Your browser is not optimized for viewing this website.

More information »

NightHawks Adult Education Program



Our Classes

600-Hour Journeyman License Series: Advanced 1: 75 Hours

$600

with Christos Xerras

Calendar Jan 14, 2020 at 5 pm, runs for 13 weeks

This course is the second part of the Final 150-hour series completing the required 600-hour Journeyman License code and theory sequence. The Advanced course is offered for apprentices with more than 450 hours of code and theory instruction. This course will meet on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 5-8.  Tuition does not include the cost of the textbook. Please note: Make-up classes may be scheduled due to cancellations.

 

Payment plan available: $300 deposit plus 1 payment of $300.00, paid monthly.

600-Hour Journeyman License Series: Intermediate 1: 75 Hours

$600

with Andrew Andricopoulos

Calendar Jan 14, 2020 at 5 pm, runs for 13 weeks

This course is the second 75 hours of the Intermediate Level 300-hour course. This course is appropriate for apprentices with more than 150 hours and less than 450 hours of classroom code and theory instruction. Intermediate is offered for apprentices with more than 150 hours and less than 450 hours of code and theory instruction. This course will meet on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 5-8. Tuition does not include the cost of the textbook.

Payment plan available: $300 deposit plus 1 payment of $300.00, paid monthly.

600-Hour Journeyman License Series: Introduction 1: 75 Hours

$600

with Andrew Gallione

Calendar Jan 14, 2020 at 5 pm, runs for 13 weeks

Are you looking to become an Electrician? The standards of the Massachusetts Electrical Board of Examiners require both confirmation of multiple years of work hours in the Electrical Industry along with 600 hours of classroom instruction focused on National Electrical Codes and Electrical Theory. This course is the starting point for anyone interested in a Journeyman License. This is the second 75 hours of the Level 1 course. A first 75-hour course was offered in the fall term allowing you to complete your first 150 hours in one year. The Introduction course is offered for anyone just starting out and/or anyone with less than 150 certified hours of classroom code and theory instruction. This course will meet on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 5-8. Tuition does not include the cost of the textbook.

Payment plan available: $300 deposit plus 1 payment of $300.00, paid monthly.

Welding 2

$450

with Joe Fountain

Calendar Jan 14, 2020 at 5:30 pm, runs for 10 weeks

This class has a prerequisite of Welding 1:

This course will include oxy-acetylene cutting, along with stick welding, most commonly done in industrial and commercial settings. Additionally, this course will include MIG and TIG welding, generally done on thinner material in a weld shop. The primary focus is on safety, along with other topics including identification of alloys, advantages and drawbacks of each welding type, and a general understanding of the welding arc. Students will be able to interpret and critique their own welds, making necessary adjustments to their machine or technique. The course will cover all joints and positions and students will be working with mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum. Students will learn terminology and techniques, including cutting steel with a torch and making bead welds with the most common types of stick welding (6010 & 7018). Students will gain the ability to critique and adjust their cuts and welds. The course will cover all joints and positions.  Safety glasses, work boots, MIG or TIG gloves, welding shield, jeans and a cotton shirt are required for every class.

This class meets Tuesdays for 10 weeks. Tuition for this course is $450.  

Welding 1

$450

with Joe Fountain

Calendar Jan 15, 2020 at 5:30 pm, runs for 10 weeks

This course will include the basics of oxy-acetylene cutting, along with stick welding, most commonly done in industrial and commercial settings. Additionally, this course will include MIG and TIG welding, generally done on thinner material in a weld shop. The primary focus is on safety, along with other topics including identification of alloys, advantages and drawbacks of each welding type, and a general understanding of the welding arc. Students will be able to interpret and critique their own welds, making necessary adjustments to their machine or technique. The course will cover all joints and positions and students will be working with mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum. Students will learn basic terminology and techniques, including cutting steel with a torch and making bead welds with the most common types of stick welding (6010 & 7018). Students will gain the ability to critique and adjust their cuts and welds. The course will cover all joints and positions.  Safety glasses, work boots, MIG or TIG gloves, welding shield, jeans and a cotton shirt are required for every class.

This class meets Wednesdays for 10 weeks. Tuition for this course is $450.  

Full Course

Advanced Manufacturing 300 hour

$3,500

with Adv Mfg Team

Calendar Jan 18, 2020 , runs for 15 weeks

Please contact Bonnie Carr: bcarr@essextech.net regarding course cost and payment options for this program.

The Advanced Manufacturing Program at Essex North Shore Agricultural and Technical School will provide students with a state of the art educational experience placing them on a trajectory to the highly skilled, high demand field of Advanced Manufacturing. Students will learn the high level skills demanded in 21st century Advanced Manufacturing.

Our program prepares students for entry to the high demand field of Advanced Manufacturing by providing them with the highly technical skills that are necessary in this field.   They will follow a course sequence that starts with the basics of manual machining and progresses to advanced multi-axis CNC programming, setup, and operation. Students will be trained on the latest technology, learning the layout process, the setup and procedures necessary to operate equipment such as CNC lathes, CNC milling and turning machines and G-Coding.

Students will also learn Blueprint Reading, Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, Industry Math, Metrology, Inspection, Mastercam and SolidWorks.

Qualified and highly skilled machinists are presently in high demand in the North East and locally on the North Shore, where Advanced Manufacturing is one of our critical industries. Students completing our program will be ready to immediately enter the workforce.

Additionally, our students will have the opportunity to earn industry recognized credentials including NIMS and OSHA.  This course will also include resume preparation and job placement assistance including tours of local manufacturing companies.

The  Advanced Manufacturing Program is a 300-hour training program from 1/18/20-5/30/20.  Classes are held Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday from 4:30 pm to 8:30 pm and Saturdays from 7am to 3:30 pm.  (Dates subject to change based on weather).  Some online coursework is also required.

 

 

Payment plan available: $1,500 deposit plus 2 payments of $1,000.00, paid monthly.

Songwriting

$125

with Erinn Brown

Calendar Jan 18, 2020 at 2 pm, runs for 5 weeks

Songwriting Class for adult pianists and guitarists Saturday afternoons for 5 sessions from January 18th - February 15th 2-3pm.

This course will include melody, harmony, rhythm, phrasing, song form, lyrics and exercises in creative writing.  Students should have some experience with a musical instrument. Some guitar and piano instruction is available if needed. While this is class oriented, each student will be working at their own pace and have individual help from the instructor. The goal is for each student to finish a song by the end of the session. Collaboration is optional.

About the Instructor:  Erinn Brown is an accomplished singer/songwriter, guitarist and pianist with 3 well received Cd's of original music. After graduating Berklee College of Music in Boston, Erinn moved to the North Shore where she performs (with a band, trio, duo or solo) and teaches private music lessons. 

Guitar with Erinn Brown

$125

with Erinn Brown

Calendar Jan 18, 2020 at 3:30 pm, runs for 5 weeks

New class for adult guitarists Saturday afternoons for 5 sessions from January 18th - February 15th 3:30-4:30pm.

Erinn will send description

About the Instructor:  Erinn Brown is an accomplished singer/songwriter, guitarist and pianist with 3 well received Cd's of original music. After graduating Berklee College of Music in Boston, Erinn moved to the North Shore where she performs (with a band, trio, duo or solo) and teaches private music lessons. 





Forgot password?