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Sharpen your skills and test-readiness in just one session and get real SAT practice, question analysis, answering tactics, and study plans for math, reading, grammar and language, written expression, and essay writing â€“ in less time. Bring pencils, a scientific or graphing calculator and a bag lunch.
Learn about fibers, fabrics and how to use a sewing machine while completing two apparel pieces in this 2 week intensive workshop aimed at the sewing novice. Layout and cutting, working with patterns, and proper pressing techniques will be covered. Students will have the opportunity throughout the class to create a sample notebook which consists of their own samples of stitching and seam finishes, hand sewing techniques, hem and zipper applications. A recommended sewing supply list, including fabrics needed, will be available upon registration.
Instructor Elizabeth Halpern is an adjunct instructor in the Fashion Design Program at SUNY Ulster, teaching Fashion CAD, Apparel Construction and Design courses. She is a veteran of the Fashion Industry in NYC and continues to work as an independent textile designer, now based in the Hudson Valley.
This laboratory course is designed to enable the wastewater operator to perform laboratory procedures necessary to determine control strategies for efficient operation of a wastewater treatment plant. Price includes text.
This course provides the knowledge base to keep a wastewater treatment plant operating efficiently. The characteristics of each individual process and how they work together are studied. Recommended prerequisite: Math for Wastewater Operators. Price includes two texts. Lead instructor: H. Jaen, P.E.
Required course for candidates applying for certification for an activated sludge or "A" facility. The course instructs how to efficiently operate the activated sludge portion of a wastewater treatment plant. Control strategies and application of laboratory data are presented. Safety and regulatory recordkeeping are emphasized. Price includes text.
This course will improve knowledge, skills, ability, and proficiency in laboratory and sampling techniques. Students will learn how these techniques can be used to optimize the treatment facility and ensure water system efficiency. Approved for 5 contact hours by the NY DOH and up to 5 contact hours by the NY DEC.
Instructor: Stephanie Rider
If you hold a 3A license, successful completion of the 3A Exam allows you to act as operator-incharge at a 3A plant or as the licensed operator at a 4A plant. Approved for 7 DEC contact hours. Instructor: Wesley Rice
This course presents general guidance for filling out and submitting a Discharge Monitoring Report form. Course is approved by the NY DEC for X renewal contact hours. Instructor: W. Rice
As an operator, you will use math on a daily basis. This course serves as a refresher to those who may feel intimated by basic math, algebra, and solving word problems. This course is strongly recommended before taking the Basic Wastewater Lecture or Laboratory.
Outline: Class 1: Basic math, geometry, and conversions, Class 2: Basic algebra, how to solve word problems, Class 3: Using wastewater formulas to solve word problems. No textbook.
This course covers all aspects of the design, operations, maintenance and trouble shooting of the fixed film process. Instructor: W. Rice