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Wisconsin continuing education courses available through YouTrainOnline.com include contractor ce, electrician ce, engineer ce, green building courses, OSHA outreach training (10 hour and 30 hour outreach training,) industrial skills courses and safety training.
Contractor Training Plumbing contractors are required to take 12 hrs of Continuing Education by Dec. 31, 2008. All courses must be approved by the Dept. of Commerce. Course Name: Internet: OSHA 10 Hour Construction Industry Course
Course number 9559
credit Types: 10.0 hrs
- Journeyman Plumber License
- Journeyman Plumber - Restricted Appliance License
- Journeyman Plumber - Restricted Service License
- Master Plumber License
- Master Plumber - Restricted Appliance License
- Master Plumber - Restricted Service License
- Soil Tester Certification
- and 6.5 credit hrs for Utility Contractor License
Air Conditioning Fundamentals (20 NATE Recognized Hours) $225.00: A thorough introduction for service technicians to the concepts, laws and processes related to air conditioning systems.
Refrigerant Usage Certification – EPA Section 608 (10 Nate Recognized Hours) $45.00: A thorough introduction to concepts, laws and processes related to air conditioning systems.
Electricity for the HVACR Technician (16 NATE recognized hours) $225.00: Explains the numerous safety facts, guidelines and recommendations for the HVACR service technician.
Electrician CE: The state of Wisconsin requires 18 hours of continuing education every 3 years. Electrician CE courses for Wisconsin include the NFPA 70 course, electrical fundamentals, lock out/tag out basic, electrical safety.
Courses are fully accredited by the Wisconsin Department of Commerce, Safety and Buildings Division.
Reciprocity: Wisconsin does not offer reciprocity.
NFPA 70 E: Electricians CE. 4.0 hours. $45.00: this course covers standards for electrical safety in the workplace.
Engineer: Check out our complete Engineer CE library for 10 ASHRAE packages and 60 courses.
ASHRAE – Advanced Energy Design for Small Retail Buildings: this is a thorough study of the design concepts, strategies and recommendations suited to the energy requirements of small retail buildings up to 20,000 square feet. 8.0 PDH, $250.00
ASHRAE – Fundamentals of HVAC Control Systems: 48 PDH, $595.00
Electrical Safety for General Industry: Basic: 1.0 hrs, $13.00
Electrical Standards for Construction: advanced: 1.0 hrs, $13.00
General Safety- Hazard communication: Basic: 1.0 hrs, $13.00
General Safety – Means of Egress and Fire Protection, Basic: 1.0 hrs, $13.00
Environmental: Green Building Training through 360Training.com, a USGBC Education Provider, will help to satisfy and standardize all your compliance training needs without sacrificing valuable time and money. Green building courses
All courses will come with a printable certificate upon successful completion. We can also custom design your course with site-specific training information or set you up with our Learning Management System allowing you to register and track your employee's training.
Certified Environmental Specialist: This course will provide you with essential knowledge and understanding of EPA regulations relating to hazardous wastes such as Clean Air Act (CAA), Clean Water Act (CWA), RCRA, EPCRA, TSCA and CERCLA. 24.0 hours, $499.00
Residential Green Building Design and Construction: 4.0 hrs, $105.00: As Green Building is rapidly becoming mainstream due to the increasing environmental concerns, a desire to develop healthier structures and increasing regulation from permitting authorities—this course takes a close look at green building in relation to many aspects of design and construction including issues dealing with sites, landscaping, foundations, frames, exterior finishes, plumbing, appliances, insulation, ventilation, windows, finishes and flooring. The course wraps up with information on testing, certification and accreditation, including a look at the LEED program and the NAHB Green Home Certification Program.
Green Infrastructure – Streetscape – Best Practices course and quiz: 2.0 hours, $70.00: This is one of an eight course series on Green Infrastructure that provides a template for design and implementation of Green Building concepts applicable to cities and municipalities.
OSHA 10/30 Hour Outreach Training: OSHA recommends OSHA Outreach training Program courses as an orientation to occupational safety and health for all workers. The successful completion of this course will help to meet the Construction Industry standards established by OSHA. Upon completion of the 10-hour and 30-hour course, you will receive a completion card from the Department of Labor within 4-8 weeks. An Authorized OSHA Outreach trainer is available to answer any questions students may have while taking the online course.
OSHA – 30 Hour General Industry Outreach Training with Study Guide: 30 hours: This course covers a minimum of 30 hours, required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA), which apply toward 30-hour General Industry course completion card. The course contains 24 sections.
OSHA – 30 hour Construction Outreach Training with Study Guide: 30 hours: This course covers 30 hours of courses, required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA) that apply toward 30-hour Construction Industry course completion card; comprised of 24 sections.
OSHA – 10 Hour General Industry Outreach Training with Study Guide: 10 hours: This course covers a minimum of 10 hours of courses, required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA), which apply toward the 10-hour General Industry completion card.
OSHA – 10 Hour Construction Outreach Training with Study Guide: 10 hours: This course covers 10 hours of courses required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA), which apply toward 10-hour Construction Industry completion card.
Industrial Skills: In fiscal year 2009, OSHA assessed the highest penalties related to fall protection, scaffolding, control of hazardous energy (lockout/tag out), excavations, machines, general duty clause, management of hazardous materials, ladders, powered industrial trucks and aerial lifts.
Our Industrial Course library contains over 400 titles, so please be patient while it loads. If you’re serious about raising awareness in workplace safety and reducing accidents and fines; it’s you’ll find courses covering: personal protective equipment, hearing and noise safety, machine hazards and safety, lockout/tag out safety program, first aid, electrical safety, hazardous material safety, decontamination, material safety data sheets, portable power and hand tool safety, fire prevention and protection program, rigging safety, scissor lift operations and safety, forklift safety, ladder safety and more.
Engineer- December 31st