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  • Search for APR105APR105 22 credits

    Apprenticeship Credit for Prior Learning

    Credit awarded for documented work-based learning for registered apprentices and journey persons.

  • Search for APR105APR105 22 credits

    Apprenticeship Credit for Prior Learning

    Credit awarded for documented work-based learning for registered apprentices and journey persons.

  • Search for APR107APR107 18 credits

    Apprenticeship: HVAC

    Represents six required courses offered in six terms during the first two years of the HVAC Apprenticeship program. These courses will supplement on-the-job training with technical training required for trade comprehension, application and practice. Instruction includes the physiology of heating and cooling, modern air conditioning and refrigeration installation, troubleshooting and repair, internal and external controls common to air conditioning, technical mathematics, schematics and electrical circuits. Potential students must be Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI)-registered apprentices or electricians holding a journey-level card.

  • Search for APR111APR111 24 credits

    Apprenticeship: Plumbers

    Represents six required courses offered in six terms during the first two years of the Plumber Apprenticeship program. These courses will supplement on-the-job training with technical training required for trade comprehension, application and practice. Instruction includes introduction to basic plumbing practices, vocabulary, operation of common equipment of the trade, technical mathematics, creation and interpretation of blueprints, piping and fixture installation and installation of DWV systems. Potential students must be Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI)-registered apprentices or plumbers holding a journey-level card.

  • Search for APR116APR116 18 credits

    Apprenticeship: Millwright

    Represents six required courses offered in six terms during the first two years of the Millwright Apprenticeship program. These courses will supplement on-the-job training with technical training required for trade comprehension, application and practice. Instruction will include technical mathematics, principles of basic electricity and power transmission, carpentry skills, operation and maintenance of boilers, and cutting and welding techniques used in fabrication. Potential students must be Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI)-registered apprentices or millwrights holding a journey-level card.

  • Search for APR118APR118 18 credits

    Apprenticeship: Sheet Metal

    Represents six required courses offered in six terms during the first two years of the Sheet Metal Apprenticeship program. These courses will supplement on-the-job training with technical training required for trade comprehension, application and practice. Topics within the courses include safety practices, technical mathematics, drafting for lay out and installation and basic fabrication techniques. Potential students must be Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI)-registered apprentices or sheet metal workers holding a journey-level card.

  • Search for APR120APR120 24 credits

    Apprenticeship: Boiler Plant Operator

    Represents six required courses offered over six terms during the two years of the Boiler Plant Operator Apprenticeship program. These courses will supplement on-the-job training with technical training required for trade comprehension, application and practice. Instruction includes theory and practice of boiler operation, mechanics of steam-generated power, characteristics of a variety of boiler designs, steam turbine operation, instrumentation and control devices, and installation/maintenance of a heating boiler. Potential students must be Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI)-registered apprentices or boiler operators holding a journey-level card.

  • Search for APR127APR127 22-24 credits

    Apprenticeship: Electrical

    Represents seven courses offered over six terms during the first two years of the Electrical Apprenticeship program. Courses in this series will supplement on-the-job training with technical training required for trade comprehension, application and practice. Instruction includes electrical theory and circuits, applied mathematics and the principles of power distribution. Advanced topics include operation of single- and three-phase transformers, motors and alternators, DC motors and generators; calculations and tables required in sizing conductors, branch circuits, breakers, junction boxes, motors, generators and transformers. Potential students must be Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI)-registered apprentices or electricians holding a journey-level card.

  • Search for APR129APR129 21 credits

    Apprenticeship: Airframe and Power Plant Mechanics

    Represents four courses offered over four terms during the 30-month Airframe and Power Plant Mechanic Apprenticeship program. Supplements on-the-job training with technical training required for trade comprehension, application and practice. Instruction includes an overview of aviation, applied electronics, and aircraft systems. Potential students must be Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI)-registered apprentices or airframe and power plant mechanics holding a journey-level card.

  • Search for APR207APR207 18 credits

    Apprenticeship: HVAC

    Represents six required courses offered over six terms during years three and four of the HVAC Apprenticeship program. These courses will supplement on-the-job training with technical training required for trade comprehension, application and practice. Instruction includes techniques to determine heating and cooling systems based on heat-loss calculations, servicing refrigeration systems, making service estimates, characteristics and installation requirements of a variety of air conditioning systems, advanced control systems, building codes and preparation to successfully complete the HVAC-JATC Journeyman’s license test. Potential students must be Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI)-registered apprentices or electricians holding a journey-level card.

  • Search for APR211APR211 24 credits

    Apprenticeship: Plumbers

    Represents six required courses offered in six terms during years three and four of the Plumber Apprenticeship program. These courses will supplement on-the-job training with technical training required for trade comprehension, application and practice. Instruction includes water supply systems, plumbing DWV systems, backflow prevention techniques, review of the Oregon Plumbing Code and preparation for successful passage of the Oregon plumbing license test. Potential students must be Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI)-registered apprentices or plumbers holding a journey-level card.

  • Search for APR216APR216 16 credits

    Apprenticeship: Millwright

    Represents six required courses offered in six terms during years three and four of the Millwright Apprenticeship Program. These courses will supplement on-the-job training with technical training required for trade comprehension, application and practice. Instruction will include the theory and practice of metal removal, operation of lathes, mills and grinders, drafting, rigging systems and practices and theory and application of hydraulics and pneumatics. Potential students must be Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) registered apprentices or millwrights holding a journey-level card.

  • Search for APR218APR218 18 credits

    Apprenticeship: Sheet Metal

    Represents six required courses offered in six terms during years three and four of the Sheet Metal Apprenticeship program. These courses will supplement on-the-job training with technical training required for trade comprehension, application and practice. Topics covered are advanced techniques in mathematical calculations, duct design, field installation, layout, blueprint interpretation, fabrication of specialty items and basic welding required in sheet metal fabrication. Potential students must be Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI)-registered apprentices or sheet metal workers holding a journey-level card.

  • Search for APR227APR227 24 credits

    Apprenticeship: Electrical

    Represents six courses offered over six terms during year three and four of the Electrical Apprenticeship program. Required courses are based on the apprentice’s field of study. Courses in this series will supplement on-the-job training with technical training required for trade comprehension, application and practice. Courses familiarize the apprentice with the current National Electrical Code (NEC) and include NEC layout, calculations, trade safety, fill, voltage drops, feeders, branch circuits, and grounding. The final three courses include advanced applications and review in preparation for passage of the Oregon Electrical License Examination. Potential students must be Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI)-registered apprentices or electricians holding a journey-level card.

  • Search for APR229APR229 16 credits

    Apprenticeship: Airframe and Power Plant Mechanics

    Represents three courses offered in the last three terms of the 30-month Airframe and Power Plant Mechanic Apprenticeship program. These courses will supplement on-the-job training with technical training required for trade comprehension, application and practice. Instruction includes trouble-shooting of power plant systems and flight controls, structural inspections and repair and principles of avionics. Potential students must be Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI)-registered apprentices or airframe and power plant mechanics holding a journey-level card.