Centrifugal Pump Repair

Lesson topics include:

  • Disassembly, repair, and reassembly of bearings, couplings, seals, rotating elements, rotors, and packing; 
  • Use of precision measuring instruments; and
  • In-shop inspections, cleaning and measuring on close-coupled and split-casing pumps. 

Training Period: 3 Weeks. Continuing Education Units (CEU) Award: 12 Units.


Computer-Aided Design/Manufacturing

This course provides theory and practical training in manual and symbolic FANUC Auto Program Tool (FAPT) programming for the lathe and mill machines. Lesson topics include:

  • Basic use of computer equipment; and
  • MS-DOS and Windows operating systems for Print-a-Plot and TekSoft CAD/CAM systems (including ProCAD, ProMill, and ProLathe).

The course or similar experience can be a prerequisite for the Computer Numerically-Controlled (CNC) Machine Training course. 

Training Period: 3 Weeks. Continuing Education Units(CEU) Award: 12 Units.


Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Machine Training

Lesson topics include:

  • Manual and symbolic FANUC Auto Program Tool (FAPT) programming; and
  • Operator control panel operations for the lathe and mill and machine setup.

Training Period: 5 Weeks. Continuing Education Units (CEU) Award: 20 Units.


Courses provide specialized training in advanced construction trade skills. The list of courses is below:

  • Motors and Controllers;
  • Cable Splicing;
  • Interior Wiring;
  • Motor and Generator Rewind;
  • Power Distribution Systems;
  • Solid-state Fundamentals;
  • Bucket Truck/Auger Truck Operations; and
  • Telephone Exchange and Distribution Systems.

Training Period: 2-5 Weeks. Continuing Education Units(CEU) Award: 8-20 depending on length of course.

 Electrical Construction Trade Skills: Intermediate & Advanced


Lesson topics include:

  • Current rewind technology; 
  • Mechanical and electrical tests;
  • Use of precision measuring instruments;
  • Motor reconditioning;
  • Bearing removal and installation;
  • Single- and three-phase ac motors;
  • Rewind terminology and winding diagram development;
  • Stator stripping and preparation;
  • Preparation and installation of insulation and coils; and
  • Dipping, baking, pre-assembly, testing, reassembly, and operational testing of reconditioned and rewound motors.

Training Period: 5 Weeks. Continuing Education Units (CEU) Award: 20 Units.

Electric Motor Repair


Lesson topics include:

  • Inspection, troubleshooting, and repair procedures for AC and DC motors and controllers; 
  • Use of precision measuring instruments and test equipment; 
  • Introduction to solid-state components, power supplies, and magnetic amplifiers; 
  • Review of wound rotor motor theory and maintenance requirements as it applies to motor generator (MG) sets; and 
  • Introduction to basic degaussing theory.

Training Period: 3 Weeks. Continuing Education Units (CEU) Award: 2 Units.

Electrical Equipment Repair