Customized Training

Please contact RCTC for more information on setting up any customized courses listed below:

Microsoft Access

Hrs: 45
Course #: 2040

 

This course covers basic database concepts. Learn to design and create databases and tables, query those tables, and create forms and reports. Prerequisites: Knowledge of MS Word and solid proficiency of basic computer skills.

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Adobe Photoshop

Hrs: 45
Course #: 2050 


Learn the most widely used photo editing software around. PhotoShop delivers powerful industry-standard, image editing tools for professional designers as well as everyday people who want to produce sophisticated graphics for the Web, photography, and print. Focus is on general function for print and commercial use. Class is not geared toward photography though photographers would still benefit from taking the class. Prerequisite: Solid working knowledge of your computer, it's operating system, and how to open and save files.

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Dreamweaver

Hrs: 45
Course #: 2045 

Learn how to use Dreamweaver to create, design, and update Web pages. Prerequisites: Computer Basics and proficiency using the internet.

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Food Safety Management

Hrs: 12
Course #: 9030  


This course is approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA). Successful completers of this course and the exam will be eligible for state certification.

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Employability Prep/Computer Basics

Hrs: 30
Course #: 6001

 

Most employers want an employee to have some general job skills, sometimes called “employability skills”.  This class will discuss the most commonly expected skills of communication, teamwork, problem solving, initiative and enterprise, planning and organizing, self-management, and learning.   The class will cover basic concepts of computer use, including operating computer programs and applications pertaining to industry. 

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Electronics for Technician I

Hrs: 30
Course #: 5564

 

This course will expose students to the fundamentals of electronics. This course will include hands-on projects. All projects are geared toward the enhancement of the students' electronic knowledge and troubleshooting skills. Prerequisites include an understanding of basic electricity and basic motor control.

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Electronics for Technicians II

Hrs: 30
Course #: 5565

 

This course will include hands-on projects involving digital electronics. All projects are geared toward enhancing the students' digital electronics troubleshooting skills.

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Electric Motor Control I

Hrs: 45
Course #: 5110

 

This course focuses on the principles of AC/DC motor control systems. Topics to be discussed include circuit layout, connections and symbols, control devices and circuits, voltage starters and motor drives. The student will work with both single and three-phase. This course is a must for the technician who will be involved with the installation and repair of control systems, including programmable logic controllers (PLC).

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Electric Motor Control II

Hrs: 45
Course #: 5111

 

This course is a continuation of course #5110.

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Programmable Logic Controllers I

 

Hrs: 45
Course #: 5112

 

This entry level course for technicians provides training on Rockwell (Allen-Bradley) Micrologix 1100 hardware and RSLogix 500 software. Some of the areas covered are input/output card wiring, basic programming techniques, (I/O, timers, counters, etc.), PLC ladder logic and computer based programming. A machine design exercise uses all of the subject areas as a hands-on project. Prerequisites include basic electricity and basic motor control.

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Programmable Logic Controllers II

Hrs: 45
Course #: 5112

 

This entry level course for technicians provides training on Rockwell (Allen-Bradley) Micrologix 1100 hardware and RSLogix 500 software. Some of the areas covered are input/output card wiring, basic programming techniques, (I/O, timers, counters, etc.), PLC ladder logic and computer based programming. A machine design exercise uses all of the subject areas as a hands-on project. Prerequisites include basic electricity and basic motor control.

 

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Pneumatics

Hrs: 45
Course #: 5121

 

This course will provide students with an understanding of both basic pneumatic theory and application as related to compressors, air distribution systems, and pneumatic control devices. A significant amount of this course will focus on basic installation and troubleshooting of the following control devices: check valves, cylinders, motors, directional control valves, flow control valves, regulators, quick exhausts, and silencers. This course is a must for maintenance technicians working in an automation or pneumatic control environment.

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