Master Plumber Mike Kee demonstrates how plumbing works in a home, discusses preventative maintenance, and shows you how to tackle common problems and make simple repairs. He will reveal how to install or fix faucets, repair a toilet, clear drain clogs, sweat a pipe, determine what type of piping and fittings to use for specific projects, and when to call a professional. The class will also cover student questions and topics.
This course is for beginner students. Included is basic machine shop safety, determining speeds and feeds, proper use of dial calipers and micrometers, theory, and basic set up and operations of a milling machine and lathe. Upon course completion, students may enroll in Machining, Part II offered in the Winter/Spring semester. Bring safety glasses and wear reinforced-toe shoes to class. Please be sure to complete the 3-part form at this link before the first class.
In the spring, companies send spring bulb catalogs so you can order what you see in people’s gardens. Bulbs are shipped and planted in the fall. Which bulbs should you grow? How many and where? How do you have a long bloom time? What do you need to do to make the soil right? What kind of care do bulbs need after they finish blooming? This is a short class giving you the basics.
The official course material approved by Intuit & Microsoft is used in this live, instructor-led certification course using Windows 10 Desktop. Widely used in office settings, knowledge of Excel 2019 will enhance employment possibilities. New users will learn the basic setup and use of spreadsheets and Excel users may use it to refresh their skills. Included are editing and formatting of cells, basic use of formulas, as well as other tools. This course provides the MOS certification pathway (no expiration) for interested students, and students may elect to take the official exam when ready. Call the Adult Ed office for separate purchase details of the required eBook which accompanies this course. Also, please complete the 3-part form at this link.