Heavy Equipment Operator

Length of Course:

The Heavy Equipment Operator program is a one year program consisting of 1265 clock-hours. Classes meet Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. till 4:00 p.m.

** Costs are subject to change

Application Requirements

Description Hours
Electricity Semester One
   
  • Program orientation and electrical safety
 
22 hours
  • Introduction to industrial safety/electrical safety
 
22 hours
  • Electrical energy fundamentals
 
66 hours
  • Electrical fundamentals. series and parallel circuits
 
88 hours
  • Alternating and direct current and induction motors
 
202 hours
  • Total Hours
 
400 hours
Electricity Semester Two
   
  • Ohm's law, applying to voltage,current
 
88 hours
  • Installing boxes as applied to blue prints
 
88 hours
  • Planning circuits
 
88 hours
  • Wiring, types of raceways and cables
 
88 hours
  • Electrical troubleshooting/Tools And safety
 
110 hours
  • Reading blueprints/electrical symbols
 
38 hours
  • Total Hours
 
500 hours
Electricity Program Total   900 hours
Description Hours
Electricity II (Optional) Semester One
   
  • Orientation electrical safety
 
22 hours
  • Electrical safety in the workplace
 
16 hours
  • Service entrance
 
108 hours
  • Appliance wiring
 
132 hours
  • Swimming pools/water proof boxes
 
64 hours
  • Electrical remodeling
 
58 hours
  • Total Hours
 
400 hours
Electricity II (Optional) Semester Two
   
  • Circuit breakers and fuses
 
62 hours
  • Low voltage circuits
 
132 hours
  • Motor controls and circuits
 
200 hours
  • Hand bending conduit
 
48.5 hours
  • Mobile home wiring
 
57.5 hours
  • Total Hours
 
500 hours
Electricity II Program Total   900 hours

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