#17468 Digital Marketer (Copy)



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13719 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






#13718 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






#13715 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








#13716 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






#13713 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








#13711 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








#13709 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






#13706 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






#13707 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








#13705 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






#13702 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






#13704 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






#13701 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








#13699 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






#13697 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






#13696 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






#13695 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






#13693 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






#13694 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






#13692 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






#13691 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






#13689 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






#13690 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






#13688 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






#13687 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






#13683 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








#13685 Optics Manufacturing Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13681 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






#13679 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








#13675 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








#13677 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








#13673 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








#13674 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








#13669 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








#13671 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






#13667 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






#13666 Commercial and Industrial Designers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13664 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






#13663 Mechanical Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13661 Electronics Engineers, Except Computer



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13662 Industrial Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13660 Computer Hardware Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13658 Architects, Except Landscape and Naval



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13659 Civil Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13655 Tutors



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13656 Shipping, Receiving, and Inventory Clerks



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13657 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13654 Purchasing Managers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13652 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






#13653 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








#13648 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








#13649 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








#13650 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








#13646 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








#13647 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

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#13644 Library Technicians



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13645 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






#13642 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






#13643 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








#13640 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






#13641 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






#13638 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






#13639 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






#13636 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






#13635 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








#13631 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






#13633 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






#13630 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






#13629 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






#13625 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






#13627 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






#13621 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








#13622 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






#13623 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






#13619 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








#13617 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








#13613 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






#13615 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






#13611 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








#13609 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






#13607 Dental Laboratory Technician (Casting)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 160
---- Terminology : 160
---- Classification of removable cast partials : 160
---- Treatment procedures: Clinical and Laboratory : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 500
---- Use of the surveyor : 500
---- Desirable and undesirable undercuts : 500
---- Cast design: Unilateral / Horseshoe / Bilateral / Palatal and lingual bars / Double palatal bar / Kennedy bar / Lower lingual plate : 500
---- Clasp design: Akers / Roach or bar clasp / Back-action clasp / Ring clasp / Combinations / Indirect retainer : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 330
---- New terminology : 330
---- Procedure for producing a refractory cast : 330
---- Use of bead line when constructing upper cast : 330
---- New terminology : 330
---- Freehand waxing technique reviewed : 330
New Hours 330
Total Hours 670
---- Framework outlined on investment cast : 670
---- Wax or plastic patterns selected and placed: Combination of wax patterns and Freehand waxing carved to proper contour for various types of framework on upper lower casts : 670
New Hours 670
Total Hours 670
---- New terminology : 670
---- Spruing maxillary partial denture using a sprue base: Auxiliary sprues attached / Cast attached to sprue base / Main sprue hole filled with wax : 670
---- Investing maxillary partial denture: Casting mandibular partial denture / Pattern coated with surface tension reducing agent for gold or protective coat for chrome alloy / Investment vibrated into casting ring : 670
---- Spruing mandibular partial denture : 670
---- Investing mandibular partial denture : 670
---- Casting: Casting machine balanced and prepared / Investment patterns placed in cold oven or it may be preheated up 10 1200F (follow manufacturer’s recommendations) / Operation of melting equipment / Removal of cast from investment : 670
New Hours 670
Total Hours 670
---- Sprues removed and finished down with coarse stones : 670
---- Framework finished with mounted stones into desired shape and finish : 670
---- Rubber-wheeling: Bars, saddles, and clasps / Rubber point for inside of clasp : 670
---- Polishing compound: Felt wheels and points with high-gloss compound : 670
---- Electrolytic polishing : 670
New Hours 670
Total Hours 500
---- Selecting of teeth : 500
---- Grinding and setting in the necessary teeth for partial dentures : 500
---- Waxing for finish : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Modeling and Sculpturing Tech :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Fundamentals of Accounting :
New Hours
Total Hours 16
---- Fundamentals : 16
---- Trade Safety : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 20
---- History and Background : 20
---- Current Laws and Practices : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours
---- General Office Training :
---- Business Management Principles :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Elementary Inorganic Chemistry :
---- Elementary Biology and Physiology :
---- Dental Histology and Anatomy :
---- Elementary Bacteriology :
---- Prosthetic Applications :
---- Practical Physics :
---- Diseases of the Mouth and Teeth :
---- Developing and Fixing of X-Ray Film :
---- Clinical Assistance :
---- Dental Surgical Assistance :
---- Use and Applications of X-Rays :
New Hours






#13608 Early Childhood Educator



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13605 e-Commerce Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction








#13606 Manager, Food Service



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 2000
---- Business office administration : 2000
---- Maintenance of accounts : 2000
---- Personnel procedures : 2000
---- Preparation of reports : 2000
---- Company policies and procedures : 2000
---- Time management : 2000
---- Sanitation : 2000
---- Security : 2000
---- Employee relations (continuous throughout the program) : 2000
---- Kitchen organization and coordination : 2000
---- Equipment purchasing, etc. : 2000
---- Dining Room Decorations, accoutrements, and furnishings – seasonal changes, etc. : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Planning dining room use : 2000
---- Event and banquet scheduling : 2000
---- Normal reservation policy : 2000
---- Oversight of wine and beverage selection : 2000
---- Customer relations : 2000
New Hours 2000

Technical Instruction








#13604 Information Technology (IT) Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 196
---- Communications : 196
---- Customer Service : 196
---- Diversity : 196
---- Ethics : 196
New Hours 196
Total Hours 196
---- Operating Systems : 196
---- Systems Admin : 196
---- Database Technologies : 196
---- Software Development : 196
---- Network : 196
---- Security : 196
New Hours 196
Total Hours 240
---- : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 240
---- : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 320
---- : 320
New Hours 320
Total Hours 160
---- : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 240
---- : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 160
---- : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 320
---- : 320
New Hours 320
Total Hours 320
---- : 320
New Hours 320
Total Hours 80
---- : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 160
---- : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 8
---- Forms Management : 8
---- Tasks Management : 8
---- Socialization : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Work Process Overview : 8
---- Lessons/Techniques Learned from Training : 8
---- Project Activities : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 14
---- Dialogue regarding learning experiences, problems, needs, and concerns : 14
---- Keep a journal to facilitate discussion : 14
---- Reflect on apprenticeship experience : 14
New Hours 14

Technical Instruction








#13602 Information Technology (IT) Project Manager



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Generate and refine a preliminary project concept definition : 200
---- Determine the business need and feasibility of the project : 200
---- Identify project sponsors who will help obtain resources : 200
---- Create a written business case : 200
---- Create a first cut project charter : 200
---- Identify an appropriate project life cycle (phases, tracks of work & deliverables) and estimate phase transition dates : 200
---- Summarize the project life cycle in a PowerPoint/Visio drawing : 200
---- Perform Post-it note exercise : 200
---- Create a release strategy : 200
---- Obtain formal approval from the project sponsor : 200
---- Confirm management authorization to begin planning : 200
---- Capture issues in an issue log : 200
---- Perform Initiate/Concept phase exit quality gate review : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 100
---- Business case template : 100
---- Life Cycle Chart : 100
---- Project Charter template : 100
---- Post-it note workshop to identify project mission, life cycle phases, tracks of work and deliverables : 100
---- Issue log : 100
---- Quality gate review : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 200
---- Given a project charter, recruit project team members : 200
---- Create a project team organization using matrix (strong or weak) concepts : 200
---- Develop and deliver a presentation describing roles/responsibilities of the project manager, sponsor, skill center managers, project leaders, team members and stakeholders : 200
---- Identify project stakeholders : 200
---- Identify project sponsor : 200
---- Verify that sponsor understands his/her role in the process : 200
---- Identify and document organizational and process issues : 200
---- Close all issues for the phase regarding org structure, roles and process : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 100
---- Project/Matrix organization chart template : 100
---- Roles and responsibility assignment template : 100
---- Issue log template : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 700
---- Given an approved business case create a high level Statement of Work (SOW) or project charter : 700
---- Identify Product Scope document by using: 1) a simple requirements document or 2) QFD breakdown listing performance requirements at primary, secondary and tertiary levels as required : 700
---- Document product specifications (i.e., objective measures of requirements) as required per QFD approach : 700
---- Map product requirements to stakeholder objectives and identify gaps : 700
---- Identify issues and gaps related to functionality (i.e., requires that can be delivered versus requirements requested) : 700
---- Identify Project Scope by creating work breakdown structure (WBS.) : 700
---- Drill down WBS to the activity level : 700
---- Verify that WBS contains all project phases and tracks of work : 700
---- Review project scope with appropriate stakeholders : 700
---- Identify all open scope and requirements issues : 700
---- Close all scope and requirements issues for the phase : 700
---- Per QFD approach, develop a strategy to ensure that requirements are mapped, checked and managed in each of the implementation phases prior to phase exit : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 100
---- Statement of Work (SOW) template QFD requirements list (A.K.A. House of Quality) or simple requirements document : 100
---- Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) template : 100
---- Issue Log : 100
---- Requirements management tools : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 80
---- Select the appropriate change order form/tool : 80
---- Develop a presentation describing the change order process : 80
---- Explain the change order process to all team members and stakeholders : 80
---- Formalize requested changes of scope and requirements by using the change order process : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 20
---- Change order template : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 100
---- Project WBS activities entered into appropriate scheduling tool : 100
---- All activities assigned accountable "owners" : 100
---- All activities estimated for most likely durations or for highly uncertain activities, durations are estimated using three point approach : 100
---- Effort driven activities are estimated by hours/days and prioritized. Required resources are estimated : 100
---- Logic ties are assigned linking all activities creating a network to enable calculation of total float : 100
---- The project schedule is calculated through all phases and tracks of work : 100
---- The project critical path is identified : 100
---- Resources are assigned and the project is rescheduled based upon resource constraints (See Resource Loading below) : 100
---- Phase transition milestones are highlighted (See Quality Planning below) : 100
---- Project contingency time is added as required (see Risk Management below) : 100
---- The project schedule is reviewed against stakeholder requirements : 100
---- The project schedule is reviewed against product requirements : 100
---- The team feels ownership of the schedule : 100
---- Schedule issues are closed during the planning phase(s) : 100
---- Baseline dates are set : 100
---- The project schedule is published and communicated to stakeholders : 100
---- The change control/change order process is applied to the project schedule following the planning phase(s) : 100
---- Rolling wave planning (i.e., progressive detailing) is performed during the execution phases as required : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Anticipating Problems Workshop is delivered. A document listing prioritized risks, owners and removal/mitigation strategies is produced : 100
---- For high uncertainty activities, Monte Carlo techniques or three point estimates are applied to determine required schedule contingency : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Assign resources to WBS activities using the assumption of the "normal and efficient use of resources" : 100
---- Produce an exception report showing resource shortfalls : 100
---- Resolve resource/staffing issues to ensure the project has adequate headcount : 100
---- Lock schedule, scope and resources so that a challenging but achievable schedule is created : 100
---- Review resource requirements with stakeholders and secure approval : 100
---- Secure resource commitments to the project from functional skill areas/contractors (see Budget below) : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- A process of Quality Gates and phase reviews are scheduled at phase exit dates : 100
---- Sufficiency criteria for each phase are identified with appropriate metrics : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Enter Project Cost Elements and budget into Portfolio Dashboard tool : 100
---- Assign rates to Cost elements : 100
---- Extend project costs over a time phased budget and create Budget at Complete (BAC) : 100
---- Review summary time phased budget with stakeholders : 100
---- Create business case : 100
---- Receive budget approval and authorization to begin work : 100
---- All budget issues resolved : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Calculate Total float for each activity : 100
---- Create S Curve of activity completions : 100
---- Create quality gate sufficiency metrics (including requirements) for each project phase : 100
---- Create S Curve of Project Budget : 100
---- Develop baseline reporting metrics using graphical tools are created for key deliverables such as configurations, data records, testing, reports, forms, etc. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- A communications plan is created for medium to large scale projects : 100
---- A change management plan is created for project leading to significant organizational change : 100
---- Planned Commitments: Process Tools and Techniques : 100
---- Work Breakdown Structure : 100
---- Requirements document and or QFD requirements worksheet : 100
---- Activity duration estimate using three point estimate approach : 100
---- Activity effort estimate using three point estimate approach : 100
---- Project Scheduling software : 100
---- Monte Carlo Techniques/Three point estimates : 100
---- Anticipating Problems Workshop : 100
---- Quality Gates, sufficiency criteria and metrics : 100
---- Budget/EAC : 100
---- Total Float : 100
---- Critical path : 100
---- S Curve of activity completions : 100
---- Budget S curve : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 700
---- Project team meetings occur regularly. Performance metrics are presented at those meetings and performance shortfalls are flagged : 700
---- Project metrics are used in project reviews with the project sponsor and senior stakeholders : 700
---- Tracking of the schedule adherence is performed routinely. : 700
---- Variances are flagged : 700
---- Baseline and actual star/finish dates and percent complete are recorded on a scheduling tool : 700
---- The project schedule is recalculated each week highlighting projected variances versus plan and total float : 700
---- Activity completion S-Curves (actual versus plan) are used and updated on a weekly basis : 700
---- Budget S-curves (actual versus plan) are updated on at least a monthly basis : 700
---- The Estimate at Complete (EAC) forecast is compared with Budget at Complete ( : 700
---- BAC) to identify cost variances : 700
---- Appropriate reporting metrics using graphical tools are created and maintained for key deliverables such as configurations, data records, testing, reports, forms etc. : 700
---- Resource gap reports/metrics are produced highlighting resource shortfalls : 700
---- Project performance metrics are posted openly and publicly to all stakeholders : 700
---- Forecasts are produced for scope, schedule and budget at regular intervals : 700
---- The issue log is updated routinely : 700
---- Project metrics are used effectively to trigger escalation and corrective action : 700
---- Risk removal and mitigation plans are tracked routinely : 700
---- Project Manager keeps the customer well informed : 700
---- Quality metrics are utilized (see Phase Reviews and Quality management) : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 100
---- Project management scheduling and resource management software tools such as MS Project : 100
---- Critical path and total float : 100
---- Excel: Activity completion S-Curve actual versus plan : 100
---- Excel: Budget S-Curve actual versus plan (EAC versus BAC) : 100
---- Excel graphical tools such as stop light charts and run down curves for configurations, data records, testing, reports, forms etc. as required Escalation/Corrective action : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 500
---- Phase exit review milestones are integrated into the project plan : 500
---- Phase exit criteria are identified, measured for sufficiency and openly reported : 500
---- Phase exit reviews (i.e. quality gate reviews) occur and areas of insufficiency are rigorously identified as open issues : 500
---- Phases are reported as complete only when sufficiency is actually achieved : 500
---- Sufficient quality processes are built into the development of project deliverables. These processes include quality steps such as identification and documentation of requirements, unit testing, integration testing, test metrics, configuration management and change control : 500
---- Key product deliverables produced within each phase are mapped to the original requirements of the project and/or the Statement of Work (SOW) and the business case. Gaps are identified and formally managed as issues throughout the project life cycle : 500
---- Appropriate testing practices are part of the project life cycle (methodology) : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 100
---- Quality Gates : 100
---- Quality Functional Deployment (QFD) : 100
---- Quality Process Management : 100
---- Testing : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 900
---- An issue log is used to record and review issues : 900
---- Issues are reviewed regularly at team meetings : 900
---- Issues are followed up and discharged in a timely manner : 900
---- Tough issues are not hidden but openly and aggressively confronted : 900
---- The project manager follows up with team members who own deliverables that are falling behind plan in a timely manner : 900
---- The project manager rigorously works with team members who are operating behind plan to develop and implement recovery strategies : 900
---- Issues are escalated as required : 900
---- The project manager keeps the customer and project sponsor well informed : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 100
---- Issue log : 100
---- Issue management : 100
---- Corrective action : 100
---- Escalation : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 1100
---- Provides adequate direction and work instructions to team members : 1100
---- Inspires and motivates team members : 1100
---- Confronts tough issues (as opposed to dodging those issues) : 1100
---- Spends time leading the team : 1100
---- Secure decisions from team members and stakeholders : 1100
---- Demonstrates stability and consistency in his/her direction : 1100
---- Runs team meetings effectively : 1100
---- Delegates and holds team members accountable : 1100
---- Facilitates crisis resolution effectively : 1100
---- Uses project metrics appropriately : 1100
---- Uses good judgment : 1100
---- Maintains the "appropriate" level of stress on the project environment, not too much & not too little : 1100
---- Performs "Integration" management and coordination effectively : 1100
---- Manages project risks effectively : 1100
---- Secures corrective action as required : 1100
---- Ensures appropriate project communications exist : 1100
New Hours 1100
Total Hours 100
---- Integration management : 100
---- Crisis management : 100
---- Decision making : 100
---- Communication : 100
---- Corrective action : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 80
---- Creates a prioritized list of existing projects : 80
---- Updates monthly/quarterly high level multi-project schedule update report : 80
---- Creates and documents a process for handling new project requests : 80
---- Creates a Resource Breakdown Structure (RBS) : 80
---- Inputs projects into scheduling tool by phase : 80
---- Loads resources into project scheduling tool (High Level only) : 80
---- Resolves multi-project resource issues : 80
---- Produces resource assignment/loading and exception reports : 80
---- Utilizes multi-project change control effectively : 80
---- Receives project status reports from project managers and updates multi-project scheduling model : 80
---- Organizes formal meetings for resource/project reprioritization : 80
New Hours 80

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 40
---- Introduction : 40
---- The Project Management Context : 40
---- Project Management Processes : 40
New Hours 40






#13601 Injection Molding Machine Setter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 600
---- Mold Piping : 600
---- Chiller Connections : 600
---- Mokon Connections : 600
---- Dogging of Mold : 600
---- Machine Mold Height Adjust : 600
---- Knock out Connection : 600
---- Squaring : 600
---- Low Pressure Adjust : 600
---- Close & Open Speed Adjust : 600
---- Conveyor Belt Set Up : 600
---- Driller Rotter Set Up, Welding Set Up : 600
---- Accessory Air Set Up : 600
---- Hydraulic KO Set Up : 600
---- Mold Storage Procedure : 600
---- Fixture Accessory Storage : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Bulk Material : 600
---- Silo Maintenance : 600
---- Sige Bin Connections : 600
---- Distribution System Trouble Shooting : 600
---- Central Vacuum Repair : 600
---- Vacuum Loader Repair : 600
---- Coloring Unit Adjust & Repair : 600
---- Grinder Repair, Regrind Handling : 600
---- Material Mixing (Blending) : 600
---- Material Storage & Inventory : 600
---- Material Testing (Incoming) : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Hydraulic Trouble Shooting & Adjustment : 600
---- Electrical Trouble Shooting & Adjustment : 600
---- Mechanical Trouble Shooting & Adjustment : 600
---- Heater Band (Control & Repair) : 600
---- Fluid Temperature Controller Adjust & Repair : 600
---- Accessory Equipment Hook Up : 600
---- Central Water System Start Up & Repair : 600
---- Chiller System Start Up (Recharge & Shut Down) : 600
---- Central Air System Start Up & Shut Down : 600
---- Sprinkler System Review : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Mold Disassembly : 600
---- Mold Cleaning : 600
---- Mold (Light Polishing & Storing) : 600
---- KO Pin & Stripper Bolt Replacement : 600
---- Mold Damage Analysis : 600
---- Mold Assembly : 600
---- Mold Leak Testing : 600
---- Mold Jiffy Shot Testing : 600
---- Mold Repair Techniques : 600
---- Mold Welding : 600
---- Mold Plating : 600
---- Mold Measuring Gauging : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 100
---- Machine Safety Settings : 100
---- OSHA Regulation Review : 100
---- Safety Equipment : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 720
---- Quality Department Operation : 720
---- Product Specifications : 720
---- Measuring Instruments & Tools : 720
---- AQL Procedures : 720
New Hours 720
Total Hours 3780
---- Operation Standard Runner Molds : 3780
---- Hot Runner Molds : 3780
---- Case Molds : 3780
---- Manifold Molds : 3780
---- Stack Molds : 3780
---- Valve Gated Molds : 3780
---- Start Up Procedures : 3780
---- Trouble Shooting Procedures : 3780
---- Mold Evaluations : 3780
---- Design Trouble Shooting : 3780
---- Shut Down Procedures : 3780
---- Cleaning & Care : 3780
---- Process Control Procedures : 3780
---- Process Control Equipment : 3780
---- Material Evaluations : 3780
---- Setting Standard Production Cycles : 3780
---- Various Machine Adjustments : 3780
---- New Mold Start Up : 3780
New Hours 3780

Technical Instruction








#13597 Industrial Sewing Machine Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1200
---- Apprentices will operate, maintain and troubleshoot machines relating to the production of cut and sewn products. Apprentices will utilize safety methods necessary when working with sergers, single needle, double needle, steam irons and laser and manual cutters. Apprentices will set-up an ideal working environment using ergonomic principals and OSHA safety guidelines preventing injury and risks. : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 75
---- Apprentices will be exposed to the manufacturing process; its techniques and its systems from concept stage to completion. Exposure to various production roles and their contribution to the finished quality product will be introduced and demonstrated. : 75
New Hours 75
Total Hours 325
---- Apprentices will handle and work with various materials; canvas, leather, vinyl, and various fabrics relating to the production of the company’s products. Apprentices will use the tools and equipment necessary for selected materials. Some reading of patterns, preparing fabric for the cut and sew process will also be performed. : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 400
---- Apprentices will perform several sewing methods by hand. Training will be provided on the skills of finishing, hemming, and pressing of different fabrics if required in that industry. Apprentices will be expected to utilize all production tools for snaps, buttons, zippers, etc. : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 12
---- This course offers a review of fundamental math concepts used in the Sewing Production environment. Topics of arithmetic, algebra and geometry will be covered. Specific topics include, but are not limited to: adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing whole numbers, decimals and fractions; estimating; order of operations; using percents/proportions; reading a ruler; using a calculator; working with area formulas; solving equations; unit conversions. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 16
---- Ergonomics is a science that focuses on equipment design for the workplace intended to maximize productivity by reducing operator fatigue and discomfort. An ideal working environment will be demonstrated using ergonomic principals and OSHA safety guidelines. Students will practice ergonomic solutions specific for sewing, cutting and material handling to avoid injury and risks. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 36
---- Overview of the manufacturing process, its techniques and its systems from concept stage to completion. Discuss the importance of various roles and their contribution to the completion of a finished quality product. An explanation of the terminology used within the sewn products industry will be discussed. The use of commonly used sewing equipment, tools and their purposes will be demonstrated. : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 40
---- This course offers a basic knowledge of fabrics: how they are made, understanding the characteristics of fabrics, fabric structure care, handling and storage. Selecting tools and equipment for varied materials and projects. Fundamentals of fabric suitability, reading patterns, and preparing fabric for the cutting and sewing process will be introduced. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 36
---- In Basic Sewing Techniques course students will demonstrate several sewing methods on the commercial sewing machine as well as some by hand sewing. Training will be provided on finishing, hemming, and pressing of different fabrics. Product production tools and usage will also be covered in the class. Students will sew and thread a variety of machines. Students will produce samples for a collection portfolio showing basic sewing techniques and sewing skills. : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 36
---- On site experience within a cut and sew manufacturing industry. Business overview and production history will be provided for each of the different manufacturing companies. Participation in product production processes. Includes experience on sewing equipment used at each of three different local manufacturers. Sample product unique to that company will be produced. : 36
New Hours 36






#13599 Facilities Custodial Services Technician I



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 250
---- Industrial First Aid : 250
---- Hazardous Materials and Communication : 250
---- Chemical Identification and Safety : 250
---- Emergency Procedures and Response : 250
---- Equipment Safety and Usage : 250
---- OSHA/WISHA/EPA Standards/Regulation : 250
---- General Safety : 250
---- Industrial Accidents/Reporting : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 250
---- Building Security and Key Control : 250
---- Utilities and Energy Conservation : 250
---- Internal Building Layout, Plans, Diagrams : 250
---- Specialty Equipment : 250
---- Lunch Tables : 250
---- Minor Repairs : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 125
---- Building Interior : 125
---- Building Exterior : 125
---- Ground, Parking Lots and Walkways : 125
---- Cleaning Standards/What is Clean? : 125
---- Cleaning Schedules : 125
---- Cleaning Frequency : 125
---- Time on Task/Time Management : 125
New Hours 125
Total Hours 250
---- Safety : 250
---- Chemical and Material Selection, Handling and Storage : 250
---- Equipment Selection/Specifications : 250
---- Supply Selection/Stocking : 250
---- Spare Parts and Materials : 250
---- Preventative Maintenance : 250
---- Ordering, Shipping, Receiving and Inventory : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 500
---- Entrance Ways, Hallways, or Corridors : 500
---- Rooms, General : 500
---- Specialty Areas : 500
---- Restrooms : 500
---- Cafeteria and Food Preparation Areas : 500
---- Industrial Areas : 500
---- Showers and Locker Rooms : 500
---- Offices : 500
---- Trash and Recycle : 500
---- Athletic Areas : 500
---- Performing Arts Spaces : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 1125
---- Floors and Floor Surfaces: (1) Resilient (2) Hard Floors (3) Floor Cleaning (4) Carpets (5) Athletic Services : 1125
---- Walls: (1) Internal (2) External : 1125
---- Roofs: (1) Inspection (2) Cleaning : 1125
---- Windows : 1125
---- Doors : 1125
---- Furnishings : 1125
---- School Closure Detail Cleaning : 1125
New Hours 1125

Technical Instruction








#13595 Hotel Manager



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13593 Wastewater Systems Operation Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 240
---- Become familiar with tools, pipe and other materials used out on the job : 240
---- Understand and use personal protective equipment and safety procedures : 240
---- Demonstrate general plant safety and security operations : 240
---- Plan and set up work areas for safety of crew and public : 240
---- Confined spaces and traffic control zones : 240
---- Perform all work in conformance with OSHA regulations : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 400
---- Ensure vehicles and equipment are adequately stocked & serviced : 400
---- Become familiar working with excavation and other heavy equipment : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 1920
---- Develop a working knowledge of the operation, methods and procedures of a wastewater treatment & collection system : 1920
---- Perform installation and inspection of new sewer lines and services : 1920
---- Demonstrate ability to read and interpret maps and drawings of the wastewater system : 1920
---- Assist with the installation, maintenance and repair of the wastewater treatment plant, collection system, pump stations and lift stations : 1920
---- Develop a working knowledge of preventive maintenance, troubleshooting & repair of mechanical equipment : 1920
New Hours 1920
Total Hours 960
---- Learn to perform all aspects of sampling, monitoring and testing required to maintain compliance with Federal State and Local regulations : 960
---- Identify normal/out-of-range values : 960
---- Maintain open communication & report results to supervisors : 960
---- Learn emergency response procedures : 960
New Hours 960

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 6
---- Apprenticeship Program overview : 6
---- Basic job duties & work environment : 6
---- On the Job Learning (OJL) : 6
---- Circuit Rider training assistance : 6
---- NRWA Water University : 6
---- WaterPro Online Community Apprenticeship Forum : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 12
---- Safety rules & practices : 12
---- Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 12
---- 811 Call Before You Dig : 12
---- Excavation, trenching & shoring : 12
---- Confined space entry & hazardous gases : 12
---- Fire & Electrical safety : 12
---- Traffic control : 12
---- Chlorine safety : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 6
---- Certifications & licensure : 6
---- Responsibilities of a Wastewater System Operations Specialist : 6
---- Ethics as a public health & environmental professional : 6
---- Customer service & community outreach : 6
---- Professional organizations : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 144
---- Pumps & motors : 144
---- Valves & other appurtenances : 144
---- Collection systems : 144
---- Treatment Processes : 144
---- Decentralized (onsite or cluster) systems : 144
---- Laboratory procedures : 144
---- Detention structures & settling basins : 144
---- Biosolids handling : 144
---- Reuse : 144
---- SCADA : 144
---- Preventative maintenance : 144
---- Recordkeeping & Reporting : 144
---- Work orders : 144
New Hours 144
Total Hours 24
---- Problem solving strategies : 24
---- Conversions & mathematical operations : 24
---- Geometry problems : 24
---- Calculating chemical dosage & detention time : 24
---- Flow & rate problems : 24
---- Horsepower calculations : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Critical Infrastructure Sector designation : 24
---- Vulnerability assessments : 24
---- National Incident Management System : 24
---- Emergency response plans & procedures : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 32
---- Pollutants : 32
---- Clean Water Act basic requirements : 32
---- Working with regulators : 32
---- State laws & regulations : 32
---- Regulatory compliance : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 24
---- Capacity development & sustainable utility management : 24
---- Introduction to Geographic Information Systems : 24
---- Finances, rates & billing : 24
---- Water University - Utility Management Certification : 24
---- Understanding budgets : 24
---- Working with boards and elected officials : 24
New Hours 24






#13591 Outboard Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- Proper shop tool and equipment usage and related safety procedures. : 300
---- Demonstrate procedures for handling and storing hazardous shop materials. : 300
---- Utilize personnel protection as required related to marine service and repair procedures. : 300
---- Proper use and of common hand and power tools. : 300
---- Proficient use of dealership and manufacturer resources, such as reference materials, service manuals, and parts documentation. : 300
---- Understanding of correct dealership process for service procedures. : 300
---- Recognize proper care of boats while performing service procedures. : 300
---- Safely operate a boat in water to evaluate performance or other running issues. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 200
---- Communicate effectively in written and verbal form with customers relative to required, recommended, and performed service operations. : 200
---- Complete a work order and gather required information before work is performed. : 200
---- Demonstrate professionalism in appearance and work areas. : 200
---- Understand the relationship between sales, service, and parts departments and its impact on Customer Service Scores. : 200
---- Demonstrate professionalism when communicating with current or potential customers. : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 1000
---- Demonstrate the ability to perform scheduled maintenance on all components of an outboard motor. : 1000
---- Test and evaluate two-stroke and four-stroke outboard motors for proper operation. : 1000
---- Demonstrate the ability to utilize stand-alone equipment for diagnosis of components and systems. : 1000
---- Isolate and repair or replace failed components on two-stroke and four-stroke outboard motors. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Demonstrate the ability to utilize computer based diagnostic equipment. : 1000
---- Demonstrate the ability to utilize stand-alone equipment for diagnosis of components and systems. : 1000
---- Read and use wiring diagrams to identify failures. : 1000
---- Demonstrate knowledge of the various ignition system types and their method of operation and testing. : 1000
---- Evaluate the function of ignition system components on two-stroke and four-stroke outboard motors. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Identify fuel system components and routine adjustments on carbureted and fuel injected two-stroke and four-stroke motors. : 1000
---- Demonstrate the ability to perform scheduled maintenance on all components of an outboard motors fuel system. : 1000
---- Evaluate the function of fuel system components on carbureted and fuel injected two-stroke and four-stroke outboard motors. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 150
---- Demonstrate the ability to perform scheduled maintenance on all components of an outboard motors lower unit. : 150
---- Perform a pressure test to lower units to determine the location of leaks. : 150
---- Correctly measure and determine required shims for a lower unit. : 150
---- Determine the correct propeller for a boat package. : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 150
---- Demonstrate the ability to perform scheduled maintenance on all components of Trim and Tilt unit. : 150
---- Correctly disassemble and reassemble a Power Trim and Tilt unit. : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 150
---- Demonstrate the ability to perform scheduled maintenance on all components that are required to rig an outboard motor. : 150
---- Have an understanding of components required to rig a mechanically controlled outboard motor. : 150
---- Have an understanding of components required to rig an electronically controlled outboard motor. : 150
---- Utilize correct testing equipment to troubleshoot a rigging problem. : 150
New Hours 150

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 80
---- Yamaha Service Skills Training Course : 80
---- Yamaha Introduction to Outboard Systems : 80
---- Complete a Coast Guard Approved Boating Safety Course : 80
---- Complete a Red Cross First-Aid Course : 80
New Hours 80






#13589 Home Performance Laborer Residential



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1000
---- Site preparation, layout, and security : 1000
---- Recognize, secure and maintain job site safety : 1000
---- Identify and work safely around environmental hazards : 1000
---- Operate and maintain hand and power tools : 1000
---- Operate and maintain equipment as required by the job : 1000
---- Identify, estimate, move, supply, stock, and store materials : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 200
---- Installing air-sealing measures : 200
---- Installing insulation of all types : 200
---- Conducting and interpreting leakage tests for homes and ductwork : 200
---- Interpreting infrared images for indications of heat loss : 200
---- Replacing doors and windows : 200
---- Repairing drywall : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Installing flooring systems and coverings : 200
---- Framing walls and roofs : 200
---- Installing wall and roof cladding : 200
---- Installing doors and windows : 200
---- Installing air-sealing measures : 200
---- Installing insulation of all types : 200
---- Installing interior finishes : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Deconstruction : 200
---- Lead renovation, repair and painting (RRP) : 200
---- Asbestos awareness : 200
---- Mold awareness : 200
---- Installing exterior doors and windows : 200
---- Installing insulation, vapor barriers and drywall : 200
---- Materials, plans, specifications and codes : 200
---- Scaffold builder : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Installing lawns and plants : 200
---- Maintaining, cutting, pruning lawns and plants : 200
---- Installing irrigation systems : 200
---- Installing retaining walls : 200
---- Installing brick pavers : 200
---- Installing and maintaining fencing of all types : 200
---- Installing and maintaining playgrounds : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 80
---- General Construction training is designed to prepare apprentices to enter the workforce and be safe and productive from the outset. Topics covered in this training include craft orientation; OSHA 10 hour outreach safety training; hand and power tool identification and use; construction math; material handling; scaffold user; and introduction to green residential construction. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Weatherization Technician/Installer training is designed to provide qualified individuals with the skills and knowledge necessary to be a safe, competent, and productive member of a weatherization crew. Participants are introduced to the basics of building science and the complex ways buildings and their systems interact with each other and the outside environment. Instruction includes the methods and materials needed to properly seal the building envelope, including replacing doors and windows; how to seal, repair, and insulate leaky or damaged ductwork; the specifics of various types of insulation, their properties, and where and how they are best installed; and, how to interpret blower door tests and infrared images to assess the success or failure of a weatherization project. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 16
---- Lead Renovator training prepares participants to perform renovation work using lead safe work practices. The course meets all Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1926.1101 and 40 CFR Part 745.225 respectively. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 8
---- Materials, Plans, Specifications and Codes provides training to HPLs on basic plan reading, using construction drawings to develop material lists, and introduces the International Code Council, the International Building Code and the International Residential Code. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Asbestos Awareness trains HPLs to recognize and identify components and areas of a structure, which may consist of asbestos containing materials. Participants receive instruction on the history of asbestos, health effects associated with exposure, and procedures to avoid disturbing asbestos containing materials. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Mold Awareness instructs HPLs on the identification and health hazards, associated with the exposure to mold as well as other microbial contamination. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 20
---- Flooring systems trains HPLs to install flooring systems per plans, specifications and codes. Participants will learn to identify the components of a flooring system, such as beams, girders, sills, floor joists, trusses and I-beams; their purposes and how to install them. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 40
---- Wall Framing trains HPLs to layout and install wall frames and stairs in compliance with applicable codes. They will learn to identify the various components of a wall framing system; their purposes, and how to install them according to code. They will also learn to calculate the number and height of stair risers and treads, and how to construct box stairs in compliance with codes and specifications. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Roof Framing trains HPLs to layout and install roof systems in compliance with applicable codes and specifications. Participants learn to identify and install roof components properly, including, but not limited to beams, rafters, trusses, sheathing, vents, soffits, fascia, roof felt, and flashing. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 20
---- Installing Exterior Doors and Windows trains HPLs to layout and install exterior doors and windows in compliance with applicable codes and specifications. Participants learn to identify door and wall components and their purpose, and learn how to install windows, doors, sliding glass doors, and garage doors. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Installing Insulation, Vapor Barriers and Drywall trains HPLs in the skills needed to ensure the building envelope is properly sealed and insulated, in compliance with applicable codes and specifications. Participants learn to identify the materials needed for each task, their purpose and how to install them. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 8
---- Materials, Plans, Specifications and Codes provides training to HPLs on basic plan reading, using construction drawings to develop material lists, and introduces the International Code Council, the International Building Code and the International Residential Code. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- Scaffold Builder training is designed to address the needs of HPLs that are responsible for building scaffolding on the job site or are required to perform job tasks while using scaffolding and is designed to meet the training requirements of 29 CFR Part 1926.454. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Deconstruction training teaches apprentices to systematically disassemble a structure in a manner where the building’s materials can be reused and recycled. Participants will learn the safety precautions needed to control deconstruction hazards. Additional topics include the overall planning of the deconstruction job, the equipment necessary to do the work, and the measures to be taken to perform the work safely. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 16
---- Lead Renovator training prepares participants to perform renovation work using lead safe work practices. The course meets all Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1926.1101 and 40 CFR Part 745.225 respectively. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 8
---- Asbestos Awareness trains HPLs to recognize and identify components and areas of a structure, which may consist of asbestos containing materials. Participants receive instruction on the history of asbestos, health effects associated with exposure, and procedures to avoid disturbing asbestos containing materials. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Mold Awareness instructs HPLs on the identification and health hazards, associated with the exposure to mold as well as other microbial contamination. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 20
---- Installing Exterior Doors and Windows trains HPLs to layout and install exterior doors and windows in compliance with applicable codes and specifications. Participants learn to identify door and wall components and their purpose, and learn how to install windows, doors, sliding glass doors, and garage doors. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Installing Insulation, Vapor Barriers and Drywall trains HPLs in the skills needed to ensure the building envelope is properly sealed and insulated, in compliance with applicable codes and specifications. Participants learn to identify the materials needed for each task, their purpose and how to install them. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 8
---- Materials, Plans, Specifications and Codes provides training to HPLs on basic plan reading, using construction drawings to develop material lists, and introduces the International Code Council, the International Building Code and the International Residential Code. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- Scaffold Builder training is designed to address the needs of HPLs that are responsible for building scaffolding on the job site or are required to perform job tasks while using scaffolding and is designed to meet the training requirements of 29 CFR Part 1926.454, : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Training presents the proper methods of installing a lawn and a wide array of turf grasses, groundcovers, and lawn treatments. The program offers detailed procedures for lawn installation including lawn repair methods such as reseeding, installing sod, and plugging a lawn. Lawn maintenance is also discussed, including mowing, watering, aerating, de-thatching, and prevention and control of weeds and diseases. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- The training introduces the process of pruning everything from ornamental trees and bushes to common shrubs and discusses the timing and techniques that results in successful pruning for healthy growth. Pruning training also gives specific methods for pruning hundreds of species from the cold climates to the tropics and covers plant types from ornamental bushes, evergreens, ornamental vines, and edible fruit and nut trees to houseplants. Upon completion of the training, apprentices will know about pruning: why you need to prune, when to do it and what tools are required. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Training includes information on how to select, install, and maintain the right system(s) for the landscaping needs and discusses how to plan watering zones appropriate to the climate and landscape varieties. Through instructor facilitated and extensive hands-on training, the Home Performance Laborer becomes familiar with the processes needed to assemble and install a new drip, trickle, or sprinkler system for lawns, shrubs or gardens. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- This training provides the apprentice with all the information needed to integrate popular hardscape design into the overall home landscape. Included are processes for building retaining walls, flagstone and tile patios, and brick, mortar, and concrete walks and patios. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Asbestos Abatement Worker training prepares HPLs to work safely and productively on asbestos abatement projects. The program is designed to exceed Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1926.1101 and 40 CFR Part 763 respectively. Apprentices receive extensive instruction and hands-on training on work area preparation, decontamination facility construction and use, abatement techniques, and cleanup procedures. Special emphasis is placed on following proper procedures and developing safe work habits. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Lead Abatement Worker training prepares HPLs to work safely and productively on lead abatement projects. The course meets all Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1926.62 and 40 CFR Part 745.225 respectively. The course is mandatory for all workers conducting lead-based paint activities in target housing and child occupied facilities. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 16
---- Lead Renovator training prepares apprentices to perform renovation work using lead safe work practices. The course meets all Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1926.1101 and 40 CFR Part 745.225 respectively. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Microbial Remediation training instructs HPLs on the health hazards, personal protective equipment requirements, and remediation processes and techniques associated with the removal of mold as well as other microbial contamination. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 40
---- Hazardous Waste Worker training prepares HPLs to work safely and productively on hazardous waste remediation projects. The program meets all Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1910.120 – Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response. : 40
New Hours 40






#13588 Coatings Inspector



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- Analyze the IUPAT’s role in the labor movement from 1887 to the Present. : 32
---- Identify the organizational responsibilities of the IUPAT to its members. : 32
---- Demonstrate the individual’s responsibilities as a IUPAT member. : 32
---- Recognize the structure of the IUPAT at the International, District Council, and Local Union levels. : 32
---- Display good character and ethical behavior in all matters personal and professional. : 32
---- Demonstrate effective skills and knowledge using computers and related technology and applications. : 32
---- Utilize trade-related tools and equipment. : 32
---- Interpret drawings related to the finishing trades. : 32
---- Apply trade math calculations on the job. : 32
---- Demonstrate sustainable/green building design awareness on all construction sites and in all trade practices. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 32
---- Recognize and apply the fundamentals of worker and jobsite safety (OSHA) on the construction site. : 32
---- Perform the proper application of First Aid, CPR, and AED on the job. : 32
---- Display healthy ergonomic practices in the workplace and on the construction site. : 32
---- Demonstrate awareness and lead-safe work practices on the jobsite. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 32
---- Clearly and appropriately express ideas and other information through good oral, listening and writing skills to all levels of personnel. : 32
---- Demonstrate creativity, integrity and other influential qualities and characteristics necessary to successfully lead as a foreman, project manager or jobsite supervisor. : 32
---- Execute planning and organizational skills necessary to successfully complete a job on time and on budget. : 32
---- Recognize and apply emerging technologies in the occupation in order to elevate the industry. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 40
---- Corrosion : 40
---- Surface Preparation : 40
---- Abrasive Materials : 40
---- Coating Materials : 40
---- Application Methods of Protective Coatings : 40
---- Process : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Corrosion and Corrosion Control : 40
---- Coating Types and Their Mechanisms and Protection : 40
---- Surface Preparation for Painting : 40
---- Application of Coatings : 40
---- Inspection and Quality Control : 40
---- Coatings for Steel Structures : 40
---- Coating Degradation, Defects, and Failures : 40
---- Coating of Concrete Surfaces : 40
---- Safety in Painting Operations : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Background Information on Lead and Other Toxic Metals : 40
---- Legal and Regulatory Overview : 40
---- Worker Protection from Lead and Other Toxic Metals : 40
---- Compliance with Air, Soil, Water/Sediment, and Dust Regulations : 40
---- Management of Solid and Hazardous Waste : 40
---- Sources of Lead Exposure : 40
---- Control of Environmental Releases : 40
---- Specifications and Site-Specific Compliance Plans : 40
---- Work Site Preparation : 40
---- Insurance and Bonding Issues : 40
---- Other Safety and Health Hazards : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Background Information : 40
---- Regulatory Update : 40
---- Worker Protection from Lead and Other Toxic Metals : 40
---- Control of Environmental Releases : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 48
---- Introduction to the STS-Construction Exam : 48
---- Supervisor-specific Safety Skills : 48
---- STS Construction Blueprint & Exam : 48
---- Elements of Safety Leadership : 48
---- Final STS-Construction Prep Exam : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 48
---- Use of protective coatings to control corrosion : 48
---- Corrosion fundamentals such as properties of a coating, coating classification, and modes of protection : 48
---- Coating types and curing mechanisms : 48
---- Coating specifications including service environments and coating life cycle : 48
---- Surface preparation equipment, methods and standards for abrasive blasting, solvent cleaning and power and manual tool cleaning : 48
---- Coating application by brush, roller, mitt, and conventional and airless spray : 48
---- Role and responsibilities of the inspector including safety, ethics, and conflict prevention and decision making : 48
---- Inspection procedures and quality control : 48
---- Purpose and content of a pre-job conference : 48
---- Test instruments for measurement of environmental or ambient conditions : 48
---- Non-destructive test instruments : 48
---- Testing for non-visible contaminants : 48
---- Quality control issues, recognizing design and fabrication defects and coating failure modes : 48
---- Material safety data sheets (MSDS) and product technical data sheets : 48
---- Purpose and content of log book and report documentation : 48
New Hours 48






#13585 Patternmaking-Wood



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 120
---- Patterns : 120
---- Materials : 120
New Hours 120
Total Hours 750
---- Includes Numerical Tape and/or Computer controlled machines and related “programming” : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 1300
---- Includes Numerical Tape and/or Computer controlled machines and related “programming” : 1300
New Hours 1300
Total Hours 3208
---- : 3208
New Hours 3208
Total Hours 350
---- : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction








#13586 Pipefitting and/or Plumbing



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- Predictive/Diagnostic Technologies and material science (Ultrasound, Vibration Analysis, Thermography, Laser Alignment : 300
---- Lubrication, High Speed Video, Fiber Optic and Chain Wear) : 300
---- CMMS System : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 3700
---- Foundational: Rigging, process cranes, lift assists, and hoists : 3700
---- Process HVAC - air handling, fans, ovens, washers, furnaces : 3700
---- Rail and conveyance systems : 3700
---- Robots – end effector apparatus, cylinders/equalizers : 3700
---- Supply systems (Air, Acid, Gas, Steam, Oil, Water, etc.) safe handing : 3700
---- Hi and Low Pressure Systems - pumps, valves, traps, pipe, hose : 3700
---- Dispensing Systems-Pumps, Application Gun Maintenance : 3700
---- Piping systems, supply, waste, production supportive heating & cooling : 3700
---- Hydraulics-Pumps, Servo Controls Actuators, Cylinder & Regulator : 3700
---- Threading, sizing layout of materials, hoses, hose fittings-quick connects : 3700
---- Pneumatic Systems Servo Controls, Actuators, Cylinder & Regulator : 3700
---- Conveyance-P&F, Flat Track, AGV, Pallet and Skid : 3700
New Hours 3700
Total Hours 1700
---- System Operational Fundamentals : 1700
---- Joining technologies, including spot, arc, laser, and mechanical fastening (Riveting, Stud Systems Etc.) : 1700
---- Safety Devices and Safe Motion : 1700
---- Robot technologies-mechanical maintenance, lubrication & rebuild : 1700
New Hours 1700
Total Hours 1260
---- Use of tool room equipment [e.g. - lathes, mills, grinders (ID, OD & Surface), drill press, etc.] : 1260
---- Piping-Cutting/Threading layout & install : 1260
---- Foundational: layout, cutting, welding and fabrication of machinery components : 1260
New Hours 1260
Total Hours 400
---- Controls, robots, conveyance, drives : 400
---- Pallet, Skid & AGV Systems : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 400
---- Facility Overview : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction








#13587 Tool Maker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- Predictive/Diagnostic Technologies and material science (Ultrasound, Vibration Analysis, Thermography, Laser Alignment Lubrication, High Speed Video, Fiber Optic and Chain Wear) : 300
---- CMMS System : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 3200
---- Foundational: Rigging, process cranes, lift assists, and hoists : 3200
---- Rail and conveyance systems, including carriers and details : 3200
---- Robots - traditional and collaborative : 3200
---- Hi and Low Pressure Systems - pumps, valves, traps, pipe, hose : 3200
---- Lathe, Milling, Boring and Precision grinding including O.D & I.D. : 3200
---- Dimensional control, tolerance limits, balancing and leveling : 3200
---- Hydraulics-Pumps, Servo Controls Actuators, Cylinder & Regulator : 3200
---- Reduction Gear Drives-Troubleshooting & Maintenance : 3200
---- Pneumatic Systems Servo Controls, Actuators, Cylinder & Regulator : 3200
---- Conveyance-P&F, Flat Track, AGV, Pallet and Skid : 3200
---- Precision measurement including CMM & Metrology Lab : 3200
New Hours 3200
Total Hours 560
---- System Operational Fundamentals : 560
---- Joining technologies, including spot, arc, laser, and mechanical fastening (Riveting, Stud Systems Etc.) : 560
---- Safety Devices and Safe Motion : 560
---- Robot technologies-mechanical maintenance, lubrication & rebuild : 560
New Hours 560
Total Hours 2100
---- Use of tool-room equipment : 2100
---- Drill press, bench grinder, band saw/ general shop equipment : 2100
---- Lathe, Milling, Boring & Precision grinding including O.D., I.D. & Surface : 2100
---- CNC-NC Fundamentals and Programming : 2100
---- Metallurgy/Heat Treat : 2100
---- Piping-Cutting/Threading layout & install : 2100
---- Foundational: layout, cutting, welding and fabrication of machinery components : 2100
---- Precision measurement including CMM & Metrology Lab : 2100
New Hours 2100
Total Hours 300
---- Controls, robots, conveyance, drives : 300
---- Pallet, Skid & AGV Systems : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Facility Overview : 300
New Hours 300

Technical Instruction








#13582 Model Maker-Wood



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1650
---- Basic Model Making : 1650
---- Use of glue, shellac, plastics & low temperature melting metals : 1650
---- Blueprint analysis : 1650
---- Care & use of all woodworking hand tools : 1650
New Hours 1650
Total Hours 480
---- Includes lathe, shaper, mill, power hammer, band saw, circular rip saw, circular cutoff saw, jig saw, disc sander, drum sander, spindle shaper, drum shaper, turning lathe, grindstone and buffer, joiner, radial drill, router, planer, etc. (includes numerical, tape and/or computer controlled chain tools and related “programming”) : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 3032
---- : 3032
New Hours 3032
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 916
---- : 916
New Hours 916

Technical Instruction








#13583 Job Molder



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
---- : 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








#13584 Patternmaking-Metal



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 120
---- Patterns : 120
---- Materials : 120
New Hours 120
Total Hours 750
---- Includes Numerical Tape and/or Computer controlled machines and related “programming” : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 1300
---- Includes Numerical Tape and/or Computer controlled machines and related “programming” : 1300
New Hours 1300
Total Hours 3208
---- : 3208
New Hours 3208
Total Hours 350
---- : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction








#13580 Millwright



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- Predictive/Diagnostic Technologies and material science (Ultrasound, Vibration Analysis, Thermography, Laser Alignment : 300
---- Lubrication, High Speed Video, Fiber Optic and Chain Wear) : 300
---- CMMS System : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 3700
---- Foundational: Rigging, process cranes, lift assists, and hoists : 3700
---- Process HVAC - air handling, fans, ovens, washers, furnaces : 3700
---- Rail and conveyance systems, carriers, details & maintenance welding : 3700
---- Robots, Secure Rigging, setting & leveling : 3700
---- Cribbing, Scaffold, Reinforcing Steel : 3700
---- Pumps, setting leveling and alignment, valves, traps, pipe, hose : 3700
---- Dispensing Systems-Pumps, Application Gun Maintenance : 3700
---- Dimensional control, tolerance limits, balancing and leveling : 3700
---- Hydraulics-Pumps, Servo Controls Actuators, Cylinder & Regulator : 3700
---- Reduction Gear Drives-Troubleshooting & Maintenance : 3700
---- Pneumatic Systems Servo Controls, Actuators, Cylinder & Regulator : 3700
---- Conveyance-P&F, Flat Track, AGV, Pallet and Skid : 3700
New Hours 3700
Total Hours 1700
---- System Operational Fundamentals : 1700
---- Joining technologies, including spot, arc, laser, and Mechanical fastening (Riveting, Stud Systems Etc.) : 1700
---- Safety Devices and Safe Motion : 1700
---- Robot technologies-mechanical maintenance, lubrication & rebuild : 1700
New Hours 1700
Total Hours 1260
---- Use of tool room equipment [e.g. - lathes, mills, grinders (ID, OD & Surface), drill press, etc.] : 1260
---- Piping-Cutting/Threading layout & install : 1260
---- Foundational: layout, cutting, welding and fabrication of machinery components : 1260
New Hours 1260
Total Hours 400
---- Controls, robots, conveyance, drives : 400
---- Pallet, Skid & AGV Systems : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 400
---- Facility Overview : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction








#13581 Model Making-Metal



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1100
---- Basic Model Making : 1100
---- Use of Plastics, Metal and Other Materials : 1100
---- Care and Use of Hand Tools : 1100
New Hours 1100
Total Hours 930
---- Includes Lathes, Shaper, Mill, Power Hammer etc. (Includes numerical tape and/or computer controlled machine tools and related “programming”) : 930
New Hours 930
Total Hours 2390
---- Layout and template making : 2390
---- Metal finishing, Filing, Fitting : 2390
---- Dressing and shaping of parts : 2390
New Hours 2390
Total Hours 1832
---- Includes Set-up, Assembly and Inspection : 1832
New Hours 1832
Total Hours 160
---- : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 916
---- : 916
New Hours 916

Technical Instruction








#13577 Welding



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- Gas Tungsten Arc Weld (GTAW) Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) : 400
---- Shielded Metal Arc Weld (SMAW) MIG & TIG : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 2250
---- Downhand, Vertical, Horizontal & Overhead : 2250
New Hours 2250
Total Hours 350
---- : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 300
---- Bead Repair, Flat Surface, Curved Surface, : 300
---- Blending of Feature lines : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 280
---- Punch Trim Lines, Die Trim Lines, Panel reductions : 280
---- Panel Increase, Scrap Cutter repair : 280
New Hours 280
Total Hours 280
---- Pierce Die Repair, Pierce Punch Repair : 280
New Hours 280
Total Hours 280
---- Flange clearance fit, Increase/decrease of panel size : 280
New Hours 280
Total Hours 280
---- Cracks & Wrinkles, stoning techniques and deformation correction : 280
New Hours 280
Total Hours 1100
---- Hard Surface Welding : 1100
---- High Speed, Oil, Air & Water : 1100
---- Hardening Rods, Stainless : 1100
New Hours 1100
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600

Technical Instruction








#13578 Experimental Test Mechanic



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1080
---- : 1080
New Hours 1080
Total Hours 2060
---- : 2060
New Hours 2060
Total Hours 1190
---- : 1190
New Hours 1190
Total Hours 960
---- : 960
New Hours 960
Total Hours 720
---- : 720
New Hours 720
Total Hours 240
---- : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 1078
---- : 1078
New Hours 1078

Technical Instruction








#13579 Machine Repairer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- Predictive and Diagnostic Technologies and material science (ultrasonic, thermal, tension, lubrication and wear) : 300
---- CMMS System : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 3160
---- Foundational: Rigging, process cranes, lift assists, and hoists : 3160
---- Process HVAC - air handling, fans, ovens, washers, furnaces : 3160
---- Rail and conveyance systems, including carriers and details : 3160
---- Robots - traditional and collaborative : 3160
---- Drives - servo and VFD : 3160
---- Hi and Low Pressure Systems - pumps, valves, traps, pipe, hose : 3160
---- Dimensional control, tolerance limits, balancing and leveling : 3160
New Hours 3160
Total Hours 2000
---- System Operational Fundamentals : 2000
---- Joining technologies, including spot, arc, laser, and mechanical fastening : 2000
---- Safety Devices and Safe Motion : 2000
---- Robot technologies : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 1500
---- Use of tool room equipment (e.g. - lathes, mills, grinders, drill press, etc.) : 1500
---- Foundational: layout, cutting, welding and fabrication of machinery components : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 400
---- Controls, robots, networks, conveyance, drives and plant floor Systems : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 400
---- Facility Overview : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction








#13574 Experimental Laboratory Paint Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 508
---- : 508
New Hours 508
Total Hours 1200
---- : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1500
---- : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1200
---- Body Sealing : 1200
---- Bonderizer Process (Phosphate System) : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 2300
---- Exterior-High Solids/High Bake : 2300
---- Interior : 2300
New Hours 2300
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 80
---- This schedule of training is to include 80 hours of Safety Instruction appropriate to the classification, either as shop training (using optional hours) or related training (using unassigned hours) or a combination of the two. : 80
New Hours 80

Technical Instruction








#13576 Painter, Transportation Equipment



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300

Technical Instruction








#13573 Auto Body Repairer & Painter



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 80
---- Learn basic procedures and routines used in the day-to-day operation of an auto body repair shop. : 80
---- Use and maintain typical shop tools and equipment; safely operate tools and equipment. : 80
---- Learn and employ shop safety practices, including Right-to-Know and Safety Data Sheets (SDS). : 80
---- Demonstrate awareness of basic mechanical concepts and procedures. : 80
---- Read and understand shop policies and procedures. : 80
---- Read and follow work order(s). : 80
---- Understand Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) procedures and how to source information. : 80
---- Understand cycle time and how each role impacts the business. : 80
---- Identify tools of the trade, including but not limited to: ratchets (manual and power), socket sets, wrenches (SAE & metric), screwdrivers, TORX bits, body hammer set, prybars, pliers, vise grips, air tools, etc. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 180
---- Remove interior and exterior trim and moldings. : 180
---- Remove and install adhesive moldings and nameplates. : 180
---- Tag and bag fasteners and trim, and retrieve for reassembly without loss or damage. : 180
---- Detail vehicles. : 180
New Hours 180
Total Hours 1200
---- Learn, understand, and explain the strains and stresses of damaged body panels. : 1200
---- Disassemble and reassemble bolt-on parts, including bumpers, Lights, fenders, hoods, decklids according to OEM specifications. : 1200
---- Disassemble used parts assemblies. : 1200
---- Disassemble, assemble, and align body panels. : 1200
---- Rough small dents with a hammer and dolly; ding small dents with a pick and file; Use metal shrinking and plastic filling techniques to repair small dents. Use all above procedures to repair large dents. : 1200
---- Learn and use various sandpaper grits when/where applicable. : 1200
---- Identify types of flexible bumpers and parts using various procedures repair accordingly, using techniques such as two-sided repair, hot stapling, finish sanding, application of flexible repair materials. : 1200
---- Research OEM procedures for proper removal of safety system components. : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1200
---- Remove heavily damaged panels and obstructions in preparation for metal repair work. : 1200
---- Assist with preparations for door panel, quarter panel, and pickup box side replacement, including drilling of spot welds. : 1200
---- Repair door panels, rocker panels, quarter panels, trunk lids, and hoods; transfer necessary parts to sites for repair. : 1200
---- Properly remove stationary and moveable glass. : 1200
---- Set up vehicle on frame straightening equipment and install measuring system. Locate vehicle anchoring points and remove components necessary to install such. Remove vehicle from frame equipment. : 1200
---- Remove and install mechanical components to allow for repairs. : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1500
---- Research OEM procedures. : 1500
---- Remove and replace outer door panels. : 1500
---- Use structural adhesives, foams, and sealers. : 1500
---- Use weld-through primers, adhesives, foams, and sealers. : 1500
---- Use appropriate anti-corrosion products pertaining to weld repairs. : 1500
---- Identify and research advanced high-strength steels and learn how to repair same. : 1500
---- Remove and replace bolt-on structural components. : 1500
---- Remove welded-on structural components; prepare vehicle For reinstallation of welded structural components. : 1500
---- Test fit attached and adjacent panels before welding. : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 800
---- Identify welding equipment. : 800
---- Learn and understand welding terms and use appropriate PPE. : 800
---- Protect vehicle and vehicle systems when welding. : 800
---- Prepare surface metal for welding. : 800
---- Perform test welds, such as: plug, seam, and stitch, prior to welding on vehicle. : 800
---- Research OEM-recommended welding procedures, such as: Metal Inert Gas (MIG), MIG Pulse, MIG brazing, and squeeze-type resistance welding; use where appropriate. : 800
---- Identify shielding gases to be used with each procedure. : 800
---- Use proper weld primers and corrosion protection. : 800
---- Maintain and care for welding equipment. : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 1200
---- Proper use of OEM or aftermarket scan tools as required by manufacturer guidelines for Pre-, in-Process, and Post-scans. : 1200
---- Obtain and utilize data from OEM sources to aid in diagnosing Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), Supplemental Restraint Systems (SRS), steering, and suspension system damage. : 1200
---- Diagnose and repair minor wiring damage. : 1200
---- Troubleshoot simple electrical/lighting circuits and repair. : 1200
---- Diagnose and replace SRS per OEM procedures. : 1200
---- Diagnose steering and suspension components using comparative angles and measurements. : 1200
---- Develop a general understanding of wheel alignment. : 1200
---- Remove and replace steering and suspension components as needed. : 1200
---- Repair cooling system(s); identify appropriate coolant. : 1200
---- Repair air conditioning system(s); identify proper refrigerant and handle safely. : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 640
---- Work safely around aluminum and/or aluminum alloys. : 640
---- Employ cleanliness procedures while working with aluminum and/or aluminum alloys. : 640
---- Use OEM-recommended procedures when replacing aluminum panels, including use of fasteners and self-piercing rivet guns. : 640
---- Straighten aluminum when required. : 640
---- Prepare surfaces for welding. : 640
---- Use aluminum welder; care for and maintain welder and welding wire. : 640
New Hours 640

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 24
---- General Workplace Safety : 24
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 24
---- Proper Lifting Techniques : 24
---- Right-to-Know/ Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 24
---- EPA Regulations for Working with Refrigerants, and Obtaining Required Certifications : 24
---- First Aid – minimum 6.5 hours every 3 years : 24
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training – MUST comply with section 201-g of the Labor Law : 24
---- Hazardous Waste Disposal and Hazardous Airborne Pollutants : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Reading Schematics : 24
---- Reading Technical Manuals and Procedures : 24
---- Trade Math : 24
New Hours 24






#13571 Automobile Body Repairer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Use and maintenance of typical shop tools and equipment : 500
---- Shop safety practices : 500
---- Exposure to basic mechanical : 500
---- Concepts and procedures : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 1500
---- Disassembling, assembling, and aligning : 1500
---- Roughing small dents with a hammer and dolly : 1500
---- Dinging small dents with a pick and file : 1500
---- Metal shrinking : 1500
---- Welding and brazing : 1500
---- Soldering : 1500
---- Plastic filling and repairing large dents using all of the above procedures : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1500
---- Repair door panels, rocker panels, quarter panels, trunk lids and hoods, install doors, trunk lids and hoods, and transfer all necessary parts : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1000
---- Compound, polish and wax automotive finishes : 1000
---- Feather-edge metal finished areas : 1000
---- Proper use of masking tape : 1000
---- Apply primer surfacer, glazing putty, and sand these materials : 1000
---- Refinish body panels with lacquer-type paint : 1000
---- Refinish body panels with enamel-type paint : 1000
---- Tow-phase painting (color and clear) : 1000
---- Refinish non-steel body panels, including polyurethane, aluminum, and fiberglass : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1500
---- Repair top cowl panels, cowl posts, and firewalls : 1500
---- Repair body and trunk floors and seats : 1500
---- Repair turret tops, including rear glass and windshield openings : 1500
---- Install quarter panels, door panels, and rocker panels. : 1500
New Hours 1500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 48
---- Business Math : 48
---- Algebra : 48
---- Metric Conversion : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 32
---- Properties of Materials : 32
---- Metallurgy : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 8
---- Blueprint Reading : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Customer Relations : 8
---- Technical Writing : 8
New Hours 8






#13569 Skilled Construction Craft Laborer



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 425
---- : 425
New Hours 425
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 40
---- Introduction to the General Construction Industry (if available) : 40
---- Building a Career as a Laborer (if available) : 40
---- Good Work Habits : 40
---- Productivity : 40
---- Growth Areas in Construction Employment (if available) : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Work and Role of a Laborer (if available) : 40
---- Jobsite Safety : 40
---- Measurement : 40
---- Basic Construction Math : 40
---- Safe Hand and Power Tool Operation : 40
---- Identification and Handling of Materials : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 32
---- Basics of Reading and Interpreting : 32
---- Symbols : 32
---- Line Conventions : 32
---- Views : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 20
---- Scaffold Builder : 20
---- Aerial Lift : 20
---- Hoisting and Rigging : 20
---- Fire Watch : 20
---- Cutting and Burning : 20
---- Concrete : 20
---- Pipe Laying : 20
---- Line and Grade : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Aerial Lift : 20
---- Hoisting and Rigging : 20
---- Concrete : 20
---- Pipe Laying : 20
---- Line and Grade : 20
---- Asphalt : 20
---- Traffic Control : 20
---- Drilling : 20
---- Scaffold Builder : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Scaffold Builder : 20
---- Aerial Lift : 20
---- Mason/Bricklayer/Plasterer Tending : 20
---- Scaffold Builder : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Aerial Lift : 20
---- Hoisting and Rigging : 20
---- Demolition/Deconstruction : 20
---- Fire Watch : 20
---- Cutting and Burning : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Hoisting and Rigging : 20
---- Line and Grade : 20
---- Pipeline : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Hoisting and Rigging : 20
---- Fire Watch : 20
---- Cutting and Burning : 20
---- Shotcrete : 20
---- Tunnel Worker : 20
---- Drilling : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Aerial Lift : 20
---- Asbestos Worker : 20
---- HAZWOPER: Certification and successful completion of annual refresher course : 20
---- Microbial Remediation : 20
---- Lead Abatement Worker: approved by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) : 20
New Hours 20






#13567 Linoleum, Resilient Tile & Carpet Layer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 250
---- Safe use of all tools and equipment. : 250
---- Care, maintenance, and proper storage of tools, equipment and materials. : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 750
---- Disconnecting and removing obstacles such as appliances and light fixtures. : 750
---- Pulling plug only – no hard wire disconnect. : 750
---- Safely removing existing materials as appropriate. : 750
---- Sweeping, scraping, sanding, chipping dirt and irregularities. : 750
---- Filling cracks with such materials as putty, plaster, and patch. : 750
---- Pouring floors, such as Ardex K15, for the purpose of installing trade-specific materials (optional). : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 350
---- Reading blueprints, sketches, work orders and/or specifications. : 350
---- Handling underlayment materials, such as plywood and felt. : 350
---- Measuring underlayment materials. : 350
---- Cutting underlayment materials. : 350
---- Applying adhesive cement to flooring. : 350
---- Installing and fitting underlayment materials. : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 2000
---- Reading blueprints, sketches, work order and/or specifications. : 2000
---- Measuring and planning layout for sheet goods: non-patterned, patterned, custom insets. : 2000
---- Measuring and planning layout for tiles: linear installation, quarter-turn, 45° patterns, others. : 2000
---- Handling resilient floorcovering. : 2000
---- Laying out and marking center lines, guidelines, and border lines on foundation material. : 2000
---- Measuring and cutting covering materials. : 2000
---- Laying resilient floorcovering; fitting, knifing, direct scribing, pattern scribing, other. : 2000
---- Applying covering using adhesive, staples, tape, nails, other. : 2000
---- Matching patterns and executing designs. : 2000
---- Seaming sections of sheet covering by double cutting, underscribing, sealing/welding, other. : 2000
---- Rolling finished surface. : 2000
---- Applying finishing materials: cove base, base shoe, metals/vinyl. : 2000
---- General maintenance and repair of hard surface materials. : 2000
---- Safe use, storage and disposal of adhesive. : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 1500
---- Reading blueprints, sketches, work orders and/or specifications. : 1500
---- Measuring and planning layout for appearance, durability, and matching of patterns; estimating amount of materials. : 1500
---- Handling underlay and carpet materials. : 1500
---- Laying padding or underlaying materials/ securing by stapling, gluing, taping, other. : 1500
---- Measuring and marking carpet. : 1500
---- Cutting carpet. : 1500
---- Installing fastening devices such as tackless strip, tacking strip, other. : 1500
---- Installing carpet: conventional method (stretching), gluing down, taping, other. : 1500
---- Trimming and securing carpet, finishing with metals/vinyls, base. : 1500
---- Seaming carpet by heat, sewing, wet method taping, other. : 1500
---- General maintenance and repairing of carpet and underlay. : 1500
---- Safely using, storing and disposing of adhesive. : 1500
---- Removing all type of carpet and handling new installation over old glues. : 1500
New Hours 1500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 22.5
---- Fundamentals : 22.5
---- Trade Safety – including proper use, storage and disposal of adhesive; SDS; removal of existing materials, including asbestos-backed; fall protection; all applicable OSHA and EPA regulations, standards, rules. : 22.5
---- OSHA 10-Hour Construction Course – if required for Public Work : 22.5
---- Asbestos Safety : 22.5
New Hours 22.5
Total Hours 24
---- Elementary Blueprint Reading : 24
---- Sketching and Drawing (including scaled drawing and working drawings) : 24
---- Layout : 24
---- C.A.D. (optional) : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Arithmetic : 24
---- Algebra : 24
---- Trade Math : 24
---- Estimating Materials and Cost : 24
New Hours 24






#13565 Plant Maintenance – Boilermaker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Following all safety procedures and policies. : 500
---- Properly using all required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). : 500
---- Properly using, storing, disposing of any trade-related hazardous materials, such as lubricants (if applicable). : 500
---- Safely cleaning/working with lead or asbestos-containing machinery/equipment (if applicable). : 500
---- Reading blueprints and schematics. : 500
---- Using all tools necessary for the trade, including but not limited to: wrenches, screwdrivers, hammers, hammer drills, pipe threaders, pipe cutters, tube rollers, oxyacetylene torches, multimeters, combustion analyzers. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Identifying boiler types: a) firetube; b) watertube; and c) cast iron sectional boilers. : 500
---- Identifying boiler classifications: a) low pressure - primarily HVAC applications; and b) high pressure – primarily used for power generation. : 500
---- Identifying and learning functions of boiler components, including but not limited to: burners, combustion chamber, heat exchanger, exhaust stack, condensate pumps, and controls. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 2000
---- “Starting up” boilers. : 2000
---- Monitoring boiler operations: checking water levels and pressures, testing low water controls, checking overpressure switches and other safety features. : 2000
---- Managing heating systems’ efficiency to ensure cost-savings and minimizing energy expenditures by utilizing boiler management systems and experience acquired on the job. : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 1500
---- Rebuilding boilers, including wiring of controls, connections to existing building system(s), boiler supply and return lines, feed waterlines, intake and exhaust. : 1500
---- Rigging where/when appropriate. : 1500
---- Welding where/when appropriate. : 1500
---- Testing installed boilers to ensure safe operation. : 1500
New Hours 1500

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
---- Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LO/TO) : 44
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (minimum 3 hours) : 44
New Hours 44






#13562 Human Resources Associate



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 48
---- Local, State, and Federal Guidelines Affecting Accounting (if applicable) : 48
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with section 201-g of the Labor Law : 48
---- Public Speaking : 48
---- Business Management Strategies : 48
---- Computer Literacy : 48
---- Data Analysis : 48
---- English Composition : 48
---- Basic Arithmetic : 48
---- Spreadsheets : 48
---- Databases : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 48
---- Introduction to Psychology : 48
---- Introduction to Management : 48
---- Leadership : 48
---- Organizational Psychology : 48
---- Social Psychology : 48
---- Public Speaking : 48
---- Human Resource Information Systems : 48
---- Introduction to Statistics : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 48
---- Business Ethics : 48
---- Oral and Written Communication Skills : 48
---- Independent and Collaborative Working : 48
---- Project Management : 48
---- Customer Service Skills : 48
---- Complex Problem Solving : 48
---- Evaluating Risks : 48
---- Active Listening : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours
---- Associate Professional in Human Resources (aPHR) :
---- Professional in Human Resources (PHR) :
New Hours






#13563 Dairy Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Safety Compliance. : 500
---- Handling Hazardous Materials. : 500
---- OSHA Safety Regulations. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 200
---- Safely handle animals in compliance with animal welfare standards and industry/farm related protocols. : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 300
---- Setup, adjust, and troubleshoot equipment and machines. : 300
---- Clean and sanitize milking and farm equipment according to regulations. : 300
---- Operate farm equipment including but not limited to skidsteers and tractors. : 300
---- Perform basic repair of equipment. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 2500
---- Assess/monitor animals for health and illness. : 2500
---- Treat and care for treatment of sick of lame animals. : 2500
---- Handle and restrain animals according to industry protocols. : 2500
---- Feed animals based on life stage nutritional needs. : 2500
---- Analyze herd production records and data to improve milk production and cow care. : 2500
---- Maintain/improve herd health through best practice. : 2500
---- Assist the veterinarian with herd health checks. : 2500
---- Oversee vaccination protocols. : 2500
---- Oversee animal care testing/protocols including blood draws, ketosis testing, genomic sampling, tagging, dehorning. : 2500
---- Assist in the general care and maintenance of the animals as needed but not limited to cleaning, bedding, and feeding. : 2500
---- Track weaning and feeding dates. : 2500
---- Assess animal locomotion and hock scoring. : 2500
New Hours 2500
Total Hours 2300
---- Monitor reproduction data. : 2300
---- Artificially inseminate cows. : 2300
---- Maintain estrous synchronization program. : 2300
---- Train others in artificial insemination. : 2300
---- Assist in calving. : 2300
---- Manage fresh cows. : 2300
---- Assess dry cow dates and treat dry cows. : 2300
---- Assist with newborn calf care and colostrum management. : 2300
New Hours 2300

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 14
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training – MUST comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 14
---- Proper animal handling and restraint : 14
---- Animal welfare : 14
---- Recommended OSHA 10 hour or 30 hour course : 14
---- General workplace safety : 14
---- Proper use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 14
---- Fall protection : 14
---- Ladder Safety : 14
---- Proper lifting techniques : 14
---- Right to Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 14
---- Annual hazard material communication training : 14
---- Fire extinguisher training : 14
---- Equipment safe operation practices : 14
---- Confined space training : 14
---- Safety around working machines : 14
---- Proper storage, handling, and administration of biological and chemical substances including government agency compliance : 14
---- Emergency response training : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 24
---- Basic Nutrition Management : 24
---- Assess and select appropriateness of feeds : 24
---- Monitor and assess feeding quantities, including dry matter : 24
---- Maintain feed records and information : 24
---- Young stock management : 24
---- Biosecurity : 24
---- Assess animals for behaviors that indicate illness : 24
---- Monitor body condition of animals : 24
---- Hoof and hock assessment : 24
---- Follow protocols to properly tag, dehorn, blood test animals : 24
---- Establish and maintain vaccination protocols : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 14
---- Follow cleaning and sanitizing protocols to manage the milk environment : 14
---- Manage milk quality : 14
---- Milk cows according to health and safety protocols : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 8
---- Spanish or other foreign language (if applicable) : 8
---- Multi-cultural Awareness : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 14
---- Basic anatomy and physiology : 14
---- Estrous cycles and synchronization programs : 14
---- Heat monitoring and evaluation : 14
---- Record Keeping : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 14
---- Basic Robotics : 14
---- Automation : 14
---- Basic mechanical repair : 14
---- Troubleshooting : 14
---- Equipment Operation: tractor, skidsteer operation : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 14
---- Basic networking : 14
---- Excel : 14
---- Data analysis : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 14
---- Self-management and interpersonal skills : 14
---- Continuous improvement methods : 14
---- Professional etiquette/communication with the public : 14
---- Supervisory leadership : 14
---- Project management : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 14
---- Farm business management including farm profitability : 14
---- Purchasing : 14
---- Inventory Management : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 8
---- Problem solving and critical thinking : 8
---- Teamwork : 8
---- Sexual harassment prevention training : 8
---- Self-motivated : 8
---- Techniques in workplace efficiency/time management : 8
---- Effectively communicates with consumers about practice and protocols : 8
---- Animal industry knowledge and awareness training : 8
New Hours 8






#13560 Junior Accountant



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Describe workplace organizational structure. : 500
---- Describe workplace policies and procedures. : 500
---- Comply with the employer building safety protocols. : 500
---- Comply with the organizational health and safety (OHS) policy. : 500
---- Orientation to company structures, business transactions and activities. : 500
---- Orientation to company equipment, such as copier, scanner, computer, filing, storage. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Perform general office duties, such as filing, answering telephones, and handling routine correspondence. : 500
---- Code documents according to company procedures. : 500
---- Access computerized financial information to answer general questions as well as those related to specific accounts. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 1500
---- Demonstrate knowledge of Microsoft programs, such as Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc. : 1500
---- Utilize Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, if applicable. : 1500
---- Effectively use latest accounting software, such as SAP, QuickBooks, Wave, Xero etc. : 1500
---- Become oriented to company equipment, such as copier, scanner, computer, filing storage, among the others. : 1500
---- Review documents and historical backgrounds of reports that are filed, ensuring confidentiality of information. : 1500
---- Operate computers programmed with accounting software to record, store and analyze information. : 1500
New Hours 1500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 16
---- Local, State and Federal Guidelines Affecting Accounting (if applicable) : 16
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 80
---- Introduction to Accounting : 80
---- Financial Accounting : 80
---- Managerial Accounting : 80
---- Cost Accounting : 80
---- Auditing : 80
---- Accounting Software : 80
---- Accounting Information Systems : 80
---- Computer Information Systems : 80
---- English Composition : 80
---- Basic Arithmetic : 80
---- Payroll Accounting : 80
---- Spreadsheets : 80
---- Databases : 80
---- Basic Computer Skills : 80
New Hours 80






#13558 Childcare Assistant



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 130
---- Become familiar with Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) regulations and remain current with them. : 130
---- Become familiar with physical plant and ensure its safety. : 130
---- Keep indoor and outdoor areas free of dangerous conditions and materials. : 130
---- Ensure safety equipment, such as fire extinguishers and smoke detectors, are in place and operable and know how to use them. : 130
---- Participate effectively in evacuation procedures. : 130
---- Conduct fire drills. : 130
---- Check daily that all equipment and materials are in safe, working order. Maintain equipment and materials. Limit the children using equipment to a safe number. : 130
---- Maintain order and safe behavior among children while recognizing their need to explore and be curious. : 130
---- Instruct children in safety rules and enforce them consistently. : 130
---- Lead children in clean-up activities. : 130
---- Maintain first aid supplies. Know what items are in the kit and use them appropriately. : 130
---- Understand liability – personal and organizational. : 130
New Hours 130
Total Hours 130
---- Verify children’s immunizations are up to date. : 130
---- Maintain an easily accessible and current list of phone numbers for contacting parents and emergency services. : 130
---- Identify, treat and report minor injuries/illnesses. : 130
---- Establish procedures for care of sick children; e.g. isolate a child with a contagious illness from well children, contact parents and medical providers and administer medicine. : 130
---- Identify major injuries/illnesses, giving first aid if appropriate, obtain professional medical care. : 130
---- Note children’s appearance for any evidence of illness, injury or change in behavior. : 130
---- Recognize indicators of possible abuse and maltreatment, seek resources for information and support; follow state law in response. : 130
---- Comply with ADA requirements, make the environmental accessible to those with special needs. : 130
---- Understand policies and liability for procedures regarding treatment and/or medication, child abuse, maltreatment law and emergency procedures. : 130
---- Conduct daily health checks, clean toys, materials and equipment. : 130
---- Establish good handwashing practices. : 130
New Hours 130
Total Hours 265
---- Arrange physical space and materials to create a dynamic aesthetic and stimulating environment. : 265
---- Ensure the environment supports a broad array of experiences. : 265
---- Provide a reliable routine together with a stimulating choice of materials, activities and relationships. : 265
---- Provide a variety of opportunities for actions and interactions between and among children and adults. : 265
---- Provide a balance between active and restful times, social and private times, receptive and productive activities, making choices and following the lead of others, helping others and being helped. : 265
---- Balance free and structured, individual and group, indoor and outdoor activities. : 265
---- Encourage decision-making and choices. : 265
---- Recognize and respect cultural diversity, which is reflected in activities and materials. : 265
---- Provide a caring, bias-free climate that supports children’s feelings of competence and self- worth. : 265
---- Provide for recognition of group and individual accomplishments. : 265
---- Adapt initial plans to increase range of options in the environment. : 265
New Hours 265
Total Hours 700
---- Assist with planning group and individual activities. : 700
---- Offer opportunities for active exploration, social interaction, creative expression and representation, experiences with literature, literacy enhancing activities, and construction of knowledge in an atmosphere that promotes children’s ability to learn as they play. : 700
---- Plan activities: complete daily lesson plans, organize instructional materials, arrange room. : 700
---- Plan and implement curriculum and instructional practices based on knowledge of individual children’s needs and interests, as determined by assessment information. : 700
---- Plan activities to foster children’s growth in all areas of development: physical/motor, social/emotional, cognitive. : 700
---- Evaluate and revise existing lesson plans, help develop new ones. : 700
---- Schedule activities, routines, and transitions which are consistent with developmentally appropriate practice, and provide variety in activity choices. : 700
---- Implement activities: direct or participate in setup, announce activities, direct and supervise children, improvise contingency activities, monitor time limits for each activity. : 700
---- Direct activities for individual children, small groups and entire group. : 700
---- Actively promote social skills such as: listening skills, sharing, teamwork and cooperation, decision-making, conflict resolution skills, respect for property. Teach these skills by verbal instruction and by example. : 700
---- Actively promote emotional skills such as: maintaining a positive self-image, handling anger, acting independently. : 700
---- Encourage active learning, rather than emphasizing adult talking and children’s passive listening. : 700
---- Use a variety of music, art, literature, dance, role playing, celebrations and other creative activities from the children’s culture(s) in program activities. : 700
---- Expand and enrich experiences as children develop. : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 700
---- Become familiar with common attributes of developmental stages associated with growth and learning in the childhood years. : 700
---- Understand the relationship of basic needs (food, clothing, shelter, human nurturing) to childhood growth and development. Understand the impact of poor nutrition, lack of medical care. : 700
---- Have realistic expectations about children’s attention spans, interests, social abilities and physical needs, including children with handicapping conditions. : 700
---- Implement plans for each child by identifying developmentally and culturally appropriate activities and materials for each day. : 700
---- Consider goals and objectives for each child and for the group as a whole; develop realistic plans responsive to the needs of all, including children with handicapping conditions. : 700
---- Make or obtain materials and equipment appropriate to the developmental needs of children. : 700
---- Delight in each child’s success, express kindness and support when a child is having trouble and help him/her learn from mistakes. : 700
---- Provide many opportunities for all children, including those with disabling conditions, to feel effective, experience success and gain the positive recognition of others. : 700
---- Recognize possible learning and/or developmental problems. Participate in the development and implementation of Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and Individual Family Service Plans (IFSPs) for children with special needs. : 700
---- Be aware of each child’s limitations and abilities, use guidance techniques accordingly and explain rules at child’s level of understanding. : 700
---- Use a variety of positive guidance methods – such as listening, reinforcement and redirection. : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 650
---- Gather information using the following procedures: record observations of the child / collect samples of the child’s work and play / produce audio or written records of conversations with child in both informal and formal contexts / obtain information from the child’s family / participate in the process of conducting informal assessments which are developmentally appropriate : 650
---- Participate in the process of integrating various assessments, as appropriate. : 650
---- Participate in the process of analyzing assessment information, as appropriate. : 650
---- Participate in the periodic review of children’s progress for the purposes of future planning, intervention, referrals, and/or teaching strategies, as appropriate. : 650
---- Participate in the process of setting long and short-range goals for individual children, as appropriate. : 650
---- Identify children with possible special needs, make referrals, as appropriate. : 650
---- Maintain up-to-date records concerning the growth, health, behavior, and progress of each child and the group and share the information with parents and appropriate center personnel. : 650
New Hours 650
Total Hours 440
---- Demonstrate mutual trust and respect for the values, attitudes, expectations and culture of other individuals. : 440
---- Demonstrate fluency in oral and written language skills. : 440
---- Communicate actively with each child – model good speech, listen carefully, respond actively to their expressions, converse with them, and build on their verbal and non-verbal understanding and vocabulary. : 440
---- Communicate in a developmentally appropriate way. : 440
---- Communicate with children, family members and colleagues in understandable formats, language and terminology (oral and written). : 440
---- Provide an active program with daily opportunities for children to converse with each other and with adults while engaged in a variety of informal and formal activities. : 440
---- Encourage the use of books and materials for writing and drawing. : 440
---- Provide activities that encourage children to develop listening and comprehension skills. : 440
---- Communicate behavioral choices and their consequences to children. : 440
---- Recognize possible impairments or delays that affect hearing and speech, help families find resources, cooperate with treatment plans, and find ways to communicate positively with these children. : 440
---- Report significant information to supervisor, either orally or in writing. : 440
---- Share views and participate in discussions about teaching roles and strategies, children’s growth and development, children’s needs and program plans. : 440
---- Contribute significantly to group discussion and decision-making. : 440
---- Communicate regularly with family members; involve them in discussions and decision- making regarding children, program and philosophy. : 440
---- Complete administrative records and forms. : 440
New Hours 440
Total Hours 265
---- Recognize the child’s family as the first and most enduring teachers. : 265
---- Greet parents, establish rapport. : 265
---- Establish and maintain partnerships with family members in which each recognizes the valuable contributions of the other. : 265
---- Respect and appreciate the family composition and culture of each child. : 265
---- Accommodate differences in families and cultural backgrounds in planning schedules and activities and adapt teaching roles and strategies to reflect differences in children’s needs as related to family and cultural backgrounds. : 265
---- Encourage parents to talk about important family events and their children’s special interests and behavior at home. Share information frequently with parents about the child’s experiences. : 265
---- Provide continuity of expectations and experiences between a child’s family and the childhood program. : 265
---- Participate in parents’ meetings, open houses, parent conferences, as appropriate. : 265
---- Help parents understand the development of their child and understand the child’s point of view. : 265
---- Help parents develop realistic expectations for children’s behavior in ways that help avoid disciplinary problems (e.g., discussing how long children can sit still.) : 265
---- Discuss problem behavior with parents in a constructive, supportive manner. : 265
---- Offer parents information about health and social services and other resources in the community. : 265
---- Follow up in a timely manner on actions agreed to at conferences with parents. : 265
---- Involve families in classroom activities related to their culture, interests, abilities and talents. : 265
---- Articulate program philosophy to parents; communicate and enforce program policies. : 265
---- Negotiate differences with parents. : 265
New Hours 265

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 44
---- Child Safety and Security : 44
---- Child Abuse and Maltreatment: Identification, Prevention, Statutes, Regulations : 44
---- Program Staffing/Supervision Requirements : 44
---- Sanitation : 44
---- Record Keeping : 44
---- Ethics : 44
---- Childhood Diseases : 44
---- First Aid (6.5 hours minimum) : 44
---- Infant and Child CPR : 44
---- Sexual Harassment Preventing Training – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 44
New Hours 44






#13556 Housekeeper (Commercial, Residential, Industrial)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 250
---- Learn and follow employer building safety protocols. : 250
---- Learn and follow equipment safety protocols. : 250
---- Learn and follow materials safety protocols. : 250
---- Learn and understand the need for a sanitary workspace: Chemical and equipment sanitation / Pest control / Miscellaneous problem areas. : 250
---- Properly test and apply potentially hazardous chemicals. : 250
---- Don and doff Personal Protective Equipment (when required). : 250
---- Practice proper body mechanics: learn safer and less strenuous methods for moving furniture and equipment. : 250
---- Demonstrate accident-avoidance skills. : 250
---- Safeguard against disease. : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 700
---- Use manual cleaning tools, including but not limited to: brooms, mops, buckets, squeegees, ladders, rags, spray bottles, etc. : 700
---- Use power cleaning equipment, including but not limited to: buffers, vacuum cleaners, carpet shampooers. : 700
---- Maintain cleaning equipment. : 700
---- Recognize and report equipment problems/malfunctions/defects, etc. : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 900
---- Clean resilient and hard surface floors, such as: vinyl, ceramic, quarry tile, and terrazzo. : 900
---- Clean carpets, using proper method dependent on fiber types. : 900
---- Clean fiberglass and porcelain in bathrooms. : 900
---- Clean walls with different finishes: painted, papered, paneled. : 900
---- Clean ceilings of various types: painted, textured, wood. : 900
---- Clean windows: draperies, shades, glass, blinds, and fixtures. : 900
---- Clean furniture with methods appropriate to finish: fabric, vinyl, etc. : 900
---- Clean kitchens/kitchenettes, etc. : 900
---- Clean office space. : 900
---- Stage room(s)/spaces for occupants. : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 50
---- Manage and maintain cleaning supplies: order, receive, issue, control, store, and cost items. : 50
New Hours 50

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 44
---- Emergency Procedures : 44
---- Accident Prevention : 44
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 44
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 44
---- Basic Workplace Safety or OSHA 10-Hour General Industry course : 44
---- First Aid – minimum 6.5 hours : 44
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 44
New Hours 44






#13553 Teacher Resident



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- Dignity for All Students Act : 32
---- Right-to-Know : 32
---- Child Abuse Reporting : 32
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training – MUST comply with Section 201-g of The Labor Law : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 92
---- Child or Adolescent Development : 92
---- Equity: Culturally Sustaining and Responsive Practice for Diverse Learners : 92
New Hours 92
Total Hours 92
---- Assessment : 92
---- Curriculum and Methods Study : 92
---- Literacy for Native Speakers and Students Learning English as a New Language : 92
---- Students with Disabilities : 92
---- Literacy : 92
---- Special Education : 92
---- Technology Tools : 92
---- Classroom Management : 92
New Hours 92






#13555 Outsourcing (Compounding) Pharmacy Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 44
---- General Workplace Safety and Infection Control : 44
---- First Aid/CPR (minimum 6.5 hrs.) : 44
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 44
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 44
---- Lockout/Tagout (where appropriate) : 44
---- Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Regulations : 44
---- HIPAA and Patient Confidentiality : 44
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 44
New Hours 44






#13551 Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Counselor Aide



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 350
---- Participate in Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) training; employ HIPAA Rules regarding privacy and security. : 350
---- Gather and document relevant substance abuse use history information from client to obtain current status. : 350
---- Provide assessments that are sensitive to the uniqueness of the individual by gaining knowledge about : 350
---- personality, cultures, lifestyles, gender, special needs and any other factors influencing client behavior. : 350
---- Recognize the signs and symptoms of alcohol and substance abuse, intoxication and withdrawal by interpreting observable behavior, laboratory data, results of interviews and testing. : 350
---- Determine if client is experiencing problems in addition to substance use disorders. : 350
---- Provide corroborative information and a complete history by evaluating information obtained from sources other than the client. : 350
---- Determine the client appropriateness and eligibility for placement in the continuum of treatment by assessing and matching client’s needs and treatment resources. : 350
---- Recognize conditions that are outside the Counselor Aide’s expertise by evaluating relevant information indicating the need for additional professional services in order to complete a comprehensive assessment. : 350
---- Provide an accurate assessment of the client’s problem by selecting, administering, scoring, and interpreting standardized instruments that assess substance use disorders to develop the most appropriate course of treatment. : 350
---- Assess the degree of risk of a client’s crisis situation by evaluating observed and reported behavior to determine which services are appropriate for stabilizing the client. : 350
---- Explain to the client the rationale, purpose and procedures associated with the assessment process using appropriate methods and technology to promote understanding and compliance with the recommended course of treatment. : 350
---- Document client’s psychological, social and physiological signs and symptoms of substance use disorders in order to formulate a treatment plan. : 350
---- Ensure the provision of an integrated approach to diagnosis and treatment planning, by participating as an active member of the treatment team. : 350
---- Promote understanding and compliance with the recommended course of treatment by explaining the results of a comprehensive biopsychosocial assessment. : 350
---- Formulate mutually agreed upon goals, objectives, and treatment methods based upon assessments findings for the purpose of direct course of treatment. : 350
---- Modify the treatment plan through collaboration with the client to ensure it reflects treatment needs as they change over time. : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 600
---- (Recommended maximum caseload for individual counseling – 3 clients) : 600
---- Establish a therapeutic relationship with clients and significant/ concerned others. : 600
---- Individualized counseling strategies with the client in order to maximize utilization of treatment resources. : 600
---- Provide information to client regarding the structure, expectations and limitations of counseling process. : 600
---- Develop a recovery plan with client using appropriate counseling techniques to reduce the risk of relapse. : 600
---- Assess the level of risk involved in a client’s crisis situation. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 250
---- Maintain client information about community resources and services by establishing contact with other service providers to evaluate the appropriateness of referring clients. : 250
---- Match community resources with client needs to improve the effectiveness of treatment by paying particular attention to the cultural and lifestyle characteristics of the client. : 250
---- Explain directly to the client the purpose and necessity for referral in order to ease the transition and facilitate client’s participation with other service providers. : 250
---- Demonstrate proficiency in maintaining the client’s record by following prescribed standards. : 250
---- Consult with supervisors, counselors, and other service providers by exchanging case findings, recommendations, treatment planning, and strategies for the client. : 250
---- Involve client actively in coordinating services by explaining the need for outside consultation on a one-to-one setting. : 250
---- Obtain client-informed consent by explaining the need for outside consultation. : 250
---- Advocate for client’s interests in all areas of targeted needs by negotiating plans with appropriate systems to help resolve client’s problems. : 250
---- Provide information and/or documentation to outside agencies through appropriate contacts. : 250
---- Evaluate the effectiveness of case management activities through regular consultation with supervisors and peers. : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 175
---- Use current literature and research findings to educate individuals and others about the etiology and pathology of substance use disorders for recognizing warning signs and symptoms. : 175
---- Use current literature and research findings to deliver culturally relevant formal and informal educational programs for clients and significant/concerned others to raise awareness of the prevention, treatment and recovery processes. : 175
---- Instruct clients and significant/concerned others through lecture, workshops and discussion to understand the influence of substance use disorders on families and other relationships. : 175
---- Use resources from other health/behavioral professions to educate clients and significant/concerned others about the increased health risks associated with substance use and abuse. : 175
---- Educate clients and significant/concerned others using appropriate methods and technology regarding the relationship between lifestyle choices and substance use to understand available alternatives. : 175
---- Discuss substance use disorders with other professionals through formal and informal meetings to examine the roles professionals play in the prevention, treatment and recovery process. : 175
---- Translate information about techniques, such as stress management, relaxation, communication, assertiveness and refusal skills in a culturally sensitive manner using appropriate methods and technology so that clients may improve their basic life skills. : 175
---- Provide education to the client about self help and peer support by supplying appropriate information to encourage participation. : 175
---- Inform clients and significant/concerned others about the biomedical effects of psychoactive substances using appropriate instructional techniques to raise awareness and affect behavioral change. : 175
New Hours 175
Total Hours 425
---- Communicate house rules and regulations to clients. : 425
---- Constant monitoring locations of clients. : 425
---- Supervise opening of client mail. : 425
---- Approve client requests to leave facility for specific purpose. : 425
---- Assign chores. : 425
---- Supervise completion of chores. : 425
---- Assign consequences (penalties) for such behavior as failure to complete chores or to return to facility as scheduled. : 425
---- Accompany clients to outside meetings and activities (as applicable). : 425
---- Model appropriate behaviors and emotions for clients. : 425
---- Monitor clients constantly. Verbally reinforce clients’ goals and expectations on a continuous basis. : 425
---- Supervise clients’ taking of prescribed medications. : 425
---- Help facilitate the resolution of conflicts between clients. : 425
---- Oversee redemption of client privileges (if applicable). : 425
New Hours 425
Total Hours 100
---- Keep written records of group and individual counseling sessions. : 100
---- Meet on a regular basis with other members of treatment team to discuss client’s behavior, progress and suggest strategies. : 100
---- Keep daily activity logs (if applicable). : 100
---- Complete unusual incident reports. : 100
---- Practice in preparing discharge plan for client (if applicable). : 100
New Hours 100

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 24
---- Trade Safety : 24
---- Violence Prevention : 24
---- HIPAA and Confidentiality : 24
---- First Aid and CPR : 24
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 88
---- General Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, and Developmental Psychology : 88
---- Knowledge of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse : 88
---- Basic Knowledge: Physical and Pharmacological Effects : 88
---- Knowledge of 12-Step and Self-Help Approaches : 88
---- Theories of Addiction : 88
---- Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counseling : 88
---- Individual Counseling : 88
---- Group Counseling : 88
---- Family and Significant Other Counseling : 88
---- Communicable Diseases: HIV/AIDS; STD’s; TB; HEPATITIS : 88
---- Special Populations : 88
---- MICA’s; Women; Gays/Lesbians; Adolescents : 88
---- Human Growth and Development Assessment : 88
---- Clinical Evaluation; Treatment Planning; Case Management and Patient/Family Education : 88
---- Interviewing Techniques : 88
---- Clinical Recordkeeping : 88
---- Case Management and Referral : 88
---- Cultural Diversity : 88
---- Professional and Ethical Responsibilities : 88
---- Counselor-Client Relationships : 88
---- Counselor Ethics : 88
---- Confidentiality/Legal Issues/Documentation : 88
---- Counselor Aide Wellness : 88
New Hours 88






#13549 Quality Assurance Auditor



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- Demonstrate knowledge of workplace procedures, policies, etc. : 300
---- Describe workplace structure, workflow, and relation of trade to the workflow. : 300
---- Practice working safely in workplace, e.g., follow : 300
---- Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LO/TO) procedures, safety plans, etc. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 400
---- Demonstrate understanding of manufacturing process (where applicable). : 400
---- Exhibit thorough understanding of items produced by employer. : 400
---- Demonstrate familiarity with production equipment and functions (excluding machinery operation). : 400
---- Demonstrate ability to read and interpret blueprints/engineering drawings. : 400
---- Exhibit grasp of trade math needed for work, e.g., decimal system, measurements. : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 700
---- Explain importance of quality control. : 700
---- Develop and demonstrate understanding of Statistical Process Control (SPC) methods. : 700
---- Develop and demonstrate an understanding of Geometrical Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T). : 700
---- Explain all dimensions being audited. : 700
---- Demonstrate familiarity with testing standards, e.g., ASTM, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), American National Standards Institute (ANSI). : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 2000
---- Set up all tools and gauges for use in performing quality assurance tasks, such as: gage blocks, vernier gages, plug (go/no-go) gages, profilometers, optical comparator, video comparator (Smartscope), roundness testers, microhardness testers, roughness testers, coordinate measuring machines (CMMs). : 2000
---- Use tools to acquire data for all manner of metrics, including but not limited to: roughness, cylindricity, perpendicularity, parallelism, angularity, outside/inside diameter (OD/ID). : 2000
---- Perform first piece inspection (where applicable), including recording and evaluating data. : 2000
---- Perform machine capability studies per customers’ instructions (if applicable). : 2000
---- Perform Repeatability & Reproducibility (R&R) studies on gages (if applicable). : 2000
---- Make decisions and communicate regarding quality of pieces to appropriate personnel, orally and in writing. : 2000
---- Demonstrate ability to analyze problems and suggest solutions. : 2000
---- Fill out all pertinent paperwork regarding audited materials, such as Material Defect Report, parts conformity to specified tolerances, etc. : 2000
New Hours 2000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 24
---- General Workplace Safety : 24
---- First Aid & CPR (minimum 6.5 hours every 3 years) : 24
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 24
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 24
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (minimum 3 hours) : 24
---- Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LO/TO) : 24
New Hours 24






#13547 Chemical Laboratory Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- Developing awareness of work environment and potential physical plant hazards. : 300
---- Developing awareness of environmental hazards, such as: solids, liquids, gases. : 300
---- Implementing emergency response protocol(s) if necessary. : 300
---- Properly donning and doffing appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). : 300
---- Developing awareness and demonstrating compliance with/ addressing safety and health concerns particular to industry, e.g., nuclear, biological, food, pharmaceutical. : 300
---- Handling and storing equipment safely. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 2800
---- Collecting liquids, using appropriate containers/collection methods. : 2800
---- Collecting solids, using appropriate containers/collection methods. : 2800
---- Collecting gases, using appropriate containers/collection methods. : 2800
---- Using hand tools to aid in sample collection, including, but not limited to: wrenches, screwdrivers, cordless drills. : 2800
---- Maintaining and replacing fittings used when drawing samples. : 2800
New Hours 2800
Total Hours 2000
---- Potentiometer : 2000
---- Millipore filter : 2000
---- Chromatograph : 2000
---- Spectroscope : 2000
---- Particle analyzer : 2000
---- Dew point analyzer : 2000
---- Proportional counters : 2000
---- Liquid scintillation counter : 2000
---- Test kits : 2000
---- Marinelli beakers (if applicable) : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Total organic carbon : 2000
---- Alpha/beta radiation (if applicable) : 2000
---- Dew point : 2000
---- Conductivity : 2000
---- Potentiometry (pH analysis) : 2000
---- Anion/cation : 2000
---- Atmospheric air sample composition : 2000
---- Tritium : 2000
---- Gamma radiation (if applicable) : 2000
---- Particulate concentration in breathing air and instrument air (if applicable) : 2000
---- Soluble/insoluble isotopes : 2000
---- Helium leak detection (if applicable) : 2000
---- Pollutant presence/concentration in discharge (if applicable) : 2000
---- Turbidity : 2000
---- Post-uv sampling (if applicable) : 2000
---- Preparing and standardizing analytical solutions and samples (if applicable) : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 500
---- Collecting data from various pieces of testing equipment. : 500
---- Comparing data to standards. : 500
---- Reporting results per employer protocol(s). : 500
---- Preparing chain of custody documents for samples taken for analysis (if applicable). : 500
---- Using a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS). : 500
---- Identifying need for maintenance and calibration and performing when required. : 500
---- Cleaning up work area. : 500
---- Maintaining inventory and ordering spare parts (if applicable). : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 36
---- General Workplace Safety : 36
---- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) required trainings (if applicable) : 36
---- Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) training(s) (if applicable) : 36
---- First Aid & CPR (minimum 6.5 hours every 3 years) : 36
---- Right-to-Know/Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) : 36
---- Proper use of all trade-related Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 36
---- Bloodborne Pathogens : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 36
---- Fundamentals of Technical Drawings : 36
---- Procedures particular to laboratory environment : 36
---- Corrective Action Program (if applicable) : 36
---- Fundamentals of Mathematics, including Weights, Measures, Ratios, Mixtures : 36
---- Algebra-Applying formulas and equations : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 36
---- Physics : 36
---- Principles of Electricity : 36
---- Material Science : 36
---- Basic Atomic and Nuclear Physics (if applicable) : 36
---- Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow : 36
---- Core Protection (if applicable) : 36
---- Basic Chemistry : 36
---- Water Treatment and Purification (if applicable) : 36
---- Corrosion : 36
New Hours 36






#13545 Biology Laboratory Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 100
---- Develop awareness of work environment and potential biological, chemical, radiological and physical hazards. : 100
---- Develop awareness of environmental hazards, such as: solids, liquids, gases. : 100
---- Implement emergency response protocol(s) if necessary. : 100
---- Select, don, and doff appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). : 100
---- Develop awareness and demonstrate compliance with addressing safety and health concerns particular to industry, e.g., nuclear, biological, food, pharmaceutical. : 100
---- Setup, operate, and store equipment safely. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 150
---- Use Fundamental Laboratory Units and Calculations, including weights, measures, ratios, mixtures, concentration and dilutions. : 150
---- Accurate, safe weighing of laboratory chemicals. : 150
---- Prepare solutions of specific concentration and pH. : 150
---- Accurate, Safe Sample and Reagent Transfer by handheld Pipet. : 150
---- Calculate and prepare Dilution Series. : 150
---- Label solutions and wastes per employer procedure. : 150
---- Sample centrifugation per employer procedure. : 150
---- Refer to laboratory notebook per employer procedure : 150
---- Learn and follow ethics and compliance procedures. : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 1000
---- Set-up, use, clean and take-down: Multidrop Combi Liquid Dispenser / ECHO Acoustic Sample Transfer Station / Certus Flex Liquid Dispenser / BioTek Plate Washer / PE EnVision Plate Reader / MD FLIPR Plate Reader. : 1000
---- Implement Biochemical Assay Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for sample testing. : 1000
---- Record and analyze biochemical test data. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Setup, use, and clean: Biosafety Class II cabinets / Cell Incubators / Floor Standing Centrifuges. : 1000
---- Use and clean cell analyzers and microscopes. : 1000
---- Recognize and be familiar with culture and maintenance of: Microbial Organisms / /Insect Cells / Mammalian Cells : 1000
---- Analyze cell culture density and health. : 1000
---- Execute Cell Culture Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). : 1000
---- Record keeping for cell culture and maintenance. : 1000
---- Execute Cell Toxicity SOPs for sample testing. : 1000
---- Record and analyze Cell Toxicity test data. : 1000
---- Maintain cell culture laboratory housekeeping. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Execute DNA Plasmid, Bacmid and Phage production and analyze SOPs. : 1000
---- Record Keeping for DNA Production. : 1000
---- Setup, use, and clean DNA Production and Analysis equipment. : 1000
---- Execute Cell Culture Infection and Transfection. : 1000
---- Setup, use, and clean Cell Infection, Cell Transfection and : 1000
---- Analysis Equipment. : 1000
---- Execute Protein Production SOPs. : 1000
---- Record Keeping for Protein Production and Analysis. : 1000
---- Setup, use, and clean protein production and analysis equipment. : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 12
---- General Workplace Safety : 12
---- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) required trainings (if applicable) : 12
---- Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) training(s) (if applicable) : 12
---- Proper selection and use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 12
---- Biosafety & Bloodborne Pathogens Safety : 12
---- Industrial Hygiene Plan : 12
---- High Potency Compound : 12
---- Procedures Spill Clean-up : 12
---- Procedures Hazardous Waste : 12
---- Procedures Radiation Safety : 12
---- Emergency Response and Evacuation : 12
---- Hazard Communication Plan : 12
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 12
---- First Aid & CPR : 12
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training – MUST comply with section 201-g of the Labor Law : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Basic Biochemistry : 12
---- Basic Microbiology : 12
---- Basic Cell Biology : 12
---- Basic Chemistry : 12
---- Basic Mathematics : 12
---- Core Protection : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Laboratory Equipment : 12
---- Biochemical Analysis : 12
---- Cell Culture and Analysis : 12
---- Protein Expression, Purification and Analysis : 12
---- Radiation & Radioactive Decay (if applicable) : 12
---- Sample Preparation and Testing : 12
---- Centrifugation : 12
---- Liquid Handling : 12
---- Spectrophotometry : 12
---- Fluorimetry : 12
---- Liquid Scintillation : 12
---- Chromatography : 12
---- Electrophoresis : 12
---- Bioassay : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Laboratory Vocabulary : 12
---- Fundamental Laboratory Units and Calculations, including Weights, Measures, Ratios, Mixtures and Dilutions : 12
---- Accurate, Safe Weighing of Laboratory Chemicals : 12
---- Preparation of Solutions of Specific Concentration and pH. Fundamental Hand-Held Pipetting : 12
---- Calculation and Preparation of Dilution Series : 12
---- Procedures for Labeling Solutions and Waste : 12
---- Laboratory Notebook Keeping : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 24
---- Biochemical Vocabulary and Laboratory Orientation : 24
---- Best Practices for Execution of Biochemical Assay Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) : 24
---- Handling and Dilution of Proteins, Nucleic Acids, Substrates and Compounds : 24
---- Appropriate Actions in the Event of a Deviation from the SOP : 24
---- Recording and Analysis of Biochemical Test Data : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Cell Culture Vocabulary and Laboratory Orientation : 24
---- Personal Protective Equipment and Procedures for Cell Culture : 24
---- Use and Cleaning of Cell Analyzers and Microscopes : 24
---- Aseptic Technique : 24
---- How to Read a Cell Culture SOP : 24
---- Organizing the Workspace and Schedule for SOP Execution : 24
---- Appropriate Actions in the Event of a Deviation from the SOP : 24
---- How to Read Microbial and Mammalian Cell Toxicity Assay : 24
---- SOPs : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 12
---- Protein Expression, Purification and Analysis Vocabulary and Laboratory Orientation : 12
---- Execution of DNA Plasmid, Bacmid. P1 Phage, P2 Phage and P3 Phage : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- How to Read a DNA Production and Analysis SOP : 12
---- Organizing the Workspace and Schedule for SOP Execution : 12
---- Production of Plasmid for Expression in E.coli : 12
---- Production of Plasmid for Expression in Yeast : 12
---- Production of Plasmid and Bacmid for Expression in Mammalian Cells : 12
---- Production of Phage for Expression in Insect Cells : 12
---- Analysis of DNA Samples : 12
---- Appropriate Actions in the Event of a Deviation from the SOP or an Execution of Cell Infection and Cell Transfection SOPs : 12
---- How to Read a Cell Infection/Transfection SOP : 12
---- Organizing the Workspace and Schedule for SOP Execution : 12
---- Plasmid Transfection of E.coli : 12
---- Plasmid Transfection of Yeast : 12
---- Plasmid Transfection of Mammalian Cells : 12
---- Phage infection of Insect Cells : 12
---- Assessment of Transfection and Infection Efficiency : 12
---- Assessment of Target Protein : 12
---- Appropriate Actions in the Event of a Deviation from the SOP or an unexpected outcome : 12
---- Record Keeping for Cell Culture Infection and Transfection : 12
---- Setup, Use and Cleaning of Cell Infection, Cell Transfection and Analysis Equipment : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- How to Read a Protein Production SOP : 12
---- Organizing the Workspace and Schedule for SOP Execution : 12
---- Protein Production from E.coli : 12
---- Protein Production from Yeast : 12
---- Protein Production from Mammalian Cells : 12
---- Protein Production from Insect Cells : 12
---- Assessment of Protein Production Yield and Purity Protein Concentration Assay : 12
---- Appropriate Actions in the Event of a Deviation from the SOP or an unexpected outcome : 12
---- Record Keeping for Protein Production and Analysis : 12
New Hours 12






#13543 Fiber Optic Calibration Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1000
---- Receive oral and/or written assignments. : 1000
---- Become familiar with established national and international calibration standard such as ANSI, ISO, etc. : 1000
---- Set up laboratory and testing standards and record/report test results. : 1000
---- Plan sequence of testing using blueprints, schematics, technical manuals, procedures, specifications, manufacturers’ websites. : 1000
---- Set up test equipment and conduct tests on the performance and reliability of fiber optic components such as distribution cables, truck cables, high density interconnect cables, standard patch cords, transmitters and receivers. Use pressure test gauges. : 1000
---- Calibrate, troubleshoot and repair ultra- sophisticated fiber optic instruments including precision electrical, mechanical and optical components. : 1000
---- Perform quality assurance on micrometers, calipers, other precision instruments, and masters. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 2700
---- Plan schedule of calibration procedures; enter scheduling data into computer. : 2700
---- Prepare, process, and organize equipment; ensure it is neat and ready for calibration/service process. : 2700
---- Install and repair instruments and equipment such as Optical Time Domain Reflectometers (OTDRs), Light Sources and Meters, Fiber Optic Cleavers, Signals Pulse/Test Boxes, Fiber Optic Identifiers, Inspection Scopes and Fault Locators. : 2700
---- Clean exterior splicer kits. : 2700
---- Receive equipment in lab and evaluate orders for importance. : 2700
---- Monitor environmental factors such as temperature, vibration, electrical noise. : 2700
---- Set up standard and special-purpose lab equipment to calibrate other instruments and test equipment. Use calibration jigs, fixtures, and required standards. : 2700
New Hours 2700
Total Hours 3000
---- Receive oral and/or written assignments. : 3000
---- Secure applicable schematics, procedures, equipment manuals, other technical documents. : 3000
---- Calibrate instruments and equipment. : 3000
---- Align and balance component parts and circuitry. : 3000
---- Disassemble instruments and equipment, as needed, using hand tools such as screwdrivers, nut- driver and hex wrench sets, needle-nose and side cutting pliers, utility knifes, and cordless drill and bits. : 3000
---- Inspect components for defects. : 3000
---- Use hand tools and equipment such as: volt meters, fiber power meter, fiber fault locator, oscilloscope, OTDR, fiber polishing disk, bench-top microscope, carbide scribe, fiber cleaver, fiber splicer, and crimping tools. : 3000
---- Reassemble instruments and equipment. : 3000
---- Recalibrate instruments and equipment. : 3000
---- Recognize when repair is too sophisticated to be done in- house. Recognize when repair is too costly to be feasible. : 3000
---- Perform preventive maintenance on test apparatus and peripheral equipment. Maintain and analyze history of maintenance. : 3000
New Hours 3000
Total Hours 250
---- Receive oral and/or written assignment. : 250
---- Secure applicable schematics, procedures, equipment manuals, or other technical documents. : 250
---- Perform optical alignments to equipment. : 250
---- Program and configure microprocessor-based metrology equipment. : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 500
---- Maintain day-to-day reports and logs accurately and in a timely manner. : 500
---- Perform all steps in the sub-contract process such as computer work/packaging/maintaining logs. : 500
---- Evaluate and maintain stock levels for parts used. : 500
---- Ensure service orders are set up correctly in the database (serial numbers/part numbers, etc.). : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 24
---- Proper Use of Personal Protective Equipment : 24
---- Blood Borne Pathogens : 24
---- Lockout/Tagout Procedures : 24
---- Familiarization with MSDS for all Chemicals Used in this Trade : 24
---- Proper Use, Storage, Disposal of Work-Related Chemicals : 24
---- Safe Handling of High Pressure and Combustible Gases and Liquids (if Applicable) : 24
---- Safely Working with Radioactive Devices (if applicable) : 24
---- Safely Working with Lasers (if applicable) : 24
---- First Aid – minimum of 6.5 hours every 3 years : 24
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training – MUST comply with Section 201-g of the Labor law : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Reading Electrical and Mechanical Blueprints : 24
---- Reading Electronic Schematics : 24
---- Reading Technical Manuals : 24
---- Basic Electro-Mechanical Sketching : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- College-level Algebra : 24
---- Analytical Geometry : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Introduction to Personal Computer Hardware : 24
---- Introduction to Computer Operating Systems : 24
---- Introduction to Computer Programming : 24
---- Introduction to Software Applications : 24
---- Introduction to the Internet : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Theory of Electricity : 24
---- Electronics Theory : 24
---- Electronic Circuit Analysis : 24
---- Metrology : 24
---- Measurement Principles : 24
---- Chemistry : 24
---- Physics : 24
---- Statistical and Quality Control Methods : 24
---- Optics : 24
---- Thermodynamics : 24
---- Solid State Devices : 24
---- Troubleshooting Techniques : 24
---- Introduction to ISO, ANSI, IEC, AALA, ASTM, SAE, NIST Standards (optional) : 24
New Hours 24






#13541 Manufacturing Engineering Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 125
---- Demonstrate knowledge of general workplace procedures, policies, etc. : 125
---- Describe workplace structure, workflow, and relation of trade to the workflow. : 125
---- Learn and follow workplace safety policies. : 125
---- Learn emergency procedures and implement (if necessary). : 125
New Hours 125
Total Hours 875
---- Support quality improvement technicians as they respond to: Production line calls; interact with Assembly/Testing/Final : 875
---- Inspection (ATF) quality and product engineering technicians; measure suspect parts; screen parts; support Emergency Quality Responses (EQR). : 875
---- Become familiar with prints, standards, Non-Conforming Material Reports (NCMR), waivers, deviations, and EQR procedures. : 875
---- Support customer-specific inspections, write up findings, escalate issues, participate in daily quality meetings. : 875
---- Shadow Certified Quality Auditors (CQA) as they respond to: Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) quality calls, use diagnostic systems and databases to diagnose fault codes/complaints, place emergency part orders, and receive OEM quality rejected parts. : 875
---- Shadow Quality Systems Technicians as they conduct Marine Witness Tests (if applicable), conduct Repeatability and Reliability (R&R) studies, and perform various audits. : 875
---- Shadow Reliability Technicians as they: track and report Early Life Failures (or equivalent depending on industry), supplier-caused OEM defects, track major quality/repair issues. : 875
---- Support product quality auditors as they perform teardown & rebuild quality audits, conduct failure analyses. : 875
---- Become familiar with hand tools, torque wrenches, feeler gauges, impact guns, product disassembly and reassembly. : 875
---- Shadow Metrology Technicians as they conduct measurements using: calipers, micrometers, optical comparators, height gauges, gauge blocks, and dial bore gauges. : 875
---- Shadow Measurement Technicians as they conduct measurements using: profilometers, roundness gauges, super micrometers, Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMM), and other precision measurement equipment. : 875
New Hours 875
Total Hours 1000
---- Shadow engineers, technicians, and fabrication shop workers. : 1000
---- Become familiar with work station content, flow, workstation time studies, and overcycle data. : 1000
---- Understand National Institute of Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH) and ergonomic standards when designing racks. : 1000
---- Learn basics of AutoCAD layout and rack designs. : 1000
---- Determine line balance and manpower needs based on required efficiencies. : 1000
---- Participate in quality improvement activities. : 1000
---- Shadow electrical troubleshooting. : 1000
---- Receive introduction to electrical safety requirements. : 1000
---- Receive introduction to assembly processes, equipment and maintenance/ troubleshooting/repair needs. : 1000
---- Receive introduction to specific safety requirements and equipment safety considerations. : 1000
---- Become familiar with tool fixtures and tool installations. : 1000
---- Develop understanding of product movement systems on shopfloor. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Become familiar with quality database calculations. : 1000
---- Partner with line engineers/technicians to track line quality defect(s) and discrepant material per employer procedure. : 1000
---- Support creation of quality alerts. : 1000
---- Develop understanding of control plans and operator level quality documents. : 1000
---- Become familiar with process Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA). : 1000
---- Learn to use statistical software (e.g., Minitab) for capability analysis. : 1000
---- Support a gage R&R study and calculation. : 1000
---- Participate in customer-facing discussions with line Engineer/Technician. : 1000
---- Participate in root cause analysis (such as A3)/Production Preparation Process (3P) analysis on everyday problems. : 1000
---- Learn tool requirement and tool change procedures. : 1000
---- Partner with Engineers and Tool Coordinators to become familiar with all types of tooling: mills, drills, taps, reamers, grinding wheels, lapping tape and stones, tool holders, etc. : 1000
---- Learn material procurement processes. : 1000
---- Become familiar with tool test processes and procedures. : 1000
---- Become familiar with the tool re-grind process. : 1000
---- Learn tool measurement techniques using micrometers, comparators, dial indicators, etc. : 1000
---- Demonstrate understanding of Lock Out/Tag Out (LO/TO) procedure; Obtain status to perform LO/TO on selected equipment. : 1000
---- Utilize part prints, process sheets, and tool drawings to demonstrate an understanding of operational sequences and connection between operator tasks, process documentation, and inspection/control plans. : 1000
---- Learn and perform hands-on metrology/parts inspection. : 1000
---- Demonstrate understanding of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) programs. : 1000
---- Partner with line Engineer and Technicians to troubleshoot machining processes regarding machine and quality. : 1000
---- Understand lift table data and how it is used to help create CNC machining programs. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Shadow operations engineers as they respond to: production line calls, interact with Quality and Supplier Quality Improvement (SQI) technicians and engineers. : 1000
---- Become familiar with prints, standards, Non-Conforming Material Reports (NCMR), waivers, deviations, and EQR procedures. : 1000
---- Shadow problem solving engineers as they: evaluate failed components/parts, develop investigation plans and design reviews, and report out in product quality forums. : 1000
---- Become familiar with component/product failure analysis, 7-Step Problem Solving, Factor Tree Analysis, and design reviews. : 1000
---- Shadow systems performance integration engineers as they: plan tests, set up data acquisition, complete test routes, and analyze data. : 1000
---- Become familiar with: calibrations, software, test planning, instrumentation. : 1000
---- Shadow after treatment integration engineers and on-board diagnostic engineers as they: evaluate fault codes, develop investigation plans, develop calibrations, and develop diagnostics. : 1000
---- Shadow engineering build technicians as they: review test requests, build test products, install instrumentation, and conduct repairs and modifications. : 1000
---- Shadow Applied Mechanics & Instrumentation (AMI) Technicians as they review: Test requests, select measurement methods, install gauges and instrumentation, and wire instrumentation to data acquisition equipment. : 1000
---- Become familiar with strain gauges, pressure transducers, load cells, thermocouples, etc. : 1000
---- Shadow Applied Mechanics & Instrumentation Engineers as they: calibrate instrumentation, conduct tests, gather & analyze data, draw conclusions, and make recommendations. : 1000
---- Become familiar with data acquisition equipment, test procedures, and analysis techniques. : 1000
---- Shadow product test Technicians as they: operate test rigs, swap components, monitor testing, and collect data. : 1000
---- Shadow test Engineers and Technicians as they: work with customers to define deliverables, develop preliminary concepts. Construct test rigs, and develop measurement systems. : 1000
---- Shadow Materials Technicians and Metallurgists as they: prepare metallurgical samples (if applicable), measure macro- and micro-hardness, review structure, and use advanced analysis equipment. : 1000
---- Become familiar with lab safety, sectioning, micro-preparation, polishing, hardness testing, metallographic analysis, and advanced analysis. : 1000
---- Shadow Materials Technicians and Chemists as they: prepare samples, run tests, and draw conclusions. : 1000
---- Become familiar with: viscometers, titration, spectrometers, and advanced analysis equipment. : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 36
---- General Workplace Safety : 36
---- First Aid & CPR (minimum 6.5 hours) : 36
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 36
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 36
---- Asbestos Awareness (if present – see Attachment to Appendix B) : 36
---- Lockout/Tagout (LO/TO) : 36
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 36
---- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10-Hour General Industry : 36
---- OSHA 30-Hour General Industry (at option of sponsor) : 36
New Hours 36






#13539 Data Analyst



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 48
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training : 48
---- Employer Onboarding (if applicable) : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 48
---- Data Science : 48
---- Data Analytics : 48
---- Database Concepts : 48
---- Project Management : 48
---- Logic : 48
---- Probability : 48
---- Statistics and Statistical Methods for Data Science : 48
---- Modeling : 48
---- Data Mining : 48
New Hours 48






#13536 Network Administrator



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 48
---- General Workplace Safety : 48
---- First Aid & CPR (minimum 6.5 hours every 3 years) : 48
---- Right-to-Know/ Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 48
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 48
---- Hardware : 48
---- Peripherals : 48
---- Software : 48
---- Installation and configuration of software : 48
---- Operating Systems, e.g., Microsoft, MacOS : 48
---- Troubleshooting : 48
---- Networks: Local Area Network (LAN); Wide Area Network (WAN) : 48
---- Domain Name Servers : 48
---- Domain Controllers : 48
---- Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) / Internet Protocol (IP) : 48
---- Installation and configuration of various network devices : 48
---- Network Functions : 48
---- Routers : 48
---- Routing Protocol : 48
---- Cybersecurity : 48
---- Databases (if Work Process E is selected in Appendix A) : 48
---- Multi-Media applications (if Work Process E is selected in Appendix A) : 48
---- Video applications (if Work Process E is selected in Appendix A) : 48
New Hours 48






#13537 Cloud Engineer



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 36
---- Local, State and Federal Guidelines Affecting Accounting (if applicable) : 36
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 36
---- Software Design : 36
---- Introduction to Network Concepts : 36
---- Cloud Computing: Infrastructure and Services : 36
---- Linux System Administration : 36
---- Virtual Infrastructure: Instruction and Configuration : 36
---- Information Storage and Management : 36
---- Administration of Network Resources : 36
---- Advanced Database Management : 36
---- Network Security Basics : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 36
---- Oral and Written Communication : 36
---- Time Management : 36
---- Teamwork : 36
---- Customer Service (if applicable) : 36
New Hours 36






#13534 Project Managers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 48
---- General Workplace Safety : 48
---- Right-to-Know/ Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 48
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 48
---- Project Management Professional qualification (PMP) or equivalent : 48
---- Project Management (PM) techniques, methods and proficiency with PM tools (MS Project or other related tools) : 48
---- Leadership and Team Building Skills : 48
---- Multi-task contracts and/or subcontracts of various types, and complexity : 48
---- Project Financial Management : 48
---- Project Problem, Issue, Dependency and Risk Management : 48
---- Resource Management : 48
---- Critical thinking and problem solving : 48
---- Contract negotiation : 48
---- Conflict resolution : 48
---- Microsoft Office, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. : 48
New Hours 48






#13530 Construction Manager



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 750
---- Learn project-dependent construction processes and sequences : 750
---- Read and understand blueprints and specifications, including but not limited to general building documents, shop drawings, etc. : 750
---- Develop familiarity with construction software, mobile applications (tablets, apps), and Building Information Modeling (BIM). : 750
---- Develop Site Plans: site safety, site access, on-site access, site drainage, and water control. : 750
---- Attend and conduct safety meetings; know and communicate importance of personal Protective Equipment (PPE); conduct “Toolbox Talks” : 750
---- Learn and follow regulatory requirements regarding jobsite safety: human and environmental. : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 1500
---- Perform basic materials takeoffs to quantify project components using conventional methods and software : 1500
---- Attend project site inspections to facilitate understanding site conditions and restrictions : 1500
---- Become familiar with all manner of construction documents, including but not limited to: a. Invitation(s) to bid; b. Requests for Proposals (RFPs); c. Instructions to bidders and bid forms general and supplementary contract conditions; e. technical specifications; f. construction drawings. : 1500
---- Utilize contract documents and specifications to interpret and determine scope(s) of work : 1500
---- Use determined scope of work to establish estimates of various kinds, including but not limited to: production, procurement, materials, and subcontracting possibilities : 1500
---- Create, organize, and maintain vendor/subcontractor lists to facilitate quotes for projects. : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1500
---- Develop a thorough understanding of construction processes and sequences : 1500
---- Assist in implementation of Site Plan: set-up, temporary utilities, security, communication, permits, signage, job posting requirements, safety protocols, and work schedule(s) : 1500
---- Assist and prepare daily logs, reports, and coordination meetings : 1500
---- Attend and conduct daily work plan reviews, and discuss potential risks with subcontractors : 1500
---- Conduct field inspections to ensure work performed conforms to contract documents and specifications : 1500
---- Assist/develop Requests for Information (RFIs) to design team and issue noncormance reports to contractors : 1500
---- Coordinate required inspections with appropriate agencies, departments, etc. : 1500
---- Perform job progress inspections and completion list inspections : 1500
---- Ensure project cleanliness and organization. : 1500
New Hours 1500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 48
---- First Aid & CPR : 48
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training – must comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 48
---- Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) 30-hour Construction Safety Course : 48
---- OSHA 40-hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard (HAZWOPER) Training : 48
---- New York City Department of Buildings (NYCDOB)-approved 8-hour Superintendents Site Safety Coordinator Course (and/or Refresher) (if applicable) : 48
---- NYCDOB-approved 40-hour Site Safety Manager Course (if applicable) Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 48
---- Fall Protection : 48
---- Scaffold User/Suspended Scaffolding/Ladder Safety Local Building Codes : 48
---- Industry Code Standards (such as NFPA 70, National Electrical Code (NEC); International Plumbing Code (IPC) : 48
---- Safety Culture Training (such as Incident and Injury-Free (IIF)TM) : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 48
---- Plan and Specification Reading : 48
---- Shop Drawings : 48
---- Project Documents (e.g., submittals, transmittals, change orders, RFIs) : 48
---- Site Safety Plans : 48
---- Logistics : 48
---- Plans and Permits : 48
---- Scheduling : 48
---- Project Management Software and Computer Applications: tablet, cloud-based, BIM, document control software : 48
New Hours 48






#13532 Continuous Improvement Associate



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 50
---- Follow employer-specific safety procedures around things such as: workstations, machinery, equipment. : 50
---- Recognize and minimize potential hazards (if applicable). : 50
---- Adhere to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) General Industry safety standards (if applicable). : 50
---- Maintain clean workspace. : 50
---- Demonstrate awareness of First Aid, CPR, and bloodborne pathogens (if applicable). : 50
---- Complete all employer-specific “onboarding”. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 500
---- Describe Continuous Improvement (CI). : 500
---- Learn employer’s Operations Management System (OMS): What is it? What does it do? What is its goal? : 500
---- Develop an understanding of workplace culture; describe its elements; describe process of moving from a state of cultural “unawareness” to embedded cultural change. : 500
---- Describe the difference between a Lean Production Model and the Classical Management Model. : 500
---- Learn and define the “8 types of waste”. : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 1450
---- Learn, understand, and explain the mission and goals of CI. : 1450
---- Learn and perform value stream mapping; define the rationale for a value stream map; construct a current-state map, including at minimum process material movement, information flow, push and pull, inventory and process time, apply Lean Guidelines, draw Future-State Map. : 1450
---- Perform Process Mapping: include common elements, such as tasks and activities, decision points, cycle times, work in process, sequence, loops, travel/distance, yield/scrap. : 1450
---- Define and calculate Takt Time. : 1450
---- Perform a Product-Quality Analysis. : 1450
---- Compose a Process-at-a-glance chart. : 1450
---- Construct a Process Matrix, with special attention to “Star Part”. : 1450
---- Draw a Part Spaghetti Chart. : 1450
New Hours 1450
Total Hours 1000
---- Conduct Time Observation(s): observe, record task(s), and time of person's actual work. : 1000
---- Perform a Capacity Analysis. : 1000
---- Create a Standard Work Combination Sheet. : 1000
---- Draw a Standard Work Sheet: outline work path of operator(s). : 1000
---- Use an Operator Bar Chart to compare actual task cycle time to Takt Time; plot manual, automatic, walking, and set-up time for each operation as it pertains to material/workflow. : 1000
---- Calculate the Standard Work In Process (SWIP); combine to create a SWIP & Operators Calculation. : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 48
---- General Workplace Safety : 48
---- Proper Use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (if applicable) : 48
---- OSHA 10 Hour for General Industry (if applicable) : 48
---- Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS) : 48
---- First Aid & CPR (6.5 hours minimum) (if applicable) : 48
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training – MUST comply with Section 201-g of the Labor Law : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 24
---- Workplace Culture – Mission & Goals : 24
---- Waste – manufacturing and/or support/administrative processes : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Takt Time Calculation(s) : 24
---- Product Quantity (P-Q) Analysis : 24
---- Process Matrix : 24
---- Process-at-a-glance : 24
---- Part Spaghetti Chart : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Time Observations : 24
---- Capacity Analysis : 24
---- Standard Work Combination Sheet : 24
---- Standard Work Sheet : 24
---- Operator Bar Chart : 24
---- Standard Work In Process (SWIP) : 24
New Hours 24






#13528 Business Operations Associate



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 48
---- Basic Workplace Safety : 48
---- Sexual Harassment Prevention – must comply with section 201-g of the Labor Law : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 48
---- Introduction to Business Management : 48
---- Introduction to Economics : 48
---- Introduction to Accounting : 48
---- Computer Literacy : 48
---- Data Analysis : 48
---- English Composition : 48
---- Basic Arithmetic : 48
---- Financial Modeling : 48
---- Spreadsheets : 48
---- Databases : 48
---- Basic Computer Skills : 48
---- Risk Management : 48
New Hours 48






#13526 Field Service Engineer (Medical)



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 24
---- Hologic Organization and Culture : 24
---- HR Benefits : 24
---- Technical Support Overview : 24
---- Field Service Overview : 24
---- Travel Policy : 24
---- IT Setup : 24
---- OLM Training (Online Learning Management) : 24
---- Radiation Safety : 24
---- Expense Reports : 24
---- eTime : 24
---- Responsibilities of Apprentice : 24
---- Hologic Apprentice Feedback Report : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 54
---- Hologic networking and connectivity products overview : 54
---- DICOM and network communications theory : 54
---- The DICOM Standard and DICOM Conformance Statements : 54
---- Hologic and Windows software components : 54
---- Windows power user techniques : 54
---- Installation and setup of Hologic network components : 54
---- Practical DICOM and network troubleshooting : 54
---- Common problems description and resolution : 54
---- Centralized archives : 54
---- Workable configurations : 54
---- Workflow considerations : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 28
---- System description : 28
---- Configuration : 28
---- Features : 28
---- Processing : 28
---- Workflow of all Image Analytics (ImageChecker CAD, Quantra, DigitalNow HD, BACS), Scanning Platforms (DMax, LS/LX, DM), and SecurXchange (Archive, Router) products : 28
New Hours 28
Total Hours 36
---- Online Dell Hardware Server Training : 36
---- Diagnostics and trouble shooting : 36
---- Basic connectivity as it applies to the SV-DX product line. : 36
---- SV-DX application training. : 36
---- Field concerns and gotchas. : 36
---- Break fix. : 36
---- MultiView MM components and configuration : 36
---- Confirmation that all MultiView MM functions work in order to ensure the Apps Specialists can provide training. : 36
---- QAWeb reinstallation and calibration settings. : 36
---- SecurView RAID 5 configurations and disk rebuilds : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 60
---- Describe the MQSA/ FDA/ HIPPA/ Seismic Requirements : 60
---- Operate and configure the Selenia Dimensions system : 60
---- Perform necessary quality control functions of the system : 60
---- Gain internal access to the system and identify all system components : 60
---- Gain internal access to and identify all components of the Dimensions digital detector : 60
---- Perform appropriate system backups : 60
---- Perform system upgrades accurate to the timing of the class : 60
---- Perform necessary system calibrations for all aspects of operation : 60
---- Perform AEC calibration : 60
---- Understand image quality as it pertains to the Dimensions system : 60
---- Configure basic DICOM connectivity of the Dimensions system : 60
---- Install and calibrate the Affirms Breast Biopsy Guidance System : 60
---- Access log files and troubleshoot issues : 60
---- Perform pixel mapping for 2D and Tomo images : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 56
---- Describe MultiCare Platinum : 56
---- Stereo Loc II (Analog) : 56
---- Digital Stereo Loc II (differences only as digital is taught separately in Bedford) : 56
---- Film Digitizer. : 56
---- Clinical Application : 56
---- Operation : 56
---- Preventive Maintenance Inspections (PMIs) : 56
---- Troubleshooting and Servicing : 56
New Hours 56
Total Hours 60
---- Describe the MQSA/ FDA/ HIPPA/ Seismic Requirements : 60
---- Operate and configure the Selenia Dimensions system : 60
---- Perform necessary quality control functions of the system : 60
---- Gain internal access to the system and identify all system components : 60
---- Perform appropriate system backups : 60
---- Perform necessary system calibrations : 60
---- Perform AEC calibration : 60
---- Configure basic DICOM connectivity of the Dimensions system : 60
---- Configure and operate the AWM workflow manager : 60
---- Perform appropriate system backups : 60
---- Install and calibrate the Affirm Breast Biopsy Guidance System : 60
---- Operate and configure SecurView DX workstation : 60
---- Access log files and troubleshoot issues : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 36
---- Have an in depth knowledge of how the Selenia operates. : 36
---- Locate and understand various log files to improve/increase troubleshooting skills as it pertains to the Selenia. : 36
---- Install Solaris 10 and apply fresh install of Selenia application on Ultra 45s. : 36
---- Retrieve P.O.S.T. of both array and brick for diagnostic comparisons. : 36
---- Configure MWL. : 36
---- Configure MIMS Plus or PACS. : 36
---- Set DICOM flags and use basic DICOM understanding to read logs and troubleshoot errors. : 36
---- Have a better understanding of Getlogs and gain knowledge to retrieve missing or corrupt files. : 36
---- Apply trouble-shooting methodology learned in class to reduce downtime. : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 40
---- Fluoroscan system overview and maintenance philosophy : 40
---- Function and location of system components : 40
---- System controller components : 40
---- C-arm components : 40
---- System enclosure components : 40
---- System operation : 40
---- Operator controls and indicators : 40
---- System theory of operation : 40
---- System block diagram : 40
---- System wiring diagram : 40
---- Description of test points, board layout, basic function : 40
---- Remove and replace system components : 40
---- System controller : 40
---- X-Ray controller PCB : 40
---- Image processor PCB : 40
---- Power supplies : 40
---- X-ray source/high voltage power supply assembly : 40
---- Control panel controller (or KV/filament driver assembly) : 40
---- Collimator assembly : 40
---- RIU or flat panel detector : 40
---- System adjustments and calibration : 40
---- System troubleshooting and test procedures : 40
---- Preventative maintenance procedure : 40
---- Spare parts lists : 40
---- How to contact technical support : 40
New Hours 40






#13525 Tile Finisher



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 862.5
---- : 862.5
New Hours 862.5
Total Hours 112.5
---- : 112.5
New Hours 112.5
Total Hours 562.5
---- : 562.5
New Hours 562.5
Total Hours 562.5
---- : 562.5
New Hours 562.5
Total Hours 412.5
---- : 412.5
New Hours 412.5
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 8
---- Orientation to the Job : 8
---- Tile Specific Safety Awareness : 8
---- Safety Orientation Part 1 : 8
---- Safety Orientation Part 2 : 8
---- Safety Orientation Part 3 : 8
---- Hand Tool Orientation : 8
---- Cutting Tool Orientation : 8
---- Electric Tool Orientation : 8
---- What to expect on the Job : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Elevation Equipment Knowledge : 8
---- Safety & Erection of Scaffolding : 8
---- Scissor Lift Certification : 8
---- Fork Lift Certification : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- History of Tile : 8
---- Markets That Use Tile : 8
---- Difference Between W2 & 1099 Workers : 8
---- Related Products and Industries : 8
---- Backer Boards for Tile Installations : 8
---- Introduction to Trims & Profiles : 8
---- Surface Profile : 8
---- Introduction to Bonding Materials : 8
---- Introduction to Cleaning Agents & Sealers : 8
---- Enhancers & Impregnators : 8
---- Cleaners : 8
---- Warehouses : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 30
---- Trowel Education : 30
---- Trowel & Error : 30
---- Cutting Tools Equipment Knowledge : 30
---- Cutting/Fitting Tile : 30
---- Hand Tools Equipment Knowledge : 30
---- Grinding Tools Equipment Knowledge : 30
---- Mixing Tools Equipment Knowledge : 30
---- Slake Mix : 30
---- Demolition Tools Equipment Knowledge : 30
---- Power Tools Equipment Knowledge : 30
---- Surface Profile Operation : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 40
---- Introduction to Grouts : 40
---- Grout Overview : 40
---- Standard Cement Grout : 40
---- Epoxy Grout : 40
---- High Performance Cement Grout : 40
---- Ready to Use Grout : 40
---- Grout Problems & Remedies : 40
---- Grout Clean-Up & Detailing : 40
---- Grout Team Leader : 40
---- Sealants : 40
---- Soft Joints/Movement Joints : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 110
---- Introduction to Preparation Materials : 110
---- Introduction to Primers : 110
---- Waterproof Membranes 101 : 110
---- Crack Isolation Membranes 101 : 110
---- Mortar Beds & Admixtures 101 : 110
---- Demolition Process : 110
---- Surface Prep – Concrete : 110
---- Patching Material – Concrete : 110
---- Self-Leveling Underlayments – Concrete : 110
---- Portland Cement Mortar Bed 201 : 110
---- Backer Boards : 110
---- Surface Preparation – Wood Substrates : 110
---- Overview of Underlayments : 110
---- Bonding Primer : 110
---- Moisture Mitigation Systems : 110
---- Waterproof Membranes 201 : 110
---- Crack Isolation Membranes 201 : 110
---- Uncoupling Mats : 110
---- Vapor Barriers : 110
---- Sound Reducing Membranes : 110
---- Moisture Concerns Installing Over Concrete : 110
---- Surface Preparation 201 : 110
---- Underlayments 201 : 110
---- Shower Pan Construction : 110
New Hours 110






#13523 Residential Property Manager



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- This course introduces accounting principles for understanding the theory and logic that underlie procedures and practices for business organizations. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Major topics include corporate equity and debt financing, investments, cash flow statements, financial analysis, budgeting, cost and managerial accounting. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers fundamentals of the economy, careers and opportunities, marketing, management, production, governmental regulations, tools of business and social responsibilities. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Enables the student to meet the educational requirements of the Colorado Real Estate Commission for a Colorado Real Estate Brokers` license. This course includes Real Estate Law and Practice, practical applications, and Current Legal Issues. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Enables the student to meet the educational requirements of the Colorado Real Estate Commission for a Colorado Real Estate Brokers` license. This course includes Colorado Contracts and Regulations, Closings, and Recordkeeping and Trust Accounts. :
New Hours






#13524 Quality Control Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


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
---- Instructs students in reading and understanding industrial prints. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Focuses on industrial dimensioning practices, enables the student to develop skills in dimensioning techniques and learn to apply the ASME Y14.5 dimensioning standard. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Investigates the physical and mechanical properties of engineering materials used within industry. Includes the study of ferrous and nonferrous metals, polymers (plastics), ceramics, composites, and other materials. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Exposes the student to the principles of dimensional metrology. Students will learn how to use common measuring instruments relating to state-of-the-art manufacturing environments. :
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






#13520 Claims Representative



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13521 Future Educator: Paraprofessional to Teacher



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13522 Graphic Designer



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Provides experience producing thumbnails, roughs, and digital layouts emphasizing creative typography. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the history and concepts of typography as applied to graphic communications. Explores appropriate use of typography in a variety of design applications, emphasizing basic design principles. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the student to the computer system and software used to develop graphics. The student will learn hardware and software components for publication and multimedia production. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Focuses upon the student of design layout and conceptual elements concerning graphic design projects such as posters, advertisements, logos, and brochures. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces website planning, design, and creation utilizing HTML through industry-standard development tools. :
New Hours






#13517 Security Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 240
---- Organizational structure and chain of command : 240
---- Internal reporting structures and processes : 240
---- Policies & Procedures : 240
---- Professional etiquette, appearance and conduct : 240
---- Team Concepts : 240
---- Shift schedules : 240
---- Vehicle Patrol Concepts and Tech - Driver's Safety : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 240
---- Understanding internal and external public relations : 240
---- Maintaining confidentiality and boundaries : 240
---- Managing information : 240
---- Identifying stakeholders : 240
---- Customer Service : 240
---- Collaboration & Synergy : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 280
---- Navigating challenging client and public interactions : 280
---- Verbal Judo : 280
---- Understanding Policies & Procedures : 280
---- Understanding state laws : 280
---- Collaborating with Human Resources : 280
---- Role play scenarios : 280
---- Sexual Harassment Training : 280
---- Sensitivity Training : 280
New Hours 280
Total Hours 200
---- Radio etiquette and codes, storage and care : 200
---- Range & Frequency Capabilities : 200
---- Identification of hazards and/or threats : 200
---- Personnel/Civilian safety : 200
---- De-escalation : 200
---- Acquiring proper resources : 200
---- Barricades, traffic controls & signs : 200
---- Dispersal & Detention : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 360
---- Report writing expectations and procedures : 360
---- Grammar, Punctuation & Mechanics : 360
---- Assessing Forms & Documents : 360
---- Identifying Crimes & Violations : 360
---- Establishing Crime Elements : 360
---- Sequence of events : 360
---- Statements, interviews & interrogations : 360
---- Indexing evidence : 360
---- Charts, Graphs & Exhibits : 360
---- Facts and Conclusions : 360
New Hours 360
Total Hours 340
---- Investigative response : 340
---- Active Threat : 340
---- Crime and suspect identification and reporting : 340
---- Medical aid : 340
---- Victim & witness statements : 340
---- Crime scene preservation : 340
---- Identification & Collection of evidence : 340
---- Chain of evidence : 340
---- Establishing motive : 340
---- Establishing leads : 340
---- Identification of violator : 340
---- Apprehension : 340
---- Interrogations : 340
---- Factual Reporting : 340
---- Filing & assisting with trial preparation : 340
---- Court Procedures & Testimony : 340
---- Post prosecution : 340
New Hours 340

Technical Instruction








#13519 Commercial Drone Pilot



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- Apprentices will gain initial flight experience by utilizing ultra-realistic 3D technology to control unmanned vehicles in simulators using Unity, Unreal Engine, and, hardware-in-the loop systems to accurately emulate realistic flying conditions. The student will spend 4 weeks initially as a visual observer upon initial intake into the program. These students will learn how to properly scan and secure flight paths, organizational workflow, parts and accessories, while studying for the FAA Knowledge-exam. Upon a favorable recommendation form the instructor, the VO shall continue training as a person manipulating the controls. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 480
---- Person-Manipulating-the-Controls (PMC) of Multirotor/Fixed-winged Aircraft. The PMC will be assigned to a Remote Pilot in Command (PIC) of a multirotor/fixed-winged aircraft until meeting the requirements of 14 CFR Part 107, which require a pilot to hold the following: Certificates: Remote Pilot in Command with a Small UAS Rating and Flight Times: 700 hours total flight time as a PMC : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 480
---- PIC of a Multirotor/Fixed-winged/Land-based/Underwater Vehicles : 480
---- Piloting unmanned multirotor/fixed-winged systems : 480
---- Pre and post flight checks, checking weather forecasts, filling flight plans, and completing associated mission paperwork : 480
---- Aerial Videography : 480
---- Aerial Photography : 480
---- Post Editing : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 480
---- Apprentices will utilize powerful 3D imaging technology, such as the ZED Camera, to allow machines to not only actively map their spaces and surroundings, but also to learn how to adapt and purposefully navigate complex environments, whether self-driving cars, delivery drones, or package delivery rovers. Students will also utilize the technology for other uses, such as preservation, archeology, land-surveying, agriculture, arborists, and commercial/residential developers, by gaining experiential training in these areas, in accordance with student skill, focus, and professional background. Students also will work with point cloud technology, learning how to manage data acquisitions and analysis, while learning how to commercially apply such technology. : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 480
---- Students will work on creating practical augmented reality applications for industrial and commercial use cases for heightened efficiencies and worker productivity within the organizations business model structure and future growth plans. : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 480
---- Students will hands-on and practical experience utilizing either underwater or land-based autonomous systems, which are capable of navigating obstacles, delivering parcels, or performing any series of tasks designed to empower organizations to solve unique business and consumer problems through creative and innovative application of autonomous systems. Students will also present a Capstone Project of their choosing, due at the end of the 6th Quarter. Students, however, will initially learn of, and have time to develop a Capstone Project over the course of the initial six quarters. : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 480
---- Students will work closely with various automated aerial, ground-based, and/or aquatic systems, implementing localization algorithms, utilizing Lidar Technology, Laser scanning technology, stereo imaging, and Global positioning systems to navigate through rural, urban, and exotic settings. : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 480
---- This hands-on course will take students on real-world jobs, whether roofing, preservation, insurance claims, or energy efficiency, to build their professional portfolio and scope of work. Further, students will learn about low-light imaging, infra-red technology, temperature detection, and heat sourcing. Additionally, students will learn how to provide quotes and write detailed thermal imaging reports for thermal imaging commercial applications. : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 480
---- Students will learn what artificial intelligence is, how it is disrupting industries across disciplines, how it can and is being integrated into autonomous systems, as well as it’s short-comings and gaps in technological capability. Also, students will learn how computer vision works by creating their own data sets, and artificial intelligence models, utilizing IBM’s Watson and Nvidia’s DIGITS for data processing and model creation. Students will also learn about machine learning, and how to advance the accuracy and robustness of A.I. models. Students will finally test and execute their final models in simulations, such as Gazeebo and Microsoft’s AirSim. : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 480
---- Students will learn about the differences and varieties of Graphical Processing Units versus Central Processing Units. Students will learn how to work with embedded supercomputers, such as the Nvidia Jetson TX2, in order to enhance the capabilities of autonomous systems (i.e., such as Commercial Drones, Rovers, and Submersibles), in areas related to or similarly relevant to the following: Computer Vision, Localization, Active 3D Mapping, Edge Detection, and Point Cloud- : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 480
---- Students will learn how to utilize the Linux software development language. Additionally, students will learn about the Ubuntu operating system, which is a platform for many software and hardware companies in robotics and accelerated computing, and which also is a dominant player in the IoT space. Furthermore, students will learn how to utilize the Raspberry Pi, as well as various sensors, actuators, and shields for the chipset. : 480
New Hours 480

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 82.5
---- Basic Indoctrination : 82.5
---- Aircraft Ground : 82.5
---- General Emergency : 82.5
---- Special Segments : 82.5
---- Aircraft Flight (12 hrs. in-house simulator) : 82.5
---- Carriage of Hazardous Materials : 82.5
---- Qualification : 82.5
New Hours 82.5
Total Hours 7
---- Aircraft Ground : 7
---- Special Segments : 7
---- Aircraft Ground : 7
---- Qualification : 7
New Hours 7
Total Hours 20
---- Aircraft Ground : 20
---- General Emergency : 20
---- Special Segments : 20
---- Aircraft Flight : 20
---- Carriage of Hazardous Materials : 20
---- Company Ground : 20
---- Qualification : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 34.5
---- Aircraft Ground : 34.5
---- General Emergency : 34.5
---- Special Segments : 34.5
---- Aircraft Flight : 34.5
---- Qualification : 34.5
New Hours 34.5
Total Hours 20
---- Aircraft Ground : 20
---- General Emergency : 20
---- Special Segments : 20
---- Aircraft Flight : 20
---- Carriage of Hazardous Materials : 20
---- Company Ground : 20
---- Qualification : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 77.5
---- Aircraft Ground : 77.5
---- General Emergency : 77.5
---- Special Segments : 77.5
---- Aircraft Flight (1.5hrs in the field/12.5 hrs. in-sim) : 77.5
---- Qualification : 77.5
New Hours 77.5
Total Hours 34
---- Aircraft Ground : 34
---- General Emergency : 34
---- Special Segments : 34
---- Aircraft Flight : 34
---- Carriage of Hazardous Materials : 34
---- Company Ground : 34
---- Qualification : 34
New Hours 34






#13515 Truck Driver, Heavy



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 80
---- Coupling Tractor and Trailer : 80
---- Checking condition of fifth wheel : 80
---- Positioning trailer and check height adjustment : 80
---- Properly connecting glad hands and light cord : 80
---- Safely backing under trailer : 80
---- Inspect coupling and ensures fifth wheel is locked : 80
---- Check glad hands and seals for leaks : 80
---- Raise and inspect landing gear & trailer ladder where applicable : 80
---- Inspect clearance between tractor and trailer : 80
---- Check and adjusts mirrors : 80
---- Proper Equipment Check : 80
---- Check brakes and brake connections : 80
---- Check horn, wipers, tire, fuel : 80
---- Check lighting devices and reflectors : 80
---- Check fire extinguisher and emergency equipment : 80
---- Check coupling devices : 80
---- Check steering mechanism : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 40
---- Log in and out procedures : 40
---- Shuttles : 40
---- Tracking a trip : 40
---- Downloading a route : 40
---- HOS service break an lunch regulations : 40
---- Paper log and log edit protocols : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 850
---- Starting Engine Properly: Clutch in / Shift neutral / Allows warm up / Does not race engine / Parking brake set : 850
---- Driving at Proper Speed: Obeys all limits / Does not drive too slowly / Slows for inclement conditions : 850
---- Approaching Intersections: Shifting to lower gear when necessary / Travelling at the proper speed required for intersections / Looking in all directions and managing traffic patterns / Uses horn when necessary /Stops for blind spots / Adhering to vehicles and speed limits from on ramps and off ramps : 850
---- Following at Proper Distance: Does not tailgate / Allows enough distance for reaction time / Increases space due to restrictions and inclement weather : 850
---- Makes Turns, Curves and Changing Lanes: Safely changing lanes on the highway and in traffic / Using signal in advance to change lanes or turn / Using proper preparatory lanes / Proper swing when turning : 850
---- Obeying Traffic Signs and Signals: Adhering to vehicle in traffic laws and traffic control devices / Approaching and adheres to cross-walk laws / Making proper stops and yields correctly / Stopping at a proper distance from traffic control devices : 850
---- Backing and Parking: Straight and blind side backing / Using spotter when available adhering to Driver and Spotter Best Practice / Properly using mirrors when backing / Proper use of turn signals / Parking in a safe location : 850
---- Proper Mechanical Operation: Shifting properly during conditions / Using proper gear on grades / Controlling engine so it does not race or stall : 850
---- Operating the Vehicle Smoothly and Courteously: Signaling whenever warranted / Yielding to right away vehicles / Hazard Awareness / Yielding to pedestrians : 850
New Hours 850
Total Hours 40
---- Driver Pay Summary : 40
---- Load Stop Summary : 40
---- Stop Manifest : 40
---- Hazardous Materials : 40
---- Fuel Trip Report : 40
---- Special Communications Sheet : 40
---- Exception Sheet : 40
---- Load Quality Report : 40
---- Load Request Change Form : 40
---- Bill of Lading/Manifest : 40
---- Paper Credits : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 420
---- Proof of delivery - Delivery Manifest : 420
---- Delivery sequence : 420
---- Container labels by item category : 420
---- Scanning product : 420
---- Division load and stop codes : 420
New Hours 420
Total Hours 70
---- All Customers : 70
---- Food Safety & Quality Assurance : 70
---- Labels : 70
---- Reclamation & USST Pickups : 70
---- Load close process : 70
---- Driver pick-up process : 70
---- Damage and Returns pick-up process : 70
---- Credit Process : 70
---- Backhauls : 70
New Hours 70
Total Hours 430
---- Follows proper procedures with ramp and set-up : 430
---- Stack and store product safely : 430
---- Piece identification and count : 430
---- Proper delivery process : 430
---- Courteous to customers and public : 430
---- Performing piece count with customer : 430
---- Does not prop door during delivery : 430
---- Code of Ethics : 430
---- Dock Safety : 430
New Hours 430

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 10
---- Driver Delivery Procedures : 10
---- Food Safety Security : 10
---- Driver Security Awareness : 10
---- Driver Preparation & Rollover : 10
---- HAZMAT : 10
---- HAZCOM : 10
---- Workplace Violence : 10
---- 3 Dimensions of Safe Driving : 10
---- Drug and Alcohol Awareness : 10
---- Electronic User Security : 10
---- General Safety : 10
---- HIPPA : 10
---- Preventing Sprains and Strains Introduction: Welcome to McLane Co. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 50
---- The History of McLane Driver Award Programs : 50
---- Entry Level Driver Training : 50
---- The Beginning of Your Run : 50
---- PeopleNet : 50
---- Pre-Trip Inspection : 50
---- Exiting the Yard : 50
---- Rules of the Road : 50
---- Making the Delivery : 50
---- Check-in Procedures : 50
---- DOH : 50
---- Special Delivery Procedures : 50
---- The End of Your Run : 50
---- Route Training Driver Assignment : 50
---- Equipment and Uniforms : 50
---- Defensive Driving Course : 50
---- Customer Service Foundations : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 15
---- Greeting : 15
---- Listening and Questioning : 15
---- Responding : 15
---- Resolving : 15
---- McLane Safety Best Practices : 15
New Hours 15






#13514 Maintenance & Condition Assessment Lead (MCL)



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 8
---- Competent Climber training must meet or exceed applicable sections in OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910 and 29 CFR 1926. It must also meet or exceed applicable sections of ANSI/ASSE A10.48, ANSI Z359 and the NATE Tower Climber Fall Protection Training Standard (CTS). Written testing and continuous, critical observation by a competent person while in-training are required. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 2
---- This annual training must 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. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 8
---- Must be properly trained and able to render First Aid, Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation and protect against infection from Blood Borne Pathogens. Such training must be in accordance with OSHA 29 CFR 1926.50 and result in a valid certificate from the U.S Bureau of Mines, the American Red Cross or equivalent. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 2
---- Teaches student hand signaling and student must demonstrate competency in the hand signals defined as part of 29 CFR 1926.1419 : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 8
---- Must be able to address issues concerning climbing facilities (rung/rail, step bolts, integral climbing face, etc.) including the safety climb, with the structure owner, and such issues must be addressed IAW ANSI/TIA 222, manufacturer specifications, and Engineer of Record (EOR) requirements. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 16
---- Must be trained in the identification and abatement of electrical hazards that may be encountered as a part of the SOW. Such training will address the proper use of monitors, lock out tag out, system turn down and client communication IAW 29 CFR 1926.4, Subpart K. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 2
---- Must have an awareness of the requirements set forth in Inspection Procedures for Accessing Communications Structures by Hoist. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Must assist the MCF to ensure all utilities are located and marked prior to digging/excavation per 29 CFR 1926.651(b) (2). : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 30
---- Demonstrate understanding of the applicable sections of TIA 222, Structural Standard for Antenna Supporting Structures and Antennas. This standard is the recognized consensus standard and has been adopted by the International Building Code (IBC) to establish the design, maintenance and condition assessment requirements of antenna supporting structures and shall be used along with the structure owner’s established maintenance and condition assessment program. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 2
---- Demonstrate understanding of applicable sections of TIA 322, Standard for Loading, Analysis and Design Criteria Related to the Installation, Alteration and Maintenance of Communication Structures, specifically Section 2 – Structural Considerations During Construction, relative to the SOW. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Demonstrate understanding of and comply with requirements of ANSI/ASSE A10.48, Criteria for Safety Practices with the Construction, Demolition, Modification and Maintenance of Communication Structures. The ANSI/ASSE A10.48 is to be utilized for planning the means and methods to conduct a maintenance and condition assessment governed by the requirements of ANSI/TIA 222 and/or owner’s representative. The ANSI/ASSE A10.48 establishes the minimum criteria for safe work practices and training for personnel performing work on communication structures. Must be able to comply with all sections and appendices relative to the SOW. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 1
---- Must understand and apply proper installation and tightening of bolts, “turn of nut” or the EOR prescribed method. : 1
New Hours 1
Total Hours 16
---- Must be able to gather the required information which may include photographs, red line information, installation information, testing data, and any other required documentation specific to the SOW. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 2
---- Must be able to demonstrate competency with any tool required by the SOW. This will include understanding the manufacturer’s documentation and proper application of the tool in a safe manner. Will have the authority to tag out tools and equipment. A critical part of this training includes the responsibility to request training when required to utilize a tool that they have not previously been trained to use. Refer to CFR 1926, Subpart I, CFR 1910, Subpart P and tool manufacturer’s instructions. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Must have a basic understanding of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations as they apply to company service vehicles, even in the event that they are not a driver. The intent is to support the drivers in compliance. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Must be competent in the securement of loads IAW 49 CFR 390.5. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Must be able to demonstrate competency with any equipment required by the SOW. This must include understanding the manufacturer’s documentation and proper application of the equipment in a safe manner. Will have the authority to tag out defective equipment. A critical part of this training includes the responsibility to request training when required to utilize any equipment that they have not previously been trained to use. : 4
New Hours 4






#13513 Maintenance & Condition Assessment Foreman (MCF)



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 4
---- Competent Climber training must meet or exceed applicable sections in OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910 and 29 CFR 1926. It must also meet or exceed applicable sections of ANSI/ASSE A10.48, ANSI Z359 and the NATE Tower Climber Fall Protection Training Standard (CTS). Written testing and continuous, critical observation by a competent person while in-training are required. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 1
---- This annual training must 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. : 1
New Hours 1
Total Hours 4
---- Must be properly trained and able to render First Aid, Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation and protect against infection from Blood Borne Pathogens. Such training must be in accordance with OSHA 29 CFR 1926.50 and result in a valid certificate from the U.S Bureau of Mines, the American Red Cross or equivalent. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 30
---- This course is required with an emphasis on telecommunications work following the guidance by the OSHA institute. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 2
---- Must be able to identify the presence of an AM detuning skirt and apply the provisions of 47 CFR 1.30002 Tower Construction or Modification near AM Stations. Must plan and communicate proper mitigation of hazards associated with a detuning skirt. Must ensure that installation of any appurtenance will not impact performance of the detuning skirt. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 8
---- Must be trained in the identification and abatement of electrical hazards that may be encountered as a part of the SOW. Such training will address the proper use of monitors, lock out tag out, system turn down and client communication IAW 29 CFR 1926.4, Subpart K. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 24
---- Must understand and apply the applicable sections of ANSI/TIA 222, Structural Standard for Antenna Supporting Structures and Antennas. This standard is the recognized consensus standard and has been adopted by the International Building Code (IBC) to establish the design, maintenance and condition assessment requirements of antenna supporting structures and shall be used along with the structure owner’s established maintenance and condition assessment program. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 1
---- Must understand and apply the applicable sections of ANSI/TIA 322, Standard for Loading, Analysis and Design Criteria Related to the Installation, Alteration and Maintenance of Communication Structures, specifically Section 2 – Structural Considerations During Construction, relative to the SOW. : 1
New Hours 1
Total Hours 2
---- Must understand and comply with requirements of ANSI/ASSE A10.48, Criteria for Safety Practices with the Construction, Demolition, Modification and Maintenance of Communication Structures. The ANSI/ASSE A10.48 is to be utilized for planning the means and methods to conduct a maintenance and condition assessment governed by the requirements of ANSI/TIA 222 and/or owner’s representative. The ANSI/ASSE A10.48 establishes the minimum criteria for safe work practices and training for personnel performing work on communication structures. Must be able to comply with all sections and appendices relative to the SOW. : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 8
---- Must have the ability to assess and address interpersonal relationships and crew qualifications to perform the SOW. Must report issues to his/her employer immediately. An available program is “The Department of Labor’s Workplace Violence Program”. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Must be able to read, understand and execute the construction drawings, structural analysis requirements and associated construction documents as they apply to the SOW. Must possess the skills to communicate these requirements to the crew. Client-based deliverables include such items as redline drawings, close out packages, testing information, site photography/video, permit inspections, etc. The training must have specific emphasis placed on interpretation of construction documents and the ANSI standards that apply to steel erection or demolition, including assessment of existing conditions. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 24
---- Must have a basic knowledge and use of the following: Email, email attachments, word processing, spreadsheets, pdf formatting, photo resizing, etc. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 4
---- Must report to employer when they have concerns regarding an employee’s ability to perform or safely perform essential work tasks. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 8
---- Must demonstrate ability to communicate with job site personnel, management, land owners, customers and public that may be exposed. : 8
New Hours 8






#13511 Fiber Optic Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 10
---- Recommended as the first course delivered. Commonly used terms and definition related to Fiber Optic cable are explained. Various measurements are performed using Metric System. Introduction to Metric System will be provided. Overview of Fiber Optic Communications Systems is covered at this stage. Basic block diagrams of Fiber Optic Communication system are introduced. Generic understanding on how communications systems use light to transfer information is covered in through this topic. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- In this section of RTI, various components and their functions in a typical datalink are explained. Various sources of light, such as LED, Laster (FP, DFB, VCSEL) are introduced. Various detectors (photodiode, APD; Si, Ge, InGaAs) are explained at the application level. Performance parameters such as transmission data rate of a datalink are introduced. Various types of optical fiber such as Step index MM, graded index MM, SM, specialty fibers are explained. Basic specifications that affect transmission (E.g. Attenuation, dispersion) are explained in detail. Choosing the appropriate fiber for the system is important; various selection criteria and field-practices are explained. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Different types of Fiber Optic cables need to be understood thoroughly for the technician before working (splicing etc.) on them. Different types of cables are used for different applications. Some examples include Tight buffer (simplex, zip cord, distribution, breakout), Loose tube (loose tube, ribbon), Specialty (OPGW, underwater). Choosing the proper cable for different application (Water blocking, pulling strength, armoring, etc.) is important. Various specifications for different applications are explained in this portion of the course. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 20
---- Theory of cable termination and splicing is important for the apprentices before they work on hands-on projects. Various applications and appropriate uses of cable termination are explained in this section. Termination and Splicing skill is very crucial for Fiber Optic Technician and it can be mastered through many practice sessions. However, the importance of Splicing, Performance Measures, and Quality Checks of Splicing need to be studied with the help of example diagrams and picture. This portion of the RTI explains relevant performance measures such as Loss, Reflectance, and Strength. Various splicing processes such as Mechanical, Fusion and Mass (Ribbon) Fusion and the differences amongst them are explained. Different hardware components used in the Termination process are introduced. Their engineering specifications are studied through example datasheets. Various connector types (ST, SC, LC, MTP, legacy connectors, etc.) are introduced through diagrams and engineering datasheets. Their specifications are studied to understand relevant performance measures. Steps involved in the termination processes are explained through relevant pictures. Various types of adhesive used during the termination process (epoxy, anaerobic, Hot Melt) are introduced. The section ends by explaining the importance Prepolished splice and Prefab systems. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 15
---- Theories involved in the testing of various stages of Fiber Termination, Splicing and Installation need to be studied. Importance of microscope inspection and visual tracing is explained. Identifying fault location is crucial in the troubleshooting process. Various Loss and Link budgets are explained with the help of simple examples.  Theories and importance of Optical Power Testing and Insertion Loss Testing are explained. The section ends with the introduction of OTDR testing and Long haul SM testing for CD (Chromatic Dispersion) and PMD (Polarization Mode Dispersion). : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 20
---- The apprentice needs to understand various requirements of an ideal and efficient communication systems. They need to be capable of evaluating communications system requirements even though their job would be limited to a small portion of Fiber Cable installation project. This section introduces ideal design and installation criteria. Understanding of Loss and Power Budget is explained in this section. Through various practical examples, the technician will understand the importance of designing the proper cable plant layout and choosing the right components. Examples of ideal documentation are studied. Installation planning process is explained at the system level. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 10
---- During this portion the apprentice is introduced to some of the critical standards for the industry. The Fiber Optic Association (FOA) outlines some very important standards, which have been widely accepted by the telecom industry. The apprentice will initially start getting familiar with “Guidelines for Standards” document, and watch videos (available at the FOA web site) providing an overview of current FOA Standards. FOA Standards based on “Testing”, are to be covered at length: Testing Loss of Installed Fiber Optic Cable, Measuring Optical power, OTDR Testing for Fiber Plant, and Mode Conditioning for Testing Multimode Fiber. These standards and relevant documents are reviewed with the apprentice so that they have an understanding of how to use them as reference point during on-the-job training. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- This is a version of the OSHA 10-hour course that is provided by a trainer that has been authorized to perform instruction from OSHA. This 10-hour course is specifically targeted to the Telecommunications Industry and has emphasis placed upon fall hazards. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 30
---- An introduction to the various structures that work will be performed on. Based upon the SOW and the type of structure it is being applied to the hazards may change and this requires the ability to understand that there is a hazard and it must be communicated to the rest of the team. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 15
---- PPE is not enough. It is important for there to be an understanding of the hazard associated with RF through the proper assessment of the hazard. This also involves the ability to work as part of a team to communicate the hazard and means of abatement or use of PPE for protection. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 10
---- These courses follow the agendas established by Red Cross/American Heart Association. : 10
New Hours 10






#13509 Regulatory Affairs Specialist



Time-Based Skills


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#13508 Welder, Combination



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 3
---- Covers safety equipment, protective clothing, and procedures applicable to the cutting and welding of metals. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 18
---- Explains the safety requirements for oxyfuel cutting. Identifies oxyfuel cutting equipment and setup requirements. Explains how to light, adjust, and shut down oxyfuel equipment. Apprentices will perform cutting techniques that include straight line, piercing, bevels, washing, and gouging. : 18
New Hours 18
Total Hours 8
---- Explains plasma arc cutting equipment and safe work area preparation. Identifies correct amperage, gas pressures, and flow rates. Covers plasma-arc cutting methods for piercing, slotting, squaring, and beveling metals. Explains how to store equipment and clean the work area. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 10
---- Describes air carbon arc cutting equipment and processes. Identifies the electrodes and safe operation of the equipment. Provides step-by-step instructions for performing air carbon arc washing and gouging activities. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 13
---- Describes how to clean and prepare all types of base metals for cutting or welding. Identifies and explains joint design and base metal preparation for all welding tasks. : 13
New Hours 13
Total Hours 10
---- Identifies the codes that govern welding, including marine welds. Identifies and explains weld imperfections and causes. Describes non-destructive examination practices, visual inspection criteria, welder qualification tests, and the importance of quality workmanship. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 5
---- Describes S.M.A.W welding and welding safety. Explains how to connect welding current and setup arc welding equipment. Identifies and explains using tools for cleaning welds. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 3
---- Explains electrode characteristics and different types of filler metals. Describes the role of the American Welding Society (AWS) and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Explains proper storage and control of filler metals and identifies the use of codes. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 100
---- Describes the preparation and setup of arc welding equipment and the process of striking an arc. Explains how to detect and correct arc blow. Describes how to make stringer, weave, overlapping beads, and fillet welds. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 5
---- Identifies and explains job code specifications. Describes use of fit-up gauges and measuring devices to check fit-up and alignment and use of plate and pipe fit-up and alignment tools to properly prepare joists. Explains how to check for joint misalignment and poor fit. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 50
---- Explains groove welds and how to set-up welding equipment for making groove welds. Describes how to make groove welds with backing. Provides procedures for making flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead groove welds. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 60
---- Explains open v-groove welds and how to set-up welding equipment for making open v-groove welds. Provides procedures for making flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead open v-groove welds. : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 40
---- Expands on flame cutting methods covered in Level 1, including laying out and cutting bevels, chamfers, and circles. Also covers the methods used to cut or split common structural components such as beams and bars. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 8
---- Explains plasma arc cutting and how to set up cutting equipment for making these cuts. Provides procedures for making flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead cuts. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 40
---- Covers interpretation of fabrication and installation drawings, sketching of isometric and orthographic drawings, and interpretation of welding symbols. : 40
New Hours 40






#13506 Digital Video Editor



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
---- For smaller video projects, video editors are often expected to be capable in audio post-production. This course covers workflow techniques of audio post-production for film and commercial productions that will increase any video editor’s marketability. Learn about advanced techniques of audio clean-up and restoration using tools within Adobe Audition CC. Learn how to apply complex equalization filters to voice-over and dialogue content and advanced compression / limiting techniques to balance audio levels, and integrate sound design into your projects. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 15
---- Learn the professional post-production secrets that will keep you on track, manage your clients, save you time and bring your work to the next level. You'll have the skills to from raw footage to a high quality rendered product. 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 Adobe Premiere skills. : 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
---- Students will gain hands-on experience in all aspects of Short Video Production, including Production Planning, Shooting and Post-Production. 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 under the supervision of master videographers and production managers! : 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
---- To edit high quality videos, you need to edit high quality sound. In this projects course designed for video editors, you will have the chance to construct your own creative soundtracks and soundscapes under the supervision of a master sound designer. You will practice recording your own sounds, using post production filters, syncing your audio to video and producing a great sound mix. These essential tools will enhance the audio in your project to achieve a more professional result. : 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
---- Virtual Reality film offers full immersion into another world and unparalleled connection with characters. This class is your hands-on crash course to editing in VR. If you are a filmmaker looking to expand to immersive storytelling, a freelance editor looking to add new skills to your repertoire, an art student looking for a mind bending new medium, a real estate agent, a start-upper or an event producer looking for a compelling way to showcase your work, this class will get you started! : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- In this projects-based class, you will practice editing short form pieces in VR, AR, 3D or AI. Best editing practices will be shared so you can learn how to tell captivating stories in these evolving mediums. This workshop is your hands-on crash course to technologies in immersive storytelling and taught under the supervision of a VR filmmaker. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Do you cut out the part where the subject starts crying, or do you leave it in for dramatic effect? These are the sticky questions documentary film editors may confront as they stitch a documentary narrative together. In this course, delve into how occurrences in the documentary fieldwork affect the edit and develop your own methodology around documentary ethics that will inform your non-fiction editing practices. : 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 dos 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
---- Distributors 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. How are editors asked to adapt their editing techniques in response to the short attention span of today’s viewers? By looking specifically at data, you will learn to best practices to avoid audience drop off and explore the relevance of audience engagement data to the editing process. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Learn to design well-constructed graphics that communicate effectively and master basic concepts of graphic design and animation for video post. Learn to apply the motion graphics skills of today's leading animators and visual effects creators to media and web projects. This course will provide an introduction Adobe After Effects software. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- What challenges and opportunities face the editor when crafting stories of crisis, upheaval and disaster? Journalist and investigative reporter Amy Goodman once said, “The role of independent media is to go to where the silence is” and filmmakers and increasingly rising to the challenge of filling gaps in mainstream media. Learn best practices for building tension when working with observational documentary footage and how to navigate politically charged topics in your creative crafting of documentary narratives. : 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
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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






#13504 Tradeshow Worker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 168
---- Don (put on), doff (remove), inspect, and maintain the proper PPE that should be worn during hydro blasting/vacuuming including, but not limited to: Head, Face, Eyes, Ears, Hands, Body, Feet, Respiratory : 168
---- Perform a job analysis for safe working conditions: Attend pre-job safety meetings / Adhere to site specific safety rules and federal regulations / Observe Vessel Entry/Confined Space regulations / Read and interpret MSDS / Establish and maintain a safe working perimeter : 168
---- Safely demonstrate the proper use and maintenance of tradeshow tools and equipment. : 168
---- Maintain clean work areas (housekeeping). : 168
---- Store, handle, and transport tools, equipment and materials properly. : 168
---- Identify the locations of First Aid and Fire Equipment. : 168
---- Demonstrate safe work practices for erecting and dismantling scaffolds, including: pre-planning, inspecting scaffold components, load capacity, platform construction, access requirements, and fall protection. : 168
---- Demonstrate a pre-inspection and the safe operation of an aerial lift. : 168
---- Describe and demonstrate the proper use of various types of personal fall protection equipment. : 168
---- Describe and demonstrate the steps of ladder safety, including: selection, inspection, set-up, safe techniques and proper maintenance and storage. : 168
---- Demonstrate and describe the procedures for personally fitting and adjusting, and mounting and dismounting stilts. : 168
New Hours 168
Total Hours 600
---- Demonstrate the characteristics of a professional Tradeshow Worker, including: Exhibit suitable appearance and personal hygiene /Exhibit proper attitude and behavior on the job site, including private residences and other occupied buildings / Deal with difficult customers in a professional and courteous manner / Interpret written and verbal instructions / Recognize the importance of cooperation and interaction with related trades on a job site / Demonstrate the ability to follow specific work place protocol and procedures. : 600
---- Demonstrate proper operation of craft specific tools. : 600
---- Demonstrate math applications relating to Tradeshow jobs. : 600
---- Demonstrate the use of floor symbols. : 600
---- Accurately read a delivery work order and drop sheet, and deliver the correct items to the correct place. : 600
---- Demonstrate the proper setup and assembly order of all display components, such as pipe and drape, carpet, tables and counters. : 600
---- Dismantle booth stock and demonstrate proper packing procedures for: Pipes and drapes / Tables and counters / Carpet and showcases / Peg-Board™ and tack board : 600
---- Demonstrate proper interpretation of work orders and delivery lists. : 600
---- Demonstrate the use of line tape during floor layout. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Demonstrate the proper use of safety equipment when erecting and dismantling displays. : 600
---- Show the proper selection and use of tools for use on different types of displays. : 600
---- Demonstrate the proper order of installation for a given display. : 600
---- Demonstrate the ability to clean and condition all display graphics and displays. : 600
---- Demonstrate the procedures for dismantling, packing, and storing displays. : 600
---- Demonstrate floor marking and table skirting. : 600
---- Demonstrate booth set-up for various display configurations. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 575
---- Demonstrate proper placement of carpet and padding. : 575
---- Demonstrate various methods for installing carpet for a Trade Show. : 575
---- Demonstrate the proper sequence and method to stretch and tape aisle carpet. : 575
---- Demonstrate the proper techniques to safely remove and store aisle carpet. : 575
New Hours 575

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- Recognize the important areas of OSHA in general terms. : 32
---- Identify the Safety Regulations as they apply to safe work practices in the tradeshow worker trade with emphasis on: Identification of safety hazards (unsafe conditions) / Proper handling of materials, including hazardous / Maintenance and safe operation of tools / PPE : 32
---- Describe the precautions that must be followed when using flammable liquids and adhesives. : 32
---- Explain what a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is, its purpose and limitation. : 32
---- Describe the role of employer, supplier, and worker in the education of workers. : 32
---- Outline emergency procedures and how to obtain assistance for injured workers. : 32
---- Describe the proper technique (ergonomics) for lifting and transporting tradeshow materials. : 32
---- Identify safety requirements for erecting and dismantling scaffolds, including: pre-planning, inspecting scaffold components, calculating load capacity, platform construction, access requirements, and fall protection. : 32
---- Identify the different types of aerial lifts and their related safety rules and precautions. : 32
---- Describe potential fall hazards in the workplace. : 32
---- Describe the different types of ladders and the conditions under which they are used. : 32
---- Given illustrations or verbal clues, distinguish between a proper and improper workplace set-up with regard to hazards, safety equipment and stilt selection. : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 96
---- Describe the various jobs of a Tradeshow worker. : 96
---- Identify and describe the various tools commonly used in the Tradeshow craft. : 96
---- Define terminology used in the Tradeshow craft. : 96
---- Describe the steps involved in planning, installing, and dismantling a Tradeshow, including all forms and paperwork. : 96
---- Identify the major players on a Tradeshow jobsite. : 96
---- Describe the role of deco in the Tradeshow craft. : 96
---- Explain the proper procedures for operating, handling and organizing equipment. : 96
---- Define the responsibility of a trade show worker to “stay on the job until finished”. : 96
---- Identify symbols on a floor plan and understand their meaning. : 96
---- Describe the flow and order of work from delivery to pick up. : 96
---- Describe repairing vs. replacing defective equipment before the show opens with regard to: Time to replace / Effort to replace / Ability to replace : 96
---- Describe floor marking procedures and how to locate and interpret the marks on a display floor. : 96
---- Identify the methods and tools used for marking the trade show floor, including reading plans, working in teams, communicating; line tape, 300’ tape, scale ruler, chalking marks. : 96
---- Describe the proper use of line tape. : 96
New Hours 96
Total Hours 80
---- Identify the different types of carpet and padding used for trade shows. : 80
---- Define Visqueen® and when to use it. : 80
---- Identify and describe the function of all tools and equipment necessary for carpet installation. : 80
---- Describe placement of carpets and padding. : 80
---- Describe the methods used in carpet installation, such as heat seaming, double face tape, etc. : 80
---- Describe proper care/damage avoidance in dealing with phone and computer lines. : 80
---- Describe carpet layout in various designs, including booth, aisle, inline, and island configurations. : 80
New Hours 80






#13500 Application Developer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 1,400
---- : 1,400
New Hours 1,400
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction








#13502 Commercial Drone Software Developer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 480
---- Students are to learn the fundamentals of drone-based computer languages, such as the C languages, Ruby on Rails, and Python through applied application. Students will explore within the organizational framework, the most effective languages for integrating and communicating drone-based processes, and efficiency in terms of scalability for technology commercialization. : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 480
---- Students will work within organization to introduce artificial intelligence and write reports on the feasibility of integrating AI for new and existing use cases for drone-based products and/or services to enhance productivity and efficiency. Students may write original algorithms and conduct machine learning utilizing visual and pattern recognition technology for the purpose of commercial applications. : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 480
---- Students will work with the creation of artificial neural networks and deep learning applications in the field. Students will conduct assessments and reports regarding the potential for cognitive applications to be used within organizational work environments, as well as utilizing robots for depth perception and solutions for logistics and supply chain management. Students will also explore the feasibility of integrating IBM’s Watson supercomputer into commercial drone applications, which is capable of speech to text, visual recognition, emotional intelligence, and other varied services. : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 480
---- Students will work to solve real-world workplace problems, and providing industry solutions through the applied development of IoT applications, prototype development and Lean business model development, for the conceptual design and potential implementation of IoT technology into the organizational structure and business vision. : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 480
---- Students will become exposed to various types of propulsion systems for aquatic, amphibious, land, air, low-orbit, and space-based autonomous systems. Specifically, students will focus on a common thread in each module, concerning an emphasis on sensory localization in dynamic environments. : 480
New Hours 480
Total Hours 480
---- Students will learn about emerging technologies within the commercial drone sector, and how to adapt organizational behavior, strategy, or resource allocation in order to maximize future opportunities and product value. Students will work with emerging technologies such as edge computing, swarm technology, quantum computing, blockchain technology, cyber security for embedded systems, virtual reality, and augmented reality to name a few. : 480
New Hours 480

Technical Instruction








#13498 Transit Elevator Escalator Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 24
---- Traffic safety : 24
---- Flagging (Trains on tracks) : 24
---- Emergency evacuations : 24
---- Safety Data Sheets : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 8
---- General Safety : 8
---- Customer Service and Communication : 8
---- System Security : 8
---- Station Orientation : 8
---- Safety and Emergency Procedures : 8
---- Public Safety : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 4
---- Developing a Safe Attitude : 4
---- Using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 4
---- Understanding Electrical Safety : 4
---- Lockout/Tagout : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 60
---- Hand Tools : 60
---- Power Tools : 60
---- Material Handling : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 4
---- Whole Numbers and Arithmetic Operations : 4
---- Integers and Order of Operations : 4
---- Decimals and Percents : 4
---- Fractions : 4
---- Measurements and Applications : 4
---- Basic Algebra Operations : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- Electrical Safety : 4
---- Fundamentals of Electricity : 4
---- Introduction to Electrical Symbols, Schematics, and Print Reading : 4
---- Motors, Transformers, and Switches : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 8
---- Multi-meter basics : 8
---- Use of meter to measure : 8
---- Meter safety : 8
---- Understanding meter types : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Electrical Safety : 8
---- Wiring Tools and Insulation Removal : 8
---- Hand Splicing Techniques : 8
---- Mechanical Terminals : 8
---- Electrical Wiring, Connector, and Terminal Repair : 8
---- Solder and Soldering Process : 8
---- De-Soldering Methods : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Safety Rules in Power Electronics : 8
---- Science of Electricity and Electronics : 8
---- Basic Instruments and Measurements : 8
---- Circuit Materials, Energy, and Source of Electricity : 8
---- Series Circuits : 8
---- Parallel Circuits : 8
---- Combination (Series-Parallel) Circuits : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Electrical Safety : 8
---- Alternating Current Principle, Resistive, Alternating Current Circuits, and Oscilloscopes : 8
---- Transformers : 8
---- Inductance and Resistor – RL (Resistor-Inductor) Circuits : 8
---- Capacitance and RC (Resistor–Capacitor) Circuits : 8
---- Tuned Circuits and RLC (Resistor-Inductor-Capacitor) Networks : 8
---- Vector and Phase Relationships : 8
---- Alternating Current/Direct Current Troubleshooting : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Safety : 8
---- Hydraulic Principles : 8
---- Basic Pneumatic Principles : 8
---- Basic Hydraulic and Pneumatic Symbols, Schematics, and Print Reading/Troubleshooting : 8
---- Hydraulic and Pneumatic Logical Troubleshooting : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Mechanical Power Transmission : 8
---- Pumps and Compressors : 8
---- Lubrication : 8
---- Bearings : 8
---- Coupled Shaft Alignment : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 16
---- Types and styles of elevators and escalators : 16
---- Escalator components and controls : 16
---- Elevator components and controls : 16
---- Safety policies and procedures : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 40
---- Electrical Safety : 40
---- Fundamentals of Rotating Machines : 40
---- Direct Current Motors and Generators : 40
---- Alternating Current Motors and Generators : 40
---- Three Phase and Single Phase Wiring Technique : 40
---- Motor Maintenance : 40
---- Characteristic and Operations of Control Devices : 40
---- Circuit Layout and Specifications : 40
---- Basic Control Circuits : 40
---- Jogging Control Circuits : 40
---- Reduced Alternating Current Voltage Starters : 40
---- Time Delay Circuits : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Electrical Safety : 40
---- Symbols and Circuit : 40
---- Meter Symbols and Meter Use : 40
---- Circuits Measurement : 40
---- Introduction to Troubleshooting Direct Current and Alternating Current Systems : 40
---- Introduction to Troubleshooting Digital Systems : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Electrical Safety : 40
---- Electrical and Electronic Symbols : 40
---- Documentation for Electrical and Electronic Systems : 40
---- Industrial Control Systems : 40
---- Print reading Fundamentals : 40
---- Digital Logic Gates and Diagrams : 40
---- Industrial Equipment : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Inductance and RL (Resistor-Inductor) Circuits : 40
---- Capacitance and RC (Resistor-Capacitor) Circuits : 40
---- Tuned Circuits and RLC (Resistor-Inductor-Capacitor) Networks : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Electrical Safety : 40
---- Semiconductors/Diodes : 40
---- DC Power Supplies – Single Phase : 40
---- Solid State Transducers : 40
---- Transistor as a Direct Current Switch : 40
---- Transistor as an Amplifier : 40
---- Silicon Controlled Rectifiers : 40
---- TRIACs (Triode for Alternating Current – a triode is a three way solid state device with three terminals), DIACs (Diode used for Alternating Current–solid state device), Unijunction Transistors (a three-lead solid state device which can act as a switch) : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Electrical Safety : 40
---- Digital Technology : 40
---- Logic Elements : 40
---- Combination Logic : 40
---- NAND (NOT- AND function), NOR (NOT-OR function), XOR (EXCLUSIVE OR function) Elements (All logic elements/functions/gates control circuits in predetermined manner) : 40
---- Introduction to Digital Troubleshooting : 40
---- Binary Number Shortcuts : 40
---- Numbering Systems : 40
---- Relay Logic and Programmable Controllers : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Practical Hydraulics : 40
---- Practical Pneumatics : 40
---- Hydraulic and Pneumatic Drawings (review, troubleshooting, applications) : 40
---- Applications of Hydraulics and Pneumatics for Elevators and Escalators : 40
---- Hydraulic and Pneumatic Logical Troubleshooting : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 80
---- General Safety Procedures : 80
---- Introduction to Principles of Operation : 80
---- Escalator Sub Systems Overview : 80
---- Electrical Control Systems : 80
---- Safety Devices : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- General Electrical Safety Procedures : 80
---- Escalator Electrical Power Systems : 80
---- Escalator Safety Circuits : 80
---- Escalator Control Circuits : 80
---- Escalator Drive Motors : 80
---- Description of Operation : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- General Safety Procedures : 80
---- Step Removal and Replacement : 80
---- Step Band Alignment and Adjustment : 80
---- Roller Removal and Replacement : 80
---- Step Band Maintenance : 80
---- Inspection, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- General Safety Procedures : 80
---- Handrail Drive Systems : 80
---- Handrail and Handrail Drive Removal and Replacement : 80
---- Inspection, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- General Safety and Maintenance : 80
---- Lighting and Heating Systems : 80
---- Step Bands : 80
---- Safety Devices : 80
---- Handrails : 80
---- Preventative Maintenance of Escalator Drive Systems : 80
---- Control Systems : 80
---- Brakes : 80
---- Operational Test : 80
---- General Housekeeping Procedures : 80
---- Code Compliance Overview / Jurisdictional Testing : 80
---- Internal Communications : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- General Safety Procedures for Elevator Maintenance : 80
---- Hydraulic Elevators : 80
---- Electric Traction Elevators and MRL (Machine Room Less) Elevators : 80
---- Door Systems : 80
---- Control Systems : 80
---- Introduction to Code Specifications : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- General Electrical Safety Procedures : 80
---- Interpreting Electrical Diagrams : 80
---- Electrical Systems Testing : 80
---- Wiring Systems : 80
---- Safety Circuits : 80
---- Control Circuits : 80
---- Drive Motor Circuits : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- General Safety Procedures : 80
---- Geared Drive Systems : 80
---- Gearless Drive Systems : 80
---- Hydraulic Drive Systems : 80
---- Troubleshooting : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 72
---- Safety Procedures for Elevator Doors : 72
---- Introduction to Elevator Doors : 72
---- Component Maintenance and Replacement : 72
---- Door Inspection and Troubleshooting : 72
New Hours 72
Total Hours 80
---- Safety Procedures : 80
---- Principles of Operation : 80
---- Traction Elevator Control Systems : 80
---- Roping : 80
---- Maintenance Requirements : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Safety Procedures : 80
---- Principles of Operation : 80
---- Control Systems : 80
---- Hoist way : 80
---- Maintenance Requirements : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- General Safety and Maintenance : 80
---- Lighting : 80
---- Emergency Equipment : 80
---- Elevator Car and Landings : 80
---- Door Operation : 80
---- General Housekeeping Procedures : 80
---- Hydraulic Hoist way : 80
---- Traction Machine Room : 80
---- Internal Communication : 80
---- Traction Hoist way : 80
---- Hydraulic Machine Room : 80
---- Controllers : 80
---- Brakes : 80
---- Operational Test : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Rack-and-Pinion Elevators : 80
---- ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Accessibility (Wheelchair Lifts) : 80
---- Dumbwaiters : 80
---- Inclined Elevators : 80
---- Material Lifts : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Principles of Elevator Safety : 80
---- Assessing and Responding to Elevator Entrapment : 80
---- Techniques of Unlocking Elevator Doors and Moving Cars : 80
---- ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) code A17.4 Evacuation Procedures : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Troubleshooting Process : 80
---- General Troubleshooting Application : 80
---- Troubleshooting in Elevators : 80
---- Troubleshooting in Escalators : 80
---- Troubleshooting Tips and Pitfalls : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Understanding Control Devices : 80
---- Elevator Input/output Control Equipment : 80
---- Escalator Input/output Control Equipment : 80
---- Testing and Troubleshooting : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 40
---- Electronic Drive Systems : 40
---- Motor Drive Electrical Systems : 40
---- Testing and Troubleshooting : 40
---- Setup and Operation : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 80
---- Multiple Page Prints : 80
---- Electronic Sensors : 80
---- International Drawings : 80
---- PLC (Programmable Logic Controls) Prints : 80
---- Troubleshooting : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- : 80
New Hours 80

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 8
---- Traffic safety : 8
---- Flagging : 8
---- Emergency evacuations : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 6
---- General Safety : 6
---- Customer Service and Communication : 6
---- System Security : 6
---- Station Orientation : 6
---- Safety and Emergency Procedures : 6
---- Public Safety : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 2
---- Developing a Safe Attitude : 2
---- Using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 2
---- Understanding Electrical Safety : 2
---- Lockout/Tagout : 2
---- Safety Data Sheets : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 32
---- Hand Tools : 32
---- Power Tools : 32
---- Material Handling : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 36
---- Whole Numbers and Arithmetic Operations : 36
---- Integers and Order of Operations : 36
---- Decimals and Percent’s : 36
---- Fractions : 36
---- Measurements and Applications : 36
---- Basic Algebra Operations : 36
New Hours 36
Total Hours 6
---- Electrical Safety : 6
---- Fundamentals of Electricity : 6
---- Introduction to Electrical Symbols, Schematics, and Print Reading : 6
---- Motors, Transformers, and Switches : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 8
---- Multi-meter basics : 8
---- Use of meter to measure : 8
---- Meter safety : 8
---- Understanding meter types : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 16
---- Electrical Safety : 16
---- Wiring Tools and Insulation Removal : 16
---- Hand Splicing Techniques : 16
---- Mechanical Terminals : 16
---- Electrical Wiring, Connector, and Terminal Repair : 16
---- Solder and Soldering Process : 16
---- De-Soldering Methods : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 24
---- Safety Rules in Power Electronics : 24
---- Science of Electricity and Electronics : 24
---- Basic Instruments and Measurements : 24
---- Circuit Materials, Energy, and Source of Electricity : 24
---- Series Circuit : 24
---- Parallel Circuits : 24
---- Combination (Series-Parallel) Circuits : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 28
---- Electrical Safety : 28
---- Alternating Current Principle, Resistive, Alternating Current Circuits, and Oscilloscopes : 28
---- Transformers : 28
---- Inductance and RL(Resistor-Inductor) Circuits : 28
---- Capacitance and RC (Resistor-Capacitor) Circuits : 28
---- Tuned Circuits and RCL (Resistor-Capacitor-Inductor) Networks : 28
---- Vector and Phase Relationships : 28
---- Alternating Current/Direct Current Troubleshooting : 28
New Hours 28
Total Hours 16
---- Safety : 16
---- Hydraulic Principles : 16
---- Basic Pneumatic Principles : 16
---- Basic Hydraulic and Pneumatic Symbols, Schematics, and Print Reading/Troubleshooting : 16
---- Hydraulic and Pneumatic Logical Troubleshooting : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 32
---- Mechanical Power Transmission : 32
---- Pumps and Compressors : 32
---- Lubrication : 32
---- Bearings : 32
---- Coupled Shaft Alignment : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 4
---- Types and styles of elevators and escalators : 4
---- Escalator components and controls : 4
---- Elevator components and controls : 4
---- Safety policies and procedures : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 48
---- Electrical Safety : 48
---- Fundamentals of Rotating Machines : 48
---- Direct Current Motors and Generators : 48
---- Alternating Current Motors and Generators : 48
---- Three Phase and Single Phase Wiring Technique : 48
---- Motor Maintenance : 48
---- Characteristic and Operations of Control Devices : 48
---- Circuit Layout and Specifications : 48
---- Basic Control Circuits : 48
---- Jogging Control Circuits : 48
---- Reduced Alternating Current Voltage Starters : 48
---- Time Delay Circuits : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 32
---- Electrical Safety : 32
---- Symbols and Circuit : 32
---- Meter Symbols and Meter Use : 32
---- Circuits Measurement : 32
---- Introduction to Troubleshooting Direct Current and Alternating Current Systems : 32
---- Introduction to Troubleshooting Digital Systems : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 32
---- Electrical Safety : 32
---- Electrical and Electronic Symbols : 32
---- Documentation for Electrical and Electronic Systems : 32
---- Industrial Control Systems : 32
---- Print reading Fundamentals : 32
---- Digital Logic Gates and Diagrams : 32
---- Industrial Equipment : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 24
---- Inductance and RL (Resistor-Inductor) Circuits : 24
---- Capacitance and RC (Resistor-Capacitor) Circuits : 24
---- Tuned Circuits and RLC (Resistor-Inductor-Capacitor) Networks : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 60
---- Electrical Safety : 60
---- Semiconductors / Diodes : 60
---- Direct Current Power Supplies - Single Phase : 60
---- Solid State Transducers : 60
---- Transistor as a Direct Current Switch : 60
---- Transistor as an Amplifier : 60
---- Silicon Controlled Rectifiers : 60
---- TRIACs (Triode for Alternating Current - a triode is a three-way solid state device with three terminals), DIACs (Diode used for Alternating Current–solid state device), Unijunction Transistors (a three-lead solid state device which can act as a switch) : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 28
---- Electrical Safety : 28
---- Digital Technology : 28
---- Logic Elements : 28
---- Combination Logic : 28
---- NAND (NOT-AND function), NOR (NOT-OR function), XOR (EXCLUSIVE OR function) Elements (All logic elements/functions/gates - control circuits in predetermined manner). : 28
---- Introduction to Digital Troubleshooting : 28
---- Binary Number Shortcuts : 28
---- Numbering Systems : 28
---- Relay Logic and Programmable Controllers : 28
New Hours 28
Total Hours 16
---- Practical Hydraulics : 16
---- Practical Pneumatics : 16
---- Hydraulic and Pneumatic Drawings (review, troubleshooting, applications : 16
---- Applications of Hydraulics and Pneumatics for Elevators and Escalators : 16
---- Hydraulic and Pneumatic Logical Troubleshooting : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 8
---- General Safety Procedures : 8
---- Introduction to Principles of Operation : 8
---- Escalator Sub Systems Overview : 8
---- Electrical Control Systems : 8
---- Safety Devices : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 16
---- General Electrical Safety Procedures : 16
---- Escalator Electrical Power Systems : 16
---- Escalator Safety Circuits : 16
---- Escalator Control Circuits : 16
---- Escalator Drive Motors : 16
---- Description of Operation : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- General Safety Procedures : 16
---- Step Removal and Replacement : 16
---- Step Band Alignment and Adjustment : 16
---- Roller Removal and Replacement : 16
---- Step Band Maintenance : 16
---- Inspection, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 32
---- General Safety Procedures : 32
---- Handrail Drive Systems : 32
---- Handrail and Handrail Drive Removal and Replacement : 32
---- Inspection, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 64
---- General Safety and Maintenance : 64
---- Lighting and Heating Systems : 64
---- Step Bands : 64
---- Safety Devices : 64
---- Handrails : 64
---- Preventative Maintenance of Escalator Drive Systems : 64
---- Control Systems : 64
---- Brakes : 64
---- Operational Test : 64
---- General Housekeeping Procedures : 64
---- Code Compliance Overview / Jurisdictional Testing : 64
---- Internal Communications : 64
New Hours 64
Total Hours 24
---- General Safety Procedures for Elevator Maintenance : 24
---- Hydraulic Elevators : 24
---- Electric Traction Elevators and MRL (Machine Room Less) Elevators : 24
---- Door Systems : 24
---- Control Systems : 24
---- Introduction to Code Specifications : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 32
---- General Electrical Safety Procedures : 32
---- Interpreting Electrical Diagrams : 32
---- Electrical Systems Testing : 32
---- Wiring Systems : 32
---- Safety Circuits : 32
---- Control Circuits : 32
---- Drive Motor Circuits : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 32
---- General Safety Procedures : 32
---- Geared Drive Systems : 32
---- Gearless Drive Systems : 32
---- Hydraulic Drive Systems : 32
---- Troubleshooting : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 32
---- Safety Procedures for Elevator Doors : 32
---- Introduction to Elevator Doors : 32
---- Component Maintenance and Replacement : 32
---- Door Inspection and Troubleshooting : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 32
---- Safety Procedures : 32
---- Principles of Operation : 32
---- Traction Elevator Control Systems : 32
---- Roping : 32
---- Maintenance Requirements : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 24
---- Safety Procedures : 24
---- Principles of Operation : 24
---- Control Systems : 24
---- Hoist way : 24
---- Maintenance Requirements : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 48
---- General Safety and Maintenance : 48
---- Lighting : 48
---- Emergency Equipment : 48
---- Elevator Car and Landings : 48
---- Door Operation : 48
---- General Housekeeping Procedures : 48
---- Hydraulic Hoist way : 48
---- Traction Machine Room : 48
---- Internal Communication : 48
---- Traction Hoist way : 48
---- Hydraulic Machine Room : 48
---- Controllers : 48
---- Brakes : 48
---- Operational Test : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 12
---- Rack-and-Pinion Elevators : 12
---- ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Accessibility (Wheelchair Lifts) : 12
---- Dumbwaiters : 12
---- Inclined Elevators : 12
---- Material Lifts : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 8
---- Principles of Elevator Safety : 8
---- Assessing and Responding to Elevator Entrapment : 8
---- Techniques of Unlocking Elevator Doors and Moving Cars : 8
---- ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) Code A17.4 Evacuation Procedures : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 4
---- Troubleshooting Process : 4
---- General Troubleshooting Application : 4
---- Troubleshooting in Elevators : 4
---- Troubleshooting in Escalators : 4
---- Troubleshooting Tips and Pitfalls : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 20
---- Understanding Control Devices : 20
---- Elevator Input/output Control Equipment : 20
---- Escalator Input/output Control Equipment : 20
---- Testing and Troubleshooting : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 28
---- Electronic Drive Systems : 28
---- Motor Drive Electrical Systems : 28
---- Testing and Troubleshooting : 28
---- Set-up and Operation : 28
New Hours 28






#13494 Marketing Coordinator



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Focuses on the operation of the American business system. Covers fundamentals of the economy, careers and opportunities, marketing, management, production, governmental regulations, tools of business and social responsibilities. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Emphasizes public law, regulation of business, ethical considerations, and various relationships existing within society, government, and business. Students develop an understanding of the role of law in social, political, and economic change. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Presents the analysis of theoretical marketing processes and the strategies of product development, pricing, promotion and distribution, and their applications to business and the individual consumer. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Explores new marketing strategies that have emerged as areas of information technology and the Internet have evolved. Web fundamentals, e-marketing trends, strategies, models and research will be examined. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Enables the student to understand the variables that affect consumer behavior in the marketplace and the implications of this knowledge for marketing decisions and strategies. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Google’s Analytics Academy will help apprentices learn about Google’s measurement tools so apprentices can learn how to grow a business through intelligent data collection and analysis. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- The Google AdWords Certificate is another in-demand certification for digital marketers. Apprentices must pass the fundamentals exam as well as an exam for a specific area (search, display, mobile, video, shopping or advertising). :
New Hours






#13495 Project Coordinator



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduces the application of fundamental business principles to local, national, and international forums. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Emphasizes public law, regulation of business, ethical considerations, and various relationships existing within society, government, and business. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Emphasizes effective business writing and cover letters, memoranda, reports, application letters, and resumes. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Combines the basic theories of communication with public speech performance skills. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Investigates the concepts and applicability of project management within organizations. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Requires GED/AA, OR 1,500 hours of project management experience, or 23 hours of project management education. Online study guides and practice exams are available. :
New Hours






#13496 Musician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- Demonstrate the ability to notate music : 32
---- Use technology to notate music : 32
---- Notate music by hand (music calligraphy) : 32
---- Create lead sheets, chord charts, and arrangements of both original music and music in the popular repertoire : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 32
---- Demonstrate the ability to harmonize a melody in each style : 32
---- Demonstrate the ability to compose a melody to a given harmonic structure within a specific style : 32
---- Compose original music with melody and harmony : 32
---- Demonstrate the ability to identify the elements of music within both written and aural examples : 32
---- Demonstrate the ability to identify musical texture and instrumentation within both written and aural examples : 32
---- Demonstrate the ability to construct a bass line (within a given harmonic framework) : 32
---- Write and analyze functional harmony : 32
---- Transcribe and notate rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic elements in a variety of styles : 32
---- Demonstrate the ability to employ modal harmony in contemporary styles : 32
---- Demonstrate the ability to analyze modal harmony in contemporary styles : 32
---- Transpose music in a variety of settings : 32
---- Demonstrate the ability to create and develop a melody within a music composition : 32
---- Play functional keyboard to demonstrate theoretical music concepts : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 32
---- Sight-sing written melodies : 32
---- Demonstrate knowledge of key signatures, time signatures and clefs : 32
---- Demonstrate the ability to conduct in duple, triple, simple, and compound meters : 32
---- Identify, read, write, and perform a variety of rhythm patterns : 32
---- Identify, read, write, and perform a variety of melodic patterns using solfege : 32
---- Identify, read, write, and perform a variety of harmonic progressions using solfege : 32
---- Demonstrate the ability to translate aural examples of music into solfege : 32
---- Demonstrate the ability to notate music from aural examples : 32
---- Demonstrate the ability to manipulate solfege using a moveable do system : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 48
---- Experience performing a variety of musical styles in a variety of settings : 48
---- Experience performing music in and outside of the classroom setting : 48
---- Demonstrate stylistic interpretation of a melody in at least one idiom : 48
---- Demonstrate the ability to verbally articulate chords and voicings : 48
---- Demonstrate the ability to perform simple and complex rhythms in time : 48
---- Articulate the roles and functions of individual instruments within an ensemble : 48
---- Demonstrate the ability to perform music from music notation : 48
---- Demonstrate the ability to notate music for an ensemble : 48
---- Demonstrate the ability to perform music without music notation (by ear) : 48
---- Demonstrate knowledge of a standard repertoire of music in at least one idiom from memory : 48
---- Experience playing or singing a variety of contemporary popular music repertoire in class and/or performance settings : 48
---- Experience a variety of musical styles in a live performance setting : 48
---- Demonstrate the ability to critically listen to and describe a variety of music : 48
---- Demonstrate the ability to lead an ensemble : 48
---- Demonstrate the ability to independently practice music in an unfamiliar style : 48
---- Demonstrate the ability to verbally communicate with an audience : 48
---- Listen to recordings of musical examples representing a variety of historical exemplars (compositions and artists) : 48
---- Demonstrate the ability to research music information in a variety of print and non-print sources : 48
---- Explore the historical and cultural context of specific musical styles : 48
---- Experience different ways music is communicated (e.g., written, oral, by ear) : 48
---- Demonstrate the musical and interpersonal skills required in an audition and/or in preparation for a performance : 48
---- Experience performing in a variety of ensembles : 48
---- Demonstrate self-awareness while performing music : 48
---- Demonstrate knowledge of various applications of technology in performance (e.g. sound reinforcement, electronic instruments, computer applications, recording) : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 48
---- Demonstrate the ability to use beat-patterns (both simple and compound) as a way to physically organize musical events in time : 48
---- Demonstrate the ability to read an orchestral score : 48
---- Apply decision making skills and communicate interpretation (verbally and/or non-verbally) to musicians : 48
---- Demonstrate fundamental (non-verbal) conducting gestures (e.g., clear beat, use of two hands, anticipatory cues) : 48
---- Experience leading musicians to create a musical performance : 48
---- Experience directing an ensemble with a soloist : 48
---- Conduct music with meter changes while maintaining clear communication and gestures : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 48
---- Demonstrate knowledge of a variety of music such as American/Roots Music, Music of the African Cultural Diaspora, Western European Music, Non-Western-European music, and Asian and African Music : 48
---- Recognize music from major historical periods : 48
---- Explore stylistic trends and performance practices related to time, place, and people : 48
---- Identify music exemplars related to time, place, and people : 48
---- Explore historical, social, and cultural contexts for music creation and performance : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 48
---- Develop technique on a primary instrument/voice : 48
---- Demonstrate knowledge of linear and harmonic vocabulary of music based on the following scales: Diatonic Major, Pentatonic, Natural Minor, Melodic Minor, Harmonic Minor, Harmonic Major, Whole Tone, Diminished, Chromatic, Modal Scales, and Other Scales (when addressed in the music) : 48
---- Develop the ability to sight-read music : 48
---- Develop the ability to perform (alone and with others) at a consistent tempo : 48
---- Demonstrate the ability to perform (alone and with others) expressively in time (e.g. Within groove, use of rubato) : 48
---- Develop aural skills related to the instrument/voice (e.g., tuning, call and response, hearing changes) : 48
---- Develop instrumental and/or vocal technique and habits of playing (e.g., posture, breathing, hand position, embouchure) : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 24
---- Demonstrate the ability to play an instrument and/or sing in tune : 24
---- Perform music with expression (e.g., nuance, vibrato, dynamics) : 24
---- Demonstrate the ability to use expressive tone color both acoustically and with amplification Private Instrumental or Vocal Lessons and Labs (Improvisation) : 24
---- Improvise music in various song forms and styles : 24
---- Demonstrate phrase structure within the context of musical improvisation : 24
---- Employ harmonic vocabulary while improvising as a soloist and/or accompanist : 24
---- Demonstrate a knowledge of chord scales in improvisation : 24
---- Employ rhythmic vocabulary and development while improvising as a soloist and/or accompanist : 24
---- Employ motif creation and development while improvising as a soloist and/or accompanist : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Perform in a variety of musical styles and genres : 24
---- Perform solo literature and etudes : 24
---- Explore the role of the instrument/voice through literature : 24
---- Demonstrate the ability to transpose music while performing : 24
---- Explore a variety of techniques to memorize music : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Develop the ability to listen critically to evaluate self while practicing music : 24
---- Develop a vocabulary of music with an instrument/voice : 24
---- Explore a variety of master artists through imitation : 24
---- Develop personal musical style and expression : 24
---- Develop habits of healthy practice (e.g., duration, hydration, repetition) : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Use technology to record practice sessions, lessons, and performances : 24
---- Develop practice habits using technology (e.g., use play-a-long tracks, click tracks, metronomes, grooves) : 24
---- Maintain portfolio of recordings to evaluate personal performance progress : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Explore the music of historical masters related to primary instrument or voice : 24
---- Transcribe and/or analyze music composed and performed in a variety of musical styles : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Create professional resume and/or e-folio : 24
---- Demonstrate non-music professional skills required to function in the entertainment industry (e.g., accounting, record keeping, contract negotiation, taxes) : 24
---- Demonstrate knowledge of entertainment industry vocabulary, concepts, and trends (e.g., copyright, licensing, concert/touring, economics, marketing) : 24
---- Explore a variety of vehicles for self-promotion : 24
---- Demonstrate writing and quantitative skills : 24
---- Explore entrepreneurial and/or management skills and concepts : 24
---- Develop organizational skills related to time management, facilitation, and administration : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Demonstrate knowledge of the functional elements of computer components (e.g., hard drive, CD drive, ports/connections) and basic maintenance issues (e.g., software installation, troubleshooting). : 24
---- Use technology to create and maintain archives of electronic files : 24
---- Develop general technological literacy (e.g., word processing, spreadsheet, : 24
---- database, presentation) to produce professional documents : 24
---- Develop an ability to navigate the Berklee network infrastructure (i.e., Campus Cruiser) : 24
---- Demonstrate the ability to use tools within the Berklee network infrastructure (e.g., email, online registration, course companions) : 24
---- Demonstrate the ability to research information in a variety of print and non-print sources : 24
---- Employ online technology as a vehicle for personal and professional communication (e.g., chat. webpages, email, virtual communities) : 24
---- Develop technological literacy in music (e.g., software applications, processes, technical ear-training) : 24
---- Use technology to notate music : 24
---- Demonstrate knowledge of computer applications that enhance music practice habits : 24
---- Demonstrate knowledge of various applications of technology in performance (e.g., sound reinforcement, computer applications, recording) : 24
---- Use technology as a means for the distribution of music : 24
---- Create professional resume and/or e-folio : 24
---- Use technology to create and/or perform music : 24
---- Experience recording music in live and/or studio settings : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Demonstrate communication skills (orally and in writing) in English : 24
---- Apply scientific and quantitative reasoning abilities in a variety of settings : 24
---- Demonstrate the ability to think logically, critically, and creatively : 24
---- Demonstrate knowledge of electronic communication etiquette : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Demonstrate the ability to relate music to culture : 24
---- Identify connections between music and the social, political, and historical context in which it is created and received : 24
---- Demonstrate the ability to articulate aesthetic and ethical concepts : 24
---- Explore multiple ways of perceiving the world : 24
---- Explore the role of identity construction and power in culture : 24
---- Explore a variety of media and technology : 24
---- Explore creative and artistic forms of expression in diverse contexts : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Explore a broad musical perspective that encompasses a variety of musical styles and sources : 24
---- Demonstrate knowledge of the historical experiences, cultural patterns, and social advantages and disadvantages of under-represented groups within society : 24
---- Demonstrate knowledge of a variety of individuals from under-represented groups and their works : 24
---- Relate cultural and political issues to a field of study : 24
---- Articulate an historical perspective for a field of study : 24
---- Explore the diversity of contributions/underpinnings of a field of study : 24
---- Explore a variety of diverse viewpoints and perspectives related to a field of study : 24
---- Recognize stereotyping, inaccurate assumptions and biases in yourself and others : 24
---- Communicate across lines of difference : 24
---- Demonstrate the ability to communicate cross-culturally and inter-culturally : 24
---- Demonstrate an ability to bridge differences, resolve conflicts, and collaborate with others : 24
---- Demonstrate the ability to think critically about issues of diversity : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Demonstrates knowledge and ability to obtain foreign travel documents and passports. : 24
---- Demonstrates knowledge of customs and protocols for foreign travel : 24
---- Demonstrate knowledge of professional industry associations : 24
---- Demonstrates knowledge of entertainment law and contracts : 24
---- Demonstrates the ability to produce marketing and social media materials common to the industry : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Demonstrates knowledge and abilities of sound and recording engineering in a studio or live setting : 24
New Hours 24






#13492 Human Resources Associate



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Provides an overview of the contemporary issues, theories, and principles used to manage human resources. Includes recurring, placement, training, management, compensation, and benefits. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Emphasizes HR trends, equal opportunity and safety, training and development, approaching and improving performance, and global issues in HR. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Emphasizes public law, regulation of business, ethical considerations, and relationships within society, government, and business. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Emphasizes effective business writing and cover letters, memoranda, reports, application letters, and resumes. Includes business communication fundamentals and international communication. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces problem solving and decision-making processes associated with a business environment. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Requires GED; no previous HR experience needed. First certification designed for professional looking to begin their career in HR. :
New Hours






#13493 Sales Coordinator



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Presents the analysis of theoretical marketing processes and the strategies of product development, pricing, promotion and distribution, and their applications to businesses and the consumer. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Examines major ethical theories and then applies ethical decision-making criteria to various moral issues and challenges in a business environment. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Emphasizes effective business writing and cover letters, memoranda, reports, application letters, and resumes. This course includes the fundamentals of business communication. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Examines the communication involved in interpersonal relationships occurring in family, social, and career situations. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the application of fundamental business principles to local, national, and international forums. This course examines the relationship of economic systems, governance, regulations, and law. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Users will learn the necessary functions to house and analyze data. The exam covers applications, features and functions available to users. Free preparation through Trailhead. :
New Hours






#13490 Staff Accountant



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- This course introduces accounting principles for understanding the theory and logic that underlie procedures and practices for business organizations. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Examines major ethical theories and then applies ethical decision-making criteria to various moral issues and challenges in a business environment. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Combines the basic theories of communication with public speech performance skills. Emphasis is on speech preparation, organization, support, audience analysis, and delivery. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces the application of fundamental business principles to local, national, and international forums. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers the application of accounting principles to business. Topics include corporate equity and debt financing, investments, cash flow statements, financial analysis, and budgeting. :
New Hours






#13491 Facilities Operations Junior Analyst



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Introduces the student the basic concepts of workplace hazards and the need for continuing education with regard to safety. The reasons behind confined space training and proper safety equipment will be covered. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers electrical power distribution transformers capacitors relays and electric motors. Laboratory experiences consist of using electrical devices to electrical loads. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Teaches resistance current voltage and power in AC and DC circuits; measurements; computations of series and parallel circuits; circuit analysis and troubleshooting with basic test equipment. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduces students to the fundamentals of gas heating. Students work in a classroom and shop environment. Topics include the basics of gas heating systems and basic code requirements for heating systems. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Covers operating and modifying an installed building automation system. This is a highly interactive course where you will learn and exercise common applications of a building management system. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- IFMA’s Facility Management Professional (FMP) designation is a knowledge-based credential that will help to accelerate an FM’s transition into the profession and demonstrate a proven comprehension of the foundations of facility management. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- The Certified Professional Property Specialist (CPPS) Certification level examination consists of a 100-question, multiple-choice exam. CPPS exams cover 7 domains and 23 subdomains, written by subject matter experts. :
New Hours






#13489 Light Truck Drivers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13486 Non-Destructive Testing Specialists



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13487 Civil Engineering Technologists and Technicians



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13488 Speech-Language Pathologists



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13485 Molding, Coremaking, and Casting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13484 Respiratory Therapists



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13483 Computer Network Support Specialists



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13482 Industrial Production Managers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13481 Computer and Information Systems Managers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13479 Driver/Sales Workers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13480 Stockers and Order Fillers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13477 Cashiers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13478 Retail Salespersons



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13475 Waiters and Waitresses



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13476 Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13474 Fast Food and Counter Workers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13472 Cost Estimators



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13473 First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13471 Construction Managers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13470 Environmental Engineering Technologists and Technicians



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13469 Sales Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13467 Public Relations Specialists



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13468 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific Products



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13466 Veterinarians



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13465 Environmental Engineers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13464 Loan Officers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13462 Sales Managers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13463 Personal Service Managers, All Other



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13461 Marketing Managers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13458 Woodwork Manufacturing Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13459 First-Line Supervisors of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and Groundskeeping Workers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13455 User Experience Designer



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13456 Robotics Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13457 Certified Nursing Assistant



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13454 Industrial Manufacturing Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 10
---- This course will prepare an Apprentice for the requirements of participating in and completing their program, including topics such as record keeping of related instruction classes and on-the-job learning experiences, professional communication, time management, goal setting, self-advocacy and emotional intelligence, supervisor interaction preparation, growth mindset and training plans, building strong relationships, feedback and tough conversations, workplace conflict, and workplace safety and ergonomics. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 48
---- The course will cover the requirements of the standard, how it is applied to calibration and test laboratories, and what a technician who works for an accredited lab needs to know. On completion, there will be an understanding of what behavior and activities are required for the work to be conformant to the standard. : 48
---- Intro to Measure and Calibration : 48
---- Intro to ISO 17025 for Calibration Techniques : 48
---- ISO 17025 Compliance 1 Uncertainty Management : 48
---- Proficiency Testing for ISO 17025 : 48
---- Assessment to the Requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 10
---- Cal Requirements and Labels : 10
---- Environmental Control Trilogy : 10
---- Interval Analysis : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 4
---- This course will focus on the concepts and theories related to mechanical and electrical schematics, which may include interpreting schematic diagrams and circuits. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 20
---- This course aims to promote best practices in applications of mathematics and statistics to metrology, which may include contemporary methods and challenges in mathematical modeling and statistical data analysis for measurement science. Specific areas of application may include Measurement Uncertainty and Interlaboratory Comparisons, Data Analysis for Imaging, Uncertainty Quantification and Compositional Data Analysis. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 10
---- A introductory overview of physical measurement, dimensional measurement, AC-DC Metrology, Acoustics and Vibrations, and Microwave Principles : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 40
---- This course will teach how to quantify the uncertainty of a future result that has been corrected by the calibration curve. This course will teach the Apprentice how to determine how the uncertainty quantifies the possible difference between the calibrated value and its reference base. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 4
---- This course will cover the topics and concepts related to metrology software validation and control, including creating the validation plan, defining the system requirements, creating validation protocol and test specifications, testing, reviewing procedures and final reporting. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 15
---- This course will cover the environmental health and safety concepts. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 5
---- This course will focus on the examination of information systems and their role in business. Focus on information systems, database management systems, networking, e-commerce, ethics and security, computer systems hardware and software components. Application of these concepts and methods through hands-on projects developing computer-based solutions to business problems. (i.e. includes PPT, Word and Excel). This course will also cover Import/export compliance. : 5
New Hours 5






#13453 Calibration Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 30
---- This course will prepare an Apprentice for the requirements of participating in and completing their program, including topics such as record keeping of related instruction classes and on-the-job learning experiences, professional communication, time management, goal setting, self-advocacy and emotional intelligence, supervisor interaction preparation, growth mindset and training plans, building strong relationships, feedback and tough conversations, workplace conflict, and workplace safety and ergonomics. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 48
---- The course will cover the requirements of the standard, how it is applied to calibration and test laboratories, and what a technician who works for an accredited lab needs to know. On completion, there will be an understanding of what behavior and activities are required for the work to be conformant to the standard. : 48
---- Intro to Measure and Calibration : 48
---- Intro to ISO 17025 for Calibration Techniques : 48
---- ISO 17025 Compliance 1 Uncertainty Management : 48
---- Proficiency Testing for ISO 17025 : 48
---- Assessment to the Requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 10
---- Cal Requirements and Labels : 10
---- Environmental Control Trilogy : 10
---- Interval Analysis : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 4
---- This course will focus on the concepts and theories related to mechanical and electrical schematics, which may include interpreting schematic diagrams and circuits. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 20
---- This course aims to promote best practices in applications of mathematics and statistics to metrology, which may include contemporary methods and challenges in mathematical modeling and statistical data analysis for measurement science. Specific areas of application may include Measurement Uncertainty and Interlaboratory Comparisons, Data Analysis for Imaging, Uncertainty Quantification and Compositional Data Analysis. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 10
---- A introductory overview of physical measurement, dimensional measurement, AC-DC Metrology, Acoustics and Vibrations, and Microwave Principles : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 40
---- This course will teach how to quantify the uncertainty of a future result that has been corrected by the calibration curve. This course will teach the Apprentice how to determine how the uncertainty quantifies the possible difference between the calibrated value and its reference base. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 4
---- This course will cover the topics and concepts related to metrology software validation and control, including creating the validation plan, defining the system requirements, creating validation protocol and test specifications, testing, reviewing procedures and final reporting. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 15
---- This course will cover the environmental health and safety concepts. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 5
---- This course will focus on the examination of information systems and their role in business. Focus on information systems, database management systems, networking, e-commerce, ethics and security, computer systems hardware and software components. Application of these concepts and methods through hands-on projects developing computer-based solutions to business problems. (i.e. includes PPT, Word and Excel). This course will also cover Import/export compliance. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 30
---- This course will focus on developing leadership skills to improve performance on the job. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 144
---- This course will cover the basic concepts and calibration techniques related to Precision Force and Torque Measurement, Precision Pressure Measurement, Precision Temperature Measurement. : 144
New Hours 144
Total Hours 144
---- This course will cover the basic concepts and calibration techniques related to Precision Length Measurement, This course will cover measurement techniques from gage blocks, to angle measurements, to optical comparators. : 144
New Hours 144
Total Hours 144
---- This course will teach the basic concepts of ac/dc metrology, including the theory and application of Precision Electrical Measurement, thermal transfer standards to measure ac voltages and currents, definition of inductance and capacitance, and the measurement of impedance, admittance and immittance. : 144
New Hours 144
Total Hours 144
---- This course offers a deeper understanding of the many specialized disciplines within sound and vibration. This course will cover the latest in-depth theory, measurement techniques and details about specific instrumentation and technology. : 144
New Hours 144






#13451 Dental Assistant



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 10
---- This course will prepare an apprentice for the requirements of participating in and completing their apprenticeship, including topics such as record keeping of related instruction classes and on-the-job learning experiences, professional communication, time management, goal setting, self-advocacy and emotional intelligence, supervisor interaction preparation, growth mindset and training plans, building strong relationships, feedback and tough conversations, workplace conflict, and workplace safety and ergonomics. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- This course will introduce students to the practice of dentistry and dental specialties. It covers topics such as: Professional and legal responsibilities and the roles of the dental auxiliary; responsibilities of the dental assistant, including oral communications, written communications and psychology; patient and office personnel communication and relations, proper charting, record keeping and professionalism. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 25
---- Beginning skills needed to assist in common dental procedures: Use of dental equipment and instruments; and manipulation of dental materials. Procedures include the initial examination, dental restorations, impressions and basic oral surgery. : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 5
---- This course will enable students to comprehend and apply protection from infectious diseases important in dentistry. Instruction on disinfection, instrument decontamination, sterilization procedures and try set-up preparation will be given. Regulatory compliance agencies such as OSHA, CDC and ADA recommendations will be introduced. Hazardous material management, protocols and emergency procedures for hazardous and biohazard materials will be established. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 15
---- This course will enable students to understand the principles and apply techniques of exposing and processing dental radiographs using infection control and universal precaution methods. Emphasis is placed on radiation safety and protection. This course will enable students to become proficient at intraoral radiographic techniques through laboratory practice. Manikins will be used for initial technique and instruction until 100% accuracy is achieved. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 10
---- An overview of the embryologic development of the structures and soft tissues of the head, neck, teeth and oral cavity; histology of the hard and soft tissue of the oral cavity: Anatomy and morphology of teeth, the eruption sequence and process; normal occlusion , development and class of malocclusions; anatomy of the skull , arteries and veins, musculature and nervous structures of the head and neck: General pharmacologic principles: local anesthetic solutions, analgesic gases, and psycho sedatives. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 15
---- Students will apply knowledge and basic clinical skills learned in DA 105 and other related classes toward proficiency in performing dental assisting services. Emphasis will be on chair side assisting with coronal polishing, ultrasonic scaling for cement removal, restorative, oral surgery, orthodontia pedodontia, and periodontal surgeries. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 5
---- This course will enable students to discuss, problem solve and perform exercises centered on case reasoning for clinical dental assisting. Accumulated theoretical knowledge will be related to practical clinical application. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 10
---- This course will enable students to recognize psychological or common medical conditions which could lead to an emergency situation in a dental office. Emphasis placed on prevention; to include a basic review of CPR, the Heimlich maneuver and obtaining and recording vital signs; assigned roles in the case of an emergency, as well as management and legal issues of an emergency response. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Students will develop skills necessary to undertake front office responsibilities to include: purchasing, inventory and cost control of office supplies; accounts payable and receivable procedures; insurance billing procedures, HIPPA; treatment planning and case presentation; scheduling of appointments; resume and interviewing skills. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 15
---- Students will develop an understanding of Microbiologic and nutritional conditions related to dentistry; Principles of patient motivation and education: Etiology, process and prevention of caries and periodontal disease; Design and management of a plaque and oral disease control program; brushing flossing and the use of adjunctive aids; dietary counseling. : 15
New Hours 15






#13449 Welder



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 1200
---- : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1200
---- : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1400
---- : 1400
New Hours 1400
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 2.5
---- Covers safety equipment, protective clothing and procedures applicable to the cutting and welding of metals. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 17.5
---- Explains the safety requirements for oxyfuel cutting. Identifies oxyfuel cutting equipment and setup requirements. Explains how to light, adjust, and shut down oxyfuel equipment. Trainees will perform cutting techniques that include straight line, piercing, bevels, washing, and gouging. : 17.5
New Hours 17.5
Total Hours 7.5
---- Explains plasma arc cutting equipment and safe work area preparation. Identifies correct amperage, gas pressures, and flow rates. Covers plasma-arc cutting methods for piercing, slotting, squaring, and beveling metals. Explains how to store equipment and clean the work area. : 7.5
New Hours 7.5
Total Hours 12.5
---- Describes air carbon arc cutting equipment and processes. Identifies the electrodes and safe operation of the equipment. Provides step-by-step instructions for performing air carbon arc washing and gouging activities. : 12.5
New Hours 12.5
Total Hours 12.5
---- Describes how to clean and prepare all types of base metals for cutting or welding. Identifies and explains joint design and base metal preparation for all welding tasks. : 12.5
New Hours 12.5
Total Hours 10
---- Identifies the codes that govern welding, including marine welds. Identifies and explains weld imperfections and causes. Describes non-destructive examination practices, visual inspection criteria, welder qualification tests, and the importance of quality workmanship : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 5
---- Describes SMAW welding and welding safety. Explains how to connect welding current and setup arc welding equipment. Identifies and explains using tools for cleaning welds. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 2.5
---- Explains electrode characteristics and different types of filler metals. Describes the role of the American Welding Society (AWS) and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Explains proper storage and control of filler metals and identifies the use of codes. : 2.5
New Hours 2.5
Total Hours 120
---- Describes the preparation and setup of arc welding equipment and the process of striking an arc. Explains how to detect and correct arc blow. Describes how to make stringer, weave, overlapping beads, and fillet welds. : 120
New Hours 120
Total Hours 60
---- Identifies and explains job code specifications. Describes use of fit-up gauges and measuring devices to check fit-up and alignment and use of plate and pipe fit-up and alignment tools to properly prepare joists. Explains how to check for joint misalignment and poor fit. : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 30
---- Explains groove welds and how to set up welding equipment for making groove welds. Describes how to make groove welds with backing. Provides procedures for making flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead groove welds. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 80
---- Explains open v-groove welds and how to set up welding equipment for making open v-groove welds. Provides procedures for making flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead open v-groove welds. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 5
---- Identifies and explains the different types of fillet weld, groove weld, and non- destructive examination symbols. Explains how to read welding symbols on drawings, specifications and Welding Procedure Specifications (WPS). : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 10
---- Identifies and explains welding detail drawings. Describes lines, fills, object views, and dimensioning on drawings. Explains how to use notes on drawings and the bill of materials. Explains how to sketch and draw basic welding drawings. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 7.5
---- Explains physical characteristics, mechanical properties, composition, and classification of common ferrous and nonferrous metals. Identifies the various standard metal forms and structural shapes. Shows how to extract metal information from Welding Procedure Specification (WPS) sheets and Procedure Qualification Records (PQRs). Covers visual inspection, magnetic testing, and X-ray fluorescent spectrometry methods used to identify metals : 7.5
New Hours 7.5
Total Hours 5
---- Explains preheating, interpass temperature control, and post heating procedures that sometimes need to be done to preserve weldment strength, ductility, and weld quality. Covers the equipment used for heat treating metals. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 10
---- Describes general safety procedures for GMAW and FCAW. Identifies GMAW and FCAW equipment and explains the filler metals and shielding gases used to perform GMAW and FCAW. Explains how to set up and use GMAW and FCAW equipment and how to clean GMAW and FCAW welds. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 60
---- Explains how to setup and use GMAW equipment and how to select and use different filler metals and shielding gases. Describes how to make multiple-pass fillet and V- groove welds on carbon steel plate in various positions. : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 60
---- Explains how to setup and use FCAW equipment and how to select and use different filler metals and shielding gases. Describes how to make multiple-pass fillet and V- groove welds on carbon steel plate in various positions. : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 10
---- Explains GTAW safety. Identifies and explains the use of GTAW equipment, filler metals, and shielding gases. Covers the setup of GTAW equipment. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 60
---- Describes how to build pad on carbons steel plate using GTAW and carbon steel filler metal. Also explains how to make multiple-pass GTAW fillet welds on carbon steel plate coupons in the 1F, 2F, 3F, and 4F positions, and how to make GTAW V-groove welds in the 1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G positions. : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 100
---- Explains how to set up SMAW equipment for open-root V-groove welds, and explains how to prepare for and make open-root V-groove welds on carbon steel pipe. Provides procedures for making open-root V-groove welds with SMAW equipment on pipe in the 1G-ROTATED, 2G, 5G, and 6G positions. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 60
---- Explains how to set up GMAW equipment for open-root V-groove welds and explains how to prepare for and make open-root V-groove welds on carbon steel pipe. Provides procedures for making open-root V-groove welds with GMAW equipment on pipe in the 1G-ROTATED, 2G, 5G, and 6G positions. : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 60
---- Explains how to set up FCAW equipment for open-root V-groove welds and explains how to prepare for and make open-root V-groove welds on carbon steel pipe. Provides procedures for making open-root V-groove welds with FCAW equipment on pipe in the 1G-ROTATED, 2G, 5G, and 6G positions. : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 80
---- Explains how to set up GTAW equipment for open-root V-groove welds and explains how to prepare for and make open-root V-groove welds on carbon steel pipe. Provides procedures for making open-root V-groove welds with GTAW equipment on pipe in the 2G, 5G, and 6G positions. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 70
---- Explains how to set up GTAW equipment for open-root V-groove welds on low-alloy and stainless steel pipe, and explains how to prepare for and make open-root V-groove welds on low-alloy and stainless steel pipe. Provides procedures for making open-root V-groove welds with GTAW equipment on low-alloy and stainless steel pipe in the 2G, 5G, and 6G positions. : 70
New Hours 70
Total Hours 100
---- Explains stainless steel metallurgy; how to select SMAW electrodes for stainless steel welds; and how to weld different types of stainless steels. Covers safety issues associated with welding on stainless steels; how to prepare weld coupons; and how to set up SMAW equipment for welding stainless steel. Provides procedures for making open-root V-groove welds with SMAW equipment on stainless steel plate in the 1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G positions. Includes procedures for making open-root V-groove welds with SMAW equipment on stainless steel pipe in the 1G-ROTATED, 2G, 5G, and 6G positions. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 30
---- Covers the setup of GMAW equipment for welding aluminum plate. Explains aluminum metallurgy and the characteristics of aluminum welding; how to clean and prepare aluminum plate coupons for welding; and problems often encountered in aluminum welds. Explains GMAW techniques used in aluminum welding. Provides GMAW procedures on how to build weld pads on aluminum plate; how to make fillet welds on aluminum plate in the 1F, 2F, 3F, and 4F positions; and how to make V-groove welds on aluminum plate with backing in the 1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G positions. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 30
---- Covers the setup of GTAW equipment for welding aluminum plate. Explains how to clean and prepare aluminum plate coupons for welding, and how to select the aluminum filler metals and shielding gases used in the GTAW process. Explains GTAW techniques used in aluminum welding. Provides GTAW procedures on how to build weld pads on aluminum plate; how to make fillet welds on aluminum plate in the 1F, 2F, 3F, and 4F positions; and how to make V-groove welds on aluminum plate with backing in the 1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G positions. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 50
---- Covers the setup of GTAW equipment for welding aluminum pipe. Explains how to clean and prepare aluminum pipe coupons for welding. Addresses GTAW techniques used to make V-groove and modified U-groove welds on aluminum pipe with and without backing. Provides GTAW procedures on how to make V-groove or modified U- groove welds on aluminum pipe in the 2G, 5G, and 6G positions. : 50
New Hours 50






#13447 Food Service Manager



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- Quality assurance : 400
---- Menu planning and presentation : 400
---- Food production and flow : 400
---- Sustainability : 400
---- Procurement : 400
---- Distribution of service : 400
---- Safety : 400
---- Sanitation and Maintenance : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 400
---- Professional communication with supervisors, peers, or subordinates by telephone, in written form, email, in person, or staff meeting regarding time off, absence, professional development, or workplace issues : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 400
---- Managerial effectiveness : 400
---- Understanding of policies : 400
---- Scheduling labor : 400
---- Organizational skills : 400
---- Ability to delegate : 400
---- Customer satisfaction : 400
---- Staff training : 400
---- Managing issues as they arise : 400
---- Prioritizing : 400
---- Back of House and Front of House operations : 400
---- Food safety & sanitation : 400
---- Food service industry principals, concepts, and inventories : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 400
---- Compile and balance cash receipts at the end of the day or shift : 400
---- Cash handling : 400
---- Deposit preparation : 400
---- Payroll : 400
---- Manage and control inventories of food, equipment, small ware, and liquor : 400
---- Report shortages to designated personnel : 400
---- Purchase or requisition of supplies and equipment needed to ensure quality and timely delivery of services : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 400
---- Train and supervise others : 400
---- Coordinate members of a team to work together to accomplish tasks and ensure economical use of time and resources : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 260
---- Basics of Cooking Principles : 260
---- Flow of Food through Operation : 260
---- Facility Planning, Design and Maintenance : 260
---- Menu Planning, Evaluation, Costing : 260
---- Purchasing and Procurement : 260
---- Production Scheduling : 260
---- Methods of Assembly, Delivery, Service : 260
---- Receiving and Inventory : 260
---- Distribution and Service : 260
---- Source Reduction, Facility Waste Assessment : 260
---- Product Marketing : 260
---- Leadership Principles: Communication, Decision-Making, Change Management : 260
---- Human Resource Management : 260
---- Financial Management : 260
---- Food and Facility Safety and Sanitation : 260
New Hours 260
Total Hours 100
---- Teamwork : 100
---- Workplace Responsibility : 100
---- Communication Techniques : 100
---- Conflict Resolution : 100
---- Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace : 100
---- Elevator Speech/Public Speaking : 100
---- Soft Skills: Punctuality, Manners, Attitude : 100
---- Resume Writing : 100
---- Applications : 100
---- Networking : 100
---- Job Searching : 100
---- Stress Management : 100
---- Employee Rights : 100
---- Financial Literacy : 100
---- Interviewing Techniques : 100
New Hours 100






#13443 Home Visitor



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Basic concepts of the discipline of sociology, and the theoretical approaches and methods of sociology. Includes the analysis and explanation of social structure, group dynamics, socialization, culture, the construction of self and group identity, social stratification, diversity, social change, global dynamics, and globalization. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Sociological, historical, and political components of race and ethnic relations in the United States and the effect in regard to globalization. Major ethnic and racial groups, including minorities within these groups, will be examined in detail utilizing sociological theories and perspectives including; African-American, Hispanic, Middle Eastern, Asian, Pacific Islander and Native American ethnic groups. Techniques designed to promote peaceful and successful interaction will also be reviewed. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Apprentices examine major physical, psychosocial and cognitive-language developmental milestones for children, both typical and atypical, from conception through adolescence. Emphasis on interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors. While studying developmental theory and investigative research methodologies, apprentices will observe children, evaluate individual differences and analyze characteristics of development at various stages. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Examine the developing child in a societal context focusing on the inter-relationship of the family, school and community, and emphasizing historical and socio-cultural factors. Processes of socialization and identity development are highlighted, showing the importance of respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families. Topics covered include: social influences on parenting styles, communication, child-rearing and the relationships between the child, family and school. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Social factors which contribute to marriage and family. Changing historic, economic, and socio-cultural forces that shape intimate and familial relationships. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to children’s literature. Fairy tales and tale types; interpretation of children’s literature from perspective of children, teachers, and parents; study of books by authors such as Brown, Dahl, Juster, Rowling, Sendak, Soto, and others. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to organizing and developing activities for children aged 0-3 years. Focus on practical learning experiences in areas such as arts and crafts, imaginative play, music and movement, learning games. Includes culturally appropriate activities, meeting needs of young dual-language learners, and adapting environments and programs to meet needs of children with disabilities or special needs. :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Historical and sociological analysis of the educational system and careers in teaching: Study of principles of effective instructional models with emphasis on apprentice centered and culturally relevant methods, research of resources for curriculum and instruction, and observation of teaching practices in local schools. :
New Hours






#13445 Home Care Aide



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Read and interpret care plan : 500
---- Companionship : 500
---- Light housekeeping : 500
---- Meal planning, preparation and cleanup : 500
---- Laundry and linen changing : 500
---- Medication reminders : 500
---- Transportation using client's vehicle : 500
---- Errands and shopping : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Record daily activities and services performed in the care plan log : 500
---- Record daily hours worked using mobile app or telephony : 500
---- Record hours worked and services provided on time sheets for clients with long- term care insurance : 500
---- Submit all required forms to the office in a timely manner : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Basic safety precautions : 500
---- Emergency care and disaster preparation : 500
---- Infection control : 500
---- Detect, prevent, and report abuse and neglect : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction








#13442 Registered Nurse – Perioperative



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 20
---- Required orientation to include safety, health, discrimination, harassment : 20
New Hours 20






#13440 Registered Nurse – Ambulatory Care



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 20
---- Required orientation to include safety, health, discrimination, harassment : 20
New Hours 20






#13438 Mold Maker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Layout : 200
---- Tool control : 200
---- Selection : 200
---- Coolant change : 200
---- Application : 200
---- Sketching : 200
---- Safety training : 200
---- Estimating : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Material identification : 200
---- In-process inspection : 200
---- GD&T interpretation and application : 200
---- Final inspection : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 100
---- Preventative maintenance : 100
---- Lubrication : 100
---- Coolant changes : 100
---- Calibration : 100
---- Cleaning of machines : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 300
---- General drilling : 300
---- Tapping : 300
---- Reaming on a CNC or manual machine : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Set up and operation : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 600
---- Set up and operation : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 300
---- Set up and operation : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 600
---- Set up and operation : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 300
---- Manual or CNC setup and operation (surface, cylindrical) : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 200
---- Heat treating : 200
---- Finishing : 200
---- Coating : 200
---- Surface treatment : 200
---- Material testing : 200
---- Working with composites (optional) : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Deburring : 200
---- Fit-up : 200
---- Repair : 200
---- Assembly : 200
---- Fabrication : 200
---- Use of power and hand tools : 200
---- Tool grinding : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Drawing import model(s) : 200
---- G&M code familiarity : 200
---- Post process and validation : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 150
---- Operates CMM : 150
---- Vision precision metrology : 150
---- Instrumentation : 150
---- Writes reports : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 100
---- Operates wire EDM : 100
---- Operates plunge EDM : 100
New Hours 100

Technical Instruction








#13439 Tool and Die Maker



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Layout : 200
---- Tool control : 200
---- Selection : 200
---- Coolant change : 200
---- Application : 200
---- Sketching : 200
---- Safety training : 200
---- Estimating : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 100
---- Material identification : 100
---- In-process inspection : 100
---- GD&T interpretation and application : 100
---- Final inspection : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Preventative maintenance : 100
---- Lubrication : 100
---- Coolant changes : 100
---- Calibration : 100
---- Cleaning of machines : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 200
---- General drilling : 200
---- Tapping : 200
---- Reaming on a CNC or manual machine : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 400
---- Set up and operation : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 100
---- Set up and operation : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 400
---- Set up and operation : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 100
---- Set up and operation : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 300
---- Manual or CNC setup and operation (surface, cylindrical) : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 100
---- Heat treating : 100
---- Finishing : 100
---- Coating : 100
---- Surface treatment : 100
---- Material testing : 100
---- Working with composites (optional) : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 400
---- Deburring : 400
---- Fit-up : 400
---- Repair : 400
---- Assembly : 400
---- Fabrication : 400
---- Use of power and hand tools : 400
---- Tool grinding : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 60
---- Drawing import model(s) : 60
---- G&M code familiarity : 60
---- Post process and validation : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 100
---- Operates CMM : 100
---- Vision precision metrology : 100
---- Instrumentation : 100
---- Writes reports : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Operates wire EDM : 100
---- Operates plunge EDM : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Works in tool room : 100
---- Learns types, proper application and tool life/control : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 200
---- Planning : 200
---- Maintenance : 200
---- Tool : 200
---- Fixture : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 100
---- Precision hole and pattern location on: manual / CNC / grinder : 100
New Hours 100

Technical Instruction








#13436 CNC Machinist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- Layout : 300
---- Tool control : 300
---- Selection : 300
---- Coolant change : 300
---- Application : 300
---- Sketching : 300
---- Safety training : 300
---- Estimating : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 200
---- Material identification : 200
---- In-process inspection : 200
---- Reading work orders : 200
---- Final inspection : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 100
---- Preventative maintenance : 100
---- Lubrication : 100
---- Coolant changes : 100
---- Calibration : 100
---- Cleaning of machines : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 200
---- General drilling : 200
---- Tapping : 200
---- Reaming on a CNC or manual machine : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 100
---- Set up and operation : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 1200
---- Set up and operation : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 100
---- Set up and operation : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 1800
---- Set up and operation : 1800
New Hours 1800
Total Hours 200
---- Manual or CNC setup and operation (surface, cylindrical) : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 50
---- Heat treating : 50
---- Finishing : 50
---- Coating : 50
---- Surface treatment : 50
---- Material testing : 50
---- Working with composites (optional) : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 100
---- Deburring : 100
---- Fit-up : 100
---- Repair : 100
---- Assembly : 100
---- Fabrication : 100
---- Use of power and hand tools : 100
---- Tool grinding : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 400
---- Drawing import model(s) : 400
---- G&M code familiarity : 400
---- Post – process : 400
---- Validation : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction








#13437 Maintenance Machinist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Layout : 200
---- Tool control : 200
---- Selection : 200
---- Coolant change : 200
---- Application : 200
---- Sketching : 200
---- Safety training : 200
---- Estimating : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 300
---- Material identification : 300
---- In-process inspection : 300
---- Reading work orders : 300
---- Final inspection : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- Preventative maintenance : 300
---- Lubrication : 300
---- Coolant changes : 300
---- Calibration : 300
---- Cleaning of machines : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 240
---- General drilling : 240
---- Tapping : 240
---- Reaming on a CNC or manual machine : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 240
---- Set up and operation : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 240
---- Set up and operation : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 240
---- Set up and operation : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 240
---- Set up and operation : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 100
---- Manual or CNC setup and operation (surface, cylindrical) : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 40
---- Heat treating : 40
---- Finishing : 40
---- Coating : 40
---- Surface treatment : 40
---- Material testing : 40
---- Working with composites (optional) : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 500
---- Deburring : 500
---- Fit-up : 500
---- Repair : 500
---- Assembly : 500
---- Fabrication : 500
---- Use of power and hand tools : 500
---- Tool grinding : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 100
---- Drawing : 100
---- CAD Model(s) : 100
---- Reading schematics : 100
---- Prints : 100
---- Bill of materials : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 200
---- Operates CMM : 200
---- Vision precision metrology : 200
---- Instrumentation : 200
---- Writes reports : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 300
---- Material identification : 300
---- In–process inspection : 300
---- GDandT/metrology and application : 300
---- Troubleshooting : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 500
---- Basic operation : 500
---- Installation : 500
---- Tear- down : 500
---- Inspection : 500
---- Repair : 500
---- Maintenance and troubleshooting : 500
---- Rigging and pipe tube fitting : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Basic operation : 500
---- Installation : 500
---- Tear-down : 500
---- Inspection : 500
---- Repair : 500
---- Maintenance and troubleshooting : 500
---- Rigging pipe/tube fitting and vibration analysis : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 200
---- Installation : 200
---- Removal and failure analysis : 200
---- Lubrication and troubleshooting : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 300
---- Inspection : 300
---- Installation : 300
---- Repair/replacement maintenance and troubleshooting : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 200
---- Basic operation : 200
---- Installation : 200
---- Tear-down inspection : 200
---- Repair : 200
---- Maintenance and troubleshooting : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 300
---- Linear or acme drives : 300
---- Belt drives : 300
---- Chains : 300
---- Pulleys : 300
---- Sprockets : 300
---- Basic operation : 300
---- Installation : 300
---- Tear-down inspection : 300
---- Repair : 300
New Hours 300

Technical Instruction








#13433 Circuit Design Engineer



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13434 CNC Machine Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- Layout : 300
---- Tool control : 300
---- Selection : 300
---- Coolant change : 300
---- Application : 300
---- Sketching : 300
---- Safety training : 300
---- Estimating : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 200
---- Material identification : 200
---- In-process inspection : 200
---- Reading work orders : 200
---- Final inspection : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 100
---- Preventative maintenance : 100
---- Lubrication : 100
---- Coolant changes : 100
---- Calibration : 100
---- Cleaning of machines : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Set up and operation : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 800
---- Set up and operation : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 100
---- Set up and operation : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 800
---- Set up and operation : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction








#13431 Software Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13432 Cyber Program Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13429 Material Coordinator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1500
---- Shipping and receiving : 1500
---- Identify quality and quantity of stock : 1500
---- Input data, computerized inventory management system : 1500
---- Rotation of stocked goods : 1500
---- Proper storage of goods : 1500
New Hours 1500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 100
---- Knowledge of raw materials : 100
---- Production processes : 100
---- Quality control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and distribution of goods : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 50
---- Knowledge of business and management principles : 50
---- Strategic planning : 50
---- Resource allocation : 50
---- Human resources modeling : 50
---- Leadership technique : 50
---- Production methods : 50
---- Coordination of people and resources : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 20
---- Knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics, and their applications. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 50
---- Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal services. : 50
---- Customer needs assessment : 50
---- Meeting quality standards for services : 50
---- Evaluation of customer satisfaction : 50
New Hours 50






#13430 Production Technologist



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 315
---- Introduction to DC Electronics : 315
---- Introduction to AC Electronics : 315
---- Semiconductor Devices and Applications : 315
---- Digital Devices and Circuitry : 315
---- Industrial/Solid State Controls and Systems : 315
---- Microprocessors : 315
---- Wireless Communications : 315
New Hours 315
Total Hours 90
---- Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing : 90
---- Introduction to Mechanical Systems : 90
New Hours 90
Total Hours 90
---- Introduction to Surface Mount Technology : 90
---- Surface Mount Technology 2 : 90
New Hours 90






#13428 Maintenance Mechanic



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- Plant rules, regulations, safety policy : 400
---- Plant layout, such as first aid facilities, locker rooms, cafeteria, offices, etc. : 400
---- Familiarization with location, purpose and nomenclature of production equipment and machines : 400
---- Use of hand tools such as drills, taps, files etc. : 400
---- Good housekeeping, storing of tools and equipment, stock and spare parts : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 500
---- Construction and operation of machine : 500
---- Methods of job setup : 500
---- Drilling, reaming, boring, spot facing : 500
---- Counter boring, countersinking : 500
---- Use of templates, jigs and fixtures : 500
---- Drill grinding : 500
---- Care and maintenance of machine : 500
---- Safety instructions : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Construction and operation of machine : 500
---- Methods of job setup : 500
---- Simple shaper vise work : 500
---- Shaper table work : 500
---- Cutting keyways, tongue and groove : 500
---- Grinding tool bits : 500
---- Care and maintenance of machine : 500
---- Safety instructions : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 600
---- Construction and operation of machine : 600
---- Setting up for chuck work : 600
---- Drilling, reaming, boring, turning, cutoff : 600
---- Turning on centers : 600
---- Face plate work : 600
---- Thread turning and chasing : 600
---- Taper work : 600
---- Use of all attachments and tools : 600
---- Care and maintenance of machine : 600
---- Safety instructions : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 1000
---- Construction and operation of machine : 1000
---- Methods of job set-up : 1000
---- Proper selection and mounting of cutter : 1000
---- Plain milling : 1000
---- Angle and vertical milling rotary table and dividing head work : 1000
---- Cutting keyways : 1000
---- Milling angles and radii with angular and form cutters : 1000
---- Gang and end milling : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 600
---- Construction and operation of machine : 600
---- Proper selection and mounting of wheels : 600
---- Wheel dressing : 600
---- Methods of job set-up : 600
---- Grinding parallel, square, contour and angular surfaces : 600
---- Care and maintenance of machine : 600
---- Safety instructions : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 1500
---- Safe practices and safety precautions : 1500
---- Erection of scaffolding : 1500
---- Use of slings, hitches, pulleys and block and chain hoists : 1500
---- Miscellaneous equipment : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1000
---- Preventative maintenance and repair to plant heating and cooling system : 1000
---- Maintenance of ventilating equipment : 1000
---- Minor electrical trouble shooting, lamp and fuse replacement, rewiring, installing fixtures. : 1000
---- Maintenance and repair to plant air compressors, dust collectors, air and water lines and related appurtenances : 1000
---- Rough carpentry work in connection with building maintenance : 1000
---- Safety instructions : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Inspection and adjustments to all machine tools : 1000
---- Dismantling and replacement of broken or worn parts of all plant machine tools : 1000
---- Maintenance and repair of all pneumatic tooling and hydraulically operated machines : 1000
---- Miscellaneous assignments in line with preventative maintenance schedule : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 60
---- Basic blueprint reading, sketching, and drawing : 60
---- Reading, interpreting, and writing technical documentation : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 60
---- Fundamental math for mechanics : 60
---- Formula solutions for problems in the mechanical trades : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 80
---- Basic physics and mechanics : 80
---- Basic metallurgy : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 326
---- Basic hand tool operations : 326
---- Precision measurement : 326
---- Basic machine operations : 326
---- Turning, milling, and grinding : 326
---- Disassembly and inspection techniques : 326
---- Assembly, adjustment, and set-up techniques : 326
---- Basic welding and heat treatment : 326
New Hours 326
Total Hours 30
---- Basic industrial safety and OSHA : 30
---- First aid and machine trade safety : 30
New Hours 30






#13426 Assembly Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 800
---- : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction








#13427 Laboratory Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Sampling bulk liquid shipments : 500
---- Sampling bulk solid shipments : 500
---- Sampling packaged liquid materials : 500
---- Sampling packaged solid materials : 500
---- Sampling packaging materials : 500
---- Sampling in-process products : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Determine total solids content of confectionery materials : 500
---- Determine densities of in-process materials : 500
---- Determine weights of in-process materials and finished products : 500
---- Determine percentages of product components : 500
---- Inspect finished products for visual product and packaging defects : 500
---- Inspect production areas to insure compliance with good manufacturing practices : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 500
---- Moisture content procedures : 500
---- Fat content procedures : 500
---- Viscosity determinations : 500
---- Particle size determinations : 500
---- Product Standardization : 500
---- Titration : 500
---- Instrumental procedures : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction








#13425 CNC Operator and Programmer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 30
---- Demonstrate the ability to adhere to personal grooming and personal protective equipment requirements in the facility. : 30
---- Demonstrate the safe use of hand and power tools. : 30
---- Demonstrate the correct way to clean machines and floor area. : 30
---- Demonstrate the proper use of cleaning materials and fluids. : 30
---- Demonstrate OSHA lifting techniques. : 30
---- Identify all pinch points on primary and supportive machine tools and the proper placements of guards. : 30
---- Demonstrate both emergency and standard shut down of all required equipment. : 30
---- Demonstrate the proper use of a fire extinguisher. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 15
---- Demonstrate adherence to performing lock-out/tag-out procedures and energy isolation for assigned machinery in accordance with facility regulations. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Demonstrate the ability to handle and store hazardous materials as assigned, while adhering to safe practices in accordance with OSHA and EPA requirements and guidelines, including completing the required documentation. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 30
---- Demonstrate the ability to know the jobs assigned to you. : 30
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of the company policy manual. : 30
---- Demonstrate a dedication to the trade and to the quality and professional standards set forth by the company. : 30
---- Demonstrate an ability to show up on time every day with a desire to work hard and add value to the company. : 30
---- Demonstrate the ability to follow instructions laid out by your supervisor. : 30
---- Demonstrate the ability to maintain safe work habits in the exhibition of both one's personal responsibility for safety practices and displaying a continuous consideration of safety practices in the protection of one's fellow worker. : 30
---- Demonstrate the ability to maintain a clean orderly and safe work area. : 30
---- Identify the steps involved in 5S. : 30
---- Demonstrate how to perform a preventive maintenance procedure for a given machine to extend machine life and minimize downtime in accordance with company-approved maintenance specifications and overall program goals. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 75
---- Demonstrate how to convert fractions to decimals form. : 75
---- Demonstrate how to convert dimensions to metric equivalent. : 75
---- Demonstrate how to calculate a missing angle from a triangle. : 75
---- Demonstrate how to solve missing measurements in right angles. : 75
---- Demonstrate how to calculate the area of a circle. : 75
---- Demonstrate how to solve for the unknown hypotenuse of a right triangle using the Pythagorean Theorem. : 75
New Hours 75
Total Hours 75
---- Demonstrate the ability to identify symbols, notations, and lines to industry standards. : 75
---- Demonstrate the ability to determine dimensions, critical features and tolerances on machine drawing. : 75
---- Demonstrate the ability to interpret pictorial drawings to industry standards. : 75
---- Demonstrate the ability to interpret multi-view drawings to industry standard. : 75
New Hours 75
Total Hours 75
---- Demonstrate the ability to interpret part drawing specifications through working with blueprints (dimensions, layout, material, surface finish, countersinks, tolerances, threading, etc.). : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of measurement tools to inspect whole characteristics. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of measurement tools to inspect thread characteristics. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of measurement tools to inspect surface texture characteristics. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of measurement tools to inspect hardness. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a steel rule. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of inside (ID) and outside (OD) micrometers. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a height gauge. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a vernier/dial caliper. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a pitch gage (thread gage). : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a depth gage. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a Bore gage. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a Ring gage. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a Snap gage. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a Go/No-Go gage. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of Jo Blocks. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a Pin gage. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a telescoping gage. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a Measuring scale. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a Radius gage. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a Tape measure. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a Taper gage. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of a Ball gage. : 75
New Hours 75
Total Hours 75
---- Demonstrate the ability to record points on a control chart. : 75
---- Demonstrate the ability to identify a process that is in or out of control. : 75
---- Demonstrate the ability to identify a production problem, propose a remedy, having been given the authorization to implement the process improvement and carry it out. : 75
New Hours 75
Total Hours 225
---- Demonstrate the tracing of defects to the originating section of their root cause. : 225
---- Demonstrate the use of cause mapping when performing Root Cause Analysis. : 225
---- Demonstrate the ability to perform daily, weekly and monthly Preventative Maintenance responsibilities. : 225
---- Demonstrate the ability to conduct a triage level of troubleshooting and communicate findings to maintenance technician. : 225
New Hours 225
Total Hours 600
---- Demonstrate how adjusting cuttings can effect chip creation and cut conditions. : 600
---- Demonstrate the proper selection and installation of cutting tools to OD and ID tool holders. : 600
---- Demonstrate the proper work holding identification and set up for chucks, collets and vises. : 600
---- Demonstrate the correct selection and safe use of cutting fluids during the metal removal process. : 600
---- Demonstrate how the properly set tool angles to meet part specifications for metal removal operations. : 600
---- Demonstrate how to calculate speeds and feeds for cutting tools. : 600
---- Demonstrate how to calculate tap drill size. : 600
---- Demonstrate how to identify wear on an insert. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a bench vise. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a ball-peened hammer. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a soft faced hammer. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a standard screw driver. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a phillips screw driver. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of an offset screw driver. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a hand hacksaw. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a machinist's file. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of precision files. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of rotary and blur files. : 600
---- Demonstrate how to safely hand tap through tapering, plugging or bottoming. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a T-handle wrench. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a double-ended tap wrench. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a tap extractor. : 600
---- Demonstrate how to thread dies. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a solid hand reamer. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of an expansion hand reamer. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of an adjustable hand reamer. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a roughing taper reamer. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a finish taper reamer. : 600
---- Demonstrate how to prepare the layout table surface for metalwork. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a pocket or double ended scribe. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a combination square set. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a surface gauge. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a vernier height gauge. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of angular layout tools (bevel protractor head, rule, and universal bevel protractor). : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of circular layout tools (dividers, trammels, center head and rule). : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of permanent layout tools (pocket scribe, rule or straight edge, prick punch, automatic center punch). : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of an angle plate. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a toolmaker's clamp. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a parallels. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of V-blocks. : 600
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of key seat rules. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 225
---- Demonstrate knowledge of grinding machine safety procedures, and the identification of grinding machine parts and their function. : 225
---- Demonstrate the proper wheel selection to perform all grinding tasks from information obtained from the part print, and process plan. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to perform ring testing, to determine the wheel’s soundness prior to mounting. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to perform the proper procedure used for balancing, mounting, and dressing the grinding wheel on the surface grinder to perform required grinding operations. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to grind a concave radius to specification. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to grind a convex radius to specification. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to sharpen a center punch. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to sharpen a chisel. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to grind and sharpen tools. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to set-up a cylindrical grinder for routine OD grinding of a cylindrical part held on both ends. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to set-up a centerless grinder for routine OD grinding of a cylindrical part. : 225
New Hours 225
Total Hours 225
---- Demonstrate knowledge of drilling machine safety procedures, and the identification of drilling machine parts and their function. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to inspect and clean a drill press. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to drill and ream holes to specification. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to bore holes to specification. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to counter bore holes to specification. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to countersink holes to specification. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to spot face holes to specification. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to tap holes by industry standard. : 225
New Hours 225
Total Hours 225
---- Demonstrate knowledge of sawing machine safety procedures, and the identification of sawing machine parts and their function. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to inspect and clean a metal cutting band saw. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to install a band saw blade, cut and weld. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to saw angles to specifications. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to saw contours to specifications. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to saw to scribed line within tolerance. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to saw straight cuts to specifications. : 225
New Hours 225
Total Hours 750
---- Demonstrate knowledge of turning machine safety procedures, and the identification of turning machine parts and their function. : 750
---- Demonstrate how to perform proper cutting tool selection necessary to perform all required turning operations within the specified tolerances on a part print. : 750
---- Demonstrate the proper insert and tool holder selection, necessary to perform all required turning, and boring operations within the specified tolerances on a part print. : 750
---- Demonstrate how to set-up and carry out cutting internal and external tapers within the tolerances specified on a part print and taper calculations. : 750
---- Demonstrate how to calculate cutting speeds and feeds and apply these calculations while performing required, various turning operations on the lathe. : 750
---- Demonstrate how to select, mount, set-up, hold, and align work using work holding devices on the lathe to perform the required turning operations. : 750
---- Demonstrate how to perform turning, facing, necking, boring and grooving operations within the specified tolerances on the part print. : 750
---- Demonstrate how to perform square, angular, and filleted shouldering operations within the tolerances specified on a part print. : 750
---- Demonstrate how to cut an external and internal U.N. thread within the tolerances specified on the part print. : 750
---- Demonstrate how to cut an external and internal and taper on the engine lathe using the tailstock set-over method, compound rest, and a taper attachment to within the tolerances specified on a part print. : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 750
---- Demonstrate knowledge of milling machine safety procedures, and the identification of milling machine parts and their function. : 750
---- Demonstrate how to perform proper cutting tool selection necessary to perform all required milling operations within the specified tolerances on a part print. : 750
---- Demonstrate how to properly select and insert the tool holder, necessary to perform all required milling operations within the specified tolerances on a blueprint. : 750
---- Demonstrate how to select, mount, set-up, hold, and align work using work holding devices on the milling machine to perform the required milling and squaring operations. : 750
---- Demonstrate how to calculate cutting speeds and feeds and apply these calculations while performing required milling, drilling, and boring operations on the milling machine. : 750
---- Demonstrate how to produce a part matching the milling process plan and the part print specifications. : 750
New Hours 750
Total Hours 375
---- Explain how common grades of metals impact machining processes and apply the theory to the selection of tooling during machine set-up. : 375
New Hours 375
Total Hours 225
---- Demonstrate knowledge of Electrical Discharging Machining (EDM) machine safety procedures, and the identification of EDM machine parts and their function. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to perform proper wire electrode selection necessary to perform all required EDM operations within the specified tolerances on a part print. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to properly make clamp selection, necessary to perform all required EDM operations within the specified tolerances on a blueprint. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to produce a part matching the EDM process plan and the part print and current specifications. : 225
New Hours 225
Total Hours 225
---- Demonstrate knowledge of Electrical Chemical Machining (ECM) machine safety procedures, and the identification of ECM machine parts and their function. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to perform proper tooling selection necessary to perform all required ECM operations within the specified tolerances on a part print. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to properly make clamp selection, necessary to perform all required ECM operations within the specified tolerances on a blueprint. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to produce a part matching the ECM process plan and the part print and current specifications. : 225
New Hours 225
Total Hours 225
---- Demonstrate knowledge of Electrolytic Grinding machine safety procedures, and the identification of Electrolytic Grinding machine parts and their function. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to perform proper electrode grinding wheel selection and truing necessary to perform all required Electrolytic Grinding operations within the specified tolerances on a part print. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to properly make work-holding selection, necessary to perform all required Electrolytic Grinding operations within the specified tolerances on a blueprint. : 225
---- Demonstrate how to produce a part matching the Electrolytic Grinding process plan and the part print and current specifications. : 225
New Hours 225
Total Hours 915
---- Explain the Cartesian coordinate system and polar coordinates for a milling process. : 915
---- Explain the Cartesian coordinate system and polar coordinates for a turning process. : 915
---- Describe the functions and use of basic G and M codes. : 915
---- Demonstrate how to write a G code program in order to machine a basic cylindrical part on the CNC lathe. : 915
---- From a print of a basic cylindrical part, calculate the tooling, coordinates and toolpaths necessary to machine the part on a CNC lathe. : 915
---- Identify the canned cycles available on commonly used lathes in the work environment. : 915
---- Demonstrate how to write a G code program in order to machine a basic rectangular part on the CNC mill. : 915
---- From a print of a basic rectangular part with a pocket and threaded holes, calculate the tooling coordinates and toolpaths necessary to machine the part on a CNC mill. : 915
---- Identify the canned cycles available on commonly used mills in the work environment. : 915
---- Demonstrate how to make offsets to an existing CNC program, as required to meet part specifications. : 915
---- Demonstrate how to convert between different units of speed and feed variables required for the lathe. : 915
---- Demonstrate how to convert between different units of speed and feed variables required for the mill. : 915
---- Identify Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GDandT) feature control frames. : 915
---- Identify standard GDandT dimensional tolerance. : 915
---- Identify GDandT tolerances for form orientation, location. : 915
New Hours 915

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 34
---- OSHA and proper safety practices : 34
---- Machine guarding : 34
---- Blood borne pathogen exposure : 34
---- Confined spaces : 34
---- Fire safety and prevention measures : 34
---- Hazard communication : 34
---- Heat stress : 34
---- Industrial ergonomics : 34
---- Pedestrian safety : 34
---- Fall protection : 34
---- Walking and working surfaces : 34
---- Power hand tools : 34
---- Hearing conservation : 34
---- Respiratory protection : 34
---- Ammonia awareness : 34
---- Food safety : 34
---- Foodborne pathogens : 34
---- Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) : 34
---- Sanitation : 34
New Hours 34
Total Hours 8
---- LOTO : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 16
---- Hazardous materials handling and storage : 16
---- Metalworking fluid safety : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 32
---- Apprenticeship expectations : 32
---- Housekeeping : 32
---- 5S : 32
---- Manufacturing costs : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 40
---- Basic arithmetic operations : 40
---- Fractions, decimals and percentages : 40
---- Basic algebra : 40
---- Geometry : 40
---- Trigonometry : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 32
---- Blueprint fundamentals : 32
---- Interpreting blueprints : 32
---- Part tolerancing : 32
---- GD&T : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 24
---- Units of measurement : 24
---- Basic measurement : 24
---- Applied Inspection : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 40
---- Quality programs : 40
---- Continuous process improvement : 40
---- Lean manufacturing : 40
---- Statistics : 40
---- Statistical Process Control (SPC) : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 24
---- Total Production Maintenance (TPM) program : 24
---- Root Cause Analysis : 24
---- Troubleshooting : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 8
---- Optional Customization : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 10
---- Metal removal theory : 10
---- Metal removal operations : 10
---- Workholding : 10
---- Cutting tools : 10
---- Speeds and Feeds : 10
---- Cutting Geometry : 10
---- Cutting Fluids : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Benchwork : 10
---- Layout : 10
---- Hand Tools : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Drilling machines : 10
---- Lathes : 10
---- Metal saws : 10
---- Milling machine : 10
---- Grinding machines : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Physical properties of metal : 10
---- Ferrous metal : 10
---- Heat treatment : 10
---- Testing of metals : 10
---- Non Ferrous metals and alloys : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) : 10
---- Electrical Chemical Machining (ECM) : 10
---- Electrolytic Grinding : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Theory : 10
---- Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Operations : 10
---- Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Programming : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Fluid power system safety : 10
---- Fluid power system schematics : 10
---- Hydraulic pump operations : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 12
---- Making a great first impression : 12
---- Building good work relationships : 12
---- Being tactful : 12
---- Verbal and non-verbal communication : 12
---- Active listening : 12
---- Resolving conflict in the workplace : 12
---- Writing effective emails : 12
---- Getting your message across to audiences : 12
---- Giving and receiving feedback : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 8
---- Conflict resolution : 8
---- Team building : 8
---- Working in a diverse workplace : 8
---- Leading a diverse workplace : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Adult learning theory : 8
---- Delivery of OJL : 8
---- Performance Management : 8
---- Mentoring : 8
New Hours 8






#13423 Electrician, Maintenance



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 300
---- : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 1500
---- : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 1200
---- D.C. motors and generators : 1200
---- A.C. motors : 1200
---- Generators and rectifiers : 1200
---- Solenoids : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1200
---- : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 1000
---- Substations (Secondary circuits) : 1000
---- Light and power circuits : 1000
---- Elevators, cranes, hoists, etc. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1200
---- Control systems : 1200
---- Venting : 1200
---- Induction heating : 1200
---- Machine tools, : 1200
---- Welding equipment : 1200
---- Electrical equipment : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 800
---- Construction and installation : 800
---- Troubleshooting and repair : 800
New Hours 800

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 150
---- Safety Instruction : 150
---- History : 150
---- Present and Future of Trade : 150
---- Trade Jargon : 150
---- Tools and Equipment : 150
---- Mathematics : 150
---- Applied Science : 150
---- Introduction to Electricity and Electronics : 150
---- Blueprint Reading and Specifications : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 150
---- Mathematics for Electricians : 150
---- Electrical Wiring Residential : 150
---- Residential Blueprint : 150
---- Reading : 150
---- D.C. Fundamentals and Circuits : 150
---- Technical Communications : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 150
---- Geometry and Trigonometry : 150
---- Applied Physics : 150
---- Mathematics for Electricians II : 150
---- Meters and Generators : 150
---- Commercial and Industrial Blueprint Reading : 150
---- Electrical Wiring - Commercial : 150
New Hours 150






#13421 Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 160
---- Duties associated with taking over and accepting a watch. : 160
---- Routine duties undertaken during a watch. : 160
---- Maintenance of the machinery space logs and the significance of the readings taken. : 160
---- Duties associated with handing over a watch. : 160
---- Safety and emergency procedures; change-over of remote/automatic to local control of all systems. : 160
---- Safety precautions to be observed during a watch and immediate actions to be taken in the event of fire or accident, with particular reference to oil systems. : 160
---- Engine Resource Management: Knowledge of engine-room resource management principles, including: : 160
---- Allocation, assignment, and prioritization of resources. : 160
---- Effective communication. : 160
---- Assertiveness and leadership. : 160
---- Obtaining and maintaining situational awareness. : 160
---- Consideration of team experience. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Adequate knowledge of the English language to enable the officer to use engineering publications and to perform engineering duties. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Operation of all internal communication systems on board. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 320
---- Marine Diesel Engine. : 320
---- Marine Gas Turbine. : 320
---- Marine Boiler. : 320
---- Shafting installations, including propeller. : 320
---- Other auxiliaries, including various pumps, air compressor, purifier, fresh water generator, heat exchanger, refrigeration, air-conditioning and ventilation systems. : 320
---- Steering Gear. : 320
---- Automatic Control Systems. : 320
---- Fluid flow and characteristics of lubricating oil, fuel oil and cooling systems. : 320
---- Deck Machinery. : 320
---- Safety and emergency procedures for operation of propulsion plant machinery, including control systems. : 320
---- Preparation, operation, fault detection and necessary measures to prevent damage for the following machinery items and control systems. : 320
---- Main engine and associated auxiliaries. : 320
---- Steam boiler and associated auxiliaries and steam systems. : 320
---- Auxiliary prime movers and associated systems. : 320
---- Other auxiliaries, including refrigeration, air- conditioning and ventilation systems. : 320
New Hours 320
Total Hours 320
---- Operation of pumping systems. : 320
---- Routine pumping operations. : 320
---- Operation of bilge, ballast and cargo pumping systems. : 320
---- Oily-water separators (or similar equipment) requirements and operation. : 320
New Hours 320
Total Hours 320
---- Electrical equipment: A) generator and distribution systems, B) preparing, starting, paralleling and changing over generators, C) electrical motors including starting methodologies, D) high-voltage installations, E) sequential control circuits and associated system devices. : 320
---- Electronic equipment: A) characteristics of basic electronic circuit elements, B) flowchart for automatic and control systems, C) functions, characteristics and features of control systems for machinery items, including main propulsion plant operation control and steam boiler automatic controls. : 320
---- Control systems: A) various automatic control methodologies and characteristics, B) Proportional–Integral– Derivative (PID) control characteristics and associated system devices for process control. : 320
New Hours 320
Total Hours 320
---- Safety requirements for working on shipboard electrical systems, including the safe isolation of electrical equipment required before personnel are permitted to work on such equipment. : 320
---- Maintenance and repair of electrical system equipment, switchboards, electric motors, generator and DC electrical systems and equipment. : 320
---- Maintenance and repair of electrical system equipment, switchboards, electric motors, generator and DC electrical systems and equipment. : 320
---- Construction and operation of electrical testing and measuring equipment. : 320
---- Function and performance tests of the following equipment and their configuration: Monitoring Systems / Automatic control devices / Protective Devices. : 320
---- The interpretation of electrical and simple electronic diagrams. : 320
New Hours 320
Total Hours 160
---- Characteristics and limitations of materials used in construction and repair of ships and equipment. : 160
---- Characteristics and limitations of materials used in construction and repair of ships and equipment. : 160
---- Properties and parameters considered in the fabrication and repair of systems and components. : 160
---- Methods for carrying out safe emergency/temporary repairs. : 160
---- Safety measures to be taken to ensure a safe working environment and for using hand tools, machine tools and measuring instruments. : 160
---- Use of hand tools, machine tools and measuring instruments. : 160
---- Use of various types of sealants and packing’s. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 640
---- Safety measures to be taken for repair and maintenance, including the safe isolation of shipboard machinery and equipment required before personnel are permitted to work on such machinery or equipment. : 640
---- Appropriate basic mechanical knowledge and skills. : 640
---- Maintenance and repair, such as dismantling, adjustment and reassembling of machinery and equipment. : 640
---- The use of appropriate specialized tools and measuring instruments. : 640
---- Design characteristics and selection of materials in construction of equipment. : 640
---- Interpretation of machinery drawings and handbooks. : 640
---- The interpretation of piping, hydraulic and pneumatic diagrams. : 640
New Hours 640
Total Hours 160
---- Knowledge of the precautions to be taken to prevent pollution of the marine environment. : 160
---- Anti-pollution procedures and all associated equipment. : 160
---- Importance of proactive measures to protect the marine environment. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 240
---- Working knowledge and application of stability trim and stress tables, diagrams and stress-calculating equipment. : 240
---- Understanding of the fundamentals of watertight integrity. : 240
---- Understanding of fundamental actions to be taken in the event of partial loss of intact buoyancy. : 240
---- General knowledge of the principal structural members of a ship and the proper names for the various parts. : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 160
---- Knowledge of classes and chemistry of fire. : 160
---- Knowledge of fire-fighting systems. : 160
---- Action to be taken in the event of fire, including fires involving oil systems. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Ability to organize abandon ship drills and knowledge of the operation of survival craft and rescue boats, their launching appliances and arrangements, and their equipment, including radio life-saving appliances, satellite EPIRBs, SARTs, immersion suits and thermal protective aids. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 160
---- Practical application of medical guides and advice by radio, including the ability to take effective action based on such knowledge in the case of accidents or illnesses that are likely to occur on board ship. : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 240
---- Basic working knowledge of the relevant IMO conventions concerning safety of life at sea, security and protection of the marine environment. : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 240
---- Working knowledge of shipboard personnel management and training. : 240
---- Knowledge of related international maritime conventions and recommendations, and national legislation. : 240
---- Ability to apply task and workload management, including: Planning and co- ordination / Personnel Assignment / Time and resource constraints / Prioritization. : 240
---- Knowledge and ability to apply effective resource management: Allocation, assignment, and prioritization of resources / Effective communication on board and ashore / Decisions reflect consideration of team experiences /Assertiveness and leadership, including motivation / Obtaining and maintaining situational awareness. : 240
---- Knowledge and ability to apply decision-making techniques: Situation and risk assessment / Identify and consider generated options / Selecting course of action / Evaluation of outcome effectiveness. : 240
New Hours 240

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 35
---- Identify academic surroundings; follow safety procedures; familiarize with Instructors and fellow participants; describe the course requirements and discuss individual expectations. : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 35
---- This course will provide the understanding and knowledge in the use of firefighting equipment, SCBA, survival craft and other equipment normally carried aboard U.S. commercial vessels. Apprentices will also know how to react properly during maritime emergency situations and take appropriate measures to enhance his/her own survival, that of shipmates, and their vessel. : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 35
---- This course will focus on the importance of proper engine room rounds and what to look at while making a round, the role of communication and forms of communication onboard the vessel, including handovers, the engine room log, radios, and sound-powered telephone.  Apprentices will also learn common tasks that are routine to engine room operation. : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 35
---- Provides the operational knowledge and understanding and provide the mariner with practical applications and exercises to apply understanding of system components while demonstrating watch-standing skills. : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 35
---- This course aims to build on the component-focused Auxiliary Systems 101 and provide over-arching knowledge and understanding of individual auxiliary systems, while providing the apprentice with practical applications/exercises in lab, simulator, and on school training vessel to apply understanding of system operation and demonstrate interpretive reasoning skills. : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 35
---- This course aims to provide/refresh knowledge and understanding of diesel engine principles and component systems, while providing the apprentice with practical applications/exercises in a laboratory setting to apply understanding of monitoring and demonstrate engine maintenance skills. : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 35
---- Designed to exceed the requirements for knowledge, understanding, and proficiency in the use of hand and basic machine tools commonly used in an engine room. It focuses on the importance of proper tool selection, tool use, and maintenance as well as personal safety and associated basic shop skills. : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 24
---- This course aims to provide/refresh foundational knowledge and understanding of shipboard main and auxiliary steam systems, while providing the apprentice with practical applications/exercises to apply understanding of and demonstrate basic troubleshooting skills. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 35
---- This course aims to provide/refresh foundational knowledge and understanding of electricity and shipboard electrical systems, while providing the apprentice with practical applications/exercises to apply understanding of and demonstrate measuring and basic troubleshooting skills. : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 140
---- Advanced look at the construction and operation of large, medium, small diesel engines, their auxiliary systems, and malfunctions. : 140
New Hours 140
Total Hours 105
---- An advanced overall understanding of individual Auxiliary Engine systems. : 105
New Hours 105
Total Hours 24
---- Plan, prevent, control, and fight fires onboard. Understand storage and handling of dangerous goods. Understand Investigation and fire reporting techniques. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 7
---- Understanding and controlling security threats while at sea and on ships. : 7
New Hours 7
Total Hours 140
---- Effectively monitor, stand watch, troubleshoot, maintain and repair main, auxiliary steam systems, and propulsion gas turbines. : 140
New Hours 140
Total Hours 105
---- Understand the function/operation of electrical components, motors, generators, and distribution systems on ships. Advanced look at troubleshooting and interpreting electrical diagrams. : 105
New Hours 105
Total Hours 24
---- Carry out the ability to effectively launch and take charge of a survival craft or rescue boat. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 105
---- Understand, Identify, use of proper tools, and understand safe shop practices. : 105
New Hours 105
Total Hours 35
---- Understand and be proficient in following safe engine room practices. : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 70
---- Advanced knowledge of the types of fuel and fuel processing for ships. Understand fuel testing and the combustion of fuels. : 70
New Hours 70
Total Hours 35
---- To obtain an EPA 608 certification, to work on refrigeration units on board a ship. Apprentices learn how to detect and repair leaks in refrigeration systems. Understand what the main components in a refrigeration system are, what they do and how they work. How to recover and recycle refrigerant from various system types and the different techniques involved. : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 35
---- Advanced work in understanding engine room machinery, processes, and procedures to promote safety and efficiency. : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 70
---- Advanced work, learning and understanding of electricity, electrical components, and shipboard electrical systems. : 70
New Hours 70
Total Hours 35
---- Advanced knowledge of the safe operation and movement of dangerous liquids in a self or non-self-propelled vessel. : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 35
---- To provide immediate first-aid and to assist in providing medical care to ships personnel. : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 35
---- Knowledge of basic stability and ship construction and trim theory. : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 35
---- Advanced Leadership and Management skills of ship personnel. : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 70
---- Advanced knowledge of safe working practices and critical thinking skills. : 70
New Hours 70
Total Hours 70
---- Advanced knowledge of electronic control systems and how to safely work on electronic control systems. : 70
New Hours 70






#13419 Composite Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 20
---- Demonstrate the ability to adhere to personal grooming and personal protective equipment requirements in the facility. : 20
---- Demonstrate the safe use of hand and power tools. : 20
---- Demonstrate the correct way to clean machines and floor area. : 20
---- Demonstrate the proper use of cleaning materials and fluids. : 20
---- Demonstrate OSHA lifting techniques. : 20
---- Identify all pinch points on primary and supportive machine tools and the proper placements of guards. : 20
---- Demonstrate both emergency and standard shut down of all required equipment. : 20
---- Demonstrate the proper use of a fire extinguisher. : 20
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of the hazards associated with handling and machining of advanced composite materials, as well as the hazards associated with the exposure and storage of the materials. : 20
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of lightning strike protection. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrate the ability to mix resins, adhesives and potting compounds. : 100
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of best practices for reinforcement of weave patterns. : 100
---- Demonstrate the ability to select necessary reinforcements and fabric weaves. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 8
---- Demonstrate the ability to handle and store hazardous materials as assigned, while adhering to safe practices in accordance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requirements and guidelines, including completing the required documentation. : 8
---- Demonstrate how to identify and recognize hazardous situations and apply proper procedures (includes following guidelines to prevent spread of blood borne pathogens and spill control). : 8
---- Demonstrate how to locate a material Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and describe how you interpret the information. : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of sandwich fabrication. : 100
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of vacuum bagging techniques. : 100
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of co-cure and co-bonding of skins on core materials (honeycomb, polymeric etc.). : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 200
---- Demonstrate the ability to cut prepreg material. : 200
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of the fundamentals of vacuum bag debulks. : 200
---- Demonstrate the ability to check for vacuum leaks to control quality. : 200
---- Demonstrate the ability to calculate out time, working life and shelf life best practices. : 200
---- Demonstrate the ability to use scale and taring. : 200
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of resin mix ratios and best practices for mixing resins. : 200
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of pot life and storage life. : 200
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of best practices for fiber wet-out. : 200
---- Demonstrate the ability to compare fabric types. : 200
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of ovens, vacuum bagging and autoclaves. : 200
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of potting compounds and their uses. : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 20
---- Demonstrate the ability to know the jobs assigned to you. : 20
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of the company policy manual. : 20
---- Demonstrate a dedication to the trade and to the quality and professional standards set forth by the company. : 20
---- Demonstrate an ability to show up on time every day with a desire to work hard and add value to the company. : 20
---- Demonstrate the ability to follow instructions laid out by your supervisor. : 20
---- Demonstrate the ability to maintain safe work habits in the exhibition of both one's personal responsibility for safety practices and displaying a continuous consideration of safety practices in the protection of one's fellow worker. : 20
---- Demonstrate the ability to maintain a clean orderly and safe work area. : 20
---- Identify the steps involved in 5S. : 20
---- Demonstrate how to perform a preventive maintenance procedure for a given machine to extend machine life and minimize downtime in accordance with company-approved maintenance specifications and overall program goals. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 40
---- Demonstrate how to convert fractions to decimals form. : 40
---- Demonstrate how to convert dimensions to metric equivalent. : 40
---- Demonstrate how to calculate a missing angle from a triangle. : 40
---- Demonstrate how to solve missing measurements in right angles. : 40
---- Demonstrate how to calculate the area of a circle. : 40
---- Demonstrate how to solve for the unknown hypotenuse of a right triangle using the Pythagorean Theorem. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 50
---- Demonstrate the ability to identify symbols, notations, and lines to industry standards. : 50
---- Demonstrate the ability to determine dimensions, critical features and tolerances on machine drawing. : 50
---- Demonstrate the ability to interpret pictorial drawings to industry standards. : 50
---- Demonstrate the ability to interpret multi-view drawings to industry standard. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrate the ability to use process modeling, design software and specification tools. : 100
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of hand lay-up best practices. : 100
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of balanced laminate. : 100
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of residual stress. : 100
---- Demonstrate the knowledge of composite industry history and the development of advanced composites. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 150
---- Demonstrate the ability to interpret part drawing specifications through working with blueprints (dimensions, layout, material, surface finish, countersinks, tolerances, threading, etc.). : 150
---- Demonstrate the use of a steel rule. : 150
---- Demonstrate the use of ID and OD micrometers. : 150
---- Demonstrate the use of a height gauge. : 150
---- Demonstrate the use of a vernier/dial caliper. : 150
---- Demonstrate the use of a measuring scale. : 150
---- Demonstrate the use of a radius gage. : 150
---- Demonstrate the use of a tape measure. : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 50
---- Demonstrate the ability to detect and rate damaged and defective parts : 50
---- Demonstrate the ability to complete and record non-destructive inspection (NDI) : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 25
---- Demonstrate the ability to identify a production problem, propose a remedy, having been given the authorization to implement the process improvement and carry it out. : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 75
---- Demonstrate the tracing of defects to the originating section of their root cause. : 75
---- Demonstrate the use of cause mapping when performing Root Cause Analysis. : 75
---- Demonstrate the ability to perform daily, weekly and monthly preventive maintenance responsibilities. : 75
---- Demonstrate the ability to conduct a triage level of troubleshooting and communicate findings to maintenance technician. : 75
New Hours 75
Total Hours 80
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a bench vise. : 80
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a ball-peened hammer. : 80
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a soft-faced hammer. : 80
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a standard screwdriver. : 80
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a phillips screwdriver. : 80
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of an offset screwdriver. : 80
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a hand hacksaw. : 80
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a machinist's file. : 80
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of precision files. : 80
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a combination square set. : 80
---- Demonstrate the safe and proper use of a vernier height gauge. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 972
---- Demonstrate how to locate the SDS for all composite chemicals and review their potential hazards. : 972
---- Demonstrate consistent adherence to all personal protective equipment (PPE) practices relevant for a composite repair technician while working in the field. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to identify and select the proper materials for processing. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to properly store material, determine its shelf life and properly dispose of outdated material. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to design and prepare mold tools. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to mix wet resins at the proper mix ratios. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to prepare surfaces for co-bonding and join the surfaces following correct procedures. : 972
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of composite-composite and composite-metallic adhesive bonding and mechanical fastening : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to verify that the surfaces have cured and are properly joined. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to gather all relevant equipment and materials for hot bonding. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to operate the equipment to bond surfaces together. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to follow a job sheet for a particular composite part and gather all relevant tooling. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to operate drilling equipment to process composites. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to identify and perform the installation of the core. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to perform bagging and debagging of assemblies. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to perform material cutting and apply fabrics and adhesives. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to perform lateral and bi-lateral lay-up techniques. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to perform the cure of composites (oven, autoclave, etc.). : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to select equipment and materials best suited for the particular repair and work environment. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to scarf out the damaged section of a component that has been identified as requiring repair and prepare the surface for repair. : 972
---- Demonstrate how to verify the finished part meets specifications. : 972
---- Demonstrate how to apply nondestructive testing methods to a given a composite component to accurately determine if the part requires repair. : 972
---- Demonstrate how to properly dispose of cured, uncured and partially cured material. : 972
---- Demonstrate a working knowledge of laminating (monolithic and sandwich). : 972
---- Demonstrate how to complete tooling repairs. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to identify layers, scarfing and ply counting. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to remove damage, scarfing and repair best practices. : 972
---- Demonstrate the ability to do field repairs/hot bonding operations. : 972
New Hours 972

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 14
---- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and proper safety practices : 14
---- Machine guarding : 14
---- Blood borne pathogen exposure : 14
---- Confined spaces : 14
---- Fire safety and prevention measures : 14
---- Hazard communication : 14
---- Heat stress : 14
---- Industrial ergonomics : 14
---- Pedestrian safety : 14
---- Fall protection : 14
---- Walking and working surfaces : 14
---- Power hand tools : 14
---- Hearing conservation : 14
---- Respiratory protection : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 6
---- Lock-out/Tag-out procedures : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 6
---- Hazardous materials handling and storage : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 8
---- Apprenticeship expectations : 8
---- Housekeeping : 8
---- 5S : 8
---- Manufacturing costs : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Basic arithmetic operations : 8
---- Fractions, decimals and percentages : 8
---- Basic algebra : 8
---- Geometry : 8
---- Trigonometry : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Blueprint fundamentals : 8
---- Interpreting blueprints : 8
---- Part tolerancing : 8
---- Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) : 8
---- Computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), and use of a coordinate measuring machine (CMM) : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Units of measurement : 8
---- Basic measurement : 8
---- Applied Inspection : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Quality programs : 8
---- Continuous process improvement : 8
---- Lean manufacturing : 8
---- Statistics : 8
---- Statistical Process Control (SPC) : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) program : 8
---- Root Cause Analysis : 8
---- Troubleshooting : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Optional customization : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 16
---- Bench work and layout : 16
---- Hand tools : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 120
---- Composites processing safety : 120
---- Adhesives : 120
---- Resins (Polyester, Epoxy, Bio-resins) : 120
---- Matrix systems : 120
---- Handling and storage : 120
---- Material manufacturing (semi-finished, woven, pre-forms) : 120
---- Material science : 120
---- Structural design : 120
---- Tooling : 120
---- Molding : 120
---- Laminating : 120
---- Curing : 120
---- Inspection and Repair : 120
---- Hand lay-up (open molding, spray lay-up) : 120
---- Automated lay-up (automated fiber placement, automated tape lay-up) : 120
New Hours 120
Total Hours 8
---- Making a great first impression : 8
---- Building good work relationships : 8
---- Verbal and non-verbal communication : 8
---- Active listening : 8
---- Resolving conflict in the workplace : 8
---- Writing effective emails : 8
---- Getting your message across to audiences : 8
---- Giving and receiving feedback : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Conflict resolution : 8
---- Team building : 8
---- Leading and working in a diverse workplace : 8
---- Delivery of on-the-job training : 8
---- Mentoring : 8
New Hours 8






#13418 Assembler, Installer, General



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 49
---- In this course, apprentices will learn compliance processes and procedures, which will include ethics, labor charging, etc. using various methodologies and systems, timekeeping, reading work instructions, information systems access, and command media. : 49
New Hours 49
Total Hours 5
---- In this course, apprentices will learn the basic use of torque wrenches, the basic techniques and fundamentals of torquing, and the problems associated with incorrect torquing. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 17
---- In this course, apprentices will learn a comprehensive standard for the use of solid rivets, high strength fasteners, and blind fasteners' and covers all contractual installation specification requirements. : 17
New Hours 17
Total Hours 9
---- In this course, apprentices will learn the proper installation of safety wire and cotter pins. Given the Safety Wire and Cotter Pinning lecture, apprentices will identify basic facts related to safety wiring and cotter pinning. Given Safety Wire and Cotter Pinning workbook, materials and tools, apprentices will be able to safely install safety wire and cotter pins in a test set. : 9
New Hours 9
Total Hours 9
---- In this course, apprentices will learn how to follow the proper procedures to install, inspect and remove Eddie Bolt Fasteners in accordance with the 508-13-205 specifications. : 9
New Hours 9
Total Hours 5
---- In this course, apprentices will learn how to follow the proper procedures to install, inspect and remove Eddie Bolt Fasteners in accordance with the 508-13-205 specifications. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 5
---- In this course, apprentices will learn the facts and principles applicable to the mixing and application of sealants and adhesives. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 11
---- In this course, apprentices will learn proper application of CARC paint. : 11
New Hours 11
Total Hours 5
---- In this course, apprentices will learn the proper installation procedures for Click Bond Nut Plates. Participants are given a hands-on demonstration in the proper surface preparation, adhesive application and hardware installation. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 14
---- The exact topics covered in this course may vary depending on the apprentice’s worksite. In this course, apprentices will learn subjects such as environmental regulations overview, maintaining a drug-free workplace, maintaining a violence-free workplace, hand and power tool safety, management systems awareness, and others. : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 13
---- In this course, apprentices will learn how to use a fractional and decimal ruler and the application between various measuring devices. Topics include the identification of and use for: 6" ruler, protractor, micrometer, caliper, height gauge, dial indicator. : 13
New Hours 13
Total Hours 27
---- In this course, apprentices will learn the processes for fabricating cable and harness assemblies, the tools associated with cable and harness fabrication, the process specifications associated with cable and harness fabrication, the processes and documents associated with cable and harness fabrication, and the preparation of cables to be over braided. The following specific processes are included in this course: strip, crimp, plug, close, forming, marking, connector plugging, and simple testing. : 27
New Hours 27
Total Hours 4
---- In this course, apprentices will learn the methods and procedures for the proper molding of silicone rubber pads on missile surfaces such that engineering requirements are met. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- In this course, apprentices will learn the methods and procedures for the proper molding of silicone rubber pads on missile surfaces such that engineering requirements are met. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- In this course, apprentices will learn the methods and procedures for the application of two-part 500 F to 550 F silicone sealants. : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 9
---- In this course, apprentices are instructed on the requirements associated with managing virgin and waste refrigerant and reclamation processes, which may include requirements associated with managing refrigerants used in servicing and repair of motor vehicle air-conditioning systems. : 9
New Hours 9
Total Hours 15
---- In this course, apprentices will learn the theory and principles of the geometry associated with the suspension and steering systems on motor vehicles. Apprentices will also learn how to use the equipment required to check the geometry of the suspension systems and how to adjust the system. : 15
New Hours 15






#13416 Signals Maintainer



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Overview of Signaling and Train Control : 200
---- Roadway Worker Protection and On-Track Safety : 200
---- Relays and Relay Logic : 200
---- Signal System Components : 200
---- Print Reading : 200
---- Preparation for Inspection and Maintenance : 200
---- Guidelines and Recommended Practices : 200
---- System Familiarization : 200
---- Introduction to Railway Signaling : 200
---- Third Rail Safety : 200
---- Tool Requirements : 200
---- Rail System Safety : 200
---- Basic Electronics Test : 200
---- Right of way access and flagging : 200
---- FRA Rules and Regulations : 200
---- Expectations of Training : 200
---- Policies and Procedures, Standard Operating Procedures : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 800
---- Overview and Safety of Power Distribution Theory : 800
---- Power Distribution Inspection, Testing and Maintenance : 800
---- Print Reading/Symbols/Nomenclature : 800
---- AC Power Distribution Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 800
---- DC Power Distribution Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 800
---- General Power Distribution Troubleshooting and Repair : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 700
---- Overview and Safety of Track Circuits : 700
---- Track Circuit Inspection and Maintenance : 700
---- DC Track Circuit Inspection and Maintenance : 700
---- AC/PF Track Circuit Inspection and Maintenance : 700
---- AF Track Circuit Inspection and Maintenance : 700
---- Coded and Electronic Track Circuit Inspection and Maintenance : 700
---- Print Reading, Symbols, Nomenclature : 700
---- General Troubleshooting and Repair of Track Circuits : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 700
---- Overview and Safety of Switches and Derails : 700
---- Switch and Derail Specific Print Reading, Symbols, and Nomenclature : 700
---- General Inspection and Maintenance of Switches and Derails : 700
---- Manual Switches and Derails Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 700
---- Electric Switches and Derails Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 700
---- Electro-Pneumatic Switch and Derail Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting, and Repair : 700
---- Electro-Hydraulic Switch and Derail Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 700
---- Electric Switch Locks Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 700
---- Circuit Controllers Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 700
---- System Familiarization : 700
---- General Troubleshooting and Repair of Switches and Derails : 700
---- Tools : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 200
---- Overview and Safety of Train Stops : 200
---- Train Stop Specific Print Reading, Symbols, and Nomenclature : 200
---- Electric Train Stops Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 200
---- Electro-Pneumatic Train Stops Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 200
---- General Troubleshooting and Repair of Train Stops : 200
---- Tools : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 300
---- Overview and Safety of Grade Crossings : 300
---- Theory of Operation and Circuits : 300
---- Warning Devices and Systems : 300
---- Crossing Gates and Mechanisms : 300
---- Grade Crossing Inspection and Maintenance : 300
---- General Troubleshooting and Repair of Grade Crossings : 300
---- Tools : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 700
---- Overview and Safety of Cab and Wayside Signaling (including safety) : 700
---- Automatic Block Signaling : 700
---- Intro and Overview to Automatic Train Control : 700
---- Communication Based Train Control : 700
---- General Inspection and Maintenance of cab and wayside signaling : 700
---- General Troubleshooting and Repair of cab and wayside signaling : 700
---- Centralized Traffic Control : 700
---- Nomenclature, Symbols, Print Reading : 700
---- Microprocessor Based Signal Equipment : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 200
---- Overview and Safety of Interlocking’s : 200
---- Interlocking’s and Relay Logic : 200
---- General Troubleshooting and Repair of Interlocks : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Overview and Safety of Control Panels : 200
---- Functions and Lock Diagram Reading : 200
---- General Inspection and Maintenance of Control Panels : 200
---- General Troubleshooting and Repair of Control Panels : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 28
---- Overview of Signaling and Train Control : 28
---- Roadway Worker Protection and On-Track Safety : 28
---- Relays and Relay Logic : 28
---- Signal System Components : 28
---- Print Reading : 28
---- Preparation for Inspection and Maintenance : 28
---- Guidelines and Recommended Practices : 28
---- System Familiarization : 28
---- Introduction to Railway Signaling : 28
---- Third Rail Safety : 28
---- Tool Requirements : 28
---- Rail System Safety : 28
---- Basic Electronics Test : 28
---- Right of way access and flagging : 28
---- FRA Rules and Regulations : 28
---- Expectations of Training : 28
---- Policies and Procedures, Standard Operating Procedures : 28
New Hours 28
Total Hours 40
---- Overview and Safety of Power Distribution Theory : 40
---- Power Distribution Inspection, Testing and Maintenance : 40
---- Print Reading/Symbols/Nomenclature : 40
---- AC Power Distribution Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 40
---- DC Power Distribution Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 40
---- General Power Distribution Troubleshooting and Repair : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Overview and Safety of Track Circuits : 40
---- Track Circuit Inspection and Maintenance : 40
---- DC Track Circuit Inspection and Maintenance : 40
---- AC/PF Track Circuit Inspection and Maintenance : 40
---- AF Track Circuit Inspection and Maintenance : 40
---- Coded and Electronic Track Circuit Inspection and Maintenance : 40
---- Print Reading, Symbols, Nomenclature : 40
---- General Troubleshooting and Repair of Track Circuits : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Overview and Safety of Switches and Derails : 40
---- Switch and Derail Specific Print Reading, Symbols, and Nomenclature : 40
---- General Inspection and Maintenance of Switches and Derails : 40
---- Manual Switches and Derails Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 40
---- Electric Switches and Derails Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 40
---- Electro-Pneumatic Switch and Derail Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting, and Repair : 40
---- Electro-Hydraulic Switch and Derail Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 40
---- Electric Switch Locks Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 40
---- Circuit Controllers Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 40
---- System Familiarization : 40
---- General Troubleshooting and Repair of Switches and Derails : 40
---- Tools : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 40
---- Overview and Safety of Train Stops : 40
---- Train Stop Specific Print Reading, Symbols, and Nomenclature : 40
---- Electric Train Stops Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 40
---- Electro-Pneumatic Train Stops Inspection and Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair : 40
---- General Troubleshooting and Repair of Train Stops : 40
---- Tools : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 20
---- Overview and Safety of Grade Crossings : 20
---- Theory of Operation and Circuits : 20
---- Warning Devices and Systems : 20
---- Crossing Gates and Mechanisms : 20
---- Grade Crossing Inspection and Maintenance : 20
---- General Troubleshooting and Repair of Grade Crossings : 20
---- Tools : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Overview and Safety of Cab and Wayside Signaling (including safety) : 20
---- Automatic Block Signaling : 20
---- Intro and Overview to Automatic Train Control : 20
---- Communication Based Train Control : 20
---- General Inspection and Maintenance of cab and wayside signaling : 20
---- General Troubleshooting and Repair of cab and wayside signaling : 20
---- Centralized Traffic Control : 20
---- Nomenclature, Symbols, Print Reading : 20
---- Microprocessor Based Signal Equipment : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 40
---- Overview and Safety of Interlocking’s : 40
---- Interlocking’s and Relay Logic : 40
---- General Troubleshooting and Repair of Interlocks : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 20
---- Overview and Safety of Control Panels : 20
---- Functions and Lock Diagram Reading : 20
---- General Inspection and Maintenance of Control Panels : 20
---- General Troubleshooting and Repair of Control Panels : 20
New Hours 20






#13414 Biomedical Equipment Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Attend all required healthcare facility safety and employee orientation courses through HR : 200
---- Receives orientation to department and organization. Reviews org chart, understands the different departments within the facility and the types of patients found within the various departments. : 200
---- Understands the Biomedical Equipment Technician (BMET) job description and the role and responsibilities of the job. : 200
---- Becomes familiar with and adheres to all department and organizational policies and procedures. : 200
---- Attends scheduled department meetings. : 200
---- Understands Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations. : 200
---- Learns the correct Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for every job. : 200
---- Becomes familiar with Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and knows how and when to use them. : 200
---- Understands the proper procedure for the disinfection/cleaning, disposal of, and proper handling of equipment/components that can be hazardous to the environment (e.g., batteries, O2 cells, reagents, circuit boards and chemicals). : 200
---- Understands the proper procedure for Lock-out/Tag-out and when it should be used. : 200
---- Understands safety symbolism (e.g., color coding for gases, isolation areas and related signage). : 200
---- Able to identify blood-borne pathogen hazards, follow universal precautions, and determine appropriate infection control procedures in isolation areas. : 200
---- Understands the proper infection control protocols and required gowning for isolation rooms. : 200
---- Understands the proper infection control protocols and required gowning for reverse isolation (negative pressure) rooms. : 200
---- Able to identify regulatory agencies that oversee and govern healthcare practices (any Authority Having Jurisdiction, e.g.:, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services [CMS] State Governing Agencies such as the Department of Public Health [DPH], National Fire Protection Agency [NFPA], Occupational Safety and Health Administration [OSHA], etc.), and understands why they are important and how they relate to reimbursement. : 200
---- Knows which regulatory agency accredits the facility you work for on behalf of CMS (e.g., The Joint Commission [TJC], Det Norske Veritas Germanischer Lloyd [DNV GL]) : 200
---- Is familiar with healthcare life safety codes and why they are important. : 200
---- Be aware of Life Safety Code NFPA 101 and the National Electrical Code NFPA 70 and how they impact the healthcare facility. : 200
---- Understands the basic medical equipment regulatory requirements. (Underwriters Laboratories [UL], Food and Drug Administration [FDA]). : 200
---- Reviews the department’s EOC report and understands what medical equipment data is regularly reported to the committee and why. : 200
---- Attends at least one Environment of Care (EOC) or Safety Committee Meeting. : 200
---- Is familiar with architectural plans for a construction project involving medical equipment. Knows how to identify electrical, mechanical and plumbing on an architectural drawing. : 200
---- Understands the electrical systems in the healthcare facility and how they affect medical equipment (e.g. emergency power and isolated power). : 200
---- Understands the basics of medical gas systems in the healthcare facility. : 200
---- Understands and uses proper infection control procedures for a sterile environment (e.g., Sterile Processing Department [SPD] and Operating Room [OR]), including how to gown up when working in a sterile environment such as the OR. : 200
---- Understands the infection control and safety protocols for working in a hospital laboratory. : 200
---- Know what Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) is and how it impacts the Laboratory’s processes, procedures, and quality : 200
---- Know the different agencies that accredited the healthcare system’s Laboratory and Blood Bank (e.g.: CAP, AABB) : 200
---- Understands the safety risks associated lasers. : 200
---- Attend at least one Laser Safety Committee Meeting. : 200
---- Understands Waste Anesthesia Gas Safety and the healthcare facility’s requirements/policies around it. (e.g., annual waste gas leakage testing). : 200
---- Understands Radiation Safety and the healthcare facility’s requirements/policies around it (e.g., radiation safety badges). : 200
---- Attends at least one Radiation Safety Committee Meeting. : 200
---- Understands infection control and safety protocols for the radiation oncology department. : 200
---- Understands Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) safety and different zones found in an MRI suite. Knows who/what can and cannot go into each zone and what they mean. : 200
---- Is familiar with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) and how it impacts nuclear medicine. : 200
---- Understands the safety considerations and healthcare facility’s policy for the PET/CT Suite, radioactive isotopes and the hot lab. : 200
---- Understands the safety procedures and requirements for entering secure areas (e.g., locked psychiatric unit, patients under psychiatric precautions in other areas of the hospital). : 200
---- Understand the safety and security policies for the healthcare facility’s Labor and Delivery (LandD), Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and nursery. : 200
---- Understands what a Root Case Analysis (RCA) is, how one is conducted, and why an RCA is an important step in preventing reoccurring incidents. : 200
---- Understands the impact that healthcare facility’s quality initiatives (e.g. alarm fatigue, IV pump errors, etc.) have on front line staff and what measures are being taken to address these. : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 300
---- Able to identify organ systems (heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, brain, gallbladder, pancreas, skin, blood). : 300
---- Knows body directions, surfaces, cavities, and planes. : 300
---- Knows and understands fundamental human chemistry. : 300
---- Knows major hormones and their function. : 300
---- Knows basic immune response and lymph system. : 300
---- Knows gastrointestinal system and food processing mechanisms. : 300
---- Knows and understands the reproductive system with emphasis on pregnancy and childbirth. : 300
---- Knows and understands major skeletal system components and muscles. : 300
---- Knows major spinal nerves and vertebral column. : 300
---- Knows and understands the cardiovascular system components with focus on the electrical activity of the heart. : 300
---- Knows and understands the respiratory system, including breathing and gas exchange. : 300
---- Knows major regions of the brain, electrical activity of the brain. : 300
---- Demonstrates a working medical vocabulary. Able to apply this understanding to the interaction of medical equipment with the human body. : 300
---- Understands Einthoven’s triangle and how it applies to healthcare technology. : 300
---- Understands10-20-10 EEG pattern and how it applies to healthcare technology. : 300
---- Understands Korotkoff sounds and how they apply to healthcare technology. : 300
---- Understands Positive End Expiratory Pressure (PEEP) and how it applies to healthcare technology. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 100
---- Understands basic algebra and why it is important with regards to servicing medical equipment : 100
---- Demonstrates a working understanding of scientific and engineering notation. : 100
---- Understands the applied metric system and be able to convert the U.S. system into the metric system. : 100
---- Able to convert between various units accurately : 100
---- Understands linear and nonlinear relationships and how they are related to medical equipment and the human body : 100
---- Demonstrates an understanding of geometric principles and relationships and why this is important in healthcare technology management : 100
---- Demonstrates the ability to graph data and make conclusions/decisions based upon the shape of the graph : 100
---- Understands how basic trigonometry applies to the BMET role (e.g. sinusoidal functions in analyzers) : 100
---- Obtains a basic understanding of statistics and how it applies to a healthcare facility’s reporting : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 300
---- Understands the basic concepts of electricity (voltage, resistance, current, resistors, active and passive devices, transducers, capacitors, and inductors, including the utilization of schematics). : 300
---- Understands the theory of direct current (DC) principles, circuits, and analysis. : 300
---- Understands the theory of alternating current (AC) principles, circuits, and analysis. : 300
---- Able to identify solid-state devices and basic principles of the underlying technology. : 300
---- Understands the theory of digital electronics principles, circuits, and analysis. : 300
---- Understands microprocessor fundamentals including memory, registers, instructions and control. : 300
---- Understands the principles of electronic components, circuits, and instruments. : 300
---- Develops technical skills, including component identification and schematic usage. : 300
---- Develops skills to use multi-meters effectively. : 300
---- Understands the principles of telecommunications and signal transmission. : 300
---- Able to identify basic sensors and actuators including motors. : 300
---- Understands the purpose and usage of various power conditioning, distribution, and storage systems (e.g., transformers, batteries). : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 1500
---- Able to identify and properly utilize shop tools. : 1500
---- Understands the principles of soldering and using various repair techniques (e.g., epoxy, shrink wrap, electrical tape). : 1500
---- Knows the difference between a Class I, II, and III, medical device. : 1500
---- Understands the difference between diagnostic, monitoring, and therapeutic equipment. : 1500
---- Understands the difference between critical and non-critical equipment. : 1500
---- Understands the different areas of the healthcare facility and the types of medical equipment found in each of the various areas. : 1500
---- Is familiar with the proper process to order parts and service for medical equipment. : 1500
---- Understands the importance of creating a return materials authorization (RMA) prior to shipping equipment outside of the facility. : 1500
---- Understands the different types of inspections and how and when they are used, including incoming, visual, and electrical safety. : 1500
---- Understands what planned maintenance (PM) is and its importance regarding equipment safety and reliability. : 1500
---- Able to identify and understand test equipment operation (e.g., electrical safety analyzer, defibrillator analyzer, electro surgical analyzer, physiologic simulators, digital multimeter [DMM]). : 1500
---- Able to describe the basic theory of operation, functioning, and clinical application of medical devices, such as heart monitors, Electrocardiogram (ECG) carts, bladder scanners, defibrillators, ventilators, blood pressure monitors, pulse oximeters, infusion pumps (Intravenous (IV), Patient Controlled Analgesia (PCA), feeding, suction devices, electrical surgical units (ESUs), and centrifuges and carry out operational checks on such devices. : 1500
---- Able to discuss how the medical equipment is managed and any inventory verification procedures for the healthcare facility. : 1500
---- Able to discuss the Medical Equipment Management Plan (MEMP) or equivalent document(s) that guide daily operations of the department. : 1500
---- Understand what an Alternative Equipment Maintenance (AEM) program is, what equipment can and cannot be included per CMS, and what factors should be considered when determining what equipment should and should not be included in the program. : 1500
---- Able to discuss the proper process of how to handle a medical device involved in a patient incident as well as what must be reported when according to the Safe Medical Devices Act (SMDA). : 1500
---- Becomes familiar with hazard alerts and recalls involving medical equipment as well as the remediation process. : 1500
---- Knows the difference between a Class I, II, and III recall. : 1500
---- Understands what a computer maintenance management system (CMMS) is and why it is an important tool for Healthcare Technology Management (HTM). : 1500
---- Understands proper work order documentation (e.g., what information should go in a work order) and why it’s important to capture this data. : 1500
---- Able to search for an equipment record and work order within the CMMS system. : 1500
---- Able to enter technician time, vendor time, and parts (part # and cost) into a work order within the CMMS and understand why capturing this data is important from a compliance and financial standpoint. : 1500
---- Able to interpret data from CMMS to recommend course of action (retire, repair, replace). : 1500
---- Is familiar with the department’s process for adding and retiring assets from the CMMS. : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 250
---- Laboratory equipment (e.g., centrifuges, water baths, analyzers, cryostats, microtomes). : 250
---- EEG and EMG equipment and related equipment : 250
---- Diagnostic equipment (e.g., otoscope, ophthalmoscope, audiometer, uroflow meter). : 250
---- Monitoring systems (e.g. End-tidal CO2 [EtCO2], ECG, Electroencephalogram [EEG], noninvasive blood pressure, invasive blood pressure, pulse oximetry, fetal monitoring, and respiration). : 250
---- Therapeutic equipment (e.g., infant warmers, ultrasound therapy, hypo/hyperthermia, aspirators, sequential compression device (SCD), bilirubin light) : 250
---- Life support equipment (e.g., defibrillators, anesthesia machines, ventilators, balloon pumps, external pacemakers). : 250
---- Operating room equipment (e.g., electro surgical generators, video equipment, lasers, tourniquets, sterilizers, warmers). : 250
---- Imaging devices: (e.g., general radiology, ultrasound, portables, radiographic/fluoroscopy, C-Arm, bone density, mammography, CV/IR/angiography, CT, SPECT CT, gamma cameras, MRI, linear accelerators) : 250
---- Understands and applies NFPA99 codes to the maintenance of medical equipment. : 250
---- Completes an electrical safety inspection according to NFPA 99 accepted standards and determine if it passes or fails. : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 250
---- Infusion pumps : 250
---- PCA infusion pumps : 250
---- Feeding pumps : 250
---- Syringe pumps : 250
---- Pulse oximeters : 250
---- Otoscope/ophthalmoscopes : 250
---- Sphygmomanometers : 250
---- Thermometers : 250
---- Multiparameter physiological monitors and associated modules (peripheral capillary oxygen saturation [SpO2], temperature, invasive and non-invasive blood pressure [NIBP], respiration, ECG). : 250
---- Telemetry monitors : 250
---- Electric beds : 250
---- ECG cart : 250
---- Electronic blood pressure machines : 250
---- Sequential Compression Devices (SCDs) : 250
---- Bladder Scanners : 250
---- Defibrillators : 250
---- Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) : 250
---- Video equipment : 250
---- Endoscopy equipment : 250
---- Electrical surgical units : 250
---- Scales : 250
---- Basic lab equipment, such as centrifuges, water baths, shakers, incubators, mixers, and electrophoresis devices. : 250
---- Suction Units : 250
---- Portable Patient Lift Equipment : 250
---- Prioritizes repairs of medical devices based on level of risk and/or urgency. : 250
---- Able to differentiate between a device error and a use error to determine appropriate action. : 250
---- Able to differentiate between an issue within a local monitoring device on the network and a system-wide network problem. : 250
---- Able to identify medical equipment that is capable of and utilized for interoperability features. : 250
---- Is familiar with sterilizer equipment and understands its function and importance in the healthcare facility. : 250
---- Is familiar with various analyzers found in a healthcare facility’s laboratory and what they are used for. : 250
---- Is familiar with equipment found in a healthcare facility’s Radiology Department and knows what types of clinical procedures each is used for: general radiology, ultrasound, portables, radiographic/fluoroscopy, C-Arm, bone density, mammography, CV/IR/angiography, CT, SPECT CT, gamma cameras, MRI, and linear accelerators. : 250
---- Is familiar with Virtual Reality (VR) and Artificial Intelligence technology and how it is used in healthcare. : 250
---- Is familiar with available HTM guidance and resources for continual learning (e.g., 24x7, TechNation, ECRI’s Top 10 Hazards, the American College of Clinical Engineering [ACCE], local HTM associations, AAMI. : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 700
---- Understands and can differentiate between the roles and responsibilities of the IT and HTM departments : 700
---- Understands the basic concepts of computer architecture and systems (e.g., processor, memory, input/output devices, and communication channels). : 700
---- Demonstrates an understanding of the principles of computers, peripherals, networks and software. Is able to apply this understanding to applications within medical equipment and systems. : 700
---- Able to initiate a repair/trouble ticket to the proper team responsible for addressing IT issues : 700
---- Is familiar with the different types of computer/network connectors and cabling and knows how and when to use them. : 700
---- Can identify and differentiate between different types of networks (e.g., Local Area Network [LAN], Wireless Local Area Network [WLAN], Virtual Private Network [VPN]). : 700
---- Understands the different types of wireless connections available for medical devices (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc.), their applications in healthcare, and their security features and risks. : 700
---- Tests and troubleshoots network components (e.g., network interface card [NIC], switch, cable, hub, router, and modem). : 700
---- Is familiar with Cybersecurity principles. : 700
---- Able to identify equipment that can store ePHI (electronic protected health information) as well as the protocol for retiring this type of equipment. : 700
---- Understands cybersecurity threats to networks such as ransomware, conficker worms, and various other ways hackers attempt unauthorized access to a control system device. : 700
---- Understands the risks associated with plugging in personal devices (cell phones, universal serial bus [USB] drives) to hospital computers or medical devices. : 700
---- Is familiar with the hospital’s policy (if one exists) for checking USB/external drives for viruses that are used by medical equipment service providers to upgrade and/or troubleshoot equipment. : 700
---- Understands computer and device communications including network protocols and address schemes. : 700
---- Is familiar with Manufacturer Disclosure Statement for Medical Device Security (MDS2) and Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). : 700
---- Is familiar with International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 80001: Application of Risk Management for IT-Networks Incorporating Medical Devices. : 700
---- Is familiar with Health Level 7 (HL7) basics. : 700
---- Is familiar with device integration and identifies medical equipment that is integrated within the electronic medical record (EMR). : 700
---- Identifies and troubleshoots personal computer (PC) hardware and networking components (wired and wireless) with the use of cable tracers. : 700
---- Identifies and troubleshoots PC hardware and networking components (wired and wireless) with use of Packet Internet Groper (PING). : 700
---- Understands and applies the fundamentals of network configuration (e.g., Internet Protocol [IP] address, gateways, subnet addressing). : 700
---- Able to configure medical devices (e.g., infusion pumps, ECG carts) to the healthcare facility’s wireless network. : 700
---- Is aware of devices that contain ePHI and knows the proper sanitization methods to remove ePHI from any medical device before equipment leaves the facility for any reason. : 700
---- Understands the healthcare facility’s IT change control process and attends at least one Change Control meeting. : 700
---- Is familiar with the healthcare facility’s server room(s), how they are organized, and the healthcare facility’s security policy around service room access. : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 300
---- Understands the basic principles of oral and written communication and can utilize them effectively. : 300
---- Understands and effectively uses proper grammar, punctuation, and case in written communication. : 300
---- Respects cultural diversity and communication. : 300
---- Displays appropriate and professional verbal and non-verbal communications in all encounters. : 300
---- Demonstrates proper, effective, and professional communication with all individuals encountered. : 300
---- Understands the importance of email communication, how to use the organization’s email software, how to set up an “Out of Office” message during planned absence and create an e-mail signature. : 300
---- Prepares appropriate work order documentation and written technical reports using the (CMMS). : 300
---- Team communications are effective and obvious with regular interaction as well as hand offs and follow ups before and after planned absence. : 300
---- Uses a working medical vocabulary that allows effective communication with clinical staff. : 300
---- Listening skills are evident with a repeat back to the customer to ensure clear communication. : 300
---- Presents technical information to a variety of clinical and non-clinical audiences. : 300
---- Manages difficult conversations in a professional manner focusing on issue resolution. : 300
---- Understands the importance of “closing the loop” when communicating with customers. After a customer reports an issue, resolution begins and customer/department is updated regularly, then when the issue is resolved, apprentice follows up with the person or the department leader who initiated call. : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 100
---- Reports to work when scheduled, arrives and leaves on time, notifies supervisor when a change of schedule occurs. : 100
---- Is appropriately dressed, hair and personal hygiene, aligned with dress code and facility expectations. : 100
---- Follows directions, procedures, and safety guidelines. : 100
---- Works side-by-side with a diverse staff in the healthcare environment. : 100
---- Respects the rights of others, is a team player, is cooperative, collaborative, and respectful to others. Is assertive, displays customer service attitude, seeks opportunities to learn and is mannerly. : 100
---- Is appropriate with culture, race, gender, age diversity: does not engage in mistreatment or harassment of any kind. : 100
---- Demonstrates a positive attitude in all encounters. Consistently exhibits a strong work ethic. : 100
---- Demonstrates time management skills, conserves materials and handles change constructively. : 100
---- Exhibits emotional calm, patience, and problem-solving skills. Supportive of all staff and acts as a resource to peers. Appropriately handles criticism, conflicts, and complaints. : 100
---- Understands ethics and how to address ethical issues in the workplace. : 100
---- Exhibits time management skills including organization, goal setting, and planning abilities. : 100
---- Responds appropriately and professionally to instructions and concerns of superiors, co-workers and other staff. : 100
New Hours 100

Technical Instruction








#13413 Propane Service Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 22
---- Organizations that influence, publish or enforce codes and standards : 22
---- Introduction to basic principles and practices of propane : 22
---- Propane customer applications and customer service : 22
---- Sources and physical properties of propane : 22
---- Odorants and service interruptions : 22
---- Complete and incomplete combustion characteristics : 22
---- DOT cylinders, propane piping, and residential systems : 22
---- National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Regulations : 22
---- Updated or new federal, state, and local regulations and policies : 22
New Hours 22
Total Hours 32
---- Introduction to OSHA and DOT Training : 32
---- OSHA hazard communication : 32
---- DOT general awareness HAZMAT training : 32
---- Emergency response : 32
---- Loading and unloading : 32
---- CMV driver requirements : 32
---- Vehicle inspection : 32
---- Cylinder safety : 32
---- Materials of trade : 32
---- Security : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 27
---- Basic designing vapor distribution systems : 27
---- Designing vapor systems: container and lines : 27
---- Designing vapor distribution systems: regulators and meters : 27
---- Preparing system components for transport : 27
---- Installing containers : 27
---- Installing lines : 27
---- Installing regulators and meters : 27
---- Tank to tank transfer : 27
---- Other installations : 27
---- System tests : 27
---- Safety information : 27
---- National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Regulations : 27
---- Updated or new federal, state, and local regulations and policies : 27
New Hours 27
Total Hours 19
---- Vapor distribution system tests : 19
---- Validating vapor distribution systems : 19
---- Identifying venting requirements and characteristics : 19
---- Validating combustion air : 19
---- Leak Check Procedures : 19
---- Purging air from a piping system : 19
---- Placing appliances into operation : 19
---- Appliance controls and safety devices : 19
---- Spillage test : 19
---- Identifying burning characteristics of propane : 19
---- Safety Information : 19
---- National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Regulations : 19
---- Updated or new federal, state, and local regulations and policies : 19
New Hours 19
Total Hours 27
---- Introduction to installing appliances and interior vapor distribution system : 27
---- Design consideration for gas appliances : 27
---- Designing venting systems : 27
---- Design of interior vapor distribution systems : 27
---- Installing appliances : 27
---- Installing venting systems : 27
---- Installation of interior vapor distribution system : 27
---- Safety information : 27
---- National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Regulations : 27
---- Updated or new federal, state, and local regulations and policies : 27
New Hours 27
Total Hours 31
---- Overview of basic electricity for propane appliances : 31
---- Follow safety procedures : 31
---- Electrical circuits : 31
---- Interpret electrical control circuit diagrams for basic appliances : 31
---- Measuring electrical quantities : 31
---- Use a digital multimeter : 31
---- Measure voltage, resistance and current at any point in an electrical circuit : 31
---- Identify functions of common sensing devices in basic appliances : 31
---- Identify functions of common controls and components in basic propane appliances including: Transformers / Relays and contactors / Motors and capacitors / Wall thermostats / Limit and fan controls / Ignition systems / Gas control valves : 31
---- Troubleshoot electrical circuits : 31
New Hours 31
Total Hours 41
---- Basic propane appliance service and troubleshooting : 41
---- Measuring temperature, pressure, and gas concentration : 41
---- Common sensing devices in propane appliances : 41
---- Electrical components in propane appliance systems : 41
---- Wall thermostats and wireless controls : 41
---- Limit and fan controls : 41
---- Ignition systems for basic propane appliances : 41
---- Pressure-regulated gas control valves : 41
---- Burners and orifices : 41
---- Electrical control circuit diagrams and troubleshooting : 41
---- Appliance service tools and techniques : 41
---- Troubleshooting basic propane appliance systems : 41
---- Leaks, odor and carbon monoxide complaints : 41
New Hours 41






#13411 AG Equipment Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 375
---- Orientation of parts and accessories pertaining to diesel engines : 375
---- Assembling parts orders : 375
---- Requisitioning parts : 375
---- Acquiring basic knowledge about diesel engine parts : 375
---- Work with senior diesel mechanic during training : 375
New Hours 375
Total Hours 1875
---- Reboring and honing cylinders : 1875
---- Install crankshaft, pin bearing, camshaft, and bushings : 1875
---- Repair oil pump : 1875
---- Adjust fuel racks : 1875
---- Changing and adjusting main and connecting-rod bearings : 1875
New Hours 1875
Total Hours 1875
---- Unit injector repair : 1875
---- American Bosch nozzle : 1875
---- Part identification : 1875
---- Calibration and testing : 1875
---- Repairing and lapping pump injector parts : 1875
---- Cleaning and installing fuel line : 1875
---- Assembling and disassembling large fuel pump : 1875
---- Ordering pump and injector parts : 1875
---- Maintain and operate shop : 1875
New Hours 1875
Total Hours 937
---- Battery repair and service : 937
---- Testing, adjusting and installing voltage regulator : 937
---- Inspect and install wiring : 937
---- Install and adjust lights : 937
---- Install electrical accessories : 937
New Hours 937
Total Hours 375
---- Clutches-repair and adjustment : 375
---- Transmission repair : 375
---- Drive shaft and universal joint : 375
New Hours 375

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 20
---- Apprentice will demonstrate safe work practices. : 20
---- Apprentice will have an adequate knowledge of safety skills and procedures of basic machine operation and diagnostics.    : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 75
---- Apprentice will be able to calculate hydraulic pressure and flow using Pascal’s law : 75
---- Apprentice will be able to demonstrate the theory of operation of an open and closed center hydraulic system. : 75
---- Apprentice will be able to demonstrate the theory of hydraulic pump and motor operation : 75
---- Apprentice will be able to demonstrate the theory of closed center, constant and variable pressure hydraulic system operation.  : 75
---- Apprentice will be able to diagnose problems of an open and closed center hydraulic system  : 75
---- Apprentice will be able to disassemble and repair a hydraulic component following tech manual instructions and specifications. : 75
---- Apprentice will be able to utilize a flow meter and test gauges to measure performance in a hydraulic system. : 75
---- Apprentice will be able to identify the symbols on an ISO hydraulic diagram and locate the components on equipment. : 75
---- Apprentice must score a minimum of 80% on the Hydraulics – Methods and Techniques – Assessment to be eligible for graduation from the JD TECH Program. : 75
New Hours 75
Total Hours 75
---- Apprentice will be able to use Ohm’s Law to demonstrate / predict DC electrical behavior. : 75
---- Apprentice will be able to measure the voltage and current flow in electrical circuits. : 75
---- Apprentice will demonstrate proficient use of a digital multi-meter. : 75
---- Apprentice will be able to recognize and test electrical components and devices. : 75
---- Apprentice will be able to identify the symbols on an ISO electrical diagram and locate the components on equipment. : 75
---- Apprentice will be able to use ISO schematics in diagnostic procedures. : 75
---- Apprentice will be able to follow diagnostic and repair procedures. : 75
---- Apprentice must score a minimum of 80% on the Electrical – Methods and Techniques – Assessment to be eligible for graduation from the JD TECH Program. : 75
New Hours 75
Total Hours 30
---- Apprentice will be able to describe the fundamentals of operation of a mobile HVAC system.  : 30
---- Apprentice will be able to perform tests, repairs, and retrofit procedures. : 30
---- Apprentice will be able to explain the theory of operation of HVAC systems.  : 30
---- Apprentice will be able to use test gauges and thermometers in measuring the performance of the HVAC system. : 30
---- Apprentice will be able to demonstrate the safe handling of refrigerants. : 30
---- Apprentice will be able to charge and verify proper operation of various refrigerant systems. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 50
---- Apprentice will be able to disassemble and reassemble an engine using recommended procedures. : 50
---- Apprentice will be able to describe the theory of operation of internal combustion engines.   : 50
---- Apprentice will be able to utilize a dynamometer to measure engine performance and diagnostic testing procedures.  : 50
---- Apprentice will be able to describe the theory of operation of various types of fuel systems. : 50
---- Apprentice will be able to perform diagnostic and repair procedures on various fuel systems. : 50
---- Apprentice will have knowledge of the legal limitations with respect to repairing fuel systems. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 60
---- Apprentice will be able to demonstrate understanding the theory of power-train systems. : 60
---- Apprentices will be able to explain the theory of operation of mechanical, partial-powershift, full-powershift, and infinitely variable transmissions. : 60
---- Apprentice will be able to diagnose, disassemble, and reassemble various power-train systems. : 60
---- Apprentice will be able to explain the theory of operation of brakes (wet and dry), torsion dampers, and torque converters.  : 60
---- Apprentice will be able to diagnose, disassemble, and reassemble various brake (wet and dry), torsion damper, and torque converters. : 60
---- Apprentice will be able to demonstrate understanding of final drive systems. : 60
---- Apprentice will be able to diagnose, disassemble, and reassemble various final drive and differential systems. : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 45
---- Apprentice will be able to describe the fundamentals of various harvesting systems. : 45
---- Apprentice will be able to perform maintenance, diagnostic, and repair procedures on various harvesting equipment. : 45
---- Apprentice will be able to set up and adjust harvesting equipment prior to in-field use to optimize performance according to conditions. : 45
New Hours 45
Total Hours 45
---- Apprentice will be able to describe the fundamentals of machine operation including proper tractor compatibility. : 45
---- Apprentice will be able to demonstrate knowledge of primary and secondary tillage practices. : 45
---- Apprentice will be able to set up and adjust various tillage, seeding, and chemical application equipment prior to field use. : 45
---- Apprentice will be able to perform maintenance, diagnostic, and repair procedures on various tillage, seeding, and chemical application equipment. : 45
---- Apprentice will be able to set up and adjust tillage, seeding and chemical application equipment prior to and in-field use to optimize tractor and implement performance according to conditions. : 45
---- Apprentice will have knowledge of laws associated with tillage, seeding, and chemical applications. : 45
---- Apprentice will be able to demonstrate use of protective apparatus when diagnosing, maintaining, and repairing chemical application equipment.   : 45
New Hours 45
Total Hours 10
---- Apprentice will demonstrate understanding of their role in service department operation and profitability. : 10
---- Apprentice will be able to properly complete a time card and work order. : 10
---- Apprentice will be able to communicate the complaint, the cause, and the correction of work performed. : 10
---- Apprentice will be able to locate and utilize all service information resources. : 10
---- Apprentice will be able to demonstrate a positive attitude towards customer relations. : 10
---- Apprentice will have an awareness of continuing education opportunities.  : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 12
---- Apprentice will be able to demonstrate proficiency in using Service ADVISOR. : 12
---- Apprentice will be able to explain what Service ADVISOR™ will be used for on the job. : 12
---- Apprentice will be able to identify Service ADVISOR™ program features and benefits. : 12
---- Apprentice will be able to identify software and hardware requirements. : 12
---- Apprentice will be able to install software, perform updates to software, and load new data disks. : 12
---- Apprentice will be able to be able to load old or historical data disks. : 12
---- Apprentice will be able to understand when/how to be connected to the network. : 12
---- Apprentice will be able to understand the license agreement. : 12
---- Apprentice will be able to properly setup, calibrate, and diagnose John Deere equipment using Service ADVISOR™. : 12
---- Apprentice must score a minimum of 80% on the Service ADVISOR™– Methods and Techniques – Assessment to be eligible for graduation from the JD TECH Program. : 12
New Hours 12






#13408 Drafter, Civil



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1650
---- Use and Care of Drafting Equipment : 1650
---- Lettering and Titling : 1650
---- Blueprint and Map Reading : 1650
---- Tracing : 1650
---- Plotting and Mapping : 1650
---- Filing of Plans : 1650
---- Basic Surveying and Care of Surveying Equipment : 1650
---- Preparation of Charts and Graphs : 1650
---- Model Making : 1650
---- Operation of Office Machines - Calculator, Planimeter, Pantograph, Drafting Machines : 1650
New Hours 1650
Total Hours 1650
---- Orientation : 1650
---- Roads, Curbs, and Drainage Structures (plan, elevation, profile and sections) : 1650
---- Estimating of Quantities and Costs : 1650
---- Computation of Horizontal and Vertical Curve : 1650
---- Detailing of Bridges : 1650
---- Field Surveying and Investigations : 1650
---- Ozalid printing : 1650
---- Assessment Rolls : 1650
New Hours 1650
Total Hours 1600
---- Orientation : 1600
---- Layout and Preparation of Land Maps and Gathering Survey Data from other Agencies : 1600
---- Computation of Land Areas : 1600
---- Traverse and Triangulation Computations : 1600
---- Field Surveying and Investigations including Procuring of Land Maps and Other Information : 1600
New Hours 1600
Total Hours 1500
---- Orientation : 1500
---- Preparation of Piping and Electrical Layouts and Diagrams : 1500
---- Waterline Plans and Profiles : 1500
---- Detailing of Special Waterworks Structures : 1500
---- Estimating of Quantities and Costs : 1500
---- Field Surveying and Investigations : 1500
New Hours 1500

Technical Instruction








#13409 Mechatronics Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 250
---- Identifies contact points within organization : 250
---- Follows company policies and regulations : 250
---- Recognizes safety, health and environmental requirements : 250
---- Recognizes safety machinery procedures : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 100
---- Ensure proper communication between shifts, operations and supervision : 100
---- Establishes trust and rapport with operators, supervisors and others : 100
---- Willingly asks questions about things not fully understood : 100
---- Maintains proper documentation, logs and calibration records : 100
---- Regards the safety of others by assisting and teaching : 100
---- Willingly asks questions when not fully understood : 100
---- Reliably follows the instructions of others : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Reads and interprets vendor information : 100
---- Reads and interprets Process and Instrumentation Diagram (PandID) and process and control loop drawings : 100
---- Reads and interprets electrical drawings : 100
---- Reads and interprets fluid power (hydraulics/pneumatics) drawings : 100
---- Reads and interprets mechanical drawings : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 50
---- Installs and uses anti-virus software according to security policy : 50
---- Adds user accounts to a PC : 50
---- Uses a tablet device : 50
---- Access the internet to retrieve information, configures wired and wireless networking. Installs applications : 50
---- Uses basic computer office tools : 50
---- Uses a PC with appropriate Windows or Linux operating systems : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 100
---- Checks, lubricates and powers up equipment : 100
---- Verifies proper current draw of equipment and equipment operation according to sequence of operation : 100
---- Verifies proper operation of all safety devices and circuits on equipment, checks and verifies circuits on the equipment : 100
---- Aligns and adjusts shafts, motors, belts and chains on equipment : 100
---- Adds pneumatic or hydraulic components and lines to a machine : 100
---- Connects compressed air to a machine from a supply header and verifies proper air pressures and volumes for equipment : 100
---- Properly lays out, cuts, drills, taps and assembles a control station for an addition to existing equipment : 100
---- Properly sizes, installs, labels and tests circuit conductors for adding a component or interlocking equipment : 100
---- Installs proper mounts and raceways for adding a component (such as a sensor) or interlocking equipment : 100
---- Verifies proper voltage and phasing, grounding and proper guards are in place : 100
---- Verifies circuit size and protection : 100
---- Levels a machine (non-critical machines +/- 1/8”) : 100
---- Locates machine according to print : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 400
---- Adjusts and modifies guards and validates safe operation meets compliance : 400
---- Determines if proper guards are in place : 400
---- Measures and adjusts belt speed : 400
---- Sets and adjusts tracking : 400
---- Reverses direction of travel : 400
---- Adjusts height and distance to adjoining belts : 400
---- Assembles rollers and belts : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 2000
---- Installs and troubleshoots vacuum systems components : 2000
---- Installs and troubleshoots fluid power components : 2000
---- Installs and troubleshoots electrical control components : 2000
---- Installs and troubleshoots electronic sensors and components : 2000
---- Installs and troubleshoots electrical components : 2000
---- Installs and troubleshoots key mechanical components : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 1000
---- Troubleshoots equipment or process utilizing PLC or PAC that implements closed loop process control and general purpose multi-axis motion control : 1000
---- Properly installs and terminates wiring for low level analog signals : 1000
---- Troubleshoots a PLC or a PLC controlled machine or process by observing input and output conditions and monitoring program in real-time : 1000
---- Adds a function to a machine or process that requires wiring of additional I/O and basic ladder logic programming : 1000
---- Troubleshoots equipment by observing PLC indicator lights and PLC ladder diagram (relays, timers and counters) : 1000
---- Changes preset timer and counter values, applies and removes forces from program : 1000
---- Configures and connects a laptop or other programming device to a PLC to upload, download and save program : 1000
---- Selects and appropriately connect sinking and sourcing inputs and outputs : 1000
---- Connects power and digital input/output wiring to PLC : 1000
---- Installs basic components of a PLC including racks, Ethernet, power supply, processor and single point digital input/output modules : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 80
---- Composition : 80
---- Speech/Communications : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 100
---- Intro-Algebra : 100
---- Trigonometry : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Industrial Safety : 100
---- PPE : 100
---- First Aid : 100
---- NFPA70e : 100
---- Lock-out/Tag-out : 100
New Hours 100






#13405 Load Dispatcher



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Print Reading : 200
---- Market Operations : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 600
---- Word, Excel, Passport, and Outlook : 600
---- OSI-Pi : 600
---- Spillway : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 350
---- High Performance Work Teams : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 4000
---- EMS Controls : 4000
---- SCADA : 4000
---- Issuing Clearances and Hot Line Holds : 4000
---- Water Control : 4000
---- System Reliability : 4000
New Hours 4000
Total Hours 450
---- Safe operation of people and equipment within power plants : 450
---- Emergency action plan : 450
---- Oil spill prevention : 450
---- Clearances : 450
---- Lock-out/tag-out : 450
---- Blackstart confined space : 450
---- First aid : 450
---- Tailboards : 450
---- Defensive driving : 450
New Hours 450
Total Hours 500
---- DORS (Dispatch Outage Report System) : 500
---- Reporting : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction








#13407 Substation Operator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 120
---- Service, regional, local, and section organization : 120
---- Training requirements : 120
---- Routine operational procedures : 120
---- Fire prevention and protection equipment : 120
New Hours 120
Total Hours 160
---- Powerplants : 160
---- Pumping plants : 160
---- Dams : 160
---- Switch yards : 160
---- Intakes : 160
---- Fish facilities : 160
---- Water control facilities : 160
---- Computer systems : 160
---- SOPs, EPPs, and special orders : 160
---- Single line drawings : 160
---- Safe clearance procedures : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 800
---- AC/DC theory : 800
---- Motor/generator theory : 800
---- Protective relaying theory : 800
---- Single line and schematic diagrams : 800
---- Computer logics : 800
---- Math/computation of power, KVA, water, etc. : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 500
---- Air compressors and associated piping : 500
---- Plant water and sewage facilities : 500
---- Batteries and DC distribution : 500
---- AC distribution : 500
---- Oil storage, transfer, pumps and piping : 500
---- Cooling water pumps and piping : 500
---- Fire protection - pumps and piping - CO2 systems : 500
---- Equipment lubrication and cleaning : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 250
---- Butterfly valves : 250
---- Fixed wheel gates, coaster gates, leaf gates : 250
---- Hollow jet, jet flow, tube valves : 250
---- Drum gates, radial gates, regulating gates : 250
---- Stop logs : 250
---- Siphon breakers : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 1000
---- Windings : 1000
---- Bearings : 1000
---- Turbines : 1000
---- Governors : 1000
---- Voltage regulation equipment : 1000
---- Lubrication systems, braking, jacking : 1000
---- Cooling systems : 1000
---- Fire protection systems : 1000
---- Annunciator systems : 1000
---- Protective relays : 1000
---- Normal operating parameters, corrective actions, abnormal situations : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 250
---- Types (potential, current, power) : 250
---- Oil systems and associated piping : 250
---- Cooling systems and piping : 250
---- Gas systems : 250
---- Limitations and protective devices : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 200
---- Oil breakers : 200
---- Air breakers : 200
---- Gas breakers : 200
---- Protective relaying : 200
---- Types of disconnects : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Switchyard configurations : 200
---- AC distribution systems : 200
---- DC distribution systems : 200
---- Water systems : 200
---- Oil systems : 200
---- Fire protection systems : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 100
---- Characteristics : 100
---- Limitations : 100
---- Protective relaying : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 1000
---- System monitoring capabilities : 1000
---- System control capabilities : 1000
---- System analysis capabilities : 1000
---- CRT control functions : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1300
---- Unit starting/stopping/condensing : 1300
---- Station service auxiliaries : 1300
---- Water control facilities : 1300
---- Transformers and auxiliaries : 1300
---- Circuit breakers and disconnects : 1300
---- Transmission switching : 1300
---- Computer operation : 1300
---- Clearances, special conditions, general switching : 1300
---- Inspections : 1300
---- Fish facilities : 1300
New Hours 1300
Total Hours 820
---- Corrective actions for abnormal plant conditions : 820
---- Protective relaying : 820
---- Safe clearance procedure : 820
---- Switchman certification : 820
---- Log keeping, trouble reporting, monthly reports, load surveys : 820
---- Chain of command for decision making : 820
New Hours 820
Total Hours 400
---- Safety and accident prevention : 400
---- First aid and CPR : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction








#13403 Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13404 Powerhouse Mechanic



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- Learning names of tools : 200
---- Learning use of hand tools : 200
---- Learning use of power tools : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Drill Press : 200
---- Drilling, reaming, etc. : 200
---- Pedestal Grinder : 200
---- Flat grinding : 200
---- Angular grinding : 200
---- Pipe Threading Machine : 200
---- Pipe threading : 200
---- Bolt threading : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 1000
---- Learn how to move and dismantle equipment : 1000
---- Learn how to level, align and assemble equipment : 1000
---- Learn how to diagnose mechanical difficulties : 1000
---- Learn how to replace worn or broken parts : 1000
---- Learn how to fit bearings : 1000
---- Identify gears : 1000
---- Identify structural steel : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 600
---- Learn pipe sizes : 600
---- Learn cutting and threading techniques : 600
---- Use hand tools : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 160
---- Learn sizes : 160
---- Learn cutting techniques : 160
---- Learn sweating : 160
---- Learn flaring and other connecting techniques : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 200
---- Identification : 200
---- Installation : 200
---- Repair and replace : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 120
---- Identify gasket and packing materials : 120
---- Learn proper selection and installation of gaskets and packing : 120
New Hours 120
Total Hours 2720
---- Boiler type, care, repair: Automatic combustion feed water, safety controls / Auxiliary equipment-pumps, blowers, safety valves, blowdown valves, fuel oil, water and steam flow metering / Safety feature-flame eye, pressure relief, low water protection, air fuel requirements, etc. / Chemical treatment of feed water and steam condensate : 2720
---- Turbines and Pumps: Line up and expansion provisions / Special packing conditions - carbon, etc. / Adjustment and special safety control-overspread trip, etc. / Interchangeability of steam power for electrically operated auxiliaries : 2720
---- Traps: Maintenance and repair : 2720
---- Heat Exchangers: Enclosed tubular / Meter, remote, and automatic controls : 2720
New Hours 2720
Total Hours 600
---- High and low pressure steam lines : 600
---- Condense return lines : 600
---- Hydraulic systems : 600
---- Water lines : 600
---- Air lines : 600
---- Vacuum lines : 600
---- Acid lines : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 1200
---- Motors and generators : 1200
---- Wiring and conduit : 1200
---- Controllers, starters, push button circuit, etc. : 1200
---- Major mill power distribution circuits : 1200
---- Circuit breakers : 1200
---- Electrical instruments: Ammeter / Volt meter / Continuity testers / Wattmeter / Synchroscope : 1200
---- Circuit marking and tracing : 1200
---- Control devices, timers, starting delay : 1200
---- A.C., Power 3 phase, single phase and various voltages : 1200
---- D.C. power : 1200
---- Lightening : 1200
New Hours 1200

Technical Instruction








#13402 Energy 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 500
---- Trade Orientation : 500
---- OSHA 10-Hour : 500
---- CPR/First Aid/AED : 500
---- Construction Fall Protection : 500
---- Energy Standards and Codes : 500
---- Professional Etiquette : 500
---- Safety Data Sheets : 500
---- Green Awareness : 500
---- Diversity Training : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 700
---- EE Product Recognition : 700
---- Hand and Power Tools : 700
---- Ladders : 700
---- Blower Door Testing Equipment : 700
---- Duct Testing Equipment : 700
---- Sealants and Weatherstripping : 700
---- Equipment Maintenance : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 700
---- Material Handling : 700
---- Floor, Ceiling and Wall Insulation : 700
---- Door and Window Replacement : 700
---- Water Conservation and Efficiency : 700
---- Lighting Efficiency and Replacement : 700
---- Appliance Efficiency and Replacement : 700
---- Moisture Control : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 500
---- Blower Door Test : 500
---- Duct Test : 500
---- Energy Analysis : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 100
---- Construction Skills : 100
---- Print Reading : 100
---- Communication and Leadership Training : 100
New Hours 100






#13400 Maintenance Repairer, Building



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 125
---- Terminology : 125
---- Maintenance Procedures : 125
---- Safety training : 125
---- Asbestos abatement : 125
---- Lead-based paint abatement : 125
---- Fire prevention : 125
---- Application of Building Codes : 125
---- Energy conservation : 125
New Hours 125
Total Hours 150
---- Hand tools : 150
---- Power tools : 150
---- Electrical test equipment : 150
---- Refrigeration test equipment : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 325
---- Trouble shooting : 325
---- Unit replacement : 325
---- Component repair : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 350
---- Maintain permanent records on each unit : 350
---- Maintain record of warranty : 350
---- Equipment inventory : 350
---- Spare parts : 350
---- Requisition for new and replacement parts : 350
New Hours 350

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 7
---- Understanding the basic requirements of the program : 7
---- Understand how personal skill development affects employability : 7
---- Understand principles of effective interpersonal skills, including group dynamics, conflict resolution, and negotiation : 7
---- Understand the importance of good academic skills, critical thinking and problem solving skills in the workplace : 7
---- Understand principles of effective communication : 7
---- Understand occupational safety issues, including avoidance of physical hazards : 7
New Hours 7
Total Hours 5
---- Understand career paths and strategies for obtaining employment : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 4
---- Understand and adapt to changing technology : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- Understand the importance of ethics in the industry : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 35
---- Understand building maintenance fundamentals : 35
---- Understand general shop safety : 35
---- Identify emergency first aid procedures : 35
---- Analyze hand tools : 35
---- Analyze power tools : 35
---- Analyze measuring instruments : 35
---- Understand blueprints and building codes : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 35
---- Understand exterior safety procedures : 35
---- understand the importance of work site safety issues : 35
---- Understand procedures and techniques of working with exterior doors : 35
---- Understand procedures and techniques of using door operating hardware : 35
---- Understand procedures and techniques of installing exterior windows : 35
---- Understand the principles of cleaning exterior windows : 35
---- Understand procedures and techniques of applying exterior siding : 35
---- Understand procedures and techniques of identifying and correcting exterior trim problems : 35
---- Understand procedures and techniques of identifying and correcting roof problems : 35
---- Understand procedures and techniques of installing weatherproofing : 35
New Hours 35
Total Hours 25
---- Understand interior finishing safety practices : 25
---- Identify materials and equipment used in providing interior finishes : 25
---- Understand the procedures and techniques of interior wall paneling : 25
---- Understand the procedures and techniques of floor covering : 25
---- Understand the procedures and techniques of insulation : 25
---- Understand the procedures and techniques of ceramic tile : 25
---- Understand the procedures and techniques of wall and floor framing : 25
---- Understand the procedures and techniques of finishing floors and walls : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 25
---- Understand the importance of work site safety in finishing procedures : 25
---- Understand the procedures and techniques of preparing surfaces : 25
---- Understand the procedures and techniques of finishing materials : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 25
---- Understanding the importance of safety and safe work practices : 25
---- Demonstrate techniques for joining pipes : 25
---- Demonstrate techniques used in water systems : 25
---- Demonstrate techniques used in fixtures and appliance : 25
---- Demonstrate techniques used to maintain and repair plumbing : 25
---- Understand the principles of drainage systems : 25
---- Demonstrate skills in cleaning plumbing fixtures : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 45
---- Understand the importance of electrical safety and safe work practices : 45
---- Demonstrate skills in troubleshooting techniques : 45
---- Demonstrate skills in working with conduit : 45
---- Demonstrate skills in wiring circuits : 45
---- Demonstrate and ability to use electronic test equipment : 45
---- Perform minor repairs : 45
New Hours 45






#13399 Chief of Party



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 4000
---- : 4000
New Hours 4000
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 440
---- : 440
New Hours 440
Total Hours 8
---- : 8
New Hours 8

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 54
---- Principles of Coordinate Geometry : 54
---- Survey Measuring Systems, Research, and Note Keeping : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Advanced Coordinate Geometry and Curve Calculations : 54
---- Complex Field Problems and Accuracy Requirements : 54
---- Field and Office Calculating Techniques : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Laptop Surveying : 54
---- Photogrammetry : 54
---- Topographic Surveying: Analysis and Review : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Introduction to Plan Reading : 54
---- Grading Plans for Subdivision/Construction Projects : 54
---- Subdivision Improvement Plans : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Construction Plan Reading, Survey Control and Layout : 54
---- Case Study of Multi-Story Building – Structural : 54
---- Plans and Layout for Other Major Construction Projects : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Triangulation and Trilateration : 54
---- State Plane Coordinate System : 54
---- Astronomy for Surveyors : 54
---- Modern Positioning Systems : 54
---- Dredging and Hydrographic Surveys : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- U. S. Public Land Surveys : 54
---- Property Surveys : 54
New Hours 54






#13397 Surveyor Assistant Instrument



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 340
---- : 340
New Hours 340
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 350
---- : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 8
---- : 8
New Hours 8

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 108
---- Overview of the Survey Industry : 108
---- Basic Field Operations and Setting Survey Points : 108
---- Basic Measurement Techniques in Surveying : 108
---- Introduction to Angle Measuring and Field Instruments : 108
---- Introduction to Leveling : 108
---- Introduction To Topographic Surveys : 108
---- Apprentice Skills Evaluation – Field Final : 108
New Hours 108
Total Hours 18
---- Basic Mathematics Related To Surveying : 18
---- Algebra And Geometry Related To Surveying : 18
---- Direction And Location Measuring Systems : 18
New Hours 18
Total Hours 108
---- Apprentice Responsibilities and Public Relations : 108
---- Field Notes : 108
---- Identification of Monuments: Review Metric and English Measuring Systems : 108
---- Linear Measurements : 108
---- Introduction to Station and Location Systems : 108
---- Review of Angles, Bearings, and Instruments : 108
---- Leveling Methods : 108
---- Global Positioning System (GPS) : 108
---- Plan Reading and Grade Sheets : 108
---- Introduction to Construction Surveys : 108
New Hours 108
Total Hours 100
---- Review of Measuring Systems : 100
---- Review of Angles, Bearings, and Location Systems : 100
---- Trigonometry : 100
---- Slope Staking : 100
---- Electronic Distance Measuring and Recording : 100
---- GPS Basics and Field Procedures : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 102
---- Coordinate Geometry : 102
---- GPS Coordinate Systems : 102
---- Oblique Triangle Solutions : 102
---- Horizontal and Vertical Curves : 102
---- Traverse Surveys : 102
New Hours 102






#13393 Operations Assistant (Energy)



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13395 Glazier



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 500
---- Trade Orientation : 500
---- OSHA 10-Hour : 500
---- CPR/First Aid/AED : 500
---- Construction Fall Protection : 500
---- Safety Data Sheets : 500
---- Standards and Codes : 500
---- Print Reading : 500
---- Green Awareness : 500
---- Diversity Training : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 1000
---- Material Recognition : 1000
---- Basic Metal Framing : 1000
---- Doors and Windows : 1000
---- Sealants : 1000
---- Thermal Barriers : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Glass Handling Safety : 1000
---- Glass Cutting : 1000
---- Store Front : 1000
---- Curtain Wall : 1000
---- Door and Door Frames : 1000
---- Exit and Electrical Security : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Integrated Photovoltaic : 1000
---- Custom and Art Glazing : 1000
---- Fabrication Skills : 1000
---- Insulation : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 368
---- UBC Rigging and Signaler Qualification Certificate : 368
---- Transit Level/Laser : 368
---- Powered Industrial Truck Operator Qualification : 368
---- Aerial Lift Qualification : 368
---- Light Gage Welding : 368
---- Structural Welding : 368
---- Supervisory Training : 368
New Hours 368






#13390 Exterminator, Termite



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 1000
---- : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction








#13391 Facility Manager



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0

Technical Instruction








#13389 Butcher, All-Round



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 500
---- Identification of animals : 500
---- Identification of sick or injured animals : 500
---- Placement of animals in proper holding pens : 500
---- Insuring ownership of animals received : 500
---- Cleaning of holding pens and animals prior to slaughtering : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 1200
---- Safety and humane conditions exist : 1200
---- Skinning procedures : 1200
---- Breaking carcasses : 1200
---- Recovery of offal : 1200
New Hours 1200
Total Hours 2000
---- Unloading cattle : 2000
---- Salting hides : 2000
---- Cattle knocking : 2000
---- Cattle shackling : 2000
---- Cattle sticking and bleeding : 2000
---- Cattle head skinning and removing : 2000
---- Handling beef offal : 2000
---- Opening paunches and cleaning tripe : 2000
---- Cleaning beef casings : 2000
---- Washing and shrouding cattle : 2000
---- Break hind legs : 2000
---- Opening up cattle and removing viscera : 2000
---- Skinning of sides, flanks and shoulders : 2000
---- Rumping and backing cattle : 2000
---- Dropping hides and splitting necks : 2000
---- Scoring and splitting rumps : 2000
---- Finish splitting cattle : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 2000
---- Unloading hogs : 2000
---- Shackling hogs : 2000
---- Dropping hogs : 2000
---- Scalding hogs : 2000
---- Taking out leaf lard : 2000
---- Shaving hogs : 2000
---- Cutting tongues out of heads : 2000
---- Boning hog heads : 2000
---- Dropping heads : 2000
---- Opening hogs and removing viscera : 2000
---- Splitting hogs : 2000
New Hours 2000
Total Hours 1000
---- Breaking cattle : 1000
---- Sawing beef plate : 1000
---- Cutting rib from chuck : 1000
---- Taking front shank off : 1000
---- Removing and boning neck : 1000
---- Removing beef from blade bone : 1000
---- Removing all bones from chuck : 1000
---- Boning out spencer roll : 1000
---- Removing all bones from rib : 1000
---- Sawing round from loin : 1000
---- Removing beef fillet : 1000
---- Removing loin butt : 1000
---- Removing loin strip : 1000
---- Removing aitchbone from round : 1000
---- Removing and boning shank : 1000
---- Removing and boning round : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 1000
---- Cleaning pigs’ feet : 1000
---- Sawing feet off : 1000
---- Sawing shoulders off : 1000
---- Scribing pork loins : 1000
---- Sawing hams off : 1000
---- Squaring bellies : 1000
---- Taking out neck bones : 1000
---- Squaring shoulders : 1000
---- Removing ribs from bellies : 1000
---- Pulling pork loins : 1000
---- Rimming hams for curing : 1000
---- Boning and trimming hams and shoulders for processing : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 300
---- Breaking of carcass : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 400
---- Breaking of carcass : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 200
---- Handling of fresh birds : 200
---- Smoked and cured : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Rendering : 200
---- Packaging : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 600
---- Proper cleaning of work area : 600
---- Proper handling and care of tools : 600
---- Care and cleaning of blocks, saws and cooler : 600
---- Refrigeration machines : 600
---- Care of slicer, grinder, electric saws : 600
New Hours 600

Technical Instruction








#13387 Web Developers



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 120
---- The purpose of this introductory course is to establish comfort and familiarity working in a code editor, writing and validating instructions in a markup language, and manipulating screen objects by changing properties and tags. Students will build a strong software development foundation and learn how to use HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and various libraries to create fully functional web apps. This course guides students toward developing a well-rounded foundation of skills necessary for modern web development. These skills include HTML, CSS, and JavaScript coding; utilizing Git workflow processes; project organization; designing with wireframing; and employing introductory Agile development methods. : 120
New Hours 120
Total Hours 120
---- The purpose of this course is to extend the basic principles of web development into more dynamic web apps and interactive websites. Becoming a well-rounded developer is much more than learning language syntax. In this intensive course, you will study the common core of software development, including MVC architecture, object-oriented and functional programming, and computer science fundamentals such as basic data structures and algorithms. Come learn how to create and launch web apps in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, with the help of third-party APIs and libraries from around the web. : 120
New Hours 120






#13388 Tree Trimmer (Line Clearance)



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 1500
---- : 1500
New Hours 1500
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 600
---- : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 50
---- : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Identification of utility system components :
---- Conductivity and resistance of various tools :
---- Demonstrate phase to phase and phase to ground :
---- Simulate Direct and Indirect contacts :
---- Minimum working distances :
---- Conductive tools, clothing, antennas and various hazards :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Axe :
---- Hand saw :
---- Pole saw and pole pruner :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Safety precautions :
---- Operations :
---- Basic maintenance and troubleshooting :
---- Blade change and cutter bar rotation :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Evaluation of tree condition :
---- "Plan of attack" - communication between crew members :
---- Ladder, body thrust, foot lock and tree - gaff methods :
---- Rope, belt, and tool inspection :
---- Tieing in - second evaluation - communication :
---- Sending and receiving tools :
---- Clearing the Line - use of tools, rope and rigging :
---- Shaping the tree :
---- Aerial rescue :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Condition of tree: Possible rot, widow makers and line of fall :
---- Shape and balance of tree :
---- Lean of tree :
---- Wind force and direction :
---- Use of ropes and rigging :
---- Public protection :
New Hours






#13385 Early Childhood Education Associate Teacher



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 45
---- Child Growth and Development: Apprentices examine the major physical, psychosocial, and cognitive/language developmental milestones for children, both typical and atypical, from conception through adolescence. There is an emphasis on interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors. While studying developmental theory and investigative research methodologies, apprentices will observe children, evaluate individual differences and analyze characteristics of development at various stages. : 45
New Hours 45
Total Hours 45
---- Child, Family and Community: Apprentices examine the developing child in a societal context focusing on the inter-relationship of the family, school and community, and emphasizing historical and socio-cultural factors. The processes of socialization and identity development are highlighted, showing the importance of respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families. Topics covered include: social influences on parenting styles, communication, child-rearing and the relationships between the child, family and school. : 45
---- Sociology of the Family: Social factors which contribute to marriage and family. Changing historic, economic, and socio-cultural forces that shape intimate and familial relationships. : 45
New Hours 45






#13386 Tool and Die Maker



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#13384 Teacher Assistant with Associate Teacher Permit



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- Knowledge about child development and learning: Developmental domains : 300
---- Knowledge about child development and learning: Factors that contribute to development : 300
---- Facilitating child development and learning: The role of families : 300
---- Facilitating child development and learning: Preschool development and learning : 300
---- Facilitating child development and learning: Learning through play : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 175
---- Respect for all differences and similarities: Cultural diversity of families : 175
---- Respect for all differences and similarities: Receptive to all families : 175
---- Cultural and language development and learning: Approaches to learning : 175
---- Cultural and language development and learning: Understanding cultural perspectives of self and others : 175
---- Cultural and language development and learning: Culturally and linguistically inclusive communication and practices : 175
---- Culturally inclusive learning environments: Visual representation of diversity : 175
---- Culturally inclusive learning environments: Language diversity : 175
New Hours 175
Total Hours 175
---- Supporting children's emotional development: Expression of emotions : 175
---- Supporting children's emotional development: Empathy : 175
---- Supporting children's emotional development: Self-regulation : 175
---- Social-emotional climate: Positive relationships : 175
---- Socialization and guidance: Appropriate expectations for behavior : 175
---- Socialization and guidance: Encouraging children's efforts : 175
New Hours 175
Total Hours 175
---- Communication with families: Home language : 175
---- Communication with families: Family preferences for communication : 175
---- Relationships with children and families: Knowledge of families : 175
---- Relationships with children and families: Families as community members : 175
---- Community resources: Family functioning : 175
---- Community resources: Use of community resources : 175
New Hours 175
Total Hours 175
---- Dual-language program models and strategies: Engagement of young dual-language learners and their families : 175
---- Development of the home language and of English: Home language and English : 175
---- Development of the home language and of English: Knowledge of dual-language development : 175
---- Relationships with families of dual-language learners: Linguistic and cultural diversity : 175
New Hours 175
Total Hours 175
---- Observation: Concepts of observation : 175
---- Documentation: Strategies for documentation : 175
---- Interpretation, planning and implementation: Interpretation of documentation : 175
New Hours 175
Total Hours 175
---- Philosophy, policies and practices: Policies and procedures : 175
---- Developmentally and individually appropriate practice: Developmentally appropriate practice : 175
---- Collaboration with families and service providers: Families : 175
---- Collaboration with families and service providers: Teamwork on inclusion : 175
New Hours 175
Total Hours 175
---- Curriculum and curriculum planning: Principles of curriculum : 175
---- Environments, schedules, and routines: Schedules and daily routines : 175
---- Environments, schedules, and routines: Personal-care routines : 175
---- Strategies to support learning and development: Infant/toddler learning and development : 175
---- Strategies to support learning and development: Preschool learning and development  : 175
New Hours 175
Total Hours 175
---- Environmental health and, safety: Environmental health and safety policies and practices : 175
---- Environmental health and, safety: Supervision of children : 175
---- Emergency preparedness: Emergency plans : 175
---- Nutrition: Mealtime routines  : 175
---- Response to health requirements: Illness policies and practices : 175
---- Response to health requirements: Child abuse and neglect : 175
---- Response to health requirements: Infant/child CPR and pediatric first aid : 175
New Hours 175
Total Hours 100
---- Systems and change development: Team building : 100
---- Systems and change development: Cultivating leaders  : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Professional development: New ideas : 100
---- Professional development: Role models and mentors : 100
---- Professional development: Individual early childhood career development : 100
---- Professional development: Reflective practice : 100
---- Professional conduct and behaviors: Modes of communication : 100
---- Professional conduct and behaviors: Collaboration : 100
---- Professional conduct and behaviors: Ethical conduct : 100
---- Professional conduct and behaviors: Confidentiality and privacy : 100
---- Competence in a specialized body of knowledge: Domains of development : 100
---- Competence in a specialized body of knowledge: Developmentally, culturally and linguistically appropriate practice : 100
---- Competence in a specialized body of knowledge: Professional roles and responsibilities : 100
---- Commitment to lifelong learning : 100
New Hours 100

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 54
---- Students examine the major physical, psychosocial, and cognitive/language developmental milestones for children, both typical and atypical, from conception through adolescence. There is an emphasis on interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors. While studying developmental theory and investigative research methodologies, students will observe children, evaluate individual differences and analyze characteristics of development at various stages. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Students examine the developing child in a societal context focusing on the inter-relationship of the family, school, and community and emphasizing historical and sociocultural factors. The processes of socialization and identity development are highlighted, showing the importance of respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families. Topics covered are: social influences on parenting styles, communication, child-rearing, and the relationships between the child, family, and the school is studied. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Principles and practices of play-based curriculum: Role of the teacher in facilitating children's learning through play-based activities; observation and assessment in planning curriculum. : 54
New Hours 54






#13382 Surgical Technologist



Time-Based Skills


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#13383 Surgical Technologist



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13380 Surgical Technologist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Environmental Safety :
---- Workplace Safety :
---- Professional Responsibilities and Relations :
---- Interpersonal Relations and Communications Skills :
---- Legal and Ethical Responsibilities :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Organization of the Human Body :
---- Biochemistry and Microbiology :
---- Infection, Immunology, and Sanitation :
---- Tissues, Membranes, and Wound Healing :
---- Integumentary System :
---- Skeletal System :
---- Muscular System :
---- Nervous System :
---- Endocrine System :
---- Special Senses :
---- Circulatory System – Vascular :
---- Lymphatic System :
---- Respiratory System :
---- Digestive System :
---- Urinary System :
---- Reproductive System – Male :
---- Reproductive System – Female :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Principles and Concepts of Aseptic Technique :
---- Scrubbing :
---- Gowning and Gloving :
---- Sterilization and Disinfection :
---- Operating Room Sanitation :
---- Special Techniques :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Preoperative Routine :
---- Positioning, Prepping and Draping :
---- Related Nursing Procedures :
---- Pediatric / Geriatric Care :
---- Death and Dying :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Operating Room Furniture and Accessory Equipment :
---- Instrumentation :
---- Sutures and Needles :
---- Dressings, Sponges, and Packing :
---- Catheters, Drains, Tubes, and Collecting Specimens :
---- Syringes and Hypodermic Needles :
---- Sponge, Needle, and Instrument Counts :
---- Establishing a Sterile Field :
New Hours






#13378 Drug and Alcohol Counselor



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 800
---- Demonstrate the ability to interview the client and peers to obtain an accurate history : 800
---- Observe and document psychosocial, social and physiological signs and symptoms of alcohol and drug use : 800
---- Create the diagnostic summary based on the assessment and interviews : 800
---- Explain the difference between tolerance and withdrawal : 800
---- Describe the effects of various drugs of abuse on the physiological systems : 800
---- Identify any Co- occurring disorders : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 800
---- Identify Community resources to ensure quality of care and ensure the treatment plan : 800
---- Follow documentation guidelines as per the IC&RC and complete the various types of documentation : 800
---- Utilize HIV community Resources and Metal Health resources within the community : 800
---- Utilize Disability services and employment services for clients : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 400
---- Understand the four stages of group development and understand group process : 400
---- Identify the processes individuals experience in group therapy : 400
---- Learn Family counseling identify the roles family members play : 400
---- Explain the difference between, interdependence, co- dependence and dependence : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 500
---- Utilize the key concepts with counseling approaches : 500
---- Understanding how to choose and change counseling approaches : 500
---- Identify the six stages of counseling and identifying skills in each : 500
---- Use Crisis intervention and understanding the causes of crisis intervention : 500
---- Provide addiction focused counseling to identify the difference between each stage of recovery : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 300
---- Provide guidelines for ethical decision making and learn the importance of ethics in counseling : 300
---- Understand the role of ethics in each stage of recovery and counseling : 300
---- Following the proper procedures used to protect client rights during their treatment : 300
New Hours 300

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 54
---- Initial Interviewing : 54
---- Biopsychosocial Assessment : 54
---- Diagnostic Summaries : 54
---- Differential Diagnosis (DSM) : 54
---- Pharmacology and Physiology : 54
---- Prenatal Alcohol Use and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: : 54
---- Assessment and Intervention : 54
---- Compulsive Gambling : 54
---- Co-Occurring Disorder Assessment : 54
---- Assessment Tools : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Introduction to Counseling : 54
---- Counseling Skills : 54
---- Crisis Intervention : 54
---- Addiction Focused Counseling : 54
---- Group Counseling : 54
---- Family Counseling : 54
---- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy : 54
---- Motivational Interviewing/ Motivational Enhancement Therapy : 54
---- Pharmacological Approaches to Nicotine Dependencies : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Community Resources : 54
---- Consultation : 54
---- Documentation : 54
---- HIV & Resources : 54
---- Mental Health Services : 54
---- State Child and Family Services : 54
---- Criminal Justice System : 54
---- Disability Services : 54
---- Employment services : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Addiction Recovery : 54
---- Psychological Client Education : 54
---- Biochemical/ Medical Client Education : 54
---- Sociocultural Client Education : 54
---- Addiction Recovery and Family Psychological Education : 54
---- Biochemical and Sociocultural Family Education : 54
---- Community and Professional Education : 54
---- Opiate and Stimulant Education : 54
---- Alcohol, Sedative and hallucinogens : 54
New Hours 54






#13375 Peer Recovery Specialist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 800
---- Must be able to define the addiction recovery process : 800
---- Must be able to describe the role of recovery coach and compare it to roles of friend, sponsor, counselor : 800
---- Able to define interpersonal boundaries maintained by professional recovery coach: use of story; access by email or phone; use of Facebook & social media : 800
---- Able to describe role boundaries within job assignment: whether they can transport; where recovery coaching meetings are to take place : 800
---- Able to identify scope of recovery coach practice related to mental health issues & when to make a referral : 800
---- Able to explain confidentiality, use of release of information form & when professional coach must act outside of these guidelines : 800
---- Able to define the key elements of a recovery plan & describe how plan is used : 800
---- Must be able to describe concept of recovery capital & how this is developed : 800
---- Able to describe health conditions that accompany addiction: AIDS, HIV, HEP C& process to make referrals to community healthcare providers : 800
---- Able to demonstrate, via role play, ability to actively listen : 800
---- Able to demonstrate, via role play, Motivational Interviewing techniques : 800
---- Able to describe role of recovery coach in helping reduce barriers to recovery : 800
---- Able to describe steps for Narcan use, both IM & nasal sprays : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 200
---- Documentation completion: follows guidelines for progress notes : 200
---- Documentation completion: follows guidelines to complete recovery plans : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Must demonstrate knowledge of resources that address cultural diversity: language interpreters; LGBTQ; gender-specific : 200
---- Must demonstrate ability to access resources related to different recovery pathways to provide referrals : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction








#13377 Addictions Counselor



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 600
---- Demonstrate verbal and non-verbal communication to establish rapport and promote engagement : 600
---- Discuss with the client the rationale, purpose, and procedures associated with the screening and assessment process to facilitate client understanding and cooperation : 600
---- Assess client's immediate needs by evaluating observed behavior and other relevant information including signs and symptoms of intoxication and withdrawal : 600
---- Administer appropriate evidence-based screening and assessment instruments specific to clients to determine their strengths and needs : 600
---- Obtain relevant history and related information from the client and other pertinent sources to establish eligibility and appropriateness of services : 600
---- Screen for physical needs, medical conditions, and co-occurring mental health disorders that might require additional assessment and referral : 600
---- Interpret results of screening and assessment and integrate all available information to formulate diagnostic impression and determine an appropriate course of action : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Formulate and discuss diagnostic assessment and recommendations with the client and concerned others to initiate an individualized treatment plan that incorporates client's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences : 600
---- Use ongoing assessment and collaboration with the client and concerned others to review and modify the treatment plan to address treatment needs : 600
---- Match client needs with community resources to facilitate positive client outcomes : 600
---- Discuss rationale for a referral with the client : 600
---- Communicate with community resources regarding needs of the client : 600
---- Advocate for the client in areas of identified needs to facilitate continuity of care : 600
---- Evaluate the effectiveness of case management activities to ensure quality service coordination : 600
---- Develop a plan with the client to strengthen ongoing recovery outside of primary treatment : 600
---- Document treatment progress, outcomes, and continuing care plans : 600
---- Utilize multiple pathways of recovery in treatment planning and referral : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Develop a therapeutic relationship with clients, families, and concerned others to facilitate transition into the recovery process : 600
---- Provide information to the client regarding the structure, expectations, and purpose of the counseling process : 600
---- Continually evaluate the client's safety, relapse potential, and the need for crisis intervention : 600
---- Apply evidence-based, culturally competent counseling strategies and modalities to facilitate progress towards completion of treatment objectives : 600
---- Assist families and concerned others in understanding substance use disorders and engage them in the recovery process : 600
---- Document counseling activity and progress towards treatment goals and objectives : 600
---- Provide information on issues of identity, ethnic background, age, sexual orientation, and gender as it relates to substance use, prevention and recovery : 600
---- Provide information about the disease of addiction and the related health and psychosocial consequences : 600
New Hours 600

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 37.5
---- This course provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the health aspects of the use and abuse of licit and illicit drugs and related social problems and prevention. : 37.5
New Hours 37.5
Total Hours 37.5
---- This course provides an overview of the counseling theories that are often used in human service and rehabilitation practices. : 37.5
New Hours 37.5
Total Hours 37.5
---- This course provides an in-depth understanding of the nature and functioning of groups in educational and agency settings and provides prospective counselors with experience in the group process. : 37.5
New Hours 37.5
Total Hours 37.5
---- This course provides an overview of diagnosis and assessment; models for chemical dependency prevention, counseling, and recovery; and contexts of chemical dependency treatment. : 37.5
New Hours 37.5
Total Hours 37.5
---- This course examines the helping professional’s role in primary and secondary prevention of substance abuse and related problems like delinquency, suicide, and pregnancy. : 37.5
New Hours 37.5






#13372 Software Developer 1



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- Identify and capture stakeholder requirements using customer interviews and surveys : 400
---- Build multiple use cases to describe each action that a user will take in the new system : 400
---- Understand and contribute to requirement specification documents : 400
---- Follow best practices around security, performance, and privacy optimizations : 400
---- Coordinate with beta test community, marketing, and other stakeholders : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 200
---- Work with stakeholders to understand requirements : 200
---- Specify and scope hardware and system requirements : 200
---- Identify and mitigate security threats and vulnerabilities that may arise from interactions with other systems, external and legacy code : 200
---- Block code using diagrams, mockups, or wireframes : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 600
---- Develop and write software code : 600
---- Perform unit testing and fix errors or bugs : 600
---- Connect to APIs and external libraries for relevant functions (e.g., data storage, ETL operations, image processing, payment systems) : 600
---- Prepare and connect to data services required to complete application objectives : 600
---- Build and process learning sets for machine learning or adaptive algorithms : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 400
---- Work with development team to create test plans : 400
---- Implement test cases : 400
---- Find and fix bugs : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 200
---- Perform training for end users : 200
---- Evaluate and fix bugs : 200
---- Prepare for and assist language localization teams, QA, and preparation for distribution channels : 200
---- Completion documentation : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction








#13373 Software Developer 2



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 600
---- Identify and capture stakeholder requirements using customer interviews and surveys : 600
---- Build multiple use cases to describe each action that a user will take in the new system : 600
---- Understand and contribute to requirement specification documents : 600
---- Follow best practices around security, performance, and privacy optimizations : 600
---- Coordinate with beta test community, marketing, and other stakeholders : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 600
---- Work with stakeholders to understand requirements : 600
---- Specify and scope hardware and system requirements : 600
---- Identify and mitigate security threats and vulnerabilities that may arise from interactions with other systems, external and legacy code : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 400
---- Review and compile project requirements : 400
---- Identify steps and challenges involved with any legacy code that will be preserved : 400
---- Consider available solution parameters (platforms, connectivity requirements, cost, staff resources) in consultation with project or product management : 400
---- Develop prototype solutions in consultation with software engineers : 400
---- Block code using diagrams, mockups, or wireframes to prepare for development and implementation : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 900
---- Develop and write software code : 900
---- Connect to APIs and external libraries for relevant functions (e.g., data storage, ETL operations, image processing, payment systems) : 900
---- Prepare and connect to data services required to complete application objectives : 900
---- Build and process learning sets for machine learning or adaptive algorithms : 900
---- Perform code reviews, unit testing, and bugfixes throughout the development process : 900
New Hours 900
Total Hours 700
---- Work with development team to create test plans : 700
---- Implement test cases : 700
---- Coordinate with QA staff and external beta testers, or preview release participants for feedback and data : 700
---- Analyze results and implement solutions : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 400
---- Perform training for end users : 400
---- Evaluate and fix bugs that may become apparent after : 400
---- Prepare for and assist language localization teams, QA, and preparation for distribution channels : 400
---- Completion documentation : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction








#13374 Application Developer (Software Developer, Applications)



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13370 Direct Support Professional



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 3
---- Health of participants : 3
---- Grooming of participants : 3
---- Toileting and basic hygiene needs of participants : 3
---- Human development needs of participants : 3
---- Human sexuality needs of participants : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Cleaning of household : 3
---- Ownership and responsibility of household : 3
---- Ability to be as self-sufficient as possible : 3
---- Knowledge of ranges of community transportation : 3
---- Appropriate menu planning for a healthy lifestyle : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 2
---- Assisting participants to use adaptive equipment : 2
---- Teaching participant how to properly use adaptive equipment : 2
---- Securing needed equipment : 2
---- Therapeutic equipment, physical and occupational therapy equipment  : 2
---- Assisting to repair or replace equipment : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Supporting connections to friends and advocates : 2
---- Opportunities to develop friendships and relationships : 2
---- Normal patterns of friendships and relationships : 2
---- Awareness of exploitation and abuse : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Awareness of human and civil rights of participants : 2
---- Barriers that participants face including exclusion, segregation, oppression : 2
---- Methods of full inclusion : 2
---- Quality of life for participants : 2
---- Learning preferences and choices : 2
---- Teaching strategies and principles of reinforcement : 2
---- Customized skills training for participants and recognition of unique learning styles : 2
---- Recognition of the unacceptability of punishment as teaching strategy : 2
---- Teaching that leads to support of personal choice and a self determined lifestyle  : 2
---- Recognition of barriers for participants to normal lifestyles : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 4
---- Receptive language: Expressive language / Comprehension / Barriers to and facilitation of communication : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- Verbal, non-verbal : 4
---- Writing, gestures, sign : 4
---- High tech: electronic : 4
---- Low tech: pen and paper : 4
---- Behavioral: full spectrum : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- Listening, responding, building rapport : 4
---- Recognition and interpretation of non-verbal communication : 4
---- Promoting and improving communication: With service participant | Within cultural context | Among other professionals | Facility with repair of communication breakdown | Strategies: Modeling / Contextual and cultural responding / Augmentative and alternative communication / Assistive technology / Environmental structuring / Etiquette and respect : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 3
---- Communication of pertinent information: Areas: services and supports, team, organization, regulation entities | Record of continuity and change : 3
---- Communication of pertinent information: Areas: services and supports, team, organization, regulation entities | Record of continuity and change : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Medical and physical/mental health : 3
---- Medication administration : 3
---- Behavioral support plans : 3
---- Personal goals and record of progress : 3
---- Incident and accident reports : 3
---- Team and organizational communications: logs, forms : 3
---- Data collection: Electronic: applicable hardware, software | Paper: forms, filings | Video and voice : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Timeliness and accuracy : 3
---- Fundamentals of report writing : 3
---- Fundamentals of verbal reporting : 3
---- Objective reporting : 3
---- Subjective, interpretative reporting : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Protection of integrity, privacy, and human rights : 3
---- Security of information: electronic, paper, verbal : 3
---- Releasing of information: Consent, authorization | Need-to-know basis: legal, regulatory, policy protections and exigencies : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Role of DSP : 3
---- Strengths-based approach : 3
---- Participant rights : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Role of DSP in helping participants design supports : 3
---- Choices in support services for participants : 3
---- Communication with participants about level of supports : 3
---- Recognition of person-centered supports and changing level of services if needed : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Access to self-advocacy services : 3
---- Knowledge of the self-advocacy movement : 3
---- Needs of participants in understanding self-advocacy services : 3
---- Role of DSP in helping participants to access self-advocacy services : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Balancing rights and risk of self-advocacy involvement and independent decision making : 3
---- Identification of various rights for participants : 3
---- Legislation that guides self-advocacy and participant empowerment : 3
---- Guardianship role in participants’ lives : 3
---- Legislative and programmatic protections for participants (human rights committees) : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 4
---- Assessment process: Collection of data | Structured observation, documentation, communication | Record reviews | Interviews | Ethical considerations: Accuracy and completeness / Respect, privacy, confidentiality : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- Comprehensive assessments: Spectrum of person’s past, present, future | Purpose: Funding and systems benefits / Personal support | Safety and risk management: Physical, medical, sensory / Cognitive, behavioral / Cultural, recreational : 4
---- Functional behavioral assessment: Challenging behavior: ID, plan, outcomes | Social history | Medical, mental, physical issues | Ethical boundaries : 4
---- Identification and use of assessment: Presenting strengths and barriers | Objectivity and descriptiveness | Cultural and personal context | Changing manifestations and needs | Recommendations, advocacy and referrals within role of DSP | Confidentiality : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- Definition : 4
---- Types : 4
---- Process : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 6
---- Nature and characteristics of beneficial types of formal and informal supports : 6
---- Value of informal supports: Roles family, friends, roommates, volunteers, neighbors, and co-workers can play | How informal supports can create a practical network of support for the focus person : 6
---- Finding, linking, and coordinating formal and informal supports to improve quality of life and assure well-being : 6
---- Engaging and supporting others in finding creative, rewarding and practical ways of supporting participant-defined life outcomes and forming a circle of support : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 6
---- Identifying the strengths, interests, and participant desire for community involvement: Providing multiple different opportunities for participant to explore community interests | Identifying community resources that are a good match for individuals | Discriminating between activities and events that are likely to lead to inclusion and those that are not : 6
---- Facilitating participation in community activities and events : 6
---- Supporting and communicating with other staff to promote ongoing involvement in community activities desired by participant : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 3
---- Organizing and coordinating activities that support: Growth | Development | Inclusion | Valued roles | Achievement of desired outcomes : 3
---- Assuring communication and understanding of all involved: 1.) DSPs | Participant | Family/guardian | Others in the formal and informal support network : 3
---- Monitoring well-being and progress : 3
---- Assuring high quality support : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Identifying features common to most types of person-centered, strength-based plans : 3
---- Valued roles and contributing roles : 3
---- Differentiating PCPs from traditional, deficit-based, service-focused, or medical model service plans : 3
---- Characteristics and examples of short term and long term person-centered outcomes : 3
---- Key differences between person-centered outcomes and service-centered outcomes and goals : 3
---- Roles that participants, family, friends, advocates, guardians and DSPs or other professionals fulfill in PCP : 3
---- Legal and ethical considerations in PCP : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Identifying activities to effectively prepare and help others prepare for planning sessions : 3
---- Methods of learning about individual preferences, goals and interests : 3
---- Assuring participant preferences, goals and interests are central to the plan : 3
---- Welcoming and supporting others in the planning circle of support : 3
---- Promoting and supporting the involvement of the focus person in the planning process : 3
---- Participatory planning techniques : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Availability of resources : 3
---- Intensity of support : 3
---- Preferences and motivation of the focus person : 3
---- Appropriateness of goals : 3
---- Skills of supporters : 3
---- Availability of informal support : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 12
---- Purpose : 12
---- Current, advanced, and next practices : 12
---- Non-mandated, competency-based trainings and education : 12
---- Nationally certified DSP credential : 12
---- Self-development : 12
---- Process : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 3
---- Knowledge of helping participants protect themselves from harm or abuse : 3
---- Identify common forms of abuse, neglect, and exploitation : 3
---- Abuse prevention strategies : 3
---- Recognizing signs of abuse, neglect, and exploitation : 3
---- State and employer requirements and protocols regarding mandated or other reporting of abuse, neglect, and exploitation : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Identify common barriers for participants to needed community resources : 3
---- Educates community when relevant to promoting the participant's inclusion in the community : 3
---- Knowledgeable about the range of support services available to participants : 3
---- Researches, initiates, and facilitates application for additional services as appropriate : 3
---- Promote full array of services needed to meet individual outcomes : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Educate service participants regarding abuse, neglect, and exploitation and strategies for prevention : 3
---- Promote the empowerment and self-confidence of service participants to speak out for themselves and others. : 3
---- Recognition and appropriate use of power and control DSP has in helping relationships; : 3
---- Assist the participant to make informed choices and make decisions : 3
---- Engage the participant in developing connections to advocacy groups : 3
---- Support participant involvement in self-advocacy. : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Promote full array of services needed to meet individual outcomes : 3
---- Identify common challenges and barriers to human, civil and legal rights for this (special population) : 3
---- Knowledge of human, legal and civil rights and their protections : 3
---- Protect the privacy and confidentiality of all participants : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 6
---- Assists participant in career exploration : 6
---- Continues to review opportunities and preferences made by participant reflecting the individual choice : 6
---- Knowledge about educational and vocational support options for participants : 6
---- Legal and civil rights for employment practices for participants in the program : 6
---- Job retention services for participants who work in the community : 6
---- Structured types of work settings for participants and how those settings support consumers : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 6
---- Working with community partners in support of the participants to develop job or vocational skills, including transition services : 6
---- Observing participant and recognizing unmet needs for service : 6
---- Serving as a team member supporting participant in community employment : 6
---- Advocating for the participant to their employer when changes are needed : 6
---- Knowledge of transportation needs of the participant to access community employment : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 3
---- Environmental and individual characteristics that may affect risk and safety of participants : 3
---- Assessing reasonable and necessary risk for participant growth or unnecessary and unreasonable risk : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Required certifications in crisis prevention and management (e.g., Fire Safety, First-Aid, Violence Prevention such as Mandated Reporter Training or CPI training.) : 3
---- Basic principles and techniques of conflict resolution : 3
---- Interventions to safeguard specific conditions of risk or predictable crises : 3
---- Recognizing patterns of incidents, conditions, behaviors, or activities that result in dangerous situations and require prevention plans : 3
---- Methods of arranging environmental, organizational, personal, and other conditions to prevent known risks and predictable crises : 3
---- Implementing risk management or PCPs : 3
---- Agency procedures, emergency egress, evacuation plans etc., that can mediate crises : 3
---- Ethical and procedural responsibilities when unsafe procedures or conditions are identified : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Implementing individualized safety plans, obtaining emergency assistance : 3
---- DSP self-management practices necessary in emergency or crises : 3
---- Communication with parties involved; documentation in accordance with standard operating procedures : 3
---- Review and refinement of prevention procedures and risk management plan as necessary : 3
---- Knowledge of appropriate limited use of aversive management practices including physical restraints and time out, and when such practices are not appropriate : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Definition, principles, application of PBS : 3
---- Recognizing behavior as communication : 3
---- Methods of functional assessment of behavior : 3
---- Comparison of positive practices with punitive and aversive practices : 3
---- Shifting methods of practices : 3
---- Role of DSP : 3
---- Preventing and managing challenging behavior : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 2
---- Competency-based training : 2
---- Voluntary credentialing : 2
---- Professional development plan, career goals : 2
---- Self-reflection, performance appraisals, and use of supervision in professional development : 2
---- Alignment with vision, mission, values of the organization : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Personal and professional : 2
---- Strategies : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 2
---- Role of teamwork in the human service environment : 2
---- Types of teams: work, project, inter-disciplinary, self-directed : 2
---- Building organizational alignment : 2
---- Roles and responsibilities : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 3
---- Peer mentoring strategies : 3
---- Performance evaluation and reporting : 3
---- Positive working relationships : 3
---- Role of skill mentor in U.S. Department of Labor Apprenticeship Program : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Understanding participatory decision-making : 3
---- Volunteering for committees, workgroups, planning sessions : 3
---- Membership in civic associations and community groups : 3
---- Membership in professional associations (e.g., NADSP Chapter) : 3
---- Self-advocacy participation : 3
---- Self-advocacy facilitation : 3
---- Educating legislators and policymakers as a citizen and DSP: meetings, letters, calls : 3
---- Recognition strategies with others : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 4
---- Defining natural social connections : 4
---- Importance of natural social connections in quality of life : 4
---- Exploring social roles desired by service participant : 4
---- Strategies to assist in relationship-building : 4
---- Strategies to assist participant in maintaining friendships and other natural social connections. : 4
---- Barriers to building and maintaining relationships : 4
---- DSP boundaries in supporting relationships : 4
---- Normal patterns of friendships and relationships : 4
---- Potential for exploitation and abuse in relationships : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- Benefits and challenges of social networks and community inclusion : 4
---- Strategies that DSPs can use to work in partnership with families : 4
---- Roles of a DSP in supporting community inclusion : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 4
---- Benefits and challenges of natural/informal supports : 4
---- Strategies to develop natural supports : 4
---- Coordination of informal and formal supports : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 6
---- Differentiate PCPs from traditional, deficit-based, service-focused, or medical model service plans : 6
---- Characteristics and examples of short term and long-term person-centered outcomes : 6
---- Identify key differences between person-centered outcomes and service-centered outcomes and goals : 6
---- Explore roles that participants, family, friends, advocates, guardians, and DSPs or other professionals fulfill in PCP : 6
---- Legal and ethical considerations in PCP : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 6
---- Integrates person-centered supports into daily activities : 6
---- Implements methods for ensuring that goals of person-centered plans are likely to be achieved and maintained over time : 6
---- Uses effective strategies to stay focused on person-centered approaches : 6
---- Looks for opportunities to help the person make choices, learn, get to know people, contribute and take on valued social roles : 6
---- Assists people being supported and teams in finding resources : 6
---- Examines why and how to support cultural differences in the person-centered process : 6
---- Discovers person-centered methods for assisting people to identify opportunities for participating in the culture and lifestyle of their families and communities : 6
---- Distinguishes between formal and informal supports; and realizes the benefits of integrating these : 6
---- Understands the importance of eliciting, respecting and actively supporting participant choices and preferences : 6
---- Explains how person-centered approaches and methods can be used to overcome barriers and challenges to relationships : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 2
---- Role of lifestyle choices in the promotion of health and wellness : 2
---- Educating participants about healthy lifestyles and fostering healthy lifestyle choices : 2
---- Knowledge of the annual routine medical and dental examinations, screenings, immunizations and procedures necessary to maintain good health. : 2
---- Engaging participant in choices and activities that contribute to good health : 2
---- Assisting individuals to take daily medications, therapies and specialized treatment in a timely and accurate way : 2
---- Maintaining updated training certificates in First-Aid, CPR, and Universal Precautions and models these skills for others : 2
---- Regulatory and organizational requirements for monitoring and documenting health/well being of participants : 2
---- Recognizing barriers people with disabilities face in obtaining high quality, coordinated health care support : 2
---- Assisting the participant to keep the people in his/her support team informed of health status : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 3
---- Methods of assisting the participant to understand health problems that arise and how to manage them : 3
---- Unique health care conditions of people he/she supports : 3
---- Procedures and interventions to follow in health care emergencies likely to occur with specific individuals, and conditions including use of risk assessment plans : 3
---- Communicate participant well-being to team members : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Knowledge of legal and organizational procedures regarding medication administration for people he/she supports : 3
---- Assisting people he/she supports in becoming self-directed in taking medications to the extent possible : 3
---- Defining psychotropic medications and the side effects that can occur : 3
---- Monitoring side effects using appropriate assessment, and tracking of data : 3
---- Administering psychotropic medication according to protocol and following medication administration error requirements : 3
---- Side effects associated with the specific medicines taken by people he/she supports and methods of monitoring for negative side effects : 3
---- Importance of heightened monitoring when individuals begin new medication protocols : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 2
---- Identifying the physical and environmental conditions necessary for health and wellness and methods of maintaining these conditions : 2
---- General health and safety procedures of the work environment and how to apply these at work : 2
---- Health and safety conditions unique to each person he/she supports and applying these in the work setting including : 2
New Hours 2






#13369 Direct Support Professional



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Technical Instruction


Total Hours 30
---- Apprentice becomes adept in verbal and written communication with and between staff, external team members and individuals. : 30
---- Apprentice learns to develop and convey verbal reports to colleagues and superiors. : 30
---- Apprentice learns to develop and document progress reports, and reports of unusual incidents. : 30
---- Apprentices will learn to read in context various reports, diagnoses, service plans. : 30
---- Apprentices will learn to use technical language : 30
---- Apprentices will develop the ability to read plans and infer the actions and activities needed to comply with plans and meet objectives. : 30
---- Apprentice will develop a vocabulary that includes professional and technical terminology. : 30
---- Apprentice will learn the proper use of grammar. : 30
---- Apprentice will learn and apply verb and tense agreement in their writing. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 72
---- Apprentice becomes proficient in use of computer technology to communicate, document and forward information such as clinical data. : 72
---- Apprentice learns the identity and function of each part in a computer system. : 72
---- Apprentice learns keyboarding. : 72
---- Apprentice learns to identify and use common software applications. : 72
---- Apprentice learns how to open, create attach and send email. : 72
---- Understanding of the many concepts and techniques associated with computer information systems. : 72
---- Understanding of the role and importance of computer information systems in our society today. : 72
---- Ability to read and retrieve multiple formats of electronic document distribution (Microsoft Office, WORD, EXCEL and POWER POINT.) : 72
---- Ability to create documents, spreadsheets, and presentations suitable for professional and personal use. : 72
---- Ability to collect and organize; import, export and convert data into multiple formats : 72
---- Ability to integrate graphics (scanned images and electronic images) into publications, and to integrate text, graphics and sounds in PowerPoint presentations. : 72
New Hours 72
Total Hours 15
---- Apprentice learns about the services provided to mental health (mh), Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD), and individuals with disabilities (id) in the past versus the present. : 15
---- Apprentice learns how past treatment of individuals has affected present day treatment. : 15
---- Apprentice learns about: the laws governing voluntary and involuntary commitment; the laws regarding least restrictive / most homelike residence for individuals; operationalizing laws in residential settings. : 15
---- Apprentice learns about the different positions that make up a treatment team and how to interact with them. : 15
---- Apprentice learns the roles of a Direct Support Professional (DSP) on a treatment team. : 15
---- Apprentice learns how to interact with other treatment team members. : 15
---- Apprentice learns how to interact with family members and their role on the treatment team. : 15
---- Apprentice learns how to interact with members of the external treatment team. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Apprentice learns the Stages of Change. Apprentice learns the principles of recovery, resilience, and self-determination, and the strengths-based approach to recovery as part of an overview of the DBHIDS Practice Guidelines. : 15
---- Apprentice learns what is needed to promote recovery. : 15
---- Apprentice learns the principles and practices associated with Philadelphia’s DBHIDS Population Health approach. : 15
---- Apprentice learns the principles and practices associated with trauma informed care. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 30
---- Apprentice learns a baseline for human growth and development through which to recognize changes and challenges in development. : 30
---- Apprentice learns to identify, distinguish and understand various stages and stage theories of development. : 30
---- Apprentice learns the tasks necessary to negotiate stages of development. : 30
---- Apprentice develops the ability to recognize capabilities of intellectual disability and mental health individuals. : 30
---- Apprentice learns SAMSHA’s eight dimensions of wellness. : 30
---- Apprentice learns about the co-morbidity between behavioral health, intellectual disability, and physical health conditions such as diabetes, hypertension/cardiovascular diseases, hepatitis, and HIV Aids/immune disorders. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 30
---- Apprentice becomes familiar with categories, diagnoses, and diagnostic criteria for mental illness. : 30
---- Apprentice participates in activities designed to simulate experiences of individuals living with mental health challenges. : 30
---- Apprentice is introduced to Diagnostic and Statistical Manual : 30
---- (DSM V) and its use in diagnosis. : 30
---- Apprentice learns to recognize and identify behavioral symptoms of various mental health. : 30
---- Apprentice learns to look for signs and symptoms of decompensation. : 30
---- Apprentice learns to distinguish and weigh Adverse Childhood Events (ACE) and Trauma. : 30
---- Apprentice learns an introduction to basic pharmacology. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 30
---- Apprentice learns about the AMA Continuum of Use. : 30
---- Apprentice develops an understanding of Transtheoretical (Stages of Change) Model. : 30
---- Apprentice learns about genetic predisposition to addiction. : 30
---- Apprentice learns about the brain chemistry of addiction. : 30
---- Apprentice learns the three levels of prevention. : 30
---- Apprentice learns about the addictions related to drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and other addictions. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 30
---- Apprentice develops a working knowledge and ability to distinguish categories, diagnoses and etiology of intellectual disability. : 30
---- Apprentice learns the meaning and use of key terms in intellectual disability. : 30
---- Apprentice experiences through simulation the experience of intellectual disability. : 30
---- Apprentice learns common ADL’s to be taught to individuals. : 30
---- Apprentice learns and practices social skills to be taught to individuals. : 30
---- Apprentice learns and translates Socialization / Normalization into plans for home and off-site activities. : 30
New Hours 30
Total Hours 15
---- Apprentice learns to teach ADL’s and Social Skills via Direct Skills Teaching Method (DSTM). : 15
---- Apprentice develops their own style for teaching using 4 steps of DSTM: Tell, Show, Do and Review; and, practices use of DSTM. : 15
---- Apprentice learns the importance of ongoing assessment of individual progress. : 15
---- Apprentice learns how to develop basic trust and therapeutic relationships with people receiving services. : 15
---- Apprentice learns what is included in a service plan. : 15
---- Apprentice learns what comprises S.M.A.R.T. Goals. : 15
---- Apprentice learns the process of service plan review. : 15
---- Apprentice describes and practices DSP role with family members and the care team. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 15
---- Apprentice practices person first competency. : 15
---- Apprentice learns and practices motivational interviewing skills as part of implementing Stages of Change theory. : 15
---- Apprentice learns and demonstrates an understanding of different cultural practices and behaviors. : 15
---- Apprentice explores their own biases and how that impacts their ability to provide services to individuals with different needs and preferences. : 15
---- Apprentice learns and demonstrates an understanding of the role of individual empowerment and advocacy in providing services. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 30
---- Apprentice articulates and practices ethical behavior including but not limited to the protection of individual rights. : 30
---- Apprentice ensures the individual has the right to receive or refuse treatment. : 30
---- Apprentice ensures that individual’s right to confidentiality is protected. : 30
---- Apprentice demonstrates Understanding of HIPAA Laws. : 30
---- Apprentice learns the laws regarding abuse and neglect, and reporting associated with abuse and neglect. : 30
---- Apprentice learns and demonstrates an understanding of professional boundaries. : 30
---- Apprentice demonstrates the ability to advocate for individual. : 30
---- Apprentice demonstrates the ability to support the individual to plan for community integration in response to the individual’s right to the least restrictive environment. : 30
---- Apprentice protects individuals’ right to appropriate education, training and employment options. : 30
---- Apprentice learns and demonstrates professional behavior expectations in the workplace vis a vis attendance, punctuality, dress, respecting supervisory authority, completing assignments on time, etc. : 30
New Hours 30






#13368 Technical Sales Specialist



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Technical Instruction


Total Hours 120
---- Understanding the IT Industry : 120
---- Understanding Enterprise Architecture : 120
---- Understanding Networking and Security : 120
---- Sales Roles : 120
New Hours 120
Total Hours 40
---- Prospecting : 40
---- Qualifying : 40
---- Investigating : 40
---- Presenting : 40
---- Closing : 40
---- Negotiating : 40
New Hours 40






#13367 Robotics Technicians



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#13365 Registered Nurse Resident



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#13363 Community Health Nurse



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- Every Visit Every Time : 32
---- VNA Mandatory training : 32
---- Safe Communication using SBAR : 32
---- Management of the Patient with Heart Failure : 32
---- Management of the Patient with COPD & Oxygen Safety : 32
---- Management of the Patient with Diabetes : 32
---- Management of the Patient with Depression : 32
---- Integrated Care Management (motivational interviewing, self-management, self-efficacy and goal setting) : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 18
---- Creating a Culture of Safety : 18
---- Infection Control and Bag Technique : 18
---- Safe Patient Handling & Falls Prevention : 18
---- Medication Reconciliation & High Risk Medications : 18
---- Skin Care and Wound Therapy and : 18
---- Ostomy Care : 18
New Hours 18
Total Hours 20
---- Horizon Homecare McKesson Software Training (Beginner) : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 44
---- Cultural Diversity : 44
---- Health Equity Summit : 44
---- Case Management (Parts I and II) : 44
---- End of Life and Palliative Care : 44
---- Horizon Homecare McKesson Software Training (Advanced) : 44
New Hours 44
Total Hours 12
---- Interpersonal communication: Perspective vs. perception : 12
---- Conflict Management and Resolution : 12
---- Interpersonal Communication: Giving and Receiving Feedback : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 14
---- VNAA 5 Star Strategies : 14
---- OASIS Data Collection and Process Measures : 14
---- Ethical Issues in Nursing : 14
New Hours 14
Total Hours 4
---- Using Evidence and Research in Practice : 4
New Hours 4






#13361 In-Patient Nurse



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 450
---- Applied safety initiatives to daily practice, including rounding and effective hand-off communication using SBAR. : 450
---- Recognizes and responds to patient deterioration and verbalizes how to activate the Rapid Response Team and Code Blue, and access emergency equipment. : 450
---- Assess patients for fall risk and implements fall prevention measures. : 450
---- Participates in Interdisciplinary Rounds. : 450
---- Implements and follows nursing process for Admission and Discharge. : 450
---- Documents pertinent information accurately in the electronic medical record. : 450
---- Demonstrates appropriate delegation when working with Nursing Assistants in accordance with the Rhode Island Nurse Practice Act. : 450
---- Understands the role of the Charge nurse and Clinical Administrators and utilizes appropriately. : 450
---- Demonstrates awareness and application of correct infection control measures, including caring for patients in isolation. : 450
---- Consistently practices accurate hand hygiene. : 450
---- Demonstrates safe administration of medications of various modalities. : 450
---- Demonstrates competency with gaining IV access, IV therapy and management of other various access devices. : 450
---- Manages patient's pain and documents pain assessment, intervention, and re-assessment. : 450
---- Demonstrates ability to provide palliative and end of life care to patients. : 450
---- Provides post mortem care of patient, NEOB notification. : 450
---- Reviews the use and documentation of Restraints. : 450
---- Understands and follows Blood Administration Policies/Procedures. : 450
---- Address and cares for patients with wounds requiring simple to complex dressings/interventions. : 450
---- Demonstrates knowledge and use of Intra-facility procedures when transferring patients. : 450
---- Recognizes reportable events including near misses, and enters events into the electronic reporting system. : 450
---- Articulates knowledge of the process for required reporting of abuse : 450
---- Demonstrates knowledge of the nutritional needs of patients and utilizes resources to assess and optimize nutrition in patient care. : 450
---- Demonstrates correct use of safe patient handling equipment. : 450
---- Utilizes resources for questions and assistance as needed, to assist with patient care, critical thinking and professional development. : 450
---- Practices patient and family centered care, utilizing effective communication to establish a therapeutic relationship with the patient and family. : 450
---- Participates in unit based committees, staff meetings and quality projects. : 450
New Hours 450
Total Hours 315
---- Demonstrates ability to recognize various cardiac rhythms. : 315
---- Provides care to patients requiring telemetry monitoring. : 315
---- Demonstrates ability to set up & maintain Cardiac Monitors. : 315
---- Assesses patients for chest pain and implements Chest Pain Protocol. : 315
---- Provides care to and recognizes patient with Acute Coronary Syndrome. : 315
---- Provides care to and recognizes patient with Congestive Heart Failure. : 315
---- States indication, dosage, side effects & nursing implications of common cardiac medications. : 315
---- Demonstrates knowledge and skill in administering and monitoring patients receiving Cardizem Infusions. : 315
---- Provides care to patients post Cardiac Catheterization. : 315
---- Demonstrates how to do a 12 lead EKG. : 315
New Hours 315
Total Hours 150
---- Demonstrates knowledge of various age related changes. : 150
---- Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of delirium prevention techniques. : 150
---- Supports aging sensitivity in all care provided to the geriatric patient. : 150
---- Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of age related sensory changes and communication. : 150
---- Demonstrates ability to differentiate between delirium and dementia. : 150
---- Articulates the meaning of being a NICHE (Nurses Improving Care of Healthsystem Elders) designated hospital. : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 200
---- Provides pre-operative and post-operative care to thee general surgical patient. : 200
---- Provides care to the orthopedic patient. : 200
---- Provides care to the bariatric patient. : 200
---- Demonstrates safe use and understanding of various pain control modalities. : 200
---- Provides care to and manages post-operative drains and tubes. : 200
---- States indication, dosage, side effects & nursing implications of common pre/post op medications. : 200
---- Accurately documents pre and post-operative care in the electronic medical record. : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 315
---- Provides care to and recognizes patient with COPD. : 315
---- Provides care to and recognizes patient with pneumonia. : 315
---- Provides care to and manages tracheostomy site. : 315
---- Correctly utilizes oxygen therapy equipment, including equipment for suctioning : 315
---- Accurately manages incentive spirometer. : 315
---- Provides care to the patient on Bipap, and manages equipment. : 315
---- Provides care to patients with chest tubes and manages drainage system. : 315
---- States indication, dosage, side effects & nursing implications of common respiratory medications, including aerosol delivery medications. : 315
---- Identifies and obtains equipment in emergency situations, including the ambu bag and equipment to assist with intubation. : 315
New Hours 315
Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrates knowledge stroke signs and symptoms, and how to activate the Stroke Team. : 100
---- States indication, dosage, side effects & nursing implications of common neurological related medications. : 100
---- Demonstrates understanding of Tele-neurology procedure : 100
---- Provides care to the patient with Acute Stroke. : 100
---- Assesses and understands the needs of a patient with dementia. : 100
---- Demonstrates use of diversion activity in the care of patient with dementia. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Provides care to and manages various GI tubes and drains. : 100
---- States indication, dosage, side effects & nursing implications of common GI related medications. : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 150
---- Provides care to and manages patients with indwelling catheters, utilizing the Nurse Driven Protocol. : 150
---- Demonstrates knowledge about the catheter associated urinary tract infections and removing indwelling urinary catheter as soon as possible. : 150
---- Assesses patients need for straight catheterization and use of bladder scanner. : 150
---- Provides care to the patient requiring dialysis. : 150
---- Accurately monitors and documents patient Intake and Output. : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 100
---- Provides care to patients with Diabetes. : 100
---- Demonstrates understanding of various types of insulin. : 100
---- Provides care for the patient with thyroid disease. : 100
New Hours 100

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 8.5
---- CNE Performance Improvement & Safety : 8.5
---- Interprofessional Communication & Collaboration : 8.5
---- The Patient Experience : 8.5
---- NICHE and the Geriatric Resource Nurse Program : 8.5
---- Resources and Chain of Command : 8.5
New Hours 8.5
Total Hours 8.5
---- Policy, procedure, protocol review and documentation : 8.5
---- Equipment review : 8.5
---- Resources for policies and procedures : 8.5
New Hours 8.5
Total Hours 8
---- Blood Administration : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8.5
---- Nurse Residency Debriefing : 8.5
New Hours 8.5
Total Hours 9.25
---- Managing stress and stressful situations : 9.25
---- Nurse Residency Debriefing : 9.25
---- Interdisciplinary Grand Rounds: Managing Chest Tubes : 9.25
New Hours 9.25
Total Hours 8
---- Nutritional needs of patients : 8
---- The patient experience : 8
---- Care of the pre and post-operative patient and preventing potential complications : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 7.5
---- Hypo/hyperglycemia, Diabetes, DKA : 7.5
---- Care of the Bariatric Patient : 7.5
---- Fall prevention protocol and mobility protocol : 7.5
---- Safe patient handling : 7.5
New Hours 7.5
Total Hours 8
---- Pain management : 8
---- Renal failure and caring for patients requiring dialysis : 8
---- Neuro assessment: stroke, teleneurology : 8
---- Diagnostic imaging : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Palliative care : 8
---- Delirium : 8
---- KAWAS protocol : 8
---- D-escalation techniques : 8
---- Safety, security and code grey : 8
---- Behavioral conditions/resources : 8
---- Debriefing : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 8
---- Code of Ethics/Scope of practice : 8
---- Clinical Informatics Roundtable : 8
---- Transition to practice : 8
---- Discussion : 8
New Hours 8






#13358 Interventional Radiologic Technologist



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Technical Instruction


Total Hours 120
---- Fundamental mechanisms of disease, including cell injury; inflammation, repair, regeneration, and fibrosis; and vascular, cardiac, respiratory, gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary, urinary, reproductive, endocrine, and integumentary pathologies. : 120
New Hours 120
Total Hours 60
---- Application and interpretation of the 12-lead system. Emphasis on recognition of the acute myocardial infarction and common myocardial pathologies; includes axis deviation, acute ischemic conditions, electrolyte imbalances, bundle-branch block, and infarct imposters. Highlights patient assessment, data collection, and use of the 12-lead to guide rapid intervention. American Heart Association advanced cardiac life support certificate issued upon successful course completion : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 120
---- Studies the various pharmacological agents currently used in diagnosis and treatment during interventional studies of the cardiovascular system. Emphasizes laboratory values relevant to interventional studies. : 120
New Hours 120
Total Hours 90
---- Analyzes the principles of vascular radiology, including proper patient care, the fundamentals of properly setting up a sterile table, and evaluation of the equipment most commonly used in the interventional suite. Examines the functions of a pressure injector and explores the procedures performed in vascular intervention. : 90
New Hours 90
Total Hours 90
---- Explores normal and pathological vascular anatomy and physiology. Emphasizes intracranial, extra-cranial, spinal, aorta, pulmonary, abdominal, pelvic, and extremity vascular structures; as well as abnormalities of the vascular system. : 90
New Hours 90






#13359 Registered Nurse – LVN to RN



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 136
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New Hours 136
Total Hours 136
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New Hours 136
Total Hours 136
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New Hours 136
Total Hours 80
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Total Hours 80
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Total Hours 80
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New Hours 80
Total Hours 136
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New Hours 136
Total Hours 112
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New Hours 112

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 135
---- This course is designed to prepare the licensed vocational nurse, psychiatric technician, and graduate of vocational nursing and psychiatric technician programs for entry into an associate degree nursing (ADN) program. The course includes topics not included in vocational nursing (VN) and psychiatric technician (PT) programs: nursing process, role change, research skills, teaching-learning principles, and development of the teaching role. The course also includes reviews of medical-surgical nursing, maternal-child, pharmacology, and medication calculation to prepare the student for success in an ADN program. : 135
New Hours 135
Total Hours 202.5
---- This course introduces intermediate concepts of Medical-Surgical nursing through the Client Needs model. Course content includes alterations of body systems with a concentration in the maintenance of physiological integrity, such as inflammatory processes, autoimmune disorders, and other disorders. Health promotion and maintenance, as well as psychosocial balance, are also advanced. A lifespan focus on the adult client with multiple medical disorders is offered. A community project in the area of client education and support for those with alterations of body systems will be completed. The student will apply the Nursing Process to develop safe and effective practices that meet client needs. : 202.5
New Hours 202.5
Total Hours 90
---- This course presents. principles and psychosocial integrity and how the nurse provides care through the Client Need model. The neurological-and psychiatric-based disorders area presented as well as client and nursing responses to these disorders. Health promotion and maintenance are emphasized in the advancement of mental health and the prevention of neuropsychiatric disorders. Clients from childhood to older adults are addressed in the lifespan focus of this course. A community project in the area of substance abuse prevention and treatment will be completed. The student will apply the Nursing Process to develop safe and effective practices to meet client needs. : 90
New Hours 90
Total Hours 45
---- This course continues the study of pharmacology principles for nursing practice. Based on the Client Needs Model, this course addresses the major drug classifications used to treat neurological, cardiovascular, and endocrine disorders as well as chemotherapeutic agents and adjuvant medications for pain. The student will apply the Nursing Process to the study of medications and their effects on clients. This course is designed to enhance the study of nursing care in association with third-semester nursing courses. : 45
New Hours 45
Total Hours 225
---- This course introduces advanced concepts of Medical-Surgical nursing through the Client Needs model. Course content includes the care of clients with significant alterations in body systems that are life-threatening and/or pose potential for disability or death including burns, gastrointestinal, renal, endocrine immune, neurological. respiratory. cardiovascular and hematological disorders and injuries that threaten physiological integrity. Health promotion and maintenance concepts are addressed. A lifespan focus on the children and adults with multiple medical or complex disorders and clients with multiple medical disorders is offered. The student will apply the Nursing Process to develop safe and effective practices that meet client needs. : 225
New Hours 225






#13355 Computed Tomography Technologist



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Technical Instruction


Total Hours 3
---- Patient Interactions and Management : 3
---- Contrast Administration : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Radiation Safety and Dosimetry : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Physics and Instrumentation : 3
New Hours 3






#13357 Mammography Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 196
---- Perform processor QC and appropriate tests : 196
---- Perform repeat analysis : 196
---- QC for digital equipment : 196
---- Clean dark room, screens and view boxes : 196
---- Complete visual checklists : 196
---- Review medical physicist report : 196
---- Troubleshoot QC problems : 196
---- Complete audit reports : 196
New Hours 196
Total Hours 400
---- Turn unit on : 400
---- Stock room : 400
---- Set-up trays : 400
---- Prepare for specialized procedures : 400
---- Obtain practitioner order for procedure : 400
---- Review patient's prior studies : 400
---- Consult radiologist regarding diagnostic procedures : 400
---- Select properly sized equipment : 400
---- Enter patient data into ID camera : 400
---- Escort patient to exam room : 400
---- Verify patient identify : 400
---- Obtain patient history, patient consent for release of prior breast imaging studies and reports and patient consent for invasive procedures : 400
---- Verify procedure order : 400
---- Prep patient for exam : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 660
---- Explain procedure to patient : 660
---- Select appropriate technical factors on unit : 660
---- Change unit accessories and settings as needed : 660
---- Position patient : 660
---- Modify positions for patients with special needs : 660
---- Place proper positioning markers on image : 660
---- Obtain proper compression : 660
---- Make exposure : 660
---- Transfer patient data and exposure : 660
---- Process image : 660
New Hours 660
Total Hours 400
---- Check images for technical quality : 400
---- Review images with radiologist : 400
---- Release patient : 400
---- Clean and decontaminate equipment : 400
---- Prepare images for radiologist interpretation : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 100
---- Perform clerical duties : 100
---- Provide patient with lay summary results : 100
---- Compile patient tracking data : 100
---- Obtain biopsy results : 100
---- Ensure patient notification of follow-up recommendations : 100
---- Validate exam/supply charges : 100
---- Follow up on patient complaints : 100
New Hours 100

Technical Instruction








#13352 Project Manager



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13353 Behavioral Health Aide



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 180
---- General Orientation : 180
---- Orientation to Village-based Behavioral Health Services : 180
---- Ethics & Consent : 180
---- Confidentiality & Privacy : 180
---- Intro to Behavioral Health : 180
---- Intro to Counseling : 180
---- Intro to Documentation : 180
---- Survey of Community Resources & Case Management : 180
---- Working with Diverse Populations : 180
---- Intro to Group Counseling : 180
---- Crisis Intervention : 180
---- HIV/AIDS & Blood-Borne Pathogens : 180
---- Community Approach to Promoting Behavioral Health : 180
---- Family Systems I : 180
---- Recovery, Health, Wellness, & Balance : 180
New Hours 180






#13351 Master Teacher with BA Degree in Early Childhood Studies



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 800
---- Knowledge about child development and learning: Developmental domains : 800
---- Knowledge about child development and learning: Factors that contribute to development : 800
---- Facilitating child development and learning: The role of families : 800
---- Facilitating child development and learning: Preschool development and learning : 800
---- Facilitating child development and learning: Learning through play : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 575
---- Respect for all differences and similarities: Cultural diversity of families : 575
---- Respect for all differences and similarities: Receptive to all families : 575
---- Cultural and language development and learning: Approaches to learning : 575
---- Cultural and language development and learning: Understanding cultural perspectives of self and others : 575
---- Cultural and language development and learning: Culturally and linguistically inclusive communication and practices : 575
---- Culturally inclusive learning environments: Visual representation of diversity : 575
---- Culturally inclusive learning environments: Language diversity : 575
New Hours 575
Total Hours 575
---- Supporting children's emotional development: Expression of emotions : 575
---- Supporting children's emotional development: Empathy : 575
---- Supporting children's emotional development: Self-regulation : 575
---- Social-emotional climate: Positive relationships : 575
---- Socialization and guidance: Appropriate expectations for behavior : 575
---- Socialization and guidance: Encouraging children's efforts : 575
New Hours 575
Total Hours 575
---- Communication with families: Home language : 575
---- Communication with families: Family preferences for communication : 575
---- Relationships with children and families: Knowledge of families : 575
---- Relationships with children and families: Families as community members : 575
---- Community resources: Family functioning : 575
---- Community resources: Use of community resources : 575
New Hours 575
Total Hours 575
---- Dual-language program models and strategies: Engagement of young dual-language learners and their families : 575
---- Development of the home language and of English: Home language and English : 575
---- Development of the home language and of English: Knowledge of dual-language development : 575
---- Relationships with families of dual-language learners: Linguistic and cultural diversity : 575
New Hours 575
Total Hours 580
---- Observation: Concepts of observation : 580
---- Documentation: Strategies for documentation : 580
---- Interpretation, planning and implementation: Interpretation of documentation : 580
New Hours 580
Total Hours 575
---- Philosophy, policies and practices: Policies and procedures : 575
---- Developmentally and individually appropriate practice: Developmentally appropriate practice : 575
---- Collaboration with families and service providers: Families : 575
---- Collaboration with families and service providers: Teamwork on inclusion : 575
New Hours 575
Total Hours 585
---- Curriculum and curriculum planning: Principles of curriculum : 585
---- Environments, schedules, and routines: Schedules and daily routines : 585
---- Environments, schedules, and routines: Personal-care routines : 585
---- Strategies to support learning and development: Infant/toddler learning and development : 585
---- Strategies to support learning and development: Preschool learning and development  : 585
New Hours 585
Total Hours 325
---- Environmental health and, safety: Environmental health and safety policies and practices : 325
---- Environmental health and, safety: Supervision of children : 325
---- Emergency preparedness: Emergency plans : 325
---- Nutrition: Mealtime routines  : 325
---- Response to health requirements: Illness policies and practices : 325
---- Response to health requirements: Child abuse and neglect : 325
---- Response to health requirements: Infant/child CPR and pediatric first aid : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 325
---- Systems and change development: Team building : 325
---- Systems and change development: Cultivating leaders  : 325
New Hours 325
Total Hours 325
---- Professional development: New ideas : 325
---- Professional development: Role models and mentors : 325
---- Professional development: Individual early childhood career development : 325
---- Professional development: Reflective practice : 325
---- Professional conduct and behaviors: Modes of communication : 325
---- Professional conduct and behaviors: Collaboration : 325
---- Professional conduct and behaviors: Ethical conduct : 325
---- Professional conduct and behaviors: Confidentiality and privacy : 325
---- Competence in a specialized body of knowledge: Domains of development : 325
---- Competence in a specialized body of knowledge: Developmentally, culturally and linguistically appropriate practice : 325
---- Competence in a specialized body of knowledge: Professional roles and responsibilities : 325
---- Commitment to lifelong learning : 325
New Hours 325

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 54
---- Students examine the major physical, psychosocial, and cognitive/language developmental milestones for children, both typical and atypical, from conception through adolescence. There is an emphasis on interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors. While studying developmental theory and investigative research methodologies, students will observe children, evaluate individual differences and analyze characteristics of development at various stages. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Students examine the developing child in a societal context focusing on the inter-relationship of the family, school, and community and emphasizing historical and sociocultural factors. The processes of socialization and identity development are highlighted, showing the importance of respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families. Topics covered are: social influences on parenting styles, communication, child-rearing, and the relationships between the child, family, and the school is studied. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Principles and practices of play-based curriculum: Role of the teacher in facilitating children's learning through play-based activities; observation and assessment in planning curriculum. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Introduction to organizing and developing activities for children aged 0- 3 years: Focus on practice l learning experiences in areas such as arts and crafts, imaginative play, music and movement, learning games; also covers culturally-appropriate activities, room arrangement, and classroom management. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- An examination of the underlying theoretical principles of developmentally appropriate practices applied to programs, environments, emphasizing the key role of relationships, constructive adult-child interactions, and teaching strategies in supporting physical, social, creative, and intellectual development for all children. This course includes a review of the historical roots of early childhood programs and the evolution of the professional practices promoting advocacy, ethics, and professional identity. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- This course introduces the laws, regulations, standards, policies and procedures, and early childhood curriculum related to child health, safety, and nutrition. The key components that ensure physical health, mental health, and safety for both children and staff will be identified along with the importance of collaboration with families and health professionals. This course also ·· focuses on integrating the concepts into everyday planning and program development for all children. Students are required to participate in and pass the American Red Cross Infant/Child CPR and First Aid course. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- An examination of the underlying theoretical principles of developmentally appropriate practices applied to programs, environments, emphasizing the key role of relationships, constructive adult-child interactions, and teaching strategies in supporting physical, social, creative, and intellectual development for all children. This course includes a review of the historical roots of early childhood programs and the evolution of the professional practices promoting advocacy, ethics, and professional identity. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- This course focuses on the appropriate use of a variety of assessment and observation strategies to document child development, growth, behaviors, play and learning, and to join with families and professionals in promoting children's success. Recording strategies, rating systems, portfolios, and multiple assessment tools are explored. Child observations will be conducted and analyzed. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 162
---- English Composition : 162
---- Critical Thinking : 162
---- Oral Communications : 162
New Hours 162
Total Hours 54
---- Introduction to Statistics : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 162
---- Jazz, Blues, and Popular Music in American Culture A & B : 162
---- Introduction to Humanities : 162
New Hours 162
Total Hours 162
---- Child, Growth, Development : 162
---- Social Problems : 162
---- Introduction to Psychology : 162
New Hours 162
Total Hours 126
---- Physical Science : 126
---- Biological Science : 126
---- Laboratory : 126
New Hours 126
Total Hours 54
---- This course is designed to provide students with lifelong research and information literacy skills. Students will gain working knowledge of library resources as well as those within their profession. Coursework is designed to engage students as active researchers honing their ability to evaluate, analyze, organize, synthesize, and ethically use information. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- This course is designed to support students to achieve success in upper-division courses and realize their academic goals. Students will explore and analyze the multiple perspectives in liberal arts and higher education. Through personal reflection, students will apply their understanding of a liberal arts education to their own career goals and lives. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- This course provides a broad orientation to the profession of early childhood education, including ethical responsibilities and effective communication. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- This course introduces students to the field of early childhood special education as well as the legal and educational basis for intervention with an emphasis on serving children in their natural environment. Students will examine a variety of disabilities and at-risk conditions. They will explore ways to collaborate with families and other professionals to improve educational outcomes for young children with exceptionalities, disabilities, and/or the gifted. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- This course focuses on young children who are learning more than one language. Students will identify the paths to multilingualism, and factors affecting second language acquisition. Based on these understandings, students will implement strategies for fostering and assessing dual language learners' language, literacy, and learning. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- This course focuses on understanding and implementing evidence-based practices for promoting children's social and emotional development and preventing challenging behaviors. Students will examine the critical nature of emotional support and responsive relationships as they relate to promoting the social and emotional competence of young children. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- In this course, students will enhance their understanding of language and literacy development and use this knowledge to develop lessons and activities that promote language and literacy development and skills. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- In this course, students will enhance their understanding of mathematics development and science content in ECE. They will use this knowledge to develop lessons and activities that promote numeracy and math development and skills. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- In this course, candidates focus on effective practices in early care and education. Candidates will explore the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) and the ways the CLASS domains and dimensions connect, with CA Early Childhood Educator Competencies. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- In this course, students apply knowledge from previous coursework and develop skills in planning and implementing developmentally appropriate learning experiences, integrated instruction, and learning environments. Candidates complete 60 hours of fieldwork in an Early Childhood Education setting. : 54
New Hours 54






#13349 Teacher with AA-T Degree in Child Development



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- Knowledge about child development and learning: Developmental domains : 400
---- Knowledge about child development and learning: Factors that contribute to development : 400
---- Facilitating child development and learning: The role of families : 400
---- Facilitating child development and learning: Preschool development and learning : 400
---- Facilitating child development and learning: Learning through play : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 275
---- Respect for all differences and similarities: Cultural diversity of families : 275
---- Respect for all differences and similarities: Receptive to all families : 275
---- Cultural and language development and learning: Approaches to learning : 275
---- Cultural and language development and learning: Understanding cultural perspectives of self and others : 275
---- Cultural and language development and learning: Culturally and linguistically inclusive communication and practices : 275
---- Culturally inclusive learning environments: Visual representation of diversity : 275
---- Culturally inclusive learning environments: Language diversity : 275
New Hours 275
Total Hours 275
---- Supporting children's emotional development: Expression of emotions : 275
---- Supporting children's emotional development: Empathy : 275
---- Supporting children's emotional development: Self-regulation : 275
---- Social-emotional climate: Positive relationships : 275
---- Socialization and guidance: Appropriate expectations for behavior : 275
---- Socialization and guidance: Encouraging children's efforts : 275
New Hours 275
Total Hours 275
---- Communication with families: Home language : 275
---- Communication with families: Family preferences for communication : 275
---- Relationships with children and families: Knowledge of families : 275
---- Relationships with children and families: Families as community members : 275
---- Community resources: Family functioning : 275
---- Community resources: Use of community resources : 275
New Hours 275
Total Hours 275
---- Dual-language program models and strategies: Engagement of young dual-language learners and their families : 275
---- Development of the home language and of English: Home language and English : 275
---- Development of the home language and of English: Knowledge of dual-language development : 275
---- Relationships with families of dual-language learners: Linguistic and cultural diversity : 275
New Hours 275
Total Hours 275
---- Observation: Concepts of observation : 275
---- Documentation: Strategies for documentation : 275
---- Interpretation, planning and implementation: Interpretation of documentation : 275
New Hours 275
Total Hours 275
---- Philosophy, policies and practices: Policies and procedures : 275
---- Developmentally and individually appropriate practice: Developmentally appropriate practice : 275
---- Collaboration with families and service providers: Families : 275
---- Collaboration with families and service providers: Teamwork on inclusion : 275
New Hours 275
Total Hours 275
---- Curriculum and curriculum planning: Principles of curriculum : 275
---- Environments, schedules, and routines: Schedules and daily routines : 275
---- Environments, schedules, and routines: Personal-care routines : 275
---- Strategies to support learning and development: Infant/toddler learning and development : 275
---- Strategies to support learning and development: Preschool learning and development  : 275
New Hours 275
Total Hours 275
---- Environmental health and, safety: Environmental health and safety policies and practices : 275
---- Environmental health and, safety: Supervision of children : 275
---- Emergency preparedness: Emergency plans : 275
---- Nutrition: Mealtime routines  : 275
---- Response to health requirements: Illness policies and practices : 275
---- Response to health requirements: Child abuse and neglect : 275
---- Response to health requirements: Infant/child CPR and pediatric first aid : 275
New Hours 275
Total Hours 200
---- Systems and change development: Team building : 200
---- Systems and change development: Cultivating leaders  : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- Professional development: New ideas : 200
---- Professional development: Role models and mentors : 200
---- Professional development: Individual early childhood career development : 200
---- Professional development: Reflective practice : 200
---- Professional conduct and behaviors: Modes of communication : 200
---- Professional conduct and behaviors: Collaboration : 200
---- Professional conduct and behaviors: Ethical conduct : 200
---- Professional conduct and behaviors: Confidentiality and privacy : 200
---- Competence in a specialized body of knowledge: Domains of development : 200
---- Competence in a specialized body of knowledge: Developmentally, culturally and linguistically appropriate practice : 200
---- Competence in a specialized body of knowledge: Professional roles and responsibilities : 200
---- Commitment to lifelong learning : 200
New Hours 200

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 54
---- Students examine the major physical, psychosocial, and cognitive/language developmental milestones for children, both typical and atypical, from conception through adolescence. There is an emphasis on interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors. While studying developmental theory and investigative research methodologies, students will observe children, evaluate individual differences and analyze characteristics of development at various stages. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Students examine the developing child in a societal context focusing on the inter-relationship of the family, school, and community and emphasizing historical and sociocultural factors. The processes of socialization and identity development are highlighted, showing the importance of respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families. Topics covered are: social influences on parenting styles, communication, child-rearing, and the relationships between the child, family, and the school is studied. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Principles and practices of play-based curriculum: Role of the teacher in facilitating children's learning through play-based activities; observation and assessment in planning curriculum. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- Introduction to organizing and developing activities for children aged 0- 3 years: Focus on practice l learning experiences in areas such as arts and crafts, imaginative play, music and movement, learning games; also covers culturally-appropriate activities, room arrangement, and classroom management. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- An examination of the underlying theoretical principles of developmentally appropriate practices applied to programs, environments, emphasizing the key role of relationships, constructive adult-child interactions, and teaching strategies in supporting physical, social, creative, and intellectual development for all children. This course includes a review of the historical roots of early childhood programs and the evolution of the professional practices promoting advocacy, ethics, and professional identity. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- This course introduces the laws, regulations, standards, policies and procedures, and early childhood curriculum related to child health, safety, and nutrition. The key components that ensure physical health, mental health, and safety for both children and staff will be identified along with the importance of collaboration with families and health professionals. This course also ·· focuses on integrating the concepts into everyday planning and program development for all children. Students are required to participate in and pass the American Red Cross Infant/Child CPR and First Aid course. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- An examination of the underlying theoretical principles of developmentally appropriate practices applied to programs, environments, emphasizing the key role of relationships, constructive adult-child interactions, and teaching strategies in supporting physical, social, creative, and intellectual development for all children. This course includes a review of the historical roots of early childhood programs and the evolution of the professional practices promoting advocacy, ethics, and professional identity. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 54
---- This course focuses on the appropriate use of a variety of assessment and observation strategies to document child development, growth, behaviors, play and learning, and to join with families and professionals in promoting children's success. Recording strategies, rating systems, portfolios, and multiple assessment tools are explored. Child observations will be conducted and analyzed. : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 162
---- English Composition : 162
---- Critical Thinking : 162
---- Oral Communications : 162
New Hours 162
Total Hours 54
---- Introduction to Statistics : 54
New Hours 54
Total Hours 162
---- Jazz, Blues, and Popular Music in American Culture A & B : 162
---- Introduction to Humanities : 162
New Hours 162
Total Hours 162
---- Child, Growth, Development : 162
---- Social Problems : 162
---- Introduction to Psychology : 162
New Hours 162






#13347 Physical Therapy Aide



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Respects the confidentiality of resident information and adheres to the HIPAA and facility confidentiality guidelines : 500
---- Communicates clearly, honestly, appropriately and in a timely manner with residents, their families and team members : 500
---- Uses patience and effective communication skills when dealing with difficult situations : 500
---- Demonstrates respect for others : 500
---- Communicates in a non-judgmental manner : 500
---- Demonstrates organizational skills: prepares equipment and supplies to prevent back-tracking prior to care delivery. Demonstrates effective time-management, including performing specific clerical duties, such as inventory, ordering supplies, answering telephones, and taking messages. : 500
---- Demonstrates effective time-management : 500
---- Recognizes problems and knows when and who to ask for assistance in problem resolution : 500
---- Incorporates customer service skills in interaction with all - respecting differences and perspectives. Demonstrates effective communication skills with all medical professionals, patients, and family members. : 500
---- Demonstrates appropriate use of active listening, paraphrasing, and clarifying in all communications : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 250
---- Respects the privacy of patients : 250
---- Recognizes and respects patient individuality and preferences : 250
---- Recognizes potential abuse/neglect and demonstrates proper parameters around which abuse/neglect is reported and documented : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 250
---- Observes and records quality of room care, sanitation, and patient concerns. Demonstrates comprehension of documentation standards, including specific details of room care which are to be included in a daily log. : 250
---- Develops a critical eye when establishing quality standards. Demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of effective record keeping and documentation. : 250
---- Demonstrates comprehension of medical documentation basics, including retrieving patient charts and work flow patterns. Understanding of current Health Information Technology (HIT) practices will also be demonstrated. : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 500
---- Demonstrates adherence to OSHA and CDC guidelines to minimize infections by following aseptic techniques including those that apply to blood borne pathogens : 500
---- Demonstrates consistent and appropriate hand-washing techniques including use of hand sanitizing agents : 500
---- Define nosocomial infection : 500
---- Describe the modes of disease transmission : 500
---- Describe important work principles and practices related to Standard Precautions : 500
---- Explain blood borne pathogens and the safety precautions necessary in CS/SPD : 500
---- Describe the functions performed within the decontamination area : 500
---- Outline the standards required for a quality decontamination process : 500
---- Identify employee health and safety considerations associated with the decontamination process : 500
---- Understand the appropriate dress code and the role of personal protective equipment as it relates to employee safety and health : 500
---- Identify the various types of patient care equipment in use in healthcare facilities : 500
---- Describe the processes needed to effectively clean, disinfect, store and distribute patient care equipment. Student will learn how to maintain Physical Therapy equipment and furniture to keep it in good working order, including performing the assembly and disassembly of equipment and accessories : 500
New Hours 500

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 10
---- The student will examine the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) Privacy Rule, the first comprehensive Federal protection for the privacy of personal health information. Additionally, the student will learn how to identify physical abuse/neglect and the parameters around which abuse/neglect is reported and documented. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 20
---- A PT Aide will have to communicate with many different types of people; hence, the focus will be on effective communication skills the Aide will need in order to communicate with a supervising PT, patients and family members. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 5
---- Effective time management is vital to the productive operation of a Physical Therapy practice. Hence, the student will be introduced to the basic s of time management, including how best to perform specific clerical duties, such as taking inventory, ordering supplies, answering telephone, taking messages, filling out forms and scheduling patient appointments. The student will also be exposed to inventorying medical supplies or instruments and retrieving files or charts. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 15
---- Maintaining a safe work environment is critical to the delivery of quality care and involves effective cleanup and logical instrument positioning. A discussion on how to maintain a busy practice and/or PT ward will be held, with emphasis on avoiding slip and fall scenarios, dangerous obstructions, and patient backup. Additionally, the student will learn how to maintain PT equipment and furniture to keep it in good working condition, including performing the assembly and disassembly of equipment and accessories. : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours 20
---- The student learns about the history of PT and how two world wars and a global epidemic created the need for the profession. A discussion of the types of patients who need PT will be discussed, and the types of treatments a PT uses. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 10
---- A discussion on law and ethic s focuses on the difference between the two, and what the Aide will need to know about the American Physical Therapy Association’s Code of Ethics, and its principles to PT Aides. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 18
---- A detailed discussion about the various planes of the body and directional terms will be employed, with learning the terms that define the body’s major regions and cavities. : 18
New Hours 18
Total Hours 28
---- The student will learn the body’s organ systems, and how the body is organized, from atoms to the entire individual. A discussion of the muscular, skeletal, nervous, and endocrine and circulatory systems will be featured. : 28
New Hours 28
Total Hours 12
---- The art of safety and infection control is key to an effective healthcare employee, and particular attention will be paid to how infections spread and what can be done to break the chain of infection, including proper hand washing. Emphasis is placed on how to effectively change linens, such as bed sheets and pillowcases and clean and organize work area and disinfect equipment after treatment. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 15
---- This component will focus on how people move, and proper body mechanics/safe patient transfers. A discussion of the anatomy of the spine and the principles of using proper body mechanics will be emphasized. : 15
New Hours 15






#13348 Early Childhood/Pre-K Teacher



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1000
---- Demonstrate an understanding of how child development impacts the whole child. : 1000
---- Nurture positive relationships between children with their peers and others in the community. : 1000
---- Use information about family's strengths, interests, expertise, and vision for their child to support the child's learning and development. : 1000
---- Share enthusiasm and describe child's abilities and preferences during play. : 1000
---- Make connections between a child's development and how that impacts who they are. : 1000
---- Describe how child development depends on supportive and responsive relationships. : 1000
---- Consistently respond to children respectfully and in a timely manner. : 1000
---- Develop a list of 3-5 developmentally appropriate classroom norms. : 1000
---- Provide opportunities for one on one conversations between children and adults. : 1000
---- Talk with children about ideas related to their work, play and home life. : 1000
---- Arrange the environment so that children can work together on activities. : 1000
---- Describe how play fosters opportunities for children to learn and develop communication, problem solving and creativity skills. : 1000
---- Set aside large blocks of time for uninterrupted child directed play. : 1000
---- Observe play and identify examples of problem solving, communication and creativity. : 1000
---- Observe a child that may have been impacted by one of the following issues: Inclusion, Diversity, Brain Development, Children and Families at Risk, Poverty. : 1000
---- List ways that a child's growth, development and learning may have been impacted by: Inclusion, Diversity, Brain Development, Children and Families at Risk, Poverty. : 1000
---- List the different PA learning domains. : 1000
---- Talk to children about events that are going on in their lives. : 1000
---- Plan classroom activities using two different concepts from Child Development theorists. : 1000
---- Review the Pennsylvania 2014/16 Learning Standards Continuum (LSC). : 1000
---- Using the LSC discuss a time you have observed a child practice a developing skill. : 1000
---- Observe and identify an emerging skill in 5 children. : 1000
---- Create lessons to help develop an emerging skill in 3 children for your assigned age group. : 1000
---- Develop an age appropriate activity, using the Early Learning Standards, for an age group that you are not primarily responsible for. : 1000
New Hours 1000
Total Hours 600
---- Recognize that caregivers can support parents/guardians in their role. : 600
---- Offer parents/guardians information about health and social services and other resources in the community. : 600
---- Encourage parents/guardians to talk about important family events and their children's special interests and behaviors at home : 600
---- Share information frequently with parents/guardians about the child's experiences in the center. : 600
---- Encourage parents/guardians to understand the program and classroom routines. : 600
---- Respect and tries to understand the parents/guardians views when they differ from providers. : 600
---- Work with parents/guardians to identify the strengths and needs of each child. : 600
---- Develop skills in observing and recording information about children and their families in a nonjudgmental manner for use in planning and carrying out daily programs. : 600
---- Create a system for observing children. : 600
---- Maintain observation system with no less than two observations per child. : 600
---- Use available evaluation tools and screeners. : 600
---- Consider goals and objectives for each child as well as the group. : 600
---- Implement a plan for each child by identifying developmentally and culturally appropriate activities and materials each day. : 600
---- Recognize possible learning problems and work with parents/guardians and specialists to develop plans specific to the needs of each child. : 600
---- Implement recommended treatments by following referrals and working with the family to meet goals for the child. : 600
---- Recognize and helps others recognize the needs of children and families who speak a different language and operate in a different cultural context. : 600
---- Send home projects for the families to see the child's work. : 600
---- Share progress with families on a regular basis. : 600
---- Tell parents/guardians about children's achievements and shares their pleasures in new abilities. : 600
---- Share with families how the quality of program and indicators of quality are measured. (e.g., Keystone STARS, Pre K Counts, NAEYC accreditation) : 600
---- Identify the skills being learned in activities, helping families to understand the role of play and active learning in the instructional process. : 600
---- Demonstrate knowledge of how observations effect lesson planning. : 600
---- Demonstrate knowledge of how lesson planning connect to assessments. : 600
---- Describe the difference between an assessment tool and a screener. : 600
---- Conduct a screening of at least 5 children in your care. : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 280
---- Provide space and a variety of age appropriate materials that encourage: Large motor development, Sensory exploration, Fine motor development, Creative arts, Problem solving, Social development, Family representation and presence : 280
---- Use materials and books that demonstrate acceptance of child's sex, family, race, language and culture. : 280
---- Balance active and quiet, free and structured, individual and group, indoor and outdoor activities. : 280
---- Establish a clean and safe environment for children by washing hands before and after meals, toileting and contact with bodily fluids. : 280
---- Make sure toys are cleaned after being mouthed and on a weekly schedule. : 280
---- Communicate frequently about children's health, nutrition, communicable diseases, and medications. : 280
---- Limit sugar, salt, processed foods, artificial color and flavoring in meals and snacks; encourage parents/guardians to do the same. : 280
---- Help children develop basic health habits. : 280
---- Provide affection for the child. : 280
---- Include children in food preparation and provide other nutrition education activities for the children. : 280
---- Plan lessons that meet various levels of development in five learning domains. : 280
New Hours 280
Total Hours 280
---- Engage in active instruction and modeling of positive social interactions. : 280
---- Pose questions to children to initiate conversation or to encourage them to extend a conversation. : 280
---- Participate in conversations with children that have 3-5 exchanges. : 280
---- Use materials, books and equipment that are stimulating to each child and suitable to individual learning styles, including those of special needs. : 280
---- Model correct book orientation. : 280
---- Model turning pages carefully and in order. : 280
---- Provide pointers and charts for children to practice tracking. : 280
---- Reinforce children moving from top to bottom and left to right. : 280
---- Provide rich environmental print in the classroom (e.g., posters, charts, word walls). : 280
---- Provide a variety of materials (e.g., hands-on, print, and/or digital) for exploration of letters. : 280
---- Provide opportunities in group and learning centers for identifying letters, words, numbers, and sentences. : 280
---- Read to children daily in large groups, small groups, and individually. : 280
---- Use strategies prior to reading to involve children in the text being read. (e.g., predict the topic of the text using front cover and/or illustrations, picture walk) : 280
---- Attend to children's questions and comments during reading. : 280
---- Ask questions about text during reading : 280
---- Allow children time to warm up to new ideas or activities without expecting them to fully participate. : 280
---- Introduce new materials and activities by explaining what they are and providing instructions on their use. : 280
---- Describe appropriate strategies for children's participation or exploration of materials that may be challenging. : 280
---- Demonstrate enthusiasm when introducing new materials. : 280
---- Engage children in "what if" scenarios to discuss potentially dangerous or inappropriate responses and situations. : 280
New Hours 280
Total Hours 280
---- Arranges and encourages physical activities. : 280
---- Provides a variety of materials from children's culture (s), such as dances, music, finger plays and active games. : 280
---- Communicates with children and their guardians about the importance of outdoor play and physical activity for healthy growth and development. : 280
---- Adapts the program to meet the special needs of children with disabilities. : 280
---- Provide opportunities to point to body parts when asked. : 280
---- Provide dolls and puzzles with body parts. : 280
---- Make outlines of body and add details to body parts. : 280
---- Provide experiences that highlight the functions of body parts (e.g., add turkey baster to water table and discuss how a heart pumps, play a smell-identification game). : 280
---- Provide light balls that easily fit in a hand. Encourage child to throw with one hand while stepping forward. : 280
---- Provide targets for children to throw toward. (e.g., hula hoops or baskets) : 280
---- Include toys and equipment that encourage active play. (e.g., three- or four-wheeled steerable vehicles, balls, climbers and slides, ramps) : 280
---- Provide outside time daily. : 280
---- Create opportunities for children to participate in large motor movement games that involve partners. : 280
---- Engage in physical activity with the children : 280
---- Provide space and opportunities for children to walk, run, and climb. : 280
---- Provide opportunities for children to engage in gross motor activities inside. (e.g., dancing and moving to music, bean bag toss) : 280
---- Include large motor movements during transitional times. (e.g., hop to the table, jump five times while you wait to wash your hands) : 280
---- Include motor games and songs. (e.g., Skip to my Lou and The Farmer in the Dell) : 280
---- Create obstacle courses to practice gross motor movements. : 280
---- Teach and encourage children to participate in finger plays. : 280
---- Provide opportunities to use scissors to cut lines. : 280
---- Encourage and allow the time for children to dress independently. : 280
---- Supply tweezers and tongs to grasp objects. : 280
---- Provide a variety of smaller objects to manipulate. : 280
---- Provide opportunities for children to pour water or milk and to serve their own foods. : 280
---- Provide many opportunities for children to write and draw. : 280
---- Maintain an art center with a variety of art tools that are accessible to the children. : 280
---- Provide child-sized tools for classroom jobs. : 280
---- Encourage children to use utensils and drinking cups appropriately during snack and mealtimes. : 280
New Hours 280
Total Hours 280
---- Explicitly use vocabulary for elements and principles of music and movement. (e.g., rhythm, space, tempo, pitch) : 280
---- Model appropriate use of instruments. : 280
---- Call attention to the changes in music as children are listening. : 280
---- Create opportunities for children to express themselves through a variety of music forms and through dance or body movements. : 280
---- Encourage children to be creative during singing by changing words and song endings. : 280
---- Model the use of various voice inflections and facial expressions during read-aloud. : 280
---- Provide props and costumes associated with favorite stories. : 280
---- Participate in dramatic play events as the audience, providing praise and applause : 280
---- Provide opportunities for children to use three-dimensional materials. (e.g., clay, play dough, wood) : 280
---- Allow for individual or group projects to extend over several days. : 280
---- Display children's art work : 280
---- Provide multicultural art materials for use in self representation. : 280
---- Encourage children to use materials for individual expression of feelings or thoughts. : 280
---- Display children's and professional art throughout the classroom at the child's eye level. : 280
---- Discuss the various types and characteristics of photography, painting, dance, performance. : 280
New Hours 280
Total Hours 280
---- Teach children counting songs, rhymes, and chants. : 280
---- Provide and read books, poems, chants with numbers, and number concepts. : 280
---- Use number words and numerals, including zero, in everyday situations. : 280
---- Provide experiences with numbers through daily routines such as attendance and calendar. : 280
---- Provide opportunities for writing numerals and representing numbers. : 280
---- Play number recognition games Model counting and comparing of objects in daily experiences. : 280
---- Explicitly teach mathematical vocabulary. (e.g., "more than," "less than," "equal to") : 280
---- Notice children engaged in numerical play and describe what they are doing. : 280
---- Ask open-ended questions to encourage children to talk about their thinking. (e.g., How do you know there are six blocks?) : 280
---- Listen carefully to children's responses, and restate their responses using clear, age-appropriate, mathematical language. : 280
---- Read books about animals and their adaptation to the changing seasons. : 280
---- Take outside walks to watch for bird migration and to notice weather changes. : 280
---- Display pictures of various animals during different seasons. : 280
---- Use outdoor time as opportunities to explore and investigate the environment. : 280
---- Compare and contrast animals. : 280
---- Provide opportunities to sort by size, color, shape, and texture. : 280
---- Explicitly use science vocabulary. (e.g., solid, liquid, texture) : 280
---- Encourage children to actively care for non-toxic plants provided within the classroom or outside. : 280
New Hours 280
Total Hours 400
---- Discuss issues that affect the program with appropriate staff and follow up on their resolution. : 400
---- Work as a member of a team with others in the classroom and the program, including substitutes, parents/guardians and volunteers. : 400
---- Support staff by offering assistance and supervision when needed. : 400
---- Know the language resources of each family and uses these in the program. : 400
---- Orient new or substitute caregivers and volunteers to routines and special needs and abilities of each child. : 400
---- Implement procedures to help children transition from one age level classroom to another. : 400
---- Know the social services, health and education resources of the community and use them when appropriate. : 400
---- Continually evaluate own practices and performance to identify needs for professional growth. : 400
---- Continue to gain knowledge of physical, cognitive, language, emotional and social development. : 400
---- Take advantage of opportunities for professional and personal development by joining appropriate professional organizations and attending meetings, training courses and conferences. : 400
---- Seek information relevant to the children they are providing care for. : 400
---- Recognize that caregiver fatigue, low morale, and lack of work satisfaction decrease effectiveness and find ways to meet her/his own needs and maintain energy and enthusiasm. : 400
---- Work cooperatively with other staff members, accepts supervision, and helps promote a positive atmosphere at the center. : 400
---- Learn about new laws and regulations affecting center care, children and families. : 400
---- Advocate for quality services and the rights of children. : 400
---- Work with other professionals and parents/guardians to develop effective strategies to communicate to decision makers the needs of the children and families. : 400
---- Is aware that normal developmental characteristics of children often make adults uncomfortable. The teacher can acknowledge these feelings in themselves, coworkers, and parents/guardians while minimizing their negative reactions. : 400
---- Demonstrate ability to address disagreements or issues directly with colleague, rather than including others. : 400
---- Adhere to strict confidentiality standards and make sure families and colleagues do also. : 400
---- Acknowledge that family members are the child's primary teachers and are an expert on their child. : 400
---- Create ongoing formal and informal opportunities to engage with families about their interests, strengths, expectations, concerns, joys, and achievements. : 400
---- Use parents' preferred methods for communication. : 400
---- Promote ongoing and reciprocal communication about day-to-day activities between staff and families. : 400
New Hours 400

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 177
---- Foundations of Early Childhood Education : 177
---- Integrating the Arts into Early Childhood Education : 177
---- Infant and Toddler Development and Curriculum : 177
---- Teaching English Language Learners : 177
---- Introduction to Special Education and Inclusive Practices : 177
---- Early Childhood Education Practicum : 177
---- Introduction to Psychology : 177
---- Child Psychology : 177
New Hours 177
Total Hours 132
---- Foundations of Early Childhood Education : 132
---- Family and Community Relationships : 132
---- Infant and Toddler Development and Curriculum : 132
---- Introduction to Special Education and Inclusive Practices : 132
---- Early Childhood Education Practicum : 132
---- Applied Computer Technology : 132
---- Fundamentals of Writing : 132
---- Reading Improvement : 132
---- English Composition I : 132
New Hours 132
Total Hours 391
---- Family and Community Relationships : 391
---- Health, Safety and Nutrition for the Young Child : 391
---- Integrating the Arts into Early Childhood Education : 391
---- Infant and Toddler Development and Curriculum : 391
---- Early Childhood Education Practicum : 391
---- General Biology I : 391
---- Fundamentals of Writing : 391
---- Reading Improvement : 391
---- English Composition I : 391
---- Elementary Algebra : 391
---- United States History - The 20th Century : 391
---- MATH 1: Course TBD : 391
---- MATH 2: Course TBD : 391
New Hours 391
Total Hours 80
---- Foundations of Early Childhood Education : 80
---- Family and Community Relationships : 80
---- Infant and Toddler Development and Curriculum : 80
---- Teaching English Language Learners : 80
---- Introduction to Special Education and Inclusive Practices : 80
---- Early Childhood Education Practicum : 80
New Hours 80






#13344 Phlebotomist



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13345 Phlebotomist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- Utilize eDH and Cerner computer systems to access patient orders : 400
---- Print requisitions : 400
---- Input orders (including outside provider orders) : 400
---- Print label : 400
---- Research undefined tests : 400
---- Assess appropriateness of multiple tests (avoid duplicate billing : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 100
---- Prepare phlebotomy workstations and patients with appropriate supplies for collecting and labeling blood and fluid specimens : 100
---- Record temperatures on refrigerators : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 700
---- Select appropriate collection site : 700
---- Use aseptic technique when collecting blood : 700
---- Collect appropriate volume : 700
---- Label specimens accurately : 700
---- Assess patient during and after procedure, release when appropriate : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 500
---- Identify patients according to lab policy : 500
---- Explain procedures to patients appropriately : 500
---- Demonstrate integrity and compassion when interacting with patients and caregivers : 500
---- Demonstrate ability to set priorities and be able to manage multiple tasks : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 100
---- Utilize national available resources to keep current on all aspects of the phlebotomy field, including attending conferences, re- certifying credentials, and sharing the latest processes and procedures learned with other departmental staff : 100
---- Attend staff meetings : 100
---- Demonstrate willingness to learn : 100
---- Accept accountability for actions : 100
---- Keep current on changes in lab tests, policies, procedures : 100
---- Complete special assignments without reservation : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Follow all written procedures : 100
---- Use personal protection : 100
---- Follow universal policy when handling specimens : 100
---- Maintain ongoing awareness of patient rights : 100
---- Use written resources and supervisors to solve problems : 100
---- Follow national HIPAA compliance standards : 100
---- Understand and fulfill required overtime and holiday shift work requirements : 100
New Hours 100

Technical Instruction








#13341 Pharmacy Support Staff



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13342 Phlebotomist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 100
---- Communicates clearly, honestly, appropriately and in a timely manner with patients and team members : 100
---- Demonstrates validation and reality orientation when communicating with patients : 100
---- Uses patience and effective communication skills when dealing with difficult situations : 100
---- Demonstrates respect for others : 100
---- Communicates in a non-judgmental manner : 100
---- Respects the confidentiality of patient's information and adheres to HIPAA and facility confidentiality guidelines : 100
---- Demonstrates organizational skills: for example, prepares equipment and supplies to prevent back-tracking prior to care delivery : 100
---- Demonstrates effective time-management as evidenced by cares competed timely : 100
---- Recognizes problems and knows when and who to ask for assistance in problem resolution : 100
---- Incorporates customer service skills in interaction with all - respecting differences and perspectives : 100
---- Demonstrates appropriate use of active listening, paraphrasing, and clarifying in all communications : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 1300
---- Draws blood from veins by vacuum tube, syringe, or butterfly venipuncture methods : 1300
---- Draws blood from capillaries by dermal puncture, such as heel or finger stick methods : 1300
---- Explains fluid or tissue collection procedures to patients : 1300
---- Conducts standard tests, such as blood alcohol, blood culture, oral glucose tolerance, glucose screening, blood smears or peak and trough drug level tests : 1300
---- Draws blood from arteries, using arterial collection techniques : 1300
---- Determines donor suitability, according to interview results, vital signs, and medical history : 1300
---- Monitors blood or plasma donors during and after procedures to ensure health, safety and comfort : 1300
---- Performs saline flushes or dispense anticoagulant drugs through intravenous (IV) lines, in accordance with licensing restrictions and under the direction of a medical doctor : 1300
---- Collect specimens at specific time intervals for tests, such as those assessing therapeutic drug levels : 1300
---- Conducts hemoglobin tests to ensure donor iron levels are normal : 1300
---- Administers subcutaneous or intramuscular injects, in accordance with licensing restrictions : 1300
---- Serves refreshments to donors to ensure absorption of sugar into their systems : 1300
---- Recognizes and reports changes in patient condition : 1300
---- Provide sample analysis results to physicians to assist diagnosis : 1300
New Hours 1300
Total Hours 300
---- Match laboratory requisition forms to specimen tubes : 300
---- Transport specimens or fluid samples from collection sites to laboratories : 300
---- Reinforces bowel and bladder training and implements scheduled toilet plans according to the plan of care : 300
---- Train other medical personnel in phlebotomy or laboratory techniques : 300
---- Calibrate or maintain machines, such as those used for plasma collection : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 50
---- Respects the privacy of patients : 50
---- Recognizes and respects resident individuality and preferences : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 100
---- Enters patient, specimen, insurance, or billing information into computer : 100
---- Documents route of specimens from collection to laboratory analysis and diagnosis : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Demonstrates adherence to OSHA and CDC guidelines to minimize infections by following aseptic techniques including those that apply to blood born pathogens : 100
---- Demonstrates consistent and appropriate hand-washing techniques including use of hand sanitizing agents : 100
---- Disposes of contaminated sharps, in accordance with applicable laws, standards, and policies : 100
---- Disposes of blood or other biohazard fluids or tissue, in accordance with applicable laws, standards, or policies : 100
---- Organizes or cleans blood-drawing trays, ensuring that all instruments are sterile, and all needles, syringes, or related items are of first-time use : 100
---- Collects fluid or tissue samples using appropriate collection procedures : 100
---- Process blood or other fluid samples for further analysis by other medical professionals : 100
New Hours 100

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 5
---- The student will examine the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) Privacy Rule, the first comprehensive Federal protection for the privacy of personal health information. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 5
---- Effective time management is vital to the productive operation of a Phlebotomist. Hence, the student will be introduced to the basics of time management, including how best to perform specific clerical duties, such as taking inventory, ordering supplies, answering telephone, taking messages, filling out forms and scheduling patient appointments. The student will also be exposed to inventorying medical supplies or instruments and retrieving files or charts. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 5
---- The student will learn how to create a digital or analog record detailing treatment, trial or test given. Documents must be accurate, timely and reflect specific services provided to a patient. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 20
---- The student will learn basic concepts of Phlebotomy and how to be a phlebotomist. : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 24
---- The student will learn the roles and responsibilities of a phlebotomists and how to be effective. : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 10
---- The student will learn the structure and how laboratories function when processing specimen samples. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- The student will learn the body’s organ systems, and how the body is organized, from atoms to the entire individual. A discussion of the muscular, skeletal, nervous, and endocrine and circulatory systems will be featured. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- The student will learn the types of equipment is used to store specimen and used to draw blood. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Prior to each collection, review the appropriate test description, including the specimen type indicated, the volume, the procedure, the collection materials, patient preparation, and storage and handling instructions. To preparing the patient you should provide the patient, in advance, with appropriate collection instructions and information on fasting, diet, and medication restrictions when indicated for the specific test. When preparing the specimen, verify the patient's identification. Proper identification of specimens is extremely important. All primary specimen containers must be labeled with two identifiers at the time of collection. Submitted slides may be labeled with a single identifier, but two identifiers are preferred. All specimens should be labeled in the presence of the patient. Process and store the specimen(s) as required. Appropriate storage and handling are necessary to maintain the integrity of the specimen and, consequently, the test results. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 5
---- A Phlebotomist will have to communicate with many different types of people; hence the focus will be on effective communication skills with patients. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 10
---- The art of safety and infection control is key to an effective healthcare employee, and particular attention will be paid to how infections spread and what can be done to break the chain of infection, including proper hand washing. Emphasis is placed on how to effectively change linens, such as bed sheets and pillowcases and clean and organize work area and disinfect equipment after treatment. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 5
---- The student will examine the Occupational Safety and Health Standards (OSHA) to learn about the use of hazardous materials, personal protective equipment, medical services and first aid, fire protection as well as toxic/hazardous substances. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 15
---- The student will learn how to transport specimen to laboratories for testing and how to give/read results. : 15
New Hours 15






#13340 Pharmacy Technician, Retail Store



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 130
---- Opening an Effective Patient Care Conversation : 130
---- Pharmacy Basics : 130
---- Foundations of Pharmacy : 130
---- Foundations of Pick-up : 130
---- Pick-Up On-the-Job Learning (OJL) : 130
---- Foundations of Production : 130
---- Production On-the-Job Learning (OJL) : 130
---- Drive-Thru Workstation On-the-Job Learning (OJL) : 130
---- Foundations of Inventory Management : 130
---- Inventory Management On-the-Job Learning : 130
---- Outside Vendor Orders: Practice : 130
---- Third Party Plans and Cards : 130
---- Foundations of Drop-off : 130
---- Advanced Drop-off (Instructor Led Training or ILT) : 130
---- Drop-off On-the-Job Learning (OJL) : 130
---- Introduction to Inventory Management : 130
---- Waiting Bin Maintenance : 130
---- Advanced Inventory Management : 130
---- Advanced Inventory Management On-the-Job Learning (OJL) : 130
---- Introduction to Pharmacy : 130
---- Introduction to Pick-up : 130
---- Introduction to Production : 130
---- Introduction to Drive-thru : 130
---- Introduction to Drop-off : 130
---- Advanced Drop-off Web-Based Training : 130
---- ExtraCare Pharmacy & Health Rewards : 130
---- Medicare D: Prescription Plans : 130
---- iPLEDGE REMS Program Training for Pharmacy Support Staff : 130
---- Safe Production and Production Safety Zone Video Acknowledgement : 130
---- Professional Practices Quality Assurance Standards : 130
---- myStore Health Accepting Prescriptions : 130
---- myStore - New Colleague Orientation : 130
---- Register Basics : 130
---- Customer Refunds : 130
---- Introduction to ExtraCare : 130
---- Medicare Part B Retail Pharmacy Training : 130
---- CVS Health Code of Conduct Training : 130
---- CVS Health Employee Handbook : 130
---- New Colleague Compliance Training : 130
---- CVS Health - Firewall Training : 130
---- Bi-Annual Training: Pharmacy Technician/Pharmacy Tech Apprentices Version : 130
---- PSE/E Training : 130
---- Recognizing and Preventing Workplace Violence : 130
---- Safety General Awareness and Emergency Procedures Plan Training : 130
---- Preventing Money Laundering: Pharmacy Version : 130
---- Privacy Training - Level 3 : 130
---- Security Awareness Training : 130
---- Arbitration of Workplace Legal Disputes : 130
---- DEA & Pharmacy Regulatory Training for Pharmacy Support Staff : 130
New Hours 130






#13338 Optical Dispenser



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 80
---- Coursework in this module is designed to teach the basic anatomy and physiology of the eye. Causes and treatments of low vision are discussed, and you will also receive hands-on classroom training in lensometry, frame measurements and patient measurements. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- In these courses, you will learn about different lens designs, prescription, true powers, and transposition, metric system and diopter power. You will also practice the steps required to fabricate multifocal glasses using plastic, metal and nylon chord frames and receive hands-on experience in progressive lens mapping techniques. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Coursework in this module covers different lens and frame materials and designs as well as various optical products available in the market. You will be introduced to salesmanship, and you will have the opportunity to practice frame standard and anatomical alignments and repairs. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- In these courses, you will study anatomy and the physiology of the eye as you learn to fit, insert and remove soft contact lenses. You will also gain hands-on practice with keratometer, slit lamp and other related instruments to verify CL parameters and be introduced to various complications and medical problems related to CL wear. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- These courses focuses on teaching you the effect of vertex distance on lens power. Refractive errors are presented, and you will study the proper care system for rigid lenses. You will also be introduced to various complications and medical conditions that require specialty contact lens fitting. : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 80
---- Understanding Lens Materials and their Abby value, specific gravity and refractive index as it relates to the prescription. In these courses, different lens designs, prescription, true powers, transposition, the metric system and diopter power are discussed, and you will learn to calculate the horizontal and vertical powers. You will also receive hands-on experience in lensometry, frame measurements and patient measurements while practicing the steps required fabricating a pair of glasses with prescribed prisms. : 80
New Hours 80






#13339 Pharmacy Technician, Pharmacy Benefits Management



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 146
---- Pharmacy Technician Certification Boards - PTCB National Certification : 146
---- Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) - Session 1 (WBT/Online) : 146
---- Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) - Session 2 (WBT/Online) : 146
---- Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) - Session 3 (WBT/Online) : 146
---- Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) - Session 4 (WBT/Online) : 146
---- Business Overview - CVS Caremark : 146
---- Clinical Services - Famous for Service - Dedicated - Individual Contributor : 146
---- CAS Web - Core Functions : 146
---- Prior Authorization (PA) Escalation Consultation : 146
---- Salesforce.com Prior Authorization Workflow - CAS : 146
---- Introduction to Quality Assurance : 146
---- Customer Service over the Phone : 146
---- Building Trust : 146
---- Behavioral Styles : 146
---- Making Telephone Calls Count : 146
---- Different Like You - Appreciating Diversity in the 21st Century : 146
---- Top 100 Drugs for Prior Authorization in the PBM : 146
New Hours 146
Total Hours 22
---- Embracing Change: An Individual Reflection on Building Commitment to Change : 22
---- Interpersonal Communication: Listening Essentials : 22
---- Problem Solving: Determining and Building Your Strengths : 22
---- Diversity, Empowerment and High Performance - Part 1 of 2 : 22
---- Diversity, Empowerment and High Performance - Part 2 of 2 : 22
---- Customer Interactions : 22
---- Communication Skills : 22
---- Conflict, Stress and Time Management : 22
---- Techniques for Improved Time Management : 22
---- Professionalism, Business Etiquette, and Personal Accountability : 22
---- Creating Workbooks, Worksheets, and Data in Excel : 22
New Hours 22






#13336 Certified Nursing Assistant in a Home Care Setting



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 1
---- Apprentice learns to explain the importance of the relationship between the consumer and the direct- care worker for quality of care : 1
---- Apprentice learns to define the role of the direct-care worker in relation to other members of the service team in various long-term care settings : 1
---- Apprentice learns to explain the role of the direct- care worker in relation to the consumer receiving services in various long-term care settings : 1
New Hours 1
Total Hours 4
---- Apprentice learns to demonstrate professionalism and responsibility, including in timeliness and appearance : 4
---- Apprentice learns to explain the purpose of the care plan : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 1
---- Apprentice learns to listen to and observe the preferences of the consumer : 1
---- Apprentice learns to respect the consumer’s right to privacy, respect, and dignity : 1
---- Apprentice learns to demonstrate ways of promoting the consumer’s independence : 1
---- Apprentice learns to explain the philosophies of consumer direction and independent living : 1
---- Apprentice learns to respect the confidentiality of consumer information, adhere to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), and follow employer confidentiality guidelines : 1
New Hours 1
Total Hours 1
---- Apprentice learns about consumer rights and worker rights : 1
New Hours 1
Total Hours 2
---- Apprentice learns to work within large groups : 2
---- Apprentice learns to tell story : 2
---- Apprentices learns about affirmations : 2
New Hours 2
Total Hours 3
---- Apprentice learns to listen well : 3
---- Apprentice learns about the skills of paraphrasing: saying it in your own words : 3
---- Apprentice learns about asking open-ended questions : 3
---- Apprentice learns about communication skills : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 1
---- Apprentices learn to recognize and report abuse and neglect : 1
New Hours 1
Total Hours 3
---- Apprentice learns about overview of personal care and supporting consumer’s dignity : 3
---- Apprentice learns about bathing with dignity : 3
---- Apprentice learns about bed bath with Pericare demonstration : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 16
---- Apprentice learns to demonstrate bath, shower, hair care, and shaving : 16
---- Apprentice learns to demonstrate proper care of the skin, hands, fingernails, feet, and toenails : 16
---- Apprentice learns to assist a consumer to stand, transfer, and use assistive devices for ambulation : 16
---- Apprentice learns to make a bed : 16
---- Apprentice learns to assist consumer to stand, transfer, and ambulate : 16
---- Apprentice learns to assist consumer with healthy toilet practices : 16
---- Apprentice learns about bedpan, urinal, portable commode, and catheter care : 16
---- Apprentice learns to assist consumers who are reluctant to do Activities of Daily Living : 16
---- Apprentice learns about building relationships with the consumer’s family : 16
---- Apprentice learns to dress consumer with dignity : 16
---- Apprentice learns about eating for health and enjoyment : 16
---- Apprentice learns to assist with eating and exploring options approach to problem solving : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 23
---- Apprentice learns about body systems : 23
---- Apprentice learns background information about common diseases : 23
---- Apprentice learns how to read and record temperature, pulse and respiration : 23
---- Apprentice learns about congestive heart failure causes, symptoms, and body effects : 23
---- Apprentice learns about caring for a consumer with congestive heart failure and when to call for medical assistance : 23
---- Apprentice learns about diabetes and how it effects on the body, type of diabetes, management plan, blood sugar tests and insulin : 23
---- Apprentice learns about caring for a consumer with diabetes, including diet, foot and skin care, low blood sugar signs and treatment, and red flags : 23
---- Apprentice learns about high blood pressure, taking measurements, and body effects : 23
---- Apprentice learns about high blood pressure causes and symptoms, caring for the consumer, lifestyle changes, medications, and red flags : 23
---- Apprentice learns about cancer, how it effects the body, and signs and symptoms : 23
---- Apprentice learns about cancer treatments, side effects, and coping strategies : 23
---- Apprentice learns about asthma key terms and how it affects the body, symptoms and attacks, managing medications, self-management, and red flags : 23
New Hours 23
Total Hours 8
---- Apprentice learns about fibromyalgia, causes and symptoms, diagnosis and body effects : 8
---- Apprentices learn about fibromyalgia treatments and prevention : 8
---- Apprentice learns about spinal cord injuries, treatments, red flags, and coping mechanisms : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 7
---- Apprentice learns about assisting with self- administered medications : 7
---- Apprentice learns about care of eyeglasses, hand earing aides, prostheses : 7
---- Apprentice learns about types of wounds, phases of healing, factors influencing healing, complications, infection, and surgical factors : 7
---- Apprentice learns about ulcers, symptoms, care, complications, and red flags : 7
New Hours 7
Total Hours 5
---- Apprentice learns an introduction to a consumer living at home : 5
---- Apprentice learns about care of the home : 5
---- Apprentice learns about supporting the diet and nutrition of consumer : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 4
---- Apprentice learns about oxygen therapy and the consumer’s feelings : 4
---- Apprentice learns about oxygen delivery, care of equipment, safety measures, and suctioning : 4
---- Apprentice learns about tracheostomy and care, potential complications, and red flags : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 3
---- Apprentice learns an overview of infection : 3
---- Apprentice learns about infection control strategies, standard precautions, and consumer education : 3
---- Apprentice learns about hand washing, using gloves, and mixing universal solutions : 3
---- Apprentice learns about disposal of wastes : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 3
---- Apprentice learns to mirror exercise : 3
---- Apprentice learns about good body mechanics and lifting an object : 3
---- Apprentice learns about good body mechanics and positioning a person : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 8
---- Apprentice learns about general safety and emergency procedures in the consumer’s home : 8
---- Apprentice satisfactorily completes CPR and First Aid, qualifying for certification : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 7
---- Apprentices learns an overview to working with consumers with physical disabilities : 7
---- Apprentice learns an overview to working with self- directing consumers : 7
---- Apprentice learns to respond to sexual behavior of the consumer : 7
New Hours 7
Total Hours 3
---- Apprentice learns about building empathy : 3
---- Apprentice learns about physical changes as we age : 3
---- Apprentice learns about experiencing sensory changes : 3
---- Apprentice learns to help consumers to manage physical changes of aging : 3
New Hours 3
Total Hours 6
---- Apprentice is provided an introduction to consumer who is depressed : 6
---- Apprentice learns about changes in how people feel and relate to others as they age : 6
---- Apprentice learns about understanding depression, including types and symptoms : 6
---- Apprentice learns about depression and other illnesses : 6
---- Apprentice learns about medications and side effects : 6
---- Apprentice learns about various depression therapies and exploring options to solve problems : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 6
---- Apprentice learns an overview of a consumer with Alzheimer’s Disease : 6
---- Apprentice learns about understanding Alzheimer’s Disease : 6
---- Apprentice learns to work with challenging behaviors : 6
---- Apprentice learns about cognitive impairment and cognitive coaching : 6
---- Apprentice learns about different levels of cognitive disabilities, behavioral problems, cognitive coaching and care : 6
---- Apprentice learns about managing agitation and communication tips : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 10
---- Apprentice learns about working with consumers who have a mental illness or a developmental disability : 10
---- Apprentices learn about cerebral palsy, causes, early signs, behaviors, and treatments : 10
---- Apprentices learns about caring for a consumer with cerebral palsy: bathing and personal hygiene, exercise and nutrition, suction, toilet training, sleeping, seizures, and vision, and education : 10
---- Apprentices learn about spina bifida, possible causes, early treatment, hydrocephalus, and shunt care and complications : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 4
---- Apprentice learns about drug addiction as a disease and stages and treatments : 4
---- Apprentice learns about alcohol addictions, stages and treatments : 4
---- Apprentice learns about red flags in caring for consumers with addiction : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 2
---- Apprentice learns about managing time : 2
---- Apprentice learns about managing stress : 2
New Hours 2






#13335 Certified Nurse Assistant



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 8
---- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) : 8
---- Automated External Defibrillator (AED) : 8
---- Single Rescuer Life Support Skills : 8
---- Team Based Life Support Skills : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 16
---- Communication and Interpersonal Skills : 16
---- Infection Control : 16
---- Safety and Emergency Procedures : 16
---- Promoting Residence Independence : 16
---- Clean and Safe Environment : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 18
---- Taking and Recording Vital Signs : 18
---- Measuring and Recording Height and Weight : 18
---- Caring for the Resident’s Environment : 18
---- Recognizing Abnormal Changes in Body Functions and the Importance of : 18
---- Reporting Such Changes : 18
---- Freedom from Pain : 18
---- Caring for Patients When Death is Imminent : 18
New Hours 18
Total Hours 28
---- Overview of Personal Care : 28
---- Bathing : 28
---- Grooming : 28
---- Dressing : 28
---- Toileting : 28
---- Assisting with Eating and Hydration : 28
---- Proper Feeding Techniques : 28
---- Skin Care and Alterations in Skin : 28
---- Transfers, Positioning, and Turning : 28
---- Ambulation : 28
New Hours 28
Total Hours 10
---- Developmental Tasks that Occur with the Aging Process : 10
---- How to Respond to Resident Behaviors : 10
---- Modifying Aid’s Behavior in Response to Resident’s Behavior : 10
---- Allowing the Resident to make Personal Choices, Providing and : 10
---- Reinforcing other Behavior Consistent with the Resident’s Dignity : 10
---- Family as a Source of Emotional Support : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Techniques for Addressing the Unique Needs and Behaviors of : 10
---- Individuals with Dementia (Alzheimer’s and Others) : 10
---- Communicating with Cognitively Impaired Residents : 10
---- Understanding Behaviors of Cognitively Impaired Residents : 10
---- Appropriate Responses to the Behavior of Cognitively Impaired : 10
---- Residents : 10
---- Methods of Reducing the Effects of Cognitive Impairments : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Training the Resident in Self-Care According to the Resident’s Abilities : 10
---- Use of Assistive Devices in Transferring, Ambulating, Eating and Dressing : 10
---- Maintenance of Range of Motion : 10
---- Proper Turning and Positioning in Bed and Chairs : 10
---- Bowel and Bladder Training : 10
---- Care and Use of Prosthetic and Orthotic Devices : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- Providing Privacy and Maintenance of Confidentiality : 10
---- Promoting Resident’s Rights : 10
---- Giving Assistance in Resolving Grievances and Disputes : 10
---- Providing needed assistance in getting to and participating in Resident : 10
---- and Family Groups and Other Activities : 10
---- Maintaining Care and Security of Resident’s Personal Possessions : 10
---- Promoting the Resident’s Rights to be Free from Abuse, Mistreatment, : 10
---- and Neglect and the Need to Report Any Instance of Such Treatment to : 10
---- Appropriate Facility Staff : 10
---- Avoiding the Need for Restraints in Accordance with Current : 10
---- Professional Standards : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 24
---- State and/or Employer Required Additional Classes for CNA : 24
---- Caring for Specific Populations with Special Needs as a CNA : 24
---- Additional Course Work on Course Topics as Listed Above : 24
New Hours 24






#13334 Patient Care Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 176
---- This course provides the knowledge and skills required of people seeking employment as Nursing Assistants in long-term and acute care facilities. The course combines the nursing assistant theory of health and disease across the life span, client care skills in a practice lab setting, and medical terminology. : 176
New Hours 176
Total Hours 62
---- This course is designed to prepare nursing assistants with the knowledge and skills they need to perform advanced skills in an advanced care setting. Participants are introduced to skills and equipment that are frequently used to provide care for patients needing advanced care. Topics include sterile fields, wound care, catheter care, oxygenation, and other advanced care skills : 62
New Hours 62
Total Hours 40
---- This course is designed to supplement the training provided in Advanced Patient Care Theory. Participants will gain practical experience in a clinical setting. : 40
New Hours 40
Total Hours 48
---- This is a course designed for a person who has little or no knowledge of basic electrophysiology and arrhythmia identification. The course focuses on the identification of normal and abnormal EKG rhythms, atrial/ ventricular arrhythmias, heart block, and pacemakers. Participants can relate cardiac rhythms to physiologic occurrences and interpret their degree of clinical significance. This course also prepares participants to operate an EKG (electrocardiogram) machine in a variety of work settings. Topics include basic arrhythmia identification, patient preparation, various leads, and basic EKG interpretation. : 48
New Hours 48
Total Hours 84
---- This two-part course covers how to collect blood and other specimens such as urine and stool samples and throat cultures and how to prepare samples for testing as a phlebotomist. Included is an overview of the anatomy and physiology of the systems requiring specimen collection. Proper documentation of each skill and correct use of Universal and Standard Precautions are emphasized. This course prepares students to take the National Center for Certification Testing (NCCT) phlebotomy exam. : 84
New Hours 84






#13332 Polysomnographic Technologist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- The role of the polysomnographic tech :
---- Hookup procedures :
---- Electrode placement :
---- Instrumentation :
---- Tech documentation :
---- Artifact recognition & correction :
---- CPAP – critical interface and titration :
---- Sleep stage snoring :
---- Normal sleep :
---- Limb movement disorders :
---- Sleep disordered breathing :
---- CPAP & bi-level titration & compliance :
---- Surgical approaches for sleep disordered breathing :
---- Upper airway resistance syndrome :
---- Recording & scoring of respiratory activity :
---- MSLT/MWT; technique, indication & interpretation :
---- DC amplifiers & Infection control workshop :
---- Narcolepsy :
---- Insomnia :
---- Parasomnias :
---- Nocturnal seizures :
---- Pediatric sleep disorders :
---- Review of Polysomnograms :
---- Home sleep testing :
---- Finding your first sleep job :
---- Overview of the registry exam process :
New Hours






#13329 Medical Secretary



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- Greet patients utilizing Achieving Excellence skills such as AIDET and "managing up" : 500
---- Provide directions and answer questions within scope of responsibility : 500
---- Answer telephone and assist or direct as necessary : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 600
---- Collect demographic and insurance information : 600
---- Understand and follow all regulations : 600
---- Discuss financial obligations and refer appropriately for financial counseling : 600
---- Establish budget plans : 600
---- Use computer tools and software : 600
---- Data entry : 600
---- Provide invoice detail to patient : 600
---- Reconcile daily receipts : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 350
---- Perform file/record management : 350
---- Remain compliant on all procedures and education : 350
---- Participate in staff meetings : 350
---- Intradepartmental communications : 350
---- Verify insurance information : 350
---- Operate office equipment and effectively utilize software and multiple systems : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 250
---- Use computer systems to complete registrations or updates for lab-only patient visits : 250
---- Schedule appointments : 250
---- Interdepartmental communications to request appointments or orders : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 150
---- Attendance and dress code : 150
New Hours 150

Technical Instruction








#13330 Network Security Administrator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 300
---- Install and configure firewalls and routers : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 400
---- Review monitoring and security system logs (i.e. intrusion detection system, firewall system logs, etc.) and directly remediate or coordinate remediation of identified issues : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 400
---- Configure and troubleshoot security services, including: IPS (Intrusion Prevention Systems), IDS (Intrusion Detection Systems), URL Filters, DDOS (Distributed Denial of Service) protection : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 100
---- Configure and troubleshoot site to site IPSVPN (Internet Protocol Security Virtual Private Networks) on router and firewall platforms : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Install, configure and troubleshoot remote access VPN (Virtual Private Network) solutions : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- Configure and troubleshoot DMVPN (Dynamic Multipoint Virtual Private Network) topologies : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 300
---- Work directly with customers to resolve firewall and security issues : 300
New Hours 300
Total Hours 100
---- Compose and write detailed design and customer documentation as required : 100
New Hours 100

Technical Instruction








#13331 Systems Administrator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 140
---- Server machine roles : 140
---- Considerations in managing servers vs. desktop/laptop workstations : 140
---- Clustering, distributed roles, and virtualization concepts : 140
---- Managing storage solutions and network-attached storage : 140
---- Understanding essential services : 140
---- Monitoring and troubleshooting server applications and services : 140
---- Configuring file and print services : 140
---- Introduction to network services and applications : 140
---- Configuring encryption and auditing : 140
---- Deploying and maintaining server images : 140
---- Implementing software updates and security patches : 140
---- Monitoring server logs and error reports : 140
New Hours 140
Total Hours 120
---- Network Theory (network standards and OSI model, network types, configurations, and data transmission methods) : 120
---- Implementing networking solutions (Internet Protocol versions 4 and 6, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, Domain Name System, ICMP, TCP/IP, UTP) : 120
---- Bounded network media (copper vs. fiber, installation requirements, noise control) : 120
---- Unbounded network media (wireless networking) : 120
---- Network implementations (topologies of physical/logical networks, Ethernet, network devices, VLANs) : 120
---- WAN Infrastructure (WAN basics, connectivity, transmission, unified communication technologies, cloud and virtualization technologies) : 120
---- Network security basics (vulnerabilities, threats/attacks, authentication, encryption) : 120
---- Preventing and responding to security breaches : 120
---- Physical security, network access controls, firewalls, intrusion detection and prevention, user education, incident management and response, basic forensics : 120
---- Remote networking (architectures, VPNs) : 120
---- Network management and troubleshooting : 120
New Hours 120
Total Hours 80
---- Introduction to user access levels, group policies, and tree hierarchies : 80
---- Overview of Active Directory, LDAP, and other group tools : 80
---- Configuring user account permissions and enforcing password and security requirements : 80
---- Managing domain controllers and forests : 80
---- Implementing a group policy infrastructure : 80
---- Managing user desktops with group policy : 80
---- Automating domain directory service administration : 80
New Hours 80
Total Hours 60
---- Implementing advanced network services (special roles, unusual routing protocols) : 60
---- Implementing advanced file services and configuration options (including cloud-connected storage) : 60
---- Implementing Dynamic Access Control : 60
---- Implementing distributed LDAP/Kerberos/Active Directory domain services deployments, sites, replication, certificate services, rights management : 60
---- Implementing network load balancing : 60
---- Implementing failover clustering : 60
New Hours 60






#13326 Medical Records and Health Information Technicians and Medical Coders



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13327 Health Unit Coordinator



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 250
---- : 250
New Hours 250
Total Hours 124
---- : 124
New Hours 124
Total Hours 50
---- : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 8
---- : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 75
---- : 75
New Hours 75
Total Hours 150
---- : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 25
---- : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 10
---- : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 150
---- : 150
New Hours 150
Total Hours 4
---- : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 10
---- : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 5
---- : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 500
---- : 500
New Hours 500
Total Hours 5
---- : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 5
---- : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 1
---- : 1
New Hours 1
Total Hours 10
---- : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 10
---- : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 5
---- : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 35
---- : 35
New Hours 35

Technical Instruction








#13323 Ambulatory Coder



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 12
---- Focus on medical terminology: students learn to articulate concepts of body systems, components within individual systems, and relationships between systems including the terminology of body systems relevant to disease, diagnostic and therapeutic tests, and procedures. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- An introduction to computers and their use in information processing. Use computer programs such as word processing, spreadsheets, and data base management, as well as Internet applications : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- The organization of the human body, the definition of the terminology used to describe the location and function of anatomical structures, the outline of the basic chemical concepts essential for understanding physiological processes. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Combination of the study of human disease processes and treatments. Discussion of etiology and pathogenesis of diseases along with the application of diagnostic procedures and patient care. Includes pathology and underlying principles of the human systems along with characteristics of typical drugs, side effects, cautions, and interactions. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Payment systems, including those for inpatient and ambulatory care settings, as well as those for psychiatric, hospice, and home health services. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Legal principles and terminology, as well as health records as legal documents, administration of the law, legal aspects of healthcare facilities, medical staff organization, privacy, and security. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Introduction to the health information management field and opportunities available for students after graduation. Presents an evolutionary view of health information systems. Professional ethics and exposure to current issues impacting the field are included. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- The historical development of classification systems for documenting diagnoses and procedures. Application of current and future coding systems as well as coding clinical guidelines for diseases and procedures. Both inpatient and outpatient systems will be reviewed. Compliance and ethics are stressed in each lesson. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- In-depth study of diagnosis coding using the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) classification system. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- An in-depth study of procedural coding using the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) classification system and the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) system : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Study of International Classification of Diseases (ICD) classification systems, the Current Procedure Terminology (CPT) system, and HCPCS Level II classification systems. Students will demonstrate mastery of coding conventions, coding principles, and official inpatient and outpatient guidelines using case studies. : 12
New Hours 12






#13324 Medical Coder



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 700
---- : 700
New Hours 700
Total Hours 400
---- : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 200
---- : 200
New Hours 200
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 100
---- : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 150
---- : 150
New Hours 150

Technical Instruction








#13322 Hospital Coder



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 50
---- Focus on medical terminology: students learn to articulate concepts of body systems, components within individual systems, and relationships between systems including the terminology of body systems relevant to disease, diagnostic and therapeutic tests, and procedures. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- An introduction to computers and their use in information processing. Use computer programs such as word processing, spreadsheets, and data base management, as well as Internet applications : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- The organization of the human body, the definition of the terminology used to describe the location and function of anatomical structures, the outline of the basic chemical concepts essential for understanding physiological processes. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- Combination of the study of human disease processes and treatments. Discussion of etiology and pathogenesis of diseases along with the application of diagnostic procedures and patient care. Includes pathology and underlying principles of the human systems along with characteristics of typical drugs, side effects, cautions, and interactions. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- Payment systems, including those for inpatient and ambulatory care settings, as well as those for psychiatric, hospice, and home health services. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- Legal principles and terminology, as well as health records as legal documents, administration of the law, legal aspects of healthcare facilities, medical staff organization, privacy, and security. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- Introduction to the health information management field and opportunities available for students after graduation. Presents an evolutionary view of health information systems. Professional ethics and exposure to current issues impacting the field are included. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- The historical development of classification systems for documenting diagnoses and procedures. Application of current and future coding systems as well as coding clinical guidelines for diseases and procedures. Both inpatient and outpatient systems will be reviewed. Compliance and ethics are stressed in each lesson. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- In-depth study of diagnosis coding using the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) classification system. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- An in-depth study of procedural coding using the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) classification system and the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) system : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- Intermediate and advanced study of International Classification of Diseases (ICD) classification systems, the Current Procedure Terminology (CPT) system, and HCPCS Level II classification systems. Students will demonstrate mastery of coding conventions, coding principles, and official inpatient and outpatient guidelines using case studies. : 50
New Hours 50






#13320 Medical/Hospital Outpatient Coder



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 0
New Hours 0

Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Successful completion of Anatomy & Physiology/Human Biology and Medical Terminology at a community college are required before entering the apprenticeship program. :
New Hours
Total Hours 80
---- The Business of Medicine : 80
---- Medical Terminology and Anatomy Review : 80
---- Introduction to ICD-10-CM : 80
---- ICD-10-CM Coding Chapters 1-11 : 80
---- ICD-10-CM Coding Chapters 12-21 : 80
---- Intro to CPT, Surgery Guidelines, HCPCS, and Modifiers : 80
---- Integumentary System : 80
---- Musculoskeletal System : 80
---- Respiratory, Hemic, Lymphatic, Mediastinum and Diaphragm : 80
---- Cardiovascular System : 80
---- Digestive System : 80
---- Urinary System and Male Genital System : 80
---- Female Reproductive System : 80
---- Endocrine and Nervous System : 80
---- Eye and Ocular Adnexa, Auditory Systems : 80
---- Anesthesia : 80
---- Radiology : 80
---- Pathology and Laboratory : 80
---- Evaluation and Management : 80
---- Medicine : 80
---- Final Examination : 80
New Hours 80






#13321 Medical/Hospital Inpatient Coder



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 50
---- Focus on medical terminology: students learn to articulate concepts of body systems, components within individual systems, and relationships between systems including the terminology of body systems relevant to disease, diagnostic and therapeutic tests, and procedures. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- An introduction to computers and their use in information processing. Use computer programs such as word processing, spreadsheets, and data base management, as well as Internet applications : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- The organization of the human body, the definition of the terminology used to describe the location and function of anatomical structures, the outline of the basic chemical concepts essential for understanding physiological processes. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- Combination of the study of human disease processes and treatments. Discussion of etiology and pathogenesis of diseases along with the application of diagnostic procedures and patient care. Includes pathology and underlying principles of the human systems along with characteristics of typical drugs, side effects, cautions, and interactions. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- Payment systems, including those for inpatient and ambulatory care settings, as well as those for psychiatric, hospice, and home health services. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- Legal principles and terminology, as well as health records as legal documents, administration of the law, legal aspects of healthcare facilities, medical staff organization, privacy, and security. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- Introduction to the health information management field and opportunities available for students after graduation. Presents an evolutionary view of health information systems. Professional ethics and exposure to current issues impacting the field are included. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- The historical development of classification systems for documenting diagnoses and procedures. Application of current and future coding systems as well as coding clinical guidelines for diseases and procedures. Both inpatient and outpatient systems will be reviewed. Compliance and ethics are stressed in each lesson. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- In-depth study of diagnosis coding using the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) classification system. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- An in-depth study of procedural coding using the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) classification system and the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) system : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 50
---- Intermediate and advanced study of International Classification of Diseases (ICD) classification systems, the Current Procedure Terminology (CPT) system, and HCPCS Level II classification systems. Students will demonstrate mastery of coding conventions, coding principles, and official inpatient and outpatient guidelines using case studies. : 50
New Hours 50






#13319 Health Information Management Professional Fee Coder



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 20
---- Describe the health record and standard health record formats : 20
---- Identify organizations that direct health record format : 20
---- Recognize basic elements of health record documentation : 20
---- Understand the resources used to assign diagnostic and procedure codes : 20
---- Understand CPT structure and coding conventions : 20
---- Identify the sources of documentation that generate physician codes and charges : 20
---- Identify codable diagnostic and procedural statements (in physician office documentation) : 20
---- Understand the Ambulatory Coding Guidelines for ICD-10-CM : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Understand documentation guidelines : 20
---- Define evaluation and management services : 20
---- Understand terms commonly used in reporting E/M Services : 20
---- Define the levels of E/M Services : 20
---- Understand modifiers : 20
---- Define the various E/M categories : 20
---- Identify the HCPCS codes used in evaluation and management coding : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Describe the format and arrangement of codes in the anesthesia section : 20
---- Explain the anesthesia package : 20
---- Identify and apply the modifiers commonly used in reporting anesthesia services : 20
---- Identify codes used in reporting qualifying circumstances : 20
---- Perform the steps used in coding anesthesia services : 20
---- Calculate fees for anesthesia services : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Identify coding used in the surgery section : 20
---- Explain the use of modifiers used in surgery coding : 20
---- Assign codes used in all surgery sections : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Describe the Radiology surgery section format and arrangement : 20
---- Identify and apply the modifiers used in Radiology coding : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Describe the pathology and laboratory section structure and content : 20
---- Understand the Clinical laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA) : 20
---- Interpret quantitative and qualitative studies : 20
---- Understand the Guidelines Pertaining to Pathology and Laboratory subsections : 20
---- Identify and apply the modifiers used in Pathology and Laboratory coding : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Understand the Medicine section content and code structure for all specialties : 20
---- Identify and assign the appropriate modifiers used in coding Medicine services : 20
---- Identify and assign the appropriate HCPCS codes used in coding Medicine services : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Understand the HCPCS code assignment hierarchy and the steps in HCPCS code assignment : 20
---- Understand the effect of HIPAA on HCPCS : 20
---- Identify the Level II codes that are inappropriate for professional billing : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Understand the types of Modifiers : 20
---- Identify and assign modifiers : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 20
---- Understand the reimbursement process and mechanisms : 20
---- Describe Fee Schedule management : 20
---- Identify sources of coding and reimbursement guidelines : 20
---- Identify payer-specific guidelines : 20
---- Understand how to submit claims and the claims process : 20
---- Identify the data elements of a computerized internal Fee Schedule : 20
New Hours 20
Total Hours 16
---- Perform data evaluation : 16
---- Interpret computerized internal Fee Schedule Reports : 16
---- Analyze Payer Remittance Reports : 16
New Hours 16






#13317 Central Sterile Processing Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13318 Sterile Supply Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13315 Central Sterile Processing Technician



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 120
---- : 120
New Hours 120
Total Hours 760
---- : 760
New Hours 760
Total Hours 760
---- : 760
New Hours 760
Total Hours 180
---- : 180
New Hours 180

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 32
---- Area Specific Safety Standards : 32
---- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : 32
---- Temperature & Humidity of the Work Environment : 32
---- Preparing Work Area For Decontamination : 32
---- Quality Tests : 32
---- Maintenance & Troubleshooting of Equipment : 32
---- Identification & Separation of Reusable & Disposable Items : 32
---- Preparing Items for Decontamination : 32
---- Selecting & Using Appropriate Disinfectant : 32
---- High Level Disinfection (HLD) Process : 32
---- Transferring Items to Preparation Area : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 32
---- Area Specific Safety Standards : 32
---- Temperature & Humidity of the Work Environment : 32
---- Preparing Work Area for Packaging : 32
---- Receiving Items for Preparation : 32
---- Inspecting Items for Cleanliness & Functionality : 32
---- Identifying Correct Contents for Assembly : 32
---- Assembling Contents for Packaging : 32
---- Packaging Method : 32
---- Labeling Method : 32
---- Transferring Items to Appropriate Area : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 8
---- Record Maintenance : 8
---- Environmental Condition Monitoring & Corrective Action : 8
---- Employee Education, Safety & Risk Management : 8
New Hours 8
Total Hours 32
---- Area Specific Safety Standards : 32
---- Temperature & Humidity of the Work Environment : 32
---- Preparing the Work Area for Sterilization : 32
---- Sterilizer Tests : 32
---- Sterilization Methods & Cycles : 32
---- Pre- & Post-Sterilization Package Integrity : 32
---- Load Sterilizer : 32
---- Operating & Monitoring Sterilization Equipment : 32
---- Cycle Parameter Verification : 32
---- Unloading Sterilizer : 32
---- Test Results : 32
---- Potential Process Failures : 32
---- Load Control (Lot) Number : 32
---- Documenting Sterilization Load Contents : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 10
---- Customer Relations : 10
---- Teamwork & Work Groups : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 32
---- Area Specific Safety Standards : 32
---- Temperature & Humidity of the Work Environment : 32
---- Preparing the Work Area for Storage : 32
---- Ordering & Inventory Replenishment : 32
---- Receiving & Inspecting Inventory : 32
---- Stocking & Rotating Inventory : 32
---- Distributing Sterile & Non-Sterile Items : 32
---- Monitoring & Tracking Items Distributed : 32
---- Loss of Sterile Items : 32
New Hours 32
Total Hours 15
---- Area Specific Safety Standards : 15
---- Temperature & Humidity of the Work Environment : 15
---- Preparing the Work Area for Distribution : 15
---- Receiving Items for Preparation : 15
---- Inspecting Equipment for Cleanliness & Functionality : 15
---- Preparing Equipment for Distribution : 15
---- Care & Handling : 15
---- Distributing & Tracking Equipment : 15
New Hours 15
Total Hours
---- Central Service Work Flow :
---- The Processing Cycle :
---- Basic Job Knowledge and Skills :
---- Basic Job Responsibilities :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Importance of Medical Terminology :
---- Anatomy of a Medical Term :
---- Anatomy of a Surgical Procedure :
---- From Minimally Invasive Surgery to Open Procedure :
---- Procedure Approach and Purpose :
---- Case Carts and Instrument Trays :
---- The Value of Medical Terminology in the Operating Room :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Cells, Tissues and Organs :
---- Body Systems: Skeletal, Muscular, Nervous, Endocrine, Reproductive, Urinary and Excretory, Respiratory, Digestive, and Circulatory :
---- Anatomy and Instrument Names :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Overview of Microbiology :
---- Beneficial vs. Dangerous Microorganisms :
---- How Microorganisms are Identified and Classified :
---- Controlling and Eliminating Microorganisms :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Regulatory Agencies :
---- Professional Associations :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Central Service Processes :
---- Principles of Asepsis :
---- Personal Hygiene and Attire :
---- Managing the Environment to Manage the Spread of Bacteria :
---- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 29 CFR 1910.1030 :
---- Environmental Concerns in Central Service Areas :
---- Elements of Transmission and the Chain of Infection :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Goals of Point-of-Use Preparation and Transport :
---- Sources of Contaminated Items :
---- Point-of-Use Preparation: Reasons and Guidelines :
---- Transport of Soiled Items :
---- Off-Site Processing :
---- Education and Training :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- What is Clean” :
---- Introduction to the Decontamination Work Area :
---- Mechanical Cleaners :
---- Equipment Testing :
---- Cleaning Chemicals and Lubricants :
---- Instructions for Use :
---- Steps in the Process of Decontamination :
---- Decontamination :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Introduction to Disinfectants :
---- Types of Disinfectants :
---- Safe Work Practices when Performing Manual Disinfection :
---- Achieving Disinfection Using Mechanical Processes :
---- Quality Assurance for Disinfection :
---- Quality Assurance Testing for High-Level Disinfectants :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- The Important Role of Instrument Selection and Inspection :
---- Instrument Manufacturing Process :
---- Classification and Overview of Surgical Instruments :
---- Postoperative Care of Surgical Instruments :
---- Solutions that Damage Instruments :
---- Instrument Sharpness Testing and Identification :
---- Instrument Identification Methods :
---- Instrument Lubrication :
---- Tips to Protect Instruments from Damage :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Power Surgical Instruments :
---- Endoscopes :
---- Rigid and Semi-Rigid Endoscopes :
---- Rigid and Semi-Rigid Endoscope General Guidelines for Decontamination :
---- Rigid Endoscopic Instruments :
---- Endoscopic and Robotic Instrumentation :
---- Flexible Endoscopes :
---- Cleaning and Processing Flexible Endoscopes :
---- Flexible Endoscopic Accessories :
---- Flexible Endoscope Regulations and Guidelines :
---- Infection Prevention Issues :
---- Flexible and Rigid Endoscope Care and Handling :
---- Endoscope Camera Care and Handling :
---- Endoscopic Repair :
---- Staff Education :
---- Loaner Instrumentation :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Assembly and Packaging Area :
---- Primary Goal of Pack Preparation :
---- General Guidelines for Preparation of Pack Contents :
---- Quality Assurance Measures – Internal Chemical Indicators :
---- Basic Packaging Procedures :
---- Reusable Packaging Materials :
---- Disposable Packaging Materials :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Methods of Packing Closure :
---- Package Labelling :
---- Special Packaging Concerns :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- A Brief History :
---- Immediate Use Steam Sterilization :
---- Procedures for Immediate Use Steam Sterilization :
---- Quality Control Monitors for Immediate Use Steam Sterilization :
---- Point-of-Use Processing for Heat-Sensitive Devices :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Factors that Impact Sterilization :
---- Advantages of Steam Sterilization :
---- Anatomy of a Steam Sterilizer :
---- Types of Steam Sterilizers Used in Central Service :
---- Steam Sterilizer Cycles :
---- Conditions Necessary for Effective Steam Sterilization :
---- Basic Work Practices for Steam Sterilization :
---- Sterilization Quality Control :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Low-Temperature Basic Sterilization Requirements :
---- Ethylene Oxide :
---- Hydrogen Peroxide Systems :
---- Ozone Sterilization :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Storage Considerations :
---- Receipt of Sterile Items into Storage :
---- Event-Related Sterility :
---- Basic Storage Guidelines :
---- Cleaning :
---- Sterile Storage Professionals :
---- Transporting Sterile Items :
---- Transportation Guidelines :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- The Importance of Accurate Records :
---- General Monitoring :
---- Decontamination Area Monitoring :
---- High-Level Disinfection Monitoring :
---- Sterilization Monitoring :
---- Sterilizer Specific Monitoring :
---- Personal Monitoring :
---- Staff Education :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Quality in Central Service Operations :
---- Components of Quality :
---- Quality Control Indicators :
---- Analysis of Quality Concerns :
---- Quality Program Alternatives :
---- Quality Central Service Procedures :
---- Quality in Central Service Processing Areas :
---- What is Inventory? :
---- Where Does Inventory Come From? :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Handling Commercially-Sterilized Items :
---- Item Locator Systems :
---- Loss of Sterile Items :
---- Transport of Commercially-Sterilized Packages :
---- Distribution of Supplies :
---- Sustainability :
---- The Role of Central Service in Inventory Management :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Identifying the Central Service Department’s Scope of Service :
---- Patient Care Equipment :
---- Procuring New and Additional Equipment :
---- Other Patient Care Equipment Concerns :
---- Procedural Support :
---- Utensils and Other Medical Equipment :
---- Communication and Coordination is Key :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Role of Computer-Based Information Systems :
---- Tracking Systems for Central Service :
---- Features of Instrument and Equipment Tracking Systems :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Risk Management :
---- Common Workplace Safety Hazards :
---- General Hazards :
---- Area Specific Safety Concerns :
---- Other Areas of Concern :
---- Disaster Preparedness :
---- Employee Accidents and Injury :
---- Patient Accidents and Injuries :
---- Employee Information and Training :
---- Employee Preparedness :
New Hours
Total Hours
---- Need for Effective Communication and Human Relations Skills :
---- Common Communication Barriers :
---- Central Service Technicians are Professionals :
---- Basics of Communication :
---- Human relations :
---- Central Service Technicians and Teamwork :
---- Central Service and Diversity :
---- Customer Service Skills for Central Service Technicians :
---- Setting Priorities :
---- Avoiding Work Group Comparisons :
---- Committing to Patient Care During Disasters :
New Hours






#13312 Medical Assistant



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 1125
---- Rooming and Vital Signs : 1125
---- Phones/Triage/Scheduling : 1125
---- Care Coordinator : 1125
---- Chronic Disease Management : 1125
---- Preventive Care and Screenings : 1125
---- Patient Self-Management and Health Coaching : 1125
---- Health Benefit Enrollment : 1125
New Hours 1125
Total Hours 350
---- Included but not limited to: Peak flow, URI prep, STI/GU Preps, nebulizer, spirometry, urine analysis, pregnancy test, HGA1c, Autoclave and instrument cleaning, EKG, oxygen, Venipuncture and capillary blood collection, audiometry, injections including vaccines, aseptic technique, preparing sterile field : 350
New Hours 350
Total Hours 190
---- Run Charts/Pull Reports : 190
---- Interacting with HER : 190
---- Medical Records : 190
---- Chart prep and organization : 190
New Hours 190
Total Hours 160
---- Stocking supplies and cleaning : 160
---- Reordering Supplies : 160
New Hours 160
Total Hours 50
---- Rapid-Cycle Change/PDSA and Problem Solving : 50
---- Improving Care Processes : 50
---- Innovative Models to Increase Access : 50
---- Workflow : 50
---- Revenue Enhancement : 50
---- Implementation of and/or meetings regarding QI : 50
New Hours 50

Technical Instruction








#13313 Central Sterile Processing Technician



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours
---- Medical Terminology :
---- CPR for Healthcare Worker :
---- Physical Examination :
---- Background Check :
---- Drug screening :
---- Technical Standards :
New Hours
Total Hours 144
---- Introduction to Central Service : 144
---- Medical Terminology for Central Service Technicians : 144
---- Anatomy for Central Service Technicians : 144
---- Microbiology for Central Service Technicians : 144
---- Regulations and Standards : 144
---- Infection Prevention : 144
---- Decontamination; Point of Use Preparation and Transport : 144
---- Cleaning and Decontamination : 144
---- Disinfection : 144
---- Surgical Instrumentation : 144
---- Complex Surgical Instruments : 144
---- Assembly and Packaging : 144
---- Point of Use Processing : 144
---- High-Temperature Sterilization : 144
---- Low Temperature Sterilization : 144
---- Sterile Storage and Transport : 144
---- Monitoring and Recordkeeping for Central Service : 144
---- Quality Assurance : 144
---- Managing Inventory within the Central Service Department : 144
---- The Role of Central Service in Ancillary Department Support : 144
---- The Role of Information Technology in Central Service : 144
---- Safety and Risk Management for Central Service : 144
---- Success Through Communication : 144
---- Personal and Professional Development for Central Service : 144
New Hours 144
Total Hours 120
---- Blood-Borne Pathogens, Soiled Item Transport, Safety (e.g. Chemical Handling, Sharps), Manual Instrument Cleaning, Mechanical Cleaning (e.g. Washers, Ultrasonic Cleaners), Decontamination Area Disinfection Processes, Interpreting Manufacturer’s IFUs (e.g. Device Cleaning, Equipment Operation, Chemical, Enzymatics/Detergents, Current Measurements/Concentration, Soak Time), Item Receiving & Traceability : 120
New Hours 120
Total Hours 120
---- Identification, Inspection/Testing of Instruments, Inspection/Testing of Containers & Wrapping Material, Assembly, Packaging Techniques, e.g. Pouches, Flat Wraps, Rigid Containers), Labeling : 120
New Hours 120
Total Hours 96
---- High Temperature Sterilization Processes, Low Temperature Sterilization Processes, Logging & Record Keeping, e.g. Sterilization/ HLD, Biologicals/Incubation), Handling & Putting Away of Sterile Supplies, Automated/Manual Disinfection, Trouble Shooting, e.g. Aborted/Failed Cycles, Wet Loads, Repairs) : 96
New Hours 96
Total Hours 24
---- Clean & Sterile, Handling & Putting Away of Sterile Supplies, Rotating Supplies, Inventory & Restocking Carts/Shelves, e.g. Inventory Systems, Par Levels), Event Related Shelf Life / Expiration Dating, Cleaning Storage Shelves, Case Carts, e.g. Assembly, Pick Lists & Locator Systems) : 24
New Hours 24
Total Hours 24
---- Interpreting Manufacturer’s IFUs, e.g. Devise Inspection & Testing, Sterilizers), Standards, Regulations, Policies & Procedures, Documentation & Record Keeping, e.g. Management, Area Cleaning), Quality/Functionality Testing Processes, e.g. Sterilizer, Washer Testing, HLD) : 24
New Hours 24






#13310 Medical Assistant



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13311 Medical Assistant



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13308 Medical Assistant



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 400
---- Communicate with patient by phone/online : 400
---- Prepare patient for examination (including vital signs) : 400
---- Collect patient health history and medication reconciliation : 400
---- Provide chronic disease management, preventive care and screenings, patient self-management, and health coaching : 400
---- Provide referral coordination : 400
---- Health benefit enrolment if required : 400
---- Manage and respond to patient communications : 400
New Hours 400
Total Hours 100
---- Maintain medical records : 100
---- Evaluating Daily Patient List for necessary health maintenance updates : 100
---- Coordinate patient/office communication : 100
---- Provide/coordinate office maintenance : 100
---- Provide or support other office and administrative procedures as directed : 100
---- Run charts/pull reports : 100
---- Evaluate Patient List for health maintenance updates : 100
---- Prepare and organize charts including documentation and use of EHR Systems and other medical records : 100
---- Obtain referrals/authorization for treatment : 100
---- Provide administrative support as needed : 100
New Hours 100
Total Hours 75
---- Coordinate provider schedules : 75
---- Prioritize patients using an established protocol : 75
---- Schedule patient appointments : 75
New Hours 75
Total Hours 1100
---- Exam room preparation : 1100
---- Assist with physician or provider's orders : 1100
---- Prepare and assist with minor office procedures : 1100
---- May include assessment, exam procedures, laboratory procedures, phlebotomy, administration of approved medications and vaccines, and other duties, determined by local need and scope of practice : 1100
New Hours 1100
Total Hours 25
---- Inventory, stocking, & reordering supplies : 25
---- Provide and maintain aseptic environment including instrument sterilization : 25
---- Calibrate and standardize equipment : 25
---- Dispose of hazardous waste : 25
---- Maintaining standards of worker and patient health and safety including hand washing, use of gloves as appropriate : 25
New Hours 25
Total Hours 50
---- Rapid-cycle change and problem solving : 50
---- Monitoring quality measures : 50
---- Workflow assessment redesign : 50
---- Business principles and information management : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 175
---- Participate in care coordination activities : 175
---- Population and panel management to identify and address gaps in care : 175
---- Teamwork in a variety of environments : 175
---- Coordinate/support/work with team and patient population on provider scheduling : 175
New Hours 175

Technical Instruction








#13304 Medical Assistant



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13306 Advanced Medical Assistant



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0
Total Hours 0
New Hours 0

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 9
---- Ability to safely administration injections | observe and practice under supervision by journey worker : 9
---- Assess need for vaccines based on EHR, notify physician, and schedule | review vaccination guidelines and match with patient EHR record : 9
New Hours 9
Total Hours 6
---- Able to appropriately select site of injection | observe and demo under supervision of journeyworker : 6
---- Able to administer Proper Dose and proper medication orother therapy | learn dosing calculation, observe and demo under supervision of journeyworker : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 4
---- Can correctly place leads and use correct technique to administer | observe and demo under journeyworker : 4
---- Recording procedure and results in EHR | review via online learning and practice : 4
New Hours 4
Total Hours 12
---- Able to know what is in a wellness visit and can administer accordingly, e.g.: height and weight, vaccination schedule, medication review | Review via online instruction and demo via written list : 12
---- Understands and applies knowledge of vital signs administration for pediatric patients. Review online, quiz, and then practice on the job : 12
---- Understands and correctly applies HIPPA implications for pediatrics. Review via online instruction, pass quiz on implications as well as solve problems requiring their application. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 5
---- Triaging presenting patients based on visible pain symptoms | online review of common pain symptoms and using judgement when severity requires more immediate attention of physician. Learn questions to ask patient for additional information. : 5
New Hours 5
Total Hours 10
---- Understand the primary exam and be able to take vital signs (e.g. height, weight, blood pressure, temperature) | learn basics online and then practice in person training and on the job. : 10
New Hours 10
Total Hours 9
---- Takes and updates medication history, know to refer questions to physician or APN | Watches online demo, answers basic questions, practice OJT : 9
---- Refill prescriptions as per clinician instructions and signature | watches demo of reviewing prescription details and submitting to pharmacy. : 9
---- Knowledge and understanding of basic drug classes | online presentation of this information, quiz to review knowledge and understanding : 9
---- Knowledge of refill amounts and application of such to basic classes of drugs online presentation of this information, quiz to review knowledge and understanding including calculations : 9
New Hours 9
Total Hours 6
---- Understand lab procedures and scope of practice for MAs, e.g.: they can do urine samples but not blood draws | online discussion of roles of MA and then quiz to test knowledge : 6
---- Properly identify and label specimens | watch online demo and then quiz on how to do this, practice on the job : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 50
---- Conflict resolution, computer etiquette and professionalism, setting boundaries, customer service, distinguishing your personal and professional self, time management, communication | online learning of basic principles of each topic and case studies including role play to practice skills. : 50
New Hours 50
Total Hours 12
---- Oral and written communication skills knowledge and practice contextualized to medical practice environment. Includes clarity of communication substance as well as tone/style appropriate for medical environment. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 6
---- Basic review of EHR components, populating, notes, record retrieval, reading data as recorded by others, how to consult record as needed for patient visits or inquiries. : 6
New Hours 6
Total Hours 9
---- Excel, WORD, PPT – online instruction in basics of each along with practice creating and editing documents. : 9
New Hours 9






#13303 Support and Retention Coordinator 2



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 16
---- Prepare participants to lead through collaboration and encourage other team mates to accomplish goals by developing the ability to cater towards strengths. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Prepare participant to describe and demonstrate infection control and standard precautions, including washing hands, putting on gloves, changing linens, removing waste, cleaning, and disposing of sharps properly, describe proper care of those with communicable and non-communicable diseases, identify pressure sores, risk factors for their development, and common sites where they develop, and describe how to prevent pressure sores. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Prepare participant to communicate clearly and effectively through techniques such as use of simple language, open-ended questions and comprehension of basic medical terminology. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Prepare participant to work with team mates and clients who are struggling to communicate in highly charged environments and provide a means to bring all parties to the table to find a balanced solution, and develop the ability to identify/assess complex issues in the field, and provide more nuanced resolution and feedback. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Prepare participant to recognize strengths and weaknesses of teammates and develop strategies to improve skillset on an ongoing basis via consistent feedback loop of documentation and setting SMART Goals and Areas of Improvement. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Prepare participant to observe and advise on proper body mechanics, use of Hoyer Lift, Bed transfer and pivot transfers. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Prepare participants to build on basic computer skillset so each can have more advanced skillset in Microsoft Office, allowing for independent navigation of a database system, manage and run reports, sort and interpret the reports with accuracy, develop advanced PowerPoint techniques. : 16
New Hours 16
Total Hours 16
---- Prepare participant to create and develop a positive connection to teammates and manage relationships with clients with complex conditions so they can identify recurring issues and identify best practice solutions. : 16
New Hours 16






#13301 Health Information Management Data Analyst



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction








#13302 Support and Retention Coordinator 1



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 12
---- Improve participants’ ability in both written and verbal communication with clients by developing active listening skills, such as nonverbal communication, paraphrasing, and asking open-ended questions, as well as written skills to convey messages with clarity. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Prepare participants to assist clients with ADLs (eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, transferring, and continence) and personal care, and provide an opportunity to practice skills. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Prepare participants to model and demonstrate proper body movement on the job to prevent injury and aiding consumers move from one place to another safely. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Prepare participants to define and identify symptoms of depression, describe strategies for working with consumers who are depressed, recognize warning signs of suicide, describe suicide prevention strategies, describe strategies for working with consumers with Developmental Disabilities and their families. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Prepare participants to practice infection control effectively and apply the principles of standard precautions appropriately with consumers : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Prepare participants to identify general safety concerns within environments such as high crime neighborhoods and with clients who have behavioral concerns, identify the most common injury in home care, describe specific actions to prevent the consumer from falling, why appropriate and functional Durable Medical Equipment (DME) is an important part of home safety, and how to prevent fires, burns, and dangers related to the use of oxygen in the home. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Prepare participants to recognize the benefits of teamwork, develop critical thinking to solve problems, and develop social emotional skills to deal with conflict in the moment. Demonstrate strategies for communicating effectively and respectfully with consumers and the care team. Demonstrate strategies for resolving conflict and talking about sensitive issues with consumers and members of the care team. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Prepare participants with the technical skillset to effectively use a computer, keyboarding skills, input accurate data in a database and interpret it, PowerPoint, Excel and Word. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Prepare participants to engage in meaningful strategies to bring the best out in others and offer opportunities directed at individual strengths and short term and long-term goals. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Prepare participants to expect and manage fluid situations with multiple and varying personalities, work with multiple clients and manage day to day challenges. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Prepare participants to notice key pieces of information, document it in consistent formatting based on regular series of questions and report it to the appropriate entity. : 12
New Hours 12
Total Hours 12
---- Prepare participants to recognize signs of neglect, abuse and exploitation through an understanding of roles, responsibilities and physical and mental signs. : 12
New Hours 12






#13298 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologist



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 116
---- Complete patient information; : 116
---- Schedule patients : 116
---- Resolve scheduling issues : 116
---- Perform clerical duties : 116
---- Follow HIPAA guidelines : 116
New Hours 116
Total Hours 240
---- Perform system start-­up : 240
---- Perform QA/QC : 240
---- Review prior exam studies : 240
---- Screen non-­MRI personnel : 240
---- Coordinate administration of patient medications : 240
---- Verify scan protocol : 240
---- Enter patient data : 240
---- Load power injector : 240
---- Administer oral contract : 240
---- Select coil for exam : 240
---- Transfer patient : 240
---- Resolve claustrophobic issues : 240
---- Start patient IV : 240
---- Provide patient hearing protection : 240
---- Ensure patient comfort : 240
New Hours 240
Total Hours 1000
---- Explain MRI procedure to patient : 1000
---- Position patient : 1000
---- Perform IV contract injection : 1000
---- Modify sequence parameters : 1000
---- Perform *MRIs : 1000
---- Monitor patient vital signs: verify image quality : 1000
---- Identify abnormalities : 1000
New Hours 1000

Technical Instruction








#13300 Health Information Management Business Analyst



Time-Based Skills


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#13294 Licensed Practical Nurse



Time-Based Skills


Technical Instruction


Total Hours 60
---- Math: Fundamentals : 60
---- English: Critical Reading : 60
New Hours 60
Total Hours 90
---- English: Composition : 90
---- Biology: Anatomy & Physiology : 90
---- Psychology: General Psychology : 90
New Hours 90






#13296 Licensed Practical Nurse



Time-Based Skills


Total Hours 800
---- Shall perform standardized, focused nursing assessments in the care of clients by: collecting, reporting, and recording objective and subjective data in an accurate and timely manner. : 800
---- Data collection includes: observation about the condition or change in condition of the client; and signs and symptoms of deviation from normal health status. : 800
---- Shall participate in the development of the strategy of care in collaboration with other members of the health team by: providing data; identifying priorities; setting realistic and measurable goals; identifying measures to maintain comfort, support human functions and responses, and maintain an environment conducive to well-being; and providing health teaching. : 800
---- Shall participate in the implementation of the strategy of care by: providing nursing care for clients under the supervision of licensed health care providers as per Montana Statute or Rule; providing an environment conducive to safety and health; and documenting and otherwise communicating nursing interventions and client responses to care with other members of the health care team via written, electronic, or verbal mechanisms of communication, as appropriate, based on client evaluations. : 800
---- Shall contribute to the modification of the strategy of care. : 800
New Hours 800
Total Hours 600
---- Have knowledge of the statutes and rules governing nursing and function within the legal boundaries of practical nursing practice : 600
---- Accept responsibility for individual nursing actions and competence : 600
---- Function under the supervision of licensed health care providers as per Montana Statute or Rule : 600
---- Consult with and seek guidance from registered nurses and/or other health team members as necessary : 600
---- Function as a member of the health team : 600
---- Contribute to the formulation, interpretation, implementation, and evaluation of the objectives and policies related to practical nursing practice : 600
---- Participate in the evaluation of nursing practices : 600
---- Report unsafe nursing practice to the board and unsafe practice conditions to recognized authorities : 600
---- Report the practice of nursing by unlicensed individuals to the board : 600
---- Conduct practice without discrimination on the basis of age, race, religion, sex, sexual preference, national origin, or handicap : 600
---- Respect the dignity and rights of clients regardless of social or economic status, personal attributes, or nature of health problems : 600
---- Respect the client's right to privacy by protecting confidential information, unless obligated by law to disclose such information : 600
---- Respect the property of clients, family, significant others, and the employer : 600
---- Follow the written, established policies and procedures of the health care organization that are consistent with this chapter : 600
New Hours 600
Total Hours 300
---- Has proper training and on-going competency and while under direct supervision of a physician or APRN may perform procedures using following technologies: lasers; intense pulsed light sources; microwave energy; radio frequency; electrical impulse; and dermatologic technologies that cut or alter living tissue. : 300
---- Has the proper training and on-going competency and while under the direct supervision of a physician or APRN may inject or insert the following: botulism toxins, commonly referred to as "botox"; natural and synthetic collagens; silicone; sclerotherapy agents; or natural or synthetic filler materials. : 300
New Hours 300

Technical Instruction


Total Hours 13
---- Basic Human Biology : 13
---- Basic Human Biology Lab : 13
---- Introduction to Psychology : 13
---- College Writing : 13
---- Math for Allied Health : 13
New Hours 13






#13292 General Insurance Asso