Skilled Trades

 

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Welding 

 

Keyser Welding Classes: 75 Hour Training Program

Instructor: Dennis McGann

  • Classes will accommodate all levels of experience
  • Classes begin February 6 - April 11, 2018  
  • For more information, and to register, call Eastern's Workforce Education at 304-434-8000,  ext. 9253
  • All supplies for program are included in tuition fee
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Industrial Maintenance

  • Basic Mechanical Systems - Individuals completing this 100-hour training program will earn industry-recognized certification from the National Institute of Metalworking Skills (NIMS). The credential validates that the individual had the skills and knowledge to successfully adhere to mechanical power transmission safety rules; use dimensional measurement tools; install and align power transmission systems; install, align and adjust gear drives and pillow block bearings; and properly lubricate machines in accordance with maintenance schedules.
  • Electrical Systems - Individuals completing this 180-hour training program will earn industry-recognized certification from the National Institute of Metalworking Skills (NIMS). The credential validates that an individual has the skills and knowledge to successfully adhere to electrical power and control systems safety rules; interpret electrical control and power schematics; adjust limit switches and electronic systems; measure voltage, current and resistance in an electrical circuit; select, install and test fuses & circuit breakers; install and test AC and DC electric motors; install and test electrical relay, electro-fluid and electrical motor components and circuits; test repair machine electrical grounds; troubleshoot a solenoid-operated fluid power relay control circuit; test and replace transformers; and replace electrical control wiring using either terminal or solder attachments.
  • Electronic Control Systems (ECS) - Individuals completing this 180-hour training program will earn industry-recognized certification from the National Institute of Metalworking Skills (NIMS). The credential validates that an individual has the skills and knowledge to successfully adhere to electronic power and control systems safety rules; connect and test a DC power supply; install and test a solid-state relay; install and test analog electronic sensors and signal conditioning equipment; install and operate an AC variable frequency volts-to-hertz motor drive system; connect and transfer programs to a PLC using a PC; create a basic PLC ladder system program; and troubleshoot, install and test basic PLCs and PLC components.
  • Process Control Systems (PCS) - Individuals completing this 70-hour training program will earn industry-recognized certification from the National Institute of Metalworking Skills (NIMS). The credential validates that an individual has the skills and knowledge to successfully adhere to PCS safety rules; process control nomenclature and documentation; calibrate and test analog sensors and control elements; and install and operate a basic controller (single/basic process single loop system).
  • Classes also available for this program at the Allegany College of Maryland

Information about NIMS credentialing for these courses available here.