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Level 1 NCCER Electrical Course

Program Requirements
  • 17+ Years of Age

  • GED or High School Diploma

  • Application Approval

  • Participation in Orientation

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Students will learn troubleshooting basics for electrical circuits, how to read blueprints, and how to repair and install electrical devices. 

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What You'll Learn
Course Length
  • 40 - Week Program

  • One 3 - Hour Class a Week

    • 2 Hour Lecture​

    • 1 - Hour Lab

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More Information about the Program

The Level I NCCER Electrical Program prepares individuals for entry-level jobs as electrical apprentice technicians. When successfully completing this course and obtaining the electrical basics needed, students will be eligible for immediate hire by construction companies (remodel and new construction) and industrial industries (troubleshooting and maintenance) within Houston and surrounding areas.

The course will emphasize more application than theoretical development and will simulate real-world scenarios in the laboratory setting. Trinity Bay Vocational Institute Inc. will also partner with local electrician providers/companies to align the class focus with industry expectations.

Upon completion of the Electrical Apprentice Technician and Lab course, students will be able to:

  1. Describe the basic materials and tools used for standard residential electrical projects and describe how they are applied as part of the construction and home-repair process

  2. Explain the importance of safe work practices and describe the safe use and application of electrical wiring and equipment

  3. Identify the components and assembly configurations of basic and advanced wiring systems used in residential and light commercial/industrial applications

  4. Outline the components and functions of brand, feeder, and service circuits and installations

  5. Identify and describe the application and installation of standard electrical fixtures and electric-powered appliances

  6. Outline the electrical installation of related building systems, such as communications, computer, and security wiring

  7. Explain the basic concepts related to industrial systems and their installation, including transformers, PLCs, motors, motor controls, and the special equipment and installation required in hazardous locations

Program Classes

ISBN 690875 -3       The Electrical Industry

ISBN 690864 -7       Safety for Electricians

ISBN 690893 -7       Introduction to Electrical Circuits

ISBN69089 -20        Electrical Theory

ISBN690888 -3        Introduction to the National Electrical Code

ISBN 690874-6        Device Boxes

ISBN 690873-9        Hand Bonding

ISBN 690887-4        Wireways, Raceways, and Fittings

ISBN 690887-4        Conductors and Cable

ISBN 690884-5        Basic Electrical Construction Documents 

ISBN 690885-2        Residential Wiring

ISBN 690866 -1       Electrical Test Equipment

Total Class Hours:

185 Clock Hours

Admission Requirements

Individuals applying to Trinity Bay Vocational Institute Inc. are required to:

 

  • Submit an online application

  • Be at least 17 years of age

    • Applicants under the age of 18 must have written permission from a parent or legal guardian to enroll

  • Present proof of the completion of secondary education

    • A high school diploma from an accredited high school or GED certificate

  • Participate in course orientation, held prior to the start of the session​

Credit for Previous Education,

Training, or Experience

As Trinity Bay Vocational Institute Inc. currently has no articulation agreements with local community colleges, transfer credit is not guaranteed for outgoing students. All prior education and training will be reviewed.

 

The goal of Trinity Bay Vocational Inc. is to equip its learners with the relevant and necessary skill set to enter trade industries for immediate hire, thus, prior work experience credit will be at the discretion of the school director and considered only on a case by case basis.

Daily Class Schedule

Trinity Bay students will attend class every Wednesday evening from 5:00 PM until 8:00 PM for 40 weeks. The class will consist of 2 hours of theory/lecture, and 1 hour of lab practice. At the discretion of the instructor, a 10-minute break will be taken during class time. Since each class session is 3 hours in length, no mealtime will be provided.

Office Hours

Office hours are 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Tuesday & Thursdays or by appointment, except holidays or weekends.

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Level 1 NCCER Plumbing Course

What You'll Learn
Program Requirements
  • 17+ Years of Age

  • GED or High School Diploma

  • Application Approval

  • Participation in Orientation

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What You'll Learn

Students will learn to identify and use of the tools of the trade, be able to utilize basic skills needed to identify a plumbing problem and identify a solution.

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Course Length
  • 40 - Week Program

  • One 3 - Hour Class a Week

    • 2 - Hour Lecture​

    • 1 - Hour Lab

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Admission Requirements

Individuals applying to Trinity Bay Vocational Institute Inc. are required to:

 

  • Submit an online application

  • Be at least 17 years of age

    • Applicants under the age of 18 must have written permission from a parent or legal guardian to enroll

  • Present proof of the completion of secondary education

    • A high school diploma from an accredited high school or GED certificate

  • Participate in course orientation, held prior to the start of the session​

Credit for Previous Education,

Training, or Experience

As Trinity Bay Vocational Institute Inc. currently has no articulation agreements with local community colleges, transfer credit is not guaranteed for outgoing students. All prior education and training will be reviewed.

 

The goal of Trinity Bay Vocational Inc. is to equip its learners with the relevant and necessary skill set to enter trade industries for immediate hire, thus, prior work experience credit will be at the discretion of the school director and considered only on a case by case basis.

Daily Class Schedule

Trinity Bay students will attend class every Wednesday evening from 5:00 PM until 8:00 PM for 40 weeks. The class will consist of 2 hours of theory/lecture, and 1 hour of lab practice. At the discretion of the instructor, a 10-minute break will be taken during class time. Since each class session is 3 hours in length, no mealtime will be provided.

Office Hours

Office hours are 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Tuesday & Thursdays or by appointment, except holidays or weekends.

Program Classes

ISBN-663866-7   Introduction to the Plumbing Profession 

ISBN- 663871-1  Plumbing Safety 

ISBN-663841-4   Tools of the Plumbing Trade 

ISBN-663853-7   Introduction to Plumbing Math

ISBN-663869-8   Introduction to Plumbing Drawings

ISBN - 663854-4 Plastic Pipe and Fittings

ISBN-663864-3   Copper Tube and Fittings 

ISBN 978-0-13-663862-9   Cast-Iron Pipe and Fittings  

ISBN-663844-5   Steel Pipe and Fittings 

ISBN-663843-8   Introduction to Plumbing Fixtures  

ISBN -663856-8  Introduction to Drain, Waste, and Vent Systems

ISBN-663861-2   Introduction to Water Distribution Systems

Total Class Hours:

155 Clock Hours

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Process Operator Course

What You'll Learn
Program Requirements
  • 17+ Years of Age

  • GED or High School Diploma

  • Application Approval

  • Participation in Orientation

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What You'll Learn

Students will learn essential knowledge of theory, systems, equipment, instrumentation, conditions and safety procedures.

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Course Length
  • 40 - Week Program

  • One 3 - Hour Class a Week

    • 2 - Hour Lecture​

    • 1 - Hour Lab

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Admission Requirements

Individuals applying to Trinity Bay Vocational Institute Inc. are required to:

 

  • Submit an online application

  • Be at least 17 years of age

    • Applicants under the age of 18 must have written permission from a parent or legal guardian to enroll

  • Present proof of the completion of secondary education

    • A high school diploma from an accredited high school or GED certificate

  • Participate in course orientation, held prior to the start of the session​

Credit for Previous Education,

Training, or Experience

As Trinity Bay Vocational Institute Inc. currently has no articulation agreements with local community colleges, transfer credit is not guaranteed for outgoing students. All prior education and training will be reviewed.

 

The goal of Trinity Bay Vocational Inc. is to equip its learners with the relevant and necessary skill set to enter trade industries for immediate hire, thus, prior work experience credit will be at the discretion of the school director and considered only on a case by case basis.

Daily Class Schedule

Trinity Bay students will attend class every Wednesday evening from 5:00 PM until 8:00 PM for 40 weeks. The class will consist of 2 hours of theory/lecture, and 1 hour of lab practice. At the discretion of the instructor, a 10-minute break will be taken during class time. Since each class session is 3 hours in length, no mealtime will be provided.

Office Hours

Office hours are 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Tuesday & Thursdays or by appointment, except holidays or weekends.

Program Classes

POS - OSHA Worksite Safety

PO11 - Introduction to Basic Chemical plant Refinery Operations

PO12 - Refining Basics

PO13 - Operations: Basic Principles

PO14 - Basic Chemical Plant Operations

PO15 - Operator Responsibilities: Plant Production and Safety

PO22 - Distillation: Towers, Reboilers, and Condensers

PO24 - Process Sampling: Testing Samples

PO26 - Industrial Math: Algebra

PO28 - Analysis of Boiler Efficiency

PO29 - Above ground Storage Tank Requirements (AST)

PO30 - Safety Management: Safety Inspections and Observation

Total Class Hours:

144 Clock Hours

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