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Classes offered by GLTS. More to be announced.
Please call Elizabeth Bennett at  x1010 or Janice Ayala (yo hablo espanol!) at x1026 for more information.

Auto Damage Appraisal

This course is offered for 10 weeks ($540); Tuesday's and Thursday's from 6-9PM starting February 7, 2017 through April 13, 2017. Auto Damage Appraisal is a 60 hour course designed to properly prepare you to learn auto insurance and state regulations while attaining the essential learning tools needed to write auto damage appraisals. Approved by the Auto Damage Appraiser Licensing Board, you will receive a certificate upon completion

 

Greater Lawrence Technical School in affiliation with Gould Construction Institute are proud to announce that
we are offering Gould Construction classes at GLTS.
 


Electrical 1

This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Basic Safety, Introduction to Construction Math, Introduction to Hand Tools, Introduction to Power Tools, Introduction to Construction Drawings, Basic Rigging, Basic Communication Skills, Basic Employability Skills, Introduction to Materials Handling, Orientation to the Electrical Trade, Electrical Safety, Introduction to Electrical Circuits, Electrical Theory, Introduction to the National Electrical Code (NEC), Device Bozes, Hand Bending, Raceways and Fittings, Conductors and Cables, Basic Electrical Construction Drawings, Residential Electricl Services, Electrical Test Equipment. It is required that all students bring a copy of the latest National Electrical Code®, NEC® Handbook to class.

 

Electrical 2
This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Alternating Current, Motors, Theory and Application, Electric Lighting, Conduit Bending, Pull and Junction Boxes, Conductor Installations, Cable Tray, Conductor Terminations and Splices, Grounding and Bonding Circuit Breakers and Fuses, Control Systems and Fundamental Concepts. It is required that all students bring a copy of the latest National Electrical Code®, NEC® Handbook to class.

 

Electrical 3
This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Load Calculations - Branch Feeders and Circuits, Conductor Selection and Calculations, Practical Applications of Lighting, Hazardous Locations, Overcurrent Protection, Distribution Equipment, Transdormers, Commercial Electrical Services, Motor Calculations, Voice, Data and Video, Motor Controls. It is required that all students bring a copy of the latest National Electrical Code®, NEC® Handbook to class.

 

 Electrical 4
This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Load Calculations-Feeder and Services; Health Care Facilities; Standby and Emergency Systems; Basic Electronic Theory; Fire Alarm System; Specialty Transformers; Advanced Controls; HVAC Controls; Heat Tracing and Freeze Protection; Motor Operation and Maintenance; Medium Voltage Terminations / Splices; Special Locations; Introductory Skills for the Crew Leader.  It is required that all students bring a copy of the latest National Electrical Code®, NEC® Handbook to class.

 

HVAC 3 (Hands on)

This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Fasteners, Hardware and Wiring Terminatinos, Control Circuit and Motor Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting Gooling, Troubleshooting Heat Pumps, Troubleshooting Gas Heating, Troubleshooting Oil Heating, Troubleshooting Accessories, Zoning, Ductless, and Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems, Commercial Hydronic Systems, Steam Systems, Retail Refrigeration System, Customer Relations. 

Pipefitting 2
This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Piping Systems; Drawings and Detail Sheets; Identifying and Installing Valves; Pipefitting Trade Math; Threaded Pipe Fabrication; Socket Weld Pipe Fabrication; Butt Weld Pipe Fabrication; Excavations; Underground Pipe Installation.  It is required that all students bring a copy of "The Pipe Fitters Blue Book" -Published by Graves.

 

Sheet Metal 1
This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Basic Safety; Introduction To Construction Math; Introduction To Hand Tools;   Introduction To Power Tools; Introduction To Construction Drawings; Basic Rigging; Basic Communication Skills; Basic Employability Skills; Introduction To Materials Handling; Introduction To The Sheet Metal Trade; Tools Of The Trade; Introduction To Sheet Metal Layout And Processes; Trade Math One; Fabrication One — Parallel Line Development.

Sheet Metal 2 (Hands on)

This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Installation Of Ductwork; Installation Of Air Distribution Accessories; Insulation; Architectural Sheet Metal; Trade Math Two; Plans And Specifications; Fabrication Two- Radial Line Development; Sheet Metal Duct Fabrication Standards.

 

Sheet Metal 3 (Hands on)
This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Air Properties And Distribution; Bend Allowances; Soldering; Basic Piping Practices; Fiberglass Duct; Trade Math Three – Field Measuring And Fitting; Air Systems; Principles Of Airflow; Louvers, Dampers, And Access Doors.

 

Sheet Metal 4 (Hands on)
This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Comprehensive Plan And Specification Reading; Fabrication Three – Triangulation; Advanced Architectural Sheet Metal; Shop Production And Organization; Air Balance.

 

Sheet Metal 5 (Hands on)
This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Louvers, Dampers, And Access Doors; Fume And Exhaust System Design; Fabrication Four – Comprehensive Review; Introductory Skills For The Crew Leader; Hands On Training; Sheet Metal Code Review.

 

Sprinkler Fitting 2
This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Hangers, Supports, Restraints and Guides; General Purpose Valves; General Trade Math; Shop Drawings; Standard Spray Fire Sprinklers; Wet Fire Sprinkler Systems; Dry-Pipe Systems. It is recommended that all students bring a copy of the latest NFPA 13 Automatic Sprinkler Systems Handbook to class.

 

 

 

 


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