Professional & Workforce training provides fast, efficient, in-depth, and highly-interactive safety training through classroom instruction and hands-on experience.
For students who can’t afford the time and resources, trades training provides the skills necessary to become qualified professionals in a variety of trades.
This type of learning, also known as career and technical education (CTE), blends academic and technical instruction to prepare graduates for direct entry into the workforce.
Minnesota firms are struggling to hire qualified mechanics, technicians and other tradespeople.
By 2020, the Center on Education and the Workforce estimates that 65 percent of all occupations will require some form of postsecondary training and education
Course complies with the EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule effective April 22, 2010. This 8-hour course is intended for all contractors and professionals performing work that disturbs lead paint or coated surface including window replacement or any demolition activity on pre-1978 residential properties or child-occupied facilities (daycares and pre-schools).
100-hour introduction to the basic types of HVAC systems emphasizing refrigeration. Study theory, troubleshooting, operations & maintenance, electrical components, commercial applications, controls and motors. Learn skills that facilities maintenance personnel will need.
This course meets the requirements for 4 hours of Minnesota State Board of Electricity approved continuing education. NEC Code code changes from 2017 to the newest 2020 is the focus of the webinar sessions.
This 16-hour is course is designed to prepare participants to pass State of
Minnesota Boiler license examination. Specific topics will be based on new instructor. Materials are included in the fee.
This course meets the requirements for 2 hours of Board approved continuing education for renewal of all registered unlicensed Electrical Workers, licensed by the Electrical Licensing and Inspection Unit. The course emphasizes topics of field interest according to the State Board’s interpretation of the 2020 code.
November 30 – December 3 | 7:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. M-F | 40 Course Hours | $950
This RPZ certification course trains plumbers, sprinkler fitters, utility personnel, maintenance personnel and industrial and private water purveyors in procedures for testing and troubleshooting of back flow prevention assemblies.
8 Course Hours | $400
This class will provide renewal for Tester, Surveyor, and Repairer. At this eight (8) hour training, participants will review the guidelines used for acceptable practices of testing backflow prevention devices. The participants will receive the information and skills to help them pass the American Society of Sanitary Engineering (ASSE) Recertification Examination.
This course provides the necessary training and testing for individuals seeking certification as a Backflow Prevention Assembly Repairer. The course provides twenty (20) hours of both classroom and hands on training culminating in a fifty (50) question written examination and a practical examination, which includes the servicing, rebuilding, and retesting of various types and sizes of backflow prevention assemblies.
The HVAC training class provided by Anoka Tech was very helpful to me in my career. Working in apartment maintenance for 10 years I felt pretty comfortable working on most HVAC equipment but was impressed with the new information and techniques I learned during our classes with our instructor Jim. He taught the course materials well and made it easy for me to grow my knowledge of the in depth workings of standard HVAC systems. I would highly recommend this class to anyone looking into either starting a career in HVAC or anyone in the maintenance industry who would like to expand their knowledge and abilities. - Adam Vaughn, Service Supervisor, Nordhaus