Basic Electricity

This online course is a study of basic electricity principles. Topics include electrical safety, atomic structure, Ohm’s Law, series, parallel and combination circuits, wire sizes, various types of direct current (DC) batteries, and alternating current (AC) circuits. This program is 100% online. This course can include a hands-on lab component for local employers. Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

DaysDatesTimeHoursLocationPrice
OnlineStarts WeeklySelf-Paced25Online$450

This online course covers the interpretation of technical drawings and diagrams for the following systems; electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic, refrigeration and HVAC, welding, and piping.

Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

DaysDatesTimeHoursPrice
OnlineClasses Start WeeklySelf-paced10$499.00

This 55-hour course is a study of programmable control systems with emphases on basic programming techniques. Commonly used terms, major PLC components, relay logic and PLC troubleshooting topics are covered. The course includes an online (20 hours) and hands-on lab (35 hours) component.

This course is designed for local employers. Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

This 40-hour hybrid course focuses on electrical troubleshooting of various electrical components. Included in the course is proper and safe use of multimeters, troubleshooting voltage inconsistencies in motors, fuses, pushbuttons, contacts, breaker panels, and sensors. The course will also discuss troubleshooting power issues. The course includes an online (10 hours) and hands-on lab (30 hours) component.

This course is designed for local employers. Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

This 30-hour hybrid course covers mechanical transmission devices, including procedures for installation, removal, and maintenance of bearings, flat belts, V-belts, chains, gears and couplings. The course includes an online (10 hours) and hands-on lab (20 hours) component.

This course is designed for local employers. Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

This 25-hour hybrid course is a study of basic robotics in industry. Topics include introduction to industrial robots, industrial robotic arms, programming, and programming syntax and commands. The course includes an online (8 hours) and hands-on lab (17 hours) component.

This course is designed for local employers. Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

Class Hours: 160 hours In four to eight short weeks, students will be ready to pass the Class A Commercial Driver’s License exam and hit the road as a licensed commercial truck driver. Students will get classroom and highway instruction as they train to sign on with a trucking company or become their own boss as an owner-operator of a commercial vehicle. Graduates will be prepared to test for a Class A Commercial Driver’s License. If accepted into the program, students are required to obtain a Commercial Learner’s Permit, a 10-year driving record obtained from DMV, a DOT drug screening and a DOT physical before they can be fully registered for a class. The program has been inspected, approved and licensed by the S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles. All instructors meet the department’s standards and are certified by the DMV. Students are given the opportunity to take the CDL driving test in the same vehicle they used to complete their training. CCTC has partnered with Ancora Education to provide the CDL Training Certificate. The entire registration process can take several weeks to complete and must start at a Central Carolina Technical College campus. For more information about the CDL program registration process, please contact them at etc@cctech.edu or 803.778.6656 Classroom Hours: Approximately 40 hours. The remainder of the time will be spent on the range and in the trucks. Classes are scheduled on a regular basis in one of the following formats: Weekday: Monday – Thursday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (four-week session) or Weekend: Saturday – Sunday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (eight-week session)

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Basic Introduction to Computers is a course is for people who have never or rarely used a computer, though computer users will learn many new things too. Students will learn the physical parts of a computer (CPU, keyboard, monitor, mouse, etc.) and how they work. How to navigate the Microsoft windows desktop platform, the file and folder management system, Microsoft windows edge and google. We will explore using computer programs to connect to the internet and introduce you to electronic mail (email). We will also cover some security issues and suggestions for protecting your identity.

There is no charge to attend this course, seats are limited to 10 (ten) students

Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information. 

AMTTC Sumter
DaysDatesTimeHoursLocationCost
ThurNovember 9, 20233:00 pm – 6:00 pm3AMTTC SumterFree
ThurJanuary 18, 20243:00 pm – 6:00 pm3AMTTC SumterFree
ThurMay 9, 20243:00 pm – 6:00 pm3AMTTC SumterFree
Lee County Site
DaysDatesTimeHoursLocationCost
FriNovember 10, 20239:00 am – 12:00 pm3Lee County SiteFree
FriJanuary 26, 20249:00 am – 12:00 pm3Lee County SiteFree
FriMarch 8, 20249:00 am – 12:00 pm3Lee County SiteFree
Clarendon County Campus (F.E. Dubose)
DaysDatesTimeHoursLocationCost
ThurDecember 7, 20233:00 pm – 6:00 pm3Clarendon County Campus (F.E. Dubose)Free
ThurJanuary 25, 20243:00 pm – 6:00 pm3Clarendon County Campus (F.E. Dubose)Free
ThurApril 18, 20243:00 pm – 6:00 pm3Clarendon County Campus (F.E. Dubose)Free
Kershaw County Campus (Fred R. Sheheen Center for Excellence)
DaysDatesTimeHoursLocationCost
FriDecember 8, 20239:00 am – 12:00 pm3Kershaw County CampusFree
FriJanuary 12, 20249:00 am – 12:00 pm3Kershaw County CampusFree
FriMarch 22, 20249:00 am – 12:00 pm3Kershaw County CampusFree

This 6-hour introductory course provides the fundamentals of instruction for adult learners. The course will cover learning styles, basic personality styles and the impact on learning, different delivery methodologies, and modalities. The course will provide the necessary fundamentals of your personnel to provide effective on the job training to other employees. In addition, the students will leave with an understanding how to provide and receive feedback and how to evaluate the effectiveness of training. The course can be customized for your organization.

Additional and more in-depth courses on instruction and adult learning theory are available upon request.

Call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu for more information.

Have you wanted to be part of something bigger? Looking for a new career?

Central Carolina Technical College has partnered with Becton Dickinson, Caterpillar, Continental Inc, and the Eaton Corporation to create a manufacturing orientation course. This intense week-long course consists of classroom and hands-on training that will prepare students for a career in the manufacturing industry. The course will help you to write résumés and answer questions during a job interview. Each student will refresh basic math skills and learn some of the basic tools for the manufacturing industry including torquing and precision measurements. Each student will learn to interpret and follow work instructions, understand industrial safety and work place ergonomics. The course will culminate in a day-long simulated work environment that will award a Six Sigma Yellow Belt. Each class is limited to 11 students and will be filled on a first-come first-serve basis. Scholarship opportunities are available for this course.

Notice: Completion of the course does not guarantee employment.

Click here for information on scholarship opportunities. Scholarships are limited.

For more information, call 803-778-6656 or email training@cctech.edu

DaysDatesTimeHoursLocationCost
M-ThMarch 25 – March 28, 20248:00 am – 5:30 pm8.5Sumter AMTTC$3000.00
M-ThApril 8 – April 11, 20248:00 am – 5:30 pm8.5Sumter AMTTC$3000.00
M-ThApril 29 – May 3, 20248:00 am – 5:30 pm8.5Sumter AMTTC$3000.00
M-FMay 20 – May 24, 20248:00 am – 5:30 pm8.5Sumter AMTTC$3000.00
M-FJune 24 – June 28, 20248:00 am – 5:30 pm8.5Sumter AMTTC$3000.00