Students learn the fundamentals of electricity alternating current; terminology; basic home electrical systems; circuit basics; service panel; circuit breakers and fuses; grounding; National Electrical CodeŽ; cables and wires; and safety.
The CablingTech Cable Installation Training System gives students extensive training in a realistic work environment. Theory and hands-on experience are provided in three areas to fully prepare students to succeed in cable-installation jobs.
Upholstery I, II and Advancd Upholstery
The Upholstery Course provides instruction in the identification and stripping of furniture as well as the installation and application of springs, webbing, padding and other materials. Such areas as fabric identification, wood furniture framing and related mechanical drawing are included.
The goal of the Upholstery Course is to provide the students with entry level skills as a furniture upholsterer.
From each class, a student who demonstrates exceptional aptitude for upholstery, has demonstrated leadership, and is reliable is selected to continue for an additional 5 weeks of Upholstery. These students are expected to assist with teaching the basic skill sets, provide skills modeling, and learn more advanced upholstery skills.
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INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS/ADVANCED ROBOTICS
LEGOŽ robotics uses LEGOŽs as a fun tool to explore robotics, mechanical systems, electronics, and programming. This seminar is primarily a lab experience which provides students with resources to design, build, and program functional robots constructed from LEGOŽs and a few other parts such as motors and sensors.
To introduce students to world of robotics where students have fun building robots and learning about real-life applications of robotics, including the underlying engineering and logic concepts. They also create practical robots that can tackle authentic scenarios and problems, whether for common household chores or industry-applications.
Available at PACC, youth are taught general culinary arts skills while enrolled in the program. Participants are taught basic cooking, baking and kitchen maintenance skills while under close supervision of PACC staff. Youth who complete the program, will have the general skills that will allow them to seek employment in the community in the food service industry, as well as the skills necessary to live on their own.