Associations : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 10
---- Applicable Codes and Publications : 10
---- ASME Codes and Standards : 10
---- American National Standards Institute (ANSI) : 10
---- National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) : 10
---- The National Electrical Code (NEC) : 10
---- BOCA National Building Code 1996 : 10
---- Uniform Building Code/Standard Building Code : 10
---- Related Publications : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 2
---- Glossary of Terms : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 12
---- Introduction : 12
---- Vertical Platform Lifts : 12
---- Application of Vertical Platform Lifts (VPL) : 12
---- Drive Systems for Vertical Platform Lifts : 12
---- Application of Inclined Platform Lifts : 12
---- Application of Stairway Chairlifts : 12
---- Types of Stairways : 12
---- Drive Types of Stairway Lifts : 12
---- Operation : 12
---- Private Residence Elevator : 12
---- Application of Private Residence Elevators : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Introduction : 12
---- Basic Safety : 12
---- Safety During Construction : 12
---- Service Safety : 12
---- Personal Safety Equipment : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 14
---- OHM’s Law : 14
---- What is Current? : 14
---- Basic Direct Current Circuits/Service vs. Parallel : 14
---- Understanding and Calculating Parallel Circuits : 14
---- Electric Motors : 14
---- Electromechanical Systems : 14
---- Basic Primer on Electrical Devices : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 8
---- Print Terminology : 8
---- Drawing to Scale : 8
---- Introduction to Installation Drawings : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Introduction : 8
---- Planning : 8
---- Environmental Protection : 8
---- Plumb and Square : 8
---- Wiring Methods : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- Overview : 40
---- Landing Doors and Gates : 40
---- Landing Door and Gate-Locking Devices : 40
---- Machinery Tower/Mast : 40
---- Platforms : 40
---- Safeties and Governors : 40
---- Hoistway/Runway Enclosure : 40
---- Wiring, Power Supplies, Control Circuits and Operations : 40
---- Other Components : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Overview : 40
---- Power Supply and Wiring : 40
---- Stairways : 40
---- Power Transfer/Landing Calls : 40
---- Battery Operated Models : 40
---- Barrier Arms : 40
---- Controls and Operation : 40
---- Platform, Safeties, and Governors : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 20
---- Overview : 20
---- Power Supply and Wiring : 20
---- Track Installation : 20
New Hours 20






#7517 Scaffold Erector



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Confined Space :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Scaffold Regulations :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Frame Components :
---- System Components :
---- Tube & Clamp Components :
---- Material Estimation :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Load Calculations :
---- Basic Frame :
---- Basic System :
---- Basic Tube & Clamp :
---- Intermediate Frame :
---- Intermediate System :
---- Advanced Frame :
---- Advanced System :
---- Inspection Criteria :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Re-Shoring :
---- Basic Suspended :
---- Intermediate Suspended :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- UBC Rigging & Signaler Qualification Certificate :
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Supervisory Training :
New Hours






#7518 Drywall Finisher (Taper)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Finish Levels & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand Finishing Tools :
---- Taping Tools :
---- Finishing Materials :
---- Compounds & Mixtures :
---- Automatic Taping Tools :
---- Sanding Tools :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand Filling & Taping :
---- Automatic Taping :
---- Hand Finishing :
---- Details and Patching :
---- Sanding Procedures :
---- Textures :
---- Inspection :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Advanced Finishing :
---- Custom Work :
---- Firestop :
---- Exterior Insulation Finish System (EIFS) :
---- Monokote :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Aerial Lift Qualification :
---- Scaffold User :
---- Basic Metal Framing :
---- Drywall & Trim Application :
New Hours






#7516 Pile Driver



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1,300
---- : 1,300
New Hours 1,300
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hr :
---- First Aid/ CPR/AED :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Confined Space :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Layout :
---- Print Reading :
---- Hand/Power/Engine Driven Tools :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Soil Mechanics :
---- Marine Safety/Seamanship :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to Formwork :
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Form Hardware :
---- Bridge Forms :
---- Piers, Pier & Pile Caps, Columns :
---- Wall Forms :
---- Gang Forms :
---- Slab & Deck Forms :
---- Precast :
---- Footing Forms :
---- Stair Forms :
---- Concrete, Grout, Epoxy :
---- Specialty Forms :
---- Underwater Formwork :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Types of Piling :
---- Crane & Rig Identification & Setup :
---- Pile Driving Accessories :
---- Pile Driving Hammers :
---- Wood Piling :
---- Concrete Piling :
---- Steel Piling :
---- Composite Piling :
---- Cast in Place Piling, :
---- Plastic Piling :
---- Test Pile and Pile Load Testing :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Types of Foundation Systems :
---- Types of Shoring :
---- Types of Underpinning :
---- Cofferdams, Cells :
---- Caissons and Drilled Shafts :
---- Shoring, Lagging, Tiebacks :
---- Pin Piles, Earth Nails, Geotextiles :
---- De-watering :
---- Shoring for Horizontal Boring :
---- Slurry Systems, Cutoff walls, Tremie Pours :
---- Structural Retrofit :
---- Trenching :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Timber Construction :
---- Trestles/Pile Bents :
---- Work Templates, Platforms :
---- Mats and Cribbing :
---- Flumes, Culverts, Irrigation Systems :
---- Bulkheads :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Cutting & Burning :
---- Introduction To Welding :
---- Plasma Cutting :
---- Air Arc Gouging :
---- Field Cutting Techniques :
---- Field Welding Techniques :
---- Layout, Fit up, Fabrication :
---- Plastic Welding :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rigging & Signaling Qualification Certificate :
---- Layout Instruments :
---- Powder Actuated Tools :
---- Advanced Pile Driver Rigging Techniques :
---- HazMat :
---- Lead Abatement :
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Aerial Lift Qualification :
---- Scaffold Erector Qualification :
New Hours






#7515 Form Builder Carpenter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Professional Etiquette :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand & Power Tools :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material Handling :
New Hours






#7514 Dock and Wharf Builder



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1,300
---- : 1,300
New Hours 1,300
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hr :
---- First Aid/ CPR/AED :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Confined Space :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Layout :
---- Print Reading :
---- Hand/Power/Engine Driven Tools :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Soil Mechanics :
---- Marine Safety/Seamanship :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to Formwork :
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Form Hardware :
---- Bridge Forms :
---- Piers, Pier & Pile Caps, Columns :
---- Wall Forms :
---- Gang Forms :
---- Slab & Deck Forms :
---- Precast :
---- Footing Forms :
---- Stair Forms :
---- Concrete, Grout, Epoxy :
---- Specialty Forms :
---- Underwater Formwork :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Types of Piling :
---- Crane & Rig Identification & Setup :
---- Pile Driving Accessories :
---- Pile Driving Hammers :
---- Wood Piling :
---- Concrete Piling :
---- Steel Piling :
---- Composite Piling :
---- Cast in Place Piling, :
---- Plastic Piling :
---- Test Pile and Pile Load Testing, :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Types of Foundation Systems :
---- Types of Shoring :
---- Types of Underpinning :
---- Cofferdams, Cells :
---- Caissons and Drilled Shafts :
---- Shoring, Lagging, Tiebacks :
---- Pin Piles, Earth Nails, Geotextiles :
---- De-watering :
---- Shoring for Horizontal Boring :
---- Slurry Systems, Cutoff walls, Tremie Pours :
---- Structural Retrofit :
---- Trenching :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Timber Construction :
---- Trestles/Pile Bents :
---- Work Templates, Platforms :
---- Mats and Cribbing :
---- Flumes, Culverts, Irrigation Systems :
---- Bulkheads :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Cutting & Burning :
---- Introduction To Welding :
---- Plasma Cutting :
---- Air Arc Gouging :
---- Field Cutting Techniques :
---- Field Welding Techniques :
---- Layout, Fit up, Fabrication :
---- Plastic Welding :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rigging & Signaling Qualification Certificate :
---- Layout Instruments :
---- Powder Actuated Tools :
---- Advanced Pile Driver Rigging Techniques :
---- HazMat :
---- Lead Abatement :
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Aerial Lift Qualification :
---- Scaffold Erector Qualification :
New Hours






#7513 Carpenter Roofer Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduction to Industry :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Print Reading :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Ladders :
---- Hangers, Braces and Hardware :
---- Framing Members :
---- Sheeting :
---- Roofing Underlayment :
---- Ridge Caps and Roof Flashing :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Roof Framing :
---- Hardware Installation and Safety :
---- Composite Shingle :
---- Synthetic Shake :
---- Clay and Composite Tile :
---- Integrated Photovoltaic :
---- Soffits, Fascia and Siding :
---- Rain Gutters :
---- Customer Service and Professional Etiquette :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Commercial Roof Framing :
---- Panelized Roof Structures :
---- EPDM/TPO Membrane Roof :
---- Metal Roof :
---- Solar Roof Tops :
---- Green and Cool Roof Tops :
---- Inspection Criteria :
---- Maintenance and Repairs :
---- Troubleshooting and Analysis :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Scaffold User :
---- Rigging :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Cutting and Burning :
---- Welding :
---- Overhead Door Installation :
---- Weatherization Skills :
---- Door and Window Retro-Fits :
---- Fire Rated Solid Core and Steel Doors :
New Hours






#7512 Carpenter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-hour :
---- First Aid/CPR/AED :
---- Hand, Portable Power & Stationary Tools :
---- Print Reading :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Materials and Fasteners :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Layout :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Insulation & Sound Control :
---- Water & Vapor Barrier :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Footing Forms :
---- Slab Forms :
---- Wall Forms :
---- Columns, Beams, and Girders :
---- Stair Forms :
---- Building Layout :
---- Piers, Pier Caps, Pile Caps :
---- Tilt Up & Precast Panels :
---- Gang Forms :
---- Slab & Deck Forms :
---- Slip Forms :
---- ICFs Walls and Decks :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Joist Framing & Layout :
---- Wall Layout, Plating & Detailing :
---- Walls :
---- Truss Roof Framing :
---- Gable Roof Framing :
---- Hip & Intersecting Roof Framing :
---- Patios & Decks :
---- Stair Framing :
---- Heavy Timber Framing :
---- Wood Blocking :
---- Elevator and Utility Shafts :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material/Fasteners Identification Metal Framing Layout :
---- Floor Joists, Decks, & Walls :
---- Ceiling Joists, Trusses, & Rafters :
---- Metal Stairs :
---- Heavy Load Construction :
---- Metal Blocking :
---- Elevator and Utility Shafts :
---- Specialty Framing :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Siding :
---- Roof Covering :
---- Exterior Doors & Windows :
---- Weather-proofing :
---- Trims, Gutters & Components :
---- Installation of Pre-built Panels :
---- EIFS Systems :
---- Standing Seam Roofs :
---- Commercial Doors :
---- Commercial Windows :
---- Roll Up & Retractable Doors :
---- Store Front Trims& Components :
---- Handicap Access :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Drywall Installation :
---- Paneling :
---- Trim :
---- Shelving & Misc. Fixtures :
---- Cabinet Installation :
---- Countertop Installation :
---- Solid Surface Installation :
---- Stair Installation :
---- Wood Flooring :
---- Office Systems :
---- Store Fixtures :
---- Handicap Hardware :
---- Commercial Door Hardware :
---- Demountable Partitions :
---- Wall Coverings :
---- Ceiling Systems :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Transit/Level :
---- Laser Level :
---- Scaffold Erector Qualification :
---- Introduction to Welding :
---- Oxy/Acetylene Cutting Torch :
---- Powder Actuated Tools :
New Hours






#7510 Boat Builder



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 715
---- : 715
New Hours 715
Total Hours 1950
---- : 1950
New Hours 1950
Total Hours 1820
---- : 1820
New Hours 1820

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material Recognition :
---- Material handling and Lumber Storage :
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Millwork Equipment :
---- Sealer and Finishing Materials :
---- Fasteners & Hardware :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Member Fabrication :
---- Main Timber Assembly :
---- Planking and Ceiling :
---- Super-structure installation :
---- Decking and Flooring :
---- Lofting :
---- Glass Work :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Mast, Boom, and Bowsprit Fabrication :
---- Fit and Secure Spar Fittings :
---- Protective Coating Application :
---- Engine and Mechanical System Installation :
---- Staging and Launching :
---- Repairs and Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rigging :
---- Welding :
---- Machinery Alignment :
New Hours






#7511 Bridge Carpenter-Heavy Highway



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand & Power Tools :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hazardous Material Handling :
---- Concrete Composition :
---- Mixtures & Additives :
---- Repairs & Slab Troubleshooting :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Abutment & Bridges :
---- Concrete Design and Specialty Applications :
---- Grinding, Polishing & Sealing :
New Hours






#7509 Acoustical Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 245
---- : 245
New Hours 245
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- General Safety :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- OSHA 30-Hour :
---- First Aid/CPR :
---- Materials & Handling :
---- Print Reading I :
---- Print Reading II :
---- Layout :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Hand Tools :
---- Portable Power Tools :
---- Codes and Standards :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Infection Control Risk Assessment ICRA Best Practices in Health Care Construction :
---- Fastening Systems :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Laser Safety :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- (Intro to) Metal Wall Framing :
---- Soffits :
---- Metal Jambs & Window Frames :
---- Access Floors :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Drywall Application :
---- Sound & Fire Systems :
---- Pre-finished Drywall :
---- Fire Stop :
---- Plaster :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Intro to Ceiling Systems :
---- Exposed Grids :
---- Framed drywall :
---- Drywall grid :
---- Acoustical soffits :
---- Concealed grid :
---- Open grid :
---- Custom Ceiling Trims and moldings :
---- Metal systems :
---- Rated Ceilings :
---- Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum & Concrete :
---- Specialty/Curved Ceilings :
---- Clean Room Grid :
---- Clouds & Channels :
New Hours






#7506 Utility Locator/Locator Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of electromagnetic theory as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of a simple circuit as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of signal frequency as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of signal power as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding regarding signal distortion. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of the three methods of signal application (direct connect, close induction/clamp & induction). : 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge of basic transmitter operation. : 160
---- Demonstrate proper equipment maintenance procedures. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of common receiver antenna configurations. : 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge of basic receiver operation. : 160
---- Demonstrate proper equipment maintenance procedures. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Satisfactorily delineate the approximate horizontal location of buried facilities. : 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of different marking systems. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 816
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the physical utility system(s) being located. : 816
---- Demonstrate a basic understanding of the mapping system for the facility(ies) being located. : 816
New Hours 816
Total Hours 130
---- Correctly identify the most common surface structures of each utility system. : 130
---- Correctly identify different visual evidence of the presence of buried facilities : 130
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge regarding private facilities. : 130
New Hours 130
Total Hours 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of safe work practices. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of emergency response requirements. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the hazards surrounding confined space entry. : 130
New Hours 130
Total Hours 130
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of One-Call regulations and processes for the assigned area of responsibility. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of locate request documentation. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of locate response documentation. : 130
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of the damage investigation process. : 130
New Hours 130
Total Hours 130
---- Promote positive working relationships with excavators & the public. : 130
New Hours 130

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 64
---- Basic Locator Theory : 64
---- Use and care of a Transmitter : 64
---- Use and care of a Receiver : 64
---- Marking Procedures (APWA) : 64
New Hours 64
Total Hours 192
---- Communications : 192
---- Electric Utilities : 192
---- Water/Reclaimed Water Utilities : 192
---- Sewer Utilities : 192
---- Gas Utilities : 192
---- Visual Observation Skills : 192
---- Safe Work Practices & Regulation : 192
---- One Call Regulation, Documentation and IT : 192
---- Excavator/Customer Relations : 192
---- Locating Pipelines (Operator Qualification) : 192
New Hours 192






#7507 Professional Brewer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 491
---- : 491
New Hours 491
Total Hours 399
---- : 399
New Hours 399
Total Hours 399
---- : 399
New Hours 399
Total Hours 399
---- : 399
New Hours 399

Technical Instruction








#7508 Optics Manufacturing Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7503 Wildland Fire Fighter Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 20
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: Identify and mitigate safety hazards in the work environment, review/write Job Hazard Analysis, and conduct safety briefings during prescribed fire and wildland fire activities. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 1,400
---- Preparedness: physical fitness conditioning, conduct fire ground proficiency drills, obtain weather forecasts and fire intelligence, maintain fire equipment such as tools, vehicles, and pumps, and facility maintenance. Instruct and mentor module crewmembers. : 1,400
---- Fire Suppression: the fire suppression work portion requires 240 hours minimum on each of 2 of the 4 options (Engines, Crews, Aviation, Dozers), 1 of which must be either Engines or Crews. Experience can be gained during initial attack, extended attack, large incidents, fire rehabilitation projects or restoration assignments. : 1,400
---- Fuels Management: the Fuels Management work portion requires 80 hours minimum serving in various functions during the planning, preparation, implementation and monitoring phases of fire use, such as prescribed fire and mechanical/chemical vegetation treatments. : 1,400
New Hours 1,400
Total Hours 10
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: timekeeping, record keeping, fire reports, medical forms, incident check-in and demobilization. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: Fire Management Plans (FMP), Prevention Plan, Pre-attack, Cooperators, Land Use Plans, and Community Wildfire Protection Plans (CWPP). : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 30
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: fire investigation, school/public presentations, issuing permits, and public contacts. : 30
New Hours 30

Technical Instruction








#7504 Ironworker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 175
---- Name and proper use : 175
---- Care : 175
---- Safety : 175
New Hours 175
Total Hours 250
---- Identification : 250
---- Shapes : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 400
---- Light equipment-blocks, ropes, etc. : 400
---- Heavy equipment-derricks, etc. : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 2000
---- Layout : 2000
---- Drilling : 2000
---- Welding-acetylene and electric: cutting and burning : 2000
---- Riveting: selection of proper size and types of rivets; heating rivets; use and care of tools : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 375
---- Sorting materials : 375
---- Distributing : 375
New Hours 375
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 400
---- Hook on : 400
---- Learn signals : 400
---- Learn safety factors : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 500
---- Use of cables and turnbuckles : 500
---- Use of instruments : 500
---- Use of hydraulic jacks : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 900
---- Layout : 900
---- Fit-up : 900
New Hours 900

Technical Instruction








#7505 Railroad Safety Inspector (Level I)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Gain a detailed understanding of the structure of the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA). : 200
---- Gain a detailed understanding of the roles of regional supervisors, specialists, inspectors, and grade crossing managers. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of the FRA’s ethical requirements. : 200
---- Gain a fundamental understanding of the FRA’s statutory authority. : 200
---- Demonstrate an understanding of policy related to personal safety. : 200
---- Gain a fundamental understanding of Operation Lifesaver (OL) and the FRA’s relationship to this organization. : 200
---- Gain a detailed understanding of the roles of the regional administrative staff and support staff. : 200
---- Demonstrate access to and use of the Office of Safety Web Site to obtain summary accident and incident data. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of the reports used by the FRA for investigations. : 200
---- Become proficient at using FRA’s MS Outlook Program. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of personal safety concerns prior to going into a railroad yard, shipping facility, intermodal facility, or tank car shop facility. : 200
---- Complete the Workplace Safety computer generated training program. : 200
---- Understand and apply the elements of an On-Track Safety (OTS) job briefing at a work site. : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Become familiar with all FRA Hazardous Material (HM) Forms. : 200
---- Become familiar with the HM Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the Hazardous Substance & Reportable Quantities (RQ) Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the Marine Pollutant Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the Segregation Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the requirements regarding the Handling of Placarded Rail Cars. : 200
---- Become familiar with HM Classes/Divisions. : 200
---- Become familiar with the HM requirements regarding Shipping Papers. : 200
---- Identify items required on a shipping paper. : 200
---- Know when shipping paper is required. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of railroad employees who are involved in the transportation of HM. : 200
---- Define/Identify interdepartmental roles and responsibilities that exist at a typical facility that loads/unloads and ships HM. : 200
---- Familiarization of Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG). : 200
---- Identify railroad related associations such as the American Association of Railroads (AAR) and the Bureau of Explosives (BOE). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 300
---- Become familiar with the CFR Parts enforced by Motive Power and Equipment (MP&E) Inspectors. : 300
---- Become familiar with all FRA MP&E forms and discipline specific reports. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad safety rules that are particular to Maintenance of Equipment employees. : 300
---- Describe the various types of locomotives and their primary applications. : 300
---- Describe the various types of freight cars and their primary uses. : 300
---- Describe the job titles and functions of each principal employee of the Mechanical Department. : 300
---- Identify a standard railroad freight car truck. : 300
---- Describe some of the basic components of a locomotive. : 300
---- Use the AAR standards to describe certain locations of locomotives and cars. : 300
---- Describe some of the basic components of freight or passenger cars. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Become familiar with the CFR Parts enforced by Operating Practices Inspectors. : 300
---- Become familiar with all FRA OP forms and other discipline specific reports. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad safety rules that are particular to Operating Practices employees. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad operating rules. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad operations within a flat switching yard; to include employees, their job functions, how freight is processed through the yard, and how the different departments relate to each other. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad operations within a hump yard; to include employees, their job functions, how freight is processed through the yard, and how the different departments relate to each other. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of main track train operations. : 300
---- Compare switching operations at hump and flat yards. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of train dispatching operations. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 250
---- Become familiar with the CFR Parts enforced by FRA S&TC Inspectors. : 250
---- Brief introduction and understanding of S&TC inspector’s duties. : 250
---- Become familiar with the S&TC Compliance Manual (Technical Manual). : 250
---- Draw an organizational chart of a typical railroad S&TC Department and gain a fundamental understanding of signal system installation and maintenance. : 250
---- Introduction to the various railroad signal systems inspected by S&TC Inspectors. : 250
---- Introduction into basic electricity and Ohms Law. : 250
---- Brief introduction regarding the correct usage of a multi- meter. : 250
---- Introduction of railroad S&TC definitions and terminology. : 250
---- Brief introduction regarding components commonly used in railroad S&TC systems. : 250
New Hours 250

Technical Instruction








#7501 Stationary Engineer-Power House



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1015
---- : 1015
New Hours 1015
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 743
---- : 743
New Hours 743
Total Hours 2475
---- : 2475
New Hours 2475
Total Hours 420
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New Hours 420
Total Hours 500
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New Hours 500
Total Hours 575
---- : 575
New Hours 575
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction








#7502 Experimental Auto (Product Engineering Layout and Assembly)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 440
---- : 440
New Hours 440
Total Hours 2068
---- Engine : 2068
---- Hydramatic Transmission : 2068
---- Standard Transmission : 2068
---- Propeller Shaft : 2068
---- Rear Axle : 2068
---- Front End : 2068
---- Steering Gear : 2068
---- Brakes : 2068
New Hours 2068
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 800
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New Hours 800
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 1020
---- : 1020
New Hours 1020
Total Hours 850
---- : 850
New Hours 850
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction








#7500 Heating, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration Installer/Servicer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of types : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of safe handling of refrigerants : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of safe handling of pressurized gasses : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of safe handling of combustibles : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of SDS (Safety Data Sheet) information to material : 40
---- Work in a safe and workman-like manner abiding applicable local, state, and federal regulations; EPA (environmental), DOT(environmental), DOT (motor vehicles) and OSHA (worker safety) : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of first aid procedures for occupational hazards : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of lockout & tag out procedures : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of safe ladder usage : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge and use of personal fall protection equipment : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 300
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New Hours 300
Total Hours 40
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New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
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New Hours 40
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
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New Hours 20
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 60
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New Hours 60
Total Hours 20
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New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
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New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
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New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
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New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
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New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
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New Hours 20
Total Hours 80
---- : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 80
---- : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 80
---- : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Instruction Content for Year 1 Only :
New Hours
Total Hours 1.5
---- Understand career clusters and career pathways. : 1.5
---- Evaluate HVACR career options. : 1.5
---- Determine which exams and corresponding certifications are most suited for achieving your career goals. : 1.5
---- Understand the tools needed for success in the workplace. : 1.5
---- Understand the value of an accredited HVACR program. : 1.5
---- Explain the value of continuing education and training. Understand EPA regulations as they relate to air conditioning and refrigeration. : 1.5
---- Become involved in HVACR service organizations and trade associations. : 1.5
New Hours 1.5
Total Hours 3
---- Describe OSHA and its purpose. : 3
---- Properly assess electrical, fire, temperature, pressure, refrigerant, chemical, and breathing hazards. : 3
---- Explain the components of a safety data sheet (SDS). : 3
---- Discuss the need for personal protective equipment (PPE) for head, hearing, eye, and respiratory protection. : 3
---- Exercise safe practices when lifting, using a ladder or scaffold, for fall protection, in confined spaces, and for hand and power tools. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 1.5
---- Describe three general categories of HVACR service. : 1.5
---- Explain the steps in a standard troubleshooting procedure. : 1.5
---- Evaluate a problem in a logical and systematic sequence. : 1.5
---- Select a remedy for a problem using a three-step procedure. : 1.5
---- Explain how a technician’s appearance and conduct affects customer relations. : 1.5
---- Understand the basics for writing service estimates and service contracts. : 1.5
New Hours 1.5
Total Hours 3
---- Differentiate between matter and energy. : 3
---- Summarize the relationship between force, work, and power. : 3
---- Differentiate between the Fahrenheit, Celsius, Rankine, and Kelvin temperature scales. : 3
---- Use the appropriate formulas to calculate enthalpy, specific enthalpy, and changes in heat for a given substance. : 3
---- Compare the radiation, convection, and conduction methods of heat transfer. : 3
---- Illustrate the differences between the three states of matter. : 3
---- Differentiate between sensible heat and latent heat. : 3
---- Predict the effect of a drop-in temperature or an increase in pressure on a saturated vapor. : 3
---- Summarize the relationships between mass, weight, and density. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Describe the effect on gas pressure and temperature when its volume is increased or decreased. : 3
---- Describe Pascal’s law and provide examples of it in the HVACR industry. : 3
---- Illustrate the effect of pressure and heat on the three states of matter. : 3
---- Differentiate between gauge pressure and absolute pressure. : 3
---- Understand how the concepts of Boyle’s law, Charles’ law, Gay-Lussac’s law, and the combined gas law explain the behavior of refrigerant in the operation of a mechanical refrigeration system. : 3
---- Describe Dalton’s law and explain how it can be applied to HVACR work. : 3
---- Explain the significance of saturated vapors in a refrigeration system. : 3
---- Describe how the processes of air exchange, pressure change, and state change provide a cooling effect. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Explain how phase changes are used in refrigeration systems to transfer heat. : 3
---- Describe how phase change is possible through pressure change or the addition or removal of heat. : 3
---- Summarize the four phases of the compression refrigeration cycle. : 3
---- Identify the components that divide the low and high sides of a compression refrigeration system. : 3
---- Understand the purpose of each of the components in a compression refrigeration system. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Explain how to use various hand tools. : 3
---- Select the appropriate hand tool for a specific task. : 3
---- Select the appropriate power tool for a specific task. : 3
---- Monitor temperature with various thermometers. : 3
---- Identify different types of fastening methods and devices. : 3
---- Compare cleaning methods and the use of various solvents. : 3
---- Identify basic supplies needed on a typical installation or service call. : 3
---- Follow approved safety procedures. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 2.5
---- Distinguish among the various types of tubing and piping used in refrigeration work. : 2.5
---- Explain the uses of the various types of tubing and piping in refrigeration work. : 2.5
---- Perform tube cutting and bending procedures using proper methods. : 2.5
---- Complete various tubing and piping connecting procedures using approved methods. : 2.5
---- Use safe and accepted soldering and brazing techniques. : 2.5
---- Follow approved safety procedures. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Recognize the effect of halogenated refrigerants on the ozone layer. : 3.5
---- Summarize Environmental Protection Agency regulations governing refrigerants. : 3.5
---- Differentiate between CFC, HCFC, HFC, and blended refrigerants. : 3.5
---- Identify refrigerants according to their series number and cylinder color code. : 3.5
---- Interpret pressure-temperature curves, pressure-enthalpy tables, and pressure-enthalpy diagrams. : 3.5
---- Summarize the properties and common applications of different refrigerants. : 3.5
---- Identify which types of refrigerants are compatible with which lubricants. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Distinguish between the different types of refrigerant cylinders and identify the proper use of each type. : 2.5
---- Identify the different kinds of pressure gauges and how they are used. : 2.5
---- Recognize the various types of service valves used on refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Understand the purpose, construction, and operation of a gauge manifold. : 2.5
---- List the types of leak detection methods and their advantages and disadvantages. : 2.5
---- Explain the purpose for using a vacuum pump. : 2.5
---- Describe the types of equipment used for refrigerant recovery and recycling. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Check refrigerant charge by determining a system’s superheat or sub-cooling. : 3.5
---- Implement both passive and active refrigerant recovery procedures. : 3.5
---- Charge a system with an inert gas to pressure test for leaks. : 3.5
---- Carry out refrigeration system leak repairs using either epoxy resin or brazing. : 3.5
---- Evacuate a refrigeration system using both deep vacuum and triple evacuation methods. : 3.5
---- Charge a specific amount of refrigerant into a system as either a liquid or vapor. : 3.5
---- Follow approved safety procedures when recovering and charging refrigerant. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 2
---- Identify the parts of an atom. : 2
---- Use Ohm’s law to explain the mathematical relationship among voltage, current, and resistance. : 2
---- Contrast the properties and applications of static electricity, direct current, and alternating current. : 2
---- Summarize the three types of materials used in electrical and electronic parts and systems. : 2
---- Design diagrams of series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits. : 2
---- Use formulas to calculate the voltage drop across an electrical load. : 2
---- List the components of an electromagnet and factors that affect the strength of its magnetic field. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Use mathematical formulas to calculate root mean square values, apparent power, and power factor. : 2
---- Summarize how resistance, inductive reactance, and capacitive reactance cause power loss and affect power factor in electrical circuits. : 2
---- Understand the difference between single-phase and three-phase power. : 2
---- Define a Class 2 circuit and identify the types of electrical connections an HVACR technician is permitted to make. : 2
---- Recall wire size terminology and connect wires using wire terminals and crimping. : 2
---- Explain the importance of properly grounding and bonding an electrical system. : 2
---- Describe the purpose and operation of various overcurrent protection devices used in circuits. : 2
---- Identify the different types and causes of common electrical problems. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Discuss how electrons and holes move through a semiconductor based on the principle of hole flow. : 2
---- Explain how forward biased and reverse biased diodes affect the flow of current in a circuit. : 2
---- Define a control circuit and distinguish between electronic and electrical devices used in a control circuit. : 2
---- Summarize the operation of various electronic semiconductor devices and how they are used in HVACR systems. : 2
---- Understand the purpose of microprocessors and computers in HVACR. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 3
---- Identify the basic parts of a motor. : 3
---- Explain how a motor operates based on the codependent relationship of magnetism and electricity. : 3
---- Calculate a motor’s synchronous speed and explain how it is different than the motor’s full-load speed. : 3
---- Compare how motor windings and capacitors are used to start single-phase motors. : 3
---- Summarize the different starting and running characteristics of various single-phase motors. : 3
---- Understand the structure and basic operation of a three-phase motor. : 3
---- Identify the differences between electronically commutated motors and ac motors. : 3
---- Select the proper motor for an application by analyzing standard motor data found on motor nameplates. : 3
---- Identify the different applications of motors in HVACR systems. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Understand the difference between pictorial and ladder circuit diagrams. : 3
---- Describe how range and differential adjustments are used to calibrate temperature and pressure controls. : 3
---- Identify the various types of temperature-sensing devices used in motor controls. : 3
---- Compare the operation of various electromagnetic and electronic motor starting relays. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3.5
---- Use different testing instruments to measure electrical variables in a circuit : 3.5
---- Test motor winding insulation using a megohmmeter and perform maintenance based on the measured resistance. : 3.5
---- Determine the cause of motor trouble by checking a motor’s current draw, start and run capacitors, and internal temperature. : 3.5
---- Measure a three-phase motor’s voltage and winding resistance to test it for single phasing. : 3.5
---- Use an ohmmeter to take measurements on a hermetic compressor motor and determine whether it has a shorted winding, an open winding, or a short to ground. : 3.5
---- Start a stuck hermetic compressor motor by connecting a hard start kit to the compressor terminals. : 3.5
---- Service fan motors by identifying connection problems, fan problems, and electronically commutated motor trouble codes. : 3.5
---- Properly lubricate motor bearings and install belts connecting external motors to belt-driven units. : 3.5
---- Troubleshoot and replace faulty control system components, such as thermostats and motor starting relays. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Summarize the design differences between open-drive compressors, fully hermetic compressors, and semi-hermetic compressors. : 2.5
---- Identify the components of a reciprocating piston compressor and summarize their functions. : 2.5
---- Understand how a Scotch yoke type of reciprocating compressor works. : 2.5
---- Explain how a rotary compressor works. : 2.5
---- Summarize the differences between rotating vane and stationary blade rotary compressors. : 2.5
---- Understand how a scroll compressor works. : 2.5
---- Explain how a screw compressor works. : 2.5
---- Identify the components of a centrifugal compressor and summarize their functions. : 2.5
---- Identify and explain the purpose of compressor cooling and lubrication systems, mufflers, and crankcase heaters. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 2
---- Explain ideal compressor operating conditions and requirements. : 2
---- Describe the use and operation of compressor protection devices, such as overcurrent protection devices, overload devices, crankcase pressure regulators, discharge line pressure switches, and discharge line thermostats. : 2
---- Explain the role an accumulator plays in a system and how it accomplishes its purpose. : 2
---- Understand the components that maintain proper oil and refrigerant flow to the compressor. : 2
---- Explain the operation of oil separators, oil reservoirs, oil level regulators, and oil safety control. : 2
---- Summarize the purpose of vibration absorbers and the techniques for installing them. : 2
---- Explain the purpose and operation of crankcase heaters. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Summarize the purpose of metering devices. : 4
---- Categorize metering devices as modulating or fixed. : 4
---- Summarize the design and function of capillary tube and fixed-orifice metering devices. : 4
---- Explain the design and function of common types of thermostatic expansion valves (TXVs). : 4
---- Summarize the design and function of automatic expansion valves (AXVs). : 4
---- Explain the design and function of common types of electronic expansion valves (EEVs). : 4
---- Understand the differences between high-side float (HSF) refrigerant controls and low-side float (LSF) refrigerant controls. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 3
---- Compare and contrast air-cooling and liquid-cooling evaporators. : 3
---- Explain the construction of fin-and-tube, plate, and microchannel evaporators. : 3
---- Compare and contrast domestic, air-conditioning, and commercial refrigeration evaporators. : 3
---- Summarize the operation of evaporator defrost controls and defrosting methods. : 3
---- Describe the different types of water-cooled condensers. : 3
---- Explain the modes of operation of evaporative condensers. : 3
---- Compare and contrast domestic, air-conditioning, and commercial refrigeration condensers. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Explain the two primary functions of refrigerant loop components. : 3
---- Describe the purpose and uses of liquid receivers. : 3
---- Differentiate between the distinct duties of filters and driers. : 3
---- Explain the function of suction line and liquid line filter-driers. : 3
---- Explain how sight glasses can be used to indicate the amount of moisture in a refrigeration system. : 3
---- Describe the operation and use of refrigerant line valves, shutoff valves, service valves, check valves, solenoid valves, hot-gas defrost valves, hot-gas bypass valves, and liquid injection valves. : 3
---- Explain the operation and purpose of crankcase pressure regulators (CPRs). : 3
---- Compare the operation of the different types of evaporator pressure regulators (EPRs). : 3
---- Compare and contrast the different types of relief valves available. : 3
---- Describe the different head pressure control valves and condenser arrangements and explain how they operate to maintain head pressure. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Summarize the differences between domestic refrigeration systems and commercial refrigeration systems. : 3
---- Recall the causes of food spoilage and explain how domestic refrigeration systems minimize spoilage. : 3
---- Summarize the operation of an automatic defrost system in a frost-free freezer. : 3
---- Illustrate airflow patterns in top, bottom, and side-by-side refrigerator-freezer units. : 3
---- Explain how refrigerator and freezer cabinets are constructed. : 3
---- Identify the features of gaskets used in refrigerator and freezer doors. : 3
---- Identify available and innovative refrigeration and freezer units. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Explain the function of the basic components in a domestic compression refrigerator-freezer. : 3
---- Understand how common cooling controls maintain the desired conditions inside a domestic refrigerator-freezer. : 3
---- Describe how dampers are used to control temperatures in frozen food and fresh food compartments of a domestic refrigerator-freezer. : 3
---- Understand the operation of common defrost systems used in domestic refrigerator-freezers. : 3
---- Explain the purpose of condensation controls in domestic refrigerator-freezers and describe their operation. : 3
---- Describe the methods used to control conditions inside crispers and humidity-controlled drawers. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 2.5
---- Check domestic compression refrigerators for proper installation. : 2.5
---- Use the proper procedure for starting a domestic refrigerator-freezer. : 2.5
---- Interpret common symptoms of system malfunction. : 2.5
---- Use proper procedures to test a domestic refrigerator-freezer’s auxiliary circuits. : 2.5
---- Explain the use of piercing valves, pinching tools, and valve adapters. : 2.5
---- Interpret temperature and pressure conditions inside a refrigeration system to determine points of failure. : 2.5
---- Summarize common symptoms of internal component failure and their possible causes. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Apply the proper techniques to clean a condenser and compressor in a domestic refrigerator. : 3.5
---- Explain the steps required to prepare a domestic refrigerator or freezer for internal service. : 3.5
---- Summarize the steps required to return a domestic refrigerator or freezer to service after a motor burnout. : 3.5
---- Apply the proper procedure to remove and replace a compressor in a domestic refrigerator or freezer. : 3.5
---- Use the proper procedures to repair leaks in condensers and evaporators. : 3.5
---- Apply the proper procedures to clean or replace a capillary tube. : 3.5
---- Summarize the procedure for selecting, removing, and installing filter-driers. : 3.5
---- Compare the different methods of charging a small hermetic refrigeration system. : 3.5
---- Summarize different methods of calibrating, testing, and adjusting thermostatic controls in refrigerator-freezers. : 3.5
---- Explain considerations to take when removing system components from a cabinet. : 3.5
---- Summarize the steps required to properly discard or store a domestic refrigerator or freezer. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 3
---- Understand the concepts of climate and weather. : 3
---- Summarize the purpose of air-conditioning systems. : 3
---- Identify the layers of the atmosphere and the primary components of air. : 3
---- Understand the relationships between humidity, relative humidity, and dew point. : 3
---- Use a hygrometer to measure moisture in the air. : 3
---- Differentiate between wet-bulb and dry-bulb temperatures. : 3
---- Explain the principles of psychometry and the use of psychrometric charts. : 3
---- Summarize the range of air conditions that fall within the human comfort range. : 3
---- Understand how air movement affects human comfort. : 3
---- Use anemometers, pitot tubes, and manometers to measure air velocity. : 3
---- Identify external factors that affect indoor air conditions. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Identify the agencies and standards that regulate indoor air quality. : 3
---- Categorize indoor air pollutants as solid or gas pollutants and provide examples of each. : 3
---- Recall the factors that affect indoor air quality. : 3
---- Recognize the main sources of pollutants that adversely affect residential and commercial indoor air quality. : 3
---- Summarize the processes used to assess residential and commercial indoor air quality. : 3
---- Summarize the steps that can be taken to prevent indoor air quality problems. : 3
---- Differentiate between sick building syndrome, building-related illness, and multiple-chemical sensitivity. : 3
---- Compare the different types of air filters available. : 3
---- Summarize the different air cleaning methods used to improve indoor air quality. : 3
---- Explain the operation and maintenance of ultraviolet air treatment system. : 3
---- Differentiate between heat recovery ventilators (HRVs) and energy recovery ventilators (ERVs). : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 4
---- Recall the properties of air that affect air distribution system design or installation. : 4
---- Categorize air circulation systems. : 4
---- Determine the basic ventilation requirements for a given space. : 4
---- Identify the basic types of air duct systems. : 4
---- Explain the relationships between air distribution and duct sizing and design. : 4
---- Understand the procedure for correctly sizing ducts. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Recall the various methods for checking airflow and air leakage. : 2
---- Explain how to identify, isolate, and correct duct noise problems. : 2
---- Use proper equipment and techniques to clean a duct system. : 2
---- Apply knowledge of airflow to balance a duct system. : 2
---- Recall methods of removing odors from the air. : 2
---- Summarize periodic maintenance tasks that must be performed on fans. : 2
---- Explain procedures for inspecting and servicing various types of air filters. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2.5
---- Explain the purpose of comfort cooling systems. : 2.5
---- Describe the cooling and dehumidifying process of an air-conditioning system and show the relationship of dry-bulb temperature, moisture content, and relative humidity on a psychrometric chart. : 2.5
---- Summarize the characteristics of window and wall-mounted room air conditioners. : 2.5
---- Install and service window and wall-mounted room air conditioners. : 2.5
---- Discuss the operation and application of packaged terminal air conditioners and console air conditioners. : 2.5
---- Identify the characteristics and uses of portable air conditioners. : 2.5
---- Explain the operation, components, and arrangement of ductless split systems. : 2.5
---- Install and service ductless split systems. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Identify the characteristics of a central air-conditioning system. : 3.5
---- Explain the differences between unitary and field-erected air-conditioning systems. : 3.5
---- Identify the characteristics of a split air-conditioning system. : 3.5
---- Identify the types of controls commonly used in central air-conditioning systems. : 3.5
---- Summarize the steps required to install central air-conditioning. : 3.5
---- Identify the areas of a central air-conditioning system that must be periodically inspected. : 3.5
---- Explain the tasks that must be completed as part of central air-conditioning system service. : 3.5
---- Understand the operation of variable refrigerant flow (VRF) as it is used in residential heating and cooling systems. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 4
---- Summarize the features of rooftop units and packaged outdoor air-conditioning units. : 4
---- Identify the types of controls commonly used in commercial air-conditioning systems. : 4
---- Explain how variable refrigerant flow is incorporated into commercial air-conditioning applications. : 4
---- Explain the basic operation of a chiller system. : 4
---- Compare the different types of compressors that can be used in chiller systems. : 4
---- Explain the basic function and operation of a cooling tower. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Explain the absorption refrigeration cycle and process. : 2
---- Identify the heat sources that can be used to operate an absorption air-conditioning system. : 2
---- Summarize the operation of residential and commercial absorption chillers. : 2
---- Compare direct-fired and indirect fired absorption systems. : 2
---- Understand the difference between single-effect and double-effect absorption chillers. : 2
---- Explain the differences in operation between ammonia and lithium bromide absorption systems. : 2
---- Understand how multiple absorption units can be combined in a multiple unit load system. : 2
---- Summarize the energy efficiency advantages of an absorption air-conditioning system. : 2
---- Explain the basic concepts behind evaporative cooling. : 2
---- Understand how a roof pond works. : 2
---- Summarize the function of a roof mist cooling system. : 2
---- Summarize the steps involved in absorption cooling system service. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Understand the basics of relative humidity (rh), moisture content in the air, and the effect of dry-bulb temperature on humidity levels. : 2
---- Summarize the design and operation of a typical dehumidifier. : 2
---- Understand the steps involved in humidifier installation and service. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Describe how a thermostat can function in different roles in HVACR systems. : 4
---- Explain the operating principles of different temperature-reactive components and the switching components used in thermostats. : 4
---- List the features and options available in modern thermostats. : 4
---- Understand the differences among heating, cooling, combination, and multistage thermostats. : 4
---- Understand the purpose and operation of anticipators in thermostats. : 4
---- Summarize the operations and applications of line-voltage, low-voltage, and millivolt thermostats. : 4
---- Identify and explain the operation of line-voltage thermostats. : 4
---- Explain the operation of low-voltage thermostats. : 4
---- Understand the use and operation of millivolt thermostats in standing-pilot heating systems. : 4
---- Explain the use and operation of wireless and power-stealing thermostats. : 4
---- Program and set up a programmable thermostat. : 4
---- Identify thermostat wiring terminals by their letters. : 4
---- Arrange free cooling through the use of an air-side economizer in a forced-air HVAC system. : 4
---- Evaluate a building to determine suitable locations for thermostats and remote sensing devices. : 4
---- Diagnose an HVAC system that is not operating properly by using its thermostat. : 4
---- Diagnose a high current draw on a step-down transformer used with a low-voltage thermostat. : 4
---- Understand the operation and purpose of the various components used in a forced-air zoned system. : 4
---- Troubleshoot forced-air zoned system that is not operating properly. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- Understand the principles of heat loss and heat gain. : 4
---- Compare the sources of heat loads for heating and heat loads for cooling. : 4
---- Explain the relationship between a material’s K-value, C-value, U-value, and R-value and the rate at which heat is transferred through the material. : 4
---- Summarize the use of indoor and outdoor design temperatures in calculating heat loads. : 4
---- Understand the relationship between surface area and heat transfer rate. : 4
---- Compare the techniques for finding a building component’s heat transfer rate using the component’s C-values, K-values, U-value, and R-values. : 4
---- Explain how heat load calculations differ depending on whether the building is built on a basement, a slab, or a crawl space. : 4
---- Understand infiltration and exfiltration and explain their effects on heat load. : 4
---- Summarize the effect of sunlight on cooling loads and methods of reducing sun loads. : 4
---- Understand heat lag and its effect on heat loads. : 4
---- Identify miscellaneous smaller heat loads within a building that affect the calculation of total heating or cooling loads. : 4
---- Use a worksheet or computer program to properly calculate total heating and cooling loads for a building. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Identify the basic components of a forced-air heating system and explain their functions. : 2
---- Understand the difference between a condensing and a noncondensing furnace. : 2
---- Describe the different types of indoor blower and combustion blower arrangements. : 2
---- Compare and contrast upflow, downflow, and horizontal furnaces. : 2
---- Summarize the operation of two-stage furnaces and modulating furnaces. : 2
---- Explain how makeup air units improve system efficiency and prevent negative pressure from developing in a house. : 2
---- Understand how blower function can be controlled using time-delay controls and thermostatic controls. : 2
---- Summarize the design and purpose of unit heaters. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 3.5
---- List the basic components of a hydronic system and explain their functions. : 3.5
---- Explain the purpose of hydronic system water treatment. : 3.5
---- Describe the different types of hydronic system designs. : 3.5
---- Summarize the different methods for installing radiant heating systems. : 3.5
---- Identify various controls used in hydronic systems and explain their functions. : 3.5
---- Perform regular maintenance and service on a steam heating system. : 3.5
---- Explain how to balance a hydronic system and prepare it for initial start-up. : 3.5
---- Troubleshoot boiler and water circulation problems in a hydronic system. : 3.5
---- List the steps required to purge series loop systems, one-pipe systems, and zoned systems. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Describe the basic operation of a heat pump in heating mode and in cooling mode. : 2.5
---- Summarize the difference between ground-source heat pumps and air-source heat pumps. : 2.5
---- Identify a heat pump system’s principal components. : 2.5
---- Explain how a reversing valve operates and how it controls the direction of refrigerant flow through a heat pump. : 2.5
---- Compare and contrast different types of coils and loops used in heat pump systems. : 2.5
---- List two common methods used to defrost heat pumps. : 2.5
---- Understand how auxiliary heat is used in conjunction with heat pumps. : 2.5
---- Summarize how heat pumps can be combined with solar heating systems. : 2.5
---- Perform routine maintenance and service on heat pump systems. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Identify the components necessary for and products of combustion. : 3.5
---- Understand how the ratio of air to fuel affects combustion efficiency. : 3.5
---- Describe the differences in design between medium-efficiency and high-efficiency gas furnaces. : 3.5
---- Classify the different types of materials used for chimneys and flue pipes. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 3
---- Summarize the basic operation of an oil furnace. : 3
---- Identify the characteristics of fuel oil. : 3
---- Perform several tests to check the combustion efficiency of an oil-fired heating system. : 3
---- Compare the advantages and disadvantages of using a one-pipe or two-pipe fuel delivery system. : 3
---- Describe the functions of different fuel line components. : 3
---- Identify oil burner components and explain their purposes. : 3
---- Explain how stack relays and cad cell relays are used to detect the presence of a flame. : 3
---- Describe the difference between interrupted and intermittent ignition. : 3
---- Define the various functions of a primary control unit. : 3
---- Follow code requirements for installing fuel lines and storage tanks for an oil-fired heating system. : 3
---- Bleed an oil-fired heating system’s fuel lines and perform other routine maintenance and service procedures. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Identify the advantages and disadvantages of electric heating systems compared to combustion heating systems. : 3
---- Calculate an electric heating system’s heat production when given the system’s wattage or voltage and amperage values. : 3
---- Describe the three types of electric heating elements. : 3
---- List examples and applications of convection electric heating systems. : 3
---- Compare and contrast direct and indirect radiant heating systems. : 3
---- Explain the purpose of sequencers and different contactors used in electric heating systems and how they function. : 3
---- Describe the operation of airflow and safety control devices in electric heating systems. : 3
---- Explain how controls are used in electric baseboard heating and some of their requirements. : 3
---- Install, maintain, test, and troubleshoot electric heating systems. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Understand the nature of solar energy. : 3
---- Compare flat-plate collectors, evacuated tube collectors, and concentrating collectors. : 3
---- Characterize passive, active, and hybrid solar energy systems. : 3
---- Describe the operation of air-based and liquid-based solar heating systems. : 3
---- Recall applications for solar heating systems. : 3
---- Explain how solar heating can be combined with various supplemental heating sources. : 3
---- Describe how solar energy is converted to electricity. : 3
---- Explain the operating principles of sensible and latent thermal energy storage. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 4
---- Identify factors affecting heat gain, heat loss, and building energy consumption. : 4
---- Explain the purpose of a building control system. : 4
---- Understand the energy audit process. : 4
---- Describe the three general types of building system controllers. : 4
---- Explain the purpose of building control protocols, such as BACnet. : 4
---- Summarize principles of control system diagnostics and repair. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Explain how the construction of a building relates to its heating and cooling efficiency. : 2
---- Describe how the degree-day method can be used to estimate heating and cooling costs. : 2
---- Differentiate among the various efficiency ratings used to evaluate furnaces, air conditioners, and heat pumps. : 2
---- List individual components that can be changed or added to an existing HVAC system to increase energy efficiency. : 2
---- Describe alternative systems and solutions that may be used to increase energy conservation. : 2
---- Explain the role of the HVACR technician in energy conservation. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 3.5
---- Recognize the types of commercial refrigeration systems and their applications. : 3.5
---- Explain how and why ice banks are used in certain refrigeration systems. : 3.5
---- Describe the two types of water coolers. : 3.5
---- Describe the different types of evaporators in commercial ice machines. : 3.5
---- List some of the industrial applications of refrigeration systems. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Identify the different types of refrigerant metering devices, evaporators, compressors, and condensers used in transportation refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Summarize the operation of various expendable refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Explain how thermoelectric couples produce heating and cooling using electricity. : 2.5
---- Summarize the operation of vortex tubes, steam jet systems, and refrigerant jet systems. : 2.5
---- Describe the operation of a basic Sterling refrigeration system. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Explain the difference between packaged and split commercial refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Understand the operation and purpose of various components used in sophisticated commercial refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Identify applications for multiple-evaporator systems. : 2.5
---- Summarize the different methods of achieving variable capacity in modulating refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Explain the refrigeration cycle in compound and cascade systems. : 2.5
---- Describe the purpose and operation of secondary loop refrigeration systems. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3
---- Understand the relationship between total heat load, service heat load, and heat leakage load. : 3
---- Compute a system’s heat leakage load. : 3
---- Calculate a system’s service heat load manually and by using manufacturer’s tables. : 3
---- Use heat leakage load, service heat load, and all applicable miscellaneous heat loads to calculate a system’s total heat load. : 3
---- Compute the total heat load for a water cooler. : 3
---- Summarize the thermodynamic principles at work in the basic refrigeration cycle. : 3
---- Identify the various lines on a pressure-enthalpy diagram. : 3
---- Interpret the graphs of different refrigeration cycles on pressure-enthalpy diagrams. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 2
---- Identify the factors that affect compressor sizing. : 2
---- Calculate a compressor’s required capacity based on its total heat load and operating cycle. : 2
---- Summarize the factors that affect the heat transfer rates of evaporators and condensers. : 2
---- Use tables from manufacturers to size compressors, condensers, and evaporators. : 2
---- List the basic criteria that must be considered when sizing refrigerant lines. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Summarize some of the basic regulations found in most codes. : 2
---- Identify procedures for locating and mounting condensing units and evaporators. : 2
---- Determine where to mount thermostatic expansion valve sensing bulbs based on suction line tubing size. : 2
---- Install various components, such as valves, filter-driers, and sight glasses, along refrigerant lines. : 2
---- Properly mount and install open-drive compressor motors and also hermetic compressors. : 2
---- Test a refrigeration installation for leaks by using leak detection devices, a standing pressure test, and a standing vacuum test. : 2
---- Charge a system with refrigerant using either the low-side method or the high-side method. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 3
---- Recognize the effects of an undercharged refrigeration system. : 3
---- Recognize the effects of an overcharged refrigeration system. : 3
---- Recognize the effects of non-condensable in a refrigeration system. : 3
---- Identify causes of suction line pressure drop. : 3
---- Summarize the effects of having moisture in a refrigeration system. : 3
---- Check a commercial refrigeration system’s refrigerant charge. : 3
---- Differentiate among the different causes of high head pressure. : 3
---- Analyze a refrigeration system that runs continuously to determine its root cause. : 3
---- Evaluate a refrigeration system that produces little or no cooling. : 3
---- Analyze a refrigeration system that will not run to determine its root cause. : 3
---- Troubleshoot basic problems in ice machines. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 2.5
---- Test the components of a system to determine what causes it to short cycle. : 2.5
---- Identify and distinguish the various causes of abnormal noises created by commercial refrigeration systems before implementing a remedy. : 2.5
---- Identify restrictions and pressure drops in various inline components using a temperature survey. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Properly pump down or move the refrigerant charge for system service. : 3.5
---- Perform atmospheric balancing (pressure equalizing) before opening a system to atmosphere for service. : 3.5
---- Safely remove a compressor from a system for replacement. : 3.5
---- Safely replace an external electric motor. : 3.5
---- Safely service a refrigeration system with a motor burnout in a hermetic compressor. : 3.5
---- Add refrigerant oil to a refrigerant system using several different methods. : 3.5
---- Safely remove, repair, and install air-cooled and water-cooled condensers. : 3.5
---- Diagnose and repair or replace water valves. : 3.5
---- Perform basic cooling tower maintenance. : 3.5
---- Remove, repair, and install expansion valves. : 3.5
---- Adjust the setting of a thermostatic expansion valve (TXV). : 3.5
---- Diagnose, repair, install, and adjust evaporator pressure regulators (EPRs) and hot-gas valves. : 3.5
---- Remove and replace service valves and solenoid valves. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5






#7499 Heating-Ventilation-Air Conditioning – Refrigeration (HVACR) Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- Use and care of tools : 325
---- Test and measurement devices : 325
---- Types and sizes of piping, tubing, and fittings : 325
---- Introduction to refrigeration system components : 325
---- Safety procedures and first aid : 325
---- Equipment records and reports : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 525
---- Cut, thread, flare, bend, and shape piping and tubing : 525
---- Install fittings : 525
---- Solder, braze, and tin fittings and components : 525
---- Care and use of oxy-acetylene and air-acetylene torches : 525
---- Silver and soft soldering : 525
New Hours 525
Total Hours 1550
---- Electrical supply lines and cables : 1550
---- Electrical connections : 1550
---- Water service lines : 1550
---- Air supply lines : 1550
---- Steam lines : 1550
---- Steam return lines : 1550
---- Steam traps and strainers : 1550
---- Pressure reduction, expansion, evaporator, stop valves : 1550
---- Suction and discharge lines : 1550
---- Gauges : 1550
---- Dehydrators : 1550
---- Filters and strainers : 1550
---- Controls : 1550
New Hours 1550
Total Hours 900
---- Install condensers : 900
---- Prepare compressor and motor bases : 900
---- Install and align compressors and motors : 900
---- Install evaporators and other cooling coils : 900
---- Install and align centrifugal pumps and bases : 900
---- Safe equipment moving - slings, lines, blocks and falls, chain hoists, rollers, dollies, and skids : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 1100
---- Troubleshoot field systems : 1100
---- Test pressure, flow, etc. : 1100
---- Check liquid levels : 1100
---- Check repair leaks (refrigerants, liquids) : 1100
---- Purge, dehydrate, and charge systems : 1100
---- Repair, align, and adjust fans and blower sections : 1100
---- Align pulleys, bearing blocks, belt tension : 1100
New Hours 1100
Total Hours 2850
---- Disassemble and clean, repair, perform shop tests and run-in compressors : 2850
---- Repair, pressure test, dehydrate evaporators : 2850
---- Repair, acidize condensers, and roll condenser tubes : 2850
---- Remove, replace, disassemble, test, clean, calibrate, and renew defective parts on controls of all types including: pneumatic, electrical, electro-pneumatic, thermostatic, humidity, pressure, vacuum : 2850
New Hours 2850
Total Hours 300
---- Demand controlled ventilation : 300
---- Dedicated outdoor air systems—conditioning outdoor makeup air separately from indoor return air. : 300
---- Displacement ventilation—uses a low velocity stream of fresh, cold air at floor level to displace stale air near the ceiling : 300
---- Electronically commutated motors—variable-speed HVACR Blower : 300
---- Energy recovery ventilation (ERV)—captures energy from exhausted air and uses it to precondition incoming makeup air. : 300
---- Zero-degree heat pumps : 300
---- Duct sealing : 300
---- Adaptive logic control—adapting to HVACR systems with a wide range of operating states. : 300
---- Desiccant dehumidification—absorbs moisture with a liquid desiccant solution and then evaporates it using heat. : 300
---- Micro channel heat exchangers : 300
---- Micro environments—create a virtual zone for occupant environmental control. : 300
---- Thermal energy storage—provides cooling capacity by extracting heat from storage material, such as ice or chilled water. : 300
---- Chilled beam cooling—uses natural convection and radiative heat transfer. : 300
---- Adjustable speed drives (ASD) reducing motor speed to accommodate varying HVACR loads. : 300
---- Variable flow volume (VFV) systems—are ductless systems with multiple compressors to provide part-load performance and zoned temperature control. : 300
New Hours 300

Technical Instruction








#7497 Commercial and Industrial Designers



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Technical Instruction








#7498 Wireless Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Currently there are 10 hour courses that are tailored to telecommunications work. These 10 hour courses are the primary means to be used. However, until such a time as the TIRAP Board is able to work with OSHA to have a new 500 course in place, we will be recognizing a construction-based 10 hour course. Knowledge of wireless site safety is critical in understanding how to perform work on company assets. This course will provide the information and knowledge to ensure a safe work environment. Apprentices will receive a card showing they have completed the course. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Each Apprentice must be trained in the inspection, care and use of PPE for the particular SOW and hazards addressed through their use. While the Apprentice is being trained in PPE inspection, care and use, they are to be under direct supervision of an on-the-job mentor at all times, enabling them to draw on the competencies of the on-the-job mentor as they develop experience in the inspection, care, and proper use of PPE. Examples of PPE used by an Apprentice include: hard hat, proper footwear, eye/face protection, hearing protection, and fall protection equipment. This list is not exclusive or exhaustive as the SOW may require the supervisory, on-the-job mentor to engage other types of engineering controls or safety measures. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- This course is recognized as completed as long as it meets or exceeds the requirements of the American Red Cross or American Heart Association. The Apprentice must achieve certification in accord with at least one of these two programs. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- This course is designed to enable the Apprentice to have an understanding of the RF-related hazards and the ability to understand basic antenna types, RF patterns and potential for exposure. Apprentice(s) will also be trained in the use of a RF meter along with the bands that it is designed to monitor. Testing shall be both a written exam and demonstration of the proper use of an RF monitor. This training shall meet or exceed the requirements of all current Federal Communications Commission-Office of Engineering and Technology (FCC OET) Bulletins with regards to Human Exposure levels. This course will also cover the fundamental science, exposure and protection methods concerning electromagnetic frequency (EMF) and electrostatic discharge (ESD) safety. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- This course is designed to teach basic electrical skills, AC and DC power distribution systems, power safety procedures, generator and battery operations, testing and maintenance. The Apprentice will also learn the fundamentals of Grounding Safety Standard Installation to include general grounding theory, types of grounding, components, surge protection, ground resistance measurements etc. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- A primary goal is that the Apprentice understands the necessity of the project SOW comprehension and the subsequent jobsite hazards the SOW could expose the Apprentice or other crew member to as a part of performing the SOW. Apprentice must be able to communicate the hazards outlined in a JHA and identify the means necessary to abate the hazard and/or PPE use required to protect against these hazards. The Apprentice will also understand company and vendor accident reporting procedures. Proper planning allows for quality work in an efficient manner, and it is through this planning that the Apprentice will be able to ensure safety for themselves as well as the other members of the team. Testing will involve written exams requiring the Apprentice to demonstrate their understanding of the jobsite hazards and appropriate steps to mitigate those hazards. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Telephony fundamentals and telecommunication industry overview :
---- Circuit types, circuit switched and fiber optic networks :
---- General telephony equipment including Digital Signal Cross-Connect (DSX) bays/chassis/panels, Channel Service Units/Data Service Units (CSU/DSU) repeater systems, smart jacks, Bit Error Rate Testers (BERT), etc. :
---- Understanding and knowledge of backhaul technologies and testing procedures :
---- Ability to learn Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) products as technology evolves :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Data communication/transmission fundamentals and industry overview :
---- Networking basics, equipment and LAN/WAN architecture :
---- IP protocol stack, networking fundamentals, IP addressing, mobile IP :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Wireless communication fundamentals and specifics of current and proposed U.S. wireless systems :
---- Elements of radio system design, interference, cell coverage, frequency management and channel assignment :
---- Call processing, propagation loss, multipath fading and methods of reducing fades, error correction requirements and techniques, modulation methods, microcell issues, etc. :
---- Introduction to Long Term Evolution (LTE) and VoLTE (Voice over LTE) Systems :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- The theory of microwave technology and radio systems :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Types of multiplexing including analog, time-division multiplexing (TDM), code division multiple access (CDMA) and others :
---- Operation and maintenance of transmission line pressurization systems :
---- Distributed Antenna System (DAS) fundamentals and components :
---- The Apprentice will learn about the work practices to be used during the operation and maintenance of electric power generation, transmission, and distribution facilities. The standard includes requirements relating to enclosed spaces, hazardous energy control, working near energized parts, grounding for employee protection, work on underground and overhead installations, line-clearance tree trimming, work in substations and generating plants, and other special conditions and equipment unique to the generation, transmission, and distribution of electric energy. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Antenna, base transceiver stations (BTS), DAS/small cell components and associated network elements :
---- Single/multi-mode fiber and coaxial cable to include RF interconnects, cable terminations and fusion splicing :
---- T1/IP cross connects, circuit commissioning/decommissioning, CSU/DSU provisioning :
---- Install, terminate and test RF interconnecting cabling :
---- RF Meter usage :
---- Perform equipment installation inspection, power up, and acceptance testing :
---- Read and understand technical manuals to determine equipment which meets established requirements :
---- Understand electro static discharge (ESD) safety and equipment protection procedures :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Provide daily preventive maintenance of wireless site equipment including small cells, macro sites, DAS systems and Wi-Fi hubs :
---- Perform system testing for network outages and integrity using scanners, spectrum analyzers, and other electronic test equipment :
---- Understand, interpret and calibrate results for test equipment such as T1/IP, power, conductivity and earth ground resistivity meters, and smart clocks/frequency counters :
---- CDMA system functionality (forward, reverse, paging channel , power control, soft hand-off, capacity), call processing and sequencing, message flow, and critical/sub states :
---- CDMA communications system analyzers and testing measurements: carrier feed through, average and channel power, timing and phase, pilot time offset, error vector magnitude (EVM) and RF overlay :
---- Conduct antenna and cable sweep testing and analysis :
---- Maintain and inspect test equipment, tools and supplies for continuous use :
---- Perform scheduled and on-demand maintenance routines :
---- Understand tower lighting system operations and management :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Locate, test, adjust, repair and replace malfunctioning and inoperative equipment :
---- Use troubleshooting techniques to identify, isolate and resolve network anomalies and failures :
---- Use troubleshooting techniques to identify, isolate and resolve hardware/software and air interface malfunctions utilizing multiple test equipment on various products and technologies :
---- Respond to and resolve T1/IP, microwave and network alarms and outages :
---- RF sweep testing and PIM monitoring :
---- Ethernet backhaul testing (IPBH) :
---- Data capture and packet analysis :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Perform general physical security and routine site/grounds inspections :
---- Check and verify environmental settings; report and/or remedy issues :
---- Proactively help to ensure complete physical security of all wireless elements :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Comply with standard operating procedures and policies :
---- Understand and follow safety and escalation procedures :
---- Document and record daily activities and events using BTS logs with accuracy and completeness :
---- Utilize appropriate cell site software/systems to provide and obtain necessary information and reports :
---- Accommodate changes in work schedule (expediting new sites, outages, site integration changes, project delays, etc.) :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- All material must be handled appropriately. Size, weight and structure of materials will require different methods and equipment as appropriate, to handle safely. The Apprentice will also be trained in the proper storage of materials. Due to the remote nature of the work sites it is important that the Apprentice be instructed in the requirements that some materials are weather sensitive, some are prone to theft and some could be blown away and create damage or loss. Transporting materials is a daily consideration in telecommunications so the Apprentice must also learn proper loading and tie down of various types of materials. It is important for the Apprentice to understand and come to competency through on the job experience. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Machinery :
---- Transportation and operation of specific wireless site machinery/equipment :
---- Hand Tools :
---- ESD, diagnostic and testing tools :
---- Ladders :
---- Non-conductive standard, step and extension ladders :
---- Information Systems :
---- Company and vendor asset, network operations and trouble ticketing systems :
New Hours






#7496 Boat Builder (Composite)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 90
---- Apply health and safety in the workplace : 90
---- Demonstrate knowledge of composite in the workplace : 90
New Hours 90
Total Hours 220
---- Select, use, maintain hand tools and portable power tools : 220
---- Operate simple and complex mechanical plant composite equipment : 220
---- Demonstrate knowledge of gelcoat application equipment : 220
New Hours 220
Total Hours 320
---- Communicate effectively with colleagues, management, & customers : 320
---- Describe care and timelines as an employee : 320
---- Manage self and organize others in a team project : 320
---- Make a work schedule for a composite project : 320
---- Demonstrate knowledge of composite project internal control : 320
New Hours 320
Total Hours 60
---- Identify and explain the causes and prevention of material deterioration : 60
---- Demonstrate knowledge of timber and adhesives used in boat building : 60
---- Demonstrate knowledge of composite technology : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 60
---- Apply environmentally sustainable work practices and principles in composite : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 525
---- Perform Measurements and cost calculations for composite projects : 525
---- Produce scale drawings of boat surfaces from corrected offsets : 525
---- Demonstrate knowledge of composite construction drawings and produce freehand sketch : 525
---- Loft a hull and loft full sized decks and superstructures : 525
---- Produce a half-model of a small craft scale : 525
---- Apply Knowledge & application of construction costs & contracts to composite production : 525
---- Interpret and apply assembly drawings : 525
New Hours 525
Total Hours 3835
---- Touch-up and restore gelcoat : 3835
---- Produce composite products using different techniques and processes : 3835
---- Prepare materials and equipment to produce composite products : 3835
---- Produce an open mold from plug or pattern for composites : 3835
---- Repair damaged or faulty composites : 3835
---- Deposit composite materials by spray or chopper gun and prepare fiber reinforced composite for surface coating : 3835
---- Prepare fiber reinforced composite for surface coating : 3835
---- Deposit a polyester gelcoat by hand for composites : 3835
---- Provide for and attach fixtures, Fitting, and fasteners in composites : 3835
---- Install internal & external boat fittings and boat electrical systems : 3835
---- Install exterior boat joinery, modules, components, and boat tankage system : 3835
---- Demonstrate knowledge of electrical & electronic applications in boat building : 3835
---- Demonstrate Knowledge of insulation and install insulation in boats : 3835
---- Lift, support, and move boats and components : 3835
---- Demonstrate Knowledge of adhesives used in composites : 3835
---- Prepare fiber-reinforced composite substrates for surface coatings : 3835
---- Lift, support, and secure large composite components safely : 3835
---- Finish product specification for composites : 3835
---- Produce resin item to finished product specifications for composites : 3835
---- Alter resin rheology with fillers, extenders, and additives for composites : 3835
---- Describe resin infusion and injection processes for composites : 3835
---- Produce composite items using different application techniques : 3835
---- Produce a laminate by vacuum bagging for composites : 3835
---- Describe, install and test plumbing systems : 3835
---- Produce templates or patterns used in boat building : 3835
---- Build boat framework under supervision : 3835
---- Describe and apply filling and fairing technology : 3835
---- Construct interior wooden support structures and cabinetry for boats : 3835
---- Laminate and join timber material used in boat building : 3835
---- Identify boat fittings, fixtures, and fasteners : 3835
---- Produce Plug or pattern and an open mold from plug or pattern for composites : 3835
New Hours 3835

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 80
---- Apply health and safety in the workplace : 80
---- Demonstrate Knowledge of composite in the workplace : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Select, use, maintain hand tools and portable power tools : 80
---- Operate simple and complex mechanical plant composite equipment : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Communicate effectively with colleagues, management, & customers : 80
---- Manage self and organize others in a team project : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 40
---- Demonstrate Knowledge of Composite Technology : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Apply environmentally sustainable work practices and principles in composite : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 80
---- Perform measurements and cost calculations for composite projects : 80
---- Demonstrate knowledge of composite construction drawings and produce freehand sketch : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 120
---- Repair damage or faulty composite items/product : 120
---- Touch up and restore gelcoat : 120
---- Identify boat fittings and fastenings : 120
New Hours 120






#7495 Mechanical Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7493 Electronics Engineers, Except Computer



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7494 Industrial Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7491 Civil Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7492 Computer Hardware Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7488 Shipping, Receiving, and Inventory Clerks



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7489 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7490 Architects, Except Landscape and Naval



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7486 Purchasing Managers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7487 Tutors



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7482 Special Hazards Fire Suppression System Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 900
---- Company Policies : 900
---- Vehicles, Tools and Equipment : 900
---- National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards : 900
---- Basic Plans and Specifications : 900
---- Basic Wiring : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 900
---- Introduction to Safety and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) Sheets : 900
---- Basic First Aid : 900
---- Principles of Combustion : 900
---- Standard Symbols : 900
---- Basics of Codes and Standards : 900
---- Basic Communication Skills : 900
---- Layout Simple Designs : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 900
---- Materials and Components : 900
---- Hazard Analysis : 900
---- Detection Methods - Automatic Fire Detectors : 900
---- Detector Spacing – Automatic Fire Detectors : 900
---- Fundamentals of Fire Extinguishment : 900
---- Extinguishing Agents : 900
---- Cylinder Handling : 900
---- Electrical Code Requirements : 900
---- Basic Fire Alarm Systems : 900
---- Area, Volume and Weight Calculations : 900
New Hours 900

Technical Instruction








#7483 Precision Machinist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Learning names of raw materials and names and use of tools, jigs, fixtures and gauges. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Power and radial drilling, tapping, ream-lapping, counterboring and countersinking, grinding drills, lubricants, cutting, speeds and feeds, safety. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 1500
---- Chucking, use of face plate, mandrel, steady rest and follow rest, centering, straight turning, facing taper, turning with taper attachment, offset tail stock and compound, drilling, reaming. : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1000
---- Plain, vertical and universal. Selection of cutters, methods of holding work, vise, clamps, dividing head, circular table - plain or slab, milling, sawing, boring, fly cutter milling, vertical head, keyway cutting, slotting, spline milling, rack cutting, cutter milling, gear cutting, gang milling, form milling, speeds and feed, lubricants, safety. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 500
---- Methods of holding work, vise, clamps, dividing head, surface and angle cutting, keyway cutting, squaring, dovetailing, speeds and feeds, grinding tools, safety. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 300
---- Safety, selection of grinding wheels, speeds and feeds, mounting wheels, magnetic chuck, dressing wheels, plain or surface grinding, angle grinding, squaring. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 500
---- Safety, mounting wheels, speeds and feeds, dressing wheels, straight, taper, angle face, form and hole grinding. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 600
---- Safety, mounting wheels, setting up indexing attachments, clearance angles for various types of cutters and reamers, setting up for these angles, grinding plain, spiral and end mills, reamers, form cutters. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 100
---- Kinds of steel, S.A.E. classification, how to harden, draw, case and pack harden and anneal, use of pyrometer and color chart, hardness tests, quenching baths, and safety. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 500
---- Filing, scraping, chipping, layout and assembly, use of gauge blocks and dial indicator, vernier height gauge, lapping, tapping and threading, lubricants, inspection, safety. : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction








#7484 Grinder Set‑Up Operator, Jig



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 2000
---- Job orientation and familiarization with company policies : 2000
---- Tool Crib - to acquaint the apprentice with the tools of the trade, different types of steel and their hardening qualities. : 2000
---- Knowledge of the various types of grinding wheels and their specific application, dressing wheels and mounting. : 2000
---- Simple jig grinding assignments following general operating practices. : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 1000
---- Familiarization with jig boring as a means of making the apprentice more versatile. : 1000
---- This training enables the apprentice to learn the speeds, feeds and tool sharpening techniques which are needed to prepare the soft steel pieces which will eventually be jig ground. : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Practical Shop Mathematics :
---- Plane Geometry: common and decimal fractions, percents, ratios, proportions, square, square roots rectangles, circles, and polygons :
---- Problem solving :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Blueprint reading :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Right angle trigonometry :
---- Solid geometry :
---- Oblique triangles :
---- Practical shop problem solving :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Use and application of shop equipment relative to precision machining, including sheet metal work :
---- Study of measurement and the use of shop measuring devices with related math :
New Hours






#7485 Quality Control Inspector



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 160
---- Standard of conduct : 160
---- Safety : 160
---- Organization of mission functions : 160
---- Organizational structure: rules and regulations : 160
---- Orientation to quality assurance functions : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 900
---- Identification requirements : 900
---- Determine equipment : 900
---- Determine sample size : 900
---- "Reporting" cost of quality : 900
---- Contract review for inspection requirements : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 600
---- Blueprint reading : 600
---- Specification interpretation : 600
---- Federal specifications : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 400
---- Control charts : 400
---- Sampling by attributes : 400
---- Sampling by variables : 400
---- Bulk sampling : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 160
---- : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 240
---- Management styles : 240
---- Planning : 240
---- Analysis of situation : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 320
---- Types of packages : 320
---- Printing : 320
---- Bar codes : 320
New Hours 320
Total Hours 460
---- English composition : 460
---- Basic math : 460
New Hours 460
Total Hours 160
---- : 160
New Hours 160

Technical Instruction








#7479 Numerical Control Machine Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 2100
---- : 2100
New Hours 2100
Total Hours 1800
---- : 1800
New Hours 1800
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 350
---- : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 1500
---- : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 350
---- : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 125
---- : 125
New Hours 125
Total Hours 160
---- : 160
New Hours 160

Technical Instruction








#7480 Calibration Laboratory Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1500
---- Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of pressure units and their conversions (100 hours). : 1500
---- Calibrate and repair Bourdon tube, bellows and diaphragm element, and other electro/mechanical pressure sensing devices, including U-tube manometers, dial manometers, simplex gauges, vacuum gauges, compound gauges, differential pressure gauges, depth gauges (submarine), absolute pressure gauges, barometers, altimeters, Pirani gauges, pressure regulators, pressure transducers, pressure switches, cassion gauges (700 hours). : 1500
---- Troubleshoot, repair, and calibrate liquid level indicating systems as follows: closed systems, pneumatic systems, and electrical systems (150 hours). : 1500
---- Operate and maintain pressure calibration standards and equipment: (Calibrate items marked with an asterisk *) pressure panels, standard gauges*, portable calibrators*, absolute pressure calibration systems, quartz gauges, pressure transfer standards, pressure chambers, vacuum chambers, pressure pumps, pressure booster, gauge cleaning systems, fluid separators, and deadweight testers (500 hours). : 1500
---- Perform decontamination of dead-end and bleeder type pressure sensing elements (50 hours). : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1200
---- Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of temperature nits and their conversions (100 hours). : 1200
---- Calibrate and repair direct and indirect reading temperature instruments and temperature actuated switching devices as follows: liquid in glass thermometers, bimahalic thermometers, distant reading thermometers, recording temperature devices, thermocouples, resistance thermometers, pyrometers, temperature switches, temperature controllers (600 hours). : 1200
---- Operate and maintain temperature calibration standards and equipment: (Calibrate items marked with an asterisk*) temperature baths, portable temperature comparators, millivolt potentiometer, resistance thermometer bridge, resistance box, thermocouple simulator*, resistance thermometers*, digital thermometer, digital multimeters (500 hours). : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1200
---- Demonstrate a thorough understanding of dimensional measurement concepts, measuring tools, and basic interferometry (100 hours). : 1200
---- Calibrate dimensional instruments as follows: (Repair items marked with an asterisk *) inside/outside micrometers*, thread micro-meters*, depth micrometers*, thickness (feeler) gauges, dial indicators*, plug gauges, thread plug gauges, bore gauges, master setting plugs, master setting snap gauge, precision levels, beveled protractors, straight edges, vernier height gauges (600 hours). : 1200
---- Operate, employ, and maintain dimensional calibration standards and equipment as follows: (Calibrate items marked with an asterisk *) standard inside micrometer sets*, standard outside micrometer sets*, standard screw thread micrometer sets*, standard depth micrometer gauges*, micrometer maintenance kits, supermicro-meter*, gauge block sets, gauge block maintenance kits, optical glats, monochromatic light, surface plates, dial indicator calibrator*, electronic height gauge*, optic vernier height gauge*, standard bore gauge set*, measuring irons, parallels (500 hours). : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 400
---- Repair and calibrate rotary motion indicating devices as follows: centrifugal tachometers, vibrating reed tachometers, photoelectrical tachometers, chrometric, tachometers, and electric tachometers (300 hours). : 400
---- Operate and maintain rotary motion calibration standards and equipment as follows: tachometer testers, photoelectric pick-off, universal timer counters, speed reducers and increasers (100 hours). : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 200
---- Repair and calibrate flow measuring instruments as follows: positive displacement flow meters, variable area flow meters, laminar flow elements, turbine flow meters, viscometers(100 hours). : 200
---- Operate and maintain flow calibration standards and equipment as follows: portable standard flowmeters, variable area flowmeter standards, rotameter tubes (100 hours). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 600
---- Repair and calibrate torque tools as follows: audible signal torque wrenches, flexible beam torque wrenches, rigid frame torque wrenches, torque watch torque wrenches, torque screw-drivers, pneumatic torque tools (420 hours). : 600
---- Operate and maintain torque standard and equipment as follows: (Calibrate item marked with an asterisk *) torque testers*, torquetester leaders, slotted weight sets, radius arms, torque tool sealant kits (180 hours). : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 200
---- Repair and calibrate humidity indicating instruments as follows: psychrometers, humidigraphs, and dew point indicators (75 hours). : 200
---- Prepare humidity standard solutions with magnesium, sodium, and lithium chloride (50 hours). : 200
---- Operate and employ humidity chambers (75 hours). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Repair and calibrate force indicating instruments as follows: force gauges, lever arm force gauges (100 hours). : 200
---- Operate force calibration standard and equipment as follows: scale dynamometers, force indicators, load cells (100 hours). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 500
---- Utilize, store, and handle free mercury and mercury bearing equipment in accordance with established safety procedures (250 hours). : 500
---- Decontaminate and test equipment/areas which are mercury contaminated (100 hours). : 500
---- Operate and maintain the following mercury decontamination equipment: mercury vapor sniffer/analyzer, mercury vacuum cleaner (100 hours). : 500
---- Prepare mercury neutralizing agents (50 hours). : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 300
---- Calibrate and repair combustible gas indicators utilizing standard gases (100 hours). : 300
---- Calibrate and repair leak detectors S (50 hours). : 300
---- Calibrate hydrometers using standard hydrometers and solutions (1200 hours). : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 1000
---- Utilize the following procedures to design, manufacture, fabricate, or repair parts of measuring instruments and equipment: prepare schematic diagrams and sketches,fabricate special fittings, manufacture special tools, solder wiring and metals, braze metals, harden metals, and temper metals, operate bench grinders, operate drill presses, and operate precision lathes, troubleshoot special DC circuits, troubleshoot DC circuits, troubleshoot DC parallel circuits, troubleshoot AC circuits, and make resistance checks (850 hours). : 1000
---- Utilize ultrasonic and industrial cleaning equipment (140 hours). : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction








#7481 Meteorologist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1500
---- Use of observing equipment: Surface and aviation; Upper Air; Solar radiation : 1500
---- Maintenance of weather and climatological records : 1500
---- Plotting upper air radiosonde observations : 1500
---- Data acquisition : 1500
---- Compute fallout winds : 1500
---- Complete following courses leading to certification: Observing and synoptic courses : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 500
---- Operation of the following equipment : 500
---- Understanding and familiarization with communications systems : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 800
---- Preparation of information releases : 800
---- Service to public -- individual or group : 800
---- Familiarization with climatological records and services : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 1700
---- Writing of terminal forecasts : 1700
---- Writing of area synopses and route forecasts for FAA transcribed weather broadcasts : 1700
---- Plotting and analysis of weather maps and charts : 1700
---- Verification of forecasts : 1700
---- Briefing of pilots and other aviation interests : 1700
---- Assist in map discussions : 1700
---- Take familiarization flights : 1700
New Hours 1700
Total Hours 1000
---- Prepare and issue weather for flood warnings, watches, advisories, and statements : 1000
---- Prepare and issue local, one, and state forecast for two and five day periods : 1000
---- Prepare special forecasts for agriculture, air pollution dispersal, and recreation : 1000
---- Gain understanding of satellite weather systems and interpretation of satellite imagery : 1000
---- Conduct coordination calls with other offices on forecasts, warnings and weather information : 1000
---- Pilot fallout winds : 1000
---- Conduct map discussions : 1000
---- Gain understanding of guidance materials. Prepare guidance material for service offices : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction








#7477 Library Technicians



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7478 Multimedia Producer



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 14
---- What are the components of visual storytelling? Learn to wield the power of sound and color in this introductory course. In this course you will craft engaging stories through basic cinematography, lighting, editing and sound while gaining a conceptual understanding of how these pieces come together to form the rich medium of visual storytelling. : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 24
---- The digital technology of today making shooting video accessible to filmmakers of all levels. This intensive, hands-on video workshop is designed for the beginning videomaker and is an ideal introduction to all phases of production. You will learn the basics of industry-standard video technology and get familiar with the skills you need to make sleek, professional videos. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 16
---- For the first time in history, filmmakers at all skill levels can take advantage of the portability, affordability and cinematic quality provided by today’s high-definition capable DSLR cameras. This course will help you increase your knowledge of production workflows, while increasing your film’s value and professional aesthetic. Gain hands-on training with DSLR cameras and learn how to capture high definition images under the guidance of expert cinematographer instructors. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 8
---- Have you ever worked tirelessly to shoot hours of great footage, only to find yourself unsure of how to put it all together? Get your projects to completion with this Video Post-Production Workflow course, which walks you through each individual phase of organizing, editing and completing your film from start to finish. Get the files onto your computer, name them properly so that you don’t lose them, troubleshoot technical issues along the way and maximize your existing non-linear editing skills. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 24
---- The industry-standard software for non-linear editing in Adobe Premiere. Learn to wield its power and produce high-end editing in this technical course, which will provide you a comprehensive overview of the Premiere Interface and its practical features. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 32
---- The importance of sound quality in visual media cannot be understated. Increase your project’s production value by learning the ropes of audio production. This course provides hands-on training in the basic techniques of recording sound for the camera. Review basic sound theory, practical tips, squashing noise, and troubleshooting. Students will set up interviews and use the most commonly used professional sound equipment in different environments. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 32
---- Sometimes miracles are made possible in audio post-production. This technical course will teach you basic work-flow techniques, how to increase the quality of your audio in post-production, and how to integrate sound design into your work. You will also learn the art of audio clean-up and restoration using tools within Adobe Premiere CC and Adobe Audition CC. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 15
---- Producing digital media, whether projects are large or small, requires an understanding of how a film is organized and the legal aspects surrounding it. This course teaches the standard industry processes for organizing and managing film projects. This includes an in-depth study of the stages of production. Students are taught industry-standard software for breaking down a script, building a budget, and creating a shooting schedule. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 32
---- Today’s high-definition DSLR cameras afford creative producers at all levels the ability to learn to shoot video in an easy, flexible, professional way. This course helps students learn industry-standard video technology. The course (4-day Bootcamp or 8 half days) condenses a semester’s worth of camera-handling knowledge into an intense 32-hour training course. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 15
---- Conceive, produce, direct, edit and output your own short-form project under the supervision of a master filmmaker! Designed for the beginning videomaker, this class is an ideal introduction to all phases of production, with top-notch instruction and personal attention. In this course, you will learn crewing on each others projects. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- The careful choices a cinematographer makes with respect to composition, color, light and texture affect the overall look and mood of visual media. Students explore the impact of the visual language and related topics such as design principles and forces of visual organization. The effects of scene direction and lines of action on the editing process are explored. Students learn cinematic composition, the rule of thirds, spatial relationships and proper framing. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Editing requires a keen understanding of the storytelling process. Study the art of when, where and why we make an edit. This course will explain how to better immerse our viewers into our story, fix problems incurred during production and give our productions a fresh edge. Students learn advanced technical skills from edit styles to the rule of sixes to draw the audience in. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Edit your own short-form project under the supervision of a master editor. Learn through doing about how and why the editor is a technical person as much as they are a collaborative storyteller. In this course you will work with the elements of media to craft a cohesive and engaging project. Learn why cuts work, the rule of six, and when to stop cutting with industry-standard software. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- The digital age, the smartphone revolution, and the explosion of technology resulted in entirely new realms of visual storytelling and media consumption. So how do you create online video content that captures the viewer’s attention in a meaningful way and can be leveraged to raise awareness or build a brand? In this introductory course, you will get a comprehensive overview of the digital video landscape, from social media video content ala AJ+, Buzzfeed, Now This, and Vice to short-form and episodic fiction and nonfiction filmmaking for platforms such as YouTube, Facebook and Vimeo. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- How do you create online video content that captures the viewer’s attention in a meaningful way and can be leveraged to raise awareness or build a brand? Students will use Adobe Premiere and Adobe Premiere Clip to shoot and edit two short videos for the web, using their phones. One social media video will be in the style of online content creators like AJ+, Buzzfeed, Now This, and Vice. The second social media video will focus on platforms designed to raise funds, like Indiegogo and Kickstarter. Participants will edit pre-existing footage in the lab and their own footage in their phones. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Emerging technologies that offer full immersion into another world are being used across industries in real estate, start ups, and event production to create unparalleled connection with characters and spaces. As the technology necessary to make VR, AR, 3D and AI become ever more accessible, learn how best to tell captivating stories in this evolving medium. This workshop is your hands-on crash course to technologies in immersive storytelling. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Conceive of, produce, direct, edit and output your own short-form project using emerging technologies under the supervision of a master producer. In this course, you will choose the storytelling media that will best support the story you want to tell. Using the latest technologies to make VR, AR, 3D and AI, tell your own captivating stories in these evolving mediums. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- To film or not to film? How close to a subject is too close? What happens when a subject doesn’t show up? Do I have permissions to film this? Someone walked into my shot and I don’t have a release form for them, what now? How much crew is too many people? These are questions that documentary filmmakers ask themselves when they are in field documenting reality. In this course, you will receive an overview of everything from documentary filmmaking ethics to the practical and legal considerations you must take into account when filming in the field. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Conducting an interview effectively results in powerful and effective material that can make or break your project. Walk through the various steps for preparing an engaging camera interview from research, pre-production, production to post production. Interview samples will be screened and analyzed to highlight different approaches and do’s and don'ts. Practice interviews will be set up so students have a chance to interview each other and/or be interviewed. Learn best workflow practices, prepare to ask the tough questions, and get your interviewees to share their deepest thoughts and feelings on camera. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Today's entertainment industry presents a rich world of opportunities, but also a new set of challenges. Whether you are a writer, producer, marketer or executive, it is now equally as important to understand content creation techniques, production technologies and distribution platforms as it is to understand how to weave a compelling narrative. This course will provide a broad overview of the current entertainment landscape and where it's headed as well as an in-depth look at the specific tools, companies and technologies shaping today's great content. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Mediamakers and arts organizations are increasingly using quantitative data to develop best practices of audience engagement. In the age of digital distribution, various aspects of audience behavior are being recorded and analyzed. In this course, you will learn to implement best practices and grow audiences, increase engagement, and improve workflows using data. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- This class teaches both the aesthetic, visual concepts and practical techniques used by today’s animation and design professionals. In this course, you will learn the basic concepts and principles behind graphic design and animation for video by constructing well-designed graphics that communicate effectively. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Journalist and investigative reporter Amy Goodman once said, “The role of independent media is to go to where the silence is.” Now more than ever, we count on independent storytellers and investigative documentarians to fill in the gaps of mainstream media and journalism. In this course, learn techniques and skills of investigative non-fiction filmmaking, how to film and document during times of upheaval, and the importance of creative expression and visual storytelling in times of crisis. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Learning to program is no longer just for computer specialists and software developers. Creative coding is a growing field that uses computer software as a medium to develop original creative expression. In this course, you will learn programming through authoring your own creative program and develop practical programming skills by exploring creative ideas and challenges. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Co-creation is defined as the deep, active and equal collaboration between clients, consumers, agencies and experts to solve a problem or need. The marketing world understands the importance of customer feedback and uses methods of co-creation in order to source it. Documentary filmmaker and media creators can benefits from these practices to deepen their creative work with clients and communities. In this course, you will learn how to facilitate mixed teams of clients, agencies and consumers through a range of exercises, from insight generation to idea generation to development, group refinement and prioritization. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Based on feedback from educators, design and video professionals, businesses, and educational institutions around the world, Adobe created a set of teaching objectives that cover entry-level skill expectations for video communication. In this course, you will prep the host of skills that will be assessed on the Video Communication Using Adobe Premiere Pro exam -- an industry-standard certification that will up your level of professionalism. : 15
New Hours 15






#7474 Logistics Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Addresses and explores the principles of business logistics and optimization, utilizing database management systems and software. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Assesses the skills and abilities needed for the processes and activities for sourcing materials necessary for a business to deliver goods and services. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Emphasizes effective business writing and cover letters, memoranda, reports, application letters, and resumes. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the fundamental facets of logistics in supply chain management utilizing a systems approach to: manage activities associated with traffic, logistical support, regulations, transportation, inventory management. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers material designed for career and technical students who need to study particular mathematical topics. Topics include measurement, algebra, geometry, statistics, and graphs. These are presented at an introductory level. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covering fundamental topics such as shop math, assembly, maintenance, machining, inspection, and more, this nationally recognized certification demonstrates that the individual has a basic knowledge of manufacturing and may be an ideal candidate for entry-level manufacturing employment. :
New Hours






#7475 Mechanical Engineering Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduces Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) federal and state regulations, industrial practices, and accident investigation techniques :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers reading and understanding industrial prints. This course covers drafting and print standards, fundamentals of shape description, fundamentals of size description and annotation, industrial drawing types, and specialized parts. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers safety procedures, use of bench tools, layout tools, power saws, drill presses, precision measurement tools, and various hand tools related to the machine shop. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers mathematical material designed for career and technical students. Topics include measurement, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and vectors. These are presented at an introductory level. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the basic skills needed for many careers in electronics and related fields. Covers the operations and applications of basic DC and AC circuits consisting of resistors, capacitors, inductors, transformers and diodes. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covering fundamental topics such as shop math, assembly, maintenance, machining, inspection, and more, this nationally recognized certification demonstrates that the individual has a basic knowledge of manufacturing and may be an ideal candidate for entry-level manufacturing employment. :
New Hours






#7476 Plumber



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1500
---- Soil : 1,500
---- Sewerage : 1500
---- Vent : 1500
---- Leader lines : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1,250
---- Cold water for domestic purposes : 1,250
New Hours 1,250
Total Hours 10
---- : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 2,500
---- Gas fittings : 2,500
---- Plumbing and drainage system : 2,500
New Hours 2,500
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 525
---- : 525
New Hours 525
Total Hours 540
---- : 540
New Hours 540

Technical Instruction








#7471 Commercial Loan Officer



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Focuses on the study of the national economy, emphasizing business cycles and long-run growth trends. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Focuses on the study of individual decision making, emphasizing households, business firms and industry analysis. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Emphasizes effective business writing and cover letters, memoranda, reports, application letters, and resumes. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the application of fundamental business principles to local, national, and international forums. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- This course introduces accounting principles for understanding the theory and logic that underlie procedures and practices for business organizations. :
New Hours






#7472 Junior Coder



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- This course introduces basic computer terminology, file management, and PC system components. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Focuses on a variety of functions and the exploration of their graphs. This course provides essential skills for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) pathways. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Focuses on a general introduction to computer programming. It is centered on basic programming concepts, including control structures, modularization, and data processing. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces students to the discipline of computer science and programming. Algorithm development, data representation, logical expressions, sub-programs and input/output operations are covered. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the application of fundamental business principles to local, national, and international forums. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- C Programming Language Certified Associate (CLA) is a professional certificate that measures your ability to accomplish coding tasks related to the basics of programming in the C programming language :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- IT Fundamentals+ ( ITF+ ) certification from CompTIA is ideal for those considering a career in IT or who work in an allied field that requires a broad understanding of IT. This certification focuses on essential IT skills and knowledge :
New Hours






#7473 CAD Drafter



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduces techniques and common practices of 3D modeling using Sketchup software. Focuses on the creation and editing of virtual three-dimensional forms and volumes. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Focuses on construction of three-dimensional objects using the AutoCAD software. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces basic Inventor applications of non-parametric modeling, three-dimensional parametric modeling and visualization & animation of 3D modeling. The student learns to construct, modify, and manage models. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces parametric feature-based solid modeling 3D concepts to build confidence in 3D thinking and progresses to three-dimensional parameters. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Advanced applications of the 3D software SolidWorks. Management of design data, advanced assembly, analysis of models, documentation materials/parts lists, rendering, animation, and dynamic simulation and testing. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- A Solidworks Certification is proof of your cutting-edge skills in the Solidworks platform. Aside from proving your proficiency with the software, the certification also sets you apart from the rest of the crowd as a highly skilled designer or design engineer. :
New Hours






#7470 Electrical Utility Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 80
---- Demonstrate understanding of workplace structure. : 80
---- Practice working safely around machinery, equipment, and throughout shopfloor. : 80
---- Demonstrate an understanding of electrical power. : 80
---- understand safety needs particular to electricity, especially at high voltages. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 2000
---- Demonstrate satisfactory knowledge of monitored/interconnected systems and how to obtain equipment readings as required per site policies and procedures. : 2000
---- Safely perform electrical switching of plant/yard Power Circuit Breakers (PCBs), switchgear, auxiliary and support equipment, disconnects and switchers, load-break switches, and all associated equipment per policy and procedures. : 2000
---- Recognize and diagnose abnormal operating conditions of the BES and determine the proper corrective actions per appropriate policies and procedures. : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 200
---- Recognize and accurately record protection and control relay diagnostic information. : 200
---- Demonstrate knowledge and ability to correctly reset tripped transmission And distribution system protection relays : 200
---- Accurately identify and record the appropriate readings from revenue metering (if applicable). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 300
---- Independently operate and monitor plant generation unit(s) in accordance with policies and procedures. : 300
---- Independently operate and monitor high voltage (HV) cable system during normal and abnormal operating conditions at the power plant. : 300
---- Independently operate generator auxiliary pumps/plant pumps during normal and abnormal operating conditions in accordance with policies and procedures. : 300
---- Operate all air systems’ air compressors during all modes of plant operations. : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge and ability to operate all plant emergency generators during abnormal operating conditions. : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of proper function and identify when filters require flushing or cleaning. : 300
---- Perform unit inspections for running, shutdown, or standby of units and ensure auxiliary equipment functions as designed. : 300
---- Safely perform switching of units/auxiliary equipment. : 300
---- Properly diagnose alarms when they sound; describe consequences of failure to respond. : 300
---- Inspect day-to-day lighting in facility, and inspect emergency lighting; Perform preventative maintenance (PM) and ensure reliability of lighting. : 300
---- Identify and locate essential Motor Control Centers (MCCs) and switchgear equipment. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 500
---- Perform all general administrative functions during normal and abnormal operations. : 500
---- Demonstrate the knowledge and ability to monitor and perform all reactive power monitoring and control as directed by the Transmission Owner/Generator Operator. : 500
---- Demonstrate knowledge and ability to independently monitor the plant generating units and essential auxiliary support systems using Supervisory Control and : 500
---- Data Acquisition (SCADA) system, generator control system, and Automatic Generator Control (AGC) system. : 500
---- Demonstrate an understanding of water/fuel management at respective site(s). Perform calculations and communicate results to appropriate personnel. Demonstrate an understanding of upper and lower water/fuel levels, and understand the consequences of operating outside limits at respective site(s). : 500
---- Schedule outages to minimize downtime for power availability, and to maximize efficiency. : 500
---- Demonstrate an understanding of transmission line contingencies and Transmission line limits per site policies and procedures. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 300
---- Perform plant operator’s duties per Lock Out/Tag Out (LO/TO) procedure. : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge and proficiency to perform operator actions during blackout conditions; perform “Black Start” operations. : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of emergency action plan. Independently perform emergency action plan (if necessary). : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of proper response to environmental emergency. Respond using formal communication protocol (3-part communication), proper spill or emergency containment according to policies and procedures (if applicable). : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of proper response to a fire condition. Respond to a fire condition (if necessary). : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of terrorist threat identification, and procedure for contacting proper authorities. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrate ability to identify proper use of life safety system during emergency and normal/standby plant operations. : 100
---- Demonstrate proper response to/identification of all applicable plant Evacuation alarms. : 100
New Hours 100

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- Basic Industrial Safety or OSHA 10-Hour General Industry course : 32
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 32
---- Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LO/TO) : 32
---- National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) Arc Flash Training : 32
---- Fall Prevention : 32
---- Proper Lifting Techniques : 32
---- Confined Space Safety : 32
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 32
---- First Aid : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 94
---- Elementary Blueprint Reading and Sketching : 94
---- Blueprint Reading and Sketching for Electricians : 94
---- Electrical Circuit Diagrams : 94
---- Reading Specifications and Technical Manuals : 94
---- Fundamentals of Electricity, Basic and Advanced : 94
---- The Role of Hydroelectric in the Power System : 94
---- Hydro Power Stations : 94
---- Water Management : 94
---- Hydro Turbines : 94
---- Turbine Monitoring & Control : 94
---- Hydro Generators : 94
---- Generator Monitoring & Control : 94
---- Plant Auxiliaries : 94
---- Electrical Equipment Operation : 94
---- Hydroelectric Plant Operation & Maintenance : 94
---- Standard Switching Procedures and Practices : 94
---- Power Plant Science : 94
---- Rotating Plant Equipment (Pumps, Compressors, and Fans) : 94
---- Non-Rotating Equipment (Valves, Heat Exchangers, and Filters & Strainers) : 94
---- Troubleshooting Techniques : 94
---- Motor Control Centers (MCCs) & Switchgear (15Kv and below) : 94
---- Cooling & Lubrication : 94
---- Generator Operations & Control : 94
---- Line Grounding Methods : 94
---- Mechanical Plant Systems : 94
---- Monitoring & Control Communications : 94
---- Instrumentation & Control : 94
---- DC Motors & Generators : 94
---- Transformer Theory : 94
---- AC Generators : 94
---- Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Theory & Operation : 94
---- Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) Power Plant Operations Course : 94
---- Power Transmission (Transmission & Distribution Breakers and Switches, System Voltage Control, and System Frequency & Tie Line Control) : 94
---- System Security : 94
---- Unit Start and Stop : 94
---- New York State Independent System Operator (NYISO) and Transmission System : 94
---- Operator/Generator Operator Policies and Procedures : 94
---- Abnormal Condition Operation : 94
---- Power System Protection, Beginner and Advanced : 94
New Hours 94






#7467 Electrical Discharge Machine (EDM) -Wire and Sinker Programmer/Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1000
---- Reading blueprints and schematic drawings. : 1000
---- Understanding machining concepts/ Understanding manufacturing processes. : 1000
---- Using machining tools, including: drill presses, manual lathes, grinders, manual mills, Computer Numerical Control (CNC) mills, CNC lathes (if available). : 1000
---- Using hand tools and instruments, such as: clamps, allen wrenches, adjustable wrenches, dial indicators, calipers, micrometers, gage blocks, and manual Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 2500
---- Interpreting design drawings (design by others). : 2500
---- Programming specifications using Computer-Aided Design (CAD)/ Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software. : 2500
---- Machining electrodes from raw stock, such as: graphite, copper-coated graphite, various metals. : 2500
---- Calculating number of electrodes needing fashioning based on type of machining job, material(s) being used. : 2500
New Hours 2500
Total Hours 1500
---- Designing fixtures to support workpieces, using machining methods and hand tools when necessary. : 1500
---- Loading CNC-programmed designs into machinery. : 1500
---- Affixing wire electrode spools and threading through guides prior to operation. : 1500
---- Selecting proper wires and guides based on application. : 1500
---- Filling and servicing EDM reservoirs, pumps and filters. : 1500
---- Drilling through-holes to accommodate EDM wire. : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 2500
---- Initiating machining process. : 2500
---- Monitoring workstations while machining is performed. : 2500
---- Interrupting machining to insert/replace used electrodes. : 2500
---- Conducting in-process inspection: Utilizing gage (gauge) blocks; Using micrometers and calipers; Operating Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM); running standard program; Reading instrumentation to check the desired dimensions and tolerances. : 2500
---- Adjusting production process to incorporate changes needed to improve finished product. : 2500
New Hours 2500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 24
---- General Workplace Safety : 24
---- Forklift Safety : 24
---- First Aid & CPR : 24
---- Right-to-Know/Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) : 24
---- Proper Use of All Trade-Related Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 24
---- Bloodborne Pathogens : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 32
---- Reading Blueprints and Schematic Drawings Interpreting Design Drawings : 32
---- Math Fundamentals : 32
---- Estimating : 32
---- Geometric Dimensioning Tolerancing (GDT) : 32
---- Basics of Computer-Aided Design (CAD) : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 64
---- Machining Concepts/ Manufacturing Processes including hands-on instruction : 64
---- Machining Tools, Equipment, and Materials : 64
---- Fixture Design and Manufacturing : 64
---- Metallurgy / Material Science : 64
---- Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Programming Precision Measurement: Tools and Methods: Manual, Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) : 64
New Hours 64






#7469 Power Plant Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1000
---- Condensate pumps : 1000
---- Circulating pumps : 1000
---- Lube-oil : 1000
---- Coolers : 1000
---- Generator air coolers : 1000
---- Air ejectors : 1000
---- Condensers : 1000
---- Low-pressure heaters : 1000
---- Lube-oil filters : 1000
---- Lube-oil purifiers (centrifuge) : 1000
---- Auxiliary oil pumps : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 500
---- Boiler feed pumps : 500
---- High pressure heaters : 500
---- Low pressure heaters : 500
---- Draft fans, open heaters : 500
---- Closed heaters : 500
---- Aerators : 500
---- Miscellaneous pumps, steam and electric driven : 500
---- Air compressors : 500
---- Evaporators : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 1000
---- Tests on raw water : 1000
---- Test boiler water for hard- ness and oxygen content : 1000
---- P and M alkalinity readings : 1000
---- Test for phosphate content : 1000
---- Test for sulphate content : 1000
---- Determine carbonate-sulphate ratio : 1000
---- Test for total chloride content : 1000
---- Determine total solids concentration : 1000
---- Take ph. readings : 1000
---- Determine amount of chemical(s) needed to bring low reading up to predetermined normal : 1000
---- When to blow boilers : 1000
---- Mixing and standardizing/ normalizing testing solutions : 1000
---- Circulating cooling water : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Recognize normal readings on instruments : 1000
---- Steam pressure and vacuum gauges : 1000
---- Oil pressures and temperatures : 1000
---- Condenser vacuum : 1000
---- Barometer : 1000
---- Steam and water flow meters : 1000
---- Prepare turbine and auxiliaries for starting and bringing up to speed : 1000
---- Turbine room safety : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Use and interpret readings on switchboard instruments, watt-hour meters, voltmeters, voltage regulators, power factors, frequency meters, synchroscope : 1000
---- Use of remote-control switches, hand-operated disconnects, oil circuit breakers : 1000
---- Substation layout and switching : 1000
---- Synchronize incoming turbine : 1000
---- Safety in switchboard room : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Use and interpret boiler room instruments, draft gauges, pressure gauges, CO2 indicators, recorders : 1000
---- Proper combustion : 1000
---- Use of super-heaters : 1000
---- Induced and forced draft fans : 1000
---- Boiler feed pumps : 1000
---- Feed water regulators : 1000
---- Safety in boiler room : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction








#7465 CNC Sawyer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace policies, procedures, etc. : 100
---- Describe workplace structure and workflow. : 100
---- Practice working safely around machines and throughout workspace. : 100
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace safety plans. : 100
---- Learn proper body mechanics for work tasks. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 600
---- Develop familiarity with materials, e.g., stone, plastic, wood, and their properties/characteristics. : 600
---- Ready material for use: transport to appropriate shopfloor locations; prep material prior to work operation(s); place materials on work “tables” utilizing appropriate manual and/or mechanical methods. : 600
---- Read and interpret job orders. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 400
---- Demonstrate an understanding of spec sheets and blueprints (if applicable). : 400
---- Learn basics/use Cartesian/rectangular coordinate system. : 400
---- Learn and understand polar coordinate system (if applicable). : 400
---- Learn and understand positioning systems. : 400
---- Learn and understand CNC Codes: g-codes and m-codes. : 400
---- Demonstrate knowledge of CNC program elements: program Safe-start; material removal; and program ending. : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 1000
---- Become familiar with basic components of CNC saws, such as: Machine Control Unit (MCU), or CNC Control Pendant; work table, or “bench”; head or spindle(s); bridge; axis(-es); saw blades. : 1000
---- Enter/input CNC program on MCU; identify parts of program. : 1000
---- Make production runs, including material setup, machine setup, and material removal. : 1000
---- Complete all necessary documentation. : 1000
---- Troubleshoot production issues. : 1000
---- Perform Quality Control (if applicable). : 1000
---- Perform preventive maintenance. : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- General Workplace Safety : 32
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 32
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – MUST comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 32
---- Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LO/TO) : 32
---- First Aid and CPR : 32
New Hours 32






#7462 CNC Tool and Cutter Grinder



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace procedures, policies, etc. : 100
---- Describe workplace structure and workflow. : 100
---- Practice working safely around machines and throughout shopfloor. : 100
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace safety plans. : 100
---- Properly perform physical work tasks. : 100
---- Identify common machining and grinding equipment, such as: CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining centers, CNC grinding machines. Identify manual lathes, mills, drill presses, grinders (if applicable). : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 1500
---- Demonstrate understanding of engineering drawings; explain and describe components, such as: line types, views, symbols, and notations(s), especially tolerances. : 1500
---- Learn and demonstrate an understanding of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD &T). : 1500
---- Develop an understanding of/demonstrate ability to utilize Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software to design cutting tools. : 1500
---- Identify and understand geometric elements of cutting tools (e.g., end mills). : 1500
---- Become familiar with all manner of substrates and coatings. : 1500
---- Use shop math, such as decimals and basic geometry. : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1000
---- Identify CNC grinder parts, especially wheel shapes, abrasive types, workholding pieces. : 1000
---- Operate manual grinders (for example: Astro, Brown & Sharp, and Cincinnati). : 1000
---- Dress and true abrasive wheels and wheel measurement (where applicable). : 1000
---- Work with a variety of hand and inspection tools, such as: screwdrivers, pliers, box wrenches, micrometers, calipers, indicators, comparators. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 100
---- Prepare blanks for grinding using automatic grinders, e.g., Peel/Plunge grinders. : 100
---- Learn CNC grinder controls and software basics, e.g., standard navigation. : 100
---- Operate CNC tool and cutter grinders to grind cutting tools, including transferring programs from PC. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 3800
---- Learn and use various tool and cutter software programs to set-up CNC operation, including simulation. : 3800
---- Pick and dress proper wheels for part(s) to be manufactured. : 3800
---- Set-up and run regrinds for cutting tools (if applicable). : 3800
---- Create engineering drawings of parts to be ground. : 3800
---- Write programs for tool grinding/manufacturing from scratch, including wheel selection, dressing, and measuring. : 3800
---- Run tool and cutter grinder jobs independently and make adjustments. : 3800
New Hours 3800

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- General Workplace Safety : 32
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 32
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 32
---- Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LO/TO) : 32
New Hours 32






#7463 Narrow Web Flexographic Press Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Learn and practice employer-specific safety protocols : 200
---- Demonstrate proper safety procedures when handling, using, storing and disposing of chemicals used in flexographic printing : 200
---- Acquire basic knowledge of shop equipment, tools and terminology : 200
---- Learn base substrates (e.g. paper, films, liners, base laminations) : 200
---- Understand proper Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LOTO) procedures : 200
---- Demonstrate proper lifting techniques : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 400
---- Understand proper ink technology (Water Base, UV Cure, Solvent, etc.) associated with flexographic printing : 400
---- Load and unload roll stock per procedure : 400
---- Verify accuracy of substrate and footage to the appropriate job : 400
---- Check for damage in transit/printing line (if applicable) : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 400
---- Understand proper color technology, ink variation: ultra-violet vs. water-base, ink adhesion, curing, varnish application and die cutting : 400
---- Examine job orders; verify quantity to be printed, stock specifications, colors, inks, varnish and die cutting, perforation, lineal scoring, etc. special printing instructions : 400
---- Obtain and verify required materials : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 950
---- Obtain or mix inks and fill ink fountains/stations : 950
---- Remove particles of dust or dried ink from plate : 950
---- Understand tension controls, splicing methods and how to adjust : 950
---- Verify that paper/ adhesive varnish meets the specifications for a given job : 950
---- Collect and inspect random samples during print runs to identify any necessary adjustments : 950
---- Demonstrate running solid color, screens/halftones, process- color and multi-color work using pantone matching system (PMS) colors : 950
---- Change press plates, splices, or cylinders as required : 950
New Hours 950
Total Hours 1000
---- Adjust press throughout production run to maintain specific registration and color density : 1000
---- Understand the proper equipment and tools used in the print stations (use of printing plates, rollers, inks) : 1000
---- Demonstrate proper die handling and die maintenance : 1000
---- Demonstrate proper drying and curing of ink and varnish : 1000
---- Adjust bulbs, electron beam, etc. as needed : 1000
---- Become familiar with personal tools and their use on the press line (Allen wrenches, rulers, calculators, hammer, flashlight, magnifying glass) : 1000
---- Monitor printing process on control panel or computer monitor (if available), adjust press manually and/or electronically : 1000
---- Monitor automated press operation and defect detection systems and respond to fault, error, or alert messages : 1000
---- Troubleshoot potential press/print defects and make proper adjustments : 1000
---- Verify strips to appropriate target : 1000
---- Meet and maintain various quality and functionality test requirements (e.g. barcode scanning, tape rub tests, etc.) : 1000
---- Complete all applicable paperwork and electronic functions : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 850
---- Clean ink fountains, plates, or printing unit cylinders (plate and impression cylinders) when press runs are completed : 850
---- Understand how to thoroughly inspect and clean fountain roller, as well as the anilox roller : 850
---- Identify natural wear & tear on doctor blades, along with proper cleaning procedure post-operation : 850
---- Lubricate press : 850
---- Identify and repair minor mechanical malfunctions : 850
---- Perform preventive maintenance on press and auxiliary equipment and record data : 850
New Hours 850

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 24
---- Basic Shop Safety : 24
---- Basic Machine Safety : 24
---- Basic Lock-Out/Tag-Out Procedures : 24
---- Using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 24
---- Safe Handling, Use, Storage and Disposal of All Trade-Related Chemicals and Materials : 24
---- Familiarization with SDS (Right to Know) : 24
---- Local, State and Federal Guidelines Affecting the Printing Industry (if applicable) : 24
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Basic Arithmetic & Measurement : 24
---- Trade Math (including computing percentages, weights and measures; calculating amounts of ink and paper needed to do a job), press count calculations : 24
---- Applications to the Trade : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 72
---- Introduction to the Principles of Mechanics : 72
---- Color Theory : 72
---- Electronics (including proper in-line press equipment, narrow web vs. wide web) : 72
---- Materials of the Trade (Inks, Papers, Film and Various Substrates) : 72
---- Introduction to the Flexographic Printing Process and Associated Equipment : 72
---- Printing Operations : 72
---- Troubleshooting; “bounces & repeats”, registration and other press problems : 72
---- Preventative Maintenance : 72
New Hours 72






#7464 Cabinetmaker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1430
---- : 1430
New Hours 1430
Total Hours 1,625
---- : 1,625
New Hours 1,625
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 750
---- Industry Orientation : 750
---- OSHA 10-Hour : 750
---- First Aid/CPR/AED : 750
---- Hand and Portable tools : 750
---- Math for the Trades : 750
---- Print Reading/Shop Drawings : 750
---- Layout : 750
---- Joinery : 750
---- Diversity Training : 750
---- Green Awareness : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 1200
---- Table Saw : 1200
---- Radial Arm Saw : 1200
---- Band Saw : 1200
---- Miter Saw : 1200
---- Panel Saw : 1200
---- Jointer : 1200
---- Planer : 1200
---- Shaper : 1200
---- Panel Router : 1200
---- Pin Router : 1200
---- Edge Bander : 1200
---- Boring Machines : 1200
---- Case Clamp : 1200
---- Pedestal Grinder : 1200
---- Sanding Machines : 1200
---- Dowel Inserter : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1200
---- Gluing & Clamping, Inserting Dowels : 1200
---- Plastic Laminating : 1200
---- Assembling Standard Casework : 1200
---- Assembling Architectural Cabinets : 1200
---- Assembling Drawers : 1200
---- Sash, Doors & Jambs, and Wainscot : 1200
---- Stairs : 1200
---- Solid Surface Fabrication : 1200
---- Wood Laminating : 1200
---- Building Fitted Shipping Containers : 1200
---- Doors Sub-Assembly : 1200
---- Windows Sub-Assembly : 1200
---- Stairs Sub-Assembly : 1200
---- Louvers Sub-Assembly : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 400
---- Surface Preparation : 400
---- Surface Finishing : 400
---- Finishing Solid Surface : 400
---- Applying Finished Materials : 400
---- Staining & Painting : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 1275
---- Millwork : 1275
---- Casework & Store Fixtures : 1275
---- Windows and Doors : 1275
---- Stairs : 1275
---- Solid Surface Materials : 1275
---- Institutional Fixtures : 1275
---- Spiral Stairs : 1275
---- Glass Products : 1275
---- Metal Moldings & Fitting : 1275
---- Decorative Laminates : 1275
---- Modular and Patented Systems : 1275
---- Custom Exhibits : 1275
---- Pop-up Exhibits : 1275
---- Platforms and Staging : 1275
---- Pipe and Drapes : 1275
---- Table Tops and Skirting : 1275
---- Columns and Bunting : 1275
New Hours 1275






#7461 Centerless Grinder Machinist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace procedures, policies, etc. : 200
---- Describe workplace structure, workflow, and relation of trade to workflow. : 200
---- Practice working safely around machines and throughout shopfloor. : 200
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace safety plans, proper lifting and moving procedures. : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 800
---- Describe grinding process. : 800
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of primary machining equipment, For example: MONZA, Cincinnati, PALMARY centerless grinders. : 800
---- Work with a variety of hand tools, including but not limited to: box wrenches, crescent wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers, allen wrenches, scales, micrometers. : 800
---- Change abrasive wheels using proper rigging techniques. : 800
---- Dispose of spent abrasive wheels per employer protocols. : 800
---- Reinstall proper abrasive wheels. : 800
---- “Dress” and “True” replacement abrasive wheels; use machinists stethosccope, arbors, lubricants (e.g., Never-Seez). : 800
---- Change regulating wheels as needed. : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- General Workplace Safety : 32
---- First Aid & CPR : 32
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 32
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 32
---- Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LO/TO) : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training : 32
New Hours 32






#7457 Ironworker Reinforcing Concrete



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1200
---- Oxyacetylene welding : 1200
---- Shielded metal arc welding : 1200
---- Flux core arc welding : 1200
---- Gas tungsten arc welding : 1200
---- Structure and types of metals and welding materials : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1200
---- Rigging with fiber line : 1200
---- Rigging with wire rope : 1200
---- Rigging with chains : 1200
---- Using rigging hardware : 1200
---- Reeving : 1200
---- Rigging with slings : 1200
---- Specialized rigging : 1200
---- Miscellaneous rigging equipment : 1200
---- Material handling power equipment : 1200
---- Loading and unloading trucks : 1200
---- Lattice boom crane : 1200
---- Tower crane : 1200
---- Kangaroo crane : 1200
---- Derricks : 1200
---- Chicago boom : 1200
---- Overhead crane : 1200
---- Gantry crane : 1200
---- Crane communications : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1600
---- Principles and theories of pre-stressed concrete : 1600
---- Principles and theories of post-tensioning : 1600
---- Components of post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Components of stressing equipment : 1600
---- Tools and equipment used to install, stress, grout, and finish post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Unloading, handling and storage of post-tensioning components : 1600
---- Layout and installation of single strand unbonded post-tensioning systems and components : 1600
---- Preparation, stressing and finishing of single strand unbonded post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Components and special requirements for encapsulated systems : 1600
---- Layout and installation of multi-strand post-tensioning systems and components : 1600
---- Preparation, stressing and finishing of multi-strand post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Layout and installation of bar post-tensioning systems and components : 1600
---- Preparation, stressing and finishing of bar post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Grouting of bonded post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Installation, stressing and finishing of post-tensioned barrier cable systems : 1600
---- Troubleshooting and repair of post-tensioning systems and equipment on the job : 1600
New Hours 1600

Technical Instruction








#7458 Architectural and Ornamental Ironworker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1200
---- Oxyacetylene welding : 1200
---- Shielded metal arc welding : 1200
---- Flux core arc welding : 1200
---- Gas tungsten arc welding : 1200
---- Structure and types of metals and welding materials : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1200
---- Rigging with fiber line : 1200
---- Rigging with wire rope : 1200
---- Rigging with chains : 1200
---- Using rigging hardware : 1200
---- Reeving : 1200
---- Rigging with slings : 1200
---- Specialized rigging : 1200
---- Miscellaneous rigging equipment : 1200
---- Material handling power equipment : 1200
---- Loading and unloading trucks : 1200
---- Lattice boom crane : 1200
---- Tower crane : 1200
---- Kangaroo crane : 1200
---- Derricks : 1200
---- Chicago boom : 1200
---- Overhead crane : 1200
---- Gantry crane : 1200
---- Crane communications : 1200
New Hours 1200

Technical Instruction








#7459 Motor Boat Mechanic



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Use and care of equipment : 500
---- Shop safety : 500
---- Use and care of hand power tools : 500
---- Use and care of instruction manuals : 500
---- Basic boat electrical system : 500
---- Marine Pumps : 500
---- Compressors : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 900
---- Alternators : 900
---- Generators : 900
---- Troubleshooting: methods of diagnosis; service and repair : 900
---- Ignitions: troubleshooting; service and repair : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 2700
---- Oil and lubrication : 2700
---- Theory of basic engine ½ H.P. to 300 H.P. : 2700
---- Service and repair (all types of power heads, ½ H.P. to 300 H.P.) : 2700
---- Carburetor : 2700
---- Propeller : 2700
New Hours 2700
Total Hours 300
---- Bushing : 300
---- Boring : 300
---- Grinding : 300
---- Thread cutting : 300
New Hours 300

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Math :
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Total Hours
---- Blueprint Reading :
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---- Customer Relations :
---- Technical Writing :
New Hours






#7460 Marine Services Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 150
---- Learn and practice employer-specific safety protocols. : 150
---- Wear clothing suitable for marine/at-sea environments. : 150
---- Learn basic seamanship theory and nautical terminology. : 150
---- Describe preparations for possible maritime emergencies, such as: sinking at sea, recovery of “man” overboard, fire, preparing for rough weather. : 150
---- Learn visual distress signals, e.g., hand-held flares, signal mirrors, flames, and smoke on deck. : 150
---- Become familiar with Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRBs). : 150
---- Demonstrate Heat Escape Lessening Posture (H.E.L.P.) and describe its role in delaying hypothermia. : 150
---- Demonstrate donning, maintaining, and storing an immersion Suit. : 150
---- Describe steps to follow in event of a vessel sinking and abandoning a vessel. : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 1000
---- Identify and explain basic components of vessel systems: propulsion; steering; fuel; bilge; AC electrical; DC electrical; cooling; heating; hydraulic. : 1000
---- Demonstrate understanding of inspection schedule. : 1000
---- Learn to handle a vessel by understanding maritime theory and fundamentals, such as: Effect of wind and current; Propeller design and effect of propeller return; Rudder design and function; Vessel response to rudder; Close quarters turning; Dock line identification and handling; Landing and getting underway from a pier (with current, too); Twin screw theory; and Steering a compass course. : 1000
---- Learn, diagram, and demonstrate elements of towing: astern and alongside. : 1000
---- Write a Float Plan. : 1000
---- Prepare a (mock) medical assistance form. : 1000
---- Know procedure used to facilitate a helicopter evacuation. : 1000
---- Demonstrate procedure for receiving and operating a helo-dropped United States Coast Guard (USCG) dewatering pump. : 1000
---- Diagram typical USCG search patterns. : 1000
---- Learn and employ (when necessary) all manner of meteorologic Concepts, such as: clouds; barometers, weather symbols and maps; National Weather Service (NWS) forecasts; weather events, e.g., thunderstorms, lightning, hurricanes. : 1000
---- Define terms related to a vessel’s stability and loss of stability. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn and demonstrate safe working practices around a marina. : 1000
---- Wear appropriate wet weather and cold weather gear. : 1000
---- Learn procedures used to maximize marina revenue and marina upland storage yard capacity; measure space needed to store a boat using a travel lift. : 1000
---- Demonstrate blocking technique for various sizes of vessels. : 1000
---- Learn and demonstrate proper hand signals for travel lift and forklift operations. : 1000
---- Lift, move, and block a boat using the travel lift, and a forklift. : 1000
---- Maintain a floating dock. : 1000
---- Tie up vessels of various sizes. : 1000
---- Properly maintain marina’s buildings, docks, and equipment. : 1000
---- Prepare marina for storms. : 1000
---- Learn and employ marina security processes. : 1000
---- Demonstrate trailer operations, such as: securing a trailer, securing a boat to the trailer, etc. : 1000
---- Pressure wash boat bottom(s). : 1000
---- Prepare and paint boat bottom(s), using a paint sprayer and wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). : 1000
---- Clean, wax, apply and remove compound from boat hull(s). : 1000
---- Shrink wrap boats; perform all winterizing activities. : 1000
---- Step or un-step a sailboat mast assembly. : 1000
---- Write up service orders; use work order program (if applicable). : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn to use a mariner’s compass. : 1000
---- Learn and describe basic navigational aids: Buoys: International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation And Lighthouse Authorities (IALA) and Uniform State Waterway Marking System (USWMS); Lights; Day beacons; Primary and secondary seacoast lights; Fog signals; and Range markers. : 1000
---- Learn, describe, and use knowledge regarding tides, such as: tide tables, tidal current tables. : 1000
---- Demonstrate use of a Coast Pilot, : 1000
---- Use chart catalogues, light lists, and Local Notice(s) to Mariners to aid navigation. : 1000
---- Learn to read nautical charts in detail. : 1000
---- Learn and employ basic piloting procedures, including course, heading, speed, and distance. : 1000
---- Employ dead reckoning to establish vessel location (position). : 1000
---- Learn and use all manner of electrical and manual tactics to determine vessel position. : 1000
---- Construct and follow a “cruise plan”. : 1000
---- Communicate lifesaving procedures and plan to passengers (if applicable). : 1000
---- Demonstrate ability to don appropriate Personal Flotation Devices (PFDs). : 1000
---- Learn and tie common knots. : 1000
---- Describe and demonstrate different anchoring methods. : 1000
---- Handle a small boat. : 1000
---- Learn and use Convention on the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea (COLREGS) for both inland and inter- national vessel traffic. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn principles of internal combustion gasoline engines and diesel engines. : 1000
---- Identify engine components. : 1000
---- Differentiate between four-stroke and two-stroke principles and operation. : 1000
---- Learn principles and components of starting systems, ignition systems, fuel systems, and propeller performance. : 1000
---- Diagnose and troubleshoot propulsion system issues utilizing Hand tools, including but not limited to: wrenches, mechanics’ tools, torque wrenches, computerized testers, and engine-specific “special tools”. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn basic electrical theory, including current, circuits, and marine batteries. : 1000
---- Learn American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) specifications And USCG rules regarding marine wiring. : 1000
---- Use various electricians’ tools, such as: pliers, crimpers, strippers, multimeters, etc., to make connections, repairs, and troubleshoot electrical issues. : 1000
---- Work on various electrical components on vessel(s), e.g., lights, bilge pump, bilge ventilator. : 1000
---- Work on marine engine and engine mounted electrical components. : 1000
---- Learn gauge terminology, gauge functions, and troubleshoot gauges. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Become familiar with various marine electronic components, including but not limited to: VHF/FM radiotelephones, Single Sideboard Radios (SSBs), radar, Global Positioning Systems (GPS), and EPIRBs. : 1000
---- Operate and troubleshoot electronic components. : 1000
---- Learn, use, and reference National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) Standards while working with vessel electronics. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Use plumber and pipefitter tools and skills to perform pipe and tubing work commonly found on boats. : 1000
---- Use various hand tools, such as saws, sanders, grinders, to make repairs to fiberglass hulls. : 1000
---- Learn components of vessel hydraulic system(s); troubleshoot and perform repairs. : 1000
---- Learn components of refrigeration system(s); perform diagnostic testing and troubleshoot system(s). : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn metal components of vessel hulls. : 1000
---- Wear appropriate welding-specific PPE. : 1000
---- Set up and operate oxy-acetylene welding equipment: prepare joints, braze, weld joints, cut steel plate(s). : 1000
---- Set up, operate, and test welds performed using Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW or “stick”); Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW or “MIG”); Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW or “TIG”). : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- General Workplace Safety and Emergency Procedures : 32
---- First Aid & CPR : 32
---- Proper Use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Marine environments, Spray Painting, Welding : 32
---- Maritime Emergency Procedures : 32
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 32
---- Proper Lifting Techniques : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 32
New Hours 32






#7456 Structural Metal Fabricator and Fitter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 375
---- Set-up SMAW equipment : 375
---- Evaluate the quality of a SMAW weld : 375
---- Run a stringer bead : 375
---- Perform a butt joint (square) in the four basic positions : 375
---- Perform a butt/groove weld in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 375
---- Perform a lap weld in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 375
---- Perform a t-joint/fillet in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 375
---- Perform a corner joint in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 375
---- Perform an edge joint in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 375
New Hours 375
Total Hours 750
---- Set-up GTAW equipment : 750
---- Evaluate the quality of a GTAW weld : 750
---- Perform a butt/groove weld in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 750
---- Perform a lap weld in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 750
---- Perform a t-joint in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 750
---- Perform a corner joint in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 750
---- Perform an edge joint in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 390
---- Set-up OFC equipment : 390
---- Perform oxyfuel cutting : 390
---- Perform oxyfuel welding : 390
---- Perform oxyfuel brazing : 390
New Hours 390
Total Hours 1500
---- Set-up GMAW equipment : 1500
---- Perform a butt/groove weld in the appropriate position for short arc and/or pulse spray : 1500
---- Perform a lap weld in the appropriate position for short arc and/or pulse spray : 1500
---- Perform a t-joint in the appropriate position for short arc and/or pulse spray : 1500
---- Perform a butt/groove weld in the flat or horizontal position using globular or spray method : 1500
---- Perform a lap weld in the flat or horizontal position using globular or spray method : 1500
---- Perform a t-joint weld in the flat or horizontal position using globular or spray method : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 188
---- Identify types of fiber rope : 188
---- Demonstrate coiling and uncoiling techniques : 188
---- Whip the end of a line : 188
---- Inspect fiber rope : 188
---- Splice fiber rope : 188
---- Demonstrate the ability to tie various types of knots with fiber rope : 188
---- Reeve rope falls : 188
---- Identify types of wire ropes : 188
---- Inspect wire ropes : 188
---- Attach end fittings to wire rope : 188
---- Identify rigging hardware : 188
---- Demonstrate the use of a single choker hitch : 188
---- Demonstrate the use of a double wrap choker hitch : 188
---- Demonstrate the use of a single basket hitch : 188
---- Demonstrate the use of a double wrap basket hitch : 188
---- Inspect and use chains : 188
---- Use an overhead crane : 188
---- Use a jack : 188
---- Use a roller : 188
---- Use a pulling device : 188
---- Operate a fork lift : 188
---- Demonstrate crane signals : 188
New Hours 188
Total Hours 1,125
---- Hand tools : 1,125
---- Measuring devices : 1,125
---- Precision measuring instruments : 1,125
---- Shears : 1,125
---- Punch press : 1,125
---- Drill press : 1,125
---- Grinders : 1,125
---- Bending brakes : 1,125
---- Saws : 1,125
---- Beam drilling line : 1,125
---- Beam punch line : 1,125
---- Plate drilling machine : 1,125
---- Plate cutting machine : 1,125
---- Brakes : 1,125
---- Rolls : 1,125
---- Ironworker : 1,125
New Hours 1,125

Technical Instruction








#7453 Teller (Financial)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- Verify and certify customer deposits : 300
---- Place holds on checks, if necessary under Regulations : 300
---- Learn endorsement standards : 300
---- Operate Calculator, Check Protector : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Cash withdrawals from savings – verify proper identification and verify funds are available : 300
---- Change orders-prepare money : 300
---- Cash advances-acquire proper identification from customer and acquire authorization from credit card company : 300
---- Cashed checks-verify proper identification and ascertain possibility of check being returned, get proper identification from supervisor : 300
---- Operate Calculator, Check Protector, computer, and Photocopier : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Make sure funds are collected or available: : 300
---- Personal money orders : 300
---- Bank money orders : 300
---- Cashier checks : 300
---- Travelers Check : 300
---- Operate Calculator, Check Protector, Computer, Typewriter : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Verifying that debits match credits (vice versa) for each transaction : 300
---- Reconciling system totals to cash totals : 300
---- Count cash drawer : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 100
---- Maintain clean and organized area : 100
---- Bait money, dye pack, or other security devices : 100
---- Knowledge of alarm system : 100
---- Robbery procedures : 100
---- Fraud-be aware of check kiting processes and check fraud (also includes internal fraud) : 100
---- Operate Calculator, Check Protector, Computer, Typewriter : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 500
---- Initial two weeks of training unless previous experience is acceptable : 500
---- Regular monthly meeting : 500
---- Bank Secrecy Act training annually : 500
---- Security training : 500
---- Operate Check Protector, Computer : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction








#7454 Locksmith



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 4000
---- Identifying and understanding components and functions of various lock types, including but not limited to: deadbolts, knob locks, lever handle locks, cam locks, mortise locks, interchangeable core cylinders, furniture locks. : 4000
---- Fabricating keys using tools such as: manual key cutters, automatic key cutters, and grinders. Using appropriate key blanks. : 4000
---- Using hand tools to assemble and disassemble locks. : 4000
---- Learning and utilizing key control software (e.g., BEST Access Systems) for re-keying and lock-changing work. : 4000
---- Setting pins in lock cores. : 4000
---- Inventorying keys. Labeling and assigning masters and sub- masters (and any additional key progression if applicable). Collecting, storing, and reassigning keys for use. : 4000
---- Managing and completing work orders. : 4000
---- Fitting keys to locks to ensure quality control. : 4000
New Hours 4000
Total Hours 3500
---- “Changing out” locks. : 3500
---- Picking locks. : 3500
---- Re-installing, maintaining, and repairing various kinds of locks. : 3500
---- Repairing and maintaining components and functionality of keyless entry systems (if applicable), excluding software troubleshooting. : 3500
---- Reading blueprints, specs, and installation instructions. : 3500
---- Performing carpentry work pertinent to locksmithing. : 3500
New Hours 3500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 44
---- General Workplace Safety : 44
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 44
---- Asbestos Awareness (see Attachment to Appendix B) : 44
---- Proper Use of All Trade-Related Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 44
---- First Aid & CPR (minimum of 6.5 hours every 3 years) : 44
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (minimum 3 hours) : 44
New Hours 44






#7455 Insulation & Asbestos Worker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Trowel, brushes, knives, scissors, saws, pliers, tape measure, stapling gun, caulking gun. Power saw, welding machine, compressor. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Staging. Erecting and safe use of ladders. Assembling, dismantling, and safe use of scaffolding. Handling and hoisting insulating materials. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 2,000
---- Reading blueprints and specifications. Selection of appropriate type of insulating material including: fiberglass, foam, cellulose, rock wool, etc. Measurement, layout and cutting of material for both straight and curved surfaces. : 2,000
New Hours 2,000
Total Hours 2,000
---- Use of glues and adhesives. Pin and tack welding. Wire mesh and corner bead. Spraying, wiring, taping, stapling, blowing-in loose-fill insulation. : 2,000
New Hours 2,000
Total Hours 1,800
---- Uses of, and methods of applying, aluminum, sheetmetal, plastic, canvas, tape, sealants, asphalt mastic. Cementing or banding cover in place. Screwing on sheetmetal covering. : 1,800
New Hours 1,800
Total Hours 200
---- Selection and application of appropriate endothermic materials to all penetrations through fire-rated walls, floors, assemblies. : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 250
---- If in keeping with prevailing area practices. : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 250
---- If in keeping with prevailing area practices. : 250
New Hours 250

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- General construction site safety : 32
---- OSHA 10-Hour Construction Course : 32
---- Personal protective equipment : 32
---- Safe and proper use of respirator(s) : 32
---- Use of decontamination shower : 32
---- Ladder safety : 32
---- Scaffold safety : 32
---- Asbestos Safety : 32
---- Lead safety : 32
---- Awareness : 32
---- Abatement : 32
---- Mold remediation : 32
---- General environmental remediation : 32
---- All applicable OSHA and EPA regulations, standards, rules : 32
---- First aid/CPR : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 18
---- Fundamentals : 18
---- Trade math (including measurement, practical algebra, and geometric construction) : 18
---- Estimating : 18
---- Basic account keeping (time and materials) : 18
New Hours 18
Total Hours 18
---- Reading blueprints for the building trades : 18
---- Reading specifications : 18
---- Reading codes : 18
New Hours 18
Total Hours 32
---- Basic building construction : 32
---- Principles of heat transfer : 32
---- Use and care of hand and power tools : 32
---- Use and care of machines and equipment : 32
---- Insulation requirements and characteristics of materials used in: Plumbing, heating and air conditioning systems Industrial, process, and power plant systems Refrigeration systems : 32
---- Fundamental insulation skills: Buildings, Piping, of all temperature ranges Vats, tanks, and vessels (commercial) Ducts and plenum chambers, Heating and air conditioning equipment Underground equipment, Application of protective coatings and coverings , Loose-fill and foam : 32
---- Shop fabrication: Layout and patternmaking, Construction : 32
---- Industrial insulation applications: Industrial boilers and related piping and equipment, Turbines and related piping and equipment, Industrial tanks, vessels, and towers, Industrial piping, Refrigeration systems, Cryogenics, Other : 32
---- Firestop penetration work : 32
---- Specialty areas: Nuclear power generating equipment (optional), Marine systems and equipment (optional), Sound attenuation (optional), Spraying foam : 32
New Hours 32






#7452 Office Manager/Administrative Services



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- Prioritize work assignments : 400
---- Choose appropriate software and format/type letters, memos, reports, tables, business forms, financial documents : 400
---- Proofread and edit documents using automatic software features : 400
---- Backup, retrieve/delete, files, save/name/print documents/envelopes and lists/forms : 400
---- Merge mailing lists/forms : 400
---- Design and /or type newsletter, announcement and brochure : 400
---- Import graphics/data : 400
---- Create and/or manage databases : 400
---- Create and/or manage spreadsheets : 400
---- Use macros : 400
---- Type agendas, meeting minutes, legal documents : 400
---- Use boilerplate materials : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 400
---- Prepare file folders and labels (color coding) : 400
---- File four basic filing methods and retrieve information : 400
---- Prepare cross-references for filing documents : 400
---- Use a tickler follow up file : 400
---- Maintain contents of files : 400
---- Follow retention/transfer/purge/destroy procedures for files : 400
---- Apply computer conventions for filing : 400
---- Use/prepare PC directories : 400
---- Establish subject filing master index : 400
---- Select filing supplies and storage equipment : 400
---- Use pending, reading and suspense files : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 400
---- Greet visitors professionally : 400
---- Maintain visitor records : 400
---- Make/take/transfer calls using correct telephone techniques : 400
---- Take accurate messages : 400
---- Handle people/customers professionally : 400
---- Make/cancel appointments : 400
---- Use a telephone directory : 400
---- Contact appropriate associates : 400
---- Coordinate schedule/meetings/projects/conferences : 400
---- Take meeting minutes : 400
---- Make meeting minutes : 400
---- Make travel arrangements/itineraries : 400
---- Read maps, recognize time zones : 400
---- Make photocopies, assemble/collate/staple documents : 400
---- Maintain photocopiers : 400
---- Maintain office supply inventory and order office supplies using purchase orders : 400
---- Use reference and instruction manuals : 400
---- Use electronic dictionaries, thesauruses : 400
---- Set priorities, manage time, arrange workstations : 400
---- Display supervision skills : 400
---- Complete expense reports and forms : 400
---- Portray a good company image : 400
---- Follow safety practices : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 300
---- Speak and write clearly and concisely : 300
---- Use appropriate grammar : 300
---- Ask questions clearly : 300
---- Use positive tone of voice : 300
---- Follow directions (oral and written) : 300
---- Give clear instructions : 300
---- Demonstrate ability to present information orally : 300
---- Exhibit good listening skills : 300
---- Demonstrate ability to use shorthand/speedwriting/note taking : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Perform mathematical computations (interest, percentage, discounts and averages) : 300
---- Use accounting software : 300
---- Demonstrate 10 key calculation skills by touch : 300
---- Post from journals to ledgers : 300
---- Use steps to locate errors in accounting : 300
---- Demonstrate ability to make monetary change : 300
---- Prepare payrolls data : 300
---- Handle accounts receivable/accounts payable /cash receipts : 300
---- Prepare bank deposit, reconcile bank statements : 300
---- Compute petty cash totals : 300
---- Prepare invoices : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 100
---- Use a postage machine : 100
---- Process incoming/outgoing/interoffice mail : 100
---- Maintain mail registers : 100
---- Process faxes : 100
---- Prepare E-mail messages : 100
---- Send E-mail messages : 100
---- Use a zip code directory : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrate punctuality/dependability/flexibility : 100
---- Demonstrate positive attitude/ethics : 100
---- Demonstrate teamwork skills : 100
---- Demonstrate ability to work with all types of people in a diverse workplace : 100
---- Demonstrate awareness of cultural diversity : 100
---- Demonstrate critical thinking/problem solving skills : 100
---- Demonstrate resume writing and interviewing skills : 100
---- Follow line of authority : 100
---- Supervise/train office workers : 100
---- Delegate work : 100
---- Handle multiple responsibilities : 100
---- Demonstrate cost consciousness : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 300
---- Use calculator or adding machines efficiently : 300
---- Demonstrate familiarity with basic computer terminology : 300
---- Use/create spreadsheets and databases for compilation of a source data : 300
---- Use accounting payroll software applications : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Prepare billing invoices check for accuracy : 300
---- Verify record, and post customer/client transactions : 300
---- Maintain aging of accounts receivables ,i.e. 30, 60, 90, 180 days : 300
---- Adjust/apply finance charges when necessary. : 300
---- Send overdue notice : 300
---- Generate outstanding accounts receivable listing : 300
---- Run monthly billing cycles : 300
---- Supplement computerized processed with paper trail i.e., maintain accounts receivable filing : 300
---- Purge uncollectible and send to collection : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Verify record and post all payable into current system : 300
---- Prepare, record and organize purchasing documents, i.e. purchase order invoices warranty information etc. : 300
---- Maintain monthly accounts payable/disbursements listing : 300
---- Prepare disbursement check and record payable information in appropriate check register : 300
---- Prepare 1099 tax reports where applicable : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Complete check registers manually or electronically : 300
---- Prepare deposit slips, prove to receipt reports : 300
---- Maintain and update checking, saving and money : 300
---- Market accounts : 300
---- Reconcile various bank statements : 300
---- Prepare outstanding check lists : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Demonstrate understanding of the processes and function of time cards, payroll registers, payroll earning forms : 300
---- Verify and record information for w-4 forms into employee data : 300
---- Calculate employee earnings based on hourly time records or based on annual salary : 300
---- Enter data into current payroll system : 300
---- Complete payroll data for in hours/outsourced payroll check generation : 300
---- Calculate process payroll taxes through bank deposits and/or EFTPS : 300
---- Prepare monthly, quarterly, and annual state and federal payroll reports, i.e. withholding employment disability etc. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 200
---- Demonstrate ability to take physical and perpetual inventory : 200
---- Compare inventories to locate shrinkage or shortage, prepare comparison report : 200
---- Maintain inventory data base and reports : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 64
---- Office Management : 64
---- Secretarial Duties : 64
---- Time Management : 64
---- File Management : 64
---- Record Keeping : 64
---- Supply Inventory : 64
New Hours 64
Total Hours 64
---- Team Building Skills : 64
---- Conflict Resolution : 64
---- Training the Adult Learner : 64
---- Diversity Training : 64
---- Sensitivity Training : 64
New Hours 64
Total Hours 16
---- Computer Application : 16
---- Creating, editing and proofreading word processing documents : 16
---- Returning data : 16
---- Creating spreadsheets, databases and documents : 16
---- Developing graphics and importing to text : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 68
---- Interpersonal/Employability Skills : 68
---- Communication Skills : 68
---- Organization Skills : 68
---- Personnel procedures : 68
---- Management responsibility : 68
New Hours 68
Total Hours 68
---- Theory of Accounting Cycle : 68
---- Payroll : 68
---- Banking procedures : 68
---- Journal and Ledgers : 68
New Hours 68






#7451 Early Childhood Educator



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7449 Geothermal and Well Drilling Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1980
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 1980
---- Operate using the controls, their importance in proper operation, and movement of machine for safety of other employees, drilling around underground utilities, working the proper distance from overhead power lines, and other equipment working near machine. : 1980
---- Apply technical knowledge and assist during major overhauls while working with the operator, heavy duty repairperson, and welder. : 1980
---- Auguring: Both with solid flight augers and hollow stem augers. : 1980
---- “Direct” Mud Rotary: Using both polymer and bentonite based fluids, filtration control, and the use of additives to solve down hole problems. : 1980
---- Air Rotary: Using air, mist, foam, and “stiff foam” to overcome hole stabilization problems when using air in “non-cohesive” soils. : 1980
---- Reverse Rotary: Air lift and vacuum lift using both polymer and bentonite based fluids to stabilize the hole during “flooded hole drilling.” : 1980
---- Direct push: With the installation of monitoring wells and environmental procedures for collection and equipment decontamination. : 1980
---- Cable Tool: Advance holes and casing using drill stem percussion to break up and stir formation into a solution to be bailed out of the hole. : 1980
---- Sonic: Drill and sample holes using vibration of varying hertz imparted on a casing used as a drill stem to break up and liquefy the formation while the casing protects form formation collapse. : 1980
---- Dual rotary: Two rotary heads are employed to drill and case the hole at the same time. The top head drive is used to advance the drill rods and bit while the bottom drive advances the casing with the bit thru the overburden. Once the overburden is cased the top drive operates the same as on a conventional rig. : 1980
New Hours 1980
Total Hours 330
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 330
---- Operate using the controls, their importance in proper operation, and movement of machine for safety of other employees, digging underground utilities, working the proper distance from overhead power lines, and other equipment working near machine. : 330
---- Perform the movement of heavy drill collars, tooling, as well as digging mud pits and providing drainage to slurry pits. : 330
---- Apply technical knowledge and assist during major overhauls while working with the operator, heavy duty repairperson, and welder. : 330
New Hours 330
Total Hours 330
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 330
---- Operate on the different types of work assigned the dozer from rough excavation to finish work. : 330
---- Perform the movement of heavy drill collars, tooling, as well as digging mud pits and providing drainage to slurry pits. : 330
---- Assist in making minor adjustments and repairs and work with the mechanic on major repairs. : 330
New Hours 330
Total Hours 180
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 180
---- Operate on the different types of work assigned the dozer from rough excavation to finish work. : 180
---- Perform the movement of heavy drill collars, tooling, as well as digging mud pits and providing drainage to slurry pits. : 180
---- Assist in making minor adjustments and repairs and work with the mechanic on major repairs. : 180
New Hours 180
Total Hours 150
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 150
---- Operate on the different types of work assigned the dozer from pioneer and rough excavation to finish work. : 150
---- Assist in making minor adjustments and repairs and work with the mechanic on major repairs. : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 230
---- Drive a truck mounted drill. : 230
---- Study the Federal Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) laws and obtain a CDL license. : 230
New Hours 230
Total Hours 296
---- Use instruments and read plans for making grades. : 296
---- Read and set grade stakes as well as read plans and instructions. : 296
---- Read boring plans for layout. : 296
New Hours 296
Total Hours 152
---- Perform proper description of soils and logging. : 152
---- Principles and methods of soil collection. : 152
---- Record geological : 152
New Hours 152
Total Hours 200
---- Operate, service, and adjust all types of pumps. : 200
---- Assist in installing, operating, and maintaining well-point systems. : 200
---- Operate, service, and adjust all types of electric generating plants. : 200
---- Operate, service, and adjust all other types of equipment. : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 20
---- Apprenticeship Rules and Regulations : 20
---- Issue Books and Manuals : 20
---- Drug & Alcohol presentation : 20
---- Diversity : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 10
---- Occupational Safety and Health Administration(O.S.H.A) Rules and Regulations : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 8
---- Testing Requirements : 8
---- Inspection Stipulations : 8
---- Driving Course : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- 40 Hour Hazwoper Certification Course : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 18
---- Describe soils : 18
---- Log procedures : 18
---- Principles and fundamentals : 18
New Hours 18
Total Hours 8
---- Standard First Aid, CPR and AED : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 80
---- Drill Rig : 80
---- Skid steer loader : 80
---- Forklift and Powered Industrial Truck Training : 80
---- Support Equipment : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 60
---- Theory : 60
---- Logs and data collection : 60
---- Foundations and layout : 60
---- Tooling : 60
---- Boring : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 12
---- Chart Reading : 12
---- Drill Set-Up : 12
---- Cable Specification : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 8
---- 8 Hour Refresher : 8
---- Safety Review : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Standard First Aid, CPR and AED : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 56
---- Drill Rig : 56
---- Skid steer loader : 56
---- Dozer : 56
---- Combination Backhoe Loader : 56
---- Forklift and Powered Industrial Truck : 56
---- Support Equipment : 56
New Hours 56
Total Hours 60
---- Theory and components : 60
---- Well construction : 60
---- Grouting – Mud and Grout Awareness : 60
---- Pump selection and installation : 60
---- Practical application : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 8
---- 8 Hour Refresher : 8
---- Safety Review : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Standard First Aid, CPR and AED : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 16
---- Transit and Hand Level : 16
---- Theodolite : 16
---- Leveling Rods : 16
---- Measurement Instruments : 16
---- Stakes : 16
---- Print Reading : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 6
---- Basic Hydraulics : 6
---- Basic Electrical : 6
---- Fundamental Power Trains : 6
New Hours 6






#7448 Painter, Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 32
---- History of IUPAT : 32
---- Survival of the Fittest : 32
---- Green Building Awareness : 32
---- Sexual Harassment : 32
---- Math for the Construction Trades : 32
---- Basic Computing : 32
---- Architectural Drawings/Blueprint Reading : 32
---- Introduction to Health and Safety : 32
---- First Aid/CPR/AED : 32
---- Ergonomics : 32
---- Respiratory Protection : 32
---- Lead Abatement Awareness for the Lead Worker : 32
---- Hand and Power Tool Safety Awareness : 32
---- Communication Skills : 32
---- Foreman Training : 32
---- Project Management : 32
---- Supervisor Training Program (STP) : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 300
---- Don (put on), doff (remove), inspect, and maintain the proper PPE that should be worn. : 300
---- Perform a job analysis for safe working conditions. : 300
---- Safely demonstrate the proper use and maintenance of ICLAS tools and equipment. : 300
---- Maintain clean work areas (housekeeping). : 300
---- Demonstrate how to perform positive and negative fit checks on selected respirators. : 300
---- Use selected monitoring equipment to measure the atmosphere in a confined space. : 300
---- Recognize the symptoms associated with excess exposure to heat and cold. : 300
---- Store, handle, and transport tools, equipment and materials properly. : 300
---- Identify the locations of First Aid and Fire Equipment. : 300
---- Correctly use fall arresting and other fall protection equipment. : 300
---- Demonstrate safe work practices for erecting and dismantling scaffolds, including: pre-planning, inspecting scaffold components, load capacity, platform construction, access requirements, and fall protection. : 300
---- Demonstrate a pre-inspection and the safe operation of an aerial lift. : 300
---- Describe and demonstrate the proper use of various types of personal fall protection equipment. : 300
---- Describe and demonstrate the steps of ladder safety, including: selection, inspection, set-up, safe techniques and proper maintenance and storage. : 300
---- Use flags and paddles to safely control vehicle movements around work zones in accordance with state and national guidelines. : 300
---- Demonstrate the measurement of a selected containment ventilation air pressure and/or air flow requirement using the appropriate instrumentation. : 300
---- Recognize and describe a selected emission quality assessment method. : 300
---- Perform and explain the procedures for conducting forklift inspections. : 300
---- Calculate load weight and determine forklift capabilities for that load. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 350
---- Demonstrate the characteristics of a professional Painter, Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist. : 350
---- Exhibit suitable appearance and personal hygiene. : 350
---- Exhibit proper attitude and behavior on the jobsite, including private residences and other occupied buildings. : 350
---- Deal with difficult customers in a professional and courteous manner. : 350
---- Interpret written and verbal instructions. : 350
---- Recognize the importance of cooperation andinteraction with related occupations on a jobsite. : 350
---- Demonstrate the ability to follow specific work place protocol and procedures. : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 600
---- Recognize the critical role of the applicator in providing protection from corrosion. : 600
---- Recognize the 8 basic forms of corrosion. : 600
---- Demonstrate the 5 basic methods of mitigating corrosion. : 600
---- Select conditions that meet project demands in various conditions and service environments. : 600
---- Set-up of a jobsite including selection of trailers, storing flammable liquids, waste thinner, hazardous lead waste, and tarps. : 600
---- Demonstrate the ability to tie knots correctly and understand the different types of knots used in Industrial applications. : 600
---- Store, handle, and transport tools, equipment and materials properly. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 850
---- Apply proper surface preparation techniques to achieve the maximum level of protection available through protective coatings systems. : 850
---- Create a surface that meets industry standards defining an achievable surface cleanliness level. : 850
---- Demonstrate the safe and appropriate application of surface preparation techniques. : 850
---- Demonstrate and describe the proper use, maintenance and storage of surface preparation tools and equipment. : 850
---- Demonstrate solvent hand tool cleaning, safety, PPE, methods, care, and repair SSPC – SP1. : 850
---- Demonstrate power tool safety, PPE, methods of use, standards, and inspection SSPC – SP3. : 850
---- Demonstrate the proper set-up of compressor, blast pot, and separators with control valves, hose and coupling layout. : 850
---- Demonstrate abrasive blasting system operation guidelines: warnings and hazards, pre-start, daily checks, start-up, operation, and shutdown. : 850
---- Create a surface that meets industry standards defining an achievable surface cleanliness level. : 850
---- Demonstrate the proper use, care, PPE, and inspection of water cleaning and water jetting. : 850
---- Recognize and describe surface preparation of concrete in accordance with SSPC – SP13/NACE 6. : 850
---- Measure ambient conditions. : 850
---- Determine when to measure ambient conditions. : 850
---- Recognize when coating operations should not be permitted due to adverse ambient conditions. : 850
---- Identify and employ troubleshooting techniques and procedures. : 850
New Hours 850
Total Hours 600
---- Demonstrate proper spray techniques for each of the spray systems and troubleshoot spray pattern problems. : 600
---- Demonstrate proper care and maintenance of spray equipment. : 600
---- Demonstrate appropriate use and safe handling of spray equipment. : 600
---- Recognize, select, and demonstrate the following equipment for coating application. : 600
---- Demonstrate thermo spraying methods, i.e., wire flame, powder flame, electric arc and plasma. : 600
---- Demonstrate safe and proper methods to mix paint. : 600
---- Demonstrate proper use of wet film thickness gauge. : 600
---- Demonstrate the procedures required to clean and lubricate a spray gun. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 1000
---- Demonstrate proper use of wet film thickness gauge. : 1000
---- Demonstrate quality inspection procedures for monitoring ambient air, surface temperature, and surface profile. : 1000
---- Interpret manufacturer’s catalog product data sheets to determine recommended uses and product/performance characteristics for industrial coatings. : 1000
---- Use MSDSs to determine the hazards, appropriate personal protective equipment, and other safety-relevant information pertaining to the use of industrial coatings. : 1000
---- Use manufacturer’s coating application bulletins to determine the proper surface preparation and application procedures required for use with industrial coatings. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 650
---- Concrete : 650
---- Plural Components : 650
---- Thermal Spray : 650
---- Waterjetting : 650
---- Powder Coatings : 650
---- Pipeline Coatings : 650
---- Electrostatic Spray : 650
New Hours 650

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 4
---- Identify the historical reasons for unionization. : 4
---- Describe the strengths and weaknesses of the labor movement in the U.S. : 4
---- Describe the union structure and its activities. : 4
---- Explain how unions promote the occupation and serve its members : 4
---- Understand the union’s impact on economic issues, corporation, productivity, and distribution of wealth. : 4
---- Identify and explain the most significant labor laws of the 1900s. : 4
---- Analyze the impact the labor movement has had on social and political reform. : 4
---- Evaluate the IUPAT’s role in the labor movement from 1887 to the Present. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Investigate the current state of the union’s market share. : 2
---- Discuss the personal rewards and consequences associated with the union’s market share. : 2
---- Describe successful strategies for unions to regain a market share in the construction industry. : 2
---- Identify and describe what the union provides on an ongoing basis to its members and affiliates. : 2
---- Identify the roles and responsibilities of the end users, contractors, union, and rank and file. : 2
---- Articulate the value that the union provides its members and affiliates. : 2
---- Describe the impact the IUPAT’s Top Workplace Performance (TWP) program has on shaping attitudes and performance. : 2
---- Discuss the generational changes in rank and file attitudes and behaviors. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Describe sustainability and the social, environmental, and economic impact. : 4
---- Identify the benefits of sustainability. : 4
---- Explain the purpose of sustainability in commercial and residential buildings. : 4
---- Identify professional ‘green’ organizations. : 4
---- Identify elements of sustainability. : 4
---- Explain the importance of green practices. : 4
---- Define green bid specifications. : 4
---- Identify and interpret a green specification in a project manual. : 4
---- Source and cost out green products. : 4
---- Create a bid incorporating green products and practices. : 4
---- Describe the elements involved with sustainable sites. : 4
---- Describe water efficiency practices. : 4
---- Determine energy and atmospheric requirements. : 4
---- Identify and describe effective materials and resources. : 4
---- Discuss indoor environmental quality standards. : 4
---- Discuss the ‘green’ innovation and design process. : 4
---- Identify and discuss the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design – New Construction (LEED-NC) Process. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Define sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify the law sexual harassment violates. : 2
---- Identify characteristics of quid pro quo sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify characteristics of hostile environment sexual harassment. : 2
---- Cite factors that contribute to the determination of whether behavior is sexual harassment. : 2
---- Explain legal and other consequences of sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify effects of sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify costs associated with sexual harassment. : 2
---- Discuss employer liability in harassment Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist (ICLAS) cases. : 2
---- Identify United States Supreme Court Landmark ICLAS cases.Add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers, with and without a calculator. : 2
---- Use a standard ruler, a metric ruler, and a measuring tape to measure. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 12
---- Add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions. : 12
---- Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals, with and without a calculator. : 12
---- Convert decimals to percentages and percentages to decimals. : 12
---- Convert fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions. : 12
---- Explain what the metric system is and how it is important in the construction industry. : 12
---- Recognize and use metric units of length, weight, volume, and temperature. : 12
---- Recognize some of the basic shapes used in the construction industry and apply basic geometry to measure them. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 4
---- Describe the components of a computer system. : 4
---- Define microcomputer hardware in terms of its functions: input, output, processing, and storage. : 4
---- Describe how peripheral devices are connected to a microcomputer. : 4
---- Identify types of software and their functions and describe the difference between system software and application software. : 4
---- Navigate and use the Windows XP environment to open and use applications, manage documents, and identify and maintain resources. : 4
---- Access and navigate the World Wide Web to find information. : 4
---- Create, format, and edit documents using Microsoft® Word. : 4
---- Create, revise, and enhance business presentations using Microsoft® PowerPoint. : 4
---- Create, revise, and enhance spreadsheets using Microsoft® Excel. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 16
---- Define blueprint and blueprint reading. : 16
---- Define plans and specifications. : 16
---- Describe how plans and specifications are prepared. : 16
---- Describe the purpose and importance of a set of plans. : 16
---- Identify and define various parts of a set of plans. : 16
---- Identify the various views of a drawing that are included in a set of plans and their relationship to each other. : 16
---- Identify and define material symbols, abbreviations, and lines used in drawings. : 16
---- Define the meaning of scale. : 16
---- Use fractional rule to calculate measurements. : 16
---- Explain how an architect’s scale is used to measure lines. : 16
---- Use the architect’s scale to determine the actual length of a scaled line. : 16
---- Recognize, locate, and determine missing dimensions. : 16
---- Describe proper handling procedures for plans and drawings. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 10
---- Explain the idea of a safety culture and its importance in the construction fields. : 10
---- Identify causes of accidents and the impact of accident costs. : 10
---- Explain the role of OSHA in jobsite safety. : 10
---- Locate OSHA Standards references applicable to specific hazardous conditions and practices. : 10
---- Recognize the aspects of 1926 Subpart C (General Safety and Health Provisions). : 10
---- State the purpose of the OSHA Act and list the functions of OSHA. : 10
---- List the OSHA inspection priorities and describe the inspection process. : 10
---- Describe the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees under the OSHA Act. : 10
---- Recognize hazard recognition and risk assessment techniques. : 10
---- Explain fall protection, ladder, stair, and scaffold procedures and requirements. : 10
---- Identify struck-by hazards and demonstrate safe working procedures and requirements. : 10
---- Identify caught-in-between hazards and demonstrate safe working procedures and requirements. : 10
---- Define safe work procedures to use around electrical hazards. : 10
---- Demonstrate the use and care of appropriate PPE. : 10
---- Explain the importance of hazard communications (Haz Com) and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs). : 10
---- Identify other construction hazards on your jobsite, including hazardous material exposures, environmental elements, welding and cutting hazards, confined spaces, and fires. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 8
---- Demonstrate how to minimize the risk of disease transmission when giving care. : 8
---- Demonstrate how to check an unconscious person for life-threatening and non-life threatening conditions. : 8
---- Demonstrate how to give cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to a person.Demonstrate how to care for a person who is not breathing and/or chocking. : 8
---- Describe when and how to use an AED. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 4
---- Describe ergonomics and its importance in the workplace. : 4
---- Describe the benefits of implementing an ergonomic program. : 4
---- Identify and describe ergonomic related injuries and related musculoskeletal disorders that can occur in an office setting. : 4
---- Identify and describe ergonomic related injuries and related musculoskeletal disorders that can occur in a construction workplace. : 4
---- Recognize and describe risk factors that can cause musculoskeletal disorders or related injuries. : 4
---- Describe healthy ergonomics in an office setting. : 4
---- Describe healthy ergonomics in a construction workplace. : 4
---- Demonstrate proper stretching techniques. : 4
---- Identify employee and employer rights and responsibilities. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- Describe how the respiratory system works. : 4
---- Identify the different types of respirators and their purposes. : 4
---- Demonstrate the proper fit, inspection, cleaning, disinfection, and storage of respirators. : 4
---- Summarize how the human respiratory system works. : 4
---- Identify respiratory hazards and describe how they affect the respiratory system. : 4
---- Identify work activities that can create airborne hazards. : 4
---- Demonstrate how to perform proper negative and positive fit-checks. : 4
---- Demonstrate proper inspection of respirators. : 4
---- Demonstrate safe cleaning, disinfection, and storage procedures for respirators. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 8
---- Explain his/her roles and responsibilities as a Lead Abatement worker. : 8
---- Recall and describe basics facts in the history of lead and Lead Abatement. : 8
---- Identify and describe the health effects of lead exposure and protection against lead exposure and poisoning. : 8
---- Describe and demonstrate safe work practices when working with or aroundlead. : 8
---- Describe general work safety and health hazards. : 8
---- Identify and describe the federal, state and local regulations for Lead Abatement workers. : 8
---- Explain and demonstrate the pre-abatement set up and containment procedures for residential buildings. : 8
---- Recognize and describe residential lead-based paint hazards and control factors. : 8
---- Describe and explain interior dust abatement procedures, clean-up and final clearance inspections. : 8
---- Describe and explain the procedures for soil and exterior dust abatement with waste disposal. : 8
---- Explain and demonstrate the pre-abatement set up and containment procedures for industrial buildings. : 8
---- Recognize and describe industrial lead-based paint hazards and control factors. : 8
---- Describe and demonstrate lead safe work practices in compliance with the EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule, and HUD’s Lead Safe Housing Rule. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 6
---- Recognize and identify some of the basic hand tools and their proper uses in the construction industry. : 6
---- Visually inspect hand tools to determine if they are safe to use. : 6
---- Safely use hand tools. : 6
---- Identify power tools commonly used in the construction industry. : 6
---- Demonstrate and describe all general safety rules for power tools and follow them. : 6
---- Explain the importance of using guards during the operation of power tools. : 6
---- Explain the importance of using a properly rated extension cord. : 6
---- Demonstrate and describe how to properly ground a power tool. : 6
---- Explain how to maintain power tools properly. : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 4
---- Interpret information and instructions presented in both verbal and written form. : 4
---- Communicate effectively in on-the-job situations using verbal and written skills. : 4
---- Communicate effectively on-the-job using electronic communication devices. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Describe the role of the foreman. : 2
---- State the key role of the foreman in maintaining safety rules and regulations. : 2
---- Describe how to establish and maintain good relationships with co-workers, supervisors, and other professionals. : 2
---- Describe productive motivational techniques. : 2
---- Explain the importance of properly performing personnel functions in accordance with the union agreement and company policies. : 2
---- Explain the importance of developing and using effective communications skills. : 2
---- Describe the proper planning and organizational skills needed to successfully complete a job. : 2
---- Describe the “leadership” qualities needed to be an effective foreman. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Achieve predicted and desired results in the execution of projects through implementation of consistent methodologies. : 4
---- Advance the skill level and knowledge of IUPAT Project Managers. : 4
---- Emphasize the depth and breadth of roles and responsibilities that a Project Manager may be relied upon to manage, to contribute to, or to perform. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Define the role of the supervisor. : 2
---- Define the scope and importance of verbal communication. : 2
---- Refine written communication skills. : 2
---- Describe various job site personnel issues. : 2
---- Identify the supervisor’s role in safety. : 2
---- Manage and estimate the cost of tools and materials. : 2
---- Describe the importance of leadership in effective supervision. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 40
---- Recognize the important areas of OSHA in general terms. : 40
---- Identify the Safety Regulations as they apply to safe work practices in the ICLAS occupation : 40
---- Describe the precautions that must be followed when using flammable liquids and adhesives. : 40
---- Explain the purpose of Hazard Communication programs. : 40
---- Explain what a MSDS is, its purpose and limitation. : 40
---- Describe the role of employer, supplier, and worker in the education of workers. : 40
---- Outline emergency procedures and how to obtain assistance for injured workers. : 40
---- Compare and contrast the characteristics of a confined space with those of a permit-required confined space. : 40
---- Explain confined space characteristics and hazards. : 40
---- Identify 29 CFR 1910.146 as OSHA’s General Industry Confined Spaces Rule. : 40
---- Describe the proper technique (ergonomics) for lifting and transporting ICLAS materials and equipment. : 40
---- Identify safety requirements for erecting and dismantling scaffolds, including: pre-planning, inspecting scaffold components, calculating load capacity, platform construction, access requirements, and fall protection. : 40
---- Identify the different types of aerial lifts and their related safety rules and precautions. : 40
---- Describe potential fall hazards in the workplace.Describe the different types of ladders and the conditions under which they are used. : 40
---- Understand the requirements to protect the driving public and work zone crew at and around construction and maintenance areas (or work zones). : 40
---- Describe a containment system (classes, enclosure components and methods, ventilation components and methods, emission assessment methods, and worker and equipment decontamination facilities). : 40
---- Describe the techniques and equipment used for environmental humidity/temperature control. : 40
---- Describe the qualifications of a competent Forklift Operator. : 40
---- Explain the laws, regulations, and elevation precautions that apply to forklift operations. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 32
---- Identify and explain the basic terminology used in the industrial coatings field. : 32
---- Describe the working conditions of the industrial coatings field. : 32
---- Identify the career options and advancement opportunities in the industrial coatings field. : 32
---- Describe custody, care, and maintenance of tools and equipment. : 32
---- Describe the need for Painter, Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist and Industry recognized certification in the Industrial Painting Industry. : 32
---- Identify basic tools and equipment used for surface preparation and coatings application. : 32
---- Compare and contrast the Industrial Coatings Industry to the Commercial and Residential Painting Industry. : 32
---- Understand the history of bridges and the different types of bridges. : 32
---- Identify and define the components of the structures that comprise a bridge. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 40
---- Identify tools of the occupation. : 40
---- Explain how and why corrosion occurs. : 40
---- Identify and describe the 8 basic forms of corrosion and how to properly mitigate using proper techniques such as use of hand tools, power tools, and blast media. : 40
---- Identify and describe the 5 basic methods of mitigating corrosion. : 40
---- Explain how coatings are used to control corrosion. : 40
---- Identify paint coat sequence of proper application procedures (primer, second coat, and finish coat). : 40
---- Explain the environmental concerns associated with Industrial Coating materials. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- Identify and describe various surfaces, substrates, and rust grades per SSPC Visual Standards and definitions. : 60
---- Describe common methods of surface preparation and the conditions in which they are applied. : 60
---- Explain abrasive blasting system operation guidelines: warnings and hazards, pre-start, daily checks, start-up, operation, and shutdown. : 60
---- Recognize the importance of steel surface preparation. : 60
---- Identify the effects of mass, velocity, air volume and pressure, nozzle, and hose size on abrasive blasting. : 60
---- Identify and document initial condition of steel. : 60
---- Identify the acceptable abrasive blasting conditions (dew point, temperature, relative humidity, dehumidification, wind, and surface temperature). : 60
---- Identify and describe the materials, equipment, and methods for chemical cleaning and high pressure and ultra high pressure water jetting SSPC – SP12/NACE 5. : 60
---- Explain what and how ambient conditions affect application and coating performance. : 60
---- Identify the primary elements of a nozzle blast cleaning system. : 60
---- Discuss abrasive characteristics. : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 92
---- Describe basic conventional air and airless spray systems, including variations of each: Conventional (air), Airless, Air-assisted, High- volume, Low-pressure, Electrostatic and Plural-component. : 92
---- Identify by name, the parts of a spray gun and their functions. : 92
---- List the procedures required to clean and lubricate a spray gun. : 92
---- Identify the conditions under which each spray system may be used. : 92
---- Define and use the proper terms for describing spray techniques and equipment.Explain the relevance of coating terms; dry time, cure time and overcoat time. : 92
---- Recognize, select, and demonstrate coating applications. : 92
---- Recognize and describe applicable hazards and safety guidelines for the above mentioned equipment. Recognize and describe proper storage conditions. : 92
---- Define pot life, induction time, and recoat window and explain their importance. : 92
---- Explain the methods used to obtain proper DFT and WFT with and without thinning. : 92
New Hours 92
Total Hours 96
---- Identify the three basic mechanisms of corrosion control by coatings. : 96
---- Identify and explain the film properties necessary to provide the appropriate protection. : 96
---- Describe how coatings may provide galvanic (cathodic) protection. : 96
---- Discuss the different generic types available for use and the conditions under which different systems may be appropriate or inappropriate. : 96
---- Explain the function(s) of pigments, resins, solvents, and additives. : 96
---- Explain the differences between water-based and oil-based paints and coatings. : 96
---- Identify the film-forming mechanisms for different generic types of coatings. : 96
---- Explain the functions performed by different types of industrial coatings. : 96
New Hours 96
Total Hours 80
---- Concrete : 80
---- Plural Components : 80
---- Thermal Spray : 80
---- Waterjetting : 80
---- Powder Coatings : 80
---- Pipeline Coatings : 80
---- Electrostatic Spray : 80
New Hours 80






#7446 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Maintenance



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Primary Shop work and Preliminary Operations : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Motors : 500
---- Motor Controls (Installation and Service) : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 3888
---- Trouble Shooting (Diagnosing) : 3888
---- General Service of Heating, Air Conditioning and : 3888
---- Refrigeration Equipment : 3888
---- Ventilating Systems : 3888
New Hours 3888
Total Hours 1540
---- Air Distribution (Grills, Registers, Diffusers, Filtering Devices, etc.) : 1540
New Hours 1540
Total Hours 900
---- : 900
New Hours 900

Technical Instruction








#7447 Wastewater Systems Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 440
---- Delineate basic job duties : 440
---- Participate in site specific orientation programs : 440
---- List regulatory/permit specifications : 440
---- Read/interpret drawings (plan/section views, process and instrumentation diagram (PID), hydraulic profile, etc.) : 440
---- Demonstrate general plant safety and security operations : 440
---- Wear PPE in accordance with safety guidelines : 440
---- Follow lock-out and tag out procedures : 440
---- Adhere to hazardous communication and right-to-know programs : 440
---- Monitor air quality levels : 440
---- Respond to emergencies using first aid/CPR : 440
---- Apply security practices around the plant : 440
---- Adhere to chemical safety programs : 440
---- Earn and maintain CDL : 440
New Hours 440
Total Hours 1320
---- Monitor plant operations as required : 1320
---- Review plant operations and maintenance manual : 1320
---- Analyze plant operating performance : 1320
---- Respond to plant alarm systems : 1320
---- Troubleshoot and solve operational problems effectively : 1320
---- Start and stop plant equipment : 1320
---- Apply knowledge of regulations to plant operations : 1320
---- Manage treatment processes : 1320
---- Handle and add chemicals to disinfect and deodorize liquids : 1320
---- Inspect meters and gauges to determine load requirements : 1320
---- Operate disinfection equipment and technologies : 1320
---- Clean and maintain tanks and filter beds : 1320
---- Manage wastewater treatment solids programs : 1320
---- Monitor sludge production : 1320
---- Perform sludge removal activities : 1320
---- Record treated sludge and solids information accurately : 1320
---- Dispose of treated sludge in accordance with permitting : 1320
---- Manage bio-solids program effectively : 1320
---- Oversee collection systems/lift stations operations : 1320
---- List pump station components and different types of pumping stations : 1320
---- List types and components of force main systems : 1320
---- List types and components of gravity mains : 1320
---- Demonstrate understanding of inflow and infiltration : 1320
---- Demonstrate collection system safety requirements : 1320
---- Demonstrate proficiency in responding, correcting, and reporting to alarms : 1320
---- Demonstrate SCADA capability : 1320
---- Understand screen navigation : 1320
---- Interpret readings : 1320
---- Read and interpret trend charts : 1320
---- Demonstrate proficiency in Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) : 1320
---- List safety requirements : 1320
---- Detail environmental impacts : 1320
---- Review related documents : 1320
---- Demonstrate procedures : 1320
---- Demonstrate proficiency in Manufacturer’s Safety and Data Sheets (MSDS) : 1320
---- List safety requirements : 1320
---- Detail environmental impacts : 1320
---- Review related documents : 1320
---- Demonstrate procedures : 1320
New Hours 1320
Total Hours 800
---- Perform mechanical maintenance on equipment : 800
---- Exercise valves, pumps and other mechanical devices : 800
---- Troubleshoot and repair malfunctioning and inoperable equipment : 800
---- Perform preventative maintenance when scheduled : 800
---- Maintain lift stations : 800
---- Inspect and maintain collection system pipes and manholes : 800
---- Prepare/submit a maintenance work order : 800
---- Read and interpret process instrumentation : 800
---- Understand normal range : 800
---- Explain actions for out-of-range values : 800
---- Demonstrate unit process hydraulics and demonstrate impacts on subsequent processes : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 480
---- Collect samples according to established procedures : 480
---- Perform laboratory sampling and testing : 480
---- Verify results for accuracy : 480
---- Calibrate equipment and instrumentation : 480
---- Ensure consistent lab and sampling procedures : 480
---- Interpret lab results : 480
---- Ensure compliance with all relevant laws and regulations : 480
---- Report results to supervisors and community members as appropriate : 480
---- Perform process control : 480
---- Define unit process performance variables : 480
---- Collect samples : 480
---- Perform process tests : 480
---- Identify normal/out-of-range values : 480
---- Analyze performance/trends : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 120
---- Order equipment and supplies as needed : 120
---- Develop and execute routine maintenance schedule : 120
---- Conduct operational rounds : 120
---- Define normal operation : 120
---- Recognize abnormal operation : 120
---- Collect appropriate data : 120
---- Visit other facilities to learn about new procedures : 120
New Hours 120

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 24
---- Adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, calculator : 24
---- Algebraic equations : 24
---- Geometry : 24
---- Principle of mathematics applications : 24
---- Metric system : 24
---- Area : 24
---- Volume : 24
---- Chemical usage : 24
---- Loading rates : 24
---- Conversions : 24
---- Pump math : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 16
---- Physical, chemical, and biological concepts : 16
---- Disease transmission : 16
---- Common elements : 16
---- Cell structure : 16
---- Natural water cycle and impact : 16
---- Basic hydraulics : 16
---- Alkalinity : 16
---- Nitrification/denitrification : 16
---- Aquatic chemistry : 16
---- Flora/fauna activated solids : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 8
---- Large/small systems : 8
---- Liquid stream processes – biological, physical, and chemical : 8
---- Solids handling/management : 8
---- Systems integration : 8
---- Disinfection : 8
---- Chemical treatment : 8
---- Natural/non-mechanical systems : 8
---- Mechanically assisted biological treatment : 8
---- Collection systems : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Demonstration/examples : 8
---- Trend charting : 8
---- Reading and interpreting drawings and schematics : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 24
---- Regulatory basics : 24
---- Permit requirements : 24
---- Due diligence : 24
---- Industrial pretreatment : 24
---- Sewer use laws : 24
---- Other regulations (503, air, source control, stormwater) : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 50
---- Personnel protective equipment : 50
---- First responder : 50
---- Decontamination : 50
---- MSDS : 50
---- Reporting requirements : 50
---- Hazardous materials and controls : 50
---- Hazardous communication : 50
---- Confined space : 50
---- Emergency response plan : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 24
---- Active listening : 24
---- Verbal and nonverbal communication : 24
---- Managing conflict : 24
---- Critical thinking : 24
---- Diversity and culture : 24
---- Oral presentations : 24
---- Report writing and written presentations : 24
---- Budget : 24
---- Team building : 24
---- Public information : 24
---- Customer service : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 20
---- Basics of electricity : 20
---- Symbols reading : 20
---- Monitoring vs. Control : 20
---- Calibrations : 20
---- Common electrical components : 20
---- Conduction and insulation : 20
---- Electromagnetism : 20
---- Arc flash : 20
---- Lock out/tag out : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 24
---- Equipment : 24
---- Laboratory safety : 24
---- Sampling procedures : 24
---- Testing requirements : 24
---- Process control testing : 24
---- Discharge permit testing : 24
---- Quality assurance and control : 24
---- Record keeping : 24
---- Microbe identification : 24
---- Chain of custody (COC) : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 12
---- Chain of command : 12
---- Critical thinking skills Ethics : 12
---- Organization : 12
---- Personnel : 12
---- Policies and procedures : 12
---- Scheduling/management of preventive maintenance : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 48
---- Basic Suite : 48
---- Microsoft applications (Excel, Word) : 48
---- SCADA : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 20
---- State statutes : 20
---- Test preparations : 20
---- Practice tests : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 8
---- Presentation techniques : 8
---- Learning styles : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 24
---- Pumping theory : 24
---- Types of pumps : 24
---- Basic hydraulics : 24
---- Pump maintenance : 24
---- Pump troubleshooting : 24
---- Pump system components : 24
---- Mechanical systems : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 40
---- Long and short term controls : 40
---- System components and functions : 40
---- Operation and maintenance of lift/pumping stations, force mains, and gravity mains : 40
---- Inflow & infiltration (I & I) : 40
---- Private property laterals : 40
---- Odor control : 40
---- Inspection of mains : 40
---- Repair/Rehabilitation of manholes, pipes, laterals : 40
---- Compliance (safety, hazards, regulatory, environmental impacts such as sanitary sewer overflows) : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 8
---- Lagoons : 8
---- Biological cycle : 8
---- Detention time : 8
---- Monitoring : 8
---- Maintenance : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- Modifications to activated sludge systems : 40
---- Long term controls : 40
---- Short term controls : 40
---- Activated sludge quality : 40
---- Systems components : 40
---- Oxidation ponds/ditches : 40
---- Trickling filters : 40
---- Rotating biological contactors (RBCs) : 40
---- Biofilm reactors : 40
---- Clarifiers : 40
---- Equipment maintenance : 40
---- Return activated sludge (RAS) and waste activated sludge (WAS) : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 24
---- Chemical safety : 24
---- Reactions : 24
---- Troubleshooting : 24
---- Dosage : 24
---- Equipment : 24
---- Monitoring : 24
---- Advanced testing : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 8
---- Systems- chemical/physical : 8
---- Testing/monitoring : 8
---- Emergency response : 8
---- Detention/kill rates : 8
---- Topics : 8
---- Maintenance/cleaning : 8
---- Equipment : 8
---- Ozone (O3) : 8
---- Chlorination (Cl2) : 8
---- Ultra-Violet (UV) : 8
---- Other disinfection methods : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 30
---- Aerobic/anaerobic digestion : 30
---- Drying/heat treatment/incineration : 30
---- Beneficial reuse/landfill : 30
---- Screenings : 30
---- Physical equipment : 30
---- Chemical applications : 30
---- Odor control : 30
---- Vector tracking and analysis : 30
---- Thickening : 30
---- Digestion : 30
---- Dewatering : 30
---- Disposal options/strategies : 30
---- Regulations : 30
---- Transportation : 30
---- Cost analysis : 30
---- Energy recovery : 30
---- Public relations (customer service) : 30
New Hours 30






#7444 Chimney Sweep



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction








#7445 Sprinkler Fitter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 750
---- Reading shop drawings : 750
---- Symbols and abbreviations : 750
---- Familiarization with National Fire Protection : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 800
---- Identifying materials, grades and types of pipe, fittings, valves, hose and equipment, and sprinkler heads : 800
---- Use and operation of trade tools : 800
---- Maintaining and servicing of tools and equipment : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 650
---- Selection of pipe, fittings, hangers and devices for rough and distribution and finish : 650
---- Loading of required materials and equipment : 650
---- Unloading of materials and equipment at job site using : 650
---- Set-up and use of rigging, scaffolding and mechanical lifts and platforms : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 1250
---- Use of hand cutters : 1250
---- Use of dies and reamer : 1250
---- Set-up and operation of power threading machine : 1250
---- Operation of power drills : 1250
---- Operation of torch and welder : 1250
New Hours 1250
Total Hours 650
---- Installation of cast iron pipe and fittings : 650
---- Installation of plastic pipe and fittings : 650
---- Installation of valves, post indicators and hydrants : 650
---- Rodding and thrust block installation : 650
---- Valve pit installation : 650
---- Flushing and testing of underground piping : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 1600
---- Distribution of system : 1600
---- Installation of feed main and cross main, grooved, screwed and welded : 1600
---- Branch line installation on exposed systems : 1600
---- Branch line installation for concealed piping with drop nipples : 1600
---- Hanger types and installation : 1600
---- Trimming of valves including Siamese connection installation : 1600
---- Set-up and testing of system : 1600
New Hours 1600
Total Hours 500
---- Distribution of system : 500
---- Installation of feed main and cross main, grooved, screwed and welded : 500
---- Branch line installation on exposed systems : 500
---- Hanger types and installation : 500
---- Trimming of valves including Siamese connection installation : 500
---- Set-up and testing of system : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Distribution of system : 500
---- Pipe installation : 500
---- Installation of hose valves, nozzles and accessories : 500
---- Testing procedures : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 350
---- Installation of deluge systems : 350
---- Installation of preaction systems : 350
---- Installation of gas suppression systems : 350
---- Installation of CO2 systems : 350
---- Installation of fire extinguishers : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 350
---- Setting of fire pumps and jockey pumps : 350
---- Alignment of fire pump and driver : 350
---- Trimming of fire pump, jockey pump and controllers : 350
---- Start up and testing of fire pumps and equipment : 350
New Hours 350

Technical Instruction








#7442 Refinery Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1700
---- Unit Flows : 1700
---- System Processes : 1700
---- Associated Refinery Systems : 1700
New Hours 1700
Total Hours 300
---- Equipment Inspection : 300
---- Troubleshooting : 300
---- Lubrication : 300
---- Routine adjustments : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 1200
---- Pumps : 1200
---- Drivers : 1200
---- Heat Exchangers : 1200
---- Furnaces : 1200
---- Boilers : 1200
---- Cooling Towers : 1200
---- Compressors : 1200
---- Turbines : 1200
---- Piping & Auxiliaries : 1200
---- Valves : 1200
---- Instrumentation : 1200
---- Columns, Towers, & Vessels : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 200
---- Permitting & Preparing Equipment for Maintenance : 200
---- Operator Maintenance : 200
---- Preventive Maintenance : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 340
---- Emergency Procedures : 340
---- Blowdown & Flare Systems : 340
---- Safety Equipment Operations : 340
---- Inclement Weather Operations : 340
---- Hazard Communications : 340
New Hours 340
Total Hours 130
---- Unit Hazardous Material Handling : 130
---- Containment Operations : 130
New Hours 130

Technical Instruction








#7443 Construction Craft Laborer (CCL)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 25
---- : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 25
---- : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 125
---- : 125
New Hours 125
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 25
---- : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 2000
---- Concrete placement - mixing, placement, vibration of concrete, build and place forms, remove and clean forms, cure concrete : 2000
---- Pipe laying and making of connections for any utility piping : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Cutting and burning : 2000
---- Traffic control/flagging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Grade setting/checking : 2000
---- Clearing, bucking and falling : 2000
---- Site preparation/cleanup and security : 2000
---- Layout and staking : 2000
---- Erect, dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools : 2000
---- Install erosion control systems : 2000
---- Forklift operation : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Concrete placement - mixing, placement, vibration of concrete, build and place forms, remove and clean forms, cure concrete : 2000
---- Concrete cutting and coring : 2000
---- Pipe laying and making of connections for any utility piping : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Traffic control/flagging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Grade setting/checking : 2000
---- Layout and staking : 2000
---- Site preparation/clean up and security : 2000
---- Drilling : 2000
---- Asphalt - raking, placement, compaction and preparation of the base : 2000
---- Build railroad beds and all related bridges and tunnels, and install tracks : 2000
---- Erect, dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools : 2000
---- Install erosion control systems : 2000
---- Forklift operation : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
---- Site/roadside remediation : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Erect/dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Estimate, stock and maintain supply areas : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain tools : 2000
---- Forklift operation : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
---- Mason tender/plaster tender : 2000
---- Clean masonry walls : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Identify and work safely around environmental hazards : 2000
---- Erect/dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Cutting and burning : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
---- Site preparation/cleanup and security : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools : 2000
---- Fire watch : 2000
---- Concrete cutting and sawing : 2000
---- Demolition debris handling and management (recycling, reuse, disposal) : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Site preparation/cleanup and security : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools specific to the concentration : 2000
---- Grade setting/checking : 2000
---- Layout and staking : 2000
---- Clearing and maintaining the right of way (ROW) : 2000
---- Pump water : 2000
---- Locate utilities : 2000
---- Build and dismantle fences : 2000
---- Load and unload pipe : 2000
---- Fill and place sandbags : 2000
---- Load, unload and place skids : 2000
---- Install erosion control systems : 2000
---- Pipe surface preparation/sand blasting : 2000
---- Apply pipe coating : 2000
---- Inspect pipe coating visually and with a holiday detector : 2000
---- Patch coating : 2000
---- Install pipe coating protection : 2000
---- Install corrosion protection : 2000
---- “Pig” the pipe : 2000
---- ROW remediation : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Drilling : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools specific to the concentration : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Concrete pump operation and maintenance : 2000
---- Install services (track laying, conveyors, vents, water, compressed air pipes etc.) : 2000
---- Install tunnel supports (steel ribs, mesh, rock bolts) : 2000
---- Shaft and tunnel grouting : 2000
---- Shotcrete/gunite application : 2000
---- Cutting and burning : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Asbestos abatement : 2000
---- Hazardous waste remediation : 2000
---- Lead abatement : 2000
---- Microbial remediation : 2000
---- Radiation protection/radioactive material handling : 2000
---- Water damage/fire restoration : 2000
---- Erect, dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools specific to this concentration : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
New Hours 2000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 40
---- Blue Print Reading training is designed to introduce participants to the basics of reading and interpreting blueprints. Topics covered include symbols, line conventions, views, and basic plan reading techniques. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 4
---- Confined Space Awareness training covers information necessary to recognize the special hazards associated with confined spaces. Topics covered include the characteristics of confined spaces, hazardous atmospheres, pre-entry and periodic testing, continuous monitoring and the laws that protect those working in confined spaces. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 8
---- Craft Orientation training introduces participants to the construction industry in general and a career as a CCL in particular. Emphasis is placed on developing good work habits, being productive on the job, working under a collective bargaining agreement, being aware of growth areas in construction employment, and background information on the LIUNA and its related funds. Participants are also introduced to the history of the labor movement in general, and of LIUNA in particular. Emphasis is placed on the origin of the union and the challenges that have been faced and overcome from its beginning to the present. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 4
---- Fall Protection training summarizes the key points of OSHA’s fall protection standard and common citations issued for non-compliance. The program looks at the hazards and key safety issues related to fall protection and the safety practices used to prevent falls. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 8
---- First Aid/CPR training is designed for participants to learn first aid skills for treating a variety of injuries, such as burns, wounds, head, neck and back injuries, and heat and cold emergencies. Participants also learn to manage sudden illnesses, strokes, seizures, animal and insect bites and poisoning. Adult CPR teaches participants how to perform CPR and care for breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 80
---- General Construction training introduces participants to a wide variety of concepts, tools, and skills that are important to successfully begin a career as a CCL. Participants receive instruction on the work and the role of a CCL, commonly encountered safety issues, measurement in construction, basic construction math, safe hand and power tool operation, and identification and handling of materials frequently used in construction. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 8
---- Hazard Communication training introduces CCLs to the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard as it applies to the construction industry. Training focuses on the guidelines for recognizing and protecting oneself from exposure to hazardous substances, including identifying chemical hazards and the proper use of container labels and placards. In addition, participants learn how to read and understand material safety data sheets. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 11
---- requirements for OSHA’s 10-hour training program. The program provides safety and health information as it relates to the many hazards found on construction projects and offers insight into ways to reduce them. : 11
New Hours 11
Total Hours 8
---- Scaffold User training presents a variety of scaffold types, the hazards associated with each, and how to figure load capacities and their effect on scaffold performance. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 4
---- Flagger training provides information to participants about flagger safety procedures on highway work zone projects. Participants are provided with information to help them demonstrate proper procedures for stopping, slowing, and releasing traffic. Topics include communication methods for two-person flagging operations, the correct positioning of flaggers in work zones, the proper high visibility clothing that must be worn by flaggers, and when specific hand- signaling devices should be used. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 56
---- Mason/Brick/Plaster Tending training provides instruction on the mason tender’s duties, proper job task performance, and health and safety issues associated with mason tending. Participants use mathematical and scientific concepts to achieve an understanding of working with masonry units, mortars, plasters, and admixtures. In addition, the fundamentals of cutting and cleaning masonry and tending plasterers are covered. : 56
New Hours 56
Total Hours 16
---- Rough Terrain Forklift training complies with OSHA 1926.602(c) requirements, teaches participants about the hazards involved with operating a forklift, and explains what they can do to prevent accidents and injuries when operating these forklifts. Participants have ample opportunity to operate a forklift. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 72
---- Scaffold Builder training addresses the needs of CCLs who are responsible for building scaffolding on the jobsite or are required to perform job tasks while using scaffolding. Designed to meet the training requirements of 29 CFR Part 1926.454, the comprehensive program includes frame, tube and coupler, systems, non-powered adjustable and powered mast-climbing scaffold with hands-on training for each. : 72
New Hours 72
Total Hours 8
---- Aerial Lift training provides participants with a general understanding of the safe and efficient operation of “Power Operated Mobile Work Platforms.” Participants learn to identify specific health and safety hazards associated with a variety of aerial work platforms. Aerial Lift training also provides participants the opportunity to operate aerial lifts in a safe manner. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- Hoisting and Rigging training is designed to educate CCLs in the rules, processes, and procedures to safely rig, signal, and hoist loads on construction projects. The program incorporates federal regulatory requirements as well as equipment manufacturers’ standards. Training provides participants the opportunity to practice rigging and signaling. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Demolition/Deconstruction training introduces participants to the similarities and differences of demolition and deconstruction work. Particular attention is paid to safety in all aspects of the work. Topics covered include planning projects, mechanical demolition equipment, material handling, site control, and special conditions that sometimes exist during this work. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 4
---- Fire Watch training teaches participants what a fire watch is, how it is conducted, and why it is important. Topics covered include classifications of fires, preventing fires, types of extinguishers, and extinguishing fires. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 24
---- Cutting and Burning training provides participants with an understanding of how to safely use heat to cut different types of metals using a variety of methods. Topics covered include the personal protective equipment (PPE) necessary for each process, the types and health effects of various fumes given off during the process, and how to protect the area from fire hazards. Participants will also be able to identify the components of the cutting systems and how to properly assemble and disassemble the systems. Systems taught include oxy- acetylene, oxy-gasoline, and plasma arc cutting. Hands on training is included for each system. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 40
---- Concrete training provides the basic knowledge and skills CCLs need to work safely and productively in this potentially hazardous field. Safety issues associated with the mixing, forming, placement, and curing of concrete materials are covered, as well as the associated skills needed to complete these tasks. Ample time is given for hands- on practice for all skills. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Pipe Laying training prepares CCLs to safely install pipe systems by introducing participants to the tools, equipment, and techniques typically used on a pipe laying job. Special attention is paid to proper work practices and protective measures used to install a variety of piping systems safely. Ductile iron, concrete, and high-density polyethylene piping are all covered, and hands-on training is available for each. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Line and Grade training focuses on the skills, knowledge, and aptitude necessary to operate a variety of surveying instruments and record information for maintaining elevation and alignment control points on heavy and civil construction projects. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 32
---- Asphalt training provides CCLs with the information they need to understand the safety precautions necessary when working with, raking and placing asphalt. In addition, participants practice the preparation of the surface, job preparation, and cleaning of the tools, and machinery. The patching of pot-holes and cracks is practiced along with proper raking techniques. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 8
---- Traffic Control training provides participants with an understanding of the types of traffic control devices and how they are used set-up and dismantled. Topics include the purpose of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and the methods to maintain pedestrian safety in traffic control zones. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 80
---- Pipeline training instructs CCLs on the safe practices and procedures that need to be used on pipeline construction projects. All phases of pipeline construction are covered including the front-end work, pipe handling, pipe coating, and back-end work. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Shotcrete training is designed to prepare participants to become certified Shotcrete Nozzlemen. Participants practice wet and dry mixing methods for below ground uses. Instruction also includes nozzle types and their maintenance and use. Hands-on opportunities to practice applying shotcrete are included. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Tunnel Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on a tunnel job. Topics covered include tunnel safety, an overview of tunnel construction, the duties of a CCL tunnel worker, and compressed air systems. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 16
---- The Drilling Operations program includes an introduction to drilling operations, how drilling operations work (construction applications, quarry applications, hand signals, and drill strings), how to operate and maintain the drill, and hands-on practice of drilling operations. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 40
---- Asbestos Abatement Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on asbestos abatement projects. The program is designed to meet or exceed Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1926.1101 and 40 CFR Part 763 respectively. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 80
---- Hazardous Waste Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on hazardous waste remediation projects. The program meets all Occupational Safety and Health Administration training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1910.120 – Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 24
---- Microbial Remediation training instructs CCLs on the health hazards, PPE requirements, and remediation processes and techniques associated with the removal of mold as well as other microbial contamination. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 40
---- Lead Abatement Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on lead abatement projects. The course meets all Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Environmental Protection Agency training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1926.62 and 40 CFR Part 745.225 respectively. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Landscaping training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to work as a landscaper with a concentration on using environmentally-friendly techniques whenever possible. Topics covered include the landscape laborer’s duties; safety hazards of landscape work; safe use of pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers with an emphasis on using environmentally-friendly materials; controlling erosion on the jobsite; and planting and maintaining sod, grass, shrubs and trees. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Landscape Equipment Operation training teaches CCLs how to safely and productively operate a skid steer, a trencher, and a mini excavator. Topics include safety, operation and maintenance procedures, along with ample time devoted to hands-on practice with the equipment. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Brick Paver Installation training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to install walkways and patios with brick pavers. Topics covered include the hazards associated with installing brick pavers; laying out the work; estimating the amount of pavers required; preparing the base; cutting bricks accurately and to minimize waste; and installing pavers correctly. Ample time is devoted to hands-on practice with all the job tasks. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Retaining Wall Installation training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to install retaining walls for landscape work. Topics covered include the hazards associated with installing a retaining wall; the different types of retaining wall materials; laying out the retaining wall; estimating the amount of materials required; preparing the base; tying the wall back to the bank; and correct installation techniques for retaining wall blocks and timbers. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Irrigation Installation training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to install irrigation systems. Topics covered include an overview of irrigation systems, with a focus on identifying those that best conserve water; the hazards associated with installing irrigation systems; how irrigation systems are best laid out for maximum efficiency; and how to maintain irrigation systems once they are installed. Ample time is devoted to hands-on practice assembling and installing an irrigation system. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 32
---- Aboveground Drilling training introduces CCLs to the unique working environment of aboveground drilling by providing instructor facilitated classroom instruction along with intensive, performance-based, hands- on training. The care and use of tools and equipment is presented, as well as drilling techniques. Basic information about rocks and their composition and characteristics are introduced, as drillers must know how geology affects the drilling process. The personal safety of CCLs working on a drilling site is reviewed in depth. Site safety, hazard communication, health hazards, personal protective equipment, and working around explosives are also covered. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 40
---- Construction Math training introduces CCLs to the basic math skills needed to perform calculations related to distance, area, volume, angles, and weight and measurement on construction projects. Participants are provided instruction and an ample opportunity to measure objects, calculate and perform basic math functions including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole and fractional numbers, measure and estimate volumes, convert fractions to decimals, (and decimals to fractions). In addition participants learn practical applications of the Pythagorean Theorem, formulas for calculating perimeters, area, volume, and the use and function of square roots. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 16
---- Disaster Site Worker training prepares CCLs to safely and effectively work on disaster sites. It provides participants with an understanding of the Incident Command System (ICS) and how it relates to safe and efficient job performance, addresses the characteristics and hazards of man-made and natural disasters, and affords opportunities to learn and demonstrate different disaster response related skills, including use of PPE. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Green Construction training provides CCLs with information about the major factors that affect a green construction project including conservation of natural resources; reduction of carbon emissions; water resource use and conservation; reduction of soil, water and air pollution; and indoor air quality. Participants learn how these emerging issues influence their work and the potential future impact of growth in renewable energy, sustainable buildings, and green construction. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 24
---- Green Roof training introduces participants to the various types of green roofs, the safety hazards associated with the installation of green roofs, and the practices and procedures used during installation of the roof. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 16
---- Lead and Silica in Bridges training is designed to provide instruction to CCLs on two (2) common hazards found on bridge (and other construction) projects: lead and silica exposure. Emphasis is placed on the health hazards, PPE, regulations, and hazard mitigation methods. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Lead Renovator training prepares participants to perform renovation work using lead safe work practices. It meets all EPA and OSHA training requirements under 40 CFR Part 745.225 and 29 CFR Part 1926.62. Lead Renovator training is mandatory for all workers conducting renovation activities where lead-based paint is present in target housing and child occupied facilities. Students participate in active learning through classroom exercises and hands-on training. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 8
---- Material Hoist Attendant training provides training on the roles and responsibilities of the material hoist attendant (bell ringer) and inspection, operation, and maintenance procedures for material hoists used on construction projects. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Metric Measurement in Construction training introduces experienced CCLs and new entrants to the metric system of measurements and application in the construction industry. Units of measure and conversions using practical applications are covered. Participants practice real-world measuring techniques in practical situations. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 32
---- Nuclear Power Plant Worker training is designed for CCLs involved in maintenance and shutdown activities at nuclear power plants or whose job assignments involve unescorted entry into areas controlled for radiological purposes. This program is divided into nine topics, which focus on the theory, basic radiological fundamentals, and the terms CCLs must know to work safely around radiological hazards. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 24
---- Permit Required Confined Space training focuses on the identification of the different types of confined spaces as well as their associated hazards. Participants receive detailed instruction on rules, regulations, and procedures to be followed when entering a confined space as well as methods to mitigate the associated hazards. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Radiation Remediation training provides CCLs with the information they need to work safely in and around radiological contaminated sites. Hands-on training is conducted in a mock training area. Respiratory protection and protective clothing and why they are required are also covered in this training. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 8
---- Respiratory Protection training details the correct use of respirators when airborne hazardous substances are present. Topics include using exposure guides, respirator selection, proper use of respirators, and OSHA respiratory protection program requirements. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Restoration Technician training focuses on commercial clean-up activities associated with fire and/or flood damaged structures. The Restoration Technician course is designed for participants who have received previous training in hazardous waste remediation, asbestos, and lead abatement as this course centers on the theory, application, and practices associated with restoration projects. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Silica Awareness training provides information to CCLs regarding the hazards associated with work activities such as concrete sawing or stone cutting of materials, which contain silica. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 16
---- Solar Panel Installation training teaches the proper system sizing, design, prep work and installation of mounting brackets for photovoltaic (PV) systems, installation of mounting brackets and tubes for hot water systems and involves actual hands-on work associated with roof top, side of building and ground mounted applications. : 16
New Hours 16






#7440 Locksmith



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 375
---- : 375
New Hours 375
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 1550
---- : 1550
New Hours 1550
Total Hours 1550
---- : 1550
New Hours 1550

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Professional Etiquette :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Product Recognition :
---- Security Hardware :
---- Hinges and Fasteners :
---- Keying Materials :
---- Doors and Door Closers :
---- Glazing :
---- Framing Members :
---- Key Fabrication Equipment :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Locks :
---- Tumbler Locks :
---- Combination Locks :
---- Electronic Locks :
---- Biometric Locks :
---- Window Locks :
---- Keyless and Keypad Entry :
---- Lock Picking :
---- Key Fabrication and Re-keying :
---- Electronic System Programming :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Doors and Door Hardware :
---- Doors and Door Frames :
---- Residential Security Systems :
---- Commercial Security Exit Systems :
---- Fire Door and Closer Systems :
---- Automotive Locks :
---- Video Surveillance Systems :
---- Safes :
---- Emergency Repairs and Replacements :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Electronics :
---- Computer Skills :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Basic Metal Framing :
---- Machining Skills :
---- Glazing Skills :
---- Oxy-acetylene Cutting and Burning :
---- Welding :
New Hours






#7441 Overhead Door Installer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduction to Industry :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Print Reading :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Ladders :
---- Hangers, Braces and Hardware :
---- Torsion Springs :
---- Seals :
---- Salvage and Recycling :
---- Inspection Criteria :
---- Troubleshooting and Analysis :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rough Openings :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Hardware Installation and Safety :
---- Track Installation and Alignment :
---- Automatic Closer Installation :
---- Remote and Keyless Entry :
---- Weatherization Skills :
---- Door and Window Retro-Fits :
---- Customer Service and Professional Etiquette :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Metal Framing :
---- Opening Modifications :
---- Fire Rated Solid Core and Steel Doors :
---- Balancing Adjustment :
---- Maintenance and Repairs :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Scaffold User :
---- Rigging :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Cutting and Burning :
---- Welding :
New Hours






#7438 Recreation Assistant



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 48
---- Safety : 48
---- Rules and regulations : 48
---- Activities and Services of a Recreation Facility : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 44
---- Exercise Techniques : 44
---- Motivation : 44
---- Fitness Assessments : 44
---- Group and Team Dynamics : 44
New Hours 44






#7439 Insulation Worker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Energy Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material Recognition :
---- Job Preparation :
---- Measuring & Cutting :
---- Thermal Barriers :
---- Hand & Power Tools :
---- Respirators& PPE :
---- Insulation Blowers :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Batt and Blanket :
---- Foil & Moisture Barrier :
---- Blown-In :
---- Spray Foam :
---- Rigid & Cellular Glass :
---- Sound Control :
---- Weatherstripping :
---- Flexible Foam :
---- Specialty Equipment :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Firestop/Fireproofing :
---- Weatherization skills :
---- Scaffold User :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Supervisory Training :
---- Energy Auditing :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
New Hours






#7437 Dairy Technologist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Cleaners and cleaning methods. : 500
---- Cleaning, floors, ceilings, general plant equipment, including pest control : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 520
---- Sampling of milk for determination of quality and composition, care and protection of samples. : 520
---- Operation, care and maintenance of can washers, filters, scales and conveyors. : 520
---- Preparation of receiving room records. : 520
New Hours 520
Total Hours 600
---- Set up, adjustment, operation, and clean up of separators and clarifiers. : 600
---- Care of cream. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 520
---- Setting up and operating pasteurizers. : 520
---- Checking temperatures and duration of heating, determining results. : 520
---- Performing operations necessary for the protection of milk and cream after pasteurization. : 520
---- Care and operation of pumps and motors. : 520
---- Cleaning up. : 520
New Hours 520
Total Hours 600
---- Operation, cleaning, sterilization, and maintenance of churn. : 600
---- Handling butter. : 600
---- Keeping of churn room records. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Milk testing for composition and quality control including fat, sediment, metheline blue and other composition and quality control tests relative to the products manufactured. : 600
---- Farm contacts and field work. : 600
---- Methods of approach. : 600
---- Detecting sources and causes of milk quality failure, etc. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Compounding : 600
---- Processing the mix : 600
---- Flavoring : 600
---- Cooling, and proper care of mix : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 400
---- Care and assembly of equipment : 400
---- Preparation of flavors : 400
---- Preparing equipment for operation : 400
---- Temperature, texture, land oven-run control : 400
---- Packaging, novelties, molds, etc. : 400
---- Cleaning up : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 1500
---- Care, operation and maintenance of equipment : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 500
---- Care, operation, and cleaning of bottle fillers, washers, etc. : 500
---- Cooling and storing, control of washing and sterilization solutions. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 100
---- Care, operation and maintenance of equipment, roller or spray type. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 600
---- Firing, operation and maintenance of boilers, cars and operation of refrigeration equipment. : 600
---- Care and maintenance of electric motors, pipe work necessary for installation, of pipe equipment including sanitary piping. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 800
---- Milk sheet records and calculation. : 800
---- Calculating costs and yields, receiving and shipping records, inventories and reports. : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction








#7436 Dairy Grazier



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 800
---- Graze different cow groups according to needs : 800
---- Allocate appropriate break of grass : 800
---- Monitor plant health and productivity : 800
---- Control weeds : 800
---- Select plants, grasses, and legumes based on conditions : 800
---- Overseed pastures : 800
---- Renovate pastures : 800
---- Calculate stocking rates : 800
---- Maintain accurate pasture records : 800
---- Illustrate plant and animal interactions and connections : 800
---- Apply soil fertility information to pasture management decision making : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- Move and handle livestock safely : 800
---- Evaluate calf needs and use current resources to meet their requirements : 800
---- Maintain cattle specific records : 800
---- Optimize versus maximize milk production : 800
---- Establish cow breeding cycles : 800
---- Manage herd health : 800
---- Feed cattle : 800
---- Plan for winter feeding, fall harvesting, and purchasing winter feed supplies : 800
---- Develop contingency plans for weather, prices, and unknowns : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- Manage milk cow environment : 800
---- Develop milking protocols : 800
---- Manage milk quality : 800
---- Milk cows : 800
---- Perform milk testing : 800
---- Maintain stock records : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 400
---- Develop a strategy to optimize the amount of feed that comes from pasture : 400
---- Develop a plan to extend the grazing season : 400
---- Determine daily pasture allowance : 400
---- Select quality feed : 400
---- Select feed appropriate to livestock needs : 400
---- Monitor feed, grain and supplemental nutrition : 400
---- Store grain and supplemental feed : 400
---- Maintain supplement feed records and information : 400
---- Plan for winter feed needs : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 200
---- Acquire information from farm records : 200
---- Use computer technology for dairy grazing related information gathering and analysis : 200
---- Access information via the Internet and other sources : 200
---- Analyze financial information related to dairy grazing operations : 200
---- Analyze commodity pricing relationships for rotational dairy grazing (milk, fuel, feed) : 200
---- Perform general business performance analyses based on dairy and grazing information : 200
---- Manage financial resources based on budget and records : 200
---- Make farm decisions based on management information systems : 200
---- Adapt to circumstances or the environment based on reliable information : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Assess soil based on type and conditions : 200
---- Balance and maintain soil conditions and fertility for proper plant nutrient content : 200
---- Show awareness for both organic and non-organic agronomy : 200
---- Coordinate planting, plant growing seasons, and the environment with animal needs : 200
---- Handle chemicals safely and in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions : 200
---- Manage drought conditions based on soil types : 200
---- Manage water quality based on conditions : 200
---- Irrigate soil for optimum productivity : 200
---- Create wildlife habitats and natural areas : 200
---- Apply land conservation techniques based on soil and water quality : 200
---- Illustrate the interrelationships between soil health, fertility and pasture productivity : 200
---- Utilize integrated pest management when needed : 200
---- Manage manure : 200
---- Fertilize pastures : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Manage time effectively : 200
---- Plan forward : 200
---- Coordinate custom operations : 200
---- Retain employees : 200
---- Recruit employees : 200
---- Maintain good landlord and tenant relations : 200
---- Balance profitability, family goals, and rural community impact (people, neighbors, and environment) : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 45
---- The Pasture-Based Dairy and Livestock Seminar will familiarize you with the development and management of pasture-based dairy and livestock farm businesses. : 45
New Hours 45
Total Hours 36
---- Students will learn theory behind farming practices. Topics covered in this course include; roles of digestive nutrients, nutritional requirements at various growth stages, relationship between forage quality and nutrition, ration balancing through calculation of feed, and dry matter intake. Students will learn about various methods of feeding dairy animals, including grazing system principles. Students will also evaluate the use of dairy nutrition feed technologies. : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 36
---- Students will explore the animal environment and adaptation, animal health and behavior as it relates to production and non-production species. Furthermore, it will provide the student with the skills to apply basic veterinary skills, animal behavior, signs of illness, vaccination programs, heard health records, and troubleshoot basic electrical applications. : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 36
---- This course will provide students with a solid background in producing quality milk and utilizing good herd health management practices. Students will be introduced to milking systems and components, milk procedures, sanitation, diseases, udder anatomy, and milk secretion. Students will be exposed to milk quality practices globally. : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 17
---- Functional soil is the foundation of organic systems. Build robust healthy soil through organic matter, micro-organisms, and nutrient cycling. Explore composting techniques, organic fertilizer sources, soil fertility testing, balancing. : 17
New Hours 17
Total Hours 0
---- Pasture walks with dairy grazing specialists will share best practices and grazing skills to apprentices during their apprenticeship. : 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 72
---- Introduction to the basics of livestock management. Management of the Dairy herd with concentration on nutrition, feedstuffs classification, reproduction, genetics, animal behavior, animal health, and sustainable agriculture practices. : 72
New Hours 72
Total Hours 0
---- Annual 2-day spring conference will provide apprentices with an opportunity to network with other dairy graziers and learn current practices and farm trends. Contact Grassworks for information. : 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
---- Small group discussions with other graziers will explore best practices, emerging trends, new approaches to dairy production and grazing operations. : 0
New Hours 0






#7435 Accessibility and Private Residence Lift Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 800
---- General knowledge of basic safety : 800
---- Instruction on proper use of tools : 800
---- General knowledge of National Applicable Codes and Regulations : 800
---- Introduction to basic electricity : 800
---- Print reading : 800
---- Installation basics : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 600
---- Overview of equipment : 600
---- Safety procedures : 600
---- Installation procedures : 600
---- Wiring, power supplies and control circuits : 600
---- Operation of equipment : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 500
---- Overview of equipment : 500
---- Safety procedures : 500
---- Installation procedures : 500
---- Wiring, power supplies and control circuits : 500
---- Operation of equipment : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Overview of equipment : 500
---- Safety procedures : 500
---- Installation procedures : 500
---- Wiring, power supplies and control circuits : 500
---- Operation of equipment : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 8
---- History of Elevators : 8
---- History of Private Residence Elevators : 8
---- Excerpts from the ASME A17.1 Safety Standard Code : 8
---- History Referencing Wheelchair lifts and Private Residence Elevators : 8
---- The A18.1 Safety Standard for Platform Lifts and Stairway Chairlifts : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 2
---- Industry Organizations/Associations : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 10
---- Applicable Codes and Publications : 10
---- ASME Codes and Standards : 10
---- American National Standards Institute (ANSI) : 10
---- National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) : 10
---- The National Electrical Code (NEC) : 10
---- BOCA National Building Code 1996 : 10
---- Uniform Building Code/Standard Building Code : 10
---- Related Publications : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 2
---- Glossary of Terms : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 12
---- Introduction : 12
---- Vertical Platform Lifts : 12
---- Application of Vertical Platform Lifts (VPL) : 12
---- Drive Systems for Vertical Platform Lifts : 12
---- Application of Inclined Platform Lifts : 12
---- Application of Stairway Chairlifts : 12
---- Types of Stairways : 12
---- Drive Types of Stairway Lifts : 12
---- Operation : 12
---- Private Residence Elevator : 12
---- Application of Private Residence Elevators : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Introduction : 12
---- Basic Safety : 12
---- Safety During Construction : 12
---- Service Safety : 12
---- Personal Safety Equipment : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 14
---- OHM’s Law : 14
---- What is Current? : 14
---- Basic Direct Current Circuits/Service vs. Parallel : 14
---- Understanding and Calculating Parallel Circuits : 14
---- Electric Motors : 14
---- Electromechanical Systems : 14
---- Basic Primer on Electrical Devices : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 8
---- Print Terminology : 8
---- Drawing to Scale : 8
---- Introduction to Installation Drawings : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Introduction : 8
---- Planning : 8
---- Environmental Protection : 8
---- Plumb and Square : 8
---- Wiring Methods : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- Overview : 40
---- Landing Doors and Gates : 40
---- Landing Door and Gate-Locking Devices : 40
---- Machinery Tower/Mast : 40
---- Platforms : 40
---- Safeties and Governors : 40
---- Hoistway/Runway Enclosure : 40
---- Wiring, Power Supplies, Control Circuits and Operations : 40
---- Other Components : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Overview : 40
---- Power Supply and Wiring : 40
---- Stairways : 40
---- Power Transfer/Landing Calls : 40
---- Battery Operated Models : 40
---- Barrier Arms : 40
---- Controls and Operation : 40
---- Platform, Safeties, and Governors : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 20
---- Overview : 20
---- Power Supply and Wiring : 20
---- Track Installation : 20
New Hours 20






#7433 Scaffold Erector



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Confined Space :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Scaffold Regulations :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Frame Components :
---- System Components :
---- Tube & Clamp Components :
---- Material Estimation :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Load Calculations :
---- Basic Frame :
---- Basic System :
---- Basic Tube & Clamp :
---- Intermediate Frame :
---- Intermediate System :
---- Advanced Frame :
---- Advanced System :
---- Inspection Criteria :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Re-Shoring :
---- Basic Suspended :
---- Intermediate Suspended :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- UBC Rigging & Signaler Qualification Certificate :
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Supervisory Training :
New Hours






#7434 Drywall Finisher (Taper)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Finish Levels & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand Finishing Tools :
---- Taping Tools :
---- Finishing Materials :
---- Compounds & Mixtures :
---- Automatic Taping Tools :
---- Sanding Tools :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand Filling & Taping :
---- Automatic Taping :
---- Hand Finishing :
---- Details and Patching :
---- Sanding Procedures :
---- Textures :
---- Inspection :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Advanced Finishing :
---- Custom Work :
---- Firestop :
---- Exterior Insulation Finish System (EIFS) :
---- Monokote :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Aerial Lift Qualification :
---- Scaffold User :
---- Basic Metal Framing :
---- Drywall & Trim Application :
New Hours






#7431 Form Builder Carpenter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Professional Etiquette :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand & Power Tools :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material Handling :
New Hours






#7432 Pile Driver



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1,300
---- : 1,300
New Hours 1,300
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hr :
---- First Aid/ CPR/AED :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Confined Space :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Layout :
---- Print Reading :
---- Hand/Power/Engine Driven Tools :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Soil Mechanics :
---- Marine Safety/Seamanship :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to Formwork :
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Form Hardware :
---- Bridge Forms :
---- Piers, Pier & Pile Caps, Columns :
---- Wall Forms :
---- Gang Forms :
---- Slab & Deck Forms :
---- Precast :
---- Footing Forms :
---- Stair Forms :
---- Concrete, Grout, Epoxy :
---- Specialty Forms :
---- Underwater Formwork :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Types of Piling :
---- Crane & Rig Identification & Setup :
---- Pile Driving Accessories :
---- Pile Driving Hammers :
---- Wood Piling :
---- Concrete Piling :
---- Steel Piling :
---- Composite Piling :
---- Cast in Place Piling, :
---- Plastic Piling :
---- Test Pile and Pile Load Testing :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Types of Foundation Systems :
---- Types of Shoring :
---- Types of Underpinning :
---- Cofferdams, Cells :
---- Caissons and Drilled Shafts :
---- Shoring, Lagging, Tiebacks :
---- Pin Piles, Earth Nails, Geotextiles :
---- De-watering :
---- Shoring for Horizontal Boring :
---- Slurry Systems, Cutoff walls, Tremie Pours :
---- Structural Retrofit :
---- Trenching :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Timber Construction :
---- Trestles/Pile Bents :
---- Work Templates, Platforms :
---- Mats and Cribbing :
---- Flumes, Culverts, Irrigation Systems :
---- Bulkheads :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Cutting & Burning :
---- Introduction To Welding :
---- Plasma Cutting :
---- Air Arc Gouging :
---- Field Cutting Techniques :
---- Field Welding Techniques :
---- Layout, Fit up, Fabrication :
---- Plastic Welding :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rigging & Signaling Qualification Certificate :
---- Layout Instruments :
---- Powder Actuated Tools :
---- Advanced Pile Driver Rigging Techniques :
---- HazMat :
---- Lead Abatement :
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Aerial Lift Qualification :
---- Scaffold Erector Qualification :
New Hours






#7430 Dock and Wharf Builder



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1,300
---- : 1,300
New Hours 1,300
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hr :
---- First Aid/ CPR/AED :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Confined Space :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Layout :
---- Print Reading :
---- Hand/Power/Engine Driven Tools :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Soil Mechanics :
---- Marine Safety/Seamanship :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to Formwork :
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Form Hardware :
---- Bridge Forms :
---- Piers, Pier & Pile Caps, Columns :
---- Wall Forms :
---- Gang Forms :
---- Slab & Deck Forms :
---- Precast :
---- Footing Forms :
---- Stair Forms :
---- Concrete, Grout, Epoxy :
---- Specialty Forms :
---- Underwater Formwork :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Types of Piling :
---- Crane & Rig Identification & Setup :
---- Pile Driving Accessories :
---- Pile Driving Hammers :
---- Wood Piling :
---- Concrete Piling :
---- Steel Piling :
---- Composite Piling :
---- Cast in Place Piling, :
---- Plastic Piling :
---- Test Pile and Pile Load Testing, :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Types of Foundation Systems :
---- Types of Shoring :
---- Types of Underpinning :
---- Cofferdams, Cells :
---- Caissons and Drilled Shafts :
---- Shoring, Lagging, Tiebacks :
---- Pin Piles, Earth Nails, Geotextiles :
---- De-watering :
---- Shoring for Horizontal Boring :
---- Slurry Systems, Cutoff walls, Tremie Pours :
---- Structural Retrofit :
---- Trenching :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Timber Construction :
---- Trestles/Pile Bents :
---- Work Templates, Platforms :
---- Mats and Cribbing :
---- Flumes, Culverts, Irrigation Systems :
---- Bulkheads :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Cutting & Burning :
---- Introduction To Welding :
---- Plasma Cutting :
---- Air Arc Gouging :
---- Field Cutting Techniques :
---- Field Welding Techniques :
---- Layout, Fit up, Fabrication :
---- Plastic Welding :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rigging & Signaling Qualification Certificate :
---- Layout Instruments :
---- Powder Actuated Tools :
---- Advanced Pile Driver Rigging Techniques :
---- HazMat :
---- Lead Abatement :
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Aerial Lift Qualification :
---- Scaffold Erector Qualification :
New Hours






#7429 Carpenter Roofer Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduction to Industry :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Print Reading :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Ladders :
---- Hangers, Braces and Hardware :
---- Framing Members :
---- Sheeting :
---- Roofing Underlayment :
---- Ridge Caps and Roof Flashing :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Roof Framing :
---- Hardware Installation and Safety :
---- Composite Shingle :
---- Synthetic Shake :
---- Clay and Composite Tile :
---- Integrated Photovoltaic :
---- Soffits, Fascia and Siding :
---- Rain Gutters :
---- Customer Service and Professional Etiquette :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Commercial Roof Framing :
---- Panelized Roof Structures :
---- EPDM/TPO Membrane Roof :
---- Metal Roof :
---- Solar Roof Tops :
---- Green and Cool Roof Tops :
---- Inspection Criteria :
---- Maintenance and Repairs :
---- Troubleshooting and Analysis :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Scaffold User :
---- Rigging :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Cutting and Burning :
---- Welding :
---- Overhead Door Installation :
---- Weatherization Skills :
---- Door and Window Retro-Fits :
---- Fire Rated Solid Core and Steel Doors :
New Hours






#7428 Carpenter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-hour :
---- First Aid/CPR/AED :
---- Hand, Portable Power & Stationary Tools :
---- Print Reading :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Materials and Fasteners :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Layout :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Insulation & Sound Control :
---- Water & Vapor Barrier :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Footing Forms :
---- Slab Forms :
---- Wall Forms :
---- Columns, Beams, and Girders :
---- Stair Forms :
---- Building Layout :
---- Piers, Pier Caps, Pile Caps :
---- Tilt Up & Precast Panels :
---- Gang Forms :
---- Slab & Deck Forms :
---- Slip Forms :
---- ICFs Walls and Decks :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Joist Framing & Layout :
---- Wall Layout, Plating & Detailing :
---- Walls :
---- Truss Roof Framing :
---- Gable Roof Framing :
---- Hip & Intersecting Roof Framing :
---- Patios & Decks :
---- Stair Framing :
---- Heavy Timber Framing :
---- Wood Blocking :
---- Elevator and Utility Shafts :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material/Fasteners Identification Metal Framing Layout :
---- Floor Joists, Decks, & Walls :
---- Ceiling Joists, Trusses, & Rafters :
---- Metal Stairs :
---- Heavy Load Construction :
---- Metal Blocking :
---- Elevator and Utility Shafts :
---- Specialty Framing :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Siding :
---- Roof Covering :
---- Exterior Doors & Windows :
---- Weather-proofing :
---- Trims, Gutters & Components :
---- Installation of Pre-built Panels :
---- EIFS Systems :
---- Standing Seam Roofs :
---- Commercial Doors :
---- Commercial Windows :
---- Roll Up & Retractable Doors :
---- Store Front Trims& Components :
---- Handicap Access :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Drywall Installation :
---- Paneling :
---- Trim :
---- Shelving & Misc. Fixtures :
---- Cabinet Installation :
---- Countertop Installation :
---- Solid Surface Installation :
---- Stair Installation :
---- Wood Flooring :
---- Office Systems :
---- Store Fixtures :
---- Handicap Hardware :
---- Commercial Door Hardware :
---- Demountable Partitions :
---- Wall Coverings :
---- Ceiling Systems :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Transit/Level :
---- Laser Level :
---- Scaffold Erector Qualification :
---- Introduction to Welding :
---- Oxy/Acetylene Cutting Torch :
---- Powder Actuated Tools :
New Hours






#7426 Boat Builder



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 715
---- : 715
New Hours 715
Total Hours 1950
---- : 1950
New Hours 1950
Total Hours 1820
---- : 1820
New Hours 1820

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material Recognition :
---- Material handling and Lumber Storage :
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Millwork Equipment :
---- Sealer and Finishing Materials :
---- Fasteners & Hardware :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Member Fabrication :
---- Main Timber Assembly :
---- Planking and Ceiling :
---- Super-structure installation :
---- Decking and Flooring :
---- Lofting :
---- Glass Work :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Mast, Boom, and Bowsprit Fabrication :
---- Fit and Secure Spar Fittings :
---- Protective Coating Application :
---- Engine and Mechanical System Installation :
---- Staging and Launching :
---- Repairs and Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rigging :
---- Welding :
---- Machinery Alignment :
New Hours






#7427 Bridge Carpenter-Heavy Highway



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand & Power Tools :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hazardous Material Handling :
---- Concrete Composition :
---- Mixtures & Additives :
---- Repairs & Slab Troubleshooting :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Abutment & Bridges :
---- Concrete Design and Specialty Applications :
---- Grinding, Polishing & Sealing :
New Hours






#7425 Acoustical Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 245
---- : 245
New Hours 245
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- General Safety :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- OSHA 30-Hour :
---- First Aid/CPR :
---- Materials & Handling :
---- Print Reading I :
---- Print Reading II :
---- Layout :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Hand Tools :
---- Portable Power Tools :
---- Codes and Standards :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Infection Control Risk Assessment ICRA Best Practices in Health Care Construction :
---- Fastening Systems :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Laser Safety :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- (Intro to) Metal Wall Framing :
---- Soffits :
---- Metal Jambs & Window Frames :
---- Access Floors :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Drywall Application :
---- Sound & Fire Systems :
---- Pre-finished Drywall :
---- Fire Stop :
---- Plaster :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Intro to Ceiling Systems :
---- Exposed Grids :
---- Framed drywall :
---- Drywall grid :
---- Acoustical soffits :
---- Concealed grid :
---- Open grid :
---- Custom Ceiling Trims and moldings :
---- Metal systems :
---- Rated Ceilings :
---- Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum & Concrete :
---- Specialty/Curved Ceilings :
---- Clean Room Grid :
---- Clouds & Channels :
New Hours






#7424 Optics Manufacturing Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7422 Utility Locator/Locator Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of electromagnetic theory as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of a simple circuit as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of signal frequency as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of signal power as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding regarding signal distortion. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of the three methods of signal application (direct connect, close induction/clamp & induction). : 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge of basic transmitter operation. : 160
---- Demonstrate proper equipment maintenance procedures. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of common receiver antenna configurations. : 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge of basic receiver operation. : 160
---- Demonstrate proper equipment maintenance procedures. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Satisfactorily delineate the approximate horizontal location of buried facilities. : 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of different marking systems. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 816
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the physical utility system(s) being located. : 816
---- Demonstrate a basic understanding of the mapping system for the facility(ies) being located. : 816
New Hours 816
Total Hours 130
---- Correctly identify the most common surface structures of each utility system. : 130
---- Correctly identify different visual evidence of the presence of buried facilities : 130
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge regarding private facilities. : 130
New Hours 130
Total Hours 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of safe work practices. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of emergency response requirements. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the hazards surrounding confined space entry. : 130
New Hours 130
Total Hours 130
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of One-Call regulations and processes for the assigned area of responsibility. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of locate request documentation. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of locate response documentation. : 130
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of the damage investigation process. : 130
New Hours 130
Total Hours 130
---- Promote positive working relationships with excavators & the public. : 130
New Hours 130

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 64
---- Basic Locator Theory : 64
---- Use and care of a Transmitter : 64
---- Use and care of a Receiver : 64
---- Marking Procedures (APWA) : 64
New Hours 64
Total Hours 192
---- Communications : 192
---- Electric Utilities : 192
---- Water/Reclaimed Water Utilities : 192
---- Sewer Utilities : 192
---- Gas Utilities : 192
---- Visual Observation Skills : 192
---- Safe Work Practices & Regulation : 192
---- One Call Regulation, Documentation and IT : 192
---- Excavator/Customer Relations : 192
---- Locating Pipelines (Operator Qualification) : 192
New Hours 192






#7423 Professional Brewer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 491
---- : 491
New Hours 491
Total Hours 399
---- : 399
New Hours 399
Total Hours 399
---- : 399
New Hours 399
Total Hours 399
---- : 399
New Hours 399

Technical Instruction








#7419 Wildland Fire Fighter Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 20
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: Identify and mitigate safety hazards in the work environment, review/write Job Hazard Analysis, and conduct safety briefings during prescribed fire and wildland fire activities. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 1,400
---- Preparedness: physical fitness conditioning, conduct fire ground proficiency drills, obtain weather forecasts and fire intelligence, maintain fire equipment such as tools, vehicles, and pumps, and facility maintenance. Instruct and mentor module crewmembers. : 1,400
---- Fire Suppression: the fire suppression work portion requires 240 hours minimum on each of 2 of the 4 options (Engines, Crews, Aviation, Dozers), 1 of which must be either Engines or Crews. Experience can be gained during initial attack, extended attack, large incidents, fire rehabilitation projects or restoration assignments. : 1,400
---- Fuels Management: the Fuels Management work portion requires 80 hours minimum serving in various functions during the planning, preparation, implementation and monitoring phases of fire use, such as prescribed fire and mechanical/chemical vegetation treatments. : 1,400
New Hours 1,400
Total Hours 10
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: timekeeping, record keeping, fire reports, medical forms, incident check-in and demobilization. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: Fire Management Plans (FMP), Prevention Plan, Pre-attack, Cooperators, Land Use Plans, and Community Wildfire Protection Plans (CWPP). : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 30
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: fire investigation, school/public presentations, issuing permits, and public contacts. : 30
New Hours 30

Technical Instruction








#7420 Ironworker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 175
---- Name and proper use : 175
---- Care : 175
---- Safety : 175
New Hours 175
Total Hours 250
---- Identification : 250
---- Shapes : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 400
---- Light equipment-blocks, ropes, etc. : 400
---- Heavy equipment-derricks, etc. : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 2000
---- Layout : 2000
---- Drilling : 2000
---- Welding-acetylene and electric: cutting and burning : 2000
---- Riveting: selection of proper size and types of rivets; heating rivets; use and care of tools : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 375
---- Sorting materials : 375
---- Distributing : 375
New Hours 375
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 400
---- Hook on : 400
---- Learn signals : 400
---- Learn safety factors : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 500
---- Use of cables and turnbuckles : 500
---- Use of instruments : 500
---- Use of hydraulic jacks : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 900
---- Layout : 900
---- Fit-up : 900
New Hours 900

Technical Instruction








#7421 Railroad Safety Inspector (Level I)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Gain a detailed understanding of the structure of the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA). : 200
---- Gain a detailed understanding of the roles of regional supervisors, specialists, inspectors, and grade crossing managers. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of the FRA’s ethical requirements. : 200
---- Gain a fundamental understanding of the FRA’s statutory authority. : 200
---- Demonstrate an understanding of policy related to personal safety. : 200
---- Gain a fundamental understanding of Operation Lifesaver (OL) and the FRA’s relationship to this organization. : 200
---- Gain a detailed understanding of the roles of the regional administrative staff and support staff. : 200
---- Demonstrate access to and use of the Office of Safety Web Site to obtain summary accident and incident data. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of the reports used by the FRA for investigations. : 200
---- Become proficient at using FRA’s MS Outlook Program. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of personal safety concerns prior to going into a railroad yard, shipping facility, intermodal facility, or tank car shop facility. : 200
---- Complete the Workplace Safety computer generated training program. : 200
---- Understand and apply the elements of an On-Track Safety (OTS) job briefing at a work site. : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Become familiar with all FRA Hazardous Material (HM) Forms. : 200
---- Become familiar with the HM Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the Hazardous Substance & Reportable Quantities (RQ) Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the Marine Pollutant Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the Segregation Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the requirements regarding the Handling of Placarded Rail Cars. : 200
---- Become familiar with HM Classes/Divisions. : 200
---- Become familiar with the HM requirements regarding Shipping Papers. : 200
---- Identify items required on a shipping paper. : 200
---- Know when shipping paper is required. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of railroad employees who are involved in the transportation of HM. : 200
---- Define/Identify interdepartmental roles and responsibilities that exist at a typical facility that loads/unloads and ships HM. : 200
---- Familiarization of Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG). : 200
---- Identify railroad related associations such as the American Association of Railroads (AAR) and the Bureau of Explosives (BOE). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 300
---- Become familiar with the CFR Parts enforced by Motive Power and Equipment (MP&E) Inspectors. : 300
---- Become familiar with all FRA MP&E forms and discipline specific reports. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad safety rules that are particular to Maintenance of Equipment employees. : 300
---- Describe the various types of locomotives and their primary applications. : 300
---- Describe the various types of freight cars and their primary uses. : 300
---- Describe the job titles and functions of each principal employee of the Mechanical Department. : 300
---- Identify a standard railroad freight car truck. : 300
---- Describe some of the basic components of a locomotive. : 300
---- Use the AAR standards to describe certain locations of locomotives and cars. : 300
---- Describe some of the basic components of freight or passenger cars. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Become familiar with the CFR Parts enforced by Operating Practices Inspectors. : 300
---- Become familiar with all FRA OP forms and other discipline specific reports. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad safety rules that are particular to Operating Practices employees. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad operating rules. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad operations within a flat switching yard; to include employees, their job functions, how freight is processed through the yard, and how the different departments relate to each other. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad operations within a hump yard; to include employees, their job functions, how freight is processed through the yard, and how the different departments relate to each other. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of main track train operations. : 300
---- Compare switching operations at hump and flat yards. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of train dispatching operations. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 250
---- Become familiar with the CFR Parts enforced by FRA S&TC Inspectors. : 250
---- Brief introduction and understanding of S&TC inspector’s duties. : 250
---- Become familiar with the S&TC Compliance Manual (Technical Manual). : 250
---- Draw an organizational chart of a typical railroad S&TC Department and gain a fundamental understanding of signal system installation and maintenance. : 250
---- Introduction to the various railroad signal systems inspected by S&TC Inspectors. : 250
---- Introduction into basic electricity and Ohms Law. : 250
---- Brief introduction regarding the correct usage of a multi- meter. : 250
---- Introduction of railroad S&TC definitions and terminology. : 250
---- Brief introduction regarding components commonly used in railroad S&TC systems. : 250
New Hours 250

Technical Instruction








#7417 Stationary Engineer-Power House



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1015
---- : 1015
New Hours 1015
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 743
---- : 743
New Hours 743
Total Hours 2475
---- : 2475
New Hours 2475
Total Hours 420
---- : 420
New Hours 420
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 575
---- : 575
New Hours 575
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction








#7418 Experimental Auto (Product Engineering Layout and Assembly)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 440
---- : 440
New Hours 440
Total Hours 2068
---- Engine : 2068
---- Hydramatic Transmission : 2068
---- Standard Transmission : 2068
---- Propeller Shaft : 2068
---- Rear Axle : 2068
---- Front End : 2068
---- Steering Gear : 2068
---- Brakes : 2068
New Hours 2068
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 1020
---- : 1020
New Hours 1020
Total Hours 850
---- : 850
New Hours 850
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction








#7416 Geothermal and Well Drilling Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1980
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 1980
---- Operate using the controls, their importance in proper operation, and movement of machine for safety of other employees, drilling around underground utilities, working the proper distance from overhead power lines, and other equipment working near machine. : 1980
---- Apply technical knowledge and assist during major overhauls while working with the operator, heavy duty repairperson, and welder. : 1980
---- Auguring: Both with solid flight augers and hollow stem augers. : 1980
---- “Direct” Mud Rotary: Using both polymer and bentonite based fluids, filtration control, and the use of additives to solve down hole problems. : 1980
---- Air Rotary: Using air, mist, foam, and “stiff foam” to overcome hole stabilization problems when using air in “non-cohesive” soils. : 1980
---- Reverse Rotary: Air lift and vacuum lift using both polymer and bentonite based fluids to stabilize the hole during “flooded hole drilling.” : 1980
---- Direct push: With the installation of monitoring wells and environmental procedures for collection and equipment decontamination. : 1980
---- Cable Tool: Advance holes and casing using drill stem percussion to break up and stir formation into a solution to be bailed out of the hole. : 1980
---- Sonic: Drill and sample holes using vibration of varying hertz imparted on a casing used as a drill stem to break up and liquefy the formation while the casing protects form formation collapse. : 1980
---- Dual rotary: Two rotary heads are employed to drill and case the hole at the same time. The top head drive is used to advance the drill rods and bit while the bottom drive advances the casing with the bit thru the overburden. Once the overburden is cased the top drive operates the same as on a conventional rig. : 1980
New Hours 1980
Total Hours 330
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 330
---- Operate using the controls, their importance in proper operation, and movement of machine for safety of other employees, digging underground utilities, working the proper distance from overhead power lines, and other equipment working near machine. : 330
---- Perform the movement of heavy drill collars, tooling, as well as digging mud pits and providing drainage to slurry pits. : 330
---- Apply technical knowledge and assist during major overhauls while working with the operator, heavy duty repairperson, and welder. : 330
New Hours 330
Total Hours 330
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 330
---- Operate on the different types of work assigned the dozer from rough excavation to finish work. : 330
---- Perform the movement of heavy drill collars, tooling, as well as digging mud pits and providing drainage to slurry pits. : 330
---- Assist in making minor adjustments and repairs and work with the mechanic on major repairs. : 330
New Hours 330
Total Hours 180
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 180
---- Operate on the different types of work assigned the dozer from rough excavation to finish work. : 180
---- Perform the movement of heavy drill collars, tooling, as well as digging mud pits and providing drainage to slurry pits. : 180
---- Assist in making minor adjustments and repairs and work with the mechanic on major repairs. : 180
New Hours 180
Total Hours 150
---- Perform preventive maintenance, proper oils and greases, and minor adjustments. : 150
---- Operate on the different types of work assigned the dozer from pioneer and rough excavation to finish work. : 150
---- Assist in making minor adjustments and repairs and work with the mechanic on major repairs. : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 230
---- Drive a truck mounted drill. : 230
---- Study the Federal Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) laws and obtain a CDL license. : 230
New Hours 230
Total Hours 296
---- Use instruments and read plans for making grades. : 296
---- Read and set grade stakes as well as read plans and instructions. : 296
---- Read boring plans for layout. : 296
New Hours 296
Total Hours 152
---- Perform proper description of soils and logging. : 152
---- Principles and methods of soil collection. : 152
---- Record geological : 152
New Hours 152
Total Hours 200
---- Operate, service, and adjust all types of pumps. : 200
---- Assist in installing, operating, and maintaining well-point systems. : 200
---- Operate, service, and adjust all types of electric generating plants. : 200
---- Operate, service, and adjust all other types of equipment. : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 20
---- Apprenticeship Rules and Regulations : 20
---- Issue Books and Manuals : 20
---- Drug & Alcohol presentation : 20
---- Diversity : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 10
---- Occupational Safety and Health Administration(O.S.H.A) Rules and Regulations : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 8
---- Testing Requirements : 8
---- Inspection Stipulations : 8
---- Driving Course : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- 40 Hour Hazwoper Certification Course : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 18
---- Describe soils : 18
---- Log procedures : 18
---- Principles and fundamentals : 18
New Hours 18
Total Hours 8
---- Standard First Aid, CPR and AED : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 80
---- Drill Rig : 80
---- Skid steer loader : 80
---- Forklift and Powered Industrial Truck Training : 80
---- Support Equipment : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 60
---- Theory : 60
---- Logs and data collection : 60
---- Foundations and layout : 60
---- Tooling : 60
---- Boring : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 12
---- Chart Reading : 12
---- Drill Set-Up : 12
---- Cable Specification : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 8
---- 8 Hour Refresher : 8
---- Safety Review : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Standard First Aid, CPR and AED : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 56
---- Drill Rig : 56
---- Skid steer loader : 56
---- Dozer : 56
---- Combination Backhoe Loader : 56
---- Forklift and Powered Industrial Truck : 56
---- Support Equipment : 56
New Hours 56
Total Hours 60
---- Theory and components : 60
---- Well construction : 60
---- Grouting – Mud and Grout Awareness : 60
---- Pump selection and installation : 60
---- Practical application : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 8
---- 8 Hour Refresher : 8
---- Safety Review : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Standard First Aid, CPR and AED : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 16
---- Transit and Hand Level : 16
---- Theodolite : 16
---- Leveling Rods : 16
---- Measurement Instruments : 16
---- Stakes : 16
---- Print Reading : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 6
---- Basic Hydraulics : 6
---- Basic Electrical : 6
---- Fundamental Power Trains : 6
New Hours 6






#7415 Painter, Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 32
---- History of IUPAT : 32
---- Survival of the Fittest : 32
---- Green Building Awareness : 32
---- Sexual Harassment : 32
---- Math for the Construction Trades : 32
---- Basic Computing : 32
---- Architectural Drawings/Blueprint Reading : 32
---- Introduction to Health and Safety : 32
---- First Aid/CPR/AED : 32
---- Ergonomics : 32
---- Respiratory Protection : 32
---- Lead Abatement Awareness for the Lead Worker : 32
---- Hand and Power Tool Safety Awareness : 32
---- Communication Skills : 32
---- Foreman Training : 32
---- Project Management : 32
---- Supervisor Training Program (STP) : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 300
---- Don (put on), doff (remove), inspect, and maintain the proper PPE that should be worn. : 300
---- Perform a job analysis for safe working conditions. : 300
---- Safely demonstrate the proper use and maintenance of ICLAS tools and equipment. : 300
---- Maintain clean work areas (housekeeping). : 300
---- Demonstrate how to perform positive and negative fit checks on selected respirators. : 300
---- Use selected monitoring equipment to measure the atmosphere in a confined space. : 300
---- Recognize the symptoms associated with excess exposure to heat and cold. : 300
---- Store, handle, and transport tools, equipment and materials properly. : 300
---- Identify the locations of First Aid and Fire Equipment. : 300
---- Correctly use fall arresting and other fall protection equipment. : 300
---- Demonstrate safe work practices for erecting and dismantling scaffolds, including: pre-planning, inspecting scaffold components, load capacity, platform construction, access requirements, and fall protection. : 300
---- Demonstrate a pre-inspection and the safe operation of an aerial lift. : 300
---- Describe and demonstrate the proper use of various types of personal fall protection equipment. : 300
---- Describe and demonstrate the steps of ladder safety, including: selection, inspection, set-up, safe techniques and proper maintenance and storage. : 300
---- Use flags and paddles to safely control vehicle movements around work zones in accordance with state and national guidelines. : 300
---- Demonstrate the measurement of a selected containment ventilation air pressure and/or air flow requirement using the appropriate instrumentation. : 300
---- Recognize and describe a selected emission quality assessment method. : 300
---- Perform and explain the procedures for conducting forklift inspections. : 300
---- Calculate load weight and determine forklift capabilities for that load. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 350
---- Demonstrate the characteristics of a professional Painter, Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist. : 350
---- Exhibit suitable appearance and personal hygiene. : 350
---- Exhibit proper attitude and behavior on the jobsite, including private residences and other occupied buildings. : 350
---- Deal with difficult customers in a professional and courteous manner. : 350
---- Interpret written and verbal instructions. : 350
---- Recognize the importance of cooperation andinteraction with related occupations on a jobsite. : 350
---- Demonstrate the ability to follow specific work place protocol and procedures. : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 600
---- Recognize the critical role of the applicator in providing protection from corrosion. : 600
---- Recognize the 8 basic forms of corrosion. : 600
---- Demonstrate the 5 basic methods of mitigating corrosion. : 600
---- Select conditions that meet project demands in various conditions and service environments. : 600
---- Set-up of a jobsite including selection of trailers, storing flammable liquids, waste thinner, hazardous lead waste, and tarps. : 600
---- Demonstrate the ability to tie knots correctly and understand the different types of knots used in Industrial applications. : 600
---- Store, handle, and transport tools, equipment and materials properly. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 850
---- Apply proper surface preparation techniques to achieve the maximum level of protection available through protective coatings systems. : 850
---- Create a surface that meets industry standards defining an achievable surface cleanliness level. : 850
---- Demonstrate the safe and appropriate application of surface preparation techniques. : 850
---- Demonstrate and describe the proper use, maintenance and storage of surface preparation tools and equipment. : 850
---- Demonstrate solvent hand tool cleaning, safety, PPE, methods, care, and repair SSPC – SP1. : 850
---- Demonstrate power tool safety, PPE, methods of use, standards, and inspection SSPC – SP3. : 850
---- Demonstrate the proper set-up of compressor, blast pot, and separators with control valves, hose and coupling layout. : 850
---- Demonstrate abrasive blasting system operation guidelines: warnings and hazards, pre-start, daily checks, start-up, operation, and shutdown. : 850
---- Create a surface that meets industry standards defining an achievable surface cleanliness level. : 850
---- Demonstrate the proper use, care, PPE, and inspection of water cleaning and water jetting. : 850
---- Recognize and describe surface preparation of concrete in accordance with SSPC – SP13/NACE 6. : 850
---- Measure ambient conditions. : 850
---- Determine when to measure ambient conditions. : 850
---- Recognize when coating operations should not be permitted due to adverse ambient conditions. : 850
---- Identify and employ troubleshooting techniques and procedures. : 850
New Hours 850
Total Hours 600
---- Demonstrate proper spray techniques for each of the spray systems and troubleshoot spray pattern problems. : 600
---- Demonstrate proper care and maintenance of spray equipment. : 600
---- Demonstrate appropriate use and safe handling of spray equipment. : 600
---- Recognize, select, and demonstrate the following equipment for coating application. : 600
---- Demonstrate thermo spraying methods, i.e., wire flame, powder flame, electric arc and plasma. : 600
---- Demonstrate safe and proper methods to mix paint. : 600
---- Demonstrate proper use of wet film thickness gauge. : 600
---- Demonstrate the procedures required to clean and lubricate a spray gun. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 1000
---- Demonstrate proper use of wet film thickness gauge. : 1000
---- Demonstrate quality inspection procedures for monitoring ambient air, surface temperature, and surface profile. : 1000
---- Interpret manufacturer’s catalog product data sheets to determine recommended uses and product/performance characteristics for industrial coatings. : 1000
---- Use MSDSs to determine the hazards, appropriate personal protective equipment, and other safety-relevant information pertaining to the use of industrial coatings. : 1000
---- Use manufacturer’s coating application bulletins to determine the proper surface preparation and application procedures required for use with industrial coatings. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 650
---- Concrete : 650
---- Plural Components : 650
---- Thermal Spray : 650
---- Waterjetting : 650
---- Powder Coatings : 650
---- Pipeline Coatings : 650
---- Electrostatic Spray : 650
New Hours 650

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 4
---- Identify the historical reasons for unionization. : 4
---- Describe the strengths and weaknesses of the labor movement in the U.S. : 4
---- Describe the union structure and its activities. : 4
---- Explain how unions promote the occupation and serve its members : 4
---- Understand the union’s impact on economic issues, corporation, productivity, and distribution of wealth. : 4
---- Identify and explain the most significant labor laws of the 1900s. : 4
---- Analyze the impact the labor movement has had on social and political reform. : 4
---- Evaluate the IUPAT’s role in the labor movement from 1887 to the Present. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Investigate the current state of the union’s market share. : 2
---- Discuss the personal rewards and consequences associated with the union’s market share. : 2
---- Describe successful strategies for unions to regain a market share in the construction industry. : 2
---- Identify and describe what the union provides on an ongoing basis to its members and affiliates. : 2
---- Identify the roles and responsibilities of the end users, contractors, union, and rank and file. : 2
---- Articulate the value that the union provides its members and affiliates. : 2
---- Describe the impact the IUPAT’s Top Workplace Performance (TWP) program has on shaping attitudes and performance. : 2
---- Discuss the generational changes in rank and file attitudes and behaviors. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Describe sustainability and the social, environmental, and economic impact. : 4
---- Identify the benefits of sustainability. : 4
---- Explain the purpose of sustainability in commercial and residential buildings. : 4
---- Identify professional ‘green’ organizations. : 4
---- Identify elements of sustainability. : 4
---- Explain the importance of green practices. : 4
---- Define green bid specifications. : 4
---- Identify and interpret a green specification in a project manual. : 4
---- Source and cost out green products. : 4
---- Create a bid incorporating green products and practices. : 4
---- Describe the elements involved with sustainable sites. : 4
---- Describe water efficiency practices. : 4
---- Determine energy and atmospheric requirements. : 4
---- Identify and describe effective materials and resources. : 4
---- Discuss indoor environmental quality standards. : 4
---- Discuss the ‘green’ innovation and design process. : 4
---- Identify and discuss the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design – New Construction (LEED-NC) Process. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Define sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify the law sexual harassment violates. : 2
---- Identify characteristics of quid pro quo sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify characteristics of hostile environment sexual harassment. : 2
---- Cite factors that contribute to the determination of whether behavior is sexual harassment. : 2
---- Explain legal and other consequences of sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify effects of sexual harassment. : 2
---- Identify costs associated with sexual harassment. : 2
---- Discuss employer liability in harassment Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist (ICLAS) cases. : 2
---- Identify United States Supreme Court Landmark ICLAS cases.Add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers, with and without a calculator. : 2
---- Use a standard ruler, a metric ruler, and a measuring tape to measure. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 12
---- Add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions. : 12
---- Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals, with and without a calculator. : 12
---- Convert decimals to percentages and percentages to decimals. : 12
---- Convert fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions. : 12
---- Explain what the metric system is and how it is important in the construction industry. : 12
---- Recognize and use metric units of length, weight, volume, and temperature. : 12
---- Recognize some of the basic shapes used in the construction industry and apply basic geometry to measure them. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 4
---- Describe the components of a computer system. : 4
---- Define microcomputer hardware in terms of its functions: input, output, processing, and storage. : 4
---- Describe how peripheral devices are connected to a microcomputer. : 4
---- Identify types of software and their functions and describe the difference between system software and application software. : 4
---- Navigate and use the Windows XP environment to open and use applications, manage documents, and identify and maintain resources. : 4
---- Access and navigate the World Wide Web to find information. : 4
---- Create, format, and edit documents using Microsoft® Word. : 4
---- Create, revise, and enhance business presentations using Microsoft® PowerPoint. : 4
---- Create, revise, and enhance spreadsheets using Microsoft® Excel. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 16
---- Define blueprint and blueprint reading. : 16
---- Define plans and specifications. : 16
---- Describe how plans and specifications are prepared. : 16
---- Describe the purpose and importance of a set of plans. : 16
---- Identify and define various parts of a set of plans. : 16
---- Identify the various views of a drawing that are included in a set of plans and their relationship to each other. : 16
---- Identify and define material symbols, abbreviations, and lines used in drawings. : 16
---- Define the meaning of scale. : 16
---- Use fractional rule to calculate measurements. : 16
---- Explain how an architect’s scale is used to measure lines. : 16
---- Use the architect’s scale to determine the actual length of a scaled line. : 16
---- Recognize, locate, and determine missing dimensions. : 16
---- Describe proper handling procedures for plans and drawings. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 10
---- Explain the idea of a safety culture and its importance in the construction fields. : 10
---- Identify causes of accidents and the impact of accident costs. : 10
---- Explain the role of OSHA in jobsite safety. : 10
---- Locate OSHA Standards references applicable to specific hazardous conditions and practices. : 10
---- Recognize the aspects of 1926 Subpart C (General Safety and Health Provisions). : 10
---- State the purpose of the OSHA Act and list the functions of OSHA. : 10
---- List the OSHA inspection priorities and describe the inspection process. : 10
---- Describe the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees under the OSHA Act. : 10
---- Recognize hazard recognition and risk assessment techniques. : 10
---- Explain fall protection, ladder, stair, and scaffold procedures and requirements. : 10
---- Identify struck-by hazards and demonstrate safe working procedures and requirements. : 10
---- Identify caught-in-between hazards and demonstrate safe working procedures and requirements. : 10
---- Define safe work procedures to use around electrical hazards. : 10
---- Demonstrate the use and care of appropriate PPE. : 10
---- Explain the importance of hazard communications (Haz Com) and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs). : 10
---- Identify other construction hazards on your jobsite, including hazardous material exposures, environmental elements, welding and cutting hazards, confined spaces, and fires. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 8
---- Demonstrate how to minimize the risk of disease transmission when giving care. : 8
---- Demonstrate how to check an unconscious person for life-threatening and non-life threatening conditions. : 8
---- Demonstrate how to give cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to a person.Demonstrate how to care for a person who is not breathing and/or chocking. : 8
---- Describe when and how to use an AED. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 4
---- Describe ergonomics and its importance in the workplace. : 4
---- Describe the benefits of implementing an ergonomic program. : 4
---- Identify and describe ergonomic related injuries and related musculoskeletal disorders that can occur in an office setting. : 4
---- Identify and describe ergonomic related injuries and related musculoskeletal disorders that can occur in a construction workplace. : 4
---- Recognize and describe risk factors that can cause musculoskeletal disorders or related injuries. : 4
---- Describe healthy ergonomics in an office setting. : 4
---- Describe healthy ergonomics in a construction workplace. : 4
---- Demonstrate proper stretching techniques. : 4
---- Identify employee and employer rights and responsibilities. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- Describe how the respiratory system works. : 4
---- Identify the different types of respirators and their purposes. : 4
---- Demonstrate the proper fit, inspection, cleaning, disinfection, and storage of respirators. : 4
---- Summarize how the human respiratory system works. : 4
---- Identify respiratory hazards and describe how they affect the respiratory system. : 4
---- Identify work activities that can create airborne hazards. : 4
---- Demonstrate how to perform proper negative and positive fit-checks. : 4
---- Demonstrate proper inspection of respirators. : 4
---- Demonstrate safe cleaning, disinfection, and storage procedures for respirators. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 8
---- Explain his/her roles and responsibilities as a Lead Abatement worker. : 8
---- Recall and describe basics facts in the history of lead and Lead Abatement. : 8
---- Identify and describe the health effects of lead exposure and protection against lead exposure and poisoning. : 8
---- Describe and demonstrate safe work practices when working with or aroundlead. : 8
---- Describe general work safety and health hazards. : 8
---- Identify and describe the federal, state and local regulations for Lead Abatement workers. : 8
---- Explain and demonstrate the pre-abatement set up and containment procedures for residential buildings. : 8
---- Recognize and describe residential lead-based paint hazards and control factors. : 8
---- Describe and explain interior dust abatement procedures, clean-up and final clearance inspections. : 8
---- Describe and explain the procedures for soil and exterior dust abatement with waste disposal. : 8
---- Explain and demonstrate the pre-abatement set up and containment procedures for industrial buildings. : 8
---- Recognize and describe industrial lead-based paint hazards and control factors. : 8
---- Describe and demonstrate lead safe work practices in compliance with the EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule, and HUD’s Lead Safe Housing Rule. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 6
---- Recognize and identify some of the basic hand tools and their proper uses in the construction industry. : 6
---- Visually inspect hand tools to determine if they are safe to use. : 6
---- Safely use hand tools. : 6
---- Identify power tools commonly used in the construction industry. : 6
---- Demonstrate and describe all general safety rules for power tools and follow them. : 6
---- Explain the importance of using guards during the operation of power tools. : 6
---- Explain the importance of using a properly rated extension cord. : 6
---- Demonstrate and describe how to properly ground a power tool. : 6
---- Explain how to maintain power tools properly. : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 4
---- Interpret information and instructions presented in both verbal and written form. : 4
---- Communicate effectively in on-the-job situations using verbal and written skills. : 4
---- Communicate effectively on-the-job using electronic communication devices. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Describe the role of the foreman. : 2
---- State the key role of the foreman in maintaining safety rules and regulations. : 2
---- Describe how to establish and maintain good relationships with co-workers, supervisors, and other professionals. : 2
---- Describe productive motivational techniques. : 2
---- Explain the importance of properly performing personnel functions in accordance with the union agreement and company policies. : 2
---- Explain the importance of developing and using effective communications skills. : 2
---- Describe the proper planning and organizational skills needed to successfully complete a job. : 2
---- Describe the “leadership” qualities needed to be an effective foreman. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Achieve predicted and desired results in the execution of projects through implementation of consistent methodologies. : 4
---- Advance the skill level and knowledge of IUPAT Project Managers. : 4
---- Emphasize the depth and breadth of roles and responsibilities that a Project Manager may be relied upon to manage, to contribute to, or to perform. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Define the role of the supervisor. : 2
---- Define the scope and importance of verbal communication. : 2
---- Refine written communication skills. : 2
---- Describe various job site personnel issues. : 2
---- Identify the supervisor’s role in safety. : 2
---- Manage and estimate the cost of tools and materials. : 2
---- Describe the importance of leadership in effective supervision. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 40
---- Recognize the important areas of OSHA in general terms. : 40
---- Identify the Safety Regulations as they apply to safe work practices in the ICLAS occupation : 40
---- Describe the precautions that must be followed when using flammable liquids and adhesives. : 40
---- Explain the purpose of Hazard Communication programs. : 40
---- Explain what a MSDS is, its purpose and limitation. : 40
---- Describe the role of employer, supplier, and worker in the education of workers. : 40
---- Outline emergency procedures and how to obtain assistance for injured workers. : 40
---- Compare and contrast the characteristics of a confined space with those of a permit-required confined space. : 40
---- Explain confined space characteristics and hazards. : 40
---- Identify 29 CFR 1910.146 as OSHA’s General Industry Confined Spaces Rule. : 40
---- Describe the proper technique (ergonomics) for lifting and transporting ICLAS materials and equipment. : 40
---- Identify safety requirements for erecting and dismantling scaffolds, including: pre-planning, inspecting scaffold components, calculating load capacity, platform construction, access requirements, and fall protection. : 40
---- Identify the different types of aerial lifts and their related safety rules and precautions. : 40
---- Describe potential fall hazards in the workplace.Describe the different types of ladders and the conditions under which they are used. : 40
---- Understand the requirements to protect the driving public and work zone crew at and around construction and maintenance areas (or work zones). : 40
---- Describe a containment system (classes, enclosure components and methods, ventilation components and methods, emission assessment methods, and worker and equipment decontamination facilities). : 40
---- Describe the techniques and equipment used for environmental humidity/temperature control. : 40
---- Describe the qualifications of a competent Forklift Operator. : 40
---- Explain the laws, regulations, and elevation precautions that apply to forklift operations. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 32
---- Identify and explain the basic terminology used in the industrial coatings field. : 32
---- Describe the working conditions of the industrial coatings field. : 32
---- Identify the career options and advancement opportunities in the industrial coatings field. : 32
---- Describe custody, care, and maintenance of tools and equipment. : 32
---- Describe the need for Painter, Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist and Industry recognized certification in the Industrial Painting Industry. : 32
---- Identify basic tools and equipment used for surface preparation and coatings application. : 32
---- Compare and contrast the Industrial Coatings Industry to the Commercial and Residential Painting Industry. : 32
---- Understand the history of bridges and the different types of bridges. : 32
---- Identify and define the components of the structures that comprise a bridge. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 40
---- Identify tools of the occupation. : 40
---- Explain how and why corrosion occurs. : 40
---- Identify and describe the 8 basic forms of corrosion and how to properly mitigate using proper techniques such as use of hand tools, power tools, and blast media. : 40
---- Identify and describe the 5 basic methods of mitigating corrosion. : 40
---- Explain how coatings are used to control corrosion. : 40
---- Identify paint coat sequence of proper application procedures (primer, second coat, and finish coat). : 40
---- Explain the environmental concerns associated with Industrial Coating materials. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- Identify and describe various surfaces, substrates, and rust grades per SSPC Visual Standards and definitions. : 60
---- Describe common methods of surface preparation and the conditions in which they are applied. : 60
---- Explain abrasive blasting system operation guidelines: warnings and hazards, pre-start, daily checks, start-up, operation, and shutdown. : 60
---- Recognize the importance of steel surface preparation. : 60
---- Identify the effects of mass, velocity, air volume and pressure, nozzle, and hose size on abrasive blasting. : 60
---- Identify and document initial condition of steel. : 60
---- Identify the acceptable abrasive blasting conditions (dew point, temperature, relative humidity, dehumidification, wind, and surface temperature). : 60
---- Identify and describe the materials, equipment, and methods for chemical cleaning and high pressure and ultra high pressure water jetting SSPC – SP12/NACE 5. : 60
---- Explain what and how ambient conditions affect application and coating performance. : 60
---- Identify the primary elements of a nozzle blast cleaning system. : 60
---- Discuss abrasive characteristics. : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 92
---- Describe basic conventional air and airless spray systems, including variations of each: Conventional (air), Airless, Air-assisted, High- volume, Low-pressure, Electrostatic and Plural-component. : 92
---- Identify by name, the parts of a spray gun and their functions. : 92
---- List the procedures required to clean and lubricate a spray gun. : 92
---- Identify the conditions under which each spray system may be used. : 92
---- Define and use the proper terms for describing spray techniques and equipment.Explain the relevance of coating terms; dry time, cure time and overcoat time. : 92
---- Recognize, select, and demonstrate coating applications. : 92
---- Recognize and describe applicable hazards and safety guidelines for the above mentioned equipment. Recognize and describe proper storage conditions. : 92
---- Define pot life, induction time, and recoat window and explain their importance. : 92
---- Explain the methods used to obtain proper DFT and WFT with and without thinning. : 92
New Hours 92
Total Hours 96
---- Identify the three basic mechanisms of corrosion control by coatings. : 96
---- Identify and explain the film properties necessary to provide the appropriate protection. : 96
---- Describe how coatings may provide galvanic (cathodic) protection. : 96
---- Discuss the different generic types available for use and the conditions under which different systems may be appropriate or inappropriate. : 96
---- Explain the function(s) of pigments, resins, solvents, and additives. : 96
---- Explain the differences between water-based and oil-based paints and coatings. : 96
---- Identify the film-forming mechanisms for different generic types of coatings. : 96
---- Explain the functions performed by different types of industrial coatings. : 96
New Hours 96
Total Hours 80
---- Concrete : 80
---- Plural Components : 80
---- Thermal Spray : 80
---- Waterjetting : 80
---- Powder Coatings : 80
---- Pipeline Coatings : 80
---- Electrostatic Spray : 80
New Hours 80






#7412 Sprinkler Fitter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 750
---- Reading shop drawings : 750
---- Symbols and abbreviations : 750
---- Familiarization with National Fire Protection : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 800
---- Identifying materials, grades and types of pipe, fittings, valves, hose and equipment, and sprinkler heads : 800
---- Use and operation of trade tools : 800
---- Maintaining and servicing of tools and equipment : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 650
---- Selection of pipe, fittings, hangers and devices for rough and distribution and finish : 650
---- Loading of required materials and equipment : 650
---- Unloading of materials and equipment at job site using : 650
---- Set-up and use of rigging, scaffolding and mechanical lifts and platforms : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 1250
---- Use of hand cutters : 1250
---- Use of dies and reamer : 1250
---- Set-up and operation of power threading machine : 1250
---- Operation of power drills : 1250
---- Operation of torch and welder : 1250
New Hours 1250
Total Hours 650
---- Installation of cast iron pipe and fittings : 650
---- Installation of plastic pipe and fittings : 650
---- Installation of valves, post indicators and hydrants : 650
---- Rodding and thrust block installation : 650
---- Valve pit installation : 650
---- Flushing and testing of underground piping : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 1600
---- Distribution of system : 1600
---- Installation of feed main and cross main, grooved, screwed and welded : 1600
---- Branch line installation on exposed systems : 1600
---- Branch line installation for concealed piping with drop nipples : 1600
---- Hanger types and installation : 1600
---- Trimming of valves including Siamese connection installation : 1600
---- Set-up and testing of system : 1600
New Hours 1600
Total Hours 500
---- Distribution of system : 500
---- Installation of feed main and cross main, grooved, screwed and welded : 500
---- Branch line installation on exposed systems : 500
---- Hanger types and installation : 500
---- Trimming of valves including Siamese connection installation : 500
---- Set-up and testing of system : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Distribution of system : 500
---- Pipe installation : 500
---- Installation of hose valves, nozzles and accessories : 500
---- Testing procedures : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 350
---- Installation of deluge systems : 350
---- Installation of preaction systems : 350
---- Installation of gas suppression systems : 350
---- Installation of CO2 systems : 350
---- Installation of fire extinguishers : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 350
---- Setting of fire pumps and jockey pumps : 350
---- Alignment of fire pump and driver : 350
---- Trimming of fire pump, jockey pump and controllers : 350
---- Start up and testing of fire pumps and equipment : 350
New Hours 350

Technical Instruction








#7413 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Maintenance



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Primary Shop work and Preliminary Operations : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Motors : 500
---- Motor Controls (Installation and Service) : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 3888
---- Trouble Shooting (Diagnosing) : 3888
---- General Service of Heating, Air Conditioning and : 3888
---- Refrigeration Equipment : 3888
---- Ventilating Systems : 3888
New Hours 3888
Total Hours 1540
---- Air Distribution (Grills, Registers, Diffusers, Filtering Devices, etc.) : 1540
New Hours 1540
Total Hours 900
---- : 900
New Hours 900

Technical Instruction








#7414 Wastewater Systems Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 440
---- Delineate basic job duties : 440
---- Participate in site specific orientation programs : 440
---- List regulatory/permit specifications : 440
---- Read/interpret drawings (plan/section views, process and instrumentation diagram (PID), hydraulic profile, etc.) : 440
---- Demonstrate general plant safety and security operations : 440
---- Wear PPE in accordance with safety guidelines : 440
---- Follow lock-out and tag out procedures : 440
---- Adhere to hazardous communication and right-to-know programs : 440
---- Monitor air quality levels : 440
---- Respond to emergencies using first aid/CPR : 440
---- Apply security practices around the plant : 440
---- Adhere to chemical safety programs : 440
---- Earn and maintain CDL : 440
New Hours 440
Total Hours 1320
---- Monitor plant operations as required : 1320
---- Review plant operations and maintenance manual : 1320
---- Analyze plant operating performance : 1320
---- Respond to plant alarm systems : 1320
---- Troubleshoot and solve operational problems effectively : 1320
---- Start and stop plant equipment : 1320
---- Apply knowledge of regulations to plant operations : 1320
---- Manage treatment processes : 1320
---- Handle and add chemicals to disinfect and deodorize liquids : 1320
---- Inspect meters and gauges to determine load requirements : 1320
---- Operate disinfection equipment and technologies : 1320
---- Clean and maintain tanks and filter beds : 1320
---- Manage wastewater treatment solids programs : 1320
---- Monitor sludge production : 1320
---- Perform sludge removal activities : 1320
---- Record treated sludge and solids information accurately : 1320
---- Dispose of treated sludge in accordance with permitting : 1320
---- Manage bio-solids program effectively : 1320
---- Oversee collection systems/lift stations operations : 1320
---- List pump station components and different types of pumping stations : 1320
---- List types and components of force main systems : 1320
---- List types and components of gravity mains : 1320
---- Demonstrate understanding of inflow and infiltration : 1320
---- Demonstrate collection system safety requirements : 1320
---- Demonstrate proficiency in responding, correcting, and reporting to alarms : 1320
---- Demonstrate SCADA capability : 1320
---- Understand screen navigation : 1320
---- Interpret readings : 1320
---- Read and interpret trend charts : 1320
---- Demonstrate proficiency in Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) : 1320
---- List safety requirements : 1320
---- Detail environmental impacts : 1320
---- Review related documents : 1320
---- Demonstrate procedures : 1320
---- Demonstrate proficiency in Manufacturer’s Safety and Data Sheets (MSDS) : 1320
---- List safety requirements : 1320
---- Detail environmental impacts : 1320
---- Review related documents : 1320
---- Demonstrate procedures : 1320
New Hours 1320
Total Hours 800
---- Perform mechanical maintenance on equipment : 800
---- Exercise valves, pumps and other mechanical devices : 800
---- Troubleshoot and repair malfunctioning and inoperable equipment : 800
---- Perform preventative maintenance when scheduled : 800
---- Maintain lift stations : 800
---- Inspect and maintain collection system pipes and manholes : 800
---- Prepare/submit a maintenance work order : 800
---- Read and interpret process instrumentation : 800
---- Understand normal range : 800
---- Explain actions for out-of-range values : 800
---- Demonstrate unit process hydraulics and demonstrate impacts on subsequent processes : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 480
---- Collect samples according to established procedures : 480
---- Perform laboratory sampling and testing : 480
---- Verify results for accuracy : 480
---- Calibrate equipment and instrumentation : 480
---- Ensure consistent lab and sampling procedures : 480
---- Interpret lab results : 480
---- Ensure compliance with all relevant laws and regulations : 480
---- Report results to supervisors and community members as appropriate : 480
---- Perform process control : 480
---- Define unit process performance variables : 480
---- Collect samples : 480
---- Perform process tests : 480
---- Identify normal/out-of-range values : 480
---- Analyze performance/trends : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 120
---- Order equipment and supplies as needed : 120
---- Develop and execute routine maintenance schedule : 120
---- Conduct operational rounds : 120
---- Define normal operation : 120
---- Recognize abnormal operation : 120
---- Collect appropriate data : 120
---- Visit other facilities to learn about new procedures : 120
New Hours 120

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 24
---- Adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, calculator : 24
---- Algebraic equations : 24
---- Geometry : 24
---- Principle of mathematics applications : 24
---- Metric system : 24
---- Area : 24
---- Volume : 24
---- Chemical usage : 24
---- Loading rates : 24
---- Conversions : 24
---- Pump math : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 16
---- Physical, chemical, and biological concepts : 16
---- Disease transmission : 16
---- Common elements : 16
---- Cell structure : 16
---- Natural water cycle and impact : 16
---- Basic hydraulics : 16
---- Alkalinity : 16
---- Nitrification/denitrification : 16
---- Aquatic chemistry : 16
---- Flora/fauna activated solids : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 8
---- Large/small systems : 8
---- Liquid stream processes – biological, physical, and chemical : 8
---- Solids handling/management : 8
---- Systems integration : 8
---- Disinfection : 8
---- Chemical treatment : 8
---- Natural/non-mechanical systems : 8
---- Mechanically assisted biological treatment : 8
---- Collection systems : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Demonstration/examples : 8
---- Trend charting : 8
---- Reading and interpreting drawings and schematics : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 24
---- Regulatory basics : 24
---- Permit requirements : 24
---- Due diligence : 24
---- Industrial pretreatment : 24
---- Sewer use laws : 24
---- Other regulations (503, air, source control, stormwater) : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 50
---- Personnel protective equipment : 50
---- First responder : 50
---- Decontamination : 50
---- MSDS : 50
---- Reporting requirements : 50
---- Hazardous materials and controls : 50
---- Hazardous communication : 50
---- Confined space : 50
---- Emergency response plan : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 24
---- Active listening : 24
---- Verbal and nonverbal communication : 24
---- Managing conflict : 24
---- Critical thinking : 24
---- Diversity and culture : 24
---- Oral presentations : 24
---- Report writing and written presentations : 24
---- Budget : 24
---- Team building : 24
---- Public information : 24
---- Customer service : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 20
---- Basics of electricity : 20
---- Symbols reading : 20
---- Monitoring vs. Control : 20
---- Calibrations : 20
---- Common electrical components : 20
---- Conduction and insulation : 20
---- Electromagnetism : 20
---- Arc flash : 20
---- Lock out/tag out : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 24
---- Equipment : 24
---- Laboratory safety : 24
---- Sampling procedures : 24
---- Testing requirements : 24
---- Process control testing : 24
---- Discharge permit testing : 24
---- Quality assurance and control : 24
---- Record keeping : 24
---- Microbe identification : 24
---- Chain of custody (COC) : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 12
---- Chain of command : 12
---- Critical thinking skills Ethics : 12
---- Organization : 12
---- Personnel : 12
---- Policies and procedures : 12
---- Scheduling/management of preventive maintenance : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 48
---- Basic Suite : 48
---- Microsoft applications (Excel, Word) : 48
---- SCADA : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 20
---- State statutes : 20
---- Test preparations : 20
---- Practice tests : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 8
---- Presentation techniques : 8
---- Learning styles : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 24
---- Pumping theory : 24
---- Types of pumps : 24
---- Basic hydraulics : 24
---- Pump maintenance : 24
---- Pump troubleshooting : 24
---- Pump system components : 24
---- Mechanical systems : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 40
---- Long and short term controls : 40
---- System components and functions : 40
---- Operation and maintenance of lift/pumping stations, force mains, and gravity mains : 40
---- Inflow & infiltration (I & I) : 40
---- Private property laterals : 40
---- Odor control : 40
---- Inspection of mains : 40
---- Repair/Rehabilitation of manholes, pipes, laterals : 40
---- Compliance (safety, hazards, regulatory, environmental impacts such as sanitary sewer overflows) : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 8
---- Lagoons : 8
---- Biological cycle : 8
---- Detention time : 8
---- Monitoring : 8
---- Maintenance : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- Modifications to activated sludge systems : 40
---- Long term controls : 40
---- Short term controls : 40
---- Activated sludge quality : 40
---- Systems components : 40
---- Oxidation ponds/ditches : 40
---- Trickling filters : 40
---- Rotating biological contactors (RBCs) : 40
---- Biofilm reactors : 40
---- Clarifiers : 40
---- Equipment maintenance : 40
---- Return activated sludge (RAS) and waste activated sludge (WAS) : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 24
---- Chemical safety : 24
---- Reactions : 24
---- Troubleshooting : 24
---- Dosage : 24
---- Equipment : 24
---- Monitoring : 24
---- Advanced testing : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 8
---- Systems- chemical/physical : 8
---- Testing/monitoring : 8
---- Emergency response : 8
---- Detention/kill rates : 8
---- Topics : 8
---- Maintenance/cleaning : 8
---- Equipment : 8
---- Ozone (O3) : 8
---- Chlorination (Cl2) : 8
---- Ultra-Violet (UV) : 8
---- Other disinfection methods : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 30
---- Aerobic/anaerobic digestion : 30
---- Drying/heat treatment/incineration : 30
---- Beneficial reuse/landfill : 30
---- Screenings : 30
---- Physical equipment : 30
---- Chemical applications : 30
---- Odor control : 30
---- Vector tracking and analysis : 30
---- Thickening : 30
---- Digestion : 30
---- Dewatering : 30
---- Disposal options/strategies : 30
---- Regulations : 30
---- Transportation : 30
---- Cost analysis : 30
---- Energy recovery : 30
---- Public relations (customer service) : 30
New Hours 30






#7410 Heating, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration Installer/Servicer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of types : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of safe handling of refrigerants : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of safe handling of pressurized gasses : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of safe handling of combustibles : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of SDS (Safety Data Sheet) information to material : 40
---- Work in a safe and workman-like manner abiding applicable local, state, and federal regulations; EPA (environmental), DOT(environmental), DOT (motor vehicles) and OSHA (worker safety) : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of first aid procedures for occupational hazards : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of lockout & tag out procedures : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of safe ladder usage : 40
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge and use of personal fall protection equipment : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 80
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Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Instruction Content for Year 1 Only :
New Hours
Total Hours 1.5
---- Understand career clusters and career pathways. : 1.5
---- Evaluate HVACR career options. : 1.5
---- Determine which exams and corresponding certifications are most suited for achieving your career goals. : 1.5
---- Understand the tools needed for success in the workplace. : 1.5
---- Understand the value of an accredited HVACR program. : 1.5
---- Explain the value of continuing education and training. Understand EPA regulations as they relate to air conditioning and refrigeration. : 1.5
---- Become involved in HVACR service organizations and trade associations. : 1.5
New Hours 1.5
Total Hours 3
---- Describe OSHA and its purpose. : 3
---- Properly assess electrical, fire, temperature, pressure, refrigerant, chemical, and breathing hazards. : 3
---- Explain the components of a safety data sheet (SDS). : 3
---- Discuss the need for personal protective equipment (PPE) for head, hearing, eye, and respiratory protection. : 3
---- Exercise safe practices when lifting, using a ladder or scaffold, for fall protection, in confined spaces, and for hand and power tools. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 1.5
---- Describe three general categories of HVACR service. : 1.5
---- Explain the steps in a standard troubleshooting procedure. : 1.5
---- Evaluate a problem in a logical and systematic sequence. : 1.5
---- Select a remedy for a problem using a three-step procedure. : 1.5
---- Explain how a technician’s appearance and conduct affects customer relations. : 1.5
---- Understand the basics for writing service estimates and service contracts. : 1.5
New Hours 1.5
Total Hours 3
---- Differentiate between matter and energy. : 3
---- Summarize the relationship between force, work, and power. : 3
---- Differentiate between the Fahrenheit, Celsius, Rankine, and Kelvin temperature scales. : 3
---- Use the appropriate formulas to calculate enthalpy, specific enthalpy, and changes in heat for a given substance. : 3
---- Compare the radiation, convection, and conduction methods of heat transfer. : 3
---- Illustrate the differences between the three states of matter. : 3
---- Differentiate between sensible heat and latent heat. : 3
---- Predict the effect of a drop-in temperature or an increase in pressure on a saturated vapor. : 3
---- Summarize the relationships between mass, weight, and density. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Describe the effect on gas pressure and temperature when its volume is increased or decreased. : 3
---- Describe Pascal’s law and provide examples of it in the HVACR industry. : 3
---- Illustrate the effect of pressure and heat on the three states of matter. : 3
---- Differentiate between gauge pressure and absolute pressure. : 3
---- Understand how the concepts of Boyle’s law, Charles’ law, Gay-Lussac’s law, and the combined gas law explain the behavior of refrigerant in the operation of a mechanical refrigeration system. : 3
---- Describe Dalton’s law and explain how it can be applied to HVACR work. : 3
---- Explain the significance of saturated vapors in a refrigeration system. : 3
---- Describe how the processes of air exchange, pressure change, and state change provide a cooling effect. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Explain how phase changes are used in refrigeration systems to transfer heat. : 3
---- Describe how phase change is possible through pressure change or the addition or removal of heat. : 3
---- Summarize the four phases of the compression refrigeration cycle. : 3
---- Identify the components that divide the low and high sides of a compression refrigeration system. : 3
---- Understand the purpose of each of the components in a compression refrigeration system. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Explain how to use various hand tools. : 3
---- Select the appropriate hand tool for a specific task. : 3
---- Select the appropriate power tool for a specific task. : 3
---- Monitor temperature with various thermometers. : 3
---- Identify different types of fastening methods and devices. : 3
---- Compare cleaning methods and the use of various solvents. : 3
---- Identify basic supplies needed on a typical installation or service call. : 3
---- Follow approved safety procedures. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 2.5
---- Distinguish among the various types of tubing and piping used in refrigeration work. : 2.5
---- Explain the uses of the various types of tubing and piping in refrigeration work. : 2.5
---- Perform tube cutting and bending procedures using proper methods. : 2.5
---- Complete various tubing and piping connecting procedures using approved methods. : 2.5
---- Use safe and accepted soldering and brazing techniques. : 2.5
---- Follow approved safety procedures. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Recognize the effect of halogenated refrigerants on the ozone layer. : 3.5
---- Summarize Environmental Protection Agency regulations governing refrigerants. : 3.5
---- Differentiate between CFC, HCFC, HFC, and blended refrigerants. : 3.5
---- Identify refrigerants according to their series number and cylinder color code. : 3.5
---- Interpret pressure-temperature curves, pressure-enthalpy tables, and pressure-enthalpy diagrams. : 3.5
---- Summarize the properties and common applications of different refrigerants. : 3.5
---- Identify which types of refrigerants are compatible with which lubricants. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Distinguish between the different types of refrigerant cylinders and identify the proper use of each type. : 2.5
---- Identify the different kinds of pressure gauges and how they are used. : 2.5
---- Recognize the various types of service valves used on refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Understand the purpose, construction, and operation of a gauge manifold. : 2.5
---- List the types of leak detection methods and their advantages and disadvantages. : 2.5
---- Explain the purpose for using a vacuum pump. : 2.5
---- Describe the types of equipment used for refrigerant recovery and recycling. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Check refrigerant charge by determining a system’s superheat or sub-cooling. : 3.5
---- Implement both passive and active refrigerant recovery procedures. : 3.5
---- Charge a system with an inert gas to pressure test for leaks. : 3.5
---- Carry out refrigeration system leak repairs using either epoxy resin or brazing. : 3.5
---- Evacuate a refrigeration system using both deep vacuum and triple evacuation methods. : 3.5
---- Charge a specific amount of refrigerant into a system as either a liquid or vapor. : 3.5
---- Follow approved safety procedures when recovering and charging refrigerant. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 2
---- Identify the parts of an atom. : 2
---- Use Ohm’s law to explain the mathematical relationship among voltage, current, and resistance. : 2
---- Contrast the properties and applications of static electricity, direct current, and alternating current. : 2
---- Summarize the three types of materials used in electrical and electronic parts and systems. : 2
---- Design diagrams of series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits. : 2
---- Use formulas to calculate the voltage drop across an electrical load. : 2
---- List the components of an electromagnet and factors that affect the strength of its magnetic field. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Use mathematical formulas to calculate root mean square values, apparent power, and power factor. : 2
---- Summarize how resistance, inductive reactance, and capacitive reactance cause power loss and affect power factor in electrical circuits. : 2
---- Understand the difference between single-phase and three-phase power. : 2
---- Define a Class 2 circuit and identify the types of electrical connections an HVACR technician is permitted to make. : 2
---- Recall wire size terminology and connect wires using wire terminals and crimping. : 2
---- Explain the importance of properly grounding and bonding an electrical system. : 2
---- Describe the purpose and operation of various overcurrent protection devices used in circuits. : 2
---- Identify the different types and causes of common electrical problems. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Discuss how electrons and holes move through a semiconductor based on the principle of hole flow. : 2
---- Explain how forward biased and reverse biased diodes affect the flow of current in a circuit. : 2
---- Define a control circuit and distinguish between electronic and electrical devices used in a control circuit. : 2
---- Summarize the operation of various electronic semiconductor devices and how they are used in HVACR systems. : 2
---- Understand the purpose of microprocessors and computers in HVACR. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 3
---- Identify the basic parts of a motor. : 3
---- Explain how a motor operates based on the codependent relationship of magnetism and electricity. : 3
---- Calculate a motor’s synchronous speed and explain how it is different than the motor’s full-load speed. : 3
---- Compare how motor windings and capacitors are used to start single-phase motors. : 3
---- Summarize the different starting and running characteristics of various single-phase motors. : 3
---- Understand the structure and basic operation of a three-phase motor. : 3
---- Identify the differences between electronically commutated motors and ac motors. : 3
---- Select the proper motor for an application by analyzing standard motor data found on motor nameplates. : 3
---- Identify the different applications of motors in HVACR systems. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Understand the difference between pictorial and ladder circuit diagrams. : 3
---- Describe how range and differential adjustments are used to calibrate temperature and pressure controls. : 3
---- Identify the various types of temperature-sensing devices used in motor controls. : 3
---- Compare the operation of various electromagnetic and electronic motor starting relays. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3.5
---- Use different testing instruments to measure electrical variables in a circuit : 3.5
---- Test motor winding insulation using a megohmmeter and perform maintenance based on the measured resistance. : 3.5
---- Determine the cause of motor trouble by checking a motor’s current draw, start and run capacitors, and internal temperature. : 3.5
---- Measure a three-phase motor’s voltage and winding resistance to test it for single phasing. : 3.5
---- Use an ohmmeter to take measurements on a hermetic compressor motor and determine whether it has a shorted winding, an open winding, or a short to ground. : 3.5
---- Start a stuck hermetic compressor motor by connecting a hard start kit to the compressor terminals. : 3.5
---- Service fan motors by identifying connection problems, fan problems, and electronically commutated motor trouble codes. : 3.5
---- Properly lubricate motor bearings and install belts connecting external motors to belt-driven units. : 3.5
---- Troubleshoot and replace faulty control system components, such as thermostats and motor starting relays. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Summarize the design differences between open-drive compressors, fully hermetic compressors, and semi-hermetic compressors. : 2.5
---- Identify the components of a reciprocating piston compressor and summarize their functions. : 2.5
---- Understand how a Scotch yoke type of reciprocating compressor works. : 2.5
---- Explain how a rotary compressor works. : 2.5
---- Summarize the differences between rotating vane and stationary blade rotary compressors. : 2.5
---- Understand how a scroll compressor works. : 2.5
---- Explain how a screw compressor works. : 2.5
---- Identify the components of a centrifugal compressor and summarize their functions. : 2.5
---- Identify and explain the purpose of compressor cooling and lubrication systems, mufflers, and crankcase heaters. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 2
---- Explain ideal compressor operating conditions and requirements. : 2
---- Describe the use and operation of compressor protection devices, such as overcurrent protection devices, overload devices, crankcase pressure regulators, discharge line pressure switches, and discharge line thermostats. : 2
---- Explain the role an accumulator plays in a system and how it accomplishes its purpose. : 2
---- Understand the components that maintain proper oil and refrigerant flow to the compressor. : 2
---- Explain the operation of oil separators, oil reservoirs, oil level regulators, and oil safety control. : 2
---- Summarize the purpose of vibration absorbers and the techniques for installing them. : 2
---- Explain the purpose and operation of crankcase heaters. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Summarize the purpose of metering devices. : 4
---- Categorize metering devices as modulating or fixed. : 4
---- Summarize the design and function of capillary tube and fixed-orifice metering devices. : 4
---- Explain the design and function of common types of thermostatic expansion valves (TXVs). : 4
---- Summarize the design and function of automatic expansion valves (AXVs). : 4
---- Explain the design and function of common types of electronic expansion valves (EEVs). : 4
---- Understand the differences between high-side float (HSF) refrigerant controls and low-side float (LSF) refrigerant controls. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 3
---- Compare and contrast air-cooling and liquid-cooling evaporators. : 3
---- Explain the construction of fin-and-tube, plate, and microchannel evaporators. : 3
---- Compare and contrast domestic, air-conditioning, and commercial refrigeration evaporators. : 3
---- Summarize the operation of evaporator defrost controls and defrosting methods. : 3
---- Describe the different types of water-cooled condensers. : 3
---- Explain the modes of operation of evaporative condensers. : 3
---- Compare and contrast domestic, air-conditioning, and commercial refrigeration condensers. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Explain the two primary functions of refrigerant loop components. : 3
---- Describe the purpose and uses of liquid receivers. : 3
---- Differentiate between the distinct duties of filters and driers. : 3
---- Explain the function of suction line and liquid line filter-driers. : 3
---- Explain how sight glasses can be used to indicate the amount of moisture in a refrigeration system. : 3
---- Describe the operation and use of refrigerant line valves, shutoff valves, service valves, check valves, solenoid valves, hot-gas defrost valves, hot-gas bypass valves, and liquid injection valves. : 3
---- Explain the operation and purpose of crankcase pressure regulators (CPRs). : 3
---- Compare the operation of the different types of evaporator pressure regulators (EPRs). : 3
---- Compare and contrast the different types of relief valves available. : 3
---- Describe the different head pressure control valves and condenser arrangements and explain how they operate to maintain head pressure. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Summarize the differences between domestic refrigeration systems and commercial refrigeration systems. : 3
---- Recall the causes of food spoilage and explain how domestic refrigeration systems minimize spoilage. : 3
---- Summarize the operation of an automatic defrost system in a frost-free freezer. : 3
---- Illustrate airflow patterns in top, bottom, and side-by-side refrigerator-freezer units. : 3
---- Explain how refrigerator and freezer cabinets are constructed. : 3
---- Identify the features of gaskets used in refrigerator and freezer doors. : 3
---- Identify available and innovative refrigeration and freezer units. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Explain the function of the basic components in a domestic compression refrigerator-freezer. : 3
---- Understand how common cooling controls maintain the desired conditions inside a domestic refrigerator-freezer. : 3
---- Describe how dampers are used to control temperatures in frozen food and fresh food compartments of a domestic refrigerator-freezer. : 3
---- Understand the operation of common defrost systems used in domestic refrigerator-freezers. : 3
---- Explain the purpose of condensation controls in domestic refrigerator-freezers and describe their operation. : 3
---- Describe the methods used to control conditions inside crispers and humidity-controlled drawers. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 2.5
---- Check domestic compression refrigerators for proper installation. : 2.5
---- Use the proper procedure for starting a domestic refrigerator-freezer. : 2.5
---- Interpret common symptoms of system malfunction. : 2.5
---- Use proper procedures to test a domestic refrigerator-freezer’s auxiliary circuits. : 2.5
---- Explain the use of piercing valves, pinching tools, and valve adapters. : 2.5
---- Interpret temperature and pressure conditions inside a refrigeration system to determine points of failure. : 2.5
---- Summarize common symptoms of internal component failure and their possible causes. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Apply the proper techniques to clean a condenser and compressor in a domestic refrigerator. : 3.5
---- Explain the steps required to prepare a domestic refrigerator or freezer for internal service. : 3.5
---- Summarize the steps required to return a domestic refrigerator or freezer to service after a motor burnout. : 3.5
---- Apply the proper procedure to remove and replace a compressor in a domestic refrigerator or freezer. : 3.5
---- Use the proper procedures to repair leaks in condensers and evaporators. : 3.5
---- Apply the proper procedures to clean or replace a capillary tube. : 3.5
---- Summarize the procedure for selecting, removing, and installing filter-driers. : 3.5
---- Compare the different methods of charging a small hermetic refrigeration system. : 3.5
---- Summarize different methods of calibrating, testing, and adjusting thermostatic controls in refrigerator-freezers. : 3.5
---- Explain considerations to take when removing system components from a cabinet. : 3.5
---- Summarize the steps required to properly discard or store a domestic refrigerator or freezer. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 3
---- Understand the concepts of climate and weather. : 3
---- Summarize the purpose of air-conditioning systems. : 3
---- Identify the layers of the atmosphere and the primary components of air. : 3
---- Understand the relationships between humidity, relative humidity, and dew point. : 3
---- Use a hygrometer to measure moisture in the air. : 3
---- Differentiate between wet-bulb and dry-bulb temperatures. : 3
---- Explain the principles of psychometry and the use of psychrometric charts. : 3
---- Summarize the range of air conditions that fall within the human comfort range. : 3
---- Understand how air movement affects human comfort. : 3
---- Use anemometers, pitot tubes, and manometers to measure air velocity. : 3
---- Identify external factors that affect indoor air conditions. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Identify the agencies and standards that regulate indoor air quality. : 3
---- Categorize indoor air pollutants as solid or gas pollutants and provide examples of each. : 3
---- Recall the factors that affect indoor air quality. : 3
---- Recognize the main sources of pollutants that adversely affect residential and commercial indoor air quality. : 3
---- Summarize the processes used to assess residential and commercial indoor air quality. : 3
---- Summarize the steps that can be taken to prevent indoor air quality problems. : 3
---- Differentiate between sick building syndrome, building-related illness, and multiple-chemical sensitivity. : 3
---- Compare the different types of air filters available. : 3
---- Summarize the different air cleaning methods used to improve indoor air quality. : 3
---- Explain the operation and maintenance of ultraviolet air treatment system. : 3
---- Differentiate between heat recovery ventilators (HRVs) and energy recovery ventilators (ERVs). : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 4
---- Recall the properties of air that affect air distribution system design or installation. : 4
---- Categorize air circulation systems. : 4
---- Determine the basic ventilation requirements for a given space. : 4
---- Identify the basic types of air duct systems. : 4
---- Explain the relationships between air distribution and duct sizing and design. : 4
---- Understand the procedure for correctly sizing ducts. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Recall the various methods for checking airflow and air leakage. : 2
---- Explain how to identify, isolate, and correct duct noise problems. : 2
---- Use proper equipment and techniques to clean a duct system. : 2
---- Apply knowledge of airflow to balance a duct system. : 2
---- Recall methods of removing odors from the air. : 2
---- Summarize periodic maintenance tasks that must be performed on fans. : 2
---- Explain procedures for inspecting and servicing various types of air filters. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2.5
---- Explain the purpose of comfort cooling systems. : 2.5
---- Describe the cooling and dehumidifying process of an air-conditioning system and show the relationship of dry-bulb temperature, moisture content, and relative humidity on a psychrometric chart. : 2.5
---- Summarize the characteristics of window and wall-mounted room air conditioners. : 2.5
---- Install and service window and wall-mounted room air conditioners. : 2.5
---- Discuss the operation and application of packaged terminal air conditioners and console air conditioners. : 2.5
---- Identify the characteristics and uses of portable air conditioners. : 2.5
---- Explain the operation, components, and arrangement of ductless split systems. : 2.5
---- Install and service ductless split systems. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Identify the characteristics of a central air-conditioning system. : 3.5
---- Explain the differences between unitary and field-erected air-conditioning systems. : 3.5
---- Identify the characteristics of a split air-conditioning system. : 3.5
---- Identify the types of controls commonly used in central air-conditioning systems. : 3.5
---- Summarize the steps required to install central air-conditioning. : 3.5
---- Identify the areas of a central air-conditioning system that must be periodically inspected. : 3.5
---- Explain the tasks that must be completed as part of central air-conditioning system service. : 3.5
---- Understand the operation of variable refrigerant flow (VRF) as it is used in residential heating and cooling systems. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 4
---- Summarize the features of rooftop units and packaged outdoor air-conditioning units. : 4
---- Identify the types of controls commonly used in commercial air-conditioning systems. : 4
---- Explain how variable refrigerant flow is incorporated into commercial air-conditioning applications. : 4
---- Explain the basic operation of a chiller system. : 4
---- Compare the different types of compressors that can be used in chiller systems. : 4
---- Explain the basic function and operation of a cooling tower. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Explain the absorption refrigeration cycle and process. : 2
---- Identify the heat sources that can be used to operate an absorption air-conditioning system. : 2
---- Summarize the operation of residential and commercial absorption chillers. : 2
---- Compare direct-fired and indirect fired absorption systems. : 2
---- Understand the difference between single-effect and double-effect absorption chillers. : 2
---- Explain the differences in operation between ammonia and lithium bromide absorption systems. : 2
---- Understand how multiple absorption units can be combined in a multiple unit load system. : 2
---- Summarize the energy efficiency advantages of an absorption air-conditioning system. : 2
---- Explain the basic concepts behind evaporative cooling. : 2
---- Understand how a roof pond works. : 2
---- Summarize the function of a roof mist cooling system. : 2
---- Summarize the steps involved in absorption cooling system service. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Understand the basics of relative humidity (rh), moisture content in the air, and the effect of dry-bulb temperature on humidity levels. : 2
---- Summarize the design and operation of a typical dehumidifier. : 2
---- Understand the steps involved in humidifier installation and service. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Describe how a thermostat can function in different roles in HVACR systems. : 4
---- Explain the operating principles of different temperature-reactive components and the switching components used in thermostats. : 4
---- List the features and options available in modern thermostats. : 4
---- Understand the differences among heating, cooling, combination, and multistage thermostats. : 4
---- Understand the purpose and operation of anticipators in thermostats. : 4
---- Summarize the operations and applications of line-voltage, low-voltage, and millivolt thermostats. : 4
---- Identify and explain the operation of line-voltage thermostats. : 4
---- Explain the operation of low-voltage thermostats. : 4
---- Understand the use and operation of millivolt thermostats in standing-pilot heating systems. : 4
---- Explain the use and operation of wireless and power-stealing thermostats. : 4
---- Program and set up a programmable thermostat. : 4
---- Identify thermostat wiring terminals by their letters. : 4
---- Arrange free cooling through the use of an air-side economizer in a forced-air HVAC system. : 4
---- Evaluate a building to determine suitable locations for thermostats and remote sensing devices. : 4
---- Diagnose an HVAC system that is not operating properly by using its thermostat. : 4
---- Diagnose a high current draw on a step-down transformer used with a low-voltage thermostat. : 4
---- Understand the operation and purpose of the various components used in a forced-air zoned system. : 4
---- Troubleshoot forced-air zoned system that is not operating properly. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- Understand the principles of heat loss and heat gain. : 4
---- Compare the sources of heat loads for heating and heat loads for cooling. : 4
---- Explain the relationship between a material’s K-value, C-value, U-value, and R-value and the rate at which heat is transferred through the material. : 4
---- Summarize the use of indoor and outdoor design temperatures in calculating heat loads. : 4
---- Understand the relationship between surface area and heat transfer rate. : 4
---- Compare the techniques for finding a building component’s heat transfer rate using the component’s C-values, K-values, U-value, and R-values. : 4
---- Explain how heat load calculations differ depending on whether the building is built on a basement, a slab, or a crawl space. : 4
---- Understand infiltration and exfiltration and explain their effects on heat load. : 4
---- Summarize the effect of sunlight on cooling loads and methods of reducing sun loads. : 4
---- Understand heat lag and its effect on heat loads. : 4
---- Identify miscellaneous smaller heat loads within a building that affect the calculation of total heating or cooling loads. : 4
---- Use a worksheet or computer program to properly calculate total heating and cooling loads for a building. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Identify the basic components of a forced-air heating system and explain their functions. : 2
---- Understand the difference between a condensing and a noncondensing furnace. : 2
---- Describe the different types of indoor blower and combustion blower arrangements. : 2
---- Compare and contrast upflow, downflow, and horizontal furnaces. : 2
---- Summarize the operation of two-stage furnaces and modulating furnaces. : 2
---- Explain how makeup air units improve system efficiency and prevent negative pressure from developing in a house. : 2
---- Understand how blower function can be controlled using time-delay controls and thermostatic controls. : 2
---- Summarize the design and purpose of unit heaters. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 3.5
---- List the basic components of a hydronic system and explain their functions. : 3.5
---- Explain the purpose of hydronic system water treatment. : 3.5
---- Describe the different types of hydronic system designs. : 3.5
---- Summarize the different methods for installing radiant heating systems. : 3.5
---- Identify various controls used in hydronic systems and explain their functions. : 3.5
---- Perform regular maintenance and service on a steam heating system. : 3.5
---- Explain how to balance a hydronic system and prepare it for initial start-up. : 3.5
---- Troubleshoot boiler and water circulation problems in a hydronic system. : 3.5
---- List the steps required to purge series loop systems, one-pipe systems, and zoned systems. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Describe the basic operation of a heat pump in heating mode and in cooling mode. : 2.5
---- Summarize the difference between ground-source heat pumps and air-source heat pumps. : 2.5
---- Identify a heat pump system’s principal components. : 2.5
---- Explain how a reversing valve operates and how it controls the direction of refrigerant flow through a heat pump. : 2.5
---- Compare and contrast different types of coils and loops used in heat pump systems. : 2.5
---- List two common methods used to defrost heat pumps. : 2.5
---- Understand how auxiliary heat is used in conjunction with heat pumps. : 2.5
---- Summarize how heat pumps can be combined with solar heating systems. : 2.5
---- Perform routine maintenance and service on heat pump systems. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Identify the components necessary for and products of combustion. : 3.5
---- Understand how the ratio of air to fuel affects combustion efficiency. : 3.5
---- Describe the differences in design between medium-efficiency and high-efficiency gas furnaces. : 3.5
---- Classify the different types of materials used for chimneys and flue pipes. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 3
---- Summarize the basic operation of an oil furnace. : 3
---- Identify the characteristics of fuel oil. : 3
---- Perform several tests to check the combustion efficiency of an oil-fired heating system. : 3
---- Compare the advantages and disadvantages of using a one-pipe or two-pipe fuel delivery system. : 3
---- Describe the functions of different fuel line components. : 3
---- Identify oil burner components and explain their purposes. : 3
---- Explain how stack relays and cad cell relays are used to detect the presence of a flame. : 3
---- Describe the difference between interrupted and intermittent ignition. : 3
---- Define the various functions of a primary control unit. : 3
---- Follow code requirements for installing fuel lines and storage tanks for an oil-fired heating system. : 3
---- Bleed an oil-fired heating system’s fuel lines and perform other routine maintenance and service procedures. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Identify the advantages and disadvantages of electric heating systems compared to combustion heating systems. : 3
---- Calculate an electric heating system’s heat production when given the system’s wattage or voltage and amperage values. : 3
---- Describe the three types of electric heating elements. : 3
---- List examples and applications of convection electric heating systems. : 3
---- Compare and contrast direct and indirect radiant heating systems. : 3
---- Explain the purpose of sequencers and different contactors used in electric heating systems and how they function. : 3
---- Describe the operation of airflow and safety control devices in electric heating systems. : 3
---- Explain how controls are used in electric baseboard heating and some of their requirements. : 3
---- Install, maintain, test, and troubleshoot electric heating systems. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Understand the nature of solar energy. : 3
---- Compare flat-plate collectors, evacuated tube collectors, and concentrating collectors. : 3
---- Characterize passive, active, and hybrid solar energy systems. : 3
---- Describe the operation of air-based and liquid-based solar heating systems. : 3
---- Recall applications for solar heating systems. : 3
---- Explain how solar heating can be combined with various supplemental heating sources. : 3
---- Describe how solar energy is converted to electricity. : 3
---- Explain the operating principles of sensible and latent thermal energy storage. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 4
---- Identify factors affecting heat gain, heat loss, and building energy consumption. : 4
---- Explain the purpose of a building control system. : 4
---- Understand the energy audit process. : 4
---- Describe the three general types of building system controllers. : 4
---- Explain the purpose of building control protocols, such as BACnet. : 4
---- Summarize principles of control system diagnostics and repair. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Explain how the construction of a building relates to its heating and cooling efficiency. : 2
---- Describe how the degree-day method can be used to estimate heating and cooling costs. : 2
---- Differentiate among the various efficiency ratings used to evaluate furnaces, air conditioners, and heat pumps. : 2
---- List individual components that can be changed or added to an existing HVAC system to increase energy efficiency. : 2
---- Describe alternative systems and solutions that may be used to increase energy conservation. : 2
---- Explain the role of the HVACR technician in energy conservation. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 3.5
---- Recognize the types of commercial refrigeration systems and their applications. : 3.5
---- Explain how and why ice banks are used in certain refrigeration systems. : 3.5
---- Describe the two types of water coolers. : 3.5
---- Describe the different types of evaporators in commercial ice machines. : 3.5
---- List some of the industrial applications of refrigeration systems. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Identify the different types of refrigerant metering devices, evaporators, compressors, and condensers used in transportation refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Summarize the operation of various expendable refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Explain how thermoelectric couples produce heating and cooling using electricity. : 2.5
---- Summarize the operation of vortex tubes, steam jet systems, and refrigerant jet systems. : 2.5
---- Describe the operation of a basic Sterling refrigeration system. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Explain the difference between packaged and split commercial refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Understand the operation and purpose of various components used in sophisticated commercial refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Identify applications for multiple-evaporator systems. : 2.5
---- Summarize the different methods of achieving variable capacity in modulating refrigeration systems. : 2.5
---- Explain the refrigeration cycle in compound and cascade systems. : 2.5
---- Describe the purpose and operation of secondary loop refrigeration systems. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3
---- Understand the relationship between total heat load, service heat load, and heat leakage load. : 3
---- Compute a system’s heat leakage load. : 3
---- Calculate a system’s service heat load manually and by using manufacturer’s tables. : 3
---- Use heat leakage load, service heat load, and all applicable miscellaneous heat loads to calculate a system’s total heat load. : 3
---- Compute the total heat load for a water cooler. : 3
---- Summarize the thermodynamic principles at work in the basic refrigeration cycle. : 3
---- Identify the various lines on a pressure-enthalpy diagram. : 3
---- Interpret the graphs of different refrigeration cycles on pressure-enthalpy diagrams. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 2
---- Identify the factors that affect compressor sizing. : 2
---- Calculate a compressor’s required capacity based on its total heat load and operating cycle. : 2
---- Summarize the factors that affect the heat transfer rates of evaporators and condensers. : 2
---- Use tables from manufacturers to size compressors, condensers, and evaporators. : 2
---- List the basic criteria that must be considered when sizing refrigerant lines. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Summarize some of the basic regulations found in most codes. : 2
---- Identify procedures for locating and mounting condensing units and evaporators. : 2
---- Determine where to mount thermostatic expansion valve sensing bulbs based on suction line tubing size. : 2
---- Install various components, such as valves, filter-driers, and sight glasses, along refrigerant lines. : 2
---- Properly mount and install open-drive compressor motors and also hermetic compressors. : 2
---- Test a refrigeration installation for leaks by using leak detection devices, a standing pressure test, and a standing vacuum test. : 2
---- Charge a system with refrigerant using either the low-side method or the high-side method. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 3
---- Recognize the effects of an undercharged refrigeration system. : 3
---- Recognize the effects of an overcharged refrigeration system. : 3
---- Recognize the effects of non-condensable in a refrigeration system. : 3
---- Identify causes of suction line pressure drop. : 3
---- Summarize the effects of having moisture in a refrigeration system. : 3
---- Check a commercial refrigeration system’s refrigerant charge. : 3
---- Differentiate among the different causes of high head pressure. : 3
---- Analyze a refrigeration system that runs continuously to determine its root cause. : 3
---- Evaluate a refrigeration system that produces little or no cooling. : 3
---- Analyze a refrigeration system that will not run to determine its root cause. : 3
---- Troubleshoot basic problems in ice machines. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 2.5
---- Test the components of a system to determine what causes it to short cycle. : 2.5
---- Identify and distinguish the various causes of abnormal noises created by commercial refrigeration systems before implementing a remedy. : 2.5
---- Identify restrictions and pressure drops in various inline components using a temperature survey. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 3.5
---- Properly pump down or move the refrigerant charge for system service. : 3.5
---- Perform atmospheric balancing (pressure equalizing) before opening a system to atmosphere for service. : 3.5
---- Safely remove a compressor from a system for replacement. : 3.5
---- Safely replace an external electric motor. : 3.5
---- Safely service a refrigeration system with a motor burnout in a hermetic compressor. : 3.5
---- Add refrigerant oil to a refrigerant system using several different methods. : 3.5
---- Safely remove, repair, and install air-cooled and water-cooled condensers. : 3.5
---- Diagnose and repair or replace water valves. : 3.5
---- Perform basic cooling tower maintenance. : 3.5
---- Remove, repair, and install expansion valves. : 3.5
---- Adjust the setting of a thermostatic expansion valve (TXV). : 3.5
---- Diagnose, repair, install, and adjust evaporator pressure regulators (EPRs) and hot-gas valves. : 3.5
---- Remove and replace service valves and solenoid valves. : 3.5
New Hours 3.5






#7411 Chimney Sweep



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 40
---- : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 60
---- : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction








#7409 Heating-Ventilation-Air Conditioning – Refrigeration (HVACR) Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- Use and care of tools : 325
---- Test and measurement devices : 325
---- Types and sizes of piping, tubing, and fittings : 325
---- Introduction to refrigeration system components : 325
---- Safety procedures and first aid : 325
---- Equipment records and reports : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 525
---- Cut, thread, flare, bend, and shape piping and tubing : 525
---- Install fittings : 525
---- Solder, braze, and tin fittings and components : 525
---- Care and use of oxy-acetylene and air-acetylene torches : 525
---- Silver and soft soldering : 525
New Hours 525
Total Hours 1550
---- Electrical supply lines and cables : 1550
---- Electrical connections : 1550
---- Water service lines : 1550
---- Air supply lines : 1550
---- Steam lines : 1550
---- Steam return lines : 1550
---- Steam traps and strainers : 1550
---- Pressure reduction, expansion, evaporator, stop valves : 1550
---- Suction and discharge lines : 1550
---- Gauges : 1550
---- Dehydrators : 1550
---- Filters and strainers : 1550
---- Controls : 1550
New Hours 1550
Total Hours 900
---- Install condensers : 900
---- Prepare compressor and motor bases : 900
---- Install and align compressors and motors : 900
---- Install evaporators and other cooling coils : 900
---- Install and align centrifugal pumps and bases : 900
---- Safe equipment moving - slings, lines, blocks and falls, chain hoists, rollers, dollies, and skids : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 1100
---- Troubleshoot field systems : 1100
---- Test pressure, flow, etc. : 1100
---- Check liquid levels : 1100
---- Check repair leaks (refrigerants, liquids) : 1100
---- Purge, dehydrate, and charge systems : 1100
---- Repair, align, and adjust fans and blower sections : 1100
---- Align pulleys, bearing blocks, belt tension : 1100
New Hours 1100
Total Hours 2850
---- Disassemble and clean, repair, perform shop tests and run-in compressors : 2850
---- Repair, pressure test, dehydrate evaporators : 2850
---- Repair, acidize condensers, and roll condenser tubes : 2850
---- Remove, replace, disassemble, test, clean, calibrate, and renew defective parts on controls of all types including: pneumatic, electrical, electro-pneumatic, thermostatic, humidity, pressure, vacuum : 2850
New Hours 2850
Total Hours 300
---- Demand controlled ventilation : 300
---- Dedicated outdoor air systems—conditioning outdoor makeup air separately from indoor return air. : 300
---- Displacement ventilation—uses a low velocity stream of fresh, cold air at floor level to displace stale air near the ceiling : 300
---- Electronically commutated motors—variable-speed HVACR Blower : 300
---- Energy recovery ventilation (ERV)—captures energy from exhausted air and uses it to precondition incoming makeup air. : 300
---- Zero-degree heat pumps : 300
---- Duct sealing : 300
---- Adaptive logic control—adapting to HVACR systems with a wide range of operating states. : 300
---- Desiccant dehumidification—absorbs moisture with a liquid desiccant solution and then evaporates it using heat. : 300
---- Micro channel heat exchangers : 300
---- Micro environments—create a virtual zone for occupant environmental control. : 300
---- Thermal energy storage—provides cooling capacity by extracting heat from storage material, such as ice or chilled water. : 300
---- Chilled beam cooling—uses natural convection and radiative heat transfer. : 300
---- Adjustable speed drives (ASD) reducing motor speed to accommodate varying HVACR loads. : 300
---- Variable flow volume (VFV) systems—are ductless systems with multiple compressors to provide part-load performance and zoned temperature control. : 300
New Hours 300

Technical Instruction








#7407 Commercial and Industrial Designers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7408 Wireless Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Currently there are 10 hour courses that are tailored to telecommunications work. These 10 hour courses are the primary means to be used. However, until such a time as the TIRAP Board is able to work with OSHA to have a new 500 course in place, we will be recognizing a construction-based 10 hour course. Knowledge of wireless site safety is critical in understanding how to perform work on company assets. This course will provide the information and knowledge to ensure a safe work environment. Apprentices will receive a card showing they have completed the course. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Each Apprentice must be trained in the inspection, care and use of PPE for the particular SOW and hazards addressed through their use. While the Apprentice is being trained in PPE inspection, care and use, they are to be under direct supervision of an on-the-job mentor at all times, enabling them to draw on the competencies of the on-the-job mentor as they develop experience in the inspection, care, and proper use of PPE. Examples of PPE used by an Apprentice include: hard hat, proper footwear, eye/face protection, hearing protection, and fall protection equipment. This list is not exclusive or exhaustive as the SOW may require the supervisory, on-the-job mentor to engage other types of engineering controls or safety measures. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- This course is recognized as completed as long as it meets or exceeds the requirements of the American Red Cross or American Heart Association. The Apprentice must achieve certification in accord with at least one of these two programs. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- This course is designed to enable the Apprentice to have an understanding of the RF-related hazards and the ability to understand basic antenna types, RF patterns and potential for exposure. Apprentice(s) will also be trained in the use of a RF meter along with the bands that it is designed to monitor. Testing shall be both a written exam and demonstration of the proper use of an RF monitor. This training shall meet or exceed the requirements of all current Federal Communications Commission-Office of Engineering and Technology (FCC OET) Bulletins with regards to Human Exposure levels. This course will also cover the fundamental science, exposure and protection methods concerning electromagnetic frequency (EMF) and electrostatic discharge (ESD) safety. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- This course is designed to teach basic electrical skills, AC and DC power distribution systems, power safety procedures, generator and battery operations, testing and maintenance. The Apprentice will also learn the fundamentals of Grounding Safety Standard Installation to include general grounding theory, types of grounding, components, surge protection, ground resistance measurements etc. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- A primary goal is that the Apprentice understands the necessity of the project SOW comprehension and the subsequent jobsite hazards the SOW could expose the Apprentice or other crew member to as a part of performing the SOW. Apprentice must be able to communicate the hazards outlined in a JHA and identify the means necessary to abate the hazard and/or PPE use required to protect against these hazards. The Apprentice will also understand company and vendor accident reporting procedures. Proper planning allows for quality work in an efficient manner, and it is through this planning that the Apprentice will be able to ensure safety for themselves as well as the other members of the team. Testing will involve written exams requiring the Apprentice to demonstrate their understanding of the jobsite hazards and appropriate steps to mitigate those hazards. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Telephony fundamentals and telecommunication industry overview :
---- Circuit types, circuit switched and fiber optic networks :
---- General telephony equipment including Digital Signal Cross-Connect (DSX) bays/chassis/panels, Channel Service Units/Data Service Units (CSU/DSU) repeater systems, smart jacks, Bit Error Rate Testers (BERT), etc. :
---- Understanding and knowledge of backhaul technologies and testing procedures :
---- Ability to learn Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) products as technology evolves :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Data communication/transmission fundamentals and industry overview :
---- Networking basics, equipment and LAN/WAN architecture :
---- IP protocol stack, networking fundamentals, IP addressing, mobile IP :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Wireless communication fundamentals and specifics of current and proposed U.S. wireless systems :
---- Elements of radio system design, interference, cell coverage, frequency management and channel assignment :
---- Call processing, propagation loss, multipath fading and methods of reducing fades, error correction requirements and techniques, modulation methods, microcell issues, etc. :
---- Introduction to Long Term Evolution (LTE) and VoLTE (Voice over LTE) Systems :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- The theory of microwave technology and radio systems :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Types of multiplexing including analog, time-division multiplexing (TDM), code division multiple access (CDMA) and others :
---- Operation and maintenance of transmission line pressurization systems :
---- Distributed Antenna System (DAS) fundamentals and components :
---- The Apprentice will learn about the work practices to be used during the operation and maintenance of electric power generation, transmission, and distribution facilities. The standard includes requirements relating to enclosed spaces, hazardous energy control, working near energized parts, grounding for employee protection, work on underground and overhead installations, line-clearance tree trimming, work in substations and generating plants, and other special conditions and equipment unique to the generation, transmission, and distribution of electric energy. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Antenna, base transceiver stations (BTS), DAS/small cell components and associated network elements :
---- Single/multi-mode fiber and coaxial cable to include RF interconnects, cable terminations and fusion splicing :
---- T1/IP cross connects, circuit commissioning/decommissioning, CSU/DSU provisioning :
---- Install, terminate and test RF interconnecting cabling :
---- RF Meter usage :
---- Perform equipment installation inspection, power up, and acceptance testing :
---- Read and understand technical manuals to determine equipment which meets established requirements :
---- Understand electro static discharge (ESD) safety and equipment protection procedures :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Provide daily preventive maintenance of wireless site equipment including small cells, macro sites, DAS systems and Wi-Fi hubs :
---- Perform system testing for network outages and integrity using scanners, spectrum analyzers, and other electronic test equipment :
---- Understand, interpret and calibrate results for test equipment such as T1/IP, power, conductivity and earth ground resistivity meters, and smart clocks/frequency counters :
---- CDMA system functionality (forward, reverse, paging channel , power control, soft hand-off, capacity), call processing and sequencing, message flow, and critical/sub states :
---- CDMA communications system analyzers and testing measurements: carrier feed through, average and channel power, timing and phase, pilot time offset, error vector magnitude (EVM) and RF overlay :
---- Conduct antenna and cable sweep testing and analysis :
---- Maintain and inspect test equipment, tools and supplies for continuous use :
---- Perform scheduled and on-demand maintenance routines :
---- Understand tower lighting system operations and management :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Locate, test, adjust, repair and replace malfunctioning and inoperative equipment :
---- Use troubleshooting techniques to identify, isolate and resolve network anomalies and failures :
---- Use troubleshooting techniques to identify, isolate and resolve hardware/software and air interface malfunctions utilizing multiple test equipment on various products and technologies :
---- Respond to and resolve T1/IP, microwave and network alarms and outages :
---- RF sweep testing and PIM monitoring :
---- Ethernet backhaul testing (IPBH) :
---- Data capture and packet analysis :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Perform general physical security and routine site/grounds inspections :
---- Check and verify environmental settings; report and/or remedy issues :
---- Proactively help to ensure complete physical security of all wireless elements :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Comply with standard operating procedures and policies :
---- Understand and follow safety and escalation procedures :
---- Document and record daily activities and events using BTS logs with accuracy and completeness :
---- Utilize appropriate cell site software/systems to provide and obtain necessary information and reports :
---- Accommodate changes in work schedule (expediting new sites, outages, site integration changes, project delays, etc.) :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- All material must be handled appropriately. Size, weight and structure of materials will require different methods and equipment as appropriate, to handle safely. The Apprentice will also be trained in the proper storage of materials. Due to the remote nature of the work sites it is important that the Apprentice be instructed in the requirements that some materials are weather sensitive, some are prone to theft and some could be blown away and create damage or loss. Transporting materials is a daily consideration in telecommunications so the Apprentice must also learn proper loading and tie down of various types of materials. It is important for the Apprentice to understand and come to competency through on the job experience. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Machinery :
---- Transportation and operation of specific wireless site machinery/equipment :
---- Hand Tools :
---- ESD, diagnostic and testing tools :
---- Ladders :
---- Non-conductive standard, step and extension ladders :
---- Information Systems :
---- Company and vendor asset, network operations and trouble ticketing systems :
New Hours






#7406 Boat Builder (Composite)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 90
---- Apply health and safety in the workplace : 90
---- Demonstrate knowledge of composite in the workplace : 90
New Hours 90
Total Hours 220
---- Select, use, maintain hand tools and portable power tools : 220
---- Operate simple and complex mechanical plant composite equipment : 220
---- Demonstrate knowledge of gelcoat application equipment : 220
New Hours 220
Total Hours 320
---- Communicate effectively with colleagues, management, & customers : 320
---- Describe care and timelines as an employee : 320
---- Manage self and organize others in a team project : 320
---- Make a work schedule for a composite project : 320
---- Demonstrate knowledge of composite project internal control : 320
New Hours 320
Total Hours 60
---- Identify and explain the causes and prevention of material deterioration : 60
---- Demonstrate knowledge of timber and adhesives used in boat building : 60
---- Demonstrate knowledge of composite technology : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 60
---- Apply environmentally sustainable work practices and principles in composite : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 525
---- Perform Measurements and cost calculations for composite projects : 525
---- Produce scale drawings of boat surfaces from corrected offsets : 525
---- Demonstrate knowledge of composite construction drawings and produce freehand sketch : 525
---- Loft a hull and loft full sized decks and superstructures : 525
---- Produce a half-model of a small craft scale : 525
---- Apply Knowledge & application of construction costs & contracts to composite production : 525
---- Interpret and apply assembly drawings : 525
New Hours 525
Total Hours 3835
---- Touch-up and restore gelcoat : 3835
---- Produce composite products using different techniques and processes : 3835
---- Prepare materials and equipment to produce composite products : 3835
---- Produce an open mold from plug or pattern for composites : 3835
---- Repair damaged or faulty composites : 3835
---- Deposit composite materials by spray or chopper gun and prepare fiber reinforced composite for surface coating : 3835
---- Prepare fiber reinforced composite for surface coating : 3835
---- Deposit a polyester gelcoat by hand for composites : 3835
---- Provide for and attach fixtures, Fitting, and fasteners in composites : 3835
---- Install internal & external boat fittings and boat electrical systems : 3835
---- Install exterior boat joinery, modules, components, and boat tankage system : 3835
---- Demonstrate knowledge of electrical & electronic applications in boat building : 3835
---- Demonstrate Knowledge of insulation and install insulation in boats : 3835
---- Lift, support, and move boats and components : 3835
---- Demonstrate Knowledge of adhesives used in composites : 3835
---- Prepare fiber-reinforced composite substrates for surface coatings : 3835
---- Lift, support, and secure large composite components safely : 3835
---- Finish product specification for composites : 3835
---- Produce resin item to finished product specifications for composites : 3835
---- Alter resin rheology with fillers, extenders, and additives for composites : 3835
---- Describe resin infusion and injection processes for composites : 3835
---- Produce composite items using different application techniques : 3835
---- Produce a laminate by vacuum bagging for composites : 3835
---- Describe, install and test plumbing systems : 3835
---- Produce templates or patterns used in boat building : 3835
---- Build boat framework under supervision : 3835
---- Describe and apply filling and fairing technology : 3835
---- Construct interior wooden support structures and cabinetry for boats : 3835
---- Laminate and join timber material used in boat building : 3835
---- Identify boat fittings, fixtures, and fasteners : 3835
---- Produce Plug or pattern and an open mold from plug or pattern for composites : 3835
New Hours 3835

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 80
---- Apply health and safety in the workplace : 80
---- Demonstrate Knowledge of composite in the workplace : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Select, use, maintain hand tools and portable power tools : 80
---- Operate simple and complex mechanical plant composite equipment : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Communicate effectively with colleagues, management, & customers : 80
---- Manage self and organize others in a team project : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 40
---- Demonstrate Knowledge of Composite Technology : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Apply environmentally sustainable work practices and principles in composite : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 80
---- Perform measurements and cost calculations for composite projects : 80
---- Demonstrate knowledge of composite construction drawings and produce freehand sketch : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 120
---- Repair damage or faulty composite items/product : 120
---- Touch up and restore gelcoat : 120
---- Identify boat fittings and fastenings : 120
New Hours 120






#7405 Mechanical Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7404 Industrial Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7400 Computer Hardware Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7401 Refinery Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1700
---- Unit Flows : 1700
---- System Processes : 1700
---- Associated Refinery Systems : 1700
New Hours 1700
Total Hours 300
---- Equipment Inspection : 300
---- Troubleshooting : 300
---- Lubrication : 300
---- Routine adjustments : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 1200
---- Pumps : 1200
---- Drivers : 1200
---- Heat Exchangers : 1200
---- Furnaces : 1200
---- Boilers : 1200
---- Cooling Towers : 1200
---- Compressors : 1200
---- Turbines : 1200
---- Piping & Auxiliaries : 1200
---- Valves : 1200
---- Instrumentation : 1200
---- Columns, Towers, & Vessels : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 200
---- Permitting & Preparing Equipment for Maintenance : 200
---- Operator Maintenance : 200
---- Preventive Maintenance : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 340
---- Emergency Procedures : 340
---- Blowdown & Flare Systems : 340
---- Safety Equipment Operations : 340
---- Inclement Weather Operations : 340
---- Hazard Communications : 340
New Hours 340
Total Hours 130
---- Unit Hazardous Material Handling : 130
---- Containment Operations : 130
New Hours 130

Technical Instruction








#7402 Electronics Engineers, Except Computer



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7403 Construction Craft Laborer (CCL)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 25
---- : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 25
---- : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 125
---- : 125
New Hours 125
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 25
---- : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 2000
---- Concrete placement - mixing, placement, vibration of concrete, build and place forms, remove and clean forms, cure concrete : 2000
---- Pipe laying and making of connections for any utility piping : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Cutting and burning : 2000
---- Traffic control/flagging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Grade setting/checking : 2000
---- Clearing, bucking and falling : 2000
---- Site preparation/cleanup and security : 2000
---- Layout and staking : 2000
---- Erect, dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools : 2000
---- Install erosion control systems : 2000
---- Forklift operation : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Concrete placement - mixing, placement, vibration of concrete, build and place forms, remove and clean forms, cure concrete : 2000
---- Concrete cutting and coring : 2000
---- Pipe laying and making of connections for any utility piping : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Traffic control/flagging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Grade setting/checking : 2000
---- Layout and staking : 2000
---- Site preparation/clean up and security : 2000
---- Drilling : 2000
---- Asphalt - raking, placement, compaction and preparation of the base : 2000
---- Build railroad beds and all related bridges and tunnels, and install tracks : 2000
---- Erect, dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools : 2000
---- Install erosion control systems : 2000
---- Forklift operation : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
---- Site/roadside remediation : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Erect/dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Estimate, stock and maintain supply areas : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain tools : 2000
---- Forklift operation : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
---- Mason tender/plaster tender : 2000
---- Clean masonry walls : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Identify and work safely around environmental hazards : 2000
---- Erect/dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Cutting and burning : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
---- Site preparation/cleanup and security : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools : 2000
---- Fire watch : 2000
---- Concrete cutting and sawing : 2000
---- Demolition debris handling and management (recycling, reuse, disposal) : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Trenching and excavating : 2000
---- Site preparation/cleanup and security : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools specific to the concentration : 2000
---- Grade setting/checking : 2000
---- Layout and staking : 2000
---- Clearing and maintaining the right of way (ROW) : 2000
---- Pump water : 2000
---- Locate utilities : 2000
---- Build and dismantle fences : 2000
---- Load and unload pipe : 2000
---- Fill and place sandbags : 2000
---- Load, unload and place skids : 2000
---- Install erosion control systems : 2000
---- Pipe surface preparation/sand blasting : 2000
---- Apply pipe coating : 2000
---- Inspect pipe coating visually and with a holiday detector : 2000
---- Patch coating : 2000
---- Install pipe coating protection : 2000
---- Install corrosion protection : 2000
---- “Pig” the pipe : 2000
---- ROW remediation : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Drilling : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools specific to the concentration : 2000
---- Hoisting and rigging : 2000
---- Concrete pump operation and maintenance : 2000
---- Install services (track laying, conveyors, vents, water, compressed air pipes etc.) : 2000
---- Install tunnel supports (steel ribs, mesh, rock bolts) : 2000
---- Shaft and tunnel grouting : 2000
---- Shotcrete/gunite application : 2000
---- Cutting and burning : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Asbestos abatement : 2000
---- Hazardous waste remediation : 2000
---- Lead abatement : 2000
---- Microbial remediation : 2000
---- Radiation protection/radioactive material handling : 2000
---- Water damage/fire restoration : 2000
---- Erect, dismantle and maintain scaffold : 2000
---- Identify, inspect, use and maintain all tools specific to this concentration : 2000
---- Aerial lift operation : 2000
New Hours 2000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 40
---- Blue Print Reading training is designed to introduce participants to the basics of reading and interpreting blueprints. Topics covered include symbols, line conventions, views, and basic plan reading techniques. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 4
---- Confined Space Awareness training covers information necessary to recognize the special hazards associated with confined spaces. Topics covered include the characteristics of confined spaces, hazardous atmospheres, pre-entry and periodic testing, continuous monitoring and the laws that protect those working in confined spaces. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 8
---- Craft Orientation training introduces participants to the construction industry in general and a career as a CCL in particular. Emphasis is placed on developing good work habits, being productive on the job, working under a collective bargaining agreement, being aware of growth areas in construction employment, and background information on the LIUNA and its related funds. Participants are also introduced to the history of the labor movement in general, and of LIUNA in particular. Emphasis is placed on the origin of the union and the challenges that have been faced and overcome from its beginning to the present. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 4
---- Fall Protection training summarizes the key points of OSHA’s fall protection standard and common citations issued for non-compliance. The program looks at the hazards and key safety issues related to fall protection and the safety practices used to prevent falls. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 8
---- First Aid/CPR training is designed for participants to learn first aid skills for treating a variety of injuries, such as burns, wounds, head, neck and back injuries, and heat and cold emergencies. Participants also learn to manage sudden illnesses, strokes, seizures, animal and insect bites and poisoning. Adult CPR teaches participants how to perform CPR and care for breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 80
---- General Construction training introduces participants to a wide variety of concepts, tools, and skills that are important to successfully begin a career as a CCL. Participants receive instruction on the work and the role of a CCL, commonly encountered safety issues, measurement in construction, basic construction math, safe hand and power tool operation, and identification and handling of materials frequently used in construction. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 8
---- Hazard Communication training introduces CCLs to the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard as it applies to the construction industry. Training focuses on the guidelines for recognizing and protecting oneself from exposure to hazardous substances, including identifying chemical hazards and the proper use of container labels and placards. In addition, participants learn how to read and understand material safety data sheets. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 11
---- requirements for OSHA’s 10-hour training program. The program provides safety and health information as it relates to the many hazards found on construction projects and offers insight into ways to reduce them. : 11
New Hours 11
Total Hours 8
---- Scaffold User training presents a variety of scaffold types, the hazards associated with each, and how to figure load capacities and their effect on scaffold performance. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 4
---- Flagger training provides information to participants about flagger safety procedures on highway work zone projects. Participants are provided with information to help them demonstrate proper procedures for stopping, slowing, and releasing traffic. Topics include communication methods for two-person flagging operations, the correct positioning of flaggers in work zones, the proper high visibility clothing that must be worn by flaggers, and when specific hand- signaling devices should be used. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 56
---- Mason/Brick/Plaster Tending training provides instruction on the mason tender’s duties, proper job task performance, and health and safety issues associated with mason tending. Participants use mathematical and scientific concepts to achieve an understanding of working with masonry units, mortars, plasters, and admixtures. In addition, the fundamentals of cutting and cleaning masonry and tending plasterers are covered. : 56
New Hours 56
Total Hours 16
---- Rough Terrain Forklift training complies with OSHA 1926.602(c) requirements, teaches participants about the hazards involved with operating a forklift, and explains what they can do to prevent accidents and injuries when operating these forklifts. Participants have ample opportunity to operate a forklift. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 72
---- Scaffold Builder training addresses the needs of CCLs who are responsible for building scaffolding on the jobsite or are required to perform job tasks while using scaffolding. Designed to meet the training requirements of 29 CFR Part 1926.454, the comprehensive program includes frame, tube and coupler, systems, non-powered adjustable and powered mast-climbing scaffold with hands-on training for each. : 72
New Hours 72
Total Hours 8
---- Aerial Lift training provides participants with a general understanding of the safe and efficient operation of “Power Operated Mobile Work Platforms.” Participants learn to identify specific health and safety hazards associated with a variety of aerial work platforms. Aerial Lift training also provides participants the opportunity to operate aerial lifts in a safe manner. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- Hoisting and Rigging training is designed to educate CCLs in the rules, processes, and procedures to safely rig, signal, and hoist loads on construction projects. The program incorporates federal regulatory requirements as well as equipment manufacturers’ standards. Training provides participants the opportunity to practice rigging and signaling. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Demolition/Deconstruction training introduces participants to the similarities and differences of demolition and deconstruction work. Particular attention is paid to safety in all aspects of the work. Topics covered include planning projects, mechanical demolition equipment, material handling, site control, and special conditions that sometimes exist during this work. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 4
---- Fire Watch training teaches participants what a fire watch is, how it is conducted, and why it is important. Topics covered include classifications of fires, preventing fires, types of extinguishers, and extinguishing fires. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 24
---- Cutting and Burning training provides participants with an understanding of how to safely use heat to cut different types of metals using a variety of methods. Topics covered include the personal protective equipment (PPE) necessary for each process, the types and health effects of various fumes given off during the process, and how to protect the area from fire hazards. Participants will also be able to identify the components of the cutting systems and how to properly assemble and disassemble the systems. Systems taught include oxy- acetylene, oxy-gasoline, and plasma arc cutting. Hands on training is included for each system. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 40
---- Concrete training provides the basic knowledge and skills CCLs need to work safely and productively in this potentially hazardous field. Safety issues associated with the mixing, forming, placement, and curing of concrete materials are covered, as well as the associated skills needed to complete these tasks. Ample time is given for hands- on practice for all skills. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Pipe Laying training prepares CCLs to safely install pipe systems by introducing participants to the tools, equipment, and techniques typically used on a pipe laying job. Special attention is paid to proper work practices and protective measures used to install a variety of piping systems safely. Ductile iron, concrete, and high-density polyethylene piping are all covered, and hands-on training is available for each. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Line and Grade training focuses on the skills, knowledge, and aptitude necessary to operate a variety of surveying instruments and record information for maintaining elevation and alignment control points on heavy and civil construction projects. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 32
---- Asphalt training provides CCLs with the information they need to understand the safety precautions necessary when working with, raking and placing asphalt. In addition, participants practice the preparation of the surface, job preparation, and cleaning of the tools, and machinery. The patching of pot-holes and cracks is practiced along with proper raking techniques. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 8
---- Traffic Control training provides participants with an understanding of the types of traffic control devices and how they are used set-up and dismantled. Topics include the purpose of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and the methods to maintain pedestrian safety in traffic control zones. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 80
---- Pipeline training instructs CCLs on the safe practices and procedures that need to be used on pipeline construction projects. All phases of pipeline construction are covered including the front-end work, pipe handling, pipe coating, and back-end work. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Shotcrete training is designed to prepare participants to become certified Shotcrete Nozzlemen. Participants practice wet and dry mixing methods for below ground uses. Instruction also includes nozzle types and their maintenance and use. Hands-on opportunities to practice applying shotcrete are included. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Tunnel Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on a tunnel job. Topics covered include tunnel safety, an overview of tunnel construction, the duties of a CCL tunnel worker, and compressed air systems. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 16
---- The Drilling Operations program includes an introduction to drilling operations, how drilling operations work (construction applications, quarry applications, hand signals, and drill strings), how to operate and maintain the drill, and hands-on practice of drilling operations. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 40
---- Asbestos Abatement Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on asbestos abatement projects. The program is designed to meet or exceed Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1926.1101 and 40 CFR Part 763 respectively. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 80
---- Hazardous Waste Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on hazardous waste remediation projects. The program meets all Occupational Safety and Health Administration training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1910.120 – Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 24
---- Microbial Remediation training instructs CCLs on the health hazards, PPE requirements, and remediation processes and techniques associated with the removal of mold as well as other microbial contamination. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 40
---- Lead Abatement Worker training prepares CCLs to work safely and productively on lead abatement projects. The course meets all Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Environmental Protection Agency training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1926.62 and 40 CFR Part 745.225 respectively. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Landscaping training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to work as a landscaper with a concentration on using environmentally-friendly techniques whenever possible. Topics covered include the landscape laborer’s duties; safety hazards of landscape work; safe use of pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers with an emphasis on using environmentally-friendly materials; controlling erosion on the jobsite; and planting and maintaining sod, grass, shrubs and trees. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Landscape Equipment Operation training teaches CCLs how to safely and productively operate a skid steer, a trencher, and a mini excavator. Topics include safety, operation and maintenance procedures, along with ample time devoted to hands-on practice with the equipment. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Brick Paver Installation training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to install walkways and patios with brick pavers. Topics covered include the hazards associated with installing brick pavers; laying out the work; estimating the amount of pavers required; preparing the base; cutting bricks accurately and to minimize waste; and installing pavers correctly. Ample time is devoted to hands-on practice with all the job tasks. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Retaining Wall Installation training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to install retaining walls for landscape work. Topics covered include the hazards associated with installing a retaining wall; the different types of retaining wall materials; laying out the retaining wall; estimating the amount of materials required; preparing the base; tying the wall back to the bank; and correct installation techniques for retaining wall blocks and timbers. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Irrigation Installation training provides CCLs with the knowledge and skills they need to install irrigation systems. Topics covered include an overview of irrigation systems, with a focus on identifying those that best conserve water; the hazards associated with installing irrigation systems; how irrigation systems are best laid out for maximum efficiency; and how to maintain irrigation systems once they are installed. Ample time is devoted to hands-on practice assembling and installing an irrigation system. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 32
---- Aboveground Drilling training introduces CCLs to the unique working environment of aboveground drilling by providing instructor facilitated classroom instruction along with intensive, performance-based, hands- on training. The care and use of tools and equipment is presented, as well as drilling techniques. Basic information about rocks and their composition and characteristics are introduced, as drillers must know how geology affects the drilling process. The personal safety of CCLs working on a drilling site is reviewed in depth. Site safety, hazard communication, health hazards, personal protective equipment, and working around explosives are also covered. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 40
---- Construction Math training introduces CCLs to the basic math skills needed to perform calculations related to distance, area, volume, angles, and weight and measurement on construction projects. Participants are provided instruction and an ample opportunity to measure objects, calculate and perform basic math functions including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole and fractional numbers, measure and estimate volumes, convert fractions to decimals, (and decimals to fractions). In addition participants learn practical applications of the Pythagorean Theorem, formulas for calculating perimeters, area, volume, and the use and function of square roots. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 16
---- Disaster Site Worker training prepares CCLs to safely and effectively work on disaster sites. It provides participants with an understanding of the Incident Command System (ICS) and how it relates to safe and efficient job performance, addresses the characteristics and hazards of man-made and natural disasters, and affords opportunities to learn and demonstrate different disaster response related skills, including use of PPE. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Green Construction training provides CCLs with information about the major factors that affect a green construction project including conservation of natural resources; reduction of carbon emissions; water resource use and conservation; reduction of soil, water and air pollution; and indoor air quality. Participants learn how these emerging issues influence their work and the potential future impact of growth in renewable energy, sustainable buildings, and green construction. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 24
---- Green Roof training introduces participants to the various types of green roofs, the safety hazards associated with the installation of green roofs, and the practices and procedures used during installation of the roof. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 16
---- Lead and Silica in Bridges training is designed to provide instruction to CCLs on two (2) common hazards found on bridge (and other construction) projects: lead and silica exposure. Emphasis is placed on the health hazards, PPE, regulations, and hazard mitigation methods. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Lead Renovator training prepares participants to perform renovation work using lead safe work practices. It meets all EPA and OSHA training requirements under 40 CFR Part 745.225 and 29 CFR Part 1926.62. Lead Renovator training is mandatory for all workers conducting renovation activities where lead-based paint is present in target housing and child occupied facilities. Students participate in active learning through classroom exercises and hands-on training. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 8
---- Material Hoist Attendant training provides training on the roles and responsibilities of the material hoist attendant (bell ringer) and inspection, operation, and maintenance procedures for material hoists used on construction projects. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Metric Measurement in Construction training introduces experienced CCLs and new entrants to the metric system of measurements and application in the construction industry. Units of measure and conversions using practical applications are covered. Participants practice real-world measuring techniques in practical situations. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 32
---- Nuclear Power Plant Worker training is designed for CCLs involved in maintenance and shutdown activities at nuclear power plants or whose job assignments involve unescorted entry into areas controlled for radiological purposes. This program is divided into nine topics, which focus on the theory, basic radiological fundamentals, and the terms CCLs must know to work safely around radiological hazards. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 24
---- Permit Required Confined Space training focuses on the identification of the different types of confined spaces as well as their associated hazards. Participants receive detailed instruction on rules, regulations, and procedures to be followed when entering a confined space as well as methods to mitigate the associated hazards. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Radiation Remediation training provides CCLs with the information they need to work safely in and around radiological contaminated sites. Hands-on training is conducted in a mock training area. Respiratory protection and protective clothing and why they are required are also covered in this training. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 8
---- Respiratory Protection training details the correct use of respirators when airborne hazardous substances are present. Topics include using exposure guides, respirator selection, proper use of respirators, and OSHA respiratory protection program requirements. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Restoration Technician training focuses on commercial clean-up activities associated with fire and/or flood damaged structures. The Restoration Technician course is designed for participants who have received previous training in hazardous waste remediation, asbestos, and lead abatement as this course centers on the theory, application, and practices associated with restoration projects. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Silica Awareness training provides information to CCLs regarding the hazards associated with work activities such as concrete sawing or stone cutting of materials, which contain silica. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 16
---- Solar Panel Installation training teaches the proper system sizing, design, prep work and installation of mounting brackets for photovoltaic (PV) systems, installation of mounting brackets and tubes for hot water systems and involves actual hands-on work associated with roof top, side of building and ground mounted applications. : 16
New Hours 16






#7394 Shipping, Receiving, and Inventory Clerks



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7395 Locksmith



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 375
---- : 375
New Hours 375
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 1550
---- : 1550
New Hours 1550
Total Hours 1550
---- : 1550
New Hours 1550

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Professional Etiquette :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Product Recognition :
---- Security Hardware :
---- Hinges and Fasteners :
---- Keying Materials :
---- Doors and Door Closers :
---- Glazing :
---- Framing Members :
---- Key Fabrication Equipment :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Locks :
---- Tumbler Locks :
---- Combination Locks :
---- Electronic Locks :
---- Biometric Locks :
---- Window Locks :
---- Keyless and Keypad Entry :
---- Lock Picking :
---- Key Fabrication and Re-keying :
---- Electronic System Programming :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Doors and Door Hardware :
---- Doors and Door Frames :
---- Residential Security Systems :
---- Commercial Security Exit Systems :
---- Fire Door and Closer Systems :
---- Automotive Locks :
---- Video Surveillance Systems :
---- Safes :
---- Emergency Repairs and Replacements :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Electronics :
---- Computer Skills :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Basic Metal Framing :
---- Machining Skills :
---- Glazing Skills :
---- Oxy-acetylene Cutting and Burning :
---- Welding :
New Hours






#7396 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7397 Architects, Except Landscape and Naval



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7398 Overhead Door Installer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduction to Industry :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Print Reading :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Ladders :
---- Hangers, Braces and Hardware :
---- Torsion Springs :
---- Seals :
---- Salvage and Recycling :
---- Inspection Criteria :
---- Troubleshooting and Analysis :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rough Openings :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Hardware Installation and Safety :
---- Track Installation and Alignment :
---- Automatic Closer Installation :
---- Remote and Keyless Entry :
---- Weatherization Skills :
---- Door and Window Retro-Fits :
---- Customer Service and Professional Etiquette :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Metal Framing :
---- Opening Modifications :
---- Fire Rated Solid Core and Steel Doors :
---- Balancing Adjustment :
---- Maintenance and Repairs :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Scaffold User :
---- Rigging :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Cutting and Burning :
---- Welding :
New Hours






#7399 Civil Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7390 Purchasing Managers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7391 Recreation Assistant



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 48
---- Safety : 48
---- Rules and regulations : 48
---- Activities and Services of a Recreation Facility : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 44
---- Exercise Techniques : 44
---- Motivation : 44
---- Fitness Assessments : 44
---- Group and Team Dynamics : 44
New Hours 44






#7392 Tutors



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7393 Insulation Worker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Energy Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material Recognition :
---- Job Preparation :
---- Measuring & Cutting :
---- Thermal Barriers :
---- Hand & Power Tools :
---- Respirators& PPE :
---- Insulation Blowers :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Batt and Blanket :
---- Foil & Moisture Barrier :
---- Blown-In :
---- Spray Foam :
---- Rigid & Cellular Glass :
---- Sound Control :
---- Weatherstripping :
---- Flexible Foam :
---- Specialty Equipment :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Firestop/Fireproofing :
---- Weatherization skills :
---- Scaffold User :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Supervisory Training :
---- Energy Auditing :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
New Hours






#7386 Precision Machinist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Learning names of raw materials and names and use of tools, jigs, fixtures and gauges. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Power and radial drilling, tapping, ream-lapping, counterboring and countersinking, grinding drills, lubricants, cutting, speeds and feeds, safety. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 1500
---- Chucking, use of face plate, mandrel, steady rest and follow rest, centering, straight turning, facing taper, turning with taper attachment, offset tail stock and compound, drilling, reaming. : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1000
---- Plain, vertical and universal. Selection of cutters, methods of holding work, vise, clamps, dividing head, circular table - plain or slab, milling, sawing, boring, fly cutter milling, vertical head, keyway cutting, slotting, spline milling, rack cutting, cutter milling, gear cutting, gang milling, form milling, speeds and feed, lubricants, safety. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 500
---- Methods of holding work, vise, clamps, dividing head, surface and angle cutting, keyway cutting, squaring, dovetailing, speeds and feeds, grinding tools, safety. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 300
---- Safety, selection of grinding wheels, speeds and feeds, mounting wheels, magnetic chuck, dressing wheels, plain or surface grinding, angle grinding, squaring. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 500
---- Safety, mounting wheels, speeds and feeds, dressing wheels, straight, taper, angle face, form and hole grinding. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 600
---- Safety, mounting wheels, setting up indexing attachments, clearance angles for various types of cutters and reamers, setting up for these angles, grinding plain, spiral and end mills, reamers, form cutters. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 100
---- Kinds of steel, S.A.E. classification, how to harden, draw, case and pack harden and anneal, use of pyrometer and color chart, hardness tests, quenching baths, and safety. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 500
---- Filing, scraping, chipping, layout and assembly, use of gauge blocks and dial indicator, vernier height gauge, lapping, tapping and threading, lubricants, inspection, safety. : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction








#7387 Grinder Set‑Up Operator, Jig



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 2000
---- Job orientation and familiarization with company policies : 2000
---- Tool Crib - to acquaint the apprentice with the tools of the trade, different types of steel and their hardening qualities. : 2000
---- Knowledge of the various types of grinding wheels and their specific application, dressing wheels and mounting. : 2000
---- Simple jig grinding assignments following general operating practices. : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 1000
---- Familiarization with jig boring as a means of making the apprentice more versatile. : 1000
---- This training enables the apprentice to learn the speeds, feeds and tool sharpening techniques which are needed to prepare the soft steel pieces which will eventually be jig ground. : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Practical Shop Mathematics :
---- Plane Geometry: common and decimal fractions, percents, ratios, proportions, square, square roots rectangles, circles, and polygons :
---- Problem solving :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Blueprint reading :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Right angle trigonometry :
---- Solid geometry :
---- Oblique triangles :
---- Practical shop problem solving :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Use and application of shop equipment relative to precision machining, including sheet metal work :
---- Study of measurement and the use of shop measuring devices with related math :
New Hours






#7388 Dairy Technologist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Cleaners and cleaning methods. : 500
---- Cleaning, floors, ceilings, general plant equipment, including pest control : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 520
---- Sampling of milk for determination of quality and composition, care and protection of samples. : 520
---- Operation, care and maintenance of can washers, filters, scales and conveyors. : 520
---- Preparation of receiving room records. : 520
New Hours 520
Total Hours 600
---- Set up, adjustment, operation, and clean up of separators and clarifiers. : 600
---- Care of cream. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 520
---- Setting up and operating pasteurizers. : 520
---- Checking temperatures and duration of heating, determining results. : 520
---- Performing operations necessary for the protection of milk and cream after pasteurization. : 520
---- Care and operation of pumps and motors. : 520
---- Cleaning up. : 520
New Hours 520
Total Hours 600
---- Operation, cleaning, sterilization, and maintenance of churn. : 600
---- Handling butter. : 600
---- Keeping of churn room records. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Milk testing for composition and quality control including fat, sediment, metheline blue and other composition and quality control tests relative to the products manufactured. : 600
---- Farm contacts and field work. : 600
---- Methods of approach. : 600
---- Detecting sources and causes of milk quality failure, etc. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Compounding : 600
---- Processing the mix : 600
---- Flavoring : 600
---- Cooling, and proper care of mix : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 400
---- Care and assembly of equipment : 400
---- Preparation of flavors : 400
---- Preparing equipment for operation : 400
---- Temperature, texture, land oven-run control : 400
---- Packaging, novelties, molds, etc. : 400
---- Cleaning up : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 1500
---- Care, operation and maintenance of equipment : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 500
---- Care, operation, and cleaning of bottle fillers, washers, etc. : 500
---- Cooling and storing, control of washing and sterilization solutions. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 100
---- Care, operation and maintenance of equipment, roller or spray type. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 600
---- Firing, operation and maintenance of boilers, cars and operation of refrigeration equipment. : 600
---- Care and maintenance of electric motors, pipe work necessary for installation, of pipe equipment including sanitary piping. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 800
---- Milk sheet records and calculation. : 800
---- Calculating costs and yields, receiving and shipping records, inventories and reports. : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction








#7389 Quality Control Inspector



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 160
---- Standard of conduct : 160
---- Safety : 160
---- Organization of mission functions : 160
---- Organizational structure: rules and regulations : 160
---- Orientation to quality assurance functions : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 900
---- Identification requirements : 900
---- Determine equipment : 900
---- Determine sample size : 900
---- "Reporting" cost of quality : 900
---- Contract review for inspection requirements : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 600
---- Blueprint reading : 600
---- Specification interpretation : 600
---- Federal specifications : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 400
---- Control charts : 400
---- Sampling by attributes : 400
---- Sampling by variables : 400
---- Bulk sampling : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 160
---- : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 240
---- Management styles : 240
---- Planning : 240
---- Analysis of situation : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 320
---- Types of packages : 320
---- Printing : 320
---- Bar codes : 320
New Hours 320
Total Hours 460
---- English composition : 460
---- Basic math : 460
New Hours 460
Total Hours 160
---- : 160
New Hours 160

Technical Instruction








#7381 Numerical Control Machine Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 2100
---- : 2100
New Hours 2100
Total Hours 1800
---- : 1800
New Hours 1800
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 350
---- : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 1500
---- : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 350
---- : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 125
---- : 125
New Hours 125
Total Hours 160
---- : 160
New Hours 160

Technical Instruction








#7382 Calibration Laboratory Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1500
---- Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of pressure units and their conversions (100 hours). : 1500
---- Calibrate and repair Bourdon tube, bellows and diaphragm element, and other electro/mechanical pressure sensing devices, including U-tube manometers, dial manometers, simplex gauges, vacuum gauges, compound gauges, differential pressure gauges, depth gauges (submarine), absolute pressure gauges, barometers, altimeters, Pirani gauges, pressure regulators, pressure transducers, pressure switches, cassion gauges (700 hours). : 1500
---- Troubleshoot, repair, and calibrate liquid level indicating systems as follows: closed systems, pneumatic systems, and electrical systems (150 hours). : 1500
---- Operate and maintain pressure calibration standards and equipment: (Calibrate items marked with an asterisk *) pressure panels, standard gauges*, portable calibrators*, absolute pressure calibration systems, quartz gauges, pressure transfer standards, pressure chambers, vacuum chambers, pressure pumps, pressure booster, gauge cleaning systems, fluid separators, and deadweight testers (500 hours). : 1500
---- Perform decontamination of dead-end and bleeder type pressure sensing elements (50 hours). : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1200
---- Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of temperature nits and their conversions (100 hours). : 1200
---- Calibrate and repair direct and indirect reading temperature instruments and temperature actuated switching devices as follows: liquid in glass thermometers, bimahalic thermometers, distant reading thermometers, recording temperature devices, thermocouples, resistance thermometers, pyrometers, temperature switches, temperature controllers (600 hours). : 1200
---- Operate and maintain temperature calibration standards and equipment: (Calibrate items marked with an asterisk*) temperature baths, portable temperature comparators, millivolt potentiometer, resistance thermometer bridge, resistance box, thermocouple simulator*, resistance thermometers*, digital thermometer, digital multimeters (500 hours). : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1200
---- Demonstrate a thorough understanding of dimensional measurement concepts, measuring tools, and basic interferometry (100 hours). : 1200
---- Calibrate dimensional instruments as follows: (Repair items marked with an asterisk *) inside/outside micrometers*, thread micro-meters*, depth micrometers*, thickness (feeler) gauges, dial indicators*, plug gauges, thread plug gauges, bore gauges, master setting plugs, master setting snap gauge, precision levels, beveled protractors, straight edges, vernier height gauges (600 hours). : 1200
---- Operate, employ, and maintain dimensional calibration standards and equipment as follows: (Calibrate items marked with an asterisk *) standard inside micrometer sets*, standard outside micrometer sets*, standard screw thread micrometer sets*, standard depth micrometer gauges*, micrometer maintenance kits, supermicro-meter*, gauge block sets, gauge block maintenance kits, optical glats, monochromatic light, surface plates, dial indicator calibrator*, electronic height gauge*, optic vernier height gauge*, standard bore gauge set*, measuring irons, parallels (500 hours). : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 400
---- Repair and calibrate rotary motion indicating devices as follows: centrifugal tachometers, vibrating reed tachometers, photoelectrical tachometers, chrometric, tachometers, and electric tachometers (300 hours). : 400
---- Operate and maintain rotary motion calibration standards and equipment as follows: tachometer testers, photoelectric pick-off, universal timer counters, speed reducers and increasers (100 hours). : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 200
---- Repair and calibrate flow measuring instruments as follows: positive displacement flow meters, variable area flow meters, laminar flow elements, turbine flow meters, viscometers(100 hours). : 200
---- Operate and maintain flow calibration standards and equipment as follows: portable standard flowmeters, variable area flowmeter standards, rotameter tubes (100 hours). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 600
---- Repair and calibrate torque tools as follows: audible signal torque wrenches, flexible beam torque wrenches, rigid frame torque wrenches, torque watch torque wrenches, torque screw-drivers, pneumatic torque tools (420 hours). : 600
---- Operate and maintain torque standard and equipment as follows: (Calibrate item marked with an asterisk *) torque testers*, torquetester leaders, slotted weight sets, radius arms, torque tool sealant kits (180 hours). : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 200
---- Repair and calibrate humidity indicating instruments as follows: psychrometers, humidigraphs, and dew point indicators (75 hours). : 200
---- Prepare humidity standard solutions with magnesium, sodium, and lithium chloride (50 hours). : 200
---- Operate and employ humidity chambers (75 hours). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Repair and calibrate force indicating instruments as follows: force gauges, lever arm force gauges (100 hours). : 200
---- Operate force calibration standard and equipment as follows: scale dynamometers, force indicators, load cells (100 hours). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 500
---- Utilize, store, and handle free mercury and mercury bearing equipment in accordance with established safety procedures (250 hours). : 500
---- Decontaminate and test equipment/areas which are mercury contaminated (100 hours). : 500
---- Operate and maintain the following mercury decontamination equipment: mercury vapor sniffer/analyzer, mercury vacuum cleaner (100 hours). : 500
---- Prepare mercury neutralizing agents (50 hours). : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 300
---- Calibrate and repair combustible gas indicators utilizing standard gases (100 hours). : 300
---- Calibrate and repair leak detectors S (50 hours). : 300
---- Calibrate hydrometers using standard hydrometers and solutions (1200 hours). : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 1000
---- Utilize the following procedures to design, manufacture, fabricate, or repair parts of measuring instruments and equipment: prepare schematic diagrams and sketches,fabricate special fittings, manufacture special tools, solder wiring and metals, braze metals, harden metals, and temper metals, operate bench grinders, operate drill presses, and operate precision lathes, troubleshoot special DC circuits, troubleshoot DC circuits, troubleshoot DC parallel circuits, troubleshoot AC circuits, and make resistance checks (850 hours). : 1000
---- Utilize ultrasonic and industrial cleaning equipment (140 hours). : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction








#7383 Dairy Grazier



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 800
---- Graze different cow groups according to needs : 800
---- Allocate appropriate break of grass : 800
---- Monitor plant health and productivity : 800
---- Control weeds : 800
---- Select plants, grasses, and legumes based on conditions : 800
---- Overseed pastures : 800
---- Renovate pastures : 800
---- Calculate stocking rates : 800
---- Maintain accurate pasture records : 800
---- Illustrate plant and animal interactions and connections : 800
---- Apply soil fertility information to pasture management decision making : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- Move and handle livestock safely : 800
---- Evaluate calf needs and use current resources to meet their requirements : 800
---- Maintain cattle specific records : 800
---- Optimize versus maximize milk production : 800
---- Establish cow breeding cycles : 800
---- Manage herd health : 800
---- Feed cattle : 800
---- Plan for winter feeding, fall harvesting, and purchasing winter feed supplies : 800
---- Develop contingency plans for weather, prices, and unknowns : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- Manage milk cow environment : 800
---- Develop milking protocols : 800
---- Manage milk quality : 800
---- Milk cows : 800
---- Perform milk testing : 800
---- Maintain stock records : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 400
---- Develop a strategy to optimize the amount of feed that comes from pasture : 400
---- Develop a plan to extend the grazing season : 400
---- Determine daily pasture allowance : 400
---- Select quality feed : 400
---- Select feed appropriate to livestock needs : 400
---- Monitor feed, grain and supplemental nutrition : 400
---- Store grain and supplemental feed : 400
---- Maintain supplement feed records and information : 400
---- Plan for winter feed needs : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 200
---- Acquire information from farm records : 200
---- Use computer technology for dairy grazing related information gathering and analysis : 200
---- Access information via the Internet and other sources : 200
---- Analyze financial information related to dairy grazing operations : 200
---- Analyze commodity pricing relationships for rotational dairy grazing (milk, fuel, feed) : 200
---- Perform general business performance analyses based on dairy and grazing information : 200
---- Manage financial resources based on budget and records : 200
---- Make farm decisions based on management information systems : 200
---- Adapt to circumstances or the environment based on reliable information : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Assess soil based on type and conditions : 200
---- Balance and maintain soil conditions and fertility for proper plant nutrient content : 200
---- Show awareness for both organic and non-organic agronomy : 200
---- Coordinate planting, plant growing seasons, and the environment with animal needs : 200
---- Handle chemicals safely and in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions : 200
---- Manage drought conditions based on soil types : 200
---- Manage water quality based on conditions : 200
---- Irrigate soil for optimum productivity : 200
---- Create wildlife habitats and natural areas : 200
---- Apply land conservation techniques based on soil and water quality : 200
---- Illustrate the interrelationships between soil health, fertility and pasture productivity : 200
---- Utilize integrated pest management when needed : 200
---- Manage manure : 200
---- Fertilize pastures : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Manage time effectively : 200
---- Plan forward : 200
---- Coordinate custom operations : 200
---- Retain employees : 200
---- Recruit employees : 200
---- Maintain good landlord and tenant relations : 200
---- Balance profitability, family goals, and rural community impact (people, neighbors, and environment) : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 45
---- The Pasture-Based Dairy and Livestock Seminar will familiarize you with the development and management of pasture-based dairy and livestock farm businesses. : 45
New Hours 45
Total Hours 36
---- Students will learn theory behind farming practices. Topics covered in this course include; roles of digestive nutrients, nutritional requirements at various growth stages, relationship between forage quality and nutrition, ration balancing through calculation of feed, and dry matter intake. Students will learn about various methods of feeding dairy animals, including grazing system principles. Students will also evaluate the use of dairy nutrition feed technologies. : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 36
---- Students will explore the animal environment and adaptation, animal health and behavior as it relates to production and non-production species. Furthermore, it will provide the student with the skills to apply basic veterinary skills, animal behavior, signs of illness, vaccination programs, heard health records, and troubleshoot basic electrical applications. : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 36
---- This course will provide students with a solid background in producing quality milk and utilizing good herd health management practices. Students will be introduced to milking systems and components, milk procedures, sanitation, diseases, udder anatomy, and milk secretion. Students will be exposed to milk quality practices globally. : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 17
---- Functional soil is the foundation of organic systems. Build robust healthy soil through organic matter, micro-organisms, and nutrient cycling. Explore composting techniques, organic fertilizer sources, soil fertility testing, balancing. : 17
New Hours 17
Total Hours 0
---- Pasture walks with dairy grazing specialists will share best practices and grazing skills to apprentices during their apprenticeship. : 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 72
---- Introduction to the basics of livestock management. Management of the Dairy herd with concentration on nutrition, feedstuffs classification, reproduction, genetics, animal behavior, animal health, and sustainable agriculture practices. : 72
New Hours 72
Total Hours 0
---- Annual 2-day spring conference will provide apprentices with an opportunity to network with other dairy graziers and learn current practices and farm trends. Contact Grassworks for information. : 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
---- Small group discussions with other graziers will explore best practices, emerging trends, new approaches to dairy production and grazing operations. : 0
New Hours 0






#7384 Meteorologist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1500
---- Use of observing equipment: Surface and aviation; Upper Air; Solar radiation : 1500
---- Maintenance of weather and climatological records : 1500
---- Plotting upper air radiosonde observations : 1500
---- Data acquisition : 1500
---- Compute fallout winds : 1500
---- Complete following courses leading to certification: Observing and synoptic courses : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 500
---- Operation of the following equipment : 500
---- Understanding and familiarization with communications systems : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 800
---- Preparation of information releases : 800
---- Service to public -- individual or group : 800
---- Familiarization with climatological records and services : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 1700
---- Writing of terminal forecasts : 1700
---- Writing of area synopses and route forecasts for FAA transcribed weather broadcasts : 1700
---- Plotting and analysis of weather maps and charts : 1700
---- Verification of forecasts : 1700
---- Briefing of pilots and other aviation interests : 1700
---- Assist in map discussions : 1700
---- Take familiarization flights : 1700
New Hours 1700
Total Hours 1000
---- Prepare and issue weather for flood warnings, watches, advisories, and statements : 1000
---- Prepare and issue local, one, and state forecast for two and five day periods : 1000
---- Prepare special forecasts for agriculture, air pollution dispersal, and recreation : 1000
---- Gain understanding of satellite weather systems and interpretation of satellite imagery : 1000
---- Conduct coordination calls with other offices on forecasts, warnings and weather information : 1000
---- Pilot fallout winds : 1000
---- Conduct map discussions : 1000
---- Gain understanding of guidance materials. Prepare guidance material for service offices : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction








#7385 Special Hazards Fire Suppression System Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 900
---- Company Policies : 900
---- Vehicles, Tools and Equipment : 900
---- National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards : 900
---- Basic Plans and Specifications : 900
---- Basic Wiring : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 900
---- Introduction to Safety and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) Sheets : 900
---- Basic First Aid : 900
---- Principles of Combustion : 900
---- Standard Symbols : 900
---- Basics of Codes and Standards : 900
---- Basic Communication Skills : 900
---- Layout Simple Designs : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 900
---- Materials and Components : 900
---- Hazard Analysis : 900
---- Detection Methods - Automatic Fire Detectors : 900
---- Detector Spacing – Automatic Fire Detectors : 900
---- Fundamentals of Fire Extinguishment : 900
---- Extinguishing Agents : 900
---- Cylinder Handling : 900
---- Electrical Code Requirements : 900
---- Basic Fire Alarm Systems : 900
---- Area, Volume and Weight Calculations : 900
New Hours 900

Technical Instruction








#7380 Accessibility and Private Residence Lift Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 800
---- General knowledge of basic safety : 800
---- Instruction on proper use of tools : 800
---- General knowledge of National Applicable Codes and Regulations : 800
---- Introduction to basic electricity : 800
---- Print reading : 800
---- Installation basics : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 600
---- Overview of equipment : 600
---- Safety procedures : 600
---- Installation procedures : 600
---- Wiring, power supplies and control circuits : 600
---- Operation of equipment : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 500
---- Overview of equipment : 500
---- Safety procedures : 500
---- Installation procedures : 500
---- Wiring, power supplies and control circuits : 500
---- Operation of equipment : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Overview of equipment : 500
---- Safety procedures : 500
---- Installation procedures : 500
---- Wiring, power supplies and control circuits : 500
---- Operation of equipment : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 8
---- History of Elevators : 8
---- History of Private Residence Elevators : 8
---- Excerpts from the ASME A17.1 Safety Standard Code : 8
---- History Referencing Wheelchair lifts and Private Residence Elevators : 8
---- The A18.1 Safety Standard for Platform Lifts and Stairway Chairlifts : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 2
---- Industry Organizations/Associations : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 10
---- Applicable Codes and Publications : 10
---- ASME Codes and Standards : 10
---- American National Standards Institute (ANSI) : 10
---- National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) : 10
---- The National Electrical Code (NEC) : 10
---- BOCA National Building Code 1996 : 10
---- Uniform Building Code/Standard Building Code : 10
---- Related Publications : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 2
---- Glossary of Terms : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 12
---- Introduction : 12
---- Vertical Platform Lifts : 12
---- Application of Vertical Platform Lifts (VPL) : 12
---- Drive Systems for Vertical Platform Lifts : 12
---- Application of Inclined Platform Lifts : 12
---- Application of Stairway Chairlifts : 12
---- Types of Stairways : 12
---- Drive Types of Stairway Lifts : 12
---- Operation : 12
---- Private Residence Elevator : 12
---- Application of Private Residence Elevators : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Introduction : 12
---- Basic Safety : 12
---- Safety During Construction : 12
---- Service Safety : 12
---- Personal Safety Equipment : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 14
---- OHM’s Law : 14
---- What is Current? : 14
---- Basic Direct Current Circuits/Service vs. Parallel : 14
---- Understanding and Calculating Parallel Circuits : 14
---- Electric Motors : 14
---- Electromechanical Systems : 14
---- Basic Primer on Electrical Devices : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 8
---- Print Terminology : 8
---- Drawing to Scale : 8
---- Introduction to Installation Drawings : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Introduction : 8
---- Planning : 8
---- Environmental Protection : 8
---- Plumb and Square : 8
---- Wiring Methods : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- Overview : 40
---- Landing Doors and Gates : 40
---- Landing Door and Gate-Locking Devices : 40
---- Machinery Tower/Mast : 40
---- Platforms : 40
---- Safeties and Governors : 40
---- Hoistway/Runway Enclosure : 40
---- Wiring, Power Supplies, Control Circuits and Operations : 40
---- Other Components : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Overview : 40
---- Power Supply and Wiring : 40
---- Stairways : 40
---- Power Transfer/Landing Calls : 40
---- Battery Operated Models : 40
---- Barrier Arms : 40
---- Controls and Operation : 40
---- Platform, Safeties, and Governors : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 20
---- Overview : 20
---- Power Supply and Wiring : 20
---- Track Installation : 20
New Hours 20






#7377 Scaffold Erector



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Confined Space :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Scaffold Regulations :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Frame Components :
---- System Components :
---- Tube & Clamp Components :
---- Material Estimation :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Load Calculations :
---- Basic Frame :
---- Basic System :
---- Basic Tube & Clamp :
---- Intermediate Frame :
---- Intermediate System :
---- Advanced Frame :
---- Advanced System :
---- Inspection Criteria :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Re-Shoring :
---- Basic Suspended :
---- Intermediate Suspended :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- UBC Rigging & Signaler Qualification Certificate :
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Supervisory Training :
New Hours






#7378 Drywall Finisher (Taper)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Finish Levels & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand Finishing Tools :
---- Taping Tools :
---- Finishing Materials :
---- Compounds & Mixtures :
---- Automatic Taping Tools :
---- Sanding Tools :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand Filling & Taping :
---- Automatic Taping :
---- Hand Finishing :
---- Details and Patching :
---- Sanding Procedures :
---- Textures :
---- Inspection :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Advanced Finishing :
---- Custom Work :
---- Firestop :
---- Exterior Insulation Finish System (EIFS) :
---- Monokote :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Aerial Lift Qualification :
---- Scaffold User :
---- Basic Metal Framing :
---- Drywall & Trim Application :
New Hours






#7379 Multimedia Producer



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 14
---- What are the components of visual storytelling? Learn to wield the power of sound and color in this introductory course. In this course you will craft engaging stories through basic cinematography, lighting, editing and sound while gaining a conceptual understanding of how these pieces come together to form the rich medium of visual storytelling. : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 24
---- The digital technology of today making shooting video accessible to filmmakers of all levels. This intensive, hands-on video workshop is designed for the beginning videomaker and is an ideal introduction to all phases of production. You will learn the basics of industry-standard video technology and get familiar with the skills you need to make sleek, professional videos. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 16
---- For the first time in history, filmmakers at all skill levels can take advantage of the portability, affordability and cinematic quality provided by today’s high-definition capable DSLR cameras. This course will help you increase your knowledge of production workflows, while increasing your film’s value and professional aesthetic. Gain hands-on training with DSLR cameras and learn how to capture high definition images under the guidance of expert cinematographer instructors. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 8
---- Have you ever worked tirelessly to shoot hours of great footage, only to find yourself unsure of how to put it all together? Get your projects to completion with this Video Post-Production Workflow course, which walks you through each individual phase of organizing, editing and completing your film from start to finish. Get the files onto your computer, name them properly so that you don’t lose them, troubleshoot technical issues along the way and maximize your existing non-linear editing skills. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 24
---- The industry-standard software for non-linear editing in Adobe Premiere. Learn to wield its power and produce high-end editing in this technical course, which will provide you a comprehensive overview of the Premiere Interface and its practical features. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 32
---- The importance of sound quality in visual media cannot be understated. Increase your project’s production value by learning the ropes of audio production. This course provides hands-on training in the basic techniques of recording sound for the camera. Review basic sound theory, practical tips, squashing noise, and troubleshooting. Students will set up interviews and use the most commonly used professional sound equipment in different environments. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 32
---- Sometimes miracles are made possible in audio post-production. This technical course will teach you basic work-flow techniques, how to increase the quality of your audio in post-production, and how to integrate sound design into your work. You will also learn the art of audio clean-up and restoration using tools within Adobe Premiere CC and Adobe Audition CC. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 15
---- Producing digital media, whether projects are large or small, requires an understanding of how a film is organized and the legal aspects surrounding it. This course teaches the standard industry processes for organizing and managing film projects. This includes an in-depth study of the stages of production. Students are taught industry-standard software for breaking down a script, building a budget, and creating a shooting schedule. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 32
---- Today’s high-definition DSLR cameras afford creative producers at all levels the ability to learn to shoot video in an easy, flexible, professional way. This course helps students learn industry-standard video technology. The course (4-day Bootcamp or 8 half days) condenses a semester’s worth of camera-handling knowledge into an intense 32-hour training course. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 15
---- Conceive, produce, direct, edit and output your own short-form project under the supervision of a master filmmaker! Designed for the beginning videomaker, this class is an ideal introduction to all phases of production, with top-notch instruction and personal attention. In this course, you will learn crewing on each others projects. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- The careful choices a cinematographer makes with respect to composition, color, light and texture affect the overall look and mood of visual media. Students explore the impact of the visual language and related topics such as design principles and forces of visual organization. The effects of scene direction and lines of action on the editing process are explored. Students learn cinematic composition, the rule of thirds, spatial relationships and proper framing. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Editing requires a keen understanding of the storytelling process. Study the art of when, where and why we make an edit. This course will explain how to better immerse our viewers into our story, fix problems incurred during production and give our productions a fresh edge. Students learn advanced technical skills from edit styles to the rule of sixes to draw the audience in. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Edit your own short-form project under the supervision of a master editor. Learn through doing about how and why the editor is a technical person as much as they are a collaborative storyteller. In this course you will work with the elements of media to craft a cohesive and engaging project. Learn why cuts work, the rule of six, and when to stop cutting with industry-standard software. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- The digital age, the smartphone revolution, and the explosion of technology resulted in entirely new realms of visual storytelling and media consumption. So how do you create online video content that captures the viewer’s attention in a meaningful way and can be leveraged to raise awareness or build a brand? In this introductory course, you will get a comprehensive overview of the digital video landscape, from social media video content ala AJ+, Buzzfeed, Now This, and Vice to short-form and episodic fiction and nonfiction filmmaking for platforms such as YouTube, Facebook and Vimeo. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- How do you create online video content that captures the viewer’s attention in a meaningful way and can be leveraged to raise awareness or build a brand? Students will use Adobe Premiere and Adobe Premiere Clip to shoot and edit two short videos for the web, using their phones. One social media video will be in the style of online content creators like AJ+, Buzzfeed, Now This, and Vice. The second social media video will focus on platforms designed to raise funds, like Indiegogo and Kickstarter. Participants will edit pre-existing footage in the lab and their own footage in their phones. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Emerging technologies that offer full immersion into another world are being used across industries in real estate, start ups, and event production to create unparalleled connection with characters and spaces. As the technology necessary to make VR, AR, 3D and AI become ever more accessible, learn how best to tell captivating stories in this evolving medium. This workshop is your hands-on crash course to technologies in immersive storytelling. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Conceive of, produce, direct, edit and output your own short-form project using emerging technologies under the supervision of a master producer. In this course, you will choose the storytelling media that will best support the story you want to tell. Using the latest technologies to make VR, AR, 3D and AI, tell your own captivating stories in these evolving mediums. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- To film or not to film? How close to a subject is too close? What happens when a subject doesn’t show up? Do I have permissions to film this? Someone walked into my shot and I don’t have a release form for them, what now? How much crew is too many people? These are questions that documentary filmmakers ask themselves when they are in field documenting reality. In this course, you will receive an overview of everything from documentary filmmaking ethics to the practical and legal considerations you must take into account when filming in the field. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Conducting an interview effectively results in powerful and effective material that can make or break your project. Walk through the various steps for preparing an engaging camera interview from research, pre-production, production to post production. Interview samples will be screened and analyzed to highlight different approaches and do’s and don'ts. Practice interviews will be set up so students have a chance to interview each other and/or be interviewed. Learn best workflow practices, prepare to ask the tough questions, and get your interviewees to share their deepest thoughts and feelings on camera. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Today's entertainment industry presents a rich world of opportunities, but also a new set of challenges. Whether you are a writer, producer, marketer or executive, it is now equally as important to understand content creation techniques, production technologies and distribution platforms as it is to understand how to weave a compelling narrative. This course will provide a broad overview of the current entertainment landscape and where it's headed as well as an in-depth look at the specific tools, companies and technologies shaping today's great content. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Mediamakers and arts organizations are increasingly using quantitative data to develop best practices of audience engagement. In the age of digital distribution, various aspects of audience behavior are being recorded and analyzed. In this course, you will learn to implement best practices and grow audiences, increase engagement, and improve workflows using data. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- This class teaches both the aesthetic, visual concepts and practical techniques used by today’s animation and design professionals. In this course, you will learn the basic concepts and principles behind graphic design and animation for video by constructing well-designed graphics that communicate effectively. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Journalist and investigative reporter Amy Goodman once said, “The role of independent media is to go to where the silence is.” Now more than ever, we count on independent storytellers and investigative documentarians to fill in the gaps of mainstream media and journalism. In this course, learn techniques and skills of investigative non-fiction filmmaking, how to film and document during times of upheaval, and the importance of creative expression and visual storytelling in times of crisis. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Learning to program is no longer just for computer specialists and software developers. Creative coding is a growing field that uses computer software as a medium to develop original creative expression. In this course, you will learn programming through authoring your own creative program and develop practical programming skills by exploring creative ideas and challenges. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Co-creation is defined as the deep, active and equal collaboration between clients, consumers, agencies and experts to solve a problem or need. The marketing world understands the importance of customer feedback and uses methods of co-creation in order to source it. Documentary filmmaker and media creators can benefits from these practices to deepen their creative work with clients and communities. In this course, you will learn how to facilitate mixed teams of clients, agencies and consumers through a range of exercises, from insight generation to idea generation to development, group refinement and prioritization. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Based on feedback from educators, design and video professionals, businesses, and educational institutions around the world, Adobe created a set of teaching objectives that cover entry-level skill expectations for video communication. In this course, you will prep the host of skills that will be assessed on the Video Communication Using Adobe Premiere Pro exam -- an industry-standard certification that will up your level of professionalism. : 15
New Hours 15






#7374 Mechanical Engineering Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduces Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) federal and state regulations, industrial practices, and accident investigation techniques :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers reading and understanding industrial prints. This course covers drafting and print standards, fundamentals of shape description, fundamentals of size description and annotation, industrial drawing types, and specialized parts. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers safety procedures, use of bench tools, layout tools, power saws, drill presses, precision measurement tools, and various hand tools related to the machine shop. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers mathematical material designed for career and technical students. Topics include measurement, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and vectors. These are presented at an introductory level. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the basic skills needed for many careers in electronics and related fields. Covers the operations and applications of basic DC and AC circuits consisting of resistors, capacitors, inductors, transformers and diodes. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covering fundamental topics such as shop math, assembly, maintenance, machining, inspection, and more, this nationally recognized certification demonstrates that the individual has a basic knowledge of manufacturing and may be an ideal candidate for entry-level manufacturing employment. :
New Hours






#7375 Plumber



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1500
---- Soil : 1,500
---- Sewerage : 1500
---- Vent : 1500
---- Leader lines : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1,250
---- Cold water for domestic purposes : 1,250
New Hours 1,250
Total Hours 10
---- : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 2,500
---- Gas fittings : 2,500
---- Plumbing and drainage system : 2,500
New Hours 2,500
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 525
---- : 525
New Hours 525
Total Hours 540
---- : 540
New Hours 540

Technical Instruction








#7376 Library Technicians



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7369 Junior Coder



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- This course introduces basic computer terminology, file management, and PC system components. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Focuses on a variety of functions and the exploration of their graphs. This course provides essential skills for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) pathways. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Focuses on a general introduction to computer programming. It is centered on basic programming concepts, including control structures, modularization, and data processing. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces students to the discipline of computer science and programming. Algorithm development, data representation, logical expressions, sub-programs and input/output operations are covered. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the application of fundamental business principles to local, national, and international forums. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- C Programming Language Certified Associate (CLA) is a professional certificate that measures your ability to accomplish coding tasks related to the basics of programming in the C programming language :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- IT Fundamentals+ ( ITF+ ) certification from CompTIA is ideal for those considering a career in IT or who work in an allied field that requires a broad understanding of IT. This certification focuses on essential IT skills and knowledge :
New Hours






#7370 Form Builder Carpenter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Professional Etiquette :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand & Power Tools :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material Handling :
New Hours






#7371 CAD Drafter



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduces techniques and common practices of 3D modeling using Sketchup software. Focuses on the creation and editing of virtual three-dimensional forms and volumes. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Focuses on construction of three-dimensional objects using the AutoCAD software. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces basic Inventor applications of non-parametric modeling, three-dimensional parametric modeling and visualization & animation of 3D modeling. The student learns to construct, modify, and manage models. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces parametric feature-based solid modeling 3D concepts to build confidence in 3D thinking and progresses to three-dimensional parameters. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Advanced applications of the 3D software SolidWorks. Management of design data, advanced assembly, analysis of models, documentation materials/parts lists, rendering, animation, and dynamic simulation and testing. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- A Solidworks Certification is proof of your cutting-edge skills in the Solidworks platform. Aside from proving your proficiency with the software, the certification also sets you apart from the rest of the crowd as a highly skilled designer or design engineer. :
New Hours






#7372 Pile Driver



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1,300
---- : 1,300
New Hours 1,300
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hr :
---- First Aid/ CPR/AED :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Confined Space :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Layout :
---- Print Reading :
---- Hand/Power/Engine Driven Tools :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Soil Mechanics :
---- Marine Safety/Seamanship :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to Formwork :
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Form Hardware :
---- Bridge Forms :
---- Piers, Pier & Pile Caps, Columns :
---- Wall Forms :
---- Gang Forms :
---- Slab & Deck Forms :
---- Precast :
---- Footing Forms :
---- Stair Forms :
---- Concrete, Grout, Epoxy :
---- Specialty Forms :
---- Underwater Formwork :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Types of Piling :
---- Crane & Rig Identification & Setup :
---- Pile Driving Accessories :
---- Pile Driving Hammers :
---- Wood Piling :
---- Concrete Piling :
---- Steel Piling :
---- Composite Piling :
---- Cast in Place Piling, :
---- Plastic Piling :
---- Test Pile and Pile Load Testing :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Types of Foundation Systems :
---- Types of Shoring :
---- Types of Underpinning :
---- Cofferdams, Cells :
---- Caissons and Drilled Shafts :
---- Shoring, Lagging, Tiebacks :
---- Pin Piles, Earth Nails, Geotextiles :
---- De-watering :
---- Shoring for Horizontal Boring :
---- Slurry Systems, Cutoff walls, Tremie Pours :
---- Structural Retrofit :
---- Trenching :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Timber Construction :
---- Trestles/Pile Bents :
---- Work Templates, Platforms :
---- Mats and Cribbing :
---- Flumes, Culverts, Irrigation Systems :
---- Bulkheads :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Cutting & Burning :
---- Introduction To Welding :
---- Plasma Cutting :
---- Air Arc Gouging :
---- Field Cutting Techniques :
---- Field Welding Techniques :
---- Layout, Fit up, Fabrication :
---- Plastic Welding :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rigging & Signaling Qualification Certificate :
---- Layout Instruments :
---- Powder Actuated Tools :
---- Advanced Pile Driver Rigging Techniques :
---- HazMat :
---- Lead Abatement :
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Aerial Lift Qualification :
---- Scaffold Erector Qualification :
New Hours






#7373 Logistics Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Addresses and explores the principles of business logistics and optimization, utilizing database management systems and software. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Assesses the skills and abilities needed for the processes and activities for sourcing materials necessary for a business to deliver goods and services. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Emphasizes effective business writing and cover letters, memoranda, reports, application letters, and resumes. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the fundamental facets of logistics in supply chain management utilizing a systems approach to: manage activities associated with traffic, logistical support, regulations, transportation, inventory management. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers material designed for career and technical students who need to study particular mathematical topics. Topics include measurement, algebra, geometry, statistics, and graphs. These are presented at an introductory level. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covering fundamental topics such as shop math, assembly, maintenance, machining, inspection, and more, this nationally recognized certification demonstrates that the individual has a basic knowledge of manufacturing and may be an ideal candidate for entry-level manufacturing employment. :
New Hours






#7368 Commercial Loan Officer



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Focuses on the study of the national economy, emphasizing business cycles and long-run growth trends. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Focuses on the study of individual decision making, emphasizing households, business firms and industry analysis. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Emphasizes effective business writing and cover letters, memoranda, reports, application letters, and resumes. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the application of fundamental business principles to local, national, and international forums. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- This course introduces accounting principles for understanding the theory and logic that underlie procedures and practices for business organizations. :
New Hours






#7364 Power Plant Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1000
---- Condensate pumps : 1000
---- Circulating pumps : 1000
---- Lube-oil : 1000
---- Coolers : 1000
---- Generator air coolers : 1000
---- Air ejectors : 1000
---- Condensers : 1000
---- Low-pressure heaters : 1000
---- Lube-oil filters : 1000
---- Lube-oil purifiers (centrifuge) : 1000
---- Auxiliary oil pumps : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 500
---- Boiler feed pumps : 500
---- High pressure heaters : 500
---- Low pressure heaters : 500
---- Draft fans, open heaters : 500
---- Closed heaters : 500
---- Aerators : 500
---- Miscellaneous pumps, steam and electric driven : 500
---- Air compressors : 500
---- Evaporators : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 1000
---- Tests on raw water : 1000
---- Test boiler water for hard- ness and oxygen content : 1000
---- P and M alkalinity readings : 1000
---- Test for phosphate content : 1000
---- Test for sulphate content : 1000
---- Determine carbonate-sulphate ratio : 1000
---- Test for total chloride content : 1000
---- Determine total solids concentration : 1000
---- Take ph. readings : 1000
---- Determine amount of chemical(s) needed to bring low reading up to predetermined normal : 1000
---- When to blow boilers : 1000
---- Mixing and standardizing/ normalizing testing solutions : 1000
---- Circulating cooling water : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Recognize normal readings on instruments : 1000
---- Steam pressure and vacuum gauges : 1000
---- Oil pressures and temperatures : 1000
---- Condenser vacuum : 1000
---- Barometer : 1000
---- Steam and water flow meters : 1000
---- Prepare turbine and auxiliaries for starting and bringing up to speed : 1000
---- Turbine room safety : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Use and interpret readings on switchboard instruments, watt-hour meters, voltmeters, voltage regulators, power factors, frequency meters, synchroscope : 1000
---- Use of remote-control switches, hand-operated disconnects, oil circuit breakers : 1000
---- Substation layout and switching : 1000
---- Synchronize incoming turbine : 1000
---- Safety in switchboard room : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Use and interpret boiler room instruments, draft gauges, pressure gauges, CO2 indicators, recorders : 1000
---- Proper combustion : 1000
---- Use of super-heaters : 1000
---- Induced and forced draft fans : 1000
---- Boiler feed pumps : 1000
---- Feed water regulators : 1000
---- Safety in boiler room : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction








#7365 Carpenter Roofer Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduction to Industry :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Print Reading :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Ladders :
---- Hangers, Braces and Hardware :
---- Framing Members :
---- Sheeting :
---- Roofing Underlayment :
---- Ridge Caps and Roof Flashing :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Basic Roof Framing :
---- Hardware Installation and Safety :
---- Composite Shingle :
---- Synthetic Shake :
---- Clay and Composite Tile :
---- Integrated Photovoltaic :
---- Soffits, Fascia and Siding :
---- Rain Gutters :
---- Customer Service and Professional Etiquette :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Commercial Roof Framing :
---- Panelized Roof Structures :
---- EPDM/TPO Membrane Roof :
---- Metal Roof :
---- Solar Roof Tops :
---- Green and Cool Roof Tops :
---- Inspection Criteria :
---- Maintenance and Repairs :
---- Troubleshooting and Analysis :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Scaffold User :
---- Rigging :
---- Basic Wall Framing :
---- Cutting and Burning :
---- Welding :
---- Overhead Door Installation :
---- Weatherization Skills :
---- Door and Window Retro-Fits :
---- Fire Rated Solid Core and Steel Doors :
New Hours






#7366 Electrical Utility Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 80
---- Demonstrate understanding of workplace structure. : 80
---- Practice working safely around machinery, equipment, and throughout shopfloor. : 80
---- Demonstrate an understanding of electrical power. : 80
---- understand safety needs particular to electricity, especially at high voltages. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 2000
---- Demonstrate satisfactory knowledge of monitored/interconnected systems and how to obtain equipment readings as required per site policies and procedures. : 2000
---- Safely perform electrical switching of plant/yard Power Circuit Breakers (PCBs), switchgear, auxiliary and support equipment, disconnects and switchers, load-break switches, and all associated equipment per policy and procedures. : 2000
---- Recognize and diagnose abnormal operating conditions of the BES and determine the proper corrective actions per appropriate policies and procedures. : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 200
---- Recognize and accurately record protection and control relay diagnostic information. : 200
---- Demonstrate knowledge and ability to correctly reset tripped transmission And distribution system protection relays : 200
---- Accurately identify and record the appropriate readings from revenue metering (if applicable). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 300
---- Independently operate and monitor plant generation unit(s) in accordance with policies and procedures. : 300
---- Independently operate and monitor high voltage (HV) cable system during normal and abnormal operating conditions at the power plant. : 300
---- Independently operate generator auxiliary pumps/plant pumps during normal and abnormal operating conditions in accordance with policies and procedures. : 300
---- Operate all air systems’ air compressors during all modes of plant operations. : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge and ability to operate all plant emergency generators during abnormal operating conditions. : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of proper function and identify when filters require flushing or cleaning. : 300
---- Perform unit inspections for running, shutdown, or standby of units and ensure auxiliary equipment functions as designed. : 300
---- Safely perform switching of units/auxiliary equipment. : 300
---- Properly diagnose alarms when they sound; describe consequences of failure to respond. : 300
---- Inspect day-to-day lighting in facility, and inspect emergency lighting; Perform preventative maintenance (PM) and ensure reliability of lighting. : 300
---- Identify and locate essential Motor Control Centers (MCCs) and switchgear equipment. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 500
---- Perform all general administrative functions during normal and abnormal operations. : 500
---- Demonstrate the knowledge and ability to monitor and perform all reactive power monitoring and control as directed by the Transmission Owner/Generator Operator. : 500
---- Demonstrate knowledge and ability to independently monitor the plant generating units and essential auxiliary support systems using Supervisory Control and : 500
---- Data Acquisition (SCADA) system, generator control system, and Automatic Generator Control (AGC) system. : 500
---- Demonstrate an understanding of water/fuel management at respective site(s). Perform calculations and communicate results to appropriate personnel. Demonstrate an understanding of upper and lower water/fuel levels, and understand the consequences of operating outside limits at respective site(s). : 500
---- Schedule outages to minimize downtime for power availability, and to maximize efficiency. : 500
---- Demonstrate an understanding of transmission line contingencies and Transmission line limits per site policies and procedures. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 300
---- Perform plant operator’s duties per Lock Out/Tag Out (LO/TO) procedure. : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge and proficiency to perform operator actions during blackout conditions; perform “Black Start” operations. : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of emergency action plan. Independently perform emergency action plan (if necessary). : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of proper response to environmental emergency. Respond using formal communication protocol (3-part communication), proper spill or emergency containment according to policies and procedures (if applicable). : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of proper response to a fire condition. Respond to a fire condition (if necessary). : 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of terrorist threat identification, and procedure for contacting proper authorities. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrate ability to identify proper use of life safety system during emergency and normal/standby plant operations. : 100
---- Demonstrate proper response to/identification of all applicable plant Evacuation alarms. : 100
New Hours 100

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- Basic Industrial Safety or OSHA 10-Hour General Industry course : 32
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 32
---- Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LO/TO) : 32
---- National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) Arc Flash Training : 32
---- Fall Prevention : 32
---- Proper Lifting Techniques : 32
---- Confined Space Safety : 32
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 32
---- First Aid : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 94
---- Elementary Blueprint Reading and Sketching : 94
---- Blueprint Reading and Sketching for Electricians : 94
---- Electrical Circuit Diagrams : 94
---- Reading Specifications and Technical Manuals : 94
---- Fundamentals of Electricity, Basic and Advanced : 94
---- The Role of Hydroelectric in the Power System : 94
---- Hydro Power Stations : 94
---- Water Management : 94
---- Hydro Turbines : 94
---- Turbine Monitoring & Control : 94
---- Hydro Generators : 94
---- Generator Monitoring & Control : 94
---- Plant Auxiliaries : 94
---- Electrical Equipment Operation : 94
---- Hydroelectric Plant Operation & Maintenance : 94
---- Standard Switching Procedures and Practices : 94
---- Power Plant Science : 94
---- Rotating Plant Equipment (Pumps, Compressors, and Fans) : 94
---- Non-Rotating Equipment (Valves, Heat Exchangers, and Filters & Strainers) : 94
---- Troubleshooting Techniques : 94
---- Motor Control Centers (MCCs) & Switchgear (15Kv and below) : 94
---- Cooling & Lubrication : 94
---- Generator Operations & Control : 94
---- Line Grounding Methods : 94
---- Mechanical Plant Systems : 94
---- Monitoring & Control Communications : 94
---- Instrumentation & Control : 94
---- DC Motors & Generators : 94
---- Transformer Theory : 94
---- AC Generators : 94
---- Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Theory & Operation : 94
---- Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) Power Plant Operations Course : 94
---- Power Transmission (Transmission & Distribution Breakers and Switches, System Voltage Control, and System Frequency & Tie Line Control) : 94
---- System Security : 94
---- Unit Start and Stop : 94
---- New York State Independent System Operator (NYISO) and Transmission System : 94
---- Operator/Generator Operator Policies and Procedures : 94
---- Abnormal Condition Operation : 94
---- Power System Protection, Beginner and Advanced : 94
New Hours 94






#7367 Dock and Wharf Builder



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1,300
---- : 1,300
New Hours 1,300
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hr :
---- First Aid/ CPR/AED :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Confined Space :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Layout :
---- Print Reading :
---- Hand/Power/Engine Driven Tools :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Soil Mechanics :
---- Marine Safety/Seamanship :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to Formwork :
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Form Hardware :
---- Bridge Forms :
---- Piers, Pier & Pile Caps, Columns :
---- Wall Forms :
---- Gang Forms :
---- Slab & Deck Forms :
---- Precast :
---- Footing Forms :
---- Stair Forms :
---- Concrete, Grout, Epoxy :
---- Specialty Forms :
---- Underwater Formwork :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Types of Piling :
---- Crane & Rig Identification & Setup :
---- Pile Driving Accessories :
---- Pile Driving Hammers :
---- Wood Piling :
---- Concrete Piling :
---- Steel Piling :
---- Composite Piling :
---- Cast in Place Piling, :
---- Plastic Piling :
---- Test Pile and Pile Load Testing, :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to False work :
---- Types of Foundation Systems :
---- Types of Shoring :
---- Types of Underpinning :
---- Cofferdams, Cells :
---- Caissons and Drilled Shafts :
---- Shoring, Lagging, Tiebacks :
---- Pin Piles, Earth Nails, Geotextiles :
---- De-watering :
---- Shoring for Horizontal Boring :
---- Slurry Systems, Cutoff walls, Tremie Pours :
---- Structural Retrofit :
---- Trenching :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Timber Construction :
---- Trestles/Pile Bents :
---- Work Templates, Platforms :
---- Mats and Cribbing :
---- Flumes, Culverts, Irrigation Systems :
---- Bulkheads :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Cutting & Burning :
---- Introduction To Welding :
---- Plasma Cutting :
---- Air Arc Gouging :
---- Field Cutting Techniques :
---- Field Welding Techniques :
---- Layout, Fit up, Fabrication :
---- Plastic Welding :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rigging & Signaling Qualification Certificate :
---- Layout Instruments :
---- Powder Actuated Tools :
---- Advanced Pile Driver Rigging Techniques :
---- HazMat :
---- Lead Abatement :
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification :
---- Aerial Lift Qualification :
---- Scaffold Erector Qualification :
New Hours






#7360 CNC Sawyer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace policies, procedures, etc. : 100
---- Describe workplace structure and workflow. : 100
---- Practice working safely around machines and throughout workspace. : 100
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace safety plans. : 100
---- Learn proper body mechanics for work tasks. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 600
---- Develop familiarity with materials, e.g., stone, plastic, wood, and their properties/characteristics. : 600
---- Ready material for use: transport to appropriate shopfloor locations; prep material prior to work operation(s); place materials on work “tables” utilizing appropriate manual and/or mechanical methods. : 600
---- Read and interpret job orders. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 400
---- Demonstrate an understanding of spec sheets and blueprints (if applicable). : 400
---- Learn basics/use Cartesian/rectangular coordinate system. : 400
---- Learn and understand polar coordinate system (if applicable). : 400
---- Learn and understand positioning systems. : 400
---- Learn and understand CNC Codes: g-codes and m-codes. : 400
---- Demonstrate knowledge of CNC program elements: program Safe-start; material removal; and program ending. : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 1000
---- Become familiar with basic components of CNC saws, such as: Machine Control Unit (MCU), or CNC Control Pendant; work table, or “bench”; head or spindle(s); bridge; axis(-es); saw blades. : 1000
---- Enter/input CNC program on MCU; identify parts of program. : 1000
---- Make production runs, including material setup, machine setup, and material removal. : 1000
---- Complete all necessary documentation. : 1000
---- Troubleshoot production issues. : 1000
---- Perform Quality Control (if applicable). : 1000
---- Perform preventive maintenance. : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- General Workplace Safety : 32
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 32
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – MUST comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 32
---- Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LO/TO) : 32
---- First Aid and CPR : 32
New Hours 32






#7362 Electrical Discharge Machine (EDM) -Wire and Sinker Programmer/Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1000
---- Reading blueprints and schematic drawings. : 1000
---- Understanding machining concepts/ Understanding manufacturing processes. : 1000
---- Using machining tools, including: drill presses, manual lathes, grinders, manual mills, Computer Numerical Control (CNC) mills, CNC lathes (if available). : 1000
---- Using hand tools and instruments, such as: clamps, allen wrenches, adjustable wrenches, dial indicators, calipers, micrometers, gage blocks, and manual Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 2500
---- Interpreting design drawings (design by others). : 2500
---- Programming specifications using Computer-Aided Design (CAD)/ Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software. : 2500
---- Machining electrodes from raw stock, such as: graphite, copper-coated graphite, various metals. : 2500
---- Calculating number of electrodes needing fashioning based on type of machining job, material(s) being used. : 2500
New Hours 2500
Total Hours 1500
---- Designing fixtures to support workpieces, using machining methods and hand tools when necessary. : 1500
---- Loading CNC-programmed designs into machinery. : 1500
---- Affixing wire electrode spools and threading through guides prior to operation. : 1500
---- Selecting proper wires and guides based on application. : 1500
---- Filling and servicing EDM reservoirs, pumps and filters. : 1500
---- Drilling through-holes to accommodate EDM wire. : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 2500
---- Initiating machining process. : 2500
---- Monitoring workstations while machining is performed. : 2500
---- Interrupting machining to insert/replace used electrodes. : 2500
---- Conducting in-process inspection: Utilizing gage (gauge) blocks; Using micrometers and calipers; Operating Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM); running standard program; Reading instrumentation to check the desired dimensions and tolerances. : 2500
---- Adjusting production process to incorporate changes needed to improve finished product. : 2500
New Hours 2500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 24
---- General Workplace Safety : 24
---- Forklift Safety : 24
---- First Aid & CPR : 24
---- Right-to-Know/Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) : 24
---- Proper Use of All Trade-Related Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 24
---- Bloodborne Pathogens : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 32
---- Reading Blueprints and Schematic Drawings Interpreting Design Drawings : 32
---- Math Fundamentals : 32
---- Estimating : 32
---- Geometric Dimensioning Tolerancing (GDT) : 32
---- Basics of Computer-Aided Design (CAD) : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 64
---- Machining Concepts/ Manufacturing Processes including hands-on instruction : 64
---- Machining Tools, Equipment, and Materials : 64
---- Fixture Design and Manufacturing : 64
---- Metallurgy / Material Science : 64
---- Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Programming Precision Measurement: Tools and Methods: Manual, Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) : 64
New Hours 64






#7357 Cabinetmaker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1430
---- : 1430
New Hours 1430
Total Hours 1,625
---- : 1,625
New Hours 1,625
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 750
---- Industry Orientation : 750
---- OSHA 10-Hour : 750
---- First Aid/CPR/AED : 750
---- Hand and Portable tools : 750
---- Math for the Trades : 750
---- Print Reading/Shop Drawings : 750
---- Layout : 750
---- Joinery : 750
---- Diversity Training : 750
---- Green Awareness : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 1200
---- Table Saw : 1200
---- Radial Arm Saw : 1200
---- Band Saw : 1200
---- Miter Saw : 1200
---- Panel Saw : 1200
---- Jointer : 1200
---- Planer : 1200
---- Shaper : 1200
---- Panel Router : 1200
---- Pin Router : 1200
---- Edge Bander : 1200
---- Boring Machines : 1200
---- Case Clamp : 1200
---- Pedestal Grinder : 1200
---- Sanding Machines : 1200
---- Dowel Inserter : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1200
---- Gluing & Clamping, Inserting Dowels : 1200
---- Plastic Laminating : 1200
---- Assembling Standard Casework : 1200
---- Assembling Architectural Cabinets : 1200
---- Assembling Drawers : 1200
---- Sash, Doors & Jambs, and Wainscot : 1200
---- Stairs : 1200
---- Solid Surface Fabrication : 1200
---- Wood Laminating : 1200
---- Building Fitted Shipping Containers : 1200
---- Doors Sub-Assembly : 1200
---- Windows Sub-Assembly : 1200
---- Stairs Sub-Assembly : 1200
---- Louvers Sub-Assembly : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 400
---- Surface Preparation : 400
---- Surface Finishing : 400
---- Finishing Solid Surface : 400
---- Applying Finished Materials : 400
---- Staining & Painting : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 1275
---- Millwork : 1275
---- Casework & Store Fixtures : 1275
---- Windows and Doors : 1275
---- Stairs : 1275
---- Solid Surface Materials : 1275
---- Institutional Fixtures : 1275
---- Spiral Stairs : 1275
---- Glass Products : 1275
---- Metal Moldings & Fitting : 1275
---- Decorative Laminates : 1275
---- Modular and Patented Systems : 1275
---- Custom Exhibits : 1275
---- Pop-up Exhibits : 1275
---- Platforms and Staging : 1275
---- Pipe and Drapes : 1275
---- Table Tops and Skirting : 1275
---- Columns and Bunting : 1275
New Hours 1275






#7358 Bridge Carpenter-Heavy Highway



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hand & Power Tools :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Hazardous Material Handling :
---- Concrete Composition :
---- Mixtures & Additives :
---- Repairs & Slab Troubleshooting :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Abutment & Bridges :
---- Concrete Design and Specialty Applications :
---- Grinding, Polishing & Sealing :
New Hours






#7359 Carpenter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-hour :
---- First Aid/CPR/AED :
---- Hand, Portable Power & Stationary Tools :
---- Print Reading :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Materials and Fasteners :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Layout :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Insulation & Sound Control :
---- Water & Vapor Barrier :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Footing Forms :
---- Slab Forms :
---- Wall Forms :
---- Columns, Beams, and Girders :
---- Stair Forms :
---- Building Layout :
---- Piers, Pier Caps, Pile Caps :
---- Tilt Up & Precast Panels :
---- Gang Forms :
---- Slab & Deck Forms :
---- Slip Forms :
---- ICFs Walls and Decks :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Joist Framing & Layout :
---- Wall Layout, Plating & Detailing :
---- Walls :
---- Truss Roof Framing :
---- Gable Roof Framing :
---- Hip & Intersecting Roof Framing :
---- Patios & Decks :
---- Stair Framing :
---- Heavy Timber Framing :
---- Wood Blocking :
---- Elevator and Utility Shafts :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material/Fasteners Identification Metal Framing Layout :
---- Floor Joists, Decks, & Walls :
---- Ceiling Joists, Trusses, & Rafters :
---- Metal Stairs :
---- Heavy Load Construction :
---- Metal Blocking :
---- Elevator and Utility Shafts :
---- Specialty Framing :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Siding :
---- Roof Covering :
---- Exterior Doors & Windows :
---- Weather-proofing :
---- Trims, Gutters & Components :
---- Installation of Pre-built Panels :
---- EIFS Systems :
---- Standing Seam Roofs :
---- Commercial Doors :
---- Commercial Windows :
---- Roll Up & Retractable Doors :
---- Store Front Trims& Components :
---- Handicap Access :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Drywall Installation :
---- Paneling :
---- Trim :
---- Shelving & Misc. Fixtures :
---- Cabinet Installation :
---- Countertop Installation :
---- Solid Surface Installation :
---- Stair Installation :
---- Wood Flooring :
---- Office Systems :
---- Store Fixtures :
---- Handicap Hardware :
---- Commercial Door Hardware :
---- Demountable Partitions :
---- Wall Coverings :
---- Ceiling Systems :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Transit/Level :
---- Laser Level :
---- Scaffold Erector Qualification :
---- Introduction to Welding :
---- Oxy/Acetylene Cutting Torch :
---- Powder Actuated Tools :
New Hours






#7352 Centerless Grinder Machinist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace procedures, policies, etc. : 200
---- Describe workplace structure, workflow, and relation of trade to workflow. : 200
---- Practice working safely around machines and throughout shopfloor. : 200
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace safety plans, proper lifting and moving procedures. : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 800
---- Describe grinding process. : 800
---- Demonstrate basic knowledge of primary machining equipment, For example: MONZA, Cincinnati, PALMARY centerless grinders. : 800
---- Work with a variety of hand tools, including but not limited to: box wrenches, crescent wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers, allen wrenches, scales, micrometers. : 800
---- Change abrasive wheels using proper rigging techniques. : 800
---- Dispose of spent abrasive wheels per employer protocols. : 800
---- Reinstall proper abrasive wheels. : 800
---- “Dress” and “True” replacement abrasive wheels; use machinists stethosccope, arbors, lubricants (e.g., Never-Seez). : 800
---- Change regulating wheels as needed. : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- General Workplace Safety : 32
---- First Aid & CPR : 32
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 32
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 32
---- Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LO/TO) : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training : 32
New Hours 32






#7353 Acoustical Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 245
---- : 245
New Hours 245
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975
Total Hours 975
---- : 975
New Hours 975

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Industry Orientation :
---- General Safety :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- OSHA 30-Hour :
---- First Aid/CPR :
---- Materials & Handling :
---- Print Reading I :
---- Print Reading II :
---- Layout :
---- Math for the Trades :
---- Hand Tools :
---- Portable Power Tools :
---- Codes and Standards :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Infection Control Risk Assessment ICRA Best Practices in Health Care Construction :
---- Fastening Systems :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Ergonomics :
---- Laser Safety :
---- Diversity Training :
---- Green Awareness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- (Intro to) Metal Wall Framing :
---- Soffits :
---- Metal Jambs & Window Frames :
---- Access Floors :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Drywall Application :
---- Sound & Fire Systems :
---- Pre-finished Drywall :
---- Fire Stop :
---- Plaster :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Intro to Ceiling Systems :
---- Exposed Grids :
---- Framed drywall :
---- Drywall grid :
---- Acoustical soffits :
---- Concealed grid :
---- Open grid :
---- Custom Ceiling Trims and moldings :
---- Metal systems :
---- Rated Ceilings :
---- Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum & Concrete :
---- Specialty/Curved Ceilings :
---- Clean Room Grid :
---- Clouds & Channels :
New Hours






#7354 CNC Tool and Cutter Grinder



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace procedures, policies, etc. : 100
---- Describe workplace structure and workflow. : 100
---- Practice working safely around machines and throughout shopfloor. : 100
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace safety plans. : 100
---- Properly perform physical work tasks. : 100
---- Identify common machining and grinding equipment, such as: CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining centers, CNC grinding machines. Identify manual lathes, mills, drill presses, grinders (if applicable). : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 1500
---- Demonstrate understanding of engineering drawings; explain and describe components, such as: line types, views, symbols, and notations(s), especially tolerances. : 1500
---- Learn and demonstrate an understanding of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD &T). : 1500
---- Develop an understanding of/demonstrate ability to utilize Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software to design cutting tools. : 1500
---- Identify and understand geometric elements of cutting tools (e.g., end mills). : 1500
---- Become familiar with all manner of substrates and coatings. : 1500
---- Use shop math, such as decimals and basic geometry. : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1000
---- Identify CNC grinder parts, especially wheel shapes, abrasive types, workholding pieces. : 1000
---- Operate manual grinders (for example: Astro, Brown & Sharp, and Cincinnati). : 1000
---- Dress and true abrasive wheels and wheel measurement (where applicable). : 1000
---- Work with a variety of hand and inspection tools, such as: screwdrivers, pliers, box wrenches, micrometers, calipers, indicators, comparators. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 100
---- Prepare blanks for grinding using automatic grinders, e.g., Peel/Plunge grinders. : 100
---- Learn CNC grinder controls and software basics, e.g., standard navigation. : 100
---- Operate CNC tool and cutter grinders to grind cutting tools, including transferring programs from PC. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 3800
---- Learn and use various tool and cutter software programs to set-up CNC operation, including simulation. : 3800
---- Pick and dress proper wheels for part(s) to be manufactured. : 3800
---- Set-up and run regrinds for cutting tools (if applicable). : 3800
---- Create engineering drawings of parts to be ground. : 3800
---- Write programs for tool grinding/manufacturing from scratch, including wheel selection, dressing, and measuring. : 3800
---- Run tool and cutter grinder jobs independently and make adjustments. : 3800
New Hours 3800

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- General Workplace Safety : 32
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 32
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 32
---- Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LO/TO) : 32
New Hours 32






#7355 Narrow Web Flexographic Press Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Learn and practice employer-specific safety protocols : 200
---- Demonstrate proper safety procedures when handling, using, storing and disposing of chemicals used in flexographic printing : 200
---- Acquire basic knowledge of shop equipment, tools and terminology : 200
---- Learn base substrates (e.g. paper, films, liners, base laminations) : 200
---- Understand proper Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LOTO) procedures : 200
---- Demonstrate proper lifting techniques : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 400
---- Understand proper ink technology (Water Base, UV Cure, Solvent, etc.) associated with flexographic printing : 400
---- Load and unload roll stock per procedure : 400
---- Verify accuracy of substrate and footage to the appropriate job : 400
---- Check for damage in transit/printing line (if applicable) : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 400
---- Understand proper color technology, ink variation: ultra-violet vs. water-base, ink adhesion, curing, varnish application and die cutting : 400
---- Examine job orders; verify quantity to be printed, stock specifications, colors, inks, varnish and die cutting, perforation, lineal scoring, etc. special printing instructions : 400
---- Obtain and verify required materials : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 950
---- Obtain or mix inks and fill ink fountains/stations : 950
---- Remove particles of dust or dried ink from plate : 950
---- Understand tension controls, splicing methods and how to adjust : 950
---- Verify that paper/ adhesive varnish meets the specifications for a given job : 950
---- Collect and inspect random samples during print runs to identify any necessary adjustments : 950
---- Demonstrate running solid color, screens/halftones, process- color and multi-color work using pantone matching system (PMS) colors : 950
---- Change press plates, splices, or cylinders as required : 950
New Hours 950
Total Hours 1000
---- Adjust press throughout production run to maintain specific registration and color density : 1000
---- Understand the proper equipment and tools used in the print stations (use of printing plates, rollers, inks) : 1000
---- Demonstrate proper die handling and die maintenance : 1000
---- Demonstrate proper drying and curing of ink and varnish : 1000
---- Adjust bulbs, electron beam, etc. as needed : 1000
---- Become familiar with personal tools and their use on the press line (Allen wrenches, rulers, calculators, hammer, flashlight, magnifying glass) : 1000
---- Monitor printing process on control panel or computer monitor (if available), adjust press manually and/or electronically : 1000
---- Monitor automated press operation and defect detection systems and respond to fault, error, or alert messages : 1000
---- Troubleshoot potential press/print defects and make proper adjustments : 1000
---- Verify strips to appropriate target : 1000
---- Meet and maintain various quality and functionality test requirements (e.g. barcode scanning, tape rub tests, etc.) : 1000
---- Complete all applicable paperwork and electronic functions : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 850
---- Clean ink fountains, plates, or printing unit cylinders (plate and impression cylinders) when press runs are completed : 850
---- Understand how to thoroughly inspect and clean fountain roller, as well as the anilox roller : 850
---- Identify natural wear & tear on doctor blades, along with proper cleaning procedure post-operation : 850
---- Lubricate press : 850
---- Identify and repair minor mechanical malfunctions : 850
---- Perform preventive maintenance on press and auxiliary equipment and record data : 850
New Hours 850

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 24
---- Basic Shop Safety : 24
---- Basic Machine Safety : 24
---- Basic Lock-Out/Tag-Out Procedures : 24
---- Using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 24
---- Safe Handling, Use, Storage and Disposal of All Trade-Related Chemicals and Materials : 24
---- Familiarization with SDS (Right to Know) : 24
---- Local, State and Federal Guidelines Affecting the Printing Industry (if applicable) : 24
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Basic Arithmetic & Measurement : 24
---- Trade Math (including computing percentages, weights and measures; calculating amounts of ink and paper needed to do a job), press count calculations : 24
---- Applications to the Trade : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 72
---- Introduction to the Principles of Mechanics : 72
---- Color Theory : 72
---- Electronics (including proper in-line press equipment, narrow web vs. wide web) : 72
---- Materials of the Trade (Inks, Papers, Film and Various Substrates) : 72
---- Introduction to the Flexographic Printing Process and Associated Equipment : 72
---- Printing Operations : 72
---- Troubleshooting; “bounces & repeats”, registration and other press problems : 72
---- Preventative Maintenance : 72
New Hours 72






#7356 Boat Builder



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 325
---- : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 715
---- : 715
New Hours 715
Total Hours 1950
---- : 1950
New Hours 1950
Total Hours 1820
---- : 1820
New Hours 1820

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Orientation :
---- OSHA 10-Hour :
---- CPR/First Aid/AED :
---- Construction Fall Protection :
---- Safety Data Sheets :
---- Standards & Codes :
---- Print Reading :
---- Green Awareness :
---- Diversity Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Material Recognition :
---- Material handling and Lumber Storage :
---- Hand and Power Tools :
---- Millwork Equipment :
---- Sealer and Finishing Materials :
---- Fasteners & Hardware :
---- Equipment Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Member Fabrication :
---- Main Timber Assembly :
---- Planking and Ceiling :
---- Super-structure installation :
---- Decking and Flooring :
---- Lofting :
---- Glass Work :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Mast, Boom, and Bowsprit Fabrication :
---- Fit and Secure Spar Fittings :
---- Protective Coating Application :
---- Engine and Mechanical System Installation :
---- Staging and Launching :
---- Repairs and Maintenance :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Rigging :
---- Welding :
---- Machinery Alignment :
New Hours






#7349 Marine Services Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 150
---- Learn and practice employer-specific safety protocols. : 150
---- Wear clothing suitable for marine/at-sea environments. : 150
---- Learn basic seamanship theory and nautical terminology. : 150
---- Describe preparations for possible maritime emergencies, such as: sinking at sea, recovery of “man” overboard, fire, preparing for rough weather. : 150
---- Learn visual distress signals, e.g., hand-held flares, signal mirrors, flames, and smoke on deck. : 150
---- Become familiar with Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRBs). : 150
---- Demonstrate Heat Escape Lessening Posture (H.E.L.P.) and describe its role in delaying hypothermia. : 150
---- Demonstrate donning, maintaining, and storing an immersion Suit. : 150
---- Describe steps to follow in event of a vessel sinking and abandoning a vessel. : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 1000
---- Identify and explain basic components of vessel systems: propulsion; steering; fuel; bilge; AC electrical; DC electrical; cooling; heating; hydraulic. : 1000
---- Demonstrate understanding of inspection schedule. : 1000
---- Learn to handle a vessel by understanding maritime theory and fundamentals, such as: Effect of wind and current; Propeller design and effect of propeller return; Rudder design and function; Vessel response to rudder; Close quarters turning; Dock line identification and handling; Landing and getting underway from a pier (with current, too); Twin screw theory; and Steering a compass course. : 1000
---- Learn, diagram, and demonstrate elements of towing: astern and alongside. : 1000
---- Write a Float Plan. : 1000
---- Prepare a (mock) medical assistance form. : 1000
---- Know procedure used to facilitate a helicopter evacuation. : 1000
---- Demonstrate procedure for receiving and operating a helo-dropped United States Coast Guard (USCG) dewatering pump. : 1000
---- Diagram typical USCG search patterns. : 1000
---- Learn and employ (when necessary) all manner of meteorologic Concepts, such as: clouds; barometers, weather symbols and maps; National Weather Service (NWS) forecasts; weather events, e.g., thunderstorms, lightning, hurricanes. : 1000
---- Define terms related to a vessel’s stability and loss of stability. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn and demonstrate safe working practices around a marina. : 1000
---- Wear appropriate wet weather and cold weather gear. : 1000
---- Learn procedures used to maximize marina revenue and marina upland storage yard capacity; measure space needed to store a boat using a travel lift. : 1000
---- Demonstrate blocking technique for various sizes of vessels. : 1000
---- Learn and demonstrate proper hand signals for travel lift and forklift operations. : 1000
---- Lift, move, and block a boat using the travel lift, and a forklift. : 1000
---- Maintain a floating dock. : 1000
---- Tie up vessels of various sizes. : 1000
---- Properly maintain marina’s buildings, docks, and equipment. : 1000
---- Prepare marina for storms. : 1000
---- Learn and employ marina security processes. : 1000
---- Demonstrate trailer operations, such as: securing a trailer, securing a boat to the trailer, etc. : 1000
---- Pressure wash boat bottom(s). : 1000
---- Prepare and paint boat bottom(s), using a paint sprayer and wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). : 1000
---- Clean, wax, apply and remove compound from boat hull(s). : 1000
---- Shrink wrap boats; perform all winterizing activities. : 1000
---- Step or un-step a sailboat mast assembly. : 1000
---- Write up service orders; use work order program (if applicable). : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn to use a mariner’s compass. : 1000
---- Learn and describe basic navigational aids: Buoys: International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation And Lighthouse Authorities (IALA) and Uniform State Waterway Marking System (USWMS); Lights; Day beacons; Primary and secondary seacoast lights; Fog signals; and Range markers. : 1000
---- Learn, describe, and use knowledge regarding tides, such as: tide tables, tidal current tables. : 1000
---- Demonstrate use of a Coast Pilot, : 1000
---- Use chart catalogues, light lists, and Local Notice(s) to Mariners to aid navigation. : 1000
---- Learn to read nautical charts in detail. : 1000
---- Learn and employ basic piloting procedures, including course, heading, speed, and distance. : 1000
---- Employ dead reckoning to establish vessel location (position). : 1000
---- Learn and use all manner of electrical and manual tactics to determine vessel position. : 1000
---- Construct and follow a “cruise plan”. : 1000
---- Communicate lifesaving procedures and plan to passengers (if applicable). : 1000
---- Demonstrate ability to don appropriate Personal Flotation Devices (PFDs). : 1000
---- Learn and tie common knots. : 1000
---- Describe and demonstrate different anchoring methods. : 1000
---- Handle a small boat. : 1000
---- Learn and use Convention on the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea (COLREGS) for both inland and inter- national vessel traffic. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn principles of internal combustion gasoline engines and diesel engines. : 1000
---- Identify engine components. : 1000
---- Differentiate between four-stroke and two-stroke principles and operation. : 1000
---- Learn principles and components of starting systems, ignition systems, fuel systems, and propeller performance. : 1000
---- Diagnose and troubleshoot propulsion system issues utilizing Hand tools, including but not limited to: wrenches, mechanics’ tools, torque wrenches, computerized testers, and engine-specific “special tools”. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn basic electrical theory, including current, circuits, and marine batteries. : 1000
---- Learn American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) specifications And USCG rules regarding marine wiring. : 1000
---- Use various electricians’ tools, such as: pliers, crimpers, strippers, multimeters, etc., to make connections, repairs, and troubleshoot electrical issues. : 1000
---- Work on various electrical components on vessel(s), e.g., lights, bilge pump, bilge ventilator. : 1000
---- Work on marine engine and engine mounted electrical components. : 1000
---- Learn gauge terminology, gauge functions, and troubleshoot gauges. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Become familiar with various marine electronic components, including but not limited to: VHF/FM radiotelephones, Single Sideboard Radios (SSBs), radar, Global Positioning Systems (GPS), and EPIRBs. : 1000
---- Operate and troubleshoot electronic components. : 1000
---- Learn, use, and reference National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) Standards while working with vessel electronics. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Use plumber and pipefitter tools and skills to perform pipe and tubing work commonly found on boats. : 1000
---- Use various hand tools, such as saws, sanders, grinders, to make repairs to fiberglass hulls. : 1000
---- Learn components of vessel hydraulic system(s); troubleshoot and perform repairs. : 1000
---- Learn components of refrigeration system(s); perform diagnostic testing and troubleshoot system(s). : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn metal components of vessel hulls. : 1000
---- Wear appropriate welding-specific PPE. : 1000
---- Set up and operate oxy-acetylene welding equipment: prepare joints, braze, weld joints, cut steel plate(s). : 1000
---- Set up, operate, and test welds performed using Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW or “stick”); Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW or “MIG”); Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW or “TIG”). : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- General Workplace Safety and Emergency Procedures : 32
---- First Aid & CPR : 32
---- Proper Use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Marine environments, Spray Painting, Welding : 32
---- Maritime Emergency Procedures : 32
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 32
---- Proper Lifting Techniques : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 32
New Hours 32






#7350 Professional Brewer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 491
---- : 491
New Hours 491
Total Hours 399
---- : 399
New Hours 399
Total Hours 399
---- : 399
New Hours 399
Total Hours 399
---- : 399
New Hours 399

Technical Instruction








#7351 Optics Manufacturing Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#7344 Ironworker Reinforcing Concrete



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1200
---- Oxyacetylene welding : 1200
---- Shielded metal arc welding : 1200
---- Flux core arc welding : 1200
---- Gas tungsten arc welding : 1200
---- Structure and types of metals and welding materials : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1200
---- Rigging with fiber line : 1200
---- Rigging with wire rope : 1200
---- Rigging with chains : 1200
---- Using rigging hardware : 1200
---- Reeving : 1200
---- Rigging with slings : 1200
---- Specialized rigging : 1200
---- Miscellaneous rigging equipment : 1200
---- Material handling power equipment : 1200
---- Loading and unloading trucks : 1200
---- Lattice boom crane : 1200
---- Tower crane : 1200
---- Kangaroo crane : 1200
---- Derricks : 1200
---- Chicago boom : 1200
---- Overhead crane : 1200
---- Gantry crane : 1200
---- Crane communications : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1600
---- Principles and theories of pre-stressed concrete : 1600
---- Principles and theories of post-tensioning : 1600
---- Components of post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Components of stressing equipment : 1600
---- Tools and equipment used to install, stress, grout, and finish post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Unloading, handling and storage of post-tensioning components : 1600
---- Layout and installation of single strand unbonded post-tensioning systems and components : 1600
---- Preparation, stressing and finishing of single strand unbonded post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Components and special requirements for encapsulated systems : 1600
---- Layout and installation of multi-strand post-tensioning systems and components : 1600
---- Preparation, stressing and finishing of multi-strand post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Layout and installation of bar post-tensioning systems and components : 1600
---- Preparation, stressing and finishing of bar post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Grouting of bonded post-tensioning systems : 1600
---- Installation, stressing and finishing of post-tensioned barrier cable systems : 1600
---- Troubleshooting and repair of post-tensioning systems and equipment on the job : 1600
New Hours 1600

Technical Instruction








#7345 Railroad Safety Inspector (Level I)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Gain a detailed understanding of the structure of the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA). : 200
---- Gain a detailed understanding of the roles of regional supervisors, specialists, inspectors, and grade crossing managers. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of the FRA’s ethical requirements. : 200
---- Gain a fundamental understanding of the FRA’s statutory authority. : 200
---- Demonstrate an understanding of policy related to personal safety. : 200
---- Gain a fundamental understanding of Operation Lifesaver (OL) and the FRA’s relationship to this organization. : 200
---- Gain a detailed understanding of the roles of the regional administrative staff and support staff. : 200
---- Demonstrate access to and use of the Office of Safety Web Site to obtain summary accident and incident data. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of the reports used by the FRA for investigations. : 200
---- Become proficient at using FRA’s MS Outlook Program. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of personal safety concerns prior to going into a railroad yard, shipping facility, intermodal facility, or tank car shop facility. : 200
---- Complete the Workplace Safety computer generated training program. : 200
---- Understand and apply the elements of an On-Track Safety (OTS) job briefing at a work site. : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Become familiar with all FRA Hazardous Material (HM) Forms. : 200
---- Become familiar with the HM Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the Hazardous Substance & Reportable Quantities (RQ) Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the Marine Pollutant Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the Segregation Table. : 200
---- Become familiar with the requirements regarding the Handling of Placarded Rail Cars. : 200
---- Become familiar with HM Classes/Divisions. : 200
---- Become familiar with the HM requirements regarding Shipping Papers. : 200
---- Identify items required on a shipping paper. : 200
---- Know when shipping paper is required. : 200
---- Gain an understanding of railroad employees who are involved in the transportation of HM. : 200
---- Define/Identify interdepartmental roles and responsibilities that exist at a typical facility that loads/unloads and ships HM. : 200
---- Familiarization of Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG). : 200
---- Identify railroad related associations such as the American Association of Railroads (AAR) and the Bureau of Explosives (BOE). : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 300
---- Become familiar with the CFR Parts enforced by Motive Power and Equipment (MP&E) Inspectors. : 300
---- Become familiar with all FRA MP&E forms and discipline specific reports. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad safety rules that are particular to Maintenance of Equipment employees. : 300
---- Describe the various types of locomotives and their primary applications. : 300
---- Describe the various types of freight cars and their primary uses. : 300
---- Describe the job titles and functions of each principal employee of the Mechanical Department. : 300
---- Identify a standard railroad freight car truck. : 300
---- Describe some of the basic components of a locomotive. : 300
---- Use the AAR standards to describe certain locations of locomotives and cars. : 300
---- Describe some of the basic components of freight or passenger cars. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Become familiar with the CFR Parts enforced by Operating Practices Inspectors. : 300
---- Become familiar with all FRA OP forms and other discipline specific reports. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad safety rules that are particular to Operating Practices employees. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad operating rules. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad operations within a flat switching yard; to include employees, their job functions, how freight is processed through the yard, and how the different departments relate to each other. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of railroad operations within a hump yard; to include employees, their job functions, how freight is processed through the yard, and how the different departments relate to each other. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of main track train operations. : 300
---- Compare switching operations at hump and flat yards. : 300
---- Gain an understanding of train dispatching operations. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 250
---- Become familiar with the CFR Parts enforced by FRA S&TC Inspectors. : 250
---- Brief introduction and understanding of S&TC inspector’s duties. : 250
---- Become familiar with the S&TC Compliance Manual (Technical Manual). : 250
---- Draw an organizational chart of a typical railroad S&TC Department and gain a fundamental understanding of signal system installation and maintenance. : 250
---- Introduction to the various railroad signal systems inspected by S&TC Inspectors. : 250
---- Introduction into basic electricity and Ohms Law. : 250
---- Brief introduction regarding the correct usage of a multi- meter. : 250
---- Introduction of railroad S&TC definitions and terminology. : 250
---- Brief introduction regarding components commonly used in railroad S&TC systems. : 250
New Hours 250

Technical Instruction








#7346 Architectural and Ornamental Ironworker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1200
---- Oxyacetylene welding : 1200
---- Shielded metal arc welding : 1200
---- Flux core arc welding : 1200
---- Gas tungsten arc welding : 1200
---- Structure and types of metals and welding materials : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1200
---- Rigging with fiber line : 1200
---- Rigging with wire rope : 1200
---- Rigging with chains : 1200
---- Using rigging hardware : 1200
---- Reeving : 1200
---- Rigging with slings : 1200
---- Specialized rigging : 1200
---- Miscellaneous rigging equipment : 1200
---- Material handling power equipment : 1200
---- Loading and unloading trucks : 1200
---- Lattice boom crane : 1200
---- Tower crane : 1200
---- Kangaroo crane : 1200
---- Derricks : 1200
---- Chicago boom : 1200
---- Overhead crane : 1200
---- Gantry crane : 1200
---- Crane communications : 1200
New Hours 1200

Technical Instruction








#7347 Motor Boat Mechanic



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Use and care of equipment : 500
---- Shop safety : 500
---- Use and care of hand power tools : 500
---- Use and care of instruction manuals : 500
---- Basic boat electrical system : 500
---- Marine Pumps : 500
---- Compressors : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 900
---- Alternators : 900
---- Generators : 900
---- Troubleshooting: methods of diagnosis; service and repair : 900
---- Ignitions: troubleshooting; service and repair : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 2700
---- Oil and lubrication : 2700
---- Theory of basic engine ½ H.P. to 300 H.P. : 2700
---- Service and repair (all types of power heads, ½ H.P. to 300 H.P.) : 2700
---- Carburetor : 2700
---- Propeller : 2700
New Hours 2700
Total Hours 300
---- Bushing : 300
---- Boring : 300
---- Grinding : 300
---- Thread cutting : 300
New Hours 300

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Trade Math :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Blueprint Reading :
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---- Customer Relations :
---- Technical Writing :
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#7348 Utility Locator/Locator Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of electromagnetic theory as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of a simple circuit as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of signal frequency as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of signal power as it applies to utility locating. : 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding regarding signal distortion. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of the three methods of signal application (direct connect, close induction/clamp & induction). : 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge of basic transmitter operation. : 160
---- Demonstrate proper equipment maintenance procedures. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of common receiver antenna configurations. : 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge of basic receiver operation. : 160
---- Demonstrate proper equipment maintenance procedures. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Satisfactorily delineate the approximate horizontal location of buried facilities. : 160
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of different marking systems. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 816
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the physical utility system(s) being located. : 816
---- Demonstrate a basic understanding of the mapping system for the facility(ies) being located. : 816
New Hours 816
Total Hours 130
---- Correctly identify the most common surface structures of each utility system. : 130
---- Correctly identify different visual evidence of the presence of buried facilities : 130
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge regarding private facilities. : 130
New Hours 130
Total Hours 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of safe work practices. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of emergency response requirements. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the hazards surrounding confined space entry. : 130
New Hours 130
Total Hours 130
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of One-Call regulations and processes for the assigned area of responsibility. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of locate request documentation. : 130
---- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of locate response documentation. : 130
---- Demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of the damage investigation process. : 130
New Hours 130
Total Hours 130
---- Promote positive working relationships with excavators & the public. : 130
New Hours 130

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 64
---- Basic Locator Theory : 64
---- Use and care of a Transmitter : 64
---- Use and care of a Receiver : 64
---- Marking Procedures (APWA) : 64
New Hours 64
Total Hours 192
---- Communications : 192
---- Electric Utilities : 192
---- Water/Reclaimed Water Utilities : 192
---- Sewer Utilities : 192
---- Gas Utilities : 192
---- Visual Observation Skills : 192
---- Safe Work Practices & Regulation : 192
---- One Call Regulation, Documentation and IT : 192
---- Excavator/Customer Relations : 192
---- Locating Pipelines (Operator Qualification) : 192
New Hours 192






#7339 Stationary Engineer-Power House



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1015
---- : 1015
New Hours 1015
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 743
---- : 743
New Hours 743
Total Hours 2475
---- : 2475
New Hours 2475
Total Hours 420
---- : 420
New Hours 420
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 575
---- : 575
New Hours 575
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction








#7340 Experimental Auto (Product Engineering Layout and Assembly)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 440
---- : 440
New Hours 440
Total Hours 2068
---- Engine : 2068
---- Hydramatic Transmission : 2068
---- Standard Transmission : 2068
---- Propeller Shaft : 2068
---- Rear Axle : 2068
---- Front End : 2068
---- Steering Gear : 2068
---- Brakes : 2068
New Hours 2068
Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 650
---- : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 1020
---- : 1020
New Hours 1020
Total Hours 850
---- : 850
New Hours 850
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction








#7341 Structural Metal Fabricator and Fitter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 375
---- Set-up SMAW equipment : 375
---- Evaluate the quality of a SMAW weld : 375
---- Run a stringer bead : 375
---- Perform a butt joint (square) in the four basic positions : 375
---- Perform a butt/groove weld in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 375
---- Perform a lap weld in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 375
---- Perform a t-joint/fillet in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 375
---- Perform a corner joint in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 375
---- Perform an edge joint in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 375
New Hours 375
Total Hours 750
---- Set-up GTAW equipment : 750
---- Evaluate the quality of a GTAW weld : 750
---- Perform a butt/groove weld in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 750
---- Perform a lap weld in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 750
---- Perform a t-joint in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 750
---- Perform a corner joint in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 750
---- Perform an edge joint in the four basic positions (flat, vertical, horizontal, overhead) : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 390
---- Set-up OFC equipment : 390
---- Perform oxyfuel cutting : 390
---- Perform oxyfuel welding : 390
---- Perform oxyfuel brazing : 390
New Hours 390
Total Hours 1500
---- Set-up GMAW equipment : 1500
---- Perform a butt/groove weld in the appropriate position for short arc and/or pulse spray : 1500
---- Perform a lap weld in the appropriate position for short arc and/or pulse spray : 1500
---- Perform a t-joint in the appropriate position for short arc and/or pulse spray : 1500
---- Perform a butt/groove weld in the flat or horizontal position using globular or spray method : 1500
---- Perform a lap weld in the flat or horizontal position using globular or spray method : 1500
---- Perform a t-joint weld in the flat or horizontal position using globular or spray method : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 188
---- Identify types of fiber rope : 188
---- Demonstrate coiling and uncoiling techniques : 188
---- Whip the end of a line : 188
---- Inspect fiber rope : 188
---- Splice fiber rope : 188
---- Demonstrate the ability to tie various types of knots with fiber rope : 188
---- Reeve rope falls : 188
---- Identify types of wire ropes : 188
---- Inspect wire ropes : 188
---- Attach end fittings to wire rope : 188
---- Identify rigging hardware : 188
---- Demonstrate the use of a single choker hitch : 188
---- Demonstrate the use of a double wrap choker hitch : 188
---- Demonstrate the use of a single basket hitch : 188
---- Demonstrate the use of a double wrap basket hitch : 188
---- Inspect and use chains : 188
---- Use an overhead crane : 188
---- Use a jack : 188
---- Use a roller : 188
---- Use a pulling device : 188
---- Operate a fork lift : 188
---- Demonstrate crane signals : 188
New Hours 188
Total Hours 1,125
---- Hand tools : 1,125
---- Measuring devices : 1,125
---- Precision measuring instruments : 1,125
---- Shears : 1,125
---- Punch press : 1,125
---- Drill press : 1,125
---- Grinders : 1,125
---- Bending brakes : 1,125
---- Saws : 1,125
---- Beam drilling line : 1,125
---- Beam punch line : 1,125
---- Plate drilling machine : 1,125
---- Plate cutting machine : 1,125
---- Brakes : 1,125
---- Rolls : 1,125
---- Ironworker : 1,125
New Hours 1,125

Technical Instruction








#7342 Wildland Fire Fighter Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 20
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: Identify and mitigate safety hazards in the work environment, review/write Job Hazard Analysis, and conduct safety briefings during prescribed fire and wildland fire activities. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 1,400
---- Preparedness: physical fitness conditioning, conduct fire ground proficiency drills, obtain weather forecasts and fire intelligence, maintain fire equipment such as tools, vehicles, and pumps, and facility maintenance. Instruct and mentor module crewmembers. : 1,400
---- Fire Suppression: the fire suppression work portion requires 240 hours minimum on each of 2 of the 4 options (Engines, Crews, Aviation, Dozers), 1 of which must be either Engines or Crews. Experience can be gained during initial attack, extended attack, large incidents, fire rehabilitation projects or restoration assignments. : 1,400
---- Fuels Management: the Fuels Management work portion requires 80 hours minimum serving in various functions during the planning, preparation, implementation and monitoring phases of fire use, such as prescribed fire and mechanical/chemical vegetation treatments. : 1,400
New Hours 1,400
Total Hours 10
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: timekeeping, record keeping, fire reports, medical forms, incident check-in and demobilization. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: Fire Management Plans (FMP), Prevention Plan, Pre-attack, Cooperators, Land Use Plans, and Community Wildfire Protection Plans (CWPP). : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 30
---- Examples of activities that qualify for this category include: fire investigation, school/public presentations, issuing permits, and public contacts. : 30
New Hours 30

Technical Instruction








#7343 Ironworker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 175
---- Name and proper use : 175
---- Care : 175
---- Safety : 175
New Hours 175
Total Hours 250
---- Identification : 250
---- Shapes : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 400
---- Light equipment-blocks, ropes, etc. : 400
---- Heavy equipment-derricks, etc. : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 2000
---- Layout : 2000
---- Drilling : 2000
---- Welding-acetylene and electric: cutting and burning : 2000
---- Riveting: selection of proper size and types of rivets; heating rivets; use and care of tools : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 375
---- Sorting materials : 375
---- Distributing : 375
New Hours 375
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 400
---- Hook on : 400
---- Learn signals : 400
---- Learn safety factors : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 500
---- Use of cables and turnbuckles : 500
---- Use of instruments : 500
---- Use of hydraulic jacks : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 900
---- Layout : 900
---- Fit-up : 900
New Hours 900

Technical Instruction








#7336 Teller (Financial)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- Verify and certify customer deposits : 300
---- Place holds on checks, if necessary under Regulations : 300
---- Learn endorsement standards : 300
---- Operate Calculator, Check Protector : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Cash withdrawals from savings – verify proper identification and verify funds are available : 300
---- Change orders-prepare money : 300
---- Cash advances-acquire proper identification from customer and acquire authorization from credit card company : 300
---- Cashed checks-verify proper identification and ascertain possibility of check being returned, get proper identification from supervisor : 300
---- Operate Calculator, Check Protector, computer, and Photocopier : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Make sure funds are collected or available: : 300
---- Personal money orders : 300
---- Bank money orders : 300
---- Cashier checks : 300
---- Travelers Check : 300
---- Operate Calculator, Check Protector, Computer, Typewriter : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Verifying that debits match credits (vice versa) for each transaction : 300
---- Reconciling system totals to cash totals : 300
---- Count cash drawer : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 100
---- Maintain clean and organized area : 100
---- Bait money, dye pack, or other security devices : 100
---- Knowledge of alarm system : 100
---- Robbery procedures : 100
---- Fraud-be aware of check kiting processes and check fraud (also includes internal fraud) : 100
---- Operate Calculator, Check Protector, Computer, Typewriter : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 500
---- Initial two weeks of training unless previous experience is acceptable : 500
---- Regular monthly meeting : 500
---- Bank Secrecy Act training annually : 500
---- Security training : 500
---- Operate Check Protector, Computer : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction








#7337 Locksmith



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 4000
---- Identifying and understanding components and functions of various lock types, including but not limited to: deadbolts, knob locks, lever handle locks, cam locks, mortise locks, interchangeable core cylinders, furniture locks. : 4000
---- Fabricating keys using tools such as: manual key cutters, automatic key cutters, and grinders. Using appropriate key blanks. : 4000
---- Using hand tools to assemble and disassemble locks. : 4000
---- Learning and utilizing key control software (e.g., BEST Access Systems) for re-keying and lock-changing work. : 4000
---- Setting pins in lock cores. : 4000
---- Inventorying keys. Labeling and assigning masters and sub- masters (and any additional key progression if applicable). Collecting, storing, and reassigning keys for use. : 4000
---- Managing and completing work orders. : 4000
---- Fitting keys to locks to ensure quality control. : 4000
New Hours 4000
Total Hours 3500
---- “Changing out” locks. : 3500
---- Picking locks. : 3500
---- Re-installing, maintaining, and repairing various kinds of locks. : 3500
---- Repairing and maintaining components and functionality of keyless entry systems (if applicable), excluding software troubleshooting. : 3500
---- Reading blueprints, specs, and installation instructions. : 3500
---- Performing carpentry work pertinent to locksmithing. : 3500
New Hours 3500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 44
---- General Workplace Safety : 44
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 44
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