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Course Description Are you a woman with little or no carpentry experience? Do want to overcome your fear of using power tools? Do you want to build basic skills in Woodworking? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this course is for you. In Basic Woodworking for Women, you will learn how to safely use various materials, tools, and techniques integral for wood working. In our state-of-the-art carpentry shop, you will learn basic carpentry terminology, how to measure properly, and standard tool usage with a constant emphasis on the safe operation and handling of each tool. This course is project based allowing for maximum hands-on experience. What’s stopping you? Outcomes Upon successful completion of Basic Woodworking for Women, you will: have gained knowledge and skills in basic woodworking. confidently and safely use power tools. define basic carpentry terminology. obtain a Recognition of Participation certificate.   Prerequisites This course has no prerequisites. Notes Participants will need to bring their own pair of safety glasses. Basic course materials are included.  Personal Project materials are extra.

INDT 540

C01

Start date: 09/18/18

8 sessions.

Days of the Week : Weekly - Tue .

Tuition $475.00

Location : Agriculture & Trades Training Facility (AH) Location : 
  Agriculture & Trades Training Facility (AH).

Instructor : Richard Bates 



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Course Description Have you always wanted to learn how to weld? Come learn the basics of welding in a supportive and comfortable environment made just for women. In this course designed specifically for women, you will learn how to safely use various materials, tools, and techniques for basic welding. This course covers the basics of oxy-acetylene and shielded metal arc welding with related theory and practical lab instruction. You will learn how to weld common joint types on mild steel that is often encountered in manufacturing, construction, and repairs. Increase your good welding habits by getting hands-on experience in fusion welding of mild steel in both oxy-acetylene and shielded arc welding, brazing and torch cutting, and care for equipment. What’s stopping you? Outcomes Upon successful completion of Basic Welding for Women, you will: have gained knowledge and skills in basic welding. be able to weld common joint types on mild steel. feel confident and safe while welding. obtain a Recognition of Participation certificate.   Prerequisites This course has no prerequisites. Notes Participants will need to bring their own pair of safety glasses, steel-toed boots, cotton or natural fiber coveralls, and welding gloves. A welding helmet is optional, but recommended. Basic course materials are included.  Personal Project materials are extra.

INDT-510

C01

Start date: 10/02/18

8 sessions.

Days of the Week : Weekly - Tue .

Tuition $475.00

Location : Trades & Technologies (TT) Location : 
  Trades & Technologies (TT).

Instructor : Wanda Leclair 



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