Why Attend Transition to Trades?

 

Learn Quickly

 

• Short Program: 4 weeks, five days a week

 

Convenient & Easy

 

• Complete your training and “ride-alongs” while you’re still in the military

 

• Transportation Provided Daily to & from Fort Campbell

 

• We specialize in hands-on training! More than half of your class time will be skills training and “ride-alongs” with professional contractors

 

• HVAC certification qualifies you for work nationwide (EPA certification)/span>

 

Affordable

 

• No out-of-pocket costs

 

Solid Career Future

 

• Solid career future – There is high demand for professional technicians!

 

• State-of-the-art training with the latest equipment, tools & technology!

 

• An opportunity to work with the top 2% of the nation’s contractors

 

• Employment opportunities await you upon graduation, and guaranteed interviews will be set up for you!

Available Courses:

 

Analysis I HVAC Technician Training is a five or ten day, fifty hour course designed to give the student a blend of applied theory and hands-on experience, with approximately 20% of time spent in the classroom and 80% of time spent in the lab. Total Tech offers the student the best of both worlds within one training session. Each day, the students will not only be taught applied theory in the classroom but also experience the theory in the lab. Each session will end with a lab exercise that “makes sense” of the theory. This ten day course will have nine applied theory sessions and nine lab sessions. The course will end with a written and lab test. A Certificate of Attendance will be awarded to the students with an overall score of less than 70%. A Certificate of Achievement will be awarded to the students with an overall score of 70% or greater.

 

 

Analysis II Technician Training is a comprehensive five or ten day, fifty hour course designed to give the air conditioning service technician a blend of applied theory and hands-on experience, with approximately 20% of time spent in the classroom and 80% of time spent in the lab. Total Tech offers the technician the best of both worlds within one training session. Each day, the technicians will not only be taught applied theory in the classroom, but also experience the theory in the lab. Each session will end with a lab exercise that “makes sense” of the theory. This ten day course will have nine applied theory sessions and nine lab sessions. The technician will finish the course by taking a written and a lab test. A minimum overall total score of 50% will qualify the technician for TT Level 1. If the overall score is higher than 62%, the technician will be placed in the appropriate corresponding TT level from 2-5, based on performance.

 

 

Plumbing Fundamentals is a 100-hour course designed to educate students on the importance of plumbing as a critical health and safety concerns for society and on the opportunity, demand, and potential in the modern plumbing industry. An introduction to the tools, materials, and terminology used in plumbing today combined with classroom demonstrations and hands-on practice in our plumbing laboratory will prepare a student to begin a career in the plumbing industry. Twelve cumulative modules will be covered with approximately 20 hours of classroom instruction and demonstration and 80 hours of hands-on practice in the laboratory. The course will end with a written and a lab test. A Certificate of Attendance will be awarded to the students with an overall score of less than 70%. A Certificate of Achievement will be awarded to students with an overall score of 70% or greater.

 

 

The Electrical Fundamentals course provides an introduction to electrical theory and residential applications. Its purpose is to provide the student with a firm foundation in electrical theory and application through classroom instruction and laboratory exercises. The course begins with safety procedures in the workplace, electrical basics, and tools of the trade. Next the students will begin wiring residential modules in the laboratory. As the theory progresses in the classroom, the students wlil apply the theory in the lab. Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to install residential electrical systems and successfully diagnose those systems. Students will gain approximately 20 hours of classroom instruction and demonstration and 80 hours of hands-on practice in the laboratory. The course will end with a written and a lab test. A Certificate of Attendance will be awarded to the students with an overall score of less than 70%. A Certificate of Achievement will be awarded to the students with an overall score of over 70%. 

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