If you own a home then you would know that trouble can hit at the worst possible time, like at the start of a holiday weekend, and off-hours repairs can cost a small fortune. While some tasks may require an expert, the truth is that most of the times these problems require a simple fix. CTS College "Do It Yourself" programme is designed specifically for this, to help you save cost and to undertake simple repair jobs at home.
The Fundamentals of Plumbing (Level 1) programme is designed as "Do It Yourself" programme allowing persons to develop a broad range of skills and knowledge required to undertake simple plumbing tasks at home in a safe and secure manner. This course looks at the most popular plumbing projects around the home and office. The program is competency based and students will be assessed after every practical module.
The course is set over four weeks consisting of eight three-hour sessions amounting to twenty four (24) contact hours inclusive of a three-hour evaluation at the end of the program. It is practical based with the provision of all underpinning knowledge. It promises to be very intense. This programme is geared towards persons desirous of becoming more informed about plumbing systems within the home.
Upon completing this course, participants will be able to:
|Saturday||09:00 am to 04:00 pm||4 weeks||24 hours||$1,600.00||Mr. Sherwin Brathwaite|
|Session||Start Date||End Date|
|Session 1||Saturday, February 15, 2020||Saturday, March 14, 2020|
|Session 2||Saturday, March 28, 2020||Saturday, April 18, 2020|
|Session 3||Saturday, July 18, 2020||Saturday, August 15, 2020|
|Session 4||Saturday, September 12, 2020||Saturday, October 3, 2020|
|Session 5||Saturday, November 7, 2020||Saturday, December 5, 2020|
The program is strongly competency based where the majority of time will be devoted to practical work. Students, with the support of the lecturer, will be required to complete practical assignments on a weekly basis.
At the end of the program, candidates will have a written exam and a final practical assignment.
Mr. Sherwin Brathwaite
Mr. Sherwin Brathwaite has been an educator for the last twenty-two (22) years. His passion for teaching is evident in his ability to teach at all levels of the education system including Primary and Secondary levels within the Ministry of Education.
Mr. Brathwaite holds a BSc. in Educational Services with special emphasis in Physical Education. He attended John Donaldson Technical Institute where he was awarded a Craftsman's Diploma in Plumbing. He has over fifteen (15) years' experience in the field of plumbing and is also a License Sanitary Constructor (LSC) awarded by the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA). He brings a wealth of experience in practical plumbing and has worked on many projects including the Ministry of Education's Early Childhood Care and Education Centre.
Mr. Matthew Christian
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