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  • (HOT) Hands-on Tutoring Training
    Updated On: Aug 17, 2020

         **HANDS ON TUTORING (HOT)** Hands on Tutoring requires contacting the office. Please call the office for more information.**  

    CLICK ON THE CLASS DATE TO PRINT OUT PARTICPANT FORM. COMPLETE AND RETURN BACK TO THE JATC. 

    FAX (419-666-0336) OR EMAIL (toledojatc@tejatc.org) 

          (HOT) Conduit Fabrication
    OCTOBER 20
    Instructor: Mark Harvey

     

    (HOT) Wiring Electrical Circuits
    Instructor: Mark Harvey

     

    (HOT) Motor Control
    Instructor: Mark Harvey

     

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How can I sign up?

    JATC office has sign up paperwork. No online form. Class size is limited so please sign up soon.  

    Can I sign up for just one night?  

    Yes, by signing this, I confirm that I will attend all classes as scheduled. If for any reason I cannot attend, I will call the JATC office by noon the day before the scheduled tutoring session, noon Wednesday, to inform JATC so that someone else may take my seat in the class. I understand that I will be ineligible until next semester if I do not attend or call the JATC as described above.

    Can I sign up for all the nights?

    Yes, by signing this, I confirm that I will attend all classes as scheduled. If for any reason I cannot attend, I will call the JATC office by noon the day before the scheduled tutoring session, noon Wednesday, to inform JATC so that someone else may take my seat in the class. I understand that I will be ineligible until next semester if I do not attend or call the JATC as described above.

    Who can attend?

    Apprentices, Construction Workers, Constructions Electricians

    Tools required for attending tutoring session

    Must Have

    Good to have

    Safety Glasses

    High dexterity gloves

    Wire Strippers

    Voltage Tester  

    Romex Stripper (if residential)

    7" Needle nose

    Screwdriver Regular Blade 6” or 4”

    9” Side Cut

    Screwdriver Phillips Blade #2

    Crimping tool

    8" Diagonal (Angled head recommended)

    Screw-holding Screwdriver


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