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Health Professions students should have or be pursuing a high school diploma or GED®Career & Technical  |  Winter/Spring 201823OUTBOARD ENGINE MAINTENANCE BASICS(12 Hours)It’s easy to keep your outboard in tip-top shape, even if you’re not a mechan-ic. Whether you are considering or have already purchased a boat with an outboard engine, there are some basic maintenance procedures that can extend the life of your outboard and reduce the need for costly repairs. In this course, students will learn routine maintenance tasks, when to do them and what tools and supplies are needed to get the job done.Feb 10 & 17, 2018    Sat    8 am – 2:30 pm  #WOEM218       $125Mar 10 & 17, 2018    Sat    8 am – 2:30 pm  #WOEM318       $125Apr 7 & 14, 2018      Sat    8 am – 2:30 pm  #WOEM418       $125Outboard Engine Maint. Topics will include:•water pumps •thermostats •changing engine and    lower oils •replacing fuel flters •routine service checksLEARN TO WELD(72 Hours)Whether you are a beginner or have some welding experience, you can beneft from the 72 hours of hands-on instruction. Learn from the one-on-one guidance of your instructor. Stick, Gas, MIG, or TIG available. These classes are restricted to 15 students and fll up fast. Call now to reserve your spot. 302-856-9035! NOTE: Gloves and safety glasses are required (may be purchased at the school). Appropriate footwear is required.Jan 9 - Mar 29, 2018  Tu & Th      6 - 9 pm        #WTW118       $450

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