Electrical Training Center
65 Elm St
Copiague, NY 11726
Phone: 631 226-8021
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Theory Hours: 103 hours - Skill Hours: 47 hours - Days to Complete: 25
All Trades 150 Hour Program provides a basic overview of construction trade, basic safety measures, career opportunities and professional development which includes career paths, OSHA 10, first aid overview, the national electrical codes and standards of conduct related to customer service. In the construction trades, workers must use math day in and day out. Plumbers use math to calculate pipe length, read plans and lay out fixtures. Carpenters use math to lay out floor systems, frame walls and ceilings. In some cases, algebra, geometry and even trigonometry may be required. This course reviews basic mathematical procedures and provides the opportunity to practice mathematical tasks related to construction activities.
The course describes the communication process and the importance of listening and speaking skills. It explains how to use and understand written materials, and it also provides techniques and guidelines that will help you to improve your writing skills. Becoming gainfully employed in the construction industry takes more preparation than simply filling out a job application. It is essential to understand how the construction industry and potential employers operate.
Your trade skills are extremely important, but employers are also looking for those who are eager to advance and demonstrate positive personal characteristics. This course discusses the skills needed to pursue employment successfully.
Additionally, power tools are used in almost every construction trade to make holes; to cut, smooth, and shape materials; and even to demolish pavement. All construction workers are certain to use power tools on the job eventually. This course provides an overview of the common types of power tools and how they work. It also describes the proper techniques required to safely operate these tools.