NONCREDIT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
Building Operation-Maintenance and Repair
Business Machine Technology
Introduction to Industrial Construction
Students receive hands-on training with actual tools and machinery used in mechanical and construction occupations. The course focuses on practical, real-world concepts that would be invaluable in preparing for employment. This hands-on training covers how modern framing, electricity, plumbing and finishing systems are designed, installed and maintained.
This course covers the principles and practices of furniture making and woodworking for entry level employment. It includes the use of techniques for safely working with woodworking hand tools and power machines. Also demonstrated are woodworking practices for designing, joinery, squaring, cutting, sanding, veneering, bending and jigging, as well as the basic practices for operating a small woodworking shop.
Please call 415.550.4409 for questions or to register for our Construction Training Program.
BUILDING MAINTENANCE (CUSTODIAL TRAINING)
This training for entry level employment as a Custodian includes safety, use of tools, equipment, chemicals, materials, supplies, disinfectants, dusting, sweeping, mopping, automatic scrubbers, buffers, extractors, vacuums, sweepers, handling of chemicals and liquids, ladders, scaffolds, waxing, shampooing, removing stains and other cleaning activities.
Please call 415.550.4409 for questions or to register for our Custodial Training Program.
Department Chair of Auto/Moto/Construction & Building Maintenance
415.550.4409 (Rudy Carlos)