COURSE OFFERINGS

A course that is designed for individuals to successfully pass the State of Michigan Mechanical Contractors exam.

NEC Code: A course covering the basics of the NEC Code.

NEC Code Update: A course covering the changes to the 2014 NEC Code and the Michigan Electrical Code Rules Part 8.

Journeyman and Master’s Exam Preparation Course: A course designed for an individual’s looking to pass the State of Michigan Journeyman and/or Master’s Electrician’s exam.

BPI – Building Analysis Preparation Course: A course preparing candidates to successfully pass the Building Performance Institute’s Building Analysis exam.

BPI Exams: Proctoring Services for Building Performance Institute exams.

NATE Preparation Course: A course covering the necessary content to pass the North American Technical Excellence exams.

NATE Exams: Proctoring services for North America Technical Excellence exams.

HVAC Excellence Courses: Presentation of all HVAC Excellence or ESCO Institute courses.

HVAC Excellence Exams: Proctoring Services for all HVAC Excellence or ESCO Institute exams.

Section 608 Prep Course and Exam

Preparation and Testing for Section 608 of the Clean Air Act (CFC Handling) exam.

OSHA 10 – Hour

OSHA / MIOSHA 10 Hour course and exam.

OSHA 30 – Hour

OSHA / MIOSHA 10 Hour course and exam.

Electrical Safety Based on NFPA 70E

A course designed for electrical workers to enhance their knowledge about electrical safety in the workplace. The course is based on the requirements of OSHA and NFPA 70 E.

RSES Training and Testing

Training and Proctoring Services for all of the Refrigeration Service Engineer’s Society examinations.

CSD – 1 (Boiler Control and Safety Device Testing) Training and Certification

Course offered to help contractors and technicians become familiar with the requirements of the ASME Code standard CSD – 1 which is adopted as code in Michigan.

Steam and Refrigeration Operating Licensing Preparation

Customizable courses that are designed to help interested individuals in successfully passing Steam and Refrigeration Licensing Exams.

Boiler Installers License

Training to prepare candidates to successfully pass their boiler installers license exam.

First Aid / CPR

A course designed to train individuals to become first aid and CPR certified.

Course Descriptions

High Pressure Operator Refresher Course:

Have you taken a course to prepare you for a High-Pressure Boiler Operator Examination but never took the exam to get licensed? Has it been so long that you do not recall what you learn but still remember enough to not want to sit through a whole course again? Then our “High Pressure Boiler Operator Refresher or HPBO Refresher" is designed for especially for you.

During this refresher we cover the essentials to reinforce your studies and provide clarity for all of the topics you can expect to see on an exam but more importantly will encounter on the job in the plant.

Hours 1-8: Boiler History/Industry; Boiler Purpose; Types and Classifications.

Hours 9-16: Safety; auxiliaries and accessories

Hours 17-24: Boiler start-up; boiler operation; boiler shut-down and boiler inspection

Hours 25-32: Boiler testing; boiler inspection and examination

 

3rd Class Stationary Engineer Refresher Course:

Are you a Boiler Operator with years of experience that never took the next step to upgrade your professional license? Have you just completed your time in license grade and are ready for the next step up from the HPBO but do not have the time to sit through another year long course to prepare? Either way our 3rd Class Stationary Engineer Refresher Course is specifically designed for those looking to upgrade their knowledge of Stationary Engineering from a plant operator to an entry level engineer. This course goes beyond traditional operator duties and responsibilities and discusses plant operations beyond the boiler room.

 

Hours 1-8: HPBO Refresher

Hours 9-16: Water & Steam; Plant Operation; Feed Water Testing

Hours 17-24: Combustion and Draft basics; Plant Electricity; Turbine Basics

Hours 25-32: Testing and Examination

  

1st/2nd Class Stationary Engineer Refresher Course:

Did you miss out on a promotion because you do not have that higher license? Are you ready for boiler plant leadership and supervision? If so, then our 1st/2nd Class Stationary Engineer Refresher Course is designed with you in mind. This 40-hour course will prepare you for the final stage of this journey. It is intense and requires much of the participants as the 1st/2nd Class Engineer responsibilities will do so on the job in the plant.

This course takes a very non-traditional approach to its instruction delivery utilizing the time-tested Socratic Method to provide an inclusive learning environment for all participants.

 

Hours 1-8: Power Plant Operation Theory and Reliability

Hours 9-16: Water and Steam Theory and Quality

Hours 17-24: Plant Electricity, Turbines, Generators, and Power Distribution

Hours 25-32: Plant Start-Up/Shut down; lay-up and safety

Hours 33-40: License Examination Prep

 

3rd Class Refrigeration Refresher Course

Have you taken a course to prepare you for an entry level Refrigeration Operator Course but never took the exam to get licensed? Has it been so long that you do not recall what you learn but still remember enough to not want to sit through a whole course again? Then our “Third Class Refrigeration Operator Refresher" is designed for especially for you.

During this refresher we cover the essentials to reinforce your studies and provide clarity for all of the topics you can expect to see on an exam but more importantly will encounter on the job in the plant.

 

Hours 1-8: Refrigeration Theory/Industry; Refrigeration Purpose; Types and Classifications.

Hours 9-16: Safety; auxiliaries and accessories

Hours 17-24: Boiler start-up; boiler operation; boiler shut-down and boiler inspection

Hours 25-32: Boiler testing; boiler inspection and examination

 

1st Class Refrigeration Refresher Course

Did you miss out on a promotion because you do not have that higher license? Are you ready for boiler plant leadership and supervision? If so, then our 1st Class Refrigeration Operator Refresher Course is designed with you in mind. This 40-hour course will prepare you for the final stage of this journey. It is intense and requires much of the participants as the 1st Class Refrigeration Operator responsibilities will do so on the job in the plant.

This course takes a very non-traditional approach to its instruction delivery utilizing the time-tested Socratic Method to provide an inclusive learning environment for all participants.

 

Hours 1-8: 3RCO Refresher

Hours 9-16: Low Side Theory and Application

Hours 17-24: High Side Theory and Application

Hours 25-32: Plant Operation; Start-Up/Shut-Down and Inspection\

Hours 33-40: Refrigerants, Safety, Testing and Examination