List of Trade Careers Major Appliance Technician
The Major Appliance Technician program provides students instruction and practical application of knowledge and skills directed toward the
repair and service of electrical and gas appliances such as washers, dryers, ranges, microwaves, domestic icemakers, refrigerators, and window air conditioners. Students work on appliances to develop job skills in a workshop setting. Students are prepared for the Refrigerant Recovery (Type I) Certification (Small Appliance) and the National Technician Certification Examinations upon completion of the course. (Total hours: 1080)
Partners with Whirlpool & Maytag, KitchenAid, Sears, LG, WASH, Best Buy, Coast Appliance Parts, Reliable Parts, K-W Sam-Sung.
Session I: Fall Semester
Module I: Refrigeration Fundamentals
Module II: Fundamentals Brazing
Module III: Sealed System Recovery
Module IV: Ice Maker Fundamentals
Session II: Spring Semester
Module V: Basic Wiring, AC-DC
Module VI: Washer & Dryer
Module VII: Ranges & Ovens
Module VIII: Microwaves
Module IX: So. Cal Gas Training
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M - F
8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cost: Tuition $3,470, materials $200, books $138, uniform $30, safety glasses $10, insurance $18, and ID badge $5.
Total Program Cost: $3,871
For Appliance Repair Services contact (626) 934-2936.
NATEF Certified Program
HLPAE is a Certified Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) training institute.
This class provides students the fundamentals required in the automotive services repair industry. The curriculum includes power train systems (transmission and differentials), suspension and steering, brakes, engine fundamentals and repair, electrical systems and engine performance, fuel systems, emission controls and gas analysis. The course prepares the student to enter the automotive services industry and introduces the requirements of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Institute Certification. Students can start on any Module 1-4. (Total hours: 1,080. Takes 4 sessions to complete.)
Cost: Tuition $3,125 ($782 per module), materials $300 ($75 per module), uniform $37, insurance $18, books $175, goggles $7, ID badge $5.
Total Program Cost: $3,667
Session I: Brakes, Suspension & Steering
Session II: Engine Repair & Transmissions
Session III: Electrical & Electronic Systems
Session IV: Engine Performance/Engine Electric
All new students must attend Appraisal - see appraisal details or for information call (626) 934-2801.
|M - Th||8:00 am - 4:00 pm||Willow Center,
|T & W||5:00 pm - 8:30 pm||Willow Center,
For Auto Repair Services contact (626) 934-2932.
This Combination Welder program familiarizes students with the skills required to perform basic industrial welding. The modular format includes theory and practical application in the following main areas; Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Oxy-Acetylene Gas Cutting, Gas Tungsten, Gas Tungsten Arch Welding (GTAW/TIG), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) and Plasma Cutting. The course emphasizes equipment care and safety and produces entry-level proficient welders who are ready for certification. (Total hours: 1080).
Cost: Tuition $3,220, supplies $400, book $168, insurance $18 and ID badge $5. Students provide their own helmet, gloves, welding jacket & boots from an outside vendor with approval of the instructor.
Total Program Cost: $3,811
|M - Th||8:00 am - 4:00 pm||Willow Center||L. Archie|
HVAC Service Technician
The HVAC Service Technician program prepares students for entry-level employment in heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC). The course design provides students with project-based experiences in residential and commercial heating systems. Technical instruction emphasis is placed on the generation and modification of electricity for HVAC systems, wiring principles, and procedures approved by the National Electrical Code (NEC) operational techniques for ventilation and refrigeration systems, and troubleshooting techniques for refrigeration systems. At the completion of the program, students will be prepared to take the EPA Universal 608 test to become a Certified Refrigerant Handler. (Total Hours: 600)
|M - Th||5:00 pm - 8:30 pm||Willow Center,||J. Gutierrez|
Cost: Tuition $2,040, uniform $35, book $250, insurance $18 and ID badge $5.
Total Program Cost: $2,348
The Electrician training program provides practical instruction on today's electrical systems ranging from basic household wiring to special circuits. This fundamental electrical course is designed to provide a thorough introduction to this career field. According to the U.S. department of Labor, the number of Electrician jobs is projected to increase by 10% through 2029 which is much faster than average. You will be able to learn electrical theory, while coming into the classroom a few days per week for hands-on instruction. Take the first step toward learning a new and exciting skill set by enrolling in the Electrician course. (Total Hours: 300)
Cost: Tuition $2,300, book $120, insurance $18 and ID badge $5.
Total Program Cost: $2,443
|M - Th||5:00 pm - 8:30 pm||Willow Center, 107||M. Panahi-pour|
Module III: 1/3/23 - 3/2/23
Module IV: 3/6/23 - 5/18/23
All new students must attend Appraisal - See link below for details or for information call (626) 934-2801.