WINTER/SPRING 2023 ADULT EVENING PROGRAMS

Improve Your Career!      Change Your Future!

  Course                                                          Evenings                       Dates             Hours        Tuition         Bk/Mtl

RESIDENT / NON RESIDENT*

COURSES AVAILABLE

Course descriptions below Schedule

 

 

$285

$290

   mat included

              TBD

 

$700

$210

TBD

             TBD

  Welding I / II / III

  Basic Electrical Wiring

  Uniquely Abled Academy

  Basic Precision Machining

  GD&T (Dimension/Tolerance)

Tue & Thur (6-9)

Tue & Thur (5-8)

Mon-Thur (3:30-9)

Tue & Thur (5-8)

Tue & Thur (5-8)

Mar 7 - Mar 30

Feb 21 - Mar 30

Sept - January

Feb 21 - Apr 18

Feb 21 - Mar 2

24

36

405

48

12

  $245 /

  $270 /

Accepting Apps for Fall '23

  $640 /

  $170 /

JOB RELATED CERTIFICATIONS

  ServSafe® Food Safety

  PA State Vehicle Inspection



  CDL Training                                  Offered through CNB Wagner Enterprise - call (814) 755-3100

Dates and cost TBD by instructor, call (814) 724-6024 ext 202 for a referral

Dates TBD by instructor, call (814) 724-6024                  $230 / $270
 

(possible funding available - Call Career Link (814) 678-5050)

 

$40 for additional categories

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

We offer over 300 instructor - facilitated online courses @ $100 in these areas...

Creating Web Pages

Web Graphics

Computer Applications

PC Troubleshooting

Medical Terminology

Start Your Own Business

Sales & Marketing

Accounting

Courses for Teachers

QuickBooks

Grant Writing

**Northern Pennsylvania Regional College Site (NPRC-Brochures available in the school office)**

 

WINTER/SPRING 2023 ADULT EVENING PROGRAMS*

Rolling Registration: Secure your seat in class by printing off the online application, filling it out, sending it in, or dropping it off in the main office at Crawford Tech with your check or money order.

 

REGISTRATION: Sign-up @Crawford Tech:

 

February 2 (Thur) and February 7 (Tues)  2023, 1:00 - 7:00 p.m.

 

Or call 814-724-6024, extension 210 or 202 to schedule an appointment or for information.

 

Unless otherwise noted, all classes run from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.

 

All courses are contingent upon a minimum enrollment of six (6) participants.

 

 

*Resident Tuition is based on if the student lives in the Crawford Central, Conneaut, or PENNCREST School Districts.   If the student lives outside these school districts they are charged the non-resident tuition.

ADULT EDUCATION FALL COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Welding I / II / III (through Crawford Tech) 24 Hours

Welding I / II / III students will be introduced, and continue on where they left off in previous experiences, to the basics of welding.  Students will be required to listen to the safety procedures that must be followed when beginning to weld, and also the basic theory of how a welder works.  Students will be introduced to welding using stick, MIG and TIG welding techniques.  Students will have an understanding of how to set up a stick, MIG and TIG welder, how the speed and heat controls work to their own specifications to produce an accurate weld.  Students are to provide their own protective attire:  long-sleeve shirt, long pants (jeans), welding gloves, basic welding helmet, safety glasses and work shoes/boots.  Limited items are available to use if there is a financial hardship, but are on a first come first serve basis.

 

Basic Electrical Wiring/Circuitry

Students will gain a basic understanding of residential wiring.  Goals of the course are to instruct and guide students through wiring circuitry in their home from the main panel to outlets and switches.  One, Two and Three way switches will be taught as well as how to wire receptacles.  Students will gain knowledge on types of wire and when to use certain gauge wire for application purposes.

 

Dimensioning/Tolerance (GD & T) 12 Hours

In this class students will experience more detailed blueprints and get a better understanding of what Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing is all about; how it is used, when it is used, and why it is different.  In the classroom we will take a look at the symbols, applications and interpretations of GD&T and how it relates to today's industry and prints.  Students will be encouraged to bring in shop prints to use as examples during class if they have access to them.

 

Basic Precision Machining - 48 Hours

The Intro (Basic) Machining course covers how the machines work, such as round work - lathe, holes drilled - mill, shapes machined - mill/surface grinder, the very basics.  The course covers/reviews basic blueprint reading, enough to make a part, basic operation and set-up of the manual lathes, manual mills and manual surface grinders.  Milling and grinding a part flat, square and parallel, turning, facing and drilling.  Students will also assemble the parts they make during the course.  Blueprint reading and theory will be covered/reviewed every class to promote hands-on machine time.  Based on the level of ability in the class, the instructor may go more in depth with some students who are catching on quickly.

 

ServSafe Food Safety

ServSafe is a food and beverage safety training and certificate program administered by the National Restaurant Association. The program is accredited by ANSI and the Conference for Food Protection. Sanitation certification is required by most restaurants as a basic credential for their management staff.  Dates and times for the course are to be determined by the instructor.  For a referral to the instructor please call 814-724-6024 ext 202.  The Adult Education coordinator will give you the information you need to contact the ServSafe instructor.

 

PA State Vehicle Inspection Class

Pennsylvania requires vehicle safety inspections to ensure that vehicles are maintained for safe operation.  Yearly Safety Inspections can prevent vehicle failure on the highways and crashes that may result in injuries or death.  Vehicle safety inspections are performed at official PennDOT Inspection Stations (usually a repair garage or a service station with a repair shop).  If you are interested in obtaining your vehicle state inspection license, please call Crawford Tech at (814) 724-6024 for information.  The cost for the course is $230.00 for a resident and $270.00 for a non-resident.  Please note that each additional category test is a charge of $40.00 (see notes for resident vs non-resident fees on the schedule page).

 

CDL Training

Get in the Driver’s seat today for a better tomorrow!  Potentially earn 35K-40K as a new driver, Local, regional, and national companies hiring now!  This training is offered through CNB Wagner Enterprise.  Combination of Hybrid Online coursework and behind the wheel instruction.  CDL Classes Starting Now!  Please call (814) 755-3100 for more information or to sign up.  Tuition assistance may be available for those who qualify.  Career Link Funding maybe available, call (814) 678-5050.  Call Today!

 

Online Courses with ed2go

We also work through ed2go to offer online courses!  Want to learn online?  Go to the ed2go banner on the Crawford County Career and Technical Center website and search through the hundreds of online courses offered.  Ed2go offers well over 300 Instructor-facilitated online courses @ approximately $100.  It’s quick and simple.  All you have to do is search the classes offered, then pay directly through ed2go and start your classes!  Learn at times convenient for your hectic schedule!

 

Northern Pennsylvania Regional College Site   (NPRC-Brochures available in the school office)

The Crawford County Career and Technical Center is a host site for the NPRC.  Many individuals in our community attend distant learning college classes here at the tech center in order to further their college career.  Brochures for course offerings are available in the school office, on the NPRC website, and also through the NPRC coordinator Regina Russell at (814) 230-9010 or rrussell@rrcnpa.org.

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Crawford County Career & Technical Center

860 Thurston Rd., Meadville Pennsylvania  16335

Ph. (814) 724-6024   Fax: 814-337-0602