ADULT CLASSES

Auto Body


Students learn the basics of collision repair. We start out learning surface preparation (sanding) which covers the steps involved in cleaning sandpaper grit selection, basic sanding, imperfection removal, hand and power tool operation. Masking: is the second unit we cover. Students learn to identify masking materials, masking technique, steps involved in the masking process. Students learn some custom masking techniques like flames. Paint skills and technique: students lean spray technique spray gun selection and operation. Students perform basecoat clear coat application and some custom painting. Dent repair: Students learn sheet metal repair and straightening, body filler selection and application, body filler sanding and shaping techniques. Detailing and buffing: Students perform paint imperfection repairs such as dirt removal and run removal.




Auto Mechanics


Auto Body I: Students learn the basics of collision repair. We start out learning surface preparation (sanding) which covers the steps involved in cleaning sandpaper grit selection, basic sanding, imperfection removal, hand and power tool operation. Masking: is the second unit we cover. Students learn to identify masking materials, masking technique, steps involved in the masking process. Students learn some custom masking techniques like flames. Paint skills and technique: students lean spray technique spray gun selection and operation. Students perform basecoat clear coat application and some custom painting. Dent repair: Students learn sheet metal repair and straightening, body filler selection and application, body filler sanding and shaping techniques. Auto Body II: students learn metal fabrication skills. Students learn MIG welding safety and operation, rust repair, structural panel removal and replacement. Painting: Students learn paint mixing skills, Blend prepping and paint application for proper color match, priming skills and some Air brush skills. Dent repair: Students fabricate a metal patch and then prep it for body filler. Students learn heat shrinking and advance body working skills. Plastic repair: Students learn how to identify automotive plastics. Students perform plastic repairs using adhesives and plastic welding.




Auto Technology


Auto Technology is a hands on class normally offered during the fall semester and it will give you the basic repair and maintenance skills you need to work on your personal vehicle. Auto technology I Oil Changes Front Disc Brakes Rear Disc Brakes Rear Brake Shoes Using Test Light Compression Tester Fuel Pressure Test Mount and Balance Tires Auto technology II Air Conditioning Heating Cylinder Heads Scanners/Engine Codes Alternators Charging System Rebuilding Calipers Rebuilding Wheel Cylinders




Building Trades


Objective: Upon completion, the student, if he/she is enrolled as a diploma student, will receive a diploma. If he/she is enrolled as an apprentice, they will receive a certificate of completion for Apprenticeship-Related Instruction. Course outline: Basic Technical Math, Architectural Print Reading and Project Estimating, Carpentry I, Carpentry II (Residential), Electricity I (A.C./D.C. Theory), Electricity II (Residential), Masonry I, Plumbing Practices I, Autocad 2013, OSHA 10 & Industrial Health and Safety, Introduction to Computers, Human Relation Skills, Communication Skills and Supervisory Skills as well as three electives from the following trade areas: Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing, Masonry, Refrigeration, Sheet metal, or Welding.




Carpentry


Objective: Upon completion, the student (if he/she is enrolled as a diploma student) will receive a diploma. The student (if he/she is enrolled as an apprentice) will receive a certificate of completion for Apprenticeship-Related Instruction. Course outline: Basic Technical Math, Advanced Technical Math, Architectural Print Reading and Project Estimating,Carpentry I, Carpentry II (Residential), Carpentry III (Commercial) Autocad 2013, OSHA 10 & Industrial Health and Safety, Introduction to Computers, Human Relation Skills, Communication Skills, Supervisory Skills




Certified Nursing Assistant


Successful completion of the Nurse Aide Course will:

  • Allow you to take the (NNAAP) state board exam to be certified through the state of VA.
  • Allow you to participate in a satisfying career field
  • Allow you to support yourself financially
  • Provide you with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes to provide quality care to patients in a health care facility
  • Provide skills to meet the mental, social and physical needs of the patients, residents and clients
CNA Brochure




Information Technology


What can MTC offer in terms of Information Technology? The information technology classes at MTC provide students with the opportunity to develop skills needed to begin a career in building, installing, troubleshooting, and securing computers. The 3 classes offered include A+, Network + and Security+. The curriculum will prepare the student to take the CompTia exams in those specific areas - a necessary step to become a certified technician. CCNA Cybersecurity Operations Students who have completed the networking class in the past are eligible to take the CyberOps course. Upon completion of the CCNA Cybersecurity Operations course, students will be able to perform the following tasks: -Explain the role of the Cybersecurity Operations Analyst in the enterprise -Explain the Windows Operating System features and characteristics needed to support cybersecurity analyses -Explain the features and characteristics of the Linux Operating System -Analyze the operation of network protocols and services -Explain the operation of the network infrastructure -Classify the various types of network attacks -Use network monitoring tools to identify attacks against network protocols and services -Use various methods to prevent malicious access to computer networks, hosts, and data -Explain the impacts of cryptography on network security monitoring -Explain how to investigate endpoint vulnerabilities and attacks -Identify network security alerts -Analyze network intrusion data to verify potential exploits -Apply incident response models to manage network security incidents




Dental Assistant


Career Info: Dental job positions are increasing. About 78% of all dental jobs are held by
people with the certificate you receive after this course. Nationally, about 13% of
Dental Assistant jobs are located in Virginia. The starting out salary for this career is about $29,000 to $30,000 a year. The average pay for a dental assistant with this certificate is around $33,000 a year. After years of experience the salary raises to about $36,000 per year. The pay that you receive could be affected by the location and employer size.
Dental Assitan Brochure




Diesel Mechanics


Students will learn the basic principles involved in the design, construction, and operation of diesel truck engines. The engine block and cylinder head along with their respective components will be studied. The lubrication system, cooling system, air intake system, and exhaust system will be studied in order to see how they will relate to successful engine reconditioning. A basic introduction of brakes, suspension and electrical systems will be covered.




Electricity (Industrial/Technical)


OBJECTIVE: Upon completion, the student will receive a diploma if he/she is enrolled as a diploma student. If he/she is enrolled as an apprentice, they will receive a certificate of completion for Apprenticeship-Related Instruction. Course Outline: Basic Technical Math, Advanced Technical Math, Electricity I (A.C./D.C. Theory), Electricity III (Commercial), Electricity IV, Basic Motor Controls, Advanced Industrial Troubleshooting, Programmable Logic Controllers, Industrial Electronic Control Devices Instrumentation and Process Controls, OSHA 10 & Industrial Health and Safety, Introduction to Computers, Human Relations Skills, Communication Skills, and Supervisory Skills Electricity (Indurstrial/Technical)




Electricity (Residential/Commercial)


Objective: Upon completion, the student will receive a diploma if he/she is enrolled as a diploma student. If he/she is enrolled as an apprentice, they will receive a certificate of completion for Apprenticeship-Related Instruction. Course Outline: Basic Technical Math, Advanced Technical Math, Architectural Print Reading and Project Estimating, Electricity I (A.C./D.C. Theory), Electricity II (Residential), Electricity III (Commercial), Industrial Troubleshooting Skills, Advanced Industrial Troubleshooting Skills Basic Motor Controls, National Electric Code, OSHA 10 & Industrial Health and Safety, Introduction to Computers, Human Relations Skills, Communication Skills, and Supervisory Skills Electricity (Residential/Commercial)




Industrial Maintenance


OBJECTIVE: Upon completion, the student will receive a diploma if he/she is enrolled as a diploma student. If he/she is enrolled as an apprentice, they will receive a certificate of completion for Apprenticeship-Related Instruction. Course Outline: Basic Technical Math, Blueprint Reading and Schematics, Basic Mechanics, Mechanical Maintenance II, Industrial Maintenance Welding, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning , Electricity I (A.C./D.C. Theory), Metalworking Fundamentals I, Pneumatics, Hydraulics, OSHA 10 & Industrial Health and Safety, Introduction to Computers, Human Relation Skills, Communication Skills, and Supervisory Skills Along with the above course outline, students must complete two elective courses from one of the following trades: welding, plumbing, electricity or refrigeration. Industrial Maintenance




Machine Tool Operations


OBJECTIVE: Upon completion, the student will receive a diploma if he/she is enrolled as a diploma student. If he/she is enrolled as an apprentice, they will receive a certificate of completion for Apprenticeship-Related Instruction. Course Outline: Basic Technical Math, Advanced Technical Math, Blueprint Reading and Schematics, Metalworking Fundamentals I, Metalworking Fundamentals II, Advanced Machine Tool Technology, CNC Machining, Introduction to Metallurgy, OSHA 10 & Industrial Health and Safety, Introduction to Computers, Human Relation Skills, Communication Skills, and Supervisory Skills Machine Tools Operations Brochure




Masonry


Objective: Upon completion, the student will receive a diploma if he/she is enrolled as a diploma student. If he/she is enrolled as an apprentice, they will receive a certificate of completion for Apprenticeship-Related Instruction. Course Outline: Basic Technical Math, Advanced Technical Math, Architectural Print Reading and Project Estimating, Masonry I, Masonry II, Masonry III, Industrial Health and Safety, Introduction to Computers, Human Relation Skills, Communication Skills, and Supervisory Skills




Medication Aide


Medication administration and management of diabetes are two of the greatest areas of responsibilities facing professionals in senior care today. The Medication Aide class offered at Massanutten Technical Center will provide instruction and training on the procedures for preparation and administration of medication including specific training on diabetic medication administration. This class is suited for those that have already completed the Certified Nursing Assistant program or have taken the Direct Care Staff Training program offered by the Department of Social Services. A PPD skin test is also required before beginning class. Topics Include

  • Legal and Ethical Issues
  • Preparing for Safe Administration of Medication
  • Introduction to Pharmacology
  • Administration of Prepared Instillations and Treatments (oral medications, eye, ear, nose etc.)
  • Documentation
  • Storage and Disposal of Medications
  • Special Issues in Medication Administration
  • Insulin Administration




Plumbing


Objective: Upon completion, the student will receive a diploma if he/she is enrolled as a diploma student. If he/she is enrolled as an apprentice, they will receive a certificate of completion for Apprenticeship-Related Instruction. Course Outline: Basic Technical Math, Advanced Technical Math, Architectural Print Reading and Project Estimating, Industrial Maintenance Welding, Plumbing Practices I, Plumbing Practices II, Plumbing Practices III, Plumbing Practices IV, Plumbing Code, OSHA 10 & Industrial Health and Safety, Introduction to Computers, Human Relation Skills, Communication Skills, and Supervisory Skills Plumbing Brochure




Refrigeration and Air Conditioning


OBJECTIVE: Upon completion, the student will receive a diploma if he/she is enrolled as a diploma student. If he/she is enrolled as an apprentice, they will receive a certificate of completion for Apprenticeship-Related Instruction. Course Outline: Basic Technical Math, Advanced Technical Math, Architectural Print Reading and Project Estimating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning I, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning II, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning III, Electricity I (A.C./D.C. THEORY), Electricity III (COMMERCIAL), Basic Motor Controls, Industrial Troubleshooting, EPA Certification, OSHA 10 & Industrial Health and Safety, Introduction to Computers, Human Relation Skills, Communication Skills, and Supervisory Skills Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Brochure




Tool and Die Making


Objective: Upon completion, the student will receive a diploma if he/she is enrolled as a diploma student. If he/she is enrolled as an apprentice, they will receive a certificate of completion for Apprenticeship-Related Instruction. Course Outline: Basic Technical Math, Advanced Technical Math, Blueprint Reading & Schematics, Metalworking Fundamentals I, Metalworking Fundamentals II, Advanced Machine Technology, CNC Machining, Introduction to Metallurgy, Basic Die Making, Advanced Die Making, Jig and Fixture Design, OSHA 10 & Industrial Health and Safety, Introduction to Computers (18 hrs.), Human Relation Skills (21 hrs.), Communication Skills (21 hrs.), and Supervisory Skills (21 hrs.)




Utilities Operator


Objective: diploma student. If he/she is enrolled as an apprentice, they will receive a certificate of completion for Apprenticeship-Related Instruction. Course Outline: Basic Technical Math, Blueprint Reading and Schematics, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning I, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning II, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning III, Electricity I (A.C./D.C. THEORY), Electricity III (COMMERCIAL), Programmable Logic Controls (Personal laptop required for this course), Basic Mechanics, Boiler and Steam Operations, Industrial Pipefitting, Industrial Refrigeration I - Concepts and Systems, Industrial Refrigeration II - Ammonia, Instrumentation and Process Control, OSHA 10 & Industrial Health and Safety, Introduction to Computers, Human Relation Skills, Communication Skills, and Supervisory Skills Utilities Operator Brochure




Veterinary Assistant


Benefits of Studying Veterinary Assistant at MTC:

  • Excellent foundation for students interested in going to a community college’s Veterinary Technician Program or an advanced degree in Veterinary Medicine.
  • This career program will prepare students to obtain work in a veterinary clinic, boarding kennel, pet store, or grooming facility.
  • Provides a curriculum that strengthens students’ math and science knowledge, develops decision-making and problem-solving skills, and meets the National and State Learning Standards in a hands-on environment.
Veterinary Assistant Brochure




Welding


OBJECTIVE: Upon completion, the student will receive a diploma if he/she is enrolled as a diploma student. If he/she is enrolled as an apprentice, they will receive a certificate of completion for Apprenticeship-Related Instruction. Course Outline: Basic Technical Math, Blueprint Reading & Schematics, Industrial Maintenance Welding, MIG and TIG Welding, Pipe and Plate Welding, Introduction to Metallurgy, OSHA 10 & Industrial Health and Safety, Introduction to Computers, Human Relation Skills, Communication Skills, and Supervisory Skills Welding Brochure





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