Job Skill Classes

Hi-Ed offers a variety of courses and programs to meet the workforce training needs of businesses and individuals in Northwest Pennsylvania. Click the buttons below to view our schedule brochure, to download a registration form to register by mail, or to register for a class online. 

 




Welding

Monday & Wednesday,

September 20 – November 22

4:30 – 7:30 p.m.

McNett/Snarburg

$399

Practical hands on class that includes

TIG, MIG, Arc Welding and theory.

Participants are required to wear

steel-toed boots, leather gloves, safety

goggles, long pants without holes and

heavy shirts in the welding area.


Building Trust

Thursday, September 28

5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Clark

$19

Categories include: interpersonal

skills, professionalism, values and

leadership, performance improvement,

and building an effective team.


OSHA Information Session

Thursday, October 5

9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Mark Harmon

FREE

Come learn about the OSHA webpage. The OSHA Electronic Recordkeeping webpage went active on August 1st.  Learn more about how employers submit their injury & illness data under the Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses rule.  Find out what you need to do!


Mini-Grant Writing Class

Friday, October 6

1:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Jones, WCSD Grant Writer

$49

Come learn the tips and tricks of grant writing from our local expert Matt Jones.  Matt is the grant writer for the Warren County School District.  He can give you ideas and tips for big or small grants.  


Ethical Leadership 

Thursday, October 26

5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Dr. Clark

$19

Ethical leadership requires a

consistency of behavior and attitude.

 


Machining

Monday & Wednesday,

September 20 – November 8

5:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Wisenauer

$359


Extreme Team Dynamics!

Monday, October 2

8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Steiner

$99

Take the challenge with Steve Steiner

by doing 10 of these activities:

 1. Tell Ten Things About Yourself

2. Escape Handcuffs and Shackles

3. Try to balance 15 Nails On A Head Of A Nail

4. Minefield (Try to get through the “minefield” without getting blown up)

5. To Be Or Knot To Be ( Figure out what rope is tied to all the other ropes)

 6. Radioactive (Isolate radioactive isotopes by using ropes and bungee cords)

 7. Ring Game (Move all the rings from one peg to the next without putting a big ring on a small one)

8. Lego Towers (Try to build the tallest tower while blindfolded)

9. Team Skiing (Two people try to “ski” on 2X4’s together)

10. All Aboard (Your stuck on a melting iceberg and you have to decide how you and your teammates can escape without falling in)

11. Human Knot (You’re tied into a knot with your team and you have to figure out how to untie yourselves)

12. Kim’s Game (There are a collection of items in a bag and you have one minute to look at all of the items before they go back in the bag and then you have to try and remember what you saw)


Performance Improvement

Thursday, November 2

5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Dr. Clark

$19

Leadership allows for accountability to

create defined performance objectives

for individuals and groups working

towards constant improvement.

 

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