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NCHV030M HVACR Technician Online

$975

with ON LINE

Prepares students for an entry-level career as an HVACR technician in residential and light construction field.  Applicable skills:

Comprehend mathematical processes and use of formulas necessary for design, evaluation, and installation of HVACR systems. Understand composition and usage of HVACR materials, equipment, and tools required for installation and diagnostic tasks. Understand the refrigeration cycle, gas laws, and properties of refrigerants required for diagnostic and systems design.

Comprehend drawings, technical diagrams, and specification charts required for installation and repair of HVACR systems. Understand theories and processes for evaluating and installing electrical systems and controls. Comprehend procedures for installing, inspecting, testing, repairing, and maintaining HVACR systems.

Recognize and know procedures for following government regulations regarding the conservation, recovery, and recycling of refrigerants. Recognize safety procedures and established regulations related to workplace and job requirements.

Upon completion you will be prepared to sit for the HVACR Certificate, Includes EPA Cert. Test

On average this course is 488 hours of independent, online instruction.

For more detailed information: HVACR Technician PROGRAM OUTLINE

This course is WIOA Certified.

NCMI120M Certified Personal Training Online

$975

with ON LINE

This course covers the following material:

Learn root words, prefixes, suffixes, and combining forms function to form meaning of medical terms. Recognize the basic structures of the human body and their functions as well as the anatomy of, and work done on various muscles and muscle groups.  

Recognize tests that determine overall fitness, muscle strength, and flexibility. Identify typical components of a fitness workout. Identify muscles, connective tissues, bones, and joints, and their roles in movement.  Understand the physiology of muscle contraction and the relationship between muscular fitness and overall well-being.  

Know the functions of digestive, urinary, musculoskeletal, nervous,  endocrine, circulatory, and respiratory systems. Identify the major organs and their functions within each system. Recognize the structures of the pulmonary circuit, including arteries, arterioles, veins, venules, and capillaries.

Determine target heart rate and heart rate range.  Identify information resources for developing and maintaining a healthy heart and lungs, advantages of cardio respiratory fitness, and design of cardio respiratory exercise programs.

Identify how carbohydrates, fats, proteins, fluids, vitamins and minerals fit into a healthy eating plan. Put together fitness programs based on different needs: cardio respiratory, resistance training, core exercises, flexibility and safety requirements for specific activities.  Know how to exercise an injured body.  Recognize symptoms of common injuries, benefits of lifelong exercise for people with conditions such as diabetes and asthma; suggest exercise parameters for pregnant women, older adults, children and people with lower-back pain; identify medical conditions that prohibit exercise.

Upon completion you will be prepared to sit for the NCSF Certification Exam.

On average this course is 199 hours of independent, online instruction.

For more detailed information: Certified Personal Trainer PROGRAM OUTLINE

This course is WIOA Certified.

NCMI122M Heartsaver First Aid

$60

with Carol Phillips

The American Heart Association (AHA) Heartsaver® First Aid classroom course teaches students how to respond to and manage a medical emergency until emergency medical services (EMS) arrives. Students learn skills such as how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies. 3-hour class; 2-year certification. Certification e-card included.

PLEASE READ ALL THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT DETAILS:

The required student workbook for this class must be purchased separately and brought to class. Please choose from the following:

__Bring your previously purchased 2015 American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid Student Workbook (ISBN #978-1-61669-422-7) to class,

OR

__Purchase and download the e-book version, which can be found at the following link: https://ebooks.heart.org/product/heartsaver-first-aid-student-ebook50046012

OR

__Purchase a physical copy (if shipping time allows), which can be found at the following link: https://shopcpr.heart.org/heartsaver-first-aid-student-workbook.html

 

Please read book prior to class and bring book to class.

* The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in all AHA courses and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the AHA.

Full Course

NCMI123M Security Alarm Technician

$350

with Bryant Abbott

Purpose: The ever changing field of facility security requires technicians that are well versed in basic electronics, computer software applications, input/output wiring and knowledge of a variety of devices.

Course Layout:

Day 1:    Alarm panel basics for power supplies, inputs and outputs.

Day 2:    Quick-loader computer software for panel programming

Day 3:    Central Station setup and communication

Day 4:    Door access controllers

Day 5:    Special Devices

Each session will be allotted 4 hours. Structure will be a 1 hour class, short break followed by a 3 hour lab session

Requirements for Class:  Students will be required to supply the following

  •  Small diagonal cutters (5-6 inch)
  •  Long nose pliers (small point)
  •  Wire strippers (18GA to 24GA)
  •  #2 Phillips screwdrivers
  •  Slotted screwdriver(s)
  •  Small slotted and Phillips screwdrivers (such as Ideal 35-1301) 
  •  Multi-meter (must measure DC current, AC/DC voltage, resistance)                                                  

 

Full Course

NCMI124M Fire Alarm Technician

$350

with Bryant Abbott

Purpose: Fire alarm systems require technicians that are well versed in basic electronics, computer software applications, as well as knowledge of a variety of devices and auxiliary systems that interface to fire panels. 

Course Layout:

Day 1:   Alarm panel basics for power supplies and basic I/O devices.

  1. Set up the alarm panel, connect power
  2. Connect and program keypad
  3. Bringing the panel on line from the keypad
  4. Device input/output types

Day 2:   Computer software for panel programming

  1. Student will apply basics from previous class to set up panel
  2. Loading software on computer
  3. Program panel for basic I/O operations

Day 3:   Central Station setup and communication and power calculations

  1. Central Station communications
  2. Panel programming for communications
  3. Digital radio communicators

Day 4:   Auxiliary control systems

  1. Elevator alternate floor
  2. HVAC shutdown and reset
  3. Duct detectors

Day 5:   Specialty Software

  1. LiteConfig system design application
  2. Battery power configuration

Each session will be allotted 4 hours. Structure will be a 1 hour class, short break followed by a 3 hour lab session

Requirements for Class:  Students will be required to supply the following

  •  Small diagonal cutters (5-6 inch)
  •  Long nose pliers (small point)
  •  Wire strippers (18GA to 24GA)
  •  #2 Phillips screwdrivers
  •   Slotted screwdriver(s)
  •   Small slotted and Phillips screwdrivers (such as Ideal 35-1301)
  •   Multi-meter (must measure DC current, AC/DC voltage, resistance)

 

 

 

Full Course

NCMI130M Heartsaver CPR AED CRN: 24354

$68

with Carol Phillips

American Heart Association Heartsaver® CPR/AED is a classroom, video-based, instructor-led course that teaches adult, child, and infant CPR and AED use, as well as how to relieve choking.  This course teaches skills with AHA’s research-proven Practice-While-Watching (PWW) technique, which allows instructors to observe the students, provide feedback and guide the students’ learning of skills.  Required text purchased separately. 3-hour class; 2-year certification.

 

The required text for the course can be purchased and downloaded at the link below. Please read the book prior to attending the class.

 

Heartsaver CPR AED Student Manual: https://ebooks.heart.org/product/heartsaver-cpr-aed-student-ebook50046011

 

The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in all AHA courses and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the AHA.

 

NCMI82M Audio Engineering & Mixing Externship 1

$720

with Bob Desmarais

36 hours of time spent at NHTunes recording studio in Manchester's Millyard. Students learn the in's and out's of running a music studio, and shadow on mixing and recording sessions.

Externship applicants must go through an interview process before being accepted into the externship program

Full Course

NCMI83M Audio Engineering & Mixing Externship 2

$880

with Bob Desmarais

An additional 44 hours of time spent at NHTunes where students continue to learn the business, and will be expected to participate in mixing and recording sessions.

Externship applicants must go through an interview process before being accepted into the externship program.





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