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CAD SolidWorks - Basics

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CAD SolidWorks - Basics       3

Learn introductory concepts and skills utilizing state of the art CAD SolidWorks software technology. This course is for entry level operators, and is focused on learning to use CAD program interface, software features and functions, toolbox basics, drawing creation, file management basics, design tables, and intro to 3D modeling


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CAD SolidWorks - Intermediate

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CAD SolidWorks - Intermediate       3

CAD Basics is a prerequisite to this course. Focus is on advancing skills learned in CAD Basics. Introduction to materials selection and use. Further development of use of software basic features and functions to an advanced level of proficiency. Skills development in design tables, 3D modeling, parts assembly basics, and reverse engineering.


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AC Drives

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AC Drives       3

This course introduces the fundamentals of AC Drives also know as Motion Control. AC Motion Control is commonly used in applications that require precise speed control and efficiency. These applications include pumps, fans, grinders, and hoist, machine tools (axis and high performance spindle drives). The student will learn the basic installation and applications of AC drives as well as basic troubleshooting techniques.


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AC/DC Circuit Analysis

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AC/DC Circuit Analysis       3

Expands on what was taught in Introduction to Electricity by analyzing more complex circuits. Additional topics include batteries, power supplies, inductance, capacitance & electromagnetism. Single and three phase AC fundamentals are also introduced. Electrical diagrams, troubleshooting, and electrical safety are discussed. Text book used in Introduction to Electricity will be used in this class. Cost will be discounted at the time of registration.


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Introduction To Electricity

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Introduction To Electricity       3

This course introduces students to the theory and application of electricity in industrial applications. Lessons include Ohms Law, Kirchoff voltage law, the difference between voltages, current, resistance and power, basic electrical circuits, electrical symbols, as well as basic electrical mathematics and electrical safety. Textbook and other educational material provided.


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HVAC/R

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HVAC/R       3

The need for qualified individuals who know commercial and residential heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R) systems continues to grow, and there is no end in sight. This full-time program will teach you the skills you need to thrive in the demanding, high-tech field of commercial and residential heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems.

Butler Tech is the only career and technical education school in the region to include refrigeration training for both homes and businesses. Students will receive training in the skills needed to perform technical service on both residential and commercial refrigeration units, ice machines and reach-in and walk-in coolers, which are used by many different types of industries.

Classes are a combination of lecture and hands-on training. This allows you to get practical experience while you learn. The curriculum includes training specific to the electrical, mechanical and chemical systems that are an integral part of HVAC/R products. Training also comprises complete systems repair, installation, schematic reading, electrical theory, refrigerant handling, systems diagnostics and wiring and controls.

Both day and evening classes are available. You are encouraged to apply at least three weeks before the start of the program in order to complete pre-testing requirements.

Sign up now to join the next group of students ready to find success in the field of HVAC/R!

INDUSTRY-RECOGNIZED CREDENTIALS

Students will train and test for:

  • EPA 608
  • R410a
  • OSHA 30
  • Industry Competency Exam (ICE)

INDUSTRY SALARY AVERAGE
2015 median pay
$45,110 annually
$21.69 per hour
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Industrial Maintenance Technology

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Industrial Maintenance Technology       3

The skills you learn in this program will provide a technical foundation for industrial maintenance technicians, electrical maintenance technicians, or mechanical maintenance technicians. The curriculum includes AC/DC solid state drives; industrial electricity; motor control wiring and troubleshooting; programmable logic controllers; fluid power; mechanical maintenance; process control systems; and single and three-phase motor systems.


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Industrial Hydraulics

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Industrial Hydraulics       3

This course introduces the students to the theory and principles behind the use of fluid pressure to generate mechanical work. Lessons cover the components of the typical hydraulic system and their functions, including filters and strainers, reservoirs and accumulators, pumps, piping, tubing and hoses, control valves, relief valves and actuating devices, as well as types of hydraulic fluids and their characteristics. Textbook and other educational material provided. Classes are a combination of lecture and hands on application.


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Industrial Pneumatics

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Industrial Pneumatics       3

This course introduces students to theory and principals underlying the use of compressed gas to generate mechanical work. Lessons cover the concepts of force and energy, operating principles of reciprocating motion and positive displacement, equipment such as dynamic air compressors, valves, logic devices, cylinders, and air motors, as well as primary and secondary air treatment. Textbook and other educational material provided. Classes are a combination of lecture and hands on application.


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Business & Industry Information Sessions

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Business & Industry Information Sessions       3

Information sessions for industry full time programs and part time business and industry classes. Learn about the different programs we offer such as Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Industrial Maintenance Technology, HVAC/R, welding and more. During this session, you will be given information about the programs and taken on a tour of Butler Techs labs.


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Machine Trades - Advanced

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Machine Trades - Advanced       3

Students will learn the advanced concepts of machining and be able to further their knowledge in lathe, milling machines, surface grinding and much more. Extended time will allow each student the opportunity to learn in-depth material. The text book for this class is used in the Machine Trades Basics class.


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Machine Trades - Basic

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Machine Trades - Basic       3

Learn the introductory concepts of machine trades including the how and why of numerous machining operations, as well machine shop safety, set-ups and process procedures. Learn to use hand tools, precision measuring tools and other equipment. For anyone interested in starting or furthering a career in machine trades.


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Machine Trades - Intermediate

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Machine Trades - Intermediate       3

Learn the intermediate concepts of machining and continue to increase your knowledge in lathe, milling machines, surface grinding and much more. Extended time will allow you the opportunity to learn in-depth material. This course uses the same text book as the Machine Trades Basic class.


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Manufacturing Production Technician - MSSC

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Manufacturing Production Technician - MSSC       3

The Manufacturing Skill Standards Councils Certified Production Training Program (CPT) is an industry-led training, assessment, and certification system focused on the core skills and knowledge needed by front-line production workers. This ANSI/ISO accredited program is being offered through Butler Tech in our state-of-the-art facility. The nationwide MSSC System, based on industry defined and federally endorsed standards, offers both entry-level and incumbent workers the opportunity to demonstrate that they have acquired the skills needed in the technology intensive jobs of the 21st century. MSSC will award full CPT certification to students who pass the following modules: Safety, Quality Practices & Measurement, Manufacturing Processes & Production, and Maintenance Awareness. Students are trained to contribute in high performance manufacturing as Machine Operators, Advanced Production Technicians, Production Associates, Process Improvement Technicians, Inspectors, Lab Technicians, Safety Coordinators and Material Associates. Candidates who apply for program admission may qualify to receive FREE tuition and fees.


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PLC Basic

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PLC Basic       3

Programmable Logic Controllers or PLCs are microprocessors that replace timers, counters and even computers in automated manufacturing. More and more Ohios major manufacturers are using Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), and employees with PLC knowledge and experience are in high demand. The PLC basic class gives theoretical background and hands-on practice on PLCs used by all major manufacturers, including the ControlLogix PLC.


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Welding - Introduction

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Welding - Introduction       3

This course provides an introduction to the concepts of basic welding where students can obtain introductory knowledge in three basic welding processes: Shielded Metal Arc (SMAW), Metal Inert Gas (MIG) or Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG). This class is intended for the hobbyist or those looking for a fundamental understanding of welding processes and procedures. Personal protective equipment will be provided and includes: welding hood, welding jacket, welding gloves, and safety glasses. Work boots must be provided by the student and worn in class at all times.


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Industrial Welding

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Industrial Welding       3

Welding is strong, versatile and portable. For this reason, it is used to build and repair bridges, skyscrapers, ships, automobiles, spacecraft, medical equipment and thousands of other manufactured products that make modern society possible.

This full-time program will give you a solid foundation in theory and practice for a career where welding plays an important part.

Courses include flux core arc welding (FCAW), gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), oxyfuel cutting (OFC), plasma arc cutting (PAC), air carbon arc cutting (ACAC), and shop safety. Students who complete the program will gain the knowledge and skills to test for industry credentials.

You are encouraged to apply at least three weeks before the start of the program in order to complete pre-testing requirements.

Sign up today for this solid career program and be well on your way to success in the field of welding!

INDUSTRY-RECOGNIZED CREDENTIALS

National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) certifications in:

  • AWS D1/1/D1.1M (structural welding certification)
  • NCCER Core Curriculum
  • NCCER Welding Levels 1and 2
  • OSHA 10

MEDIAN PAY
Annual: $38,150
Hourly: $18.34
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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