Industrial Technology (ITEC)

Courses

ITEC A101 Hazwoper 24 Hour 1.5 Credit

Designed to provide the classroom requirements for students trained at the Hazardous Waste Site worker level as described in 29 CFR 1910.120.

ITEC A103 Hazwoper 40 Hour 2 Credits

Designed to provide classroom requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120 (a) (b-o) for training a hazardous waste site worker.

ITEC A105 Properties of Hazardous Materials 3 Credits

Applies basic concepts of chemistry and physics fundamentals to the characterization and management of chemical hazards. Recognition of dangers in firefighting, storing and handling of hazardous materials is presented. Terminology used to identify hazards in Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), labeling and transportation will be developed.

ITEC A111 Millwright Level I 4 Credits

Consists of six modules and the core NCCER curriculum. Provides students with knowledge in basic safety, basic math, hand tools, power tools, blueprints and basic rigging. Provides hands-on and classroom instruction to help students master the skills required in the millwright profession.
Registration Restrictions: At least one high school math class completed at a 10th-grade level, reading and writing at 10th-grade level.

ITEC A112 Millwright Level II 4 Credits

Consists of nine modules of instruction. Provides hands-on and classroom instruction to help students master the skills required for the millwright profession. Classes will be conducted with the cooperation of industry partnership. Skilled millwrights will participate in instruction of modules and the on-the-job training and skill development.

Prerequisites: ITEC A111.

ITEC A123 Safety Laws and Standards 4 Credits

Explores the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations protecting workers from exposure to occupational hazards. Students concentrate on researching, interpreting, summarizing and applying OSHA regulations. Students are introduced to a "proactive" philosophy of company compliance with OSHA regulations, with an emphasis on using eight specific approaches to providing a safe and healthful working environment. Helps students develop and implement a hazard communication program for employees. Learning activities will include interviewing safety professionals, analyzing case studies, writing reports, researching and interpreting OSHA standards in the Code of Federal Regulations, conducting a chemical inventory, interpreting material safety data sheets, and developing a written hazard communication program.

ITEC A125 Confined Space Awareness 0.5 Credits

Designed to give students the training that is required in the federal Confined Space Entry Regulations, 29 CFR 1910.146, for supervisors, attendants and entrants.

ITEC A166 Introduction to Environmental Technology 3 Credits

Designed to introduce the student to the potential hazards and governing regulations of chemicals, to safe practices in the management of hazardous materials and waste, and to essential skills, coupled with the basic knowledge that will help the student who is pursuing a role as an environmental technician or environmental health and safety professional.

ITEC A183 Sustainable Construction Practices 3 Credits

An introductory course focused on describing the concept of environmentally appropriate building design and construction. The actions of workers in the construction industry affect the environment and an understanding of these impacts will assist students in the choices they must make every day. Clarifies the student's effect on a project's carbon footprint and how to reduce it.

ITEC A211 Millwright Level III 5 Credits

Consists of 12 modules of instruction. Provides hands-on and classroom instruction to help students master the skills required for the millwright profession. Classes will be conducted with the cooperation of industry partnership. Skilled millwrights will participate in instruction of modules and on-the-job training and skill development.

Prerequisites: ITEC A111 and ITEC A112.

ITEC A212 Millwright Level IV 5 Credits

Consists of 12 modules of instruction. Provides hands-on and classroom instruction to help students master the skills required for the millwright profession. Conducted with the cooperation of industry partnership. Skilled millwrights will participate in instruction of modules and on-the-job training and skill development.

ITEC A213 Millwright Level V 5 Credits

Consists of nine modules of instruction. Students will perform written and manual proficiency in each module. Provides hands-on and classroom instruction to help students master the skills required for the millwright profession. Classes will be conducted with cooperation of industry partnerships. Skilled millwrights will participate in instruction of modules and on-the-job training and skill development.

ITEC A221 Safety Equipment and Operations 3 Credits

Covers the operation, testing and maintenance of safety equipment, and the implementation of safe operating procedures in a variety of workplace situations.

ITEC A225 Contingency Plans 3 Credits

Designed to teach students the requirements for emergency contingency plans for facilities, vessels and communities. Students will review federal and state regulations and develop an emergency response plan for oil and hazardous substances discharges and releases.

ITEC A227 Process Safety Management 3 Credits

Presents an in-depth overview of the Process Safety Management (PSM) of Highly Hazardous Chemicals regulation (29CFR 1910.119). There will be an increased focus on case histories of industrial accidents and how proper implementation of PSM systems could have prevented catastrophe.
Special Note: Prior safety experience or safety classes are highly recommended, but not required.

ITEC A295 Industrial Technology Internship 6 Credits

Provides students the practical experience needed to apply the NCCER-accredited course sequence to the workplace under the direction of field supervisors.
Special Note: While the college has internship partnerships in place and will make every effort to place students with a sponsoring organization, internship opportunities are not guaranteed; it is ultimately the responsibility of the student to secure an internship.