Engineering, Manufacturing and Welding Courses

PHSC’s Engineering, Manufacturing and Welding courses are designed to prepare students for exciting careers in the growing field of engineering. Students may select from a variety of individual courses to prepare for certification exams or choose a certification program that may be applied towards the associate degree. Students should meet with an Academic Advisor to determine the best pathway to success in their field of interest.

Career and job training scholarships may be available.

2022 Spring Individual Course Schedule

Engineering and Manufacturing Courses

OSHA 30 Construction Certification

Course: NCI0031-0601 (In-classroom Instruction)
Dates: Apr. 5 – May 19
Days: Tues., Thurs.
Time: 6 – 9 p.m.
Hours: 40 (Spring Hill Campus, D105)
Cost: $650

This 7-week OSHA 30-hour Construction Industry certification training course is designed to provide a safety-minded, advanced level construction worker’s general awareness on recognizing and preventing hazards on a construction site. Students will gain an advanced understanding of safety in a construction setting and will be prepared to earn their OSHA 30 Construction certification by the conclusion of the class.

AutoCAD User Certification

Course: NCI0020-0307 (Virtual)
Dates: Apr. 25 – May 20, 2022
Days: Mon., Wed., Fri.
Time: 6 – 9 p.m.
Hours: 36 (Remote Access)
Cost: $995

This 4-week course covers the basic and more advanced design skills needed to create site and building layouts and will provide a solid working knowledge of computer-aided drafting software that is used by interior designers, architects, and engineers alike.  Upon successful completion of this course students will be prepared to sit for the Autodesk AutoCAD Certified User exam to gain industry certification.

2022 Summer Individual Course Schedule

Engineering and Manufacturing Courses

Introduction to 3D Construction with OSHA 10 Certification

Course: NCI0026-0306 (in-classroom instruction)
Dates: June 6 – 27
Days: Mon., Wed., Fri.
Time: 6 – 9 p.m.
Hours: 30 (West Campus, G105)
Cost: $995

Description: This 4-week course will demonstrate and teach the use of an articulated arm 3D printer and will develop the drafting skills needed for the production of a house or wall section. 3D construction is revolutionizing the construction industry by allowing for faster, more accurate construction while lowering labor and material costs and producing less waste. Students will also be prepared to earn their OSHA 10 certification by the conclusion of the class.

Introduction to 3D Printing with Certified Manufacturing Associate (CMfgA)

Course: NCI0022-0307 (virtual)
Dates: June 7 – 30
Days: Tues., Thurs., Sat.
Time: 6 – 9 p.m.
Hours: 32 (remote access)
Cost: $995

Description: This 4-week introductory course is designed to clarify and demonstrate the most fundamental concepts of 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing. Students will learn about the technologies, materials used, and applications across a broad set of industries. Additive Manufacturing is transforming how products are designed, produced and serviced. This class offers a complete beginner's guide to 3D printing and will prepare students to sit for the Certified Manufacturing Associate (CMfgA) exam. Students will earn their own 3D printer for use throughout the course.

Certified AutoCAD User

Course: NCI0020-0308 (virtual)
Dates: July 1 – 29
Days: Mon., Wed., Fri.
Time: 6 – 9 p.m.
Hours: 36 (remote access)
Cost: $995

Description: This 4-week course covers the basic and more advanced design skills needed to create site and building layouts and will provide a solid working knowledge of computer-aided drafting software that is used by interior designers, architects, and engineers alike. Upon successful completion of this course students will be prepared to sit for the Autodesk AutoCAD Certified User exam to gain industry certification.

Certified AutoCAD Professional

Course: NCI0021-0309 (virtual)
Dates: July 5 – Aug. 13
Days: Tues., Thurs., Sat.
Time: 6 – 9 p.m.
Hours: 54 (remote access)
Cost: $1295

Description: This 6-week course is an advanced and professional level credential for Autodesk AutoCAD software users who possess an extended amount of real-world experience and extensive knowledge in AutoCAD. Autodesk also requires a minimum of 400 hours of seat-time to build the skills needed to sit for testing for this certification.

OSHA 10 Construction Certification

Course: NCI0030-0600 (in-classroom instruction)
Dates: Aug. 1 – 10
Days: Mon., Wed., Fri.
Time: 6 – 9 p.m.
Hours: 15 (Spring Hill Campus, D106)
Cost: $225

Description: This 3-week OSHA 10-hour Construction Industry certification training course is designed to provide an entry-level construction worker’s general awareness on recognizing and preventing hazards on a construction site. Students will gain an understanding of safety in a construction setting and will be prepared to earn their OSHA 10 Construction certification by the conclusion of the class.

Steps to Register
  1. Visit PHSC Career and Job Training Registration page.
  2. Select the current term in the drop-down menu.
  3. Select Continue, then select Continuing Education.
  4. Select Course Type.
  5. Select Search.
  6. Select the desired class shopping cart icon to add it to the shopping cart.
  7. Select View Cart to display the course selection, view fees, etc.
  8. Proceed to checkout, enter your student ID number for existing students or your social security number; follow the prompts to receive a student ID number.
  9. Complete the online payment.

Questions?

Direct your questions, concerns or requests for more information to the PHSC Workforce Development Office at careertraining@phsc.edu.

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