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APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING Curriculum for HVAC, plumbing, carpentry, and electrical apprenticeships is approved by the Department of Labor. An employer or local business sponsors apprenticeship student training. For more information, call 319-296-4290 or visit www.hawkeyecollege. edu/ce/apprenticeship Trade & Industry Local Employers Value Apprenticeship Training A.E. Electric Air Services Inc. Best Services Bud’s Electric Cedar Valley Electric Chapman Electric Crystal Heating and Cooling Current Electric Dalton Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, Electric and Fireplaces DuPont Pioneer Hi-Bred International Eden Plumbing LLC Fairbank Plumbing & Heating Gardner Plumbing Gosch’s Plumbing & Heating Gubbels One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning Hank’s Plumbing Henninger Electric Hoien Enterprises Hudson Hardware Plumbing & Heating Independence Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Irvine Water Conditioning & Plumbing Jim Hundley Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing Johnson Plumbing & Heating Ken’s Electric M & K Quality Electric Martin Bros. Matt Construction Mike Fereday Heating & Air Conditioning Nagle Signs Northeast Iowa Mechanical O’Brien Plumbing Heating and Cooling Peters Construction Corp. Plumbing Dynamics Plumb Tech Rainsoft of NE Iowa Sieben Electric Star Refrigeration Sukup Manufacturing Tatroe Electric Ted Electric Tony’s Plumbing Troy’s Electric WBC Mechanical Whink Services Young Plumbing & Heating 4 | Hawkeye Business & Community Education | May – Aug 2018 | www.hawkeyecollege.edu/ce | 319-296-4290
Intro to 3-D Printing : 3D printing has been hailed as a solution to all manufacturing problems. Obviously that is exaggerated, but what is it good for, and when is traditional manufacturing still the better choice? In this course you will learn how to separate the real promise of the technology from the hype, and understand the workflow for a consumer-level 3D printer. You will become familiar with some typical online databases of objects available to print, and get a bit of experience with free or open-source software for all stages of the process. This class will be primarily focused to introduce you to the tools of the open 3D printer ecosystem, but the principles will apply to consumer 3D printers in general. $195 | 34996 Jun 4 – Jun 29 Online / Horvath Prints, PLCs and Troubleshooting Learn to read schematics in the industrial world along with an introduction to the fundamental principles of programmable controller operation using Allen-Bradley Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) systems. This course finishes up with electrical troubleshooting in the industrial environment. Extensive laboratory exercises will enhance classroom activities. Prerequisite: Industrial Electricity and Motor Controls or approved equivalency. $1499 33007 Aug 9 – Dec 20* TuTh 5:30pm–8:30pm / 38 sessions | Cross Cedar Falls Center *No class 11/22. Tim Cross Working in the electrical industry since 1993, Tim has been everything from an apprentice to a journeyman to a master electrician. Tim is driven to share what he knows and gets great satisfaction from seeing growth and development in his students. Join Tim for Prints, PLCs and Troubleshooting. Spanish for Manufacturing and Warehousing : Spanish for Manufacturing and Warehousing is a self-paced, online Spanish course designed for managers, supervisors, team leaders, or anybody who works with Spanish-speaking employees and co-workers in a manufacturing and/or warehousing setting. $165 | 34522 Start anytime Online Safety & OSHA Fork Truck Operator Training Learn proper fork truck operation including lifting techniques and vehicle safety standards. This course is designed to meet OSHA Standard 1910.178L and includes both classroom and hands-on training. Bring pen and notebook to class. $149 | $149 | $149 | $149 | 32088 May 5 Sa 8am–5pm / 1 session Kass Main Campus - Butler Hall 33121 Jun 9 Sa 8am–5pm / 1 session Kass Main Campus - Butler Hall 33122 Jul 14 Sa 8am–5pm / 1 session Kass Main Campus - Butler Hall 33123 Aug 11 Sa 8am–5pm / 1 session Kass Main Campus - Butler Hall INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE Prepare for a job in a high-demand industry with these courses. Trade & Industry Production Welding Certificate Participants will learn proper weld safety, machine set-up, and welding procedures of gas metal arc welding (MIG) along with fundamentals of welding related to blueprint reading. A math review of whole numbers, fractions, and decimals is also included. Students will learn techniques and processes to weld carbon steel in the flat, horizontal and vertical positons and will be able to fabricate a weldment from a blueprint to industry standards. Earning a 10-hour OSHA card is also included. Students will complete an AWS groove weld qualification test at the end of the program. $2549 33124 Jul 10 – Aug 29* M–Th 8am–2:30pm / 29 sessions | Kjeld Cedar Falls Center *No class 7/12. Maintenance Welding Jun 18 – July 3 M-F 7:00–11:00 a.m. $799 Industrial Hydraulics Jun 4 – Oct 8 M-Th 12:30–3:00 p.m. $1,999 Industrial Electricity and Motor Controls Jun 4 – Oct 8 M-Th 3:00–5:30 p.m. $1,999 Industrial Maintenance Program Sept 11 – May 22 M-Th 3:30–9:30 p.m. $8,499 Learn more at www.hawkeyecollege.edu/ce/industrial Register online at www.hawkeyecollege.edu/ce | 319-296-4290 | 5