Specializations include: Industrial Electrical Maintenance Technician, Electronics/Electro-Mechanical Technician, Major Home Appliance Technician
“Overall employment of electrical and electronics installers and repairers of commercial and industrial equipment is projected to continue growing to 2022. The median annual wage for electrical and electronics installers and repairers was $55,920 in 2016.” (Median hourly wage $26.89) Source: U.S. D.O.L Bureau of Labor statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook
If you are considering a career change, have recently lost your job, or are thinking about self-employment or business-ownership, you may benefit from this type of IN-DEMAND TRAINING. This is also a great option if you are a high-school graduate who would like to enter the workforce. Upon completion of your desired program, you will receive a Certificate of Completion from Middlesex County College. This type of training may also lead to industry-valued credentials in your chosen field.
Instructor: Santronics, Inc.
Prerequisites: High-school diploma or equivalent. Must be proficient in English and have a solid understanding of basic math, and basic PC skills such as MS Office, web navigation/checking e-mail; you should also have good eye-hand coordination, arm-hand steadiness, attention to detail and analytic thinking skills. No previous knowledge of electronics required.
The three technical training programs offered below include the same initial four Foundation courses for the specific program you are interested in pursuing and are listed below in modules. Foundation courses are offered Monday through Thursday from 6-10 p.m. and must be taken in order. After completing the four Foundation courses, you may then specialize in a specific technical occupation based on your interest. These courses are also offered in the evenings.
If you are a construction worker, contractor, subcontractor, building owner, facility manager or architect who would like to learn to manage construction projects in a more professional way, this program is for you.
Uniform Construction Code Permit Application Process for Contractors and Developers
The construction permitting process in the State of NJ is no simple task. It may become daunting to properly complete necessary forms and submit required documents to quickly obtain a construction permit. Thousands of pages of regulations govern the act of filing for construction permits; complex construction codes regulate building projects. Gain an understanding of the necessary steps you must take to obtain a construction permit as quickly as possible and become familiar with laws that regulate the process. Explore ways to save time, money and aggravation in what may easily become a frustrating and costly experience. Learn the differences between procedures for existing structures and new buildings, as well as the licensing of contractors and relevance to the permitting process.
Instructor: C. Eckart with guest speaker S. Winters
Tuition: $50 + general fee $49. Total $99
CNPM 001-05 Monday & Wednesday, 6-9 p.m., April 8, 10