Apprenticeship Course Descriptions

APR101 Trade Skills Fundamentals
Introduces the apprenticeship industry and the requirements necessary to enter an apprenticeship program. Includes employment and industry opportunities, and base construction and maintenance skills used in various crafts. Examines concepts in safety. Covers use of trade vocabulary, math, hand and power tools, blueprint reading, basic rigging, and basic principles of resume writing. F, W, Sp, Su
4 Credits

APR102 Adv Trade Skills Fundamentals
Presents the second term of the Trade Skills Fundamentals courses. For registered youth apprentices in the construction trades. Covers CPR and First Aid, applied mathematics for limited maintenance electricians and millwrights, and print reading and construction drawings. Prerequisite: APR101 with a grade of C or better; or recommendation of Registered Youth Apprenticeship Committee; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed.
4 Credits

APR104 TSF: Intro to Plumbing Trade
Introduces basic plumbing practices and completion of minor repairs. Covers tools, safety, materials, codes, and plumbing career opportunities. Does not require previous knowledge or skill in plumbing. Upon successful completion, students may acquire points for selection in the plumbing apprenticeship trade. Su
4 Credits

APR105 Elect Trade Skills Fund
Apprenticeship
4 Credits

APR105A Electrical Level 1A
Covers hand bending, fasteners, and anchors; electrical theory; electrical test equipment; and introduces the National Electrical Code. Prerequisite: MTH020 or equivalent course as determined by instructor; or APR101; or consent of instructor. (All prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher.) F
2 Credits

APR105B Electrical Level 1B
Covers raceways, boxes, fittings, and conductors; introduces electrical blueprints, commercial and industrial wiring, and residential wiring. Prerequisite: MTH020 or equivalent course as determined by instructor; or APR101; or consent of instructor. (All prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.) F, W, Sp, Su
2 Credits

APR116A Millwright Appr Basic Elec 1A
Cover s basic electrical theory, safety procedures, electrical equipment, installation, electrical schematic, electricity measurements, and the industrial applications of AC/DC motors. Offered as needed.
5 Credits

APR116B Millwright Appr Bsc Crpntry 1B
Provides an overview of carpentry skills, including shop safety, manual, electric, and pneumatic power tool operation, and construction methods. Prerequisite: APR116A. Offered as needed.
5 Credits

APR116C Millwright Appr Power Trns 1C
Focuses on the theory of power transmission and related mathematics and safety. Prerequisite: APR116B. Offered as needed.
5 Credits

APR116D Millwright Appr Boilers 2A
Focuses on the theory and application of operating and maintaining boilers. Prerequisite: APR116C.Offered as needed.
5 Credits

APR116E Millwright Appr Welding 2B
Focuses on the theory and application of operating and maintaining boilers. Prerequisite: APR116D.Offered as needed.
5 Credits

APR153A Electrician Appr Fundamentals
Provides training for the inside wire electrician apprentice. Includes trade history and concepts, trade math, basic electrical DC theory, and an introduction to the National Electrical Code. Prerequisite: MTH070 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F
5 Credits

APR153B Electrician Appr AC/DC Circuit
Provides training for the inside wire electrician apprentice. Covers mathematical formulas of equations, basic AC theory, use of test equipment, and applicable National Electrical Code. Includes safety procedures, first aid, and CPR. Prerequisite: APR153A with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR153C Electrician Appr Measurements
Covers first year, Area II, of the inside wireman apprenticeship-related training. Includes direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC) electrical theory, practical residential wiring, and related National Electrical Code study. Prerequisite: APR153B with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
3 Credits

APR153D Electrician Appr Theory
Presents training for the inside wire electrical apprentice. Includes requirements for wiring and installation of electrical devices, auxiliary gutters, raceways, fuses and over-current devices, wire devices, hazardous locations, busways, residential calculation, and applicable National Electrical Code. Prerequisite: APR153C with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F
5 Credits

APR153E Elect Appr Wiring/Print Rdg
Provides training for the inside wire electrical apprentice. Includes requirements for wiring and installation of electrical devices, auxiliary gutters, raceways, fuses and over-current devices, and wire devices. Covers hazardous locations, busways, residential calculation, and applicable National Electrical Code. Prerequisite: APR153D with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR153F Elect Appr Residntl Install
Includes requirements for wiring and installation of electrical devices, auxiliary gutters, raceways, fuses, and over-current devices. Covers hazardous locations, busways, residential calculation, and application of National Electrical Code sections for inside wire electrician apprentices. Prerequisite: APR153E with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
3 Credits

APR155A HVAC/R Appr Fundamentals
Focuses on general construction safety, use of hand and power tools, and construction math using whole numbers, common fractions, decimals, ratio proportion, percent, geometry, and math applications in measurement. Designed for Oregon state recognized apprentices working in the HVAC/R trade. F
5 Credits

APR155B HVAC/R Soldering/Brazing
Focuses on soldering and brazing, bending and flaring tubing and steel piping. Introduces blueprints, reading mechanical and HVAC drawings, measuring, and drafting tools, refrigeration, matter and heat, compressors and condensers, evaporators, accessories, and minor components. Designed for Oregon state recognized apprentices working in the HVAC/R trade. Prerequisite: APR155A with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR155C HVAC/R Appr Intro to Code
Focuses on code compliance, moist air properties, commercial and residential heat loss and gain, job requirement surveys, estimating installation costs, and system operating costs. Designed for Oregon state recognized apprentices working in the HVAC/R trade. Prerequisite: APR155B with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
5 Credits

APR155D HVAC/R Appr Trade Math
Focuses on using basic algebra and trigonometry functions for HVAC, freehand sketching, preparing sheet metal developments, building and roof construction details, insulation requirements, fluids, and pressure, and measuring temperature, fluids and pressure. Designed for Oregon state recognized apprentices working in the HVAC/R trade. Prerequisite: APR155C with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F
5 Credits

APR155E HVAC/R Appr Intro to Refrig
Focuses on an introduction to air conditioners, including refrigerant types and properties, vapor compression cycle, refrigerant flow devices, refrigeration and A/C piping, cooling towers, spray ponds, material handling, refrigeration recovery, and system charging. Also covers fuses and circuit breakers, resistors, capacitors and inductors, conductors, insulation, conduit, electrical drawings, wiring diagrams, schematics, and single phase motors. Designed for Oregon state recognized apprentices working in the HVAC/R trade. Prerequisite: APR155D with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR155F HVAC/R Appr Elect & Magnetism
Focuses on electricity and magnetism, basic electricity, alternating current, electrical symbols, low voltage circuits, communication skills, and codes and regulations. Designed for Oregon state recognized apprentices working in the HVAC/R trade. Prerequisite: APR155E with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
5 Credits

APR158A Plumber Appr Fundamentals
Introduces related training for the plumber apprentice in trade theory and practices. Includes an introduction to the trade, basic math, related science, plumbing code, blueprint reading, first aid and CPR. Prerequisite: Indentured apprentice or consent of instructor. F
5 Credits

APR158B Plumbr Appr Math/Print Reading
Continues related training for the plumber apprentice to study theory and trade practices. Includes mathematics, installation practices, related plumbing code, health and safety, and blueprint reading and sketching. Prerequisite: APR158A with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR158C Plumber Appr Pipe Sizing
Provides training for the plumber apprentice in the interpretation of plumbing code theory and practice. Focuses on current national plumbing code and Oregon amendments. Prerequisite: APR158B with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
3 Credits

APR158D Plumber Appr Basic Install
Continues related training and trade practices for the plumber apprentice. Includes installation and related codes, safety and CPR, welding and brazing, and blueprint reading. Prerequisite: APR158C with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F
5 Credits

APR158E Plumber Appr Occupancy
Continues theory and trade practices for the plumber apprentice. Includes single occupancy installation and code, trade math calculations and related sources, properties of water, pressure and testing, and single occupancy. Prerequisite: APR158D with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR158F Plumber Appr Adv Waste Wtr Sys
Covers theory and trade practices for the plumber apprentice. Includes installation standards (I.S.) and reviews. Focuses on current national plumbing code and Oregon amendments. Prerequisite: APR158E with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
3 Credits

APR166A Sheetmetal Appr Fundamentals
Presents related training material consistent with the minimum skill requirements of the sheetmetal trade. Includes introduction to the trade, terminology, tools, mathematics, safety, fasteners, rigging, and hoisting. Prerequisite: Indentured apprentice; or consent of instructor. F
5 Credits

APR166B Sheetmetal Appr Fund/Drawings
Presents related training material consistent with the minimum skill requirements of the sheetmetal trade. Includes elements of blueprint reading, specifications, and application of SMACNA standard submetals, and mechanical codes. Prerequisite: APR166A with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR166C Sheetmetal Appr Fund of Layout
Presents related training consistent with the minimum skill requirements of the sheetmetal trade. Includes steel and other metals, principles of layout, sheetmetal processes, and introduction to fabrication. Prerequisite: APR166B with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
5 Credits

APR166D Sheetmetal Appr Basic Install
Presents related training material consistent with the minimum skill requirements of the sheetmetal trade. Includes parallel line development, hangers and supports, and insulation. Prerequisite: APR166C with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F
5 Credits

APR166E Sheetmetal Appr Architect Sys
Presents related training material consistent with the minimum skill requirements of the sheetmetal trade. Includes architectural sheetmetal, roof drainage systems, hoods, and ventilators. Prerequisite: APR166D with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR166W Weld Processes/Apprenticeship
Introduces the fundamentals of shield metal arc welding, oxyacetylene welding and cutting, metallic inert gas (MIG) welding, and arc-air procedures. Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Sheet Metal Apprenticeship program; or consent of instructor. W
4 Credits

APR199A Elec Trade Skills Fundamentals
Introduces students to work tasks in the electrical construction industry. Covers basic electrical concepts and building basic circuits using the physical components of electrical systems. Focuses on the use of electrical trade tools, equipment, and materials relevant to constructing wiring projects. Offered as needed
4 Credits

APR216G Millwright Appr Machine Shp 3A
Covers basic machine tool practices, bench work, engine lathes, vertical and horizontal mills, precision grinding, tool room operations, and elements of production work. Prerequisite: APR116F. Offered as needed,
5 Credits

APR216H Millwright Appr Mchn Shop 3B
Stresses advanced machine tool practices, drafting, bench work, engine lathes, vertical and horizontal mills, precision grinding, tool room operations, and production work. Prerequisite:APR216G. Offered as needed.
5 Credits

APR216I Millwright Appr Drafting 3C
Covers the use of mathematical calculations to determine circular, linear, area and volume measurements, drafting terminology, characteristics of various types of drawings, drafting symbols, and blueprint interpretation. Prerequisite:APR216H. Offered as needed.
5 Credits

APR216J Millwright Appr Hydr/Pneu 1 4A
Covers aspects of fluid power, manually and electrically-oriented directional valves, flow controls, pressure reducing devices fittings, and types of piping. Prerequisites: APR216I. Offered as needed.
5 Credits

APR216K Millwright Appr Hydr/Pneu 2 4B
Presents advanced aspects of fluid power, electrically-oriented directional valves, flow controls, pressure reducing devices fittings, and types of piping. Prerequisite:APR216J. Offered as needed.
5 Credits

APR216L Millwright Appr Rigging 4C
Explores the evolution of rigging systems and the mathematics of rigging. Covers basic system principles, rope tying techniques, and mobile and stationary crane operations. Prerequisite: APR216K. Offered as needed.
5 Credits

APR253G Electrician Appr Safety & Code
Provides training for the inside wire electrical apprentice. Covers applied electrical theory, residential and commercial wiring practices, busways, motor fundamentals application, and the National Electrical Code. Prerequisite: APR153F with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F
5 Credits

APR253H Electrician Appr Motor & Cntrl
Offers training for the inside wire electrical apprentice. Covers motors, generators, controls, and applicable national electrical code. Prerequisite: APR253G with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR253I Electrician Appr Fiber Optics
Covers applied electrical theory, residential and commercial wiring practices, busways, and motor fundamentals. Applies National Electrical Code for inside wire electrician apprentices. Prerequisite: APR253H with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
3 Credits

APR253J Elect Appr Math/Test Equipment
Offers related training for the inside wire electrical apprentice. Includes trade history, safety and first aid, blueprint reading, commercial and residential calculations, wiring methods, related theory, and applicable National Electrical Code. Prerequisite: APR253I with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F
5 Credits

APR253K Electrician Appr Voltage
Offers training for the inside wire electrician apprentice. Includes a thorough review of the National Electrical Code publications. Focuses on theory and application of motor controls, solid state fundamentals, special termination, layout, hazardous locations, and transformer locations. Prerequisite: APR253J with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR253L Elect Appr Code & Test Prep
Covers a thorough review of the National Electrical Code books for the inside wire electrician apprentice. Includes theory and application of motor controls, solid state fundamentals, special termination, layout, hazardous locations and transformer locations. Prerequisite: APR253K with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
3 Credits

APR254G Ltd Elec Appr Basic PLC LME 3A
Introduces the fundamentals of programmable logic controllers. Prerequisite: APR154F. F
5 Credits

APR254H Ltd Elec Appr Adv PLC LME 3B
Presents advanced concepts of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). Includes timers, counters, program control, data manipulation, mathematics instructions, sequencers and shift registers, data acquisition, and troubleshooting techniques. Prerequisite:APR254G. W
5 Credits

APR254I Ltd Elec Appr Instr PLC LME 3C
Presents advanced concepts of industrial process control instrumentation and system networks. Prerequisite: APR254H. Sp
3 Credits

APR254J Ltd Elec Appr Intro NEC LME 4A
Provides a comprehensive study of the National Electrical Code (NEC), including general definitions, wiring design, and protection. Examines wiring methods and materials. Prepares students for the NEC state exam. Prerequisite:APR254I. F
5 Credits

APR254K Ltd Elec Appr Adv NEC LME 4A
Continues study of the National Electrical Code (NEC), including general definitions, wiring design, and protection. Includes wiring methods and materials. Prepares students for the state exam. Prerequisite: APR 254J .W
5 Credits

APR254L Ltd Elec Appr Test Prep LME 4C
Provides preparation for the LME state examination. Covers wiring methods and materials. Includes administration of the examination to OJT-eligible students. Prerequisite:APR254K. Sp
3 Credits

APR255G HVAC/R Apprenticeship Fuels
Focuses on fuels and combustion, gas and oil-fired heating equipment, combustion air and venting, electric resistance heating, air-source pumps, and water-source heat pump systems. Designed for Oregon state recognized apprentices working in the HVAC/R trade. Prerequisite: APR155F with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F
5 Credits

APR255H HVAC/R Appr Res Air Dstrbution
Focuses on residential air distribution systems and concepts, commercial air distribution systems, standards and codes for ducts and insulation, variable air volume systems, testing and balancing air distribution systems, water treatment and hydronic systems, dual purpose water heater installations, hydronic radiant heating (HRH), and hydronic system start-up and balancing. Designed for Oregon state recognized apprentices working in the HVAC/R trade. Prerequisite: APR255G with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR255I HVAC/R Apprenticeship Welding
Focuses on welding fundamentals and safety, gas and arc welding techniques, hydronic systems and controls, steam systems, and communicating with customers. Designed for Oregon state recognized apprentices working in the HVAC/R trade. Prerequisite: APR255H with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
5 Credits

APR255J HVAC/R Appr Refrig Fundamental
Focuses on commercial refrigeration applications, compressors, condensers, installation and start-up, service and trouble-shooting, plans and specifications, and effective communications and record keeping. Designed for Oregon state recognized apprentices working in the HVAC/R trade. Prerequisite: APR255I with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F
5 Credits

APR255K HVAC/R Appr Troubleshooting
Focuses on troubleshooting, mechanical problems, heat pump installations and start up, pneumatic controls, and control valve components and applications. Designed for Oregon state recognized apprentices working in the HVAC/R trade. Prerequisite: APR255J with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR255L HVAC/R Appr Equip/Room Layout
Focuses on moving HVAC equipment, equipment room layout, outdoor equipment location, troubleshooting techniques, and A/C systems and components. Designed for Oregon state recognized apprentices working in the HVAC/R trade. Prerequisite: APR255K with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
5 Credits

APR258G Plumber Appr Residntl Install
Continues training for the plumber apprentice in trade theory and practices. Includes installation of residential and commercial fixtures and appliances, use of mathematics related to gas and pipe sizing codes, related science and blueprint reading. Prerequisite: APR158F with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F
5 Credits

APR258H Plumber Appr Comm Install
Continues related training for the plumber apprentice in trade theory and practices. Includes commercial installation practices, related applied math and science, OSHA, safety, CPR, and Uniform Plumbing Code. Prerequisite: APR258G with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR258I Plumber Apprentice Code
Covers theory and trade practices for the plumber apprentice. Focuses on current national plumbing code and Oregon amendments. Prerequisite: APR258H with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
3 Credits

APR258J Plumbr Appr Industrial Install
Continues training for the plumber apprentice in trade theory and practices. Includes installation practices emphasizing industrial and institutional systems and service, blueprints of drainage and venting and special waste systems, mathematics of volume and pipe sizing, safety and sanitation, and applicable uniform plumbing codes. Prerequisite: APR258I with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F
5 Credits

APR258K Plumb Appr Basic Waste Wtr Sys
Continues training for the plumber apprentice in trade theory and practices. Covers water supply protection, breaker valve assembly, heating systems, science of hydraulics, pumps and system performance and maintenance, shop and isometric drawings of systems and special components, and Uniform Plumbing Code. Includes an examination review. Prerequisite: APR258J with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR258L Plumb Appr Code and Test Prep
Covers theory and trade practices for the plumber apprentice. Focuses on current national plumbing code and Oregon amendments. Prerequisite: APR258K with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
3 Credits

APR266F Sheetmetal Appr Applied Math
Presents related training material consistent with the minimum skill requirements of the sheetmetal trade. Includes shop production and organization, estimating, field measuring and fitting, louvers, dampers, and access doors. Prerequisite: APR166E with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F
5 Credits

APR266G Shtmetal Appr Triangl/Fibrglss
Presents related training material consistent with the minimum skill requirements of the sheetmetal trade. Includes fabrication, triangulation, fiberglass and PVC ducts. Prerequisite: APR266F with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR266H Sheetmetal Appr Calc Layout
Focuses on the use of the hand-held calculator to perform mathematical algebraic and trigonometric functions, as they apply to the sheetmetal layout concepts of HVAC fittings. Prerequisite: APR266G with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
5 Credits

APR266I Sheetmetal Appr Rad Line Dvpt
Presents related training materials consistent with the minimum skill requirements of the sheetmetal trade. Includes radial line development and fume and exhaust system design. Prerequisite: APR266H with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F
5 Credits

APR266J Sheetmetal Appr Duct Sizing
Presents related training materials consistent with the minimum skill requirements of the sheetmetal trade. Includes air balance, duct design fundamentals, duct standards, associated equipment and refrigeration. Prerequisite: APR266I with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
5 Credits

APR266K Sheetmetal Appr Job Site Mgt
Presents related training material consistent with the minimum skill requirements of the sheetmetal trade. Includes job site organization, time management, goal setting, dispute and/or conflict resolution, organizational techniques, and goals. Prerequisite: APR266J with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
5 Credits

APR266L CAD for Apprenticeship
Incorporates hands-on experience with computer-aided drafting (CAD) software. Introduces standard graphics commands for two-dimensional drawings. Most students will use AutoCAD, but other general-purpose CAD software can also be used. F, W, Sp, Su
3 Credits

APR280A Cooperative Work Experience
Apprenticeship
1 Credits

APR280B Cooperative Work Experience
Apprenticeship
2 Credits

APR280C Cooperative Work Experience
Apprenticeship
3 Credits

APR280D Cooperative Work Experience
Apprenticeship
4 Credits

APR280E Cooperative Work Experience
Apprenticeship
5 Credits

APR280F Cooperative Work Experience
Apprenticeship
6 Credits

APR280G Cooperative Work Experience
Apprenticeship
7 Credits

APR280H Cooperative Work Experience
Apprenticeship
8 Credits

APR280I Cooperative Work Experience
Apprenticeship
9 Credits

APR280J Cooperative Work Experience
Apprenticeship
10 Credits

APR280L Cooperative Work Experience
Apprenticeship
12 Credits

XAPR9050H Electrician Exam Test Prep
Covers all elements of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Serves as a test-prep class for the state journey-level electrician exam. Prepares students who have completed four years of electrician apprenticeship related training and haven't finished all the on-the-job training hours. Prerequisite: Completion of four years electrician apprenticeship related training; recommended by JATC.
3.3 CEU

XAPR9050J Electrician NEC Code Update
Covers all elements of the National Electrical Code (NEC) book and its current updates. Satisfies requirements for continuing education for journey-level electricians as sanctioned by the Building Codes Division (BCD). Prerequisite: Electrician journey-level or higher certification.
1.6 CEU

XAPR9050K J-Level Update for Plumbers
Covers all elements of the current Universal Plumbing Code (UPC) with Oregon Amendments and current updates. Satisfies requirements for continuing education for journey-level plumbers and is recognized by the Oregon Building Codes Division (BCD). Prerequisites: Journey-level plumber or higher certification
.8 CEU

XAPR9050L Radio Frequency ID (RFID)
Covers all elements of cutting edge RFID including bar codes, technology, tags, inlays, data integration, supply chain, benefits and challenges. Sanctioned by Building Codes Division (BCD). Prerequisites: Professional electrician/trades or equivalent certification
.8 CEU

XAPR9050M Furnace Maintenance
Designed for general maintenance professionals to help them determine what furnace maintenance projects they can handle themselves and when to call in a furnace repair specialist. Covers parts such as the filter and coil, basic HVAC troubleshooting, efficiency loss diagnosis, motor repair and replacement, and MSDS.
.8 CEU

XAPR9050N NATE Certification HVAC/R Tech
Prepares professional HVAC/R technicians who have completed two years of field service, have completed the NATE Core curriculum and heat pump specialty for the national exam. Covers safety, tools, heat transfer and comfort, and electrical practices including installation and repair in the national exam.
.8 CEU

XAPR9050P Natl Electrical Code Update
Covers all elements of the National Electrical Code (NEC) book and its current updates. Satisfies requirements for continuing education for journey-level electricians as sanctioned by the Building Codes Division (BCD).
.8 CEU

XAPR9050Q HVAC/R Update
Offers adult professional custodians and maintenance workers in a school district skills for safe shut down of HVAC/R systems. Includes safe use of gas connections, trouble shooting, and best practices. Focuses on Tran and Courier heating and cooling systems.
.6 CEU

XAPR9050R RRP: Lead Safety
For renovators, remodelers, painters, maintenance personnel, and any other workers removing or modifying painted surfaces and anyone working in pre-1978 residences. Includes recognizing and dealing with hazards, EPA and HUD regulations, pre-project precautions, work processes and dust containment, clean-up, and recordkeeping.
.8 CEU

XAPR9050S Intro to Heavy Hwy Constrction
Introduces heavy highway construction trades preparation. Covers use of hand and power tools, safety equipment, work readiness, safety and industry work standards and expectation. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XAPR9050T Plumbers Test Prep
Covers all elements of the Universal Plumbing Code (UPC) with current Oregon Amendments. Serves as a test-prep class for the state journey-level plumber exam. Prepares students who have completed four years of plumber apprenticeship related training and have not completed all the on-the-job training hours. Offered as needed
3.3 CEU

XAPR9050U Electrician Exam Test Prep
Covers all elements of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Serves as a test-prep class for the state journey-level electrician exam. Prepares students who have completed four years of electrician training and haven’t finished all the on-the-job training hours. Prerequisite: Completion of four years electrician apprenticeship related training; recommended by JATC.
6.6 CEU