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Course Name Schedule Total Hours Start Date
Automotive
Pennsylvania Vehicle Safety Inspection Course November 8, 10, 15 & 17
6-9 pm
Weaver Building, Automotive Classroom
12 Enrolling now! LEARN MORE
Pennsylvania Vehicle Emissions Inspection and Maintenance Testing Call 570-702-8979 for Time and Location LEARN MORE
Drafting & Design
REVIT Architecture Bingham Building,
Drafting & Design Classroom
30 Call for dates! LEARN MORE
AutoCad Basics & Beyond Bingham Building,
Drafting & Design Classroom
30 Call for dates! LEARN MORE
Machining
Computer Numerical Controls (CNC) Training 4-10:15 p.m., Monday-Thursday; Woolworth Bldg., Precision Machining Classroom 510 Enrolling now! LEARN MORE
Maintenance and Repair
Maintenance and Repair Technician Certificate Monday through Thursday 250 Enrolling now for Fall 2016! LEARN MORE
Safety
OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Safety and Health Training 6:30-10:15 p.m. 10 Enrolling now! LEARN MORE
OSHA 10 Hour Construction Industry Safety and Health Training 6:30-10:15 p.m. 10 Enrolling now! LEARN MORE
Welding
Basic Cutting and Welding Evening class 5:15 p.m.-10:15 p.m., Monday-Thursday; Welding Training Center, 2001 Rosanna Ave. 225 Call for dates! LEARN MORE
Professional Welder Evening class 5:15 p.m.-10:15 p.m., Monday-Thursday
Welding Training Center, 2001 Rosanna Ave.
725 Call for dates! LEARN MORE
Customized Welding Training 6-10 p.m., Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays
Welding Training Center, 2001 Rosanna Ave.
64/segment Call for dates! LEARN MORE


Summary of Courses

AUTOMOTIVE

Course: Pennsylvania Vehicle Safety Inspection Course (12 Hours of Classroom + Tactile Test)
Schedule: 6pm -9pm; Tuesday, Thursday
Dates: November 8, 10, 15 and 17, 2016
Location: Weaver Building, Automotive Classroom
Description: Johnson College offers PA State Safety Inspection classes four times per year (February, April, September, and November). In addition to the written test at the end of the course, there is a required two hour tactile test (included in the registration costs), which will be scheduled with the instructor.
Cost: $175.00 Category 1, Upgrades $40.00 each.
Required Materials: MV-409 Form, payment form, valid driver’s license

Course: Pennsylvania Vehicle Emissions Inspection and Maintenance Testing
Dates: Call for date(s) & time(s) (570) 702-8979
Location: Call for testing time and location
Description: Johnson College is approved by PennDOT to proctor the PA Vehicle Emissions Inspection and Maintenance Program tests. Call to schedule your appointment.

DRAFTING & DESIGN

Course: Introduction to REVIT Architecture
Hours: 30 Hours
Schedule: Wednesday Evenings 5:30-9:15 p.m.
Dates: Call for dates!
Location: Bingham Building, Drafting & Design Classroom
Description: Revit is a Building Information Modeling computer program. B.I.M. as it is also known, is using the computer to produce a unified building model, so complete that it can generate all necessary drawing documentation needed for building construction. Topics covered will include Program Interface, Project Modeling, Annotation/Dimensions, Working with Roofs, Working with Elevations, Stair Types, Toposurfacing, and Sheet Setups.
Tuition: $350.00 per person; Johnson College Alumni $325.00
Required Materials: None

Course: AutoCad Basics and Beyond
Hours: 30 Hours
Schedule: Wednesday Evenings 5:30-9:15 p.m.
Dates: Call for dates!
Location: Bingham Building, Drafting & Design Classroom
Description: AutoCad Basics and Beyond is a 30 hour course designed to teach students how to use the AutoCad Program to create computer technical drawings. Students can learn program basics to complicated concepts in computer drafting. Students will also work on and create projects.
Tuition: $400.00 per person; Johnson College Alumni $375.00
Required Materials: None

Course: AutoCad Essentials and REVIT Basics
Hours: 30 Hours
Description: This course is an introductory into AutoCad Basics and Revit Basics. The first half of the course (15 hours) will give students an introduction into the basic commands and features of the AutoCad program. The second half of the course (15 hours) will give students an introduction into the Revit, Building Information Modeling program. Students will work with basic program features and produce project assignments based on that knowledge.

MACHINING

Course: Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Training
Hours: 510 Hours
Schedule: 4pm – 10:15pm; Monday – Thursday
Dates: Call for dates!
Location: Woolworth Bldg; Precision Machining Classroom
Description: This 510-hour non-credit certificate training is designed for individuals looking to enter the high demand machining field. The program covers the theory and hands-on training of conventional and CNC lathes, conventional, and CNC milling. In addition to blueprint reading and the OSHA 10-hour Safety Training, this CNC Certificate training will include 40 hours of Applied Mathematics & 10 hours of Strength of Materials.
Tuition: $6,250.00
Required Materials: Pants and steel toed boots are required while in the workshop.

MAINTENANCE and REPAIR

Course: Maintenance and Repair Technician Certificate
Hours: 250 Hours
Schedule: Monday – Thursday
Dates: Enrolling now for Fall 2016!
Description: The maintenance and repair technician certificate will provide participants with basic knowledge and skill training to perform maintenance and repair on machines, mechanical equipment or buildings. After course completion, an individual will have the basic skills needed to secure entry level employment as a maintenance and repair technician.
Tuition: $5,000.00
Required Materials: Steel-toed work boots.

SAFETY

Course: OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Safety and Health Training
Hours: 10 Hours
Schedule: 6-9:45 p.m.
Dates: Enrolling now for Fall 2016!
Location: Diesel Truck Repair Center; Diesel Classroom
Description: This 10-hour training provides an understanding of general industry workplace safety and health issues as they relate to OSHA standards, policies and procedures. This training is designed for managers, supervisors and employees. Upon successful completion of the training, attendees will receive an official OSHA General Industry Outreach Course Completion Card as well as a Johnson College certificate of completion.
Tuition: $200.00 (Alumni $175.00, Johnson College Students $100.00)
Required Materials: None

Course: OSHA 10 Hour Construction Industry Safety and Health Training
Hours: 10 Hours
Schedule: 6-9:45 p.m.
Dates: Enrolling now for Fall 2016!
Location: Woolworth Building; Carpentry Classroom
Description: This 10-hour training provides an understanding of the construction industry workplace safety and health issues as they relate to OSHA standards, policies and procedures. This training is designed for managers, supervisors and employees. Upon successful completion of the training, attendees will receive an official OSHA Construction Industry Outreach Course Completion Card as well as a Johnson College certificate of completion.
Tuition: $200.00 (Alumni $175.00, Johnson College Students $100.00)
Required Materials: None

WELDING

Course: Basic Cutting and Welding
Hours: 225 Hours
Schedule: 5:15pm – 10:15pm; Monday – Thursday
Dates: Call for dates!
Evening class 5:15 p.m.-10:15 p.m., Monday-Thursday; Welding Training Center, 2001 Rosanna Ave.
Location: Welding Training Center; 2001 Rosanna Ave, Scranton, PA
Description: The basic welding course will focus on Shielded Metal Arc Welding “Stick” with 7018 and 6010 electrodes. Students will perform welds in all positions and various joint configurations on carbon steel plate. Students will learn basic welding theory, proper electrode selection, machine set up and proper welding and cutting safety. The course will also include an introduction to Gas Metal Arc Welding “MIG”, Flux Cored Arc Welding (Gas Shielded), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding “TIG” and open root joints with 6010 electrodes.
Tuition: $5,000
Required Materials: Personal Protective Equipment – All students must supply their own gloves, goggles, safety glasses, helmet, welding jacket, steel-toed boots, chipping hammer and wire brush.

Course: Professional Welder
Hours: 725 Hours
Schedule: 5:15pm-10:15pm; Monday – Thursday
Dates: Call for dates!
Evening class 5:15 p.m.-10:15 p.m., Monday-Thursday; Welding Training Center, 2001 Rosanna Ave.
Location: Welding Training Center; 2001 Rosanna Ave, Scranton, PA
Description: The professional welder course will focus on Shielded Metal Arc Welding “Stick” with 7018 and 6010 electrodes in all positions and various joint configurations on carbon steel plate and pipe. Students will also learn Gas Metal Arc Welding “MIG” and Flux Cored Arc Welding (gas shielded) on carbon steel plate as well as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding “TIG” on steel and aluminum on plate and pipe. Students will learn basic welding theory, proper electrode, wire and gas selection, machine set up and welding/cutting safety.
Tuition: Please call for tuition information.
Required Materials: Personal Protective Equipment – All students must supply their own gloves, goggles, safety glasses, helmet, welding jacket, steel-toed boots, chipping hammer and wire brush.

Course: Customized Welding Training
Hours: 64 Hours per segment
Schedule: Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays 6pm-10pm
Dates: Call for dates!
Location: Welding Training Center, 2001 Rosanna Ave, Scranton, PA
Description: Segment 1: Shielded Metal Arc Welding: The basic welding course will teach students to make quality welds in the flat and horizontal position using E-6010 and E-7018 electrodes. The student will learn proper welding safety, electrode selection, theory and machine set up. The student will gain the skills to make single and multiple pass welds on carbon steel.
Description: Segment 2: Gas Metal and Flux Core Arc Welding: The basic welding course will teach students to make quality welds in the flat and horizontal position using the GMAW (MIG) and FCAW welding process. The student will learn proper welding safety, wire and shielding gas selection, theory and machine set up. The student will gain the skills to make single and multiple pass welds on carbon steel.
Description: Segment 3: Gas Tungsten Arc Welding: The basic welding course will teach students to make quality welds in the flat and horizontal position using the GTAW (TIG) welding process. The student will learn proper welding safety, wire and shielding gas selection, theory and machine set up. The student will gain the skills to make quality welds on carbon steel and stainless steel.
Required Materials: Personal Protective Equipment -All students must supply their own gloves, goggles, safety glasses, helmet, welding jacket, steel-toed boots, chipping hammer and wire brush.


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