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Manufacturing/Technical Training

Offshore Wind: Energy, Climate and Jobs (WET085-62)

Free

with Chris Powicki

Calendar Sep 29, 2021 at 6 pm

Date: Wednesday, 9/29/2021, 1 session
Time: 6-9pm
Format: In-person
Location: Hyannis Center, 540 Main Street, Hyannis

Course Description:

This in-person workshop addresses global trends, technology basics, why Cape Wind failed, how new projects will succeed, and career opportunities and other benefits. It features inside perspective on Vineyard Wind, the nation’s first large-scale offshore project. 

Questions? Contact Mary Conklin, Program Coordinator, at 508-375-5010 or email workforce@capecod.edu

Who Should Attend?

Anyone interested in learning more about the offshore wind farm industry, and what it means to Cape Cod in terms of energy, climate and jobs.

Blueprint Reading for the Trades (WPG394-62)

$199

with Frank Sesto

Calendar Oct 14, 2021 at 5 pm, runs for 4 weeks

Date: Thursdays, 10/14/21-11/4/21, 4 sessions
Time: 5-8pm
Format: In Person
Location: Hyannis Center, 540 Main Street, Hyannis

Course Description:

This course will provide an overview of the construction sequence and the design, construction, and jurisdictional professionals involved. Students will learn to identify and understand design and construction drawings and how they are created. Students will also learn about drawing scale and how to use an Architects/Engineering scale as well as the drawing standards and conventions used in construction documents.

Textbook required and to be purchased separately by students.

Who Should Attend:

If you work in manufacturing or one of the skilled trades, you could benefit from a baseline knowledge of reading blueprints. Our course will help you learn the skills you need to explore new career paths or improve your job performance in this field.

About the Instructor:

Frank Sesto is a subject matter expert in manufacturing and machining with nearly 30 years of teaching experience, including a decade at the community college level. Prior to his teaching career, Sesto worked as a tool and die maker for a variety of organizations in New England. He has been teaching manufacturing programs at 4Cs for several years. 

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