Technical / Trade

Electrical Level I Code & Theory - PART I of 2




Code: F21-400
Price: $460.00

Instructor: A. J. Pulley, Master Electrician
Day/Time: Monday/Wednesday 6:00-9:00 PM
Start Date: September 14,2020
Fees: $460.00 + $15.00 REGISTRATION FEE
Number of Class Meetings: 75 Hours

Course Description:

Electrical Level I will be an introduction to safety on the job, writing a job description, terms of the trade, basic electron theory, a review of math skills, DC Theory, energy and power, electrical conductors and wire sizes, batteries, magnets and magnetic fields. Also covered are generation of electromotive force, basic understanding of motors and generators, introduction into the code book, grounding and practical writing, diagrams and switching. The class is two semesters and concludes with an exam. If students pass they will proceed to Electrical 2.
**TO GET THE MOST OUT OF THIS CLASS WORK AS AN APPRENTICE WITH A LICENSED ELECTRICIAN.
 

Students need to purchase:  NEW TEXTBOOK WILL BE ANNOUNCED.


This class is Part 1 of Electrical Level 1 Code & Theory. Students must register for Part II in January.

FEE:  $400.00 plus the $15 Registration Fee if paid by Thursday, August 27, 2020, AFTER AUGUST 27th the Fee is $460.00 plus the $15.00 Registration Fee.  Thank you.

Electrical Level 2 Code & Theory -PART 1 of 2




Code: F21-401
Price: $460.00

Instructor: Paul Townsend, Master Electrician
Day/Time: Tuesday/Thursday - 6:00-9:00pm
Start Date: September 15, 2020
Fees: $460.00 PLUS $15 Registration Fee
Number of Class Meetings: 75 Hours

Course Description:

Electrical 2 will review Electrical 1 and also cover series, parallel and series/parallel circuits, alternating current principals, AC theory, AC power, power factor and power factor corrections and three phase services. Also covered are making use of tables in the code book, proper use of code book tables and formulas and practice working on code questions in preparation for exams. The class is two semesters and concludes with an exam. If students pass they will proceed to Electrical 3.

Students need to purchase: NEW TEXTBOOK TO BE ANNOUNCED.

FEE: $400 PLUS THE $15.00 REGISTRATION FEE IF PAID BY THURSDAY, August 27th,  AFTER August 27th THE TUITION FEE IS $460.00 PLUS THE $15 REGISTRATION FEE.

Electrical Level 3 Code & Theory - PART 1 of 2




Code: F21-402
Price: $460.00

Instructor: Paul Townsend, Master Electrician
Day/Time: Tuesday/Thursday - 6:00-9:00pm
Start Date: September 15, 2020
Fees: $460.00 + $15.00 REGISTRATION FEE.
Number of Class Meetings: 75 Hours

Course Description:

Electrical 3 will be a review of Electrical 1 &2 and also a review of A/C theory, three phase calculations, series, parallel and their combination, branch circuit calculations, feeder and service calculations and requirements,motor controls, low voltage system and controls, review of Massachusetts code and Amendments and learn various types of incandescent bases. The class is two semesters and concludes with an exam. If the students pass they will go onto Level 4.

Students need to purchase: NEW TEXTBOOK TO BE ANNOUNCED.

 
FEE: $400 PLUS THE $15 REGISTRATION FEE IF PAID BY THURSDAY, August 27, 2020.  AFTER August 27, 2020. THE FEE IS $460.00 PLUS $15 REGISTRATION FEE.

Master Plumber Tier V -Part 1 of 2




Code: F21-409
Price: $460.00

Instructor: Kevin Connelly, Master Plumber
Day/Time: TUES/THURS -5:00-8:00pm
Start Date: September 8, 2020
Fees: $460.00 PLUS A $15 REGISTRATION FEE.
Number of Class Meetings: 55 Hours

Course Description:

MASTER PLUMBING CODE & THEORY TIER V - 
TIER V PROGRAM IS FOR the Licensed Apprentice Plumber seeking to obtain a Master Plumber License. Tier I, II, III and IV or equivalent or a Journeyman Plumber License required. Pending Enrollment. This code and theory course consists of 55 hours (per semester) of the Massachusetts plumbing and gas code review as well as service and troubleshooting plumbing problems in the field. The course meets the requirement toward the 300 classroom hours required by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for those who wish to take the Journeyman’s Plumbing and Gas Fitters’ Exam. Course Requirement: Must be a registered Apprentice prior to September 2008.

Textbook requirement: Massachusetts Uniform State Plumbing Code Book 248 CMR 1.00-10.00 & NFPA 54: National Fuel Gas Code 2002. 
TUITION: $400 PLUS THE $15.00 REGISTRATION FEE IF PAID BY August 27th; AFTER August 27, 2020, THE FEE IS $460.00 PLUS THE $15.00 REGISTRATION FEE. .

Journeyman Plumbing CODE & THEORY TIER I -Part 1 of 2




Code: F21-405
Price: $460.00

Instructor: Troy Gilbert, Master Plumber
Day/Time: Monday/Wednesday, 5:00-8:00 PM
Start Date: September 9, 2020
Fees: $460.00 PLUS A $15 REGISTRATION FEE.
Number of Class Meetings: 55 Hours

Course Description:

JOURNEYMAN PLUMBING CODE & THEORY TIER 1 - 
Tier 1 is a two semester course for the license apprentice and it is recommended to be working for a Licensed Plumber pending enrollment. This course consists of 55 hours (per semester) of the Massachusetts plumbing & gas code and meets the requirements toward the 550 classroom hours required by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for those who wish to take the Journeyman’s Plumbing & Gas Fitters’ Exam. Topics include: Introduction to plumbing safety, installation practice, materials, tools, joining methods, residential blueprint reading, math and definitions.  **TO GET THE MOST OUT OF CLASS WORK AS AN APPRENTICE WITH A LICENSED PLUMBER.  

Textbook requirement: 2017 Edition Mass. Fuel Gas and Plumbing CODE BOOK.     GO TO WEBSITE:  www.PHCCMA.ORG AND PURCHASE TODAY.

 TUITION: $400 PLUS $15 REGISTRATION FEE if paid by August 27th ; AFTER August 27, 2020, THE FEE IS $460.00 PLUS THE $15 REGISTRATION FEE. 
MUST BE PAID IN FULL BEFORE STARTING CLASS.

Electrical Level 4 - Code & Theory - Part I of 2




Code: F21-403
Price: $460.00

Instructor: Tim Evans, Master Electrician
Day/Time: MON/WED, 6:00-9:00PM
Start Date: Monday, September 14, 2020
Fees: $460.00 PLUS A $15.00 REGISTRATION FEE.
Number of Class Meetings: 75 Hours

Course Description:

Electrical IV will be a review of Electrical I, II, and III. It will also cover extensive code questions and code table review questions, review circuit problems for AC/DC and help prepare the apprentice for taking the Electrical Exam. 

FEE: $400 PLUS THE $15 REGISTRATION FEE IF PAID BY THURSDAY, August 27, 2020, after August 27th  Otherwise, THE FEE is $460 PLUS THE $15 REGISTRATION FEE.

Journeyman Plumbing CODE & THEORY Tier II -Part 1 of 2




Code: F21-406
Price: $460.00

Instructor: TROY GILBERT, MASTER PLUMBER
Day/Time: MON/WED, 5:00-8:00PM
Start Date: Wednesday, September 9, 2020
Fees: $460.00 PLUS A $15. REGISTRATION FEE.
Number of Class Meetings: 55 Hours

Course Description:

JOURNEYMAN PLUMBING CODE & THEORY TIER II - 
TIER II program is for the licensed apprentice plumber who has completed 110 hours of Tier 1 or equivalent required. This is Part 1 of a two semester course.

FEE: $400 IF PAID BY August 27, 2020,  PLUS $15 REGISTRATION FEE; AFTER  August 27, 2020, THE FEE IS $460.00 PLUS $15 REG. FEE.
TEXTBOOK:  2017 EDITION MASS FUEL GAS AND PLUMBING CODE BOOK.  GO TO WWW.PHCCMA.ORG AND PURCHASE TODAY.

Journeyman Plumbing CODE & THEORY Tier III -Part 1 of 2




Code: F21-407
Price: $460.00

Instructor: JAMES VAUGHAN, MASTER PLUMBER
Day/Time: Tues/Thurs, 5:00-8:00PM
Start Date: September 8, 2020
Fees: $460.00 PLUS A $15 REGISTRATION FEE.
Number of Class Meetings: 55 Hours

Course Description:

JOURNEYMAN PLUMBING CODE & THEORY TIER III - 
TIER III program is for the licensed apprentice plumber who has completed Tier I and Tier II or equivalent. This is a two semester class and students must pass Tier III final exam before continuing on to Tier IV. Pending enrollment. 

 FEE: $400 PLUS $15.00 REGISTRATION FEE IF PAID BY August 27th - AFTER August 27, 2020 THE FEE IS $460.00 PLUS THE $15. REGISTRATION FEE.
  
TEXTBOOK:  2017 EDITION MASS. FUEL GAS AND PLUMBING CODE BOOK.  GO TO WWW.PHCCMA.ORG AND PURCHASE TODAY.

Journeyman Plumbing CODE & THEORY Tier IV - Part 1 of 2




Code: F21-408
Price: $460.00

Instructor: Kevin Connolly, Master Plumber
Day/Time: TUES/THURS, 5:00-8:00PM
Start Date: September 8, 2020
Fees: $460.00 PLUS A $15. REGISTRATION FEE.
Number of Class Meetings: 55 Hours

Course Description:

JOURNEYMAN PLUMBING CODE & THEORY TIER IV - 
TIER IV Program is for the licensed apprentice plumber who has completed TIER I, II AND III AND PASSED THE TIER III FINAL EXAM. This is a two semester course and students must pass TIER IV Final Exam before continuing on to TIER V. Pending Enrollment. 

FEE: $400 PLUS THE $15 REGISTRATION FEE IF PAID BY August 27th, AFTER August 27, 2020 THE FEE IS $460.00 PLUS THE $15 REGISTRATION FEE. 

TEXTBOOK:  2017 EDITION MASS. FUEL GAS AND PLUMBING CODE BOOK.   GO TO THE WEBSITE:  WWW.PHCCMA.ORG AND PURCHASE TODAY.

Electrical Masters - Part 1 of 2




Code: F21-404
Price: $460.00

Instructor: Tim Evans, Master Electrician
Day/Time: MON/WED - 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Start Date: September 14, 2020
Fees: $460.00 PLUS A $15.00 REGISTRATION FEE.
Number of Class Meetings: 75 HOURS.

Course Description:

This course is designed for students wishing to fulfill the 150 hour requirement for their Master's. This is a two semester course. 

Fee: $400 PLUS $15 REGISTRATION FEE if paid by THURSDAY, August 27, 2020,  AFTER August 27, 2020 THE FEE IS $460.00 PLUS THE $15 REGISTRATION FEE.

BASIC AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR




Code: W20-410
Price: $425.00

Instructor: Amos Robinson, Retired UCT AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTOR.
Day/Time: TUESDAY, 5:30-8:30PM
Start Date: April 7, 2020
Fees: $425.00
Number of Class Meetings: 6 Sessions

Course Description:

BASIC AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR - Familiarize yourself with all systems of the automobile. Become aware of noises and symptoms and learn basic auto repairs such as brakes, lubrication, ignition, suspension and more. Students will have an opportunity to work on their own vehicles.

MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER




Code: W20-473
Price: $499.00

Instructor: Charlie Pires, Falmouth DPW
Day/Time: TUESDAYS, 6:00-9:00PM
Start Date: March 3, 2020
Fees: $499.00
Number of Class Meetings: 13 Sessions including 3 Saturday mornings.

Course Description:

MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER - Prepare to take the Massachusetts Municipal Wastewater Grade 1-4 Certification Exam. This course will provide an overview of the basic concepts of the preliminary, primary, biological and tertiary treatment; the function of related equipment and support systems; environmental responsibilities required to safely and properly operate, maintain and manage a municipal waste-water treatment facility. You will learn OSHA confined space entry and equipment lock out tag out.

Textbook Requirement:

Operation of Wastewater Treatment Plants Volume 1, 7th edition or latest ISBN: 978-1-59371-039-2

Operation of Wastewater Treatment Plants Volume 2, 7th edition or latest ISBN: 978-1-59371-038-5

Publisher: California State University at Sacramento Can be purchased at: www.owp.csus.edu

Instructor :  Charlie Pires, Falmouth DPW

Construction Supervisor Licensing Course




Code: W20-475
Price: $325.00

Instructor: Ken Murphy, Town of Bourne Building Commissioner
Day/Time: Mondays 6:00pm-9:00pm
Start Date: January 27 - March 9, 2020
Fees: $325.00
Number of Class Meetings: 6 Sessions

Course Description:

MA Unrestricted Construction Supervisor License - This is a six (6) session class which is designed to provide you with the basic understanding of the various codes that you will need to know to prepare you for taking the CSL exam.  Students should go to the Prometric site and down load this booklet http://www.prometric.com/enen-us/clients/Massachusetts/Documents/MACS CIB.pdf which will tell you how the licensing process works.  On page 11, under the CSL description, you will find the list of what books your are to have for taking this class and for taking the CLS exam.  On the first day of the class, you are expected to have both the 2015 International Building Code and the 2015 Massachusetts State Building Code Base Volume (Commercial).  

Auto Damage Appraiser




Code: W20-413
Price: $479.00

Instructor: Sue Conena, I-CAR Certified has taught the Auto Damage Appraiser Course since 1993.
Day/Time: Tues/Thurs, 6:00-9:00PM
Start Date: April 7, 2020.
Fees: $479.00
Number of Class Meetings: 10 Sessions

Course Description:

AUTO DAMAGE APPRAISER - Auto Damage Appraiser

If you are currently involved in the field of auto body repair or if you would just like to learn the trade of auto damage appraising, this five week course will give you a jump start to a successful career in the demanding field of Auto Damage Appraising. Now that the Auto Insurance Industry has deregulated in the State of Massachusetts, an increase number of Auto Insurers are now entering the State and there is a need for qualified licensed auto appraisers in both the Auto Body Repair and Insurance fields. This course is designed to properly prepare you to gain the knowledge of auto insurance and state regulations while attaining the essential learning tools needed to write auto damage appraisals. Each successful student will receive a certificate from this course which is an approved course by the Auto Damage Appraiser Licensing Board. In addition to this course, the student will need to complete a three-month apprenticeship with a licensed Massachusetts Auto Appraiser in order to apply and qualify to take the Massachusetts Auto Appraiser Exam

Instructor:  Sue Conena, I-CAR certified has taught the Auto Damage Appraiser Course since 1993

MACWIC Level 1-Basic Manufacturing Skills Credential for Assemblers or Warehouse Jobs




Code: W20-526
Price: $0.00

Instructor: Gus Martinson & Chuck Lawrence
Day/Time: Monday/Tuesday 6PM-9PM
Start Date: Monday, February 10, 2020
Fees: FREE
Number of Class Meetings: 17

Course Description:

COME TO AN INFO SESSION ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10 6PM-7PM

MACWIC Level 1 will prepare you for the Basic Manufacturing Industry Recognized Skills Certification that will give employers a clear picture of the skills you have to land a position in a manufacturing workplace. Have you ever seen something and wondered how it's made? Do you think you might like a job taking a piece of raw material and turing it into a finished part? Would you take satisfaction in building a piece of equipment that manufacures products you see in stores? The MACWIC 1 course is an introduction to manufacturing technology and includes basic math, how to read and interpret technical drawings and blueprints, metrology and quality inspection skills related to the precision parts making process, workplace safety, and workplace readiness skills. All students will be eligible for the MACWIC Level 1 exam given at the end of this course. A passing score of 85% or more will guarantee your MACWIC 1 certificate. This course is a prerequisite for the MACWIC Level 2 class offered April 27-June 30, 2020.

This class is FREE to adults who:

1. Recently graduated from high school and need job training for manufacturing positions
2. Are currenlty in adult education classes to prepare for the GED or HiSet exams


MACWIC Level 2-Basic Manufacturing Skills & Credential for Machine Operators and Inspectors




Code: W20-527
Price: $0.00

Prerequisites: MACWIC Level 1
Instructor: Chuck Lawrence
Day/Time: Monday/Tuesday 6PM-9PM
Start Date: April 27, 2020-June 30, 2020
Fees: FREE
Number of Class Meetings: 19

Course Description:

MACWIC Level 2 will prepare you for the Entry Level Machine Operators and Inspectors Manufacturing Skills Credential that will give employers a clear picture of the skills you have to land a Machine Operators or Inspector position in the manufacturing workplace. The MACWIC 2 course is an introduction to manufacturing technology and includes: the fundamentals of shop safety and critical safety features related to manufacturing equipment; CNC milling technology working with industrial based equipment to machine parts; CNC Turning technology working with industrial based equipment to machine parts; CNC Programming compliments the CNC Turning and CNC milling to learn new G&M code commands; GD&T overview of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing to familiarize the student with its use and application of the shop floor.

Upon completion of the course, all students will be eligible for the MACWIC Level 2 exam given at the end of the class to earn a MACWIC 2 certicicaiton. Students will also complet a resume and take part in mock interviews, matching students and thier competencies with employers who have job openings.

THIS CLASS IS FREE to adults who:

1. Completed MACWIC Level 1;
2. Recently graduated from high school and need job training for manufacturing positions;
3. Are currently in adult education classes to prepare for the GED or HiSet exam

ELECTRICAL 30-HOUR MAKEUP




Code: W20-404A
Price: $225.00

Instructor: A.J. Pulley, Master Electrician, and Paul Townsend, Master Electrician.
Day/Time: MON/WED, 6:00-9:00PM
Start Date: APRIL 29 - JUNE 3, 2020.
Fees: $225.00
Number of Class Meetings: 10 Sessions

Course Description:

ELECTRICAL 30-HOUR MAKEUP - Here's an opprotunity to obtain additional electrical code & theory hours toward the required 600 hours necessary to apply for the State Journeyman's Electrical Exam.

IF PAID BY APRIL 15, 2020 THE FEE IS $199.00, AFTER APRIL 15th THE FEE IS $225.00.

NO CLASS ON MONDAY, MAY 25th (MEMORIAL DAY).

AutoDesk Revit Architecture I-Online - CANCELLED




Code: S21-132
Price: $299.00

Prerequisites: Basic Computer Skills-Taught with ZOOM
Instructor: Laura Johnson
Day/Time: Thursdays, 9AM-12PM
Start Date: June 25 - CANCELLED
Fees: $299.00
Number of Class Meetings: 6 Sessions

Course Description:

Revit Architecture is a powerful Building Information Modeling program (BIM) that works the way architects think. The program streamlines the design process through the use of a central 3D model, where changes are made in one view and update across all views.
This course will teach you Revit functionality. You will learn basic drawing, editing and viewing tools. you will also learn design development tools such as modeling walls, doors, windows, stairs, ceilings, floors, etc. The course will take a project based approach to learning AutoDesk Revit's architectural tools.

FORMAT: Taught with ZOOM meets.
TEXTBOOK: Students are required to purchase Residential Design Using AutoDesk Revit 2016 by Daniel John Stine ISBN: 978-1-58503-977-7.
INSTRUCTOR: Laura Johnson has been teaching Computer Assisted Drafting (CAD) classes at Upper Cape Technical School for the past 4 years. She teaches various CAD programs to students in carpentry, electrical, plumbing, HVAC and horticulture shops. Prior to teaching, Laura worked for Phase Zero Design, an architectural firm located in Hingham, MA where she was responsible for completing site surveys, drafting construction documents and creating renderings for various constructions projects. Laura earned a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Interior Design from  Wentworth Institute of Technology. 

AutoDesk AutoCAD 1 - CANCELLED




Code: S21-130J
Price: $299.00

Prerequisites: Basic Computer Skills
Instructor: Laura Johnson
Day/Time: Tuesdays, 9AM-12PM
Start Date: June 23 - CANCELLED
Fees: $299.00
Number of Class Meetings: 6 Sessions

Course Description:

AutoCAD is a 2-dimensional software that is used by many architects, engineers, and designers to create various types of drawings. The AutoCAD topics covered in this Level 1 course include an introduction to AutoCAD features, starting and setting up drawings, drawing, and editing commands, with an emphais on proper quick key command use, as wellk as block creation and usage, dimensioning and annotation.
The class will begin by learning the basic AutoCAD commands to create simple drawings and building upon those commands throughout the course to create more complex drawings. this course will cover how to create a titleblock as a border for all of our drawings. We will also learn how to create some architectural drawings such as floor plans, elevations, foundation plans, etc. 

FORMAT: ZOOM Lectures

INSTRUCTOR: Laura Johnson has been teaching Computer Assisted Drafting (CAD) classes at Upper Cape Technical School for the past 4 years. She teaches various CAD programs to students in carpentry, electrical, plumbing, HVAC and horticulture shops. Prior to teaching, Laura worked for Phase Zero Design, an architectural firm located in Hingham, MA where she was responsible for completing site surveys, drafting construction documents and creating renderings for various constructions projects. Laura earned a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Interior Design from  Wentworth Institute of Technology. 

Nail Technician Certification Training - CLASS CANCELLED




Code: S21-599
Price: $1,376.00

Instructor: Susan English
Day/Time: Monday-Thursday/ 5:30PM-9:30PM
Start Date: CLASS CANCELLED.
Fees: $1,376-includes textbook, nail kit and exam book.
Number of Class Meetings: 24 sessions

Course Description:

Turn your interest in nail care into one of the most creative and rewarding professions. In this 100 hour course, you will study everything from nail growth and skin anatomy to equipment maintennce and business practices. Topics include: safety, first aid, sanitation, hygiene, anatomy, basic manicuring with hand and arm massage, artificial nail techniques, gel and wrap techniques, professional ethics, and salon practices from owning a nail salon. Upon completion, students will be eligible to sit for the Massachusetts Nail Technician License Exam. 


Textbook, nail kit and exam prep book is included in the cost of tuition. Students will incur additional fees for all make-up sessions. Students have the option of registering for an optional manicure practical session for an additional fee in order to prepare for the State exam.

OSHA 10




Code: W20-804
Price: $149.00

Instructor: Gil Taylor, IEME
Day/Time: Tuesday/Thursday
Start Date: 6/2/20 + 6/4/2020
Fees: $149 + $15 registration fee
Number of Class Meetings: 2 Sessions

Course Description:

The OSHA 10-hour for Construction (29 CMR 1926) is designed for persons either entering or in the construction industry as to their rights and the hazards associated with their work by training and introducing personnel to the basic practices of identifying, reducing, eliminating and reporting hazards.  Some topics covered include Employee rights under OSHA standards, Construction Industry Health Hazards, OSHA Construction Focus Four, Hand and Power Tools, Personal Protective Equipment, Trenching, Excavations and more.

OSHA 30




Code: W20-805
Price: $350.00

Instructor: Gil Taylor, IEME
Day/Time: varies
Start Date: 6/2/20, 6/4/20, 6/9/20, 6/10/20, 6/16/20, 6/17/2020
Fees: $350
Number of Class Meetings: 6 Sessions

Course Description:


The OSHA 30-hour for Construction (29 CMR 1926) is designed for persons in the Construction Industry for employees that have safety responsibilities such as superintendents, project managers, safety coordinators, foremen, supervisors, safety specialists or any person requiring more extensive training then provided in the OSHA 10 for Construction.  The program covers Intro to OSHA, Construction Industry Health Hazards, OSHA Construction Focus Four, Hand and Power Tools, Personal Protective Equipment, Trenching, Excavations, Cranes, Welding and Cutting, Stairways and Ladders, Confined Spaces, Scaffolds and more.