Advanced Manufacturing Classes

Pinehurst Campus Classes

Electrical Level 2

Instructor: Bobby McCollum
106 Palmer Center
$185 (plus text)
CEU: 16.5

This course builds upon the concepts and skills acquired in the NCCER Electrical Level I course.
Students learn about AC and DC motors, including the main components, circuits and connections.
Basic principles of human vision and the characteristics of light and on the handling and installation of various types of lamps and lighting fixtures is taught.
All types of bends in all sizes of conduit up to 6 inches and on mechanical, hydraulic and electrical benders is covered.
Successful completion qualifies students to receive the NCCER Electrician Level II Certification and inclusion on the NCCER National Registry for Electricians

Prerequisite: Successfully completed NCCER Electrical Level I

Course Code: 1436            Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sept. 8-Apr. 13             6-9 pm

Electrical Level 3

Instructor: Bobby McCollum
106 Palmer Center
$185 (plus text)
CEU: 16.5

This course builds upon the concepts and skills acquired in the NCCER Electrical Levels I & II courses.
Load Calculations – Branch and Feeder Circuits
Conductor Selection and Calculations
Practical Applications of Lighting
Successful completion qualifies students to receive the NCCER Electrician Level III Certification and inclusion on the NCCER National Registry for Electricians.

Prerequisite: Successfully completed NCCER Electrical Levels I and II.

Course Code: 1437            Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sept. 8-Apr. 13             6-9 pm

Welding Level 2

Instructor: Brett Dysart
107 Palmer Center
$285 (plus text and supplies)
CEU: 22.2

Welding Level 2 follows the National Center for Construction and Research (NCCER) curriculum and builds upon content learned in Welding Level 1.
Students learn the physical characteristics and mechanical properties of metals.
Pre and post heating of metals, gas metal and flux cored arc welding is taught.
Welding safety and symbols, and interpreting detailed welding drawings is taught.
Upon successful completion of written and performance assessments and required training hours, students will be awarded a certificate of completion from NCCER.

Prerequisites:  NCCER Welding Level I

Course Code: 2431               Monday and Wednesday, Aug. 24-Jun. 14             6-9 pm

CNC Machining I

Instructor: Shane McNeill
202 Palmer Center
$185, $75 materials (plus text)
CEU: 14.4

The CNC Machining class provides the training and skills needed to operate state-of-the-art industry equipment for creating and precision parts.
Designed to teach students to read and interpret blueprints and understand machinability and chip formation.
Students learn to calculate speeds, feeds and depth of cut for various machine operations.
They will learn how use carbides and other tool materials and how to assemble work-holding components and perform basic semi-precision and precision layouts.
After successful completion of this course, students will have a basic knowledge of Numerical Control and Computerized Numerical Control (NC) and (CNC) machine tools.

Prerequisites: Basic Machining Experience Preferred

Course Code: 1435          Mondays and Wednesdays, Aug. 24-Mar. 10                6-9 pm

Hoke center Class

Basic Programmable Logics Control

Instructor: Steve Fisk
108 Johnson Hall
$185, $50 materials
CEU: 9.6

In industry, computers are vital to the manufacturing process in assembly lines and robotics. Learn the basics of PLC operations.
Learn how to create a PLC program and design complex logic operations.
Learn storage function applications and how to implement program flow control.
Analog processing and how to solve complex text assignments is taught.
This is the second of three classes in the SCC Automated Technology Certificate program.

Course Code: 1438                Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sept. 1-Feb. 4                 6-9 pm

For a complete list of Advanced Manufacturing Offerings to include Electrical, Welding, Machining and more, click here.