Looking for industry training on Industrial Electrical Controls and Logic? SCTC has developed a six-week online course to train your technicians on new skills or enhance their existing ones. Participants will spend roughly four to six hours each week completing engaging lessons. Expert instructors develop and lead every course, and students will be able to interact with them and with fellow students in lively weekly online discussions. Upon completing the course with a passing score, students get a certificate of completion.
Topics include: Introduction to Electric Motor Control, Manual Motor Control and Overload Protection, Control Transformers, Control Ladder Logic, Control Relays and Motor Starters, Reversing Motor Control, and Automatic Input Devices 1.
Each module includes specific content available through Amatrol Learning Management Systems (LMS). The modules will be embedded in the online class. A special feature of the LMS content are the virtual hands-on assignments specifically designed for industry applications. The student will be able to design, connect, and troubleshoot interactive circuits using simulated industrial circuits and components. Each learner will receive a curriculum as well as reports on the learning progress.
This 16-hour interactive class, conducted online in four half-day sessions, teaches participants what they need to know to be a more effective supervisor in the dynamic and diverse 21st century workplace. To gain knowledge and skills needed to become more effective in this important organizational role, students will learn through dialogue, discussions, and examples. No prerequisites are necessary to join this class.
This OSHA 10-hour general industry training program is intended to provide an entry level industry worker broad awareness on recognizing and preventing hazards on site. The training covers a variety of safety and health hazards that a worker may encounter. OSHA recommends this training as an orientation to occupational safety and health. Workers must receive additional training on hazards specific to their job. This course will emphasize hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention, but not OSHA standards. This course is 10 hours and taught in two days. Specific dates to be determined.
Learning to drive is a major milestone in a teenager's life. It's important for young or inexperienced drivers to learn safe driving techniques. There are four different ways Joshua’s Law can be satisfied for teenagers to meet the requirements for a Class D license. The program offered by Southern Crescent Technical College meets one of the options that includes 30 hours of classroom instruction and 6 additional hours of drive time with an instructor. Most insurance companies also give a reduction (approx. 10%) on insurance premiums upon successful completion. Southern Crescent Technical College provides a (DDS approved) Driver’s Education program in cooperation with the Georgia Driver’s Education Commission (GDEC).
Note: Participants must be between 15 and 17 years of age and possess a Learner's Permit. Participants must attend all class dates for the full class periods. They must also complete all six (6) hours of behind-the-wheel driving.
Complies with Requirements for "Joshua's Law" for 15 and 16 year old drivers.
Note: All applicants must have a valid Georgia Learner’s Permit by the first day of class. Successful completion of this course satisfies Joshua's Law Requirement and will qualify the student for an Insurance discount (restrictions apply).
Beginning in January of 2017, the Georgia Driver’s Education Commission began a new scholarship program in which students may apply for a driver’s education grant scholarship. The student will apply for the scholarship directly from the Commission through an online application. Upon award of the scholarship, students will be provided with a redemption code and may choose a provider from a list of authorized driver training schools to redeem the grant scholarship. The driver training school will redeem the grant scholarship through an online portal. Once the student has completed the driver’s education course, the provider will upload a copy of the OCRA certificate to the online portal and request reimbursement for the driver’s education course.