Cement & Concrete Finishing (429)

429-500. Concrete Technology I. (2 Credits)

Explore topics such as blueprint reading, applied math, and concrete technology during this course, developed to allow the ABC indentured concrete finisher apprentice to fulfill their paid day related instruction requirements. The instruction takes place in a block format during December each school year.

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429-501. Concrete Technology II. (2 Credits)

Explore topics such as job site safety, concrete technology and practice, and quality control during this course, which was developed for the ABC indentured concrete finisher apprentice to fulfill paid day related instruction requirements. The instruction takes place in a block format during January of each year.

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429-502. Concrete Technology III. (2 Credits)

Examine topics such as blueprint reading, applied math, and concrete technology during this course, which was developed to allow the ABC indentured concrete finisher apprentice to fulfill paid day related instruction requirements. The instruction takes place in the block format during each December.

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429-503. Concrete Technology IV. (2 Credits)

Explore topics such as flat floors, surface treatments, and forming during this course, developed to allow the ABC indentured concrete finisher apprentice to fulfill paid day related instruction requirements. Instruction takes place in the block format each January.

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429-504. Concrete Technology V. (2 Credits)

Enhance understanding of applied math, blueprint reading, concrete technology, and architectural finishes during this course, developed to allow the ABC indentured concrete finisher apprentice to fulfill paid day related instruction requirements. The instruction takes place in the block format each December.

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429-505. Concrete Technology VI. (2 Credits)

Enhance understanding of topics such as quality, industrial floors, and architectural finishes during this course, developed to allow the ABC indentured concrete finisher apprentice to fulfill paid day related instruction requirements. The instruction takes place in the block format each January.

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429-701. Intro Concrete Const & Finish. (1 Credit)

Course learning outcomes align with NCCER level 1 construction curriculum standards including an introduction to concrete construction, basic finishing techniques, and safety requirements. For more information, go to: http://www.nccer.org. In addition, trade math with print reading and layout are included in this course. Course is designed for a block scheduling format of 5 consecutive days for the total hours listed.

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429-702. Concrete Properties & Formwork. (1 Credit)

Course learning outcomes align with NCCER level 1 construction curriculum standards including tools and equipment, properties of concrete, and forming systems. For more information, go to: http://www.nccer.org. Course is designed for a block scheduling format of 5 consecutive days for the total hours listed.

Prerequisites: 429-701 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of C

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429-703. Site Prep Concrete Placement. (1 Credit)

Course learning outcomes align with NCCER level 1 construction curriculum standards including preparing for placement and placing concrete. For more information, go to: http://www.nccer.org. Course is designed for a block scheduling format of 5 consecutive days for the total hours listed.

Prerequisites: 429-702 with a minimum grade of C

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429-704. Concrete Finish Techniques. (1 Credit)

Course learning outcomes align with NCCER level 1 construction curriculum standards including basic finishing skill development. For more information, go to: http://www.nccer.org. Course is designed for a block scheduling format of 5 consecutive days for the total hours listed.

Prerequisites: 429-703 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of C

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429-705. Curing & Protecting Concrete. (1 Credit)

Course learning outcomes align with NCCER level 2 construction curriculum standards including estimating quantities of materials, and curing and protecting new concrete. Applied print reading and trade math for second year apprentices are also included in the course. For more information, go to: http://www.nccer.org. Course is designed for a block scheduling format of 5 consecutive days for the total hours listed.

Prerequisites: 429-704 with a minimum grade of C

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429-706. Adv. Concrete Properties. (1 Credit)

Course learning outcomes align with NCCER level 2 construction curriculum standards including troubleshooting, properties of concrete, and making repairs. For more information, go to: http://www.nccer.org. Course is designed for a block scheduling format of 5 consecutive days for the total hours listed.

Prerequisites: 429-705 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of C

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429-707. Site Concrete. (1 Credit)

Course learning outcomes align with NCCER level 2 construction curriculum standards including site concrete and architectural finishes. For more information, go to: http://www.nccer.org. Course is designed for a block scheduling format of 5 consecutive days for the total hours listed.

Prerequisites: 429-706 with a minimum grade of C

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429-708. Reinforced Concrete. (1 Credit)

Course learning outcomes align with NCCER level 2 construction curriculum standards including surface treatments and reinforcing concrete. For more information, go to: http://www.nccer.org. Course is designed for a block scheduling format of 5 consecutive days for the total hours listed.

Prerequisites: 429-707 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of C

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429-709. Industrial Concrete Floors. (1 Credit)

Course learning outcomes align with NCCER level 2 construction curriculum standards including industrial floors. For more information, go to: http://www.nccer.org. Applied print reading and trade math for third year apprentices, and transit use are included. Course is designed for a block scheduling format of 5 consecutive days for the total hours listed.

Prerequisites: 429-704 with a minimum grade of C

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429-710. Concrete Super Flat Floors. (1 Credit)

Course learning outcomes align with NCCER level 2 construction curriculum standards including super flat concrete floor construction. For more information, go to: http://www.nccer.org. Course is designed for a block scheduling format of 5 consecutive days for the total hours listed.

Prerequisites: 429-709 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of C

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429-711. Design & Control Conc Mixtures. (1 Credit)

Course learning outcomes align with NCCER level 2 construction curriculum standards including the design and control of concrete mixtures. For more information, go to: http://www.nccer.org. Course is designed for a block scheduling format of 5 consecutive days for the total hours listed. Guest speakers from concrete suppliers and vendors may be available for presenting portions of this course.

Prerequisites: 429-710 with a minimum grade of C

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429-712. Concrete Quality Control. (1 Credit)

Course learning outcomes align with NCCER level 2 construction curriculum standards including quality control. An introduction to an optional ACI certification is included, and will help apprentices review material covered during their apprenticeship. For more information, go to: http://www.nccer.org. Course is designed for a block scheduling format of 5 consecutive days for the total hours listed with addition time available for the Transition to Trainer course.

Prerequisites: 429-711 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of C

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