Presentation on theme: "Enter a new career in as few as 16 weeks. Trades Industry Job Point offers programs in: Intermediate Construction Trades (Carpentry) Highway/Heavy Construction."— Presentation transcript:
Enter a new career in as few as 16 weeks
Trades Industry Job Point offers programs in: Intermediate Construction Trades (Carpentry) Highway/Heavy Construction Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning
With the rapidly aging construction workforce, there is a high demand for skilled personnel Job Point utilizes curricula from National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER) Nationally accredited Competency-based Developed by industry professionals Portable Trades Industry
4 weeks Required to enroll in the Intermediate Construction Trades (ICT), Highway/Heavy Construction (HHC) or Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC) trades programs Introductory Craft Skills (Core)
Basic Safety, OSHA-10, CPR and First Aid Introduction to Construction Math, Hand and Power Tools, Construction Drawings and Materials Handling Basic Rigging (ropes, chains, hoists, loaders, and cranes) Basic Communication and Employability Skills Introductory Crafts Skills Curriculum
12 weeks + 4-week Core Curriculum (16 weeks total) Optional paid internship Average starting salary: $23,000-$26,000 26% growth through 2020 Intermediate Construction Trades (ICT)
Orientation to the trade, building materials, hand and power tools Fasteners and adhesives Reading plans and elevations Flooring systems Wall, ceiling and roof framing Concrete Reinforcing materials and forms Windows and exterior doors Basic stair layout ICT Curriculum
12 weeks + 4-week Core Curriculum (16 weeks total) Optional paid internship Average entry level salary: $26,000 – $30,000 10% growth expected through 2020 In partnership with MoDOT Highway/Heavy Construction (HHC)
Trucks, heavy equipment, cranes and forklifts Below grade construction, earthmoving Plant operations, paving, structures Teamwork, following directions, planning and scheduling, problem solving HHC Curriculum
Inspecting, examining and recording, and craftsmanship Commercial Drivers License (CDL) Permits and Testing for license Flagger certification HHC Curriculum, Cont.
12 weeks + 4-week Core Curriculum + 4-week Required Internship (20 weeks total) HVAC Technician average starting salary: $30,000 33% increase in positions expected through 2020 Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Intro to HVAC Trade Mathematics Basic Electricity Intro to Heating, Cooling and Air Distribution Systems Basic Copper, Plastic and Carbon Steel Piping Practices Soldering and Brazing HVAC Curriculum
Chimneys, Vents & Flues Sheet Metal Duct Systems Fiberglass and Flexible Duct Systems Commercial Airside Systems Air Quality Equipment Intro to Hydronic Systems HVAC Curriculum, Cont.
Basic Electronics Basic Installation Practices Troubleshooting Gas Heating and cooling EPA-608 (handling of Freon) Apprentice license and 400 hours toward Journeyman license. HVAC, Curriculum Cont.
Valid Drivers License Successful completion of one- week Orientation. 8 th grade reading and math levels on the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) Interest in working with a variety of hand and power tools and an ability to get along with crew members Trades Entrance Criteria
Medical clearance Physical tolerance for light and moderate work Lifting requirement range of 5 to 40 lbs Must pass a drug screen to participate in the Trades Internship Trades Entrance Criteria, Cont.
Intermediate Construction Trades (ICT) 17½ years of age or older Highway/Heavy Construction HHC) 18 years of age or older High school graduation or equivalency Strong preference given to racial and ethnic minorities, females and individuals with economic disadvantages Specific Trades Entrance Criteria
Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) 18 years of age or older Minimum score of 56% (69% or higher preferred) on the Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test, Form S, during one-week Orientation to program Specific Trades Entrance Criteria
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