Licensure & Certification

SKID STEER TRAINING

Date: Friday, October 23, 2021
Time: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Registration Deadline: October 15, 2021
Where: TVCC LIVESTOCK CENTER
Cost: $129 per person 

This 8 hour training will offer entry-level operators classroom and stick-time training for Skid Steer Loader. Participants will learn basic maintenance of a Skid Steer Loader by locating, iden-tifying, and describing functions of the engine, powertrain, steer-ing, braking and hydraulics. Participants will also learn how to complete walkaround inspections, locate, identify and describe operator controls, switches, and gauges, including warning levels.

Participants will have the opportunity for hands-on training with our TVCC Skid Seer Loader. Stick-time training will include equipment startups and shutdowns, brake tests and basic operat-ing procedures in various practical applications.


Practical Evaluation:
Students will be required to perform a pre-operational inspection and successfully demonstrate safe operation of the Skid Steer Loader to receive a Certificate of Completion.

Contact Drew Pearson to register or for more information 541-881-5587 dpearson@tvcc.cc 

CBWCL SKID STEER REGISTRATION FORM

CBWCL Electrical Apprenticeship 

Electrical Apprenticeship 

General Journeyman (Inside) Electrician 4-Year Program  - 576 Hours
Manufacturing Plant Electrician 4-Year Program - 576 Hours

Curriculum is certified for both Idaho and Oregon registered apprentices

Electrical Apprentice Course Fee
$950.00 *Textbook fees additional*

If you are you looking to get your electrical apprenticeship courses completed in a fun personalized learning environment with small class sizes - TVCC is here to exceed your expectations.

Courses in this Inside Electrician/Manufacturing Plant series will supplement on-the-job training with technical training required for trade comprehension, application and practice.

The General Journeyman Electrician (Inside) and Manufacturing Plant Electrician Apprenticeships are overseen by the Ontario TATC MA# 6008.


Year 1 Electrical Apprenticeship class meets Mondays, August 23, 2021 through May 23, 2022
Instructors: Justin Blazzard and John Howard

YEAR 1:  Introduces apprentices to the principles associated with electricity, electrical theory, and the basics of electrical systems. These basic fundamentals are necessary to understand the complex NEC requirements covered throughout the curriculum. Digital multimeter principles will also be addressed. In the latter part of this level students will be introduced to, and begin utilizing, the National Electrical Code.

Year 1 Electrical Apprentice Registration Packet

 


Year 2 Electrical Apprenticeship class meets August 24, 2021 through May 24, 2021
Instructor: David Beals

YEAR 2: Focuses on the first few chapters of the National Electrical Code. Some equipment specific to alternating current will be introduced. Residential and commercial wiring methods and practices will also be covered in depth in this level.
Students will develop a further knowledge of construction safety, electrical safety, and the NEC. As they study rules in the Code, they’ll develop a greater understanding of the purpose of the NEC’s general wiring methods, materials, and different types of protection along with gaining a deeper understanding of residential and commercial wiring systems.

Year 2 Electrical Apprentice Registration Packet


Oregon Electrical Apprentice Minimum Qualifications   https://www.oregon.gov/boli/apprenticeship 
To qualify for registration as an Electrical Apprentice, an applicant must:
o   Be employed by a member of a Training Committee (or become a member).
o   Be 18 years of age.
o   Applicant shall be a high school graduate or have a GED Certificate of Equivalency.
o   Must have completed one full year of high school algebra with a passing grade of 'C' or better or one post high school algebra course

Idaho Electrical Apprentice Minimum Qualifications   https://dbs.idaho.gov/ 
To qualify for registration as an Electrical Apprentice, an applicant must:
o   Be at least 16 years of age.
o   Submit a completed notarized application
o   Pay the $15 (non-refundable) license registration fee.

** If you are interested in transferring to TVCC for Year 3 or Year 4, please email cbwcl@tvcc.cc. Year 3 Electrical Apprentices will resume in the 2022 - 23 Academic Year followed by Year 4 in the 2023 - 24 Academic Year. 


NEW!!! Agile Homes Trades - Apprenticeship Scholarship

Agile Homes of Fruitland Idaho has generously created a scholarship for students in TVCC’s Electrical and Plumbing Apprenticeship programs. 
HVAC will be added in the future as TVCC’s program grows. 

Students will be awarded up to $500 toward class fees. An additional award of up to $500 is possible f the student apprentices under one of Agile Homes Trade Partners, Shilo Plumbing and Powerhouse Electric.

How to apply:

  1. Complete the Scholarship Application.
  2. Submit the application to the Center for Business, Workforce, & Community Learning at Treasure Valley Community College.  

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • Intend to register at or attending Treasure Valley Community College’s certified Electrical Apprentice or Plumbing Apprentice program.
  • Based on financial need.
  • Priority given to students with financial need and have a relationship with the Boys and Girls Club of Ontario, OR. or Payette, ID.
  • Priority given to students with financial need and are apprenticing with Shilo Plumbing, Powerhouse Electric or L&H Heating and Cooling. 

 

Oregon Real Estate Broker Training

Oregon Real Estate Broker Training

Fall Class: Thursdays, September 30, 2021 - December 9, 2021 
Time: 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm (Mountain Time Zone)
Plus Saturday, December 11, 2021 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Winter Class TBA

Location: Online - Zoom
Course Fee: $600 per person (includes all materials)

This accelerated course prepares you to qualify for the Oregon Real Estate Broker's License Exam in just 10 weeks.
This hybrid course combines live-lecture with online home-study and meets the 150-hour requirement of the Oregon Real Estate Agency (OREA)
Course Number: RE 090 -OA Registration Form
Registration Deadline: One week before class start date
For more information call (541) 881-5755 or email sbdc@tvcc.cc

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Oregon Property Manager Training

Fall Class Dates: Tuesdays, October 5, 2021 - November 16, 2021 
Winter Class Dates: TBA

Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm (Mountain Time Zone)
Location: Online - Zoom
Course Fee: $550 per person (includes all materials)

Get prepared to take the State of Oregon Property Manager License Exam. This course is the fastest way to qualify to take the exam which covers the role of property managers, tenant relations, fair housing, lease agreements and more. You must attend all evening class sessions through Zoom, and have online capacity to complete the self-study portion of this course.  Taught by an experienced Property Manager.
Course Number: RE 095 -OA Registration Form
Registration Deadline: One week before class start date
For more information call (541) 881-5755 or email sbdc@tvcc.cc

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Flagger Certification

Date(s): TBA

Please call (541) 881-5755 or email cbwcl@tvcc.cc to be placed on our list. When we have enough interest, we will schedule a class.

Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm (Mountain Time Zone)
Location: TVCC Workforce Training Center Room 101
Course Fee: $109 per person (includes materials & card)

This 6-hour course provides the necessary classroom hours and written examination necessary in qualifying for basic certification to work roadside flagging projects. Upon successfully passing the examination, a card will be issued to you with the necessary certification to work roadside flagging projects. The card is recognized in Oregon, Idaho, Washington, and Montana. Certification cards are valid for three years. TVCC does not guarantee job placement or handle a list of prospective employers. Classes fill rapidly. We encourage you to register as soon as possible to guarantee a space.*Minimum of 6 registrants required

Course Number: INED 090 - OA   Click here to download registration form
Registration Deadline: One week before class start date

For more information call (541) 881-5755 or email cbwcl@tvcc.cc

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OR CCB Exam Prep

Oregon Construction Contractors Exam Curriculum

Take this independent study course to prepare for the state-mandated test (not included) to become a licensed contractor in Oregon. The course is based on the new NASCLA Contractors Guide and fulfills the state requirement for 16 hours of training.

  • Prepare to take the Oregon Construction Contractors Board (CCB) Examination on your own. 
  • Course includes the NASCLA Contractors Guide 2nd Edition with chapter questions and practice exams.
  • Once the self-study course is completed the state exam will be administered by PSI and will require an additional fee.
  • Individualized business advising and license application assistance is included to ensure that you start your business correctly.

Ready to sign up? Click here for registration form  (This is an open enrollment class that you can sign up for anytime.)

Email the form to sbdc@tvcc.cc or fax (541) 881-5511 or drop off at the SBDC in the Albertson Building. Once we receive your registration form, we will call you for payment. Payment is due upon registration. There is an additional shipping fee. For more information please call (541) 881-5772.

Plumbing Apprentice 

Plumbing Apprenticeship 

For information regarding TVCC's Plumbing Apprenticeship program, please contact the Caldwell Center at (208) 455-6820 or Kim Tomkinson (208) 455-6860 | ktomkinson@tvcc.cc 

Plumbing Apprentice Course Fee
$900.00 *Textbook fees additional (Approx. cost of $180.00)*

Journeyman Plumber 4 year program - 576 Hours
Curriculum is certified for both Idaho and Oregon registered apprentices

If you are you looking to get your plumbing apprenticeship courses completed in a fun personalized learning environment with small class sizes - TVCC is here to exceed your expectations. Students now have the availability to attend class via Zoom if they are working out of town. We have also incorporated learning modules into our Canvas LMS so you can do a portion of your coursework online.

YEAR 1: Introduces apprentices to the principles associated with plumbing, plumbing theory, and the basics of water distribution and DWV systems. Basic tool safety, and and power tools, construction math, intro to blueprints and isometric drawings are the fundamentals needed to understand the complex requirements covered throughout the curriculum. Due to new standards set by the State of Idaho, students will be required to complete a first aid course and CPR certification. In the latter part of this level, students will be introduced to and begin to understand the 2017 Idaho State Plumbing Code.

YEAR 2: Focuses on the first few chapters of the 2017 Idaho State Plumbing Code which includes the 2021 IDAPA Standards. Plumbing practices will be covered in depth in this level. Students will develop a further knowledge of plumbing math, reading, commercial plans, installing and testing DWV piping, installing roof, floor, and area drains, installing fixtures and valves, installing water heaters, and fuel gas and fuel oil systems. In the latter part of this level, students will be required to complete OSHA 10 Certification as required by the State of Idaho.

YEAR 3: In this level, students will continue to add to their foundation of knowledge about the plumbing trade and plumbing industry. Applied math, sizing and protecting water supply systems, potable water supply treatment, venting, sizing DWV and storm systems, sewage pumps and sump pumps, corrosive-resistant waste piping and service plumbing will be taught. In year 3 students will learn additional information about construction documents and ADA guidelines. If students have not completed first aid and CPR training and/or the OSHA 10 Certification, they will be required to do so as required by the State of Idaho.

YEAR 4:This final level of the program covers the different types of codes used by plumbers across the country. Students will also be covering the 2017 Idaho State Plumbing Code and the 2021 IDAPA Standards. This level will also include business principles, water pressure boosters, and recirculation systems, indirect and special waste, hydronic and solar heating, and private waste disposal systems. Students will develop further knowledge in preparations for the journeyman exam. They will also increase in understanding of leaderships skills essential to excel on the job.

Oregon Minimum Qualifications
To qualify for registration as a Plumbing Apprentice, an applicant must:

  • Be 18 years of age.
  • Applicant shall be a high school graduate or have a GED Certificate of Equivalency.

https://www.oregon.gov/boli/apprenticeship 


Idaho Minimum Qualifications
To qualify for registration as a Plumbing Apprentice, an applicant must:

  • Be at least 16 years of age.
  • Submit a completed notarized application
  • Pay the $50 (non-refundable) license registration

https://dbs.idaho.gov/ 

 

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Pesticide Applicator Class

Please contact Career and Technical Education (CTE) for Pesticide Applicator Class Information at (541) 881-5970.

These workshops will prepare individuals to take the State of Oregon Pesticide examinations.
* Private Applicator Core - TBD
* Private Applicator Review - TBD

Click Here for Pesticide Registration Form -  Fill out and return to Student Services with payment

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Team Oregon Motorcycle Training

TVCC's motorcycle courses are offered in cooperation with TEAM OREGON, a nationally recognized leader in motorcycle rider safety and skills training. You can learn to ride, earn your motorcycle endorsement or take your skills to the next level. The course instructor and coaching will help you to ride safer, smarter and more skillfully. 

Please pre-register at http://team-oregon.org/ or call 800-545-9944 for more information. If you need to reschedule your course or cancel, you must contact TEAM OREGON at 800-545-9944 at least three days before the course begins to be eligible for a refund. Students who arrive late or leave early lose their reservation and payment.

BASIC RIDER TRAINING
Basic Rider Training (BRT) is a 15-hour course for novice riders to build fundamental street-riding skills and strategies. The course takes place over three days and provides seven hours of classroom instruction and eight hours of range (on-cycle) instruction. Training motorcycles and helmets are provided. For individuals with no riding experience, BRT is the recommended course. This course meets Oregon's requirements for riders of any age who want to earn a motorcycle endorsement.

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INTERMEDIATE RIDER TRAINING
Intermediate Rider Training (IRT) is an eight-hour course for riders who already know how to get underway, turn, shift and stop a motorcycle. This one-day course builds fundamental street-riding skills and strategies. Training motorcycles 125-250 cc and DOT helmets are provided, or students may use their own. For riders with limited riding experience or those who haven't ridden in some time, IRT is the recommended course.

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