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1 Course Catalog Free Training for Eligible Members

2 welcome Welcome to the BJ Training Fund Course Catalog! The Training Fund offers a wide range of industry and basic education programs designed specifically for building service workers. These courses are developed with input from building owners and union members to give you the skills you need to succeed. Best of all it is completely free of charge for eligible members! Below are just a few of the highlights you can look forward to this upcoming school year: New Training Headquarters manhattan, ny: The Training Fund has moved to a new facility with 22 brand new fully-equipped classrooms that allow for enhanced hands-on learning opportunities in carpentry, plumbing, electricity, and computer classes. new haven, ct: The Training Fund is now in a new building on the Gateway College Campus. This building is the first gold-certified LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) public building in Connecticut. License and Required Training Updates new york: Up-to-the-minute curriculum to reflect the most recent FDNY changes to Fire Safety, Standpipe and Sprinkler, and Air Pollution Certificate of Fitness Exams. new jersey: New offerings of Black Seal training to ensure compliance in schools. Security manhattan, ny: Continued partnership with John Jay College of Criminal Justice to provide advanced security training. Green manhattan, ny: The Training Fund continues to offer new courses aimed at commercial building service workers and advanced training for those who completed the 1,000 Green Supers Program. bronx, ny: A new Solar Photovoltaic Introduction Course to offered at Hostos College. Expanded Course Offerings stamford, ct: We will offer Electricity Basics for the first time. hackensack, nj: Develop your industry skills by attending Electricity Basics, Plumbing Basics, and Carpentry Basics. all locations: The Training Fund has revised citizenship classes to help legal residents become active U.S. citizens. Education at the 32BJ Training Fund provides a rich opportunity for you to attain your educational and career objectives whether you work in commercial, residential, or public school buildings. We offer evening and Saturday schedules to accommodate working students and nontraditional students returning to the classroom after an absence. Sincerely, Michael P. Fishman Howard I. Rothschild Chairman Secretary

3 32BJ Thomas Shortman Training Fund The 32BJ Training Fund is a joint labor-management partnership that offers training to eligible participants at no cost. The fund is supported by contributions negotiated between 32BJ SEIU and participating employers. Our mission is to train every participant to grow to the next level. We want to continually raise the standards of our industry by providing 32BJ members with the tools they need to meet the challenges of a changing industry. Advisory Committee The Advisory Committee informs the Board of Trustees about industry practices and suggests courses based on the needs of the building maintenance and real estate industry. The Advisory Committee is composed of both labor and management representatives. The committee is co-chaired by: Lenore Friedlaender Vice President, 32BJ SEIU Howard I. Rothschild President, Realty Advisory Board on Labor Relations, Inc. Committee Members Barbara Andino 32BJ SEIU John Angarola Fisher Brothers Kyle Bragg 32BJ SEIU Jeremy Bressler Guardian Service Industries, Inc. Kevin Brown 32BJ SEIU-NJ Tony Castiglione 32BJ SEIU Jaime Contreras 32BJ SEIU-DC/MD/VA Ana Dziubek 32BJ SEIU John Egan 32BJ SEIU Peter Finn Realty Advisory Board on Labor Relations, Inc. Naser Gjeloshi BMS LLC Virginia Gomez 32BJ SEIU Richard Grande 32BJ SEIU Carmen Guerrlich 32BJ SEIU-CT Andrew Hoffman Stonehenge Partners Paul Hogan The Durst Organization Avi Itzikowitz Atco Properties & Management, Inc. Denis Johnston 32BJ SEIU David Link FJC Security Services Steve Long 32BJ SEIU Derrick Lovett MBD Community Housing Corporation David Martinez Collins Building Services Albert Mayas Charles H. Greenthal & Co. Kevin McCann Cushman Wakefield Tom Napoli Glenwood Management Victor Nazario 32BJ SEIU John Pagnotta 32BJ SEIU Keith Pahira Temco Services Elly Pateras Douglas Elliman Property Management Luis Ramos 32BJ SEIU Mary Ann Rothman Council of New York Cooperatives & Condominiums Mark Roytman 32BJ SEIU John Sarich 32BJ SEIU Burt Scipio 32BJ SEIU John Sicree Brown, Harris, Stevens Fred Surace American Building Maintenance Kurt Westby 32BJ SEIU-CT Board of Trustees Labor Trustees Michael P. Fishman Chairman of the Board Kevin J. Doyle Trustee Hector J. Figueroa Trustee John Pagnotta Trustee Employer Trustees Howard I. Rothschild Secretary of the Board Charles C. Dorego Trustee John C. Santora Trustee Fred Ward Trustee Administration Susan Cowell Executive Director, 32BJ Benefit Funds Training Administration Linda G. Nelson Director Michael Green Deputy Director James Leggio Deputy Director James Barry Manager, Program Development Fred Terry Manager, Training Training Staff Victor Aguilar Office Assistant Benjamin Andrews Safety Coordinator Joel Andrews E-Learning Specialist/ Instructor Observer Michaela Boren Data and Special Projects Emilia Chape Operations Assistant Lourdes Foster Administrative Assistant Alex Glukhov Communications Assistant Jennie Gusewelle Curriculum Media Developer Richard Harris Marketing and Communications Assistant Andrew Horton Safety Coordinator, Window Cleaning Sushil Kapadia Budget and Reporting Analyst Amy Martinez Office Manager Robert Muldoon Assistant Manager, Green Programs Victor Olivera Toolroom Coordinator Margot Osborne Curriculum/Instructor Development Coordinator Nicholas Prigo Assistant Manager, Program Development Carolina Puente Operations Assistant Jose Rosa Industry Clerk Anuj Sachdeva Technology Analyst Tom Thering Instructor Development Specialist Ivonne Velazquez Administrative Assistant Sonia Velez Services Representative Anthony Zotto Industry Consultant Site Managers Site Manager names and contact information listed on the location pages. 32BJ Training FUND

4 eligibility / REGISTRA Eligibility Eligibility for the 32BJ Training Fund is fully detailed in the Summary Plan Description (SPD) available online at training.32bjfunds.com or by calling Member Services at BJ (3225), Mon Fri, 8am 5pm. Your eligibility depends on the particular collective bargaining agreement or participation agreement covering your employment. Generally, the waiting period for training is 90 days unless otherwise specified in your collective bargaining agreement or participation agreement. If you work for the Public School Division, you must be employed for 3 months, working an average of 60 hours a month, to take classes. If you become ineligible and are out of work for more than 90 days, you will be required to complete the waiting period again. If you are taking a class when you become ineligible you will be allowed to complete your classes for that trimester. On-Site Classes If you, a management company, or building owner have 10 or more eligible participants interested in attending a class and have appropriate space, the 32BJ Training Fund can present classes marked with the symbol at your building. Call for more details. Creating an Environment for Learning Participants who take courses through the 32BJ Training Fund are hardworking people who make a commitment to their personal and professional development. Our Rules & Regulations are distributed at the start of each course. You are expected not only to read the Rules & Regulations, but also to show your fellow students the respect they deserve by abiding by these rules. Registration Information Every eligible member will have an equal opportunity to register for courses. Enrollment in high-demand courses will be determined by lottery, not on a first-come, first-served basis. Note that courses may be canceled if enrollment is less than anticipated. Phone Registration You can register over the phone for a course or seminar. Please call (in NYC) or (toll-free outside NYC) on the registration dates specified on the location pages. Online Registration Go to training.32bjfunds.com and follow the instructions. Note the registration dates given on the location pages. Please note that some online courses require an in-person meeting. See the schedule under the course title for details. Walk-In Registration at Manhattan Headquarters (See page 36) What to Bring Union ID to gain access to the building. Name(s) of course(s) you want to take and days and times that you are available to take the courses Original copy of U.S. high school diploma or original copy of your GED (for those without diplomas or GED results, alternative testing arrangements will be made at the time of your registration) If you are a new member, you may be asked to provide a pay stub to verify eligibility for classes If you miss the registration dates for any location, call or Registration periods are listed on the location pages. Attendance Policy Minimum attendance of 80 percent is required. Course/Seminar Prerequisites Some courses and seminars require you to complete a prerequisite a preparatory course before you enroll. Some courses require minimum reading and math skills. Mastery of these skills can be established by presenting a U.S. high school diploma, or GED, or by passing a standardized test at registration. These prerequisites are noted above the course description if they are required. Emergency School Closings To inquire about the possible cancellation of classes in the event of a weather emergency or other hazardous conditions, call for courses in Manhattan. For other locations contact your Site Manager for information. Notice of Nondiscrimination Policy The 32BJ Training Fund does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ethnicity, or religion in the administration of its educational or admission policies. Test Out Available The 32BJ Training Fund allows members to test out of some prerequisite courses, where available. This is indicated above the course descriptions. 2 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

5 TION / calendar Calendar * Registration Dates Holidays Important Class Dates Monday, August 6 Thursday, August 23, 2012 Registration: Fall Trimester Saturday, September 15, 2012 First day of classes: Fall Trimester Wednesday, November 21 Saturday, November 24, 2012 Thanksgiving weekend: No classes Monday, November 19 Thursday, December 13, 2012 Registration: Winter Trimester Friday, December 7, 2012 Last day of classes: Fall Trimester Saturday, January 5, 2013 First day of classes: Winter Trimester Monday, January 21, 2013 Martin Luther King Jr. s Birthday: No classes Monday, February 18, 2013 President s Day: No classes Monday, March 4 Saturday, March 23, 2013 Registration: Spring Trimester Friday, March 22, 2013 Last day of classes: Winter Trimester Saturday, April 6, 2013 First day of classes: Spring Trimester Saturday, May 25 Monday, May 27, 2013 Memorial Day Weekend: No classes Monday, June 24, 2013 Last day of classes: Spring Trimester *This calendar applies to the Manhattan, NY location Register for classes and more at: training.32bjfunds.com n Print Your Transcript Logging In for the First Time n n n n n n n n n Follow Your Progress /Letter Notification of Classes and Seminars Take Online Courses Obtain Missed Homework Assignments Print Your Own Certificates Blog with Instructors/ Classmates Download Online Reference Materials Form an Online Study Group Download Class Notes All eligible members of 32BJ have accounts in our online Learning Management System (LMS). 1) Go to 2) Your Log in ID is your first initial + last name + the last four digits of your Social Security number. For example: John Smith with a Social Security number of would format his username: jsmith6789 (Note: no hyphens are included in the Log in ID). 3) Your first password is password Use the word password (all lowercase). You are now ready to register for classes, view your transcript, print certificates and much more. Call if you have any trouble logging in. 32BJ Training FUND

6 Courses & Seminars About Courses & Seminars COURSES (indicated in blue) take place over an entire trimester, which are weeks long. The length is indicated under each course title and is shown in the following format:. SEMINARS (indicated in orange) vary in length, ranging from a single session up to nine sessions. The number and length of sessions is indicated under each seminar title and is shown in the following format: Two 3-hour sessions. Please check pages to be sure that the course or seminar you are interested in is offered at your preferred location, and at a time when you can attend. Courses and seminars are offered at day, evening, and weekend times. WEEKDAY SESSIONS last 2 3 hours and meet once or twice per week. WEEKEND SESSIONS last 2 6 hours and meet once per week. Some schedules have a minute meal break included. Symbols Key Available in Spanish Available On-Site Certification College Credit Available Green Course New Course Online Course Partnership Air Compressors: Certificate of Fitness Test Preparation Two 3-hour sessions Prepare to take the FDNY Examination for Certificate of Fitness to Operate Air Compressors. Certificate holders are equipped to make minor repairs and perform maintenance on air compressors, including changing the oil and the air filter. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I Prerequisites: Electricity Basics and Plumbing Basics Gain an understanding of basic refrigeration theories and principles. Learn the principles of heat, heat flow, refrigerants, temperature, and the pressure-temperature relationship within the refrigeration system. Review proper soldering and brazing techniques through hands-on practice. Learn about new environmentally friendly refrigerants. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration II Prerequisite: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I Troubleshoot and make mechanical and electrical repairs to domestic refrigerators. Learn the basic cycle of a domestic refrigerator, and the tools and techniques used to install pressure gauges as per EPA regulations. Understand system pressure, recovery, evacuation, charging, and methods used to leak-check systems. Read electrical schematics and understand basic motor principles and operation. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration III Prerequisite: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration II Prepare to take the EPA Universal Refrigerant Handling Certificate Test. Troubleshoot and make mechanical and electrical repairs on domestic and light commercial AC systems and refrigeration controls. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration: Absorption Systems Prerequisite: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration III Learn basic absorption theory, operations, and maintenance. Understand the internal cycle of the absorption machine. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration: EPA Certification for Refrigerant Recovery Five 3-hour sessions Prepare and take the EPA Certification for the Refrigeration License Preparation Course or for Refrigeration License renewal. Learn about the test format, core general knowledge, the Clean Air Act, dehydration, safety, leak detection, and Type 1, 2, and 3 requirements. The exam will be administered in the final class. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. 4 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

7 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration: Variable Air Volume Three 3-hour sessions Prerequisite: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration III Acquire an understanding of air flow concepts and associated standards. Learn how to set and maintain thermostats as well as how to troubleshoot air volume issues. Air Pollution Control Prerequisite: Appropriate reading and math level, or high school diploma, or GED Prepare to take the New York City Department of Environmental Protection s Air Pollution Control Examination and the FDNY s Certificate of Fitness Examination for #6 Low PSI Boiler. Review methods of energy conservation, identify types of fuel oil, and learn how to protect air quality. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. Alarm Systems Prerequisite: Electricity Basics Select the right alarm system for a building facility, construct a basic system, or supervise installation. Review various alarm systems methods of installation. Study circuits, switches, and panels. Appliance Troubleshooting Prerequisite: Electricity Basics Troubleshoot root causes of appliance malfunctions. Working with a wide range of appliances, learn to identify and repair basic problems and make environmentally sound decisions on when replacement is warranted. Asbestos Awareness One 2-hour session Learn about asbestos health hazards, where they are likely to be found, and how to handle a situation where asbestos will be disturbed. Blueprint Reading Prerequisite: Appropriate reading and math level, or high school diploma, or GED Learn to read and understand blueprints. Review symbols, scale, and other basic concepts related to repair and renovation projects in residential and commercial buildings. Blueprints: An Introduction Interpret basic blueprints and schematics. Review blueprint symbols and learn what will be covered in the Blueprint Reading course. Boiler Feed Water Testing and Treatment One 6-hour session or TWO 3-hour sessions Prerequisite: Heating Systems I Acquire the skills and knowledge to test and treat boiler water properly. Assess the type of water; learn to control corrosives, chlorides, and ph; feed water testing, operation of the shunt feeder, and chemical safety. partner: new york city housing authority It was a wonderful experience. The Training Fund helped me become a citizen. Marlen Zelada, Cleaner, Performance Environmental Service, Hartford, CT 32BJ Training FUND

8 Courses & Seminars NYC Administrative Codes and Local Laws. In Microsoft Excel, create work schedules, payroll timesheets, and building maintenance records. Access compliance information, license status of tradespeople, and building violations online. Boiler Parts and Accessories, Brooklyn, NY Boiler Parts and Accessories two 6-hour sessions or four 3-hour sessions Understand the basics of heat and heat transfer. Learn to identify the various types of boilers, their operating controls, safeties, burner equipment, and feedwater piping. Understand both gas and oil supply systems as well as heat and hot water controls. partner: new york city housing authority Building Insurance: Who Is Covered? One 2-hour session Understand who and what is covered by a building s Certificates of Liability Insurance and Workers Compensation Insurance. Learn the differences between Home Owners Insurance and Building Insurance policies and what additional coverage should be in place during renovation projects or special events in the building. Building Management I: Budgets and Preventative Maintenance Prerequisites: Appropriate reading and math level, or high school diploma, or GED, and Computer II Understand the budget review process, develop an operating budget, and interpret building financials. Understand how preventative maintenance affects a building budget and financials. Create budgets and preventative maintenance schedules in Microsoft Excel. Building Management II: Documentation and the Law Prerequisite: Building Management I: Budgets and Preventative Maintenance Understand the legal requirements of property management, including OSHA, Fair Housing, EEOC, and compliance with Building Management III: Project Management Prerequisites: Building Management II and completion of, or concurrent registration in, OSHA 30-Hour Outreach Training Complete rehabilitation projects on schedule and within budget. Understand construction contracts, alteration agreements, payment breakdowns, and requistioning. Adhere to building codes and safety procedures and identify nonconforming work. Know when to use outside contractors and how to interact with them. Complete punch list items. Develop a capital budget. Building Management: Ethics Explore ethical issues in simple terms and develop models necessary to evaluate situations and make sound ethical decisions. Topics include models of ethical decision making, ethics in fair housing, and conflicts of interest. partner: new york association of realty managers Building Management: Everything You Wanted to Know, But Were Afraid to Ask Learn how a management company operates on a day-to-day basis. Discussions will include a review of procedures on back office, staff management, and hiring building staff. 6 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

9 Business Writing Prerequisite: Appropriate reading level, or high school diploma, or GED Improve your writing and enhance your communication skills. Learn to write an effective business letter and memo, and how to update your résumé. Through interactive exercises and one-on-one feedback become a more effective writer. See page 19 to learn more about taking this course online. Carpentry Basics Prerequisites: Appropriate reading and math level, or high school diploma, or GED, successful completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, Tools of the Trade (Test Out available) Operate tools within industry guidelines; make minor floor, wall, and ceiling repairs; and perform basic carpentry tasks. Identify materials, tools, and repair techniques. Learn to diagnose problems and perform minor repairs through hands-on experience. Chemical Safety in the Workplace Learn about the hazards associated with common chemicals found in the workplace and how to best protect yourself. Gain knowledge of OSHA s hazard communication requirements, hazardous materials, material safety data sheets, and personal protective equipment. Also learn about the safe handling and use of chemicals and spill-prevention techniques. Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation various Prerequisite: English as a Second Language I or the proven ability to speak and write English Prepare for the U.S. Citizenship Examination. Study U.S. history and government structure, practice the citizenship interview, and review the questions on the newest version of the citizenship exam. Seminar will include presentations by the Legal Fund on the immigration process and available funds benefits. partner: 32bj legal fund Cleaning: Products and Techniques Six 3-HOur Sessions Prerequisite: Appropriate reading level, or high school diploma, or GED Understand how to safely use cleaning chemicals, machinery, and equipment according to industry and OSHA guidelines. Learn which cleaning agents, equipment, and techniques are appropriate for various surfaces. Acquire strategies for low-impact environmental cleaning and housekeeping. Learn to operate and maintain floor care machines. Training will include lecture, demonstrations, and hands-on practices. partner: new york city housing authority Combustion Safety Testing one 3-hour session Learn to identify the CAZ (Combustion Appliance Zone) worst-case scenarios, calculate depressurization limits, calculate proper chimney draft according to outside air conditions, and be introduced to the tools (manometers, combustion efficiency analyzers) to perform these tests. Also learn to properly evaluate the results of diagnostic testing and the current BPI guidelines to address deficiencies or hazardous conditions uncovered during testing. College at CUNY Fall classes begin in August. Call now! If you have a high school diploma or GED, and want to attend the City University of New York, call Kevin Simmons at the Joseph S. Murphy Institute at or call the 32BJ Training Fund at for information on how to get started. The following free seminars will prepare you to take the ACT exam, which is the CUNY entrance test. College Preparation: ACT Writing Fourteen 2-hour sessions Prepare for the CUNY ACT Writing assessment test. College Preparation: ACT Writing/Math Ten 2.5-hour sessions Prepare for the CUNY ACT Writing and Math assessment tests. College Preparation: Math 1/Basic Ten 2-hour sessions Study math operations, word problems, and elementary algebra. 32BJ Training FUND

10 Courses & Seminars Communication Workshop: TheatreWorks 16 weeks Enhance your writing and communication skills. This dynamic course provides 32BJ members the opportunity to collaborate with professional performers to explore workplace issues in a creative setting. It will culminate in a public production of works developed in the workshop. partner: theatreworks Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) ten 3-hour sessions or six 5.5-hour sessions Undergo an intensive training program that raises awareness about emergencies and disasters and provides basic response skills needed for fire safety, light search and rescue, disaster medical operations, and traffic control. After graduating, teams support their local communities by assisting with emergency education and response. partner: new york city office of emergency management Compactor Maintenance Two 6-Hour Sessions or Four 3-Hour Sessions Acquire the skills to service and maintain hydraulic compression compactors. Learn about the compactor s electrical, hydraulic, deodorizing and fire protection systems. partner: new york city housing authority Computer-Assisted Design (CAD) Prerequisites: Blueprint Reading and Computer III Learn the fundamentals of Computer- Assisted Design (CAD), utilizing Auto- CAD. The course focuses on the principles and conventions of CAD as used by the drafting/engineering professional, including drawing tools, poly-lines, layers, text, and dimensioning. Computer: Basics/ New Users (Test Out available) Learn basic computer skills and terminology, keyboard familiarity, mouse techniques, and navigation in Microsoft Windows. Establish a free account and browse the Internet, including industry, 32BJ, and Benefit Funds websites, and shop for building supplies online. Learn about online security precautions, avoiding scams, free antispyware, and first stage troubleshooting. Computer: Hardware Prerequisite: Computer: Basics/New Users (Test Out available) Identify the physical components of a personal computer. Install, uninstall, and test hardware, such as motherboards, chips, memory, floppy drives, and hard drives, and build a PC from scratch. Install the Windows operating system and maintenance software. Format and create partitions on a hard drive. Today I have the satisfaction of having taken and obtained my Black Seal Low Pressure License. I invite all of my colleagues to take advantage of the opportunity offered by the union. It is well worth it. Clementina Peña, Custodian, GCA Services, Ridgewood, New Jersey 8 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

11 Computer: Internet Basics/Word Processing (MS Word) Prerequisite: Computer: Basics/New Users (Test Out available) Learn to use search engines effectively, and participate in listservs and blogs. Learn how to keep personal information and computers secure. Create log-in sheets, résumés, fliers, and letters using Microsoft Word and an online word processor, use tables and templates, copy and paste between applications, and organize files. Understand the work, political and personal applications of social networking, how to use Skype, and understand options for hard-drive backup. Computer: PowerPoint Four 3-Hour Sessions Prerequisite: Computer: Internet Basics/ Word Processing (MS Word) Learn how to create presentations for employers and staff. Create a master slide, insert graphics, audio and video, animate text and create charts. See page 19 to learn more about taking this course online. Computer: Running a Building with a Computer Prerequisite: Computer: Spreadsheets (MS Excel) Build on Microsoft Excel and user privilege concepts in working with building management databases, including Building Link and Microsoft Access. Import data between programs. Evaluate building management software on the basis of this experience. Create a simple database in Microsoft Access. Create-a-Course or Seminar Prerequisite: Completion of course request form, available online at Suggest a work-related topic that you would like covered and enlist at least 10 qualified members who will commit to taking a course. We will make every effort to address that topic either as a full trimester course or as a shorter seminar. Computer: Spreadsheets (MS Excel) Prerequisite: Computer: Basics/New Users (Test Out available) Enter and format data in an online spreadsheet and in Microsoft Excel. Use formulas and templates to create budgets and invoices and calculate sales tax and mortgage payments. Illustrate data through charts, and study list management, absolute cell references, and filtering. Learn about data types and data validation. See page 19 to learn more about taking this course online. CPR/Defibrillator for Adults and Children One 4-hour session Gain American Heart Association certification in CPR/Defibrillator. Learn appropriate responses to heart attacks, choking, diabetic shock, and how to stabilize victims until EMS arrives. partner: american heart association Crisis Prevention and Management Two 4-hour sessions Learn how to effectively respond to and manage emergency and crisis situations and become familiar with methodology on crisis prevention. Learn tips on how to recognize and resolve issues before they turn into crisis situations. Custodian Engineer Exam Preparation 6 weeks Prerequisite: Actively employed in a public school environment Prepare to take the Custodian Engineer Exam. The course is geared toward Assistant Custodians. Review cleaning tools and their uses, tools used for minor maintenance and repair, and health and safety issues in custodial work. Learn about the test format, what the job involves, how to qualify, and how to apply. Learn techniques to improve your score. Customer Service Two 2-Hour Sessions or one 4-Hour Session Learn how to deal effectively with tenants, employers, coworkers, and members of the public. Through discussion and role playing learn about conflict resolution, professional conduct, and communication skills. Computers, Washington, D.C. 32BJ Training FUND

12 Courses & Seminars Electricity Basics Prerequisites: Appropriate reading and math level, or high school diploma, or GED, successful completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, Tools of the Trade (Test Out available) Identify wires, cables, and service distribution panels. Safely install switches, receptacles, doorbells, and lighting fixtures. Learn basics of electrical theory, Ohm s law, electrical codes, and how to make electrical repairs. Review energy efficiency practices, including installing motion sensors, efficient lamps, and lighting fixtures. Electricity: Troubleshooting Two 6-hour sessions or four 3-hour sessions Prerequisite: Electricity Basics Learn to troubleshoot and repair different types of fluorescent light fixtures and low-voltage systems. You will see demonstrations of various repairs and then have an opportunity to practice making the repairs yourself. partner: new york city housing authority English as a Second Language I: The Basics of Conversation and Grammar Master basic conversation skills, pronunciation, and simple sentence structure. This multi-trimester class is designed for beginning English students. Acquire the basic language skills needed to communicate on the job, with schools, and in the community. Learn to use declarative sentences, with the simple past, present, continuous present, and future tenses. English as a Second Language II: Conversation and Communication Prerequisite: English as a Second Language I, instructor reference, or appropriate score on standardized English as a Second Language test Learn how to converse in work and social situations and write short communications. Discuss workplace-related topics and review readings done both in and out of the classroom. Become more comfortable with spoken and written English. English as a Second Language III: Discussion, Reading and Writing Prerequisite: English as a Second Language II, instructor reference, or appropriate score on standardized English as a Second Language test Express complex ideas and communicate effectively in the work environment. Understand the meaning and appropriate use of all verb tenses and be prepared to take the Reading and Writing course. Through discussion, reading and writing, students will learn idiomatic expressions and how to exchange complicated information. English as a Second Language: Pronunciation Intensive Six 3-hour sessions Prerequisite: Students must have completed or be currently enrolled in an English as a Second Language or Reading and Writing Improve your English pronunciation in this conversation-only seminar. Equipment Maintenance: 2-Cycle Engines/ Snowblowers Three 3-hour sessions Acquire the skills to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair snowblowers. Learn to replace the drive belt, make clutch adjustments, maintain the power drive, and other troubleshooting techniques. partner: new york city housing authority Exercise for the Workplace Prerequisite: Injured or pregnant participants must have their doctor s permission to enroll Work with a certified personal trainer to perform work-related physical tasks correctly and safely and learn ways to increase strength, balance, flexibility, and cardiovascular fitness. Receive nutritional guidance. Facilities Management Learn to coordinate and oversee safe, secure, and sound operations and maintenance of your building in a cost-effective manner. Explore ways to meet the needs of tenants, coordinate vendor and engineering services, inventory control, major capitol improvements, and also meet the day-to-day demands of maintaining and upgrading your building. 10 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

13 Financial Education Prerequisites: Actively employed in the Washington, D.C. area Learn to create a budget, manage credit, and set short-term and long-term financial goals. Review the financial tools you can use to reach your goals, receive guidance on how to purchase a home, and gain an understanding of various types of mortgages. Also learn about identity theft, money scams, and debt reduction. Fire Alarm Systems Prepare to take the FDNY s Certificate of Fitness examination for Supervision of Fire Alarm Systems and Other Related Systems (S-95). The new Fire Code adopted in July 2008 vastly changed the requirements for the supervision of all fire alarm systems. The old code only required supervision for Interior Fire Alarm Systems. The new code affects thousands of fire alarm systems in buildings that previously did not require a Certificate of Fitness holder. This seminar will review the fire alarm control panels, fire alarm system power supplies, fire alarm initiating devices, manual or pull devices, carbon monoxide detectors, sprinkler water flow detectors, supervisory devices, and other components of the fire alarm system. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. Fire Guard for Office Buildings Prepare to take the FDNY s certificate of Fitness Examination for Fire Guard. This test is good for all tests in the Fire Guard Series, including the new F-01 (Citywide Fire Guard for Impairments), which replaces the old F-36 and F-91. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. Fire Safety Director: Building Operation Maintenance and Record Keeping Two 4.5-hour sessions Prerequisite: Must possess a valid Fire Safety Director Certificate of Fitness Prepare and qualify to renew your Certificate of Fitness for Fire Safety Director and come up to date on 2008 changes to the New York City Fire Code and Rules. Completion of this Renewal Update seminar will qualify Fire Safety Directors to renew their certificates of fitness. Current Fire Safety Director Certificate of Fitness Holders must successfully complete this seminar in order to renew their certificates. Bring your FSD Certificate of Fitness with you to class. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. Fire Safety Director for Commercial Buildings Prerequisites: Three years of experience in building services, and appropriate math and reading level, or high school diploma, or GED Prepare to take the FDNY s Certificate of Fitness examination for Fire Safety Director as required in Class B (Office) or Class R-1 commercial buildings. Learn to develop and implement a fire safety and prevention plan. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. Fire Safety Director: On-Site Update Prepare for the FDNY On-Site examination. The FSD On-Site exam has recently been significantly revised to include requirements of the 2008 New York City Fire Code; this seminar will address these new requirements. Before I took class, I didn t speak well. Now, I can have a better conversation with people and I have more confidence. My classes were very exciting and all my teachers motivated the students. Oscar Velasquez, Cleaner, Building Service Management, Inc., Hyattsville, MD 32BJ Training FUND

14 COURSES & Seminars operator s log for the examiner s review during approval of the application. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. Fire Safety Director, Manhattan, NY Fire Safety/ Emergency Action Plan (EAP I): Written Two 4.5-hour sessions Prerequisite: Must possess a valid Fire Safety Director Certificate of Fitness and work in a building with an approved EAP Prepare and qualify to take the FDNY Emergency Action Plan Director test (Rule 3 RCNY 9-08). Learn about shelter in place, in-building relocation, full building evacuations, bomb threats, hazardous material incidents, weather-related emergencies, and blackouts. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. Fire Safety/ Emergency Action Plan (EAP II): On-Site One 2-hour session Prerequisite: Must have passed EAP written examination Prepare and qualify to take the FDNY Emergency Action Plan On-Site Director test (Rule 3 RCNY 9-08). Review the four parts of the EAP On-Site Exam: Building Familiarization, Demonstration of Skills, Non-Fire Emergency Scenarios and Knowledge of Training requirements. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. Fire Safety for Residential Buildings Learn to conduct fire safety inspections and learn what is needed to comply with applicable codes and standards. Fireman: Black Seal Preparation Prerequisite: Actively employed school custodian in NJ Acquire the reading and math skills needed to prepare to take the test for Fireman, Low Pressure Black Seal in Charge, which enables students to work in boiler rooms or refrigeration facilities in the state of New Jersey. Learn about the application process with the state. Fireman: High Pressure Black Seal Prerequisite: Actively employed school custodian in NJ Prepare to sit for the High Pressure Fireman s License examination. State eligibility requires that an applicant MUST have worked as a helper, apprentice or assistant to a licensed fireman in a high pressure plant for at least three months. The Bureau of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Compliance may request a copy of a boiler Fireman: Low Pressure Black Seal Prerequisite: Actively employed school custodian in NJ Learn about the application process with the state. Note that students in this course should have their 90-hour logbook completed or close to completion prior to enrolling in this course. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. GED Preparation I: The Five Subject Areas Prerequisite: Math and reading scores of 6.0 on a standardized test Improve skills in social studies, history, science, math, reading, and writing to a high school level. Read analytically and interpret graphs and illustrations. Through individual diagnostic assessments, students focus on the subject areas in which they need the most help. See page 19 to learn more about taking this course online. GED Preparation II: Test-Taking Strategies and Practice Prerequisite: Math and reading scores of 9.0 on a standardized test Prepare to take the GED Test. This course will consist entirely of test-taking practice and strategies. See page 19 to learn more about taking this course online. 12 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

15 Green Buildings Sustainability in Building Services Employers: Give your building staff the tools to operate their buildings more efficiently and sustainably. Green Building courses provide training in best practices that can increase efficiency, save money, improve tenant comfort, and reduce waste and pollution. Members: If you want a brief introduction to green cleaning, attend the three-hour Green Cleaning and Maintenance seminar. For a more in-depth version, your employer can request a class called Green Cleaning for Health and Efficiency. This course combines cleaning instruction with training on how to help your building save energy and water and improve indoor air quality. Residential Members: If you are a Resident Manager, Building Superintendent, or Handyperson, you may be able to attend Multifamily Building Operator Certification classes on company time! Contact your property manager or call to find out if your company is participating in the 1,000 Green Supers program. Commercial Building Operator The following is a list of courses/seminars designed to enhance the skills of Commercial Building Operators. Green Buildings: Building Operator Certification I (BOC I) 15 weeks Prerequisite: Refrigeration License Prepare for the Building Operator Certification (Level I). Identify energysaving and greening project opportunities for commercial buildings including commissioning and LEED EB processes. partners: building performance lab, city university of new york (cuny), institute for urban systems Green Buildings: Building Operator Certification II (BOC II) 15 weeks Prerequisite: BOC I Learn to optimize building mechanical and electrical system performance through hands-on structured projects to be performed by students in their buildings. Emphasis is placed on developing students capabilities to document building systems, requirements, and intended operations; ability to observe conditions and test for proper system functioning; to troubleshoot controls; and to develop planned maintenance and O&M process improvement, including energy-efficient performance. partners: building performance lab, city university of new york (cuny), institute for urban systems Green Buildings: Building Operator Certification Seminar Series one 3-hour session each Prerequisite: BOC I partners: building performance lab, city university of new york (cuny); institute for urban systems Data Visualization for Diagnostics Develop skills to interpret and analyze graphical building data, such as energy use, equipment functioning, and environmental conditions data, for diagnosing common energy-related facility issues. Energy Diagnostics Using Data Loggers/Building Automation Systems Learn to use data loggers to record performance data from building systems, and how to use and interpret the data for diagnosing and troubleshooting. Excel for Building Operators Acquire a basic understanding of how to use Microsoft Excel to track building operations tasks. This is a computer lab-based class. Spreadsheets and Utility Bill Analysis Learn to use Microsoft Excel to analyze utility bills and energy usage. Combines hands-on skill development in using more advanced spreadsheet functions (including graphing), as well as basic energy analysis methods (including benchmarking, unit conversions, etc.). This is a computer lab-based class. 32BJ Training FUND

16 Green Buildings Green Buildings: Converting from #6 Fuel Oil Review New York City s new requirement for multifamily buildings to phase out burning #6 fuel oil in their boiler systems. This seminar reviews the city regulation behind this requirement, the steps for changing over to another fuel, and the practical issues that can come up when replacing a #6 fuel system with #2 fuel oil and/or natural gas. Green Buildings: Energy Benchmarking Learn how to benchmark your building using the EPA s Energy Star Portfolio Manager. As of 2010, all New York City buildings are required to enter their fuel and energy data into an online database. This database will then serve as a way for owners, operators, and tenants to see how their building s energy use compares with that of similar buildings. Green Buildings: Green Cleaning and Maintenance Acquire strategies for low-impact environmental cleaning and housekeeping and appropriate disposal of liquid waste. The goal of green housekeeping is to minimize contamination of occupied areas by chemical, biological, or particle pollutants, and also to reduce pollution in the soil, water, and air. Green Buildings, Manhattan, NY Green Buildings: Green Cleaning for Health and Efficiency Five 2-hour sessions Understand the principles of a green cleaning program and learn how office cleaners can help buildings reduce waste and improve indoor air quality. Office cleaners are the eyes and ears of a commercial building as they regularly work in tenant and common spaces. This course teaches cleaners how to identify and report energy inefficiencies, leaks, water damage, possible safety concerns, and mechanical defects. Students who successfully complete this seminar will be prepared to take a more active role in building efficiency and sustainability programs. Green Buildings: Green Coaching: Putting Your Green Plan into Action One 2-hour session Prerequisite: Multifamily Building Operator Certification Work one-on-one with a coach to develop a green building plan of no cost or low cost projects specifically for your building. The coach is available to make a site visit and consult over the phone. Typical projects include: identifying air sealing solutions, low cost lighting retrofits, designing preventative maintenance schedules, calculating specific energy usage, using EPA Portfolio Manager, and accessing incentive programs. Available by appointment. Please call to arrange. 14 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

17 Green Buildings: Green Professional (GPRO) Operations and Maintenance Eight 2-hour sessions or four 4-hour sessions Prerequisite: Appropriate reading and math level, or high school diploma, or GED Understand the basics of sustainability and green buildings, including the benefits and purposes of green building technologies and how they are implemented, how performance is measured through the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system, and how work practices in construction and operations determine whether a green building meets its performance and sustainability goals. Students who successfully complete this seminar will be prepared to take the GPRO Fundamentals of Building Green and Operations and Maintenance Exam. partner: urban green council (usgbc-ny) Green Buildings: LEED Green Associate (GA) Test Preparation EIGHT 3-HOUR SESSIONS Multifamily Building Analyst Certification and GPRO Certificate Prepare and qualify for the LEED GA certification exam with this overview of the concepts and processes behind the LEED rating system. Review the benefits of green buildings and integrated planning. Learn about the process for certifying buildings. Gain an understanding of the purpose, intent, and concepts of the LEED point structure and how it is used to qualify a building to be LEED certified. partner: urban green council (usgbc-ny) Green Buildings: Multifamily Building Analyst Certification 14 weeks Prerequisite: Multifamily Building Operator Certification and appropriate math level. Prepare for the BPI Multifamily Building Analyst Certification, which is made up of a written exam and a field test. Learn to evaluate multifamily building performance through a review of energy use and building operating conditions. Review envelope, heating, ventilation, cooling, and electrical systems, and document improvement opportunities. Also learn about combined heat and power options and basic energy modeling. Green Buildings: Multifamily Building Operator Certification Also known as 1,000 Green Supers Prerequisite: Appropriate math and reading level, or high school diploma, or GED Note: Building Superintendents, Resident Managers, or Handypersons should call to find out if this training is offered during the workday through their property management company. Learn operations and maintenance strategies that can increase efficiency, save money, improve building comfort, and reduce waste and pollution. The class includes field training in multifamily buildings and concludes with students developing a basic Green Building plan of action for their own buildings. At the end of the training, students have the option of taking the exams for the following: Building Performance Institute Multifamily Building Operator Certification partners: building performance institute Green Buildings: New Technologies and Materials Prerequisites: Electricity Basics and Multifamily Building Operator Certification Understand emerging green technologies and how to apply them to your building. Learn about alternative building materials and products. Topics include: Building Materials and Techniques Gray/Blackwater Systems Green Roof: An Introduction Introduction to LEED Renewable Energy Retrocommissioning partner: various Green Buildings: NYC Green Codes The Urban Green Council (USGBC-NY) has proposed 111 upgrades to the New York City Building Code to allow for greater building efficiency. This seminar will provide an overview of the proposed changes and how they may impact the way building workers perform their jobs. partner: urban green council (usgbc-ny) Green Buildings: Solar Photovoltaic: An Introduction 11 Weeks Receive an overview of solar photovoltaic systems. Learn about the main components in a PV system, basic principles of operation, and required operations and maintenance. Course includes a review of types systems and applications; energy efficiency electrical on grid system design, consideration when sizing PV arrays, introduction to trouble shooting and maintenance. partner: hostos community college 32BJ Training FUND

18 Courses & Seminars Groundskeeping Four 3-hour sessions Maintain lawns, trees, and shrubs safely and efficiently. Review operation procedures for tractors, riding mowers, push mower, brush-cutting equipment, and blower procedures. Learn to select and properly care for a variety of indoor and outdoor plants. Prepare soil mixtures, choose the right type of container for each plant, and prune and shape shrubs. Discuss basic garden and landscape designs that enhance the appearance of a building. Learn ecological benefits of green space. partner: new york city housing authority Handyman Basics Six 3-hour sessions Gain exposure to the fundamental building blocks of carpentry, electricity and plumbing. Students will be exposed and become familiar with the day to day activities of a handyman or superintendent. Acquire hands-on experience in the general repairs and maintenance of a building. Heat Pumps Six 3-hour sessions Prerequisite: Air Conditioning III Operate, maintain, and service heat pumps. Review basic refrigeration theory, heat pump theory, the four-way valve, and air- and water-cooled condensers, contactors, relays, transformers, and programmable thermostats. Includes hands-on troubleshooting of mechanical and electrical systems. Heating Systems I Prerequisites: Air Pollution Control or Boiler #6 license, and Electricity Basics Identify all phases of boiler operation. Learn the types of heating equipment used in today s residential and commercial buildings. Study boiler operation, combustion controls, steam output and piping. Recognize inefficient boiler operations by performing a steady state efficiency test. Field trips are included. Heating Systems II Prerequisite: Heating Systems I Gain a basic understanding of #2, #4, and #6 boiler systems. Learn about fuel and draft control systems, boiler water treatment processes, and boiler operating procedures. Field trips are included. Heating Systems III: Lab Seven 3-hour sessions Prerequisite: Heating Systems II Understand and use boiler room logs, perform water treatment tests/oil strainer maintenance, conduct safety tests, perform efficiency and combustion testing, perform steam inspections, and perform pump/radiator inspection and repair. partner: nyc college of technology (for nyc only) Heat Timer: Hot-Water Reset One 6-hour session Prerequisite: Heating Systems I Learn about the functions and settings of the hot-water reset (HWR) control panel, which is part of the Computerized Heating Automated System (CHAS). Review sequence of operation, setting the control limits, and troubleshooting the HWR Control Panel. partner: new york city housing authority Human Relations Prerequisite: Appropriate reading level, or high school diploma, or GED Acquire the interpersonal skills to handle the unique challenges of the building service industry. Learn diplomatic skills, conflict resolution, standards of ethical conduct, and the value of diversity. Balance the demands of a door and/or security desk, handle emergencies, and recognize the signs of elder abuse. partner: hebrew home for the aging HVAC: Preventative Maintenance Evaluate, log, design, and execute maintenance programs for HVAC equipment. Learn to inspect filters, belts, coils, condensates, pulleys, and electrical starting devices (starters and contactors). Become familiar with products and procedures to assist you in resolving maintenance problems before they require costly repairs or replacement. Hydronics Hot-Water Systems two 6-hour sessions Acquire the skills and knowledge you need to operate, maintain, and troubleshoot hydronic and hot-water heating systems. Review multi-modular efficiency, types of hydronic systems, preventive maintenance, venting problems, expansion tanks, heat exchangers, specific boilers, hydrothermal, Slant/Fin, Weil- McCalin, and Utica equipment. This course includes lectures, video presentations, and hands-on training on hydronic and hot-water heating systems. partner: new york city housing authority Industrial Cleaning three 3-hour sessions Learn to choose and use cleaning chemicals, machinery, and equipment on a variety of surfaces (vinyl, ceramic tile, carpet, concrete, etc.) according to industry and safety guidelines. partner: new york city housing authority 16 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

19 Legal Fund Benefit Overview One 2-hour session Prerequisite: Legal Fund Benefit Eligibility Protect yourself and your family from scams, excessive debt, and damaged credit. Learn what you must know before buying a home, leasing a car, or purchasing appliances on credit. Know why you need a will, learn simple tools to manage your personal property, and plan for the future. Make sure your income goes to supporting you and your loved ones, and your estate goes to your family instead of creditors or the government. partner: 32bj legal fund Lead Safety for Renovation, Repair, and Painting: Initial One 8-hour session or TWO 4-hour sessions Learn the federal regulations for housing built before Become familiar with specifications for performing renovations that disturb lead-based paint, including techniques to contain the work area, minimize dust, and appropriate clean-up procedures. partner: environmental education associates Lead Safety for Renovation, Repair, and Painting: Renewal One 4-hour session Prerequisite: Lead Safety for Renovation, Repair and Painting EPA certification Renew your initial EPA certification for the federal regulations for housing built before Become familiar with specifications for performing renovations that disturb lead-based paint, including techniques to contain the work area, minimize dust, and appropriate clean-up procedures. partner: environmental education associates Leadership Skills two 2-hour sessions Learn to recognize your personal leadership strengths and discover how to use them most effectively for career advancement. Understand the qualities necessary for effective leadership and learn methods to put them into practice. Locksmith I Prerequisite: Appropriate reading level, or high school diploma, or GED Troubleshoot common pin tumbler cylinders and simple master key systems, and cross-reference key blanks. Gain handson experience with cam, lever, mortise, and secondary locks. Locksmith II Prerequisite: Locksmith I Perform master pinning and keying techniques, and broken key extraction. Apply these techniques to several brands and lock types. Locksmith III Prerequisite: Locksmith II Install mortise locks and door strikes, and learn how to shim hinges. Become familiar with the features, function, and installation of high-security locks. Before I was unable to speak English, now I can read, write and speak better. I love my job and I love my 32BJ union. Thanks for everything. Hernando Ramirez, Porter, Woodrow Wilson, Queens, NY 32BJ Training FUND

20 COURSES & Seminars Log Keeping Learn how to take a whole-building approach when maintaining equipment and logging energy use in your building. Focus on key components for logging, trending, and interpreting data, which will enable the operator to identify and address mechanical issues and energy waste quickly and efficiently. Long-Term Floor Care Review procedures for long-term floor care tasks. Training will include lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on practice. partner: new york city housing authority Mold Awareness Learn to identify mold, what causes it, and how it may affect your health. Acquire the knowledge to protect yourself when cleaning and removing mold (remediation) and recognize when professionals should be called in. Multimeters: The Basics Understand the uses of multimeters and how to determine which setting/ scale is appropriate to use for a particular application. Learn how to interpret these readings for safe and efficient repair and troubleshooting of all types of electrical devices. NYC Superintendent: Seminar Series Bed Bug Awareness One 2-hour session Learn to detect, control, and eradicate bed bugs, a growing problem within residences of all kinds. Carbon Monoxide Compliance Learn about the hazards of carbon monoxide in residential buildings and the requirements for installing detectors. Heat and Hot Water one 3-hour session Learn how a heating plant works, ways to conserve fuel, balance steam heating systems, and understand boiler controls. Integrated Pest Management Prevent and control entry of household pests including ants, roaches, mice, and wasps in residential buildings. Prohibit access to food, eliminate problem water sources, and learn how and where household pests typically enter a building. Lead Safe Work Practices One 8-hour session or TWO 4-hour sessions Learn the procedures to reduce the risk associated with lead-based paint while performing routine maintenance and repair tasks. Local Law I Understand the 2004 law that mandates owners of pre-1960 multiple and private dwellings (not owner-occupied) to identify and correct lead-based paint hazards. Learn about the responsibilities of owners and tenants. Visual Assessment Learn to identify visible dust, paint chips, painted debris, and deteriorated paint and how to record the results on a visual assessment form. The English classes at The Education and Training program have helped me to better communicate with other people at my job. Maritza AYALA, Cleaner, Escab Enterprises, Inc., Hyattsville, MD COM REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

21 Online Courses Online 32BJ Training Fund Major changes are in store for our online course offerings for the school year. We continue to expand and refine our list to make sure we offer only the highest quality courses. Additionally, this past year the Department of Labor changed the way that they deliver online OSHA classes so brand new versions of the 10- and 30-hour courses will soon be available. Registering for the First Time Online courses are available through our Learning Management System (LMS) at training.32bjfunds.com. For members in New York City: to register for the first time please come to the Computer Lab in Room 8 on any Tuesday or Wednesday for 4 6pm or on the last Saturday of the month from 11am 1pm. For members outside of New York City or to ask any questions about our online course offerings: please call Online: Business Writing One hour Prerequisites: Appropriate reading level, or high school diploma, or GED Improve your writing and enhance your communication skills. Learn to write an effective business letter and memo, and how to update your résumé. Through interactive exercises and one-on-one feedback become a more effective writer. partner: open sesame dures for periodic checks on operating fans, precautionary measures for special purpose systems, and more. partner: open sesame Online: GED Preparation Prepare to take the GED Test. This course will consist entirely of test-taking practice and strategies. Online: Individual Anger Management One hour Manage your anger in an appropriate and constructive manner. While this course concentrates on work-specific environments, core elements of the training can be applied anywhere. partner: open sesame Online: Lead Awareness General Industry 90 Minutes Learn about uses of lead, health hazards of lead, lead standards and exposure limits, medical surveillance and removal issues, control of lead in the workplace, and additional sources of information. This course is designed to comply with the OSHA initial and annual lead awareness training requirements specified in 29 CFR (l). partner: clicksafety Online: Microsoft Excel hours Become comfortable with the Excel interface. Learn to enter and manipulate text in spreadsheets, format spreadsheets, add graphics, create, and manage databases and more. partner: open sesame Online: Fan Safety One hour Learn about the use of personal safety accessories when working with airmoving devices. Understand the different types of fan guards, the necessary steps any technician should follow before putting any fan into operation, the proce- Online: How to Read a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) One hour Review the various items of information found on a typical Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). Learn the function of each section and the type of information that should be provided to the user of the MSDS. partner: clicksafety Online: Microsoft PowerPoint Hours Learn to create and format your own slides and presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint For beginning and intermediate users alike, fully customize your projects by incorporating pictures, animations, sounds, and more. partner: open sesame 32BJ Training FUND

22 Online Courses Online: Microsoft Word Hours Learn the ins-and-outs of Microsoft Word 2007, from spell checking to making tables and paragraph formatting. Designed for beginning to intermediate users. partner: open sesame Online: OSHA 10-Hour Construction Outreach Training 10 Hours Earn your 10-Hour OSHA certificate. Learn to recognize and prevent hazards on a construction site. Understand general health and safety provisions, power tool safety, fall protection, and more. partner: click safety Online: OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Outreach Training 10 Hours Earn your 10-hour OSHA certificate. Learn to recognize and prevent hazards in a general industry setting. Learn about the OSHA act and how to work with hazardous materials, personal protective equipment. Review electrical safety, machine guarding, and more. partner: click safety Online: OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Outreach Training 30 hours Earn a 30-hour OSHA certificate. Learn all the safety rules and regulations governing modern residential and commercial buildings. partner: click safety Online: Safe Drivers 6 hours Prerequisite: Valid NY/NJ drivers license Refresh your driving knowledge with a review of time-tested safe driving tips and an overview of today s vehicle and traffic laws. The Point & Insurance Reduction Program (PIRP) allows you to reduce as many as four points on your driving record and if you are the principal operator of a motor vehicle, become eligible for a 10 percent reduction in the base rate of your automobile and motorcycle liability and collision insurance premiums each year for three years. This training is approved by the NYS and NJ Department of Motor Vehicles. partner: american safety, inc. Online: Tools of the Trade 6 hours (Test Out available) Discover which tool is appropriate for a given task. Explore the names and uses of a wide range of hand and power tools used for plumbing, electrical, carpentry and appliance repair. Learn how to clean, maintain and store tools to prolong their useful lives. I volunteered to take computer classes in order to enhance the way I perform my job. Computers are everywhere; it is important that we are all familiar with technology. Soce Niang, Concierge, Riverhouse, Bronx, NY.COM REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

23 COURSES & Seminars OSHA 10-Hour Construction Outreach Training various Earn a 10-Hour OSHA Certificate. Learn the basic practices of identifying, reducing, eliminating and reporting hazards associated with construction sites. Ideal for those working in and around the World Trade Center site and for window cleaners. See page 20 to learn more about taking this course online. OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Outreach Training Earn a 30-Hour OSHA Certificate. Learn all the safety rules and regulations governing modern residential and commercial buildings. See page 20 to learn more about taking this course online. OSHA/EPA Safety and Reporting Requirements for Superintendents One 4-hour session or TWO 2-hour sessions Learn the safety rules regarding materials handling, storage and disposal, and safety around electricity and flammable materials. Understand the requirements for personal protective equipment (PPE) and fall protection, fire protection, the importance and use of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), how to address crime and workplace violence, and hazard emergency planning and response. Know employer responsibilities, how to report violations, and your rights to OSHA records and site safety information. Discuss the new cooperative agreement between OSHA and EPA and how it affects workers responsibilities as it relates to inspections and superintendent/employer liabilities. Pest Control Fundamentals: Core Six 4.5-Hour sessions Prerequisite: Appropriate reading and math level, or high school diploma, or GED, or Applicator s License Prepare for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation CORE and Certified Pesticide Applicator license examination. Learn the basic principles of pesticide chemical handling, usage, and safety procedures. To be eligible to take the state certification exam students must attend all class sessions. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. Pest Control Fundamentals: 7A Extermination Three 5-Hour sessions Prerequisite: Pest Control Fundamentals: Core Prepare for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Certified Pesticide Applicator license examination for Category 7A, structural and rodent control. Identify pests and areas of concern in common structures. Learn safe methods of chemical applications and equipment maintenance. To be eligible to take the state certification exam, students must attend all class sessions. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. Pest Control Fundamentals: 7G Cooling Towers Two 4-hour Sessions Prerequisite: Pest Control Fundamentals: Core or Applicator s License Prepare for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Certified Pesticide Applicator license for 7G Cooling Tower Operation examination. To be eligible to take the state certification exam students must attend all class sessions. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. Plumbing Basics Prerequisites: Appropriate reading and math level, or high school diploma, or GED, successful completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, Tools of the Trade (Test Out available) Install and repair faucets, toilets, flushometers, valves, basins, and tubs. Work with a variety of piping and gain practical experience in techniques such as pipe soldering, sweating, swaging, and threading. Learn basics of plumbing codes, water conservation technology, and the WaterSense program. Electricity, Queens, NY 32BJ Training FUND

24 Courses & Seminars Plumbing: Troubleshooting Two 6-hour session or four 3-hour sessions Prerequisite: Plumbing Basics Gain the knowledge to locate, clear, and perform job follow-up for typical local and basement plumbing stoppages. partner: new york city housing authority Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) in Schools and Other Buildings One 2-hour session Learn what PCBs are. Gain the knowledge on how to assess risks, and protect yourself, teachers, staff, and students while working in an environment that may contain PCBs. Learn proper safe work practices and proper PPE use. Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), A Toxic Plastic: Healthier Alternatives for Buildings, Homes and Schools Learn how you can help promote healthier and greener buildings and how one of the most common building materials polyvinyl chloride, aka PVC or vinyl releases toxic chemicals that are harmful to workers, women of childbearing age, and children. Review safer, cost-effective alternatives to PVC, and green purchasing and building best practices. Session will include a special segment on PVC in schools, where children face higher risk from chemical exposure. partner: center for health, environment & justice (chej) Pool Operation Certification Two 8-Hour sessions Prerequisite: Appropriate reading and math level, or high school diploma, or GED Prepare for your Health Code mandated certificate. Learn swimming pool operation, water chemistry, and filter and recirculation system technology. Presentation Skills Practice the skills needed to present to a board of directors or tenant group, or take part in a conference-style interview. Learn to develop an agenda and run a focused meeting. Professionalism in the Workplace Formerly known as Quality of Life: Achieving Excellence in Service Two 3-hour sessions Prerequisite: Employer referral Enhance customer service skills and learn to maintain strong professional relationships with residents, coworkers, vendors, and managers. Topics include the art of communication, conflict resolution, stress management, ethics, the chain of command, security, confidentiality, and dress code. Reading and Writing Prerequisite: Ability to speak English fluently or English as a Second Language III Obtain information from the written page and meet basic writing requirements of the workplace. Learn to read instructions and write clearly. Develop the reading level required for Industry Skills Courses and to enter the GED Preparation course. Learn to communicate clearly through the written word, read more efficiently, and write effectively. Refrigeration License Preparation I Prerequisites: EPA Universal License, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration III, and high school diploma or GED Learn advanced refrigeration theory and how it applies to evaporators, condensers, metering devices, and compressors in commercial refrigeration. Understand the thermodynamic properties of refrigerants and their constituent oils. Visit a building to observe a commercial refrigeration system. Conserve resources by learning to maximize efficiency of refrigeration systems. Computers, Bronx, NY 22 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

25 Refrigeration License Preparation II Prerequisite: Refrigeration License Preparation I Learn the steps to troubleshoot a variety of compressor systems and gain an introduction to commercial refrigeration system accessories. Participate in an indepth study of the FDNY Code. Refrigeration License Preparation III Prerequisite: Refrigeration License Preparation II Prepare to take the FDNY s computerized written test and simulated practical exam on two different refrigeration systems. Visit buildings to observe the equipment covered in the city exams. Note: Possessors of the Refrigeration License Certification are entitled to five credits from NYC College of Technology upon enrollment in an associate degree program in applied ccience in Environmental Control Technology. For more information see NYC College of Technology Diploma on page 47. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. Refrigeration License Practical Review Four 3-hour sessions Prerequisites: Refrigeration License Preparation III and proof that the student has passed the FDNY s Refrigeration Written License Exam Prepare for the computer-simulated FDNY Refrigeration Machine Operator (RMO) Certificate of Qualification practical examination. Review pressure/ temperature relationships, calculate superheat and sub-cooling readings, identify and locate components on both reciprocating and steam-driven turbine centrifugal chillers and gauge readings. Review procedures for recovery and start-up of both types of chillers, chiller evaluation, and troubleshooting. Some sessions available as a webinar. Renovation Projects: How to Manage One 6-hour session or TWO 3-hour sessions Learn all the facets of supervising apartment renovations including board requirements for submitting plans, when the building s architect needs to inspect, as well as how to work with contractors. Additionally, consider ways to mitigate disruption for other residents. Roof Fan Maintenance One 6-hour session or TWO 3-hour sessions Prerequisite: Electricity Basics Learn the principles of roof fan operations, troubleshoot and test the electrical circuit, replace defective motors, and enforce roof-fan security. Also acquire the skills to repair and maintain roof fans. partner: new york city housing authority Safe and Secure Prerequisite: Employer referral Learn to communicate with first responders in emergency situations. Gain security awareness and emergency coordination skills. Spot suspicious people and packages and learn to coordinate with police and fire departments during a crisis. Safe Drivers One 6-hour session or TWO 3-hour sessions Prerequisite: Valid NYS driver license Refresh your driving knowledge with a review of time-tested safe driving tips and an overview of today s vehicle and traffic laws. The Point & Insurance Reduction Program (PIRP) allows you to reduce as many as four points on your driving record and if you are the principal operator of a motor vehicle, become eligible for a 10 percent reduction in the base rate of your automobile and motorcycle liability and collision insurance premiums each year for three years. This training is approved by the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles. See page 20 to learn more about taking this course online. partner: american safety, inc. Security Awareness Communicate effectively with emergency personnel and detect possible safety concerns. Learn general security and terrorism awareness including observation skills, indicators of a terrorist event, tactical communication, and the role of building workers at emergency scenes. Security: The Art of Perception Enhance observation, perception, and communication skills, often in emergency circumstances, by learning to analyze works of art. Through interactive exercises, reevaluate your professional responsibility and learn to communicate more effectively on the job. 32BJ Training FUND

26 Security Officer The following is a list of courses and seminars designed to enhance the skills of Security Officers. Security Officer: 8-Hour Annual One 8-hour session Prerequisite: Must possess a valid NYS Security License Refresh your knowledge of security protective methods and mandated security protocols. Obtain the New York State 8-Hour Annual certification. Security Officer: 40-Hour (8 Hour + CPR) Five 8-hour sessions Prerequisites: Employer referral and current employment in a commercial building as a Security Officer Learn to protect and serve tenants and assist emergency personnel. Receive in-depth security training above and beyond the eight hours required by New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services. Review access control, communication, terrorism, and coordination with emergency responders. Security Officer: Professional Security Management Prerequisite: Completion of all other Security Professional Career Track requirements Study and review testing topics outlined by the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) Certified Protection Professional (CPP) Certification Board. Note: Students who complete this course at John Jay College and have a high school diploma or GED will receive three credits upon enrollment at this college. third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. partner: john jay college of criminal justice Security Officer: Seminar Series each partner: john jay college of criminal justice Anger Management/ Defusing Hostility Develop practical knowledge and skills that can be used to defuse anger in yourself and others. Understand feelings and behaviors when confronted by anger, increase awareness of the causes of anger and hostility, and acquire skills to peacefully resolve confrontations. Conflict Management/ Dispute Resolution Understand the conflict cycle, identify sources of conflict, problem-solving techniques, and effective communication. Recognize how personal attitudes about conflict can influence the ability to intervene in conflict situations. Customer Service for Security Officers Explore the importance of representing oneself and one s employer in a professional manner. Learn to maintain mental, emotional, and physical health and how to treat all customers and others with dignity and respect. Diversity Appreciation/ Cultural Competency Learn to recognize, appreciate, and value people who are different and treat them with dignity and respect. Explore the characteristics associated with being a diversity/culturally competent person. Emergency Response and Crisis Management Learn to prevent and respond to emergency situations. Become familiar with Homeland Security s National Incident Management System (NIMS) to effectively manage critical incidents using standard principles, procedures, processes, and terminology. Ethics Discuss moral and ethical issues, dilemmas, and challenges an officer may encounter at the work site. Examine the skills needed to strengthen one s integrity. Interacting with Emotionally Disturbed Persons (EDP) Understand different types of mental illness, the challenges that patients with these illnesses pose in crisis situations, and the ways to safely intervene and manage these situations. Examine the problems emotionally disturbed persons experience in crisis situations and discuss the roles that various caregivers (police, EMS, EMT, mental hygiene, etc.) play when responding to psychiatric emergencies. Observation and Perception: Meeting the Challenge of Profiling Learn to recognize potential emergency situations, circumstances, or threats posed by events or individuals. Discuss the officer s role and mental and physical preparedness required to effectively maintain an awareness of one s surroundings. Analyze how best to assess an individual s behavioral characteristics that may indicate danger. Security in a School Environment Gain an understanding of the unique challenges presented by a school environment in emergency situations. Discuss the security officer s role in ensuring the safety of the student body. Terrorism Awareness and Prevention Gain an overview of terrorism and explore prevention and intervention strategies. Learn to recognize behavior commonly associated with terrorist acts and safety procedures regarding weapons of mass destruction. 24 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

27 Spanish for the Workplace I Communicate more effectively with Spanish-speaking coworkers and tenants. This is an introductory interactive listening, reading, writing, and speaking course. Engage in a variety of conversational activities ranging from small talk to job-specific discussions. Spanish for the Workplace II Increase Spanish fluency through the study of Spanish media and Latino culture in and outside of the classroom. Become more effective at reading, writing, and conversing in Spanish. Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems Prerequisite: Appropriate reading level, or high school diploma, or GED Prepare to take the FDNY s Certificate of Fitness examination for Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems. Maintain and supervise the various types of standpipe and sprinkler systems used throughout the city. Draw diagrams of standpipe systems and learn to perform monthly record keeping. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems: Update TWO 3-hour sessions Prerequisite: Must hold FDNY Certificate of Fitness for Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems Master material needed to successfully pass the FDNY Certificate of Fitness Exams for S-11 (Residential Sprinkler Systems), S-12 (Citiwide Sprinkler Systems), S-13 (Citiwide Standpipe Systems), and S-14 (Multi-Zoned Standpipe Systems). Learn the changes to the code and practice with the reference guides to prepare for the test. Note that third party testing fees are the responsibility of the member. Steam I: Theory One 4-hour session Prerequisite: Appropriate reading level, or high school diploma, or GED Learn how Con Edison delivers steam to commercial and residential buildings in Manhattan. Become familiar with the piping and equipment found in a steam room and discuss safety measures to take when working near hot piping. partner: con edison Steam II: Hands-On One 4-hour session Prerequisite: Steam I: Theory See cut-away examples of each piece of equipment found in a steam room and learn how they operate. Learn about meters, regulators, the importance of traps, and how to check them. partner: con edison Successful Supers: The 10 Habits of Highly Effective Supers Two 3-hour sessions Learn to keep growing after many years experience. Understand the challenges of changes in where you work, boards of directors, or shareholders. Discover how to remain ahead of the curve in a changing environment. Explore ways to enhance your job performance for you and your employer. Thank you for such an interesting program that helps us grow as people. I like the interest the staff takes in the students. The teachers always wish the best for us and help us until the end. Elsa Ocana, Cleaner, Charter Oak, Hartford, CT 32BJ Training FUND

28 Courses & Seminars Superintendents: How to Become One Explore various paths and strategies to moving up the ladder in the building service industry including becoming a Superintendent. Supervisory Skills for Building Service Workers Four 2-hour sessions Improve your supervisory skills. Learn about coaching and mentoring, dealing with difficult situations, the importance of promoting a supportive environment, getting the best out of people, and tips for delegating effectively and reducing job stress. Tools of the Trade One 6-hour session or Two 3-hour sessions (Test Out available) Discover which tool is appropriate for a given task. Explore the names and uses of a wide range of hand and power tools used for plumbing, electrical, carpentry and appliance repair. Learn how to clean, maintain and store tools to prolong their useful lives. See page 20 to learn more about taking this course online. Vacuum Tank and Pump Two 6-hour sessions Review pump overhaul, motor overhaul, tank overhaul, and troubleshooting tank parts. The course includes handson training with both National and Dunham equipment. Perform hands-on maintenance and overhaul in preparation for the annual summer overhaul in your heating plant. partner: new york city housing authority Window Cleaning, Manhattan, NY Violation Removal Learn about the different types of Notice of Violations (NOV), Violation Certifications, what they are, what happens after a certification is received, and how to have violations removed from HPD s records after conditions have been corrected. Wall Maintenance Learn to properly clean various wall surfaces such as glazed and unglazed tile, unpainted walls, windows, foundation walls, brass, aluminum, and stainless steel. Course includes lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on practice. partner: new york city housing authority Window Cleaners: New York State Department of Labor Certified Apprenticeship Program Prerequisite: Completion the pre-apprenticeship acceptance process. Note this is a fulltime program. If you are a union member in another job title, you must resign from your current position to participate. Acquire the skills and knowledge of safety procedures necessary to operate in this highly specialized industry through the combined classroom and on-the-job training described below. For more information call Window Cleaner Apprentices complete 216 hours of classroom training over 18 months and 3,000 hours of handson-training, on the topics of: Belt, ladder, and scaffold Equipment Rigging Rules and regulations Stick work partner: new york state department of labor Wood Floor Care Two 3-Hour Sessions Learn the basics of floor care from installation, sanding, waxing, and finishing to damage repair. Practice techniques on a variety of wood types, including man-made wood floors, pergo floors, hardwood floors, and environmentally preferred flooring. Become familiar with the different finishes available and understand which one to use for each job. 26 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

29 connecticut Connecticut Site Manager: Adriana Braccioli or (toll-free) Bridgeport Housatonic Community College 900 Lafayette Boulevard, Bridgeport, CT Metro North to Bridgeport Station How to Register Phone Registration or (toll-free) Online Registration Log on to training.32bjfunds.com Fall Trimester Registration Mon, Aug 6 Thu, Aug 23, 2012 Fall trimester begins Sat, Sep 15, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Mon, Nov 19 Thu, Dec 13, 2012 Winter trimester begins sat, Jan 26, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 4 Sat, Mar 23, 2013 Spring trimester begins Sat, APR 20, 2013 Bridgeport Courses & Seminars See course and seminar descriptions starting on page 4 for details. Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 12:30 2:30pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat, 12:30 3:30pm English as a Second Language I, II, III Sat, 8:30am 12:30pm GED Preparation Sat, 12:30 4:30pm Hartford CAPITAL Community College 950 Main St., Hartford, CT Amtrak to Hartford Station CT Transit 31, 32, 33, 36, 37, 38, 39, 43, 47, 50, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 58, 69 How to Register Phone Registration or (toll-free) Online Registration Log on to training.32bjfunds.com Fall Trimester Registration Mon, Aug 6 Thu, Aug 23, 2012 Fall trimester begins Sat, Sep 15, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Mon, Nov 19 Thu, Dec 13, 2012 Winter trimester begins sat, Jan 26, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 4 Sat, Mar 23, 2013 Spring trimester begins Sat, APR 20, 2013 Hartford Courses & Seminar See course and seminar descriptions starting on page 4 for details. Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 1 3pm Computer: Basics/New Users Sat, 1 4pm English as a Second Language I, II or 12 4pm GED Preparation I Green Cleaning and Maintenance Nov 3, Sat, 11am 2pm Legal Fund Benefit Overview Mar 9, Sat, 1 3pm New Britain Central Connecticut State University 1615 Stanley St., New Britain, CT Amtrak to Berlin Station CT Transit 69 or O How to Register Phone Registration or (toll-free) Online Registration Log on to training.32bjfunds.com Fall Trimester Registration Mon, Aug 6 Thu, Aug 23, 2012 Fall trimester begins Sat, Sep 15, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Mon, Nov 19 Thu, Dec 13, 2012 Winter trimester begins sat, Jan 26, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 4 Sat, Mar 23, 2013 Spring trimester begins Sat, APR 20, 2013 New Britain Courses & Seminars See course and seminar descriptions starting on page 4 for details. Computer: Basics/New Users Sat, 1 4pm English as a Second Language I or 1 5pm English as a Second Language II ESL, Hartford, CT 32BJ Training FUND

30 connecticut / D.C. / F New Haven Gateway Community College 20 Church St., New Haven, CT Amtrak or Metro-North to New Haven CT Transit J5 and J7 Buses How to Register Phone Registration or (toll-free) Online Registration Log on to training.32bjfunds.com Fall Trimester Registration Mon, Aug 6 Thu, Aug 23, 2012 Fall trimester begins Sat, Sep 15, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Mon, Nov 19 Thu, Dec 13, 2012 Winter trimester begins sat, Jan 26, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 4 Sat, Mar 23, 2013 Spring trimester begins Sat, APR 20, 2013 New Haven Courses & Seminars See course and seminar descriptions Starting on page 4 for details. Computer: Basics/New Users Sat, 12:30 3:30pm English as a Second Language I Sat, 8:30am 12:30pm or 12:30 4:30pm Legal Fund Benefit Overview Jun 8, Sat, 1 3pm Reading and Writing Sat, 8:30am 12:30pm Norwalk Contact the Connecticut Site Manager for details on this location or (toll-free) ESL, Hartford, CT Stamford Sacred Heart University 12 Omega Dr., Stamford, CT Metro-North New Canaan line to Springdale CT Transit 34 How to Register Phone Registration or (toll-free) Online Registration Log on to training.32bjfunds.com Fall Trimester Registration Mon, Aug 6 Thu, Aug 23, 2012 Fall trimester begins Sat, Sep 15, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Mon, Nov 19 Thu, Dec 13, 2012 Winter trimester begins sat, Jan 26, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 4 Sat, Mar 23, 2013 Spring trimester begins Sat, APR 20, 2013 Stamford Courses & Seminars See course and seminar descriptions starting on page 4 for details. Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 12:30 2:30pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat, 8:30 11:30am or 12:30 3:30pm Sun, 4:30 7:30pm Electricity Basics Sat, 12 6pm Sun, 3 9pm English as a Second Language I, II, III Sat, 8:30am 12:30pm or 12:30 4:30pm Sun, 12:30 4:30pm or 5 9pm* *ESL I only GED Preparation I Sat, 12:30 4:30pm Legal Fund Benefit Overview Nov 3, Sat, 1 3pm Tools of the Trade Sep 15 29, Sat, 9:30 11:30am Sep 16 30, Sun, 12:30 2:30pm 28 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

31 ORIDA District of Columbia Site Manager: Jose Gonzalez Staff: Doris Ruano, Jeanett Villalobos , , or (toll-free) McPherson Square Administrative Office: SEIU 32BJ 1025 Vermont Ave., NW, 7th Floor Washington, DC Office hours: Mon Fri, 10am 6pm Blue or Orange Line to McPherson Square Petworth SED Center 4110 Kansas Ave., NW Washington, DC Office hours: Mon Fri, 2:30 7pm, Sat & Sun, 10am 1pm Green Line to Georgia Avenue Petworth 79 to Georgia Avenue Petworth Metro or 96 to Georgia Avenue How to Register Phone Registration Weekdays, 2:30 7pm Weekends, 10am 1pm Fall Trimester Registration Wed, Jul 25 Fri, Sep 21, 2012 Fall trimester begins tue, sep 22, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Thu, Nov 15, 2012 Fri, Jan 18, 2013 Winter trimester begins tue, Jan 15, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 25 Fri, Apr 26, 2013 Spring trimester begins Sat, Apr 27, 2013 PPetworth Courses & Seminars Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Oct 13 Nov 18, Sat & Sun, 9 10am Oct 16 Nov 29, Tue & Thu, 5 6pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat & Sun, 11am 1pm, 1:30 3:30pm CPR/Defibrillator for Adults and Children Oct 30 & 31, Tue/Wed, 6 8pm Nov 18, Sun, 10am 2pm Jan 29 & 30, Tue/Wed, 10am 12pm Feb 16, Sat, 10am 2pm Feb 26 & 27, Tue/Wed, 6 8pm May 7 & 8, Tue/Wed, 10am 12pm May 29 & 30, Wed/Thu, 6 8pm Jun 8, Sat, 10am 2pm Customer Service Oct 10, Wed, 10am 12pm Oct 18, Thu, 6:30 8:30pm Mar 6, Wed, 10am 12pm Mar 14, Thu, 6:30 8:30pm Mar 16, Sat, 10am 12pm Jun 12, Wed, 10am 12pm Jun 22, Sat, 10am 12pm Jun 26, Wed, 6:30 8:30pm English as a Second Language I, II, III Mon Fri, 10am 12pm* or 6:30 8:30pm Sat & Sun, 10am 1pm or 1 4pm *Level I & 2 only Financial Education Feb 7, Thu, 6:30 8:30pm Feb 19, Tue, 10am 12pm May 5, Sun, 10am 12pm May 20, Mon, 10am 12pm May 22, Wed, 6:30 8:30pm GED Preparation I Tue & Thu, 6 8:30pm Sat & Sun, 10am 12:30pm Pre-GED Preparation Sat & Sun, 10am 1pm Reading and Writing Sat & Sun 10am 12:30pm Security Awareness Oct 7, Sun, 10am 12pm Nov 15, Thu, 6:30 8:30pm Dec 4, Tue, 10am 12pm May 12, Sun, 10am 12pm May 16, Thu, 6:30 8:30pm Jun 25, Tue, 10am 12pm Florida Site Manager: Maggie Cruz-Ledon or (toll-free) Miami Beach Administrative Office: SEIU 32BJ One Flagler Building, 14 NE 1st Ave., Suite 905, Miami, FL Route 103 Route C, Route 110 Route J or Route 150 Airport Flyer Little Havana Miami Dade College: Interamerican Campus One Flagler Building, 14 NE 1st Ave., Suite 905, Miami, FL Route 8 or 27 How to Register Phone Registration or (toll-free) Online Registration Log on to training.32bjfunds.com Fall Trimester Registration Mon, Aug 6 Thu, Aug 23, 2012 FALL TRIMESTER BEGINS SAT, SEP 15, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Mon, Nov 19 Thu, Dec 13, 2012 WINTER TRIMESTER BEGINS TUE, JAN 5, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 4 Sat, Mar 23, 2013 SPRING TRIMESTER BEGINS SAT, APR 6, 2013 Little Havana Courses See course descriptions starting on page 4 for details. Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sep 15 Oct 20, Sat, 12 2pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat, 9:30am 1:30pm or 2 5pm English as a Second Langauge I, II Sat, 9:30am 1:30pm 32BJ Training FUND

32 maryland / NEW ERSE Maryland Site Manager: Jose Gonzalez Staff: Doris Ruano, Jeanett Villalobos , , or (toll-free) Baltimore Baltimore City Community College 710 East Lombard St., Baltimore, MD Office hours: Mon Fri, 2 7pm, Sat & Sun, 10am 1pm Metro to Shot Tower/Market Place 7, 10, or 19 How to Register Phone Registration Weekdays, 2:30 7pm Weekends, 10am 1pm Fall Trimester Registration Wed, Jul 25 Fri, Sep 21, 2012 Fall trimester begins Sat, sep 29, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Thu, Nov 15, 2012 Fri, Jan 18, 2013 Winter trimester begins Sat, Jan 19, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 25 Fri, Apr 26, 2013 Spring trimester begins Sat, Apr 13, 2013 Baltimore Courses See course and seminar descriptions starting on page 4 for details. CPR/Defibrillator for Adults and Children Oct 14, Sun, 10am 2pm Jun 9, Sun, 10am 2pm Customer Service Mar 9, Sat, 10am 12pm English as a Second Language I, II, III Sat & Sun, 10am 1pm Financial Education Mar 24, Sun, 10am 12pm Jun 16, Sun, 10am 12pm Silver Spring TAKOMA Park Campus: Montgomery College 7600 Takoma Ave., Takoma Park, MD Red Line to Silver Spring station, transfer to bus below Ride On Bus Route 17 or 18 Hyattsville: PG Community College 6505 Belcrest Rd., 2nd Floor Hyattsville, MD Metrorail Green Line to Prince George s Plaza Station Metrobus to Prince George s Plaza Station How to Register Phone Registration Weekdays, 2:30 7pm Weekends, 10am 1pm Fall Trimester Registration Wed, Jul 25 Fri, Sep 21, 2012 Fall trimester begins Sat, SEP 15, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Thu, Nov 15, 2012 Fri, Jan 18, 2013 Winter trimester begins tue, Jan 15, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 25 Fri, Apr 26, 2013 Spring trimester begins Sat, Apr 27, 2013 Takoma Park Courses & Seminar Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Oct 13 Nov 18, Sat & Sun, 9 10am Oct 16 Nov 29, Tue & Thu, 5 6pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat & Sun, 9 11am, 11am 1pm, or 1:30 3:30pm CPR/Defibrillator for Adults and Children Oct 27, Sat, 10am 2pm Feb 12 & 13, Tue/Wed, 6 8pm Mar 2, Sat, 10am 2pm Jun 2, Sun, 10am 2pm Jun 4 & 5, Tue/Wed, 6 8pm Customer Service Oct 16, Tue, 6:30 8:30pm Feb 9, Sat, 10am 12pm Mar 12, Tue, 6:30 8:30pm Jun 15, Sat, 10am 12pm Jun 24, Mon, 6:30 8:30pm English as a Second Language I, II, III Mon Fri, 6:30 8:30pm Sat & Sun, 10am 1pm Sat & Sun, 1 4pm Financial Education Nov 3, Sat, 10am 12pm Nov 20, Tue, 6:30-8:30pm Feb 4, Mon, 6:30 8:30pm Feb 17, Sun, 10am 12pm May 9, Thu, 6:30 8:30pm Jun 22, Sat, 10am 12pm GED Preparation I Tue & Thu, 6 8:30pm Sat & Sun, 10am 12:30pm Reading and Writing Sat & Sun, 1 4pm Security Awareness Oct 14, Sun, 10am 12pm Nov 8, Thu, 6:30 8:30pm May 14, Tue, 6:30 8:30pm May 19, Sun, 10am 12pm Hyattsville Courses See course and seminar descriptions starting on page 4 for details. CPR/Defibrillator for Adults and Children Oct 20, Sat, 10am 2pm Customer Service May 4, Sat, 10am 12pm Electricity Basics Sat, 9am 4pm English as a Second Language I, II Sat & Sun, 10am 1pm Financial Education Nov 17, Sat, 10am 12pm Feb 10, Sun, 10am 12pm Jun 1, Sat, 10am 12pm Plumbing Basics Sat, 9am 4pm Tools of the Trade Sep 15, Sat, 10am 1pm Jan 19, Sat, 10am 1pm 30 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

33 Y New Jersey Site Manager: Johni Puerta-Lopez , extension 2281, , or (toll-free) Administrative Office: SEIU 32BJ 1 Washington Park, Office 1203 Newark, NJ , extension 2280 or 2281, or (toll-free) Office hours: Mon Fri, 10am 6pm Sat, 8am 4pm NJ Transit to Newark Broad Street Station or Newark Penn Station NJ Transit Buses: 11, 27, 30, 72, or 76 How to Register Phone Registration , extension 2281, or Online Registration Log on to training.32bjfunds.com Fall Trimester Registration Mon, Aug 6 Thu, Aug 23, 2012 FALL TRIMESTER BEGINS SAT, SEP 15, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Mon, Nov 19 Thu, Dec 13, 2012 WINTER TRIMESTER BEGINS TUE, JAN 5, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 4 Sat, Mar 23, 2013 SPRING TRIMESTER BEGINS SAT, APR 6, 2013 Bayonne HUDSON COUNTY SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY: BAYONNE CENTER HIGH SCHOOL 669 Avenue A, Bayonne, NJ NJ Transit: Hudson Bergen Light Rail to E 45th Street HBLR Station Elizabeth Union County College: Elizabeth Campus 12 West Jersey St., Elizabeth, NJ NJ Transit Northeast Corridor Rail to Broad Street Station Elizabeth NJ Transit Buses: 24, 25, 26, 52, 56/57, 58, 59, 62, 112, 113, or 115 Hackensack Bergen County Technical Schools Adult and Continuing Education Center 200 Hackensack Ave., Hackensack, NJ NJ Transit Buses: 751 or 765 Jersey City Hudson County Community College: Journal SqUARE Campus Cundari Center, 870 Bergen Ave., Building F, Jersey City, NJ PATH train to Journal Square Transportation Center NJ Transit Buses: 82, 83, 84/86, 87, or 88 to Jersey City Morristown County College of Morris: Morris Campus 39 Schuyler Pl., Morristown, NJ NJ Transit to Morristown NJ Transit Bus: MCM2 Newark Essex County College Training Inc., 4th Floor 303 University Ave., Newark, NJ NJ Transit to Newark Broad Street Station or Newark Penn Station, Washington Street Light Rail Station 34, 21, 1 Essex County VOCATIONAL Technical School 91 West Market St., Newark, NJ NJ Transit to Newark Broad Street Station or Newark Penn Station NJ Transit Buses: 11, 27, 30, 72, or 76 New Brunswick Middlesex County College: New Brunswick Center 140 New St., New Brunswick, NJ NJ Transit to New Brunswick NJ Transit Bus: 814 North Bergen Hudson County SCHOOLS of Technology: Hudson Technical th St., North Bergen, NJ NJ Transit Bus: 156 My improved English language skills permit me to better understand American society and be a part of it. Laura Araujo, Cleaner, First Quality Maintenance, New Jersey

34 New ersey Parsippany GLAXO SMITH BUILDING 1500 Littleton Rd., Parsippany, NJ NJ Transit Hudson Bergen Light Rail Montclair-Boonton Line Paterson Passaic County Community College: Founder s Hall Memorial Dr. and College Blvd., Paterson, NJ Perth Amboy Dr. Herbert N. Richardson 21st Century School 318 Stockton St., Perth Amboy, NJ NJ Transit to Perth Amboy Station NJ Transit Bus: 815 Plainfield Union County Community College: Plainfield Campus 232 East 2nd St., Plainfield, NJ NJ Transit Raritan Valley Rail Line to Plainfield Station NJ Transit Buses: 18-22, M19, 113, 114/117 Randolph County College of Morris: Randolph Campus 214 Center Grove Rd., Randolph, NJ NJ Transit Morris and Essex Light Rail NJ Transit Bus: 2 Red Bank Saint Anthony Parish: Education Center 121 Bridge Ave., Red Bank, NJ NJ Transit to Red Bank Trenton Mercer County Community College: James Kerney Campus 102 N. Broad St., Trenton, NJ NJ Transit to Trenton NJ Transit Buses: 600, 601, 606, 608, or 609 Union City Hudson County Community College: North Hudson Campus 4800 John F. Kennedy Blvd. W, Union City, NJ Kennedy Boulevard buses, exit at 65th Street New Jersey Courses & Seminars See course and seminar descriptions starting on page 4 for details. Bayonne Courses Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 1:30 3:30pm Computer: Basics/New Users Sat, 1:30 4:30pm English as a Second Language I Handyman Basics Sat, 9am 4pm Elizabeth Courses Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 1:30 3:30pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat, 1:30 4:30pm English as a Second Language I, II, III GED Preparation I Legal Fund Benefit Overview May 18, Sat, 1 3pm Hackensack Courses & Seminars Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I, II Sat, 9am 4pm Carpentry Basics Sat, 9am 4pm Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 1:30 3:30pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat, 1:30 4:30pm Electricity Basics Sat, 9am 4pm English as a Second Language I, II, III Fireman, Low Pressure/ High Pressure Black Seal Handyman Basics Sat, 9am 4pm Legal Fund Benefit Overview Feb 23, Sat, 1 3pm Plumbing Basics Sat, 9am 4pm Tools of the Trade Sep 15, Sat, 9am 4pm Jan 5, Sat, 9am-4pm Apr 6, Sat, 9am-4pm Jersey City Courses & Seminars Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 1:30 3:30pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat, 1:30 4:30pm English as a Second Language I, II, III Morristown Courses Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat, 1:30 4:30pm CPR/Defibrillator for Adults and Children Apr 27, 2013, English as a Second Language I English as a Second Language: Pronunciation Intensive Sat, 9am 12pm Reading and Writing Newark Courses & Seminar Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 1:30 3:30pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat, 1:30 4:30pm English as a Second Language I, II, III 32 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

35 English as a Second Language: Pronunciation Intensive Sat, 9am 12pm Electricity Basics Sat, 9am 4pm Fireman: Black Seal Preparation Green Cleaning and Maintenance Apr 20, Sat, 10am 1pm Handyman Basics Sat, 9am 4pm Legal Fund Benefit Overview Oct 27, Sat, 1 3pm Reading and Writing Tue, 9am 1pm Spanish for the Workplace Tools of the Trade Sep 15, Sat, 9am 4pm New Brunswick Courses Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat, 1:30 4:30pm CPR/Defibrillator for Adults and Children May 25, English as a Second Language I, II North Bergen Courses Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 1:30-3:30pm Computer: Basics/New Users Sat, 1:30 4:30pm Electricity Basics Sat, 9am 4pm English as a Second Language I Handyman Basics Sat, 9am 4pm Tools of the Trade Sep 15, Sat, 9am 4pm Parsippany English as a Second Language I, II Sun, 4 8pm ESL, Newark, NJ Paterson Courses & Seminars Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 1:30 3:30pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat, 1:30 4:30pm CPR/Defibrillator for Adults and Children Feb 2, English as a Second Language I, II, III Green Cleaning and Maintenance Oct 27, Sat, 10am 1pm Perth Amboy Courses & Seminars Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 1:30 3:30pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat, 1:30 4:30pm CPR/Defibrillator for Adults and Children Mar 9, English as a Second Language I, II or 1 5pm Fireman: Black Seal Preparation Plainfield Courses & Seminars Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 1 3pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat, 1:30 4:30pm CPR/Defibrillator for Adults and Children Oct 5, English as a Second Language I, II, III English as a Second Language: Pronunciation Intensive Reading and Writing Randolph Courses Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 1:30 3:30pm Computers: Basics/New Users Sat, 1:30 4:30pm English as a Second Language I, II, III Red Bank Courses English as a Second Language I Trenton Courses & Seminar Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 1:30 3:30pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat, 9am 12pm English as a Second Language I, II, III Sat, 12:30 4:30pm Union City Courses & Seminars Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 1:30 3:30pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat, 1:30 4:30pm CPR/Defibrillator for Adults and Children Nov 10, English as a Second Language I, II, III 32BJ Training FUND

36 new york New York Bronx Site Managers: Joseph Cunningham, Gloria Fontanez , , , or Administrative Office: Hostos Community College 475 Grand Concourse, Room 419 & 422 (elevator to 4R), Bronx, NY Office hours: Mon & Wed, 3:30 6:30pm 2, 4, or 5 to 149th Street- Grand Concourse Bx1 or Bx19 to 149th Street and Grand Concourse How to Register Phone Registration , , or Online Registration Log on to training.32bjfunds.com Fall Trimester Registration Mon, Aug 6 Thu, Aug 23, 2012 Fall trimester begins Sat, Sep 15, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Mon, Nov 19 Thu, Dec 13, 2012 Winter trimester begins Tue, Jan 5, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 4 Sat, Mar 23, 2013 Spring trimester begins Sat, APR 6, 2013 Bronx Courses & Seminars See course and seminar descriptions starting on page 4 for details. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I, II, III Mon & Wed, 6 9pm Tue & Thu, 6 9pm Air Pollution Control Thu, 6 8:30pm Appliance Troubleshooting Mon, 6 9pm or Wed, 6 9pm Carpentry Basics Tue & Thu, 6 9pm Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Oct 6 Nov 10, Sat, 2 4pm Jan 5 Feb 9, Sat, 2 4pm Apr 6 May 11, Sat, 2 4pm Computer: Basics/New Users Sat, 2 5pm Computer: Hardware Fri, 6 9pm Computer: Internet Basics/ Word Processing Sat, 10am 1pm Computer: Powerpoint Sat, 10am 1pm Computer: Spreadsheets Sat, 10am 1pm Electricity Basics Mon & Wed, 6 9pm Tue & Thu, 6 9pm English as a Second Language I, II, III Wed & Fri, 10am 12pm or 6 8pm GED Preparation I Mon & Wed, 6 9pm Green Buildings Green Cleaning and Maintenance Nov 15, Thu, 6 9pm Mar 14, Thu, 6 9pm May 30, Thu, 6 9pm Multifamily Building Operator Certification Wed, 6 9pm Thu, 6 9pm Solar Photovoltaic Introduction Mon, 6 9pm Wed, 6 9pm Heating Systems I Mon, 6 9pm Heating Systems II Tue, 6 9pm Locksmith I, II, III Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, 6 9pm New York City Superintendent: Seminar Series Bed Bug Awareness Nov 15, Thu, 6 8pm Feb 20, Wed, 6 8pm May 23, Thu, 6 8pm Lead Safe Work Practices Nov 8 & 15, Thu, 5:30 9:30pm Mar 6 & 13, Wed, 5:30 9:30pm Jun 5 & 12, Wed, 5:30 9:30pm OSHA 30-Hour Outreach Training Tue, 6 9pm Wed, 6 9pm Plumbing Basics Mon & Wed, 6 9pm Tue & Thu, 6 9pm Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), A Toxic Plastic: Healthier Alternatives for Buildings, Homes, and Schools Oct 6, Sat, 10am 1pm Refrigeration License I, II, III Mon & Wed, 6 9pm Tue & Thu, 6 9pm Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems Tue, 6 8pm Wed, 6 8pm Tools of the Trade Sep 20 & 27, Thu, 6 9pm Oct 17 & 24, Wed, 6 9pm Feb 6 & 13, Wed, 6 9pm Feb 7 & 14, Thu, 6 9pm May 8 & 15, Wed, 6 9pm May 9 & 16, Thu, 6 9pm Brooklyn Site Manager: Donald Wingate or (toll-free) New York City College of Technology Adult Continuing Education Department 25 Chapel St., 4th Floor Brooklyn, NY A, C, or F to Jay Street/MetroTech B25, B26, B38, B54, B61, or B63 Ingersoll Training Center 51 Monument Walk (Basement) Brooklyn, NY A,C, F, or R to Jay St./MetroTech Sheepshead Training Center 2264 Bragg St., Brooklyn, NY Q to Neck Rd. Whitman Training Center 124 Carlton Ave., Brooklyn, NY B, Q, or R to DeKalb 34 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

37 How to Register Phone Registration or Online Registration Log on to training.32bjfunds.com New York City College of Technology Courses & Seminars Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 10am 12pm Computer: Basics/New Users Tue, 5:30 8:30pm Heating Systems I Tue, 6 9pm Heating Systems II Tue, 6 9pm Heating Systems III: Lab Contact Brooklyn Site Manager for dates and times. New York City College of Technology 172 Pearl St., 3rd Floor Lab Brooklyn, NY A or C to High St./Brooklyn Bridge Polyvinyl Chlorides (PVC), A Toxic Plastic: Healthier Alternatives for Buildings, Homes, and Schools Oct 17, Wed, 6 9pm Refrigeration License Preparation I, II, III Sat, 9am 4pm Ingersoll Training Center Seminars Compactor Maintenance Oct 20 & 27, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Mar 4 13, Mon & Wed, 10am 1pm Jun 13 & 20, Thu, 9am 3:30 pm Equipment Maintenance: 2 Cycle Engines/Snowblowers Oct 11 Nov 1, Thu, 10am 1pm Nov 3 & 10, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Feb 16 & 23, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Mar 6 27, Wed, 10am 1pm Groundskeeping Nov 7 28, Wed, 10am 1pm Feb 5 26, Tue, 10am 1pm Apr 6 & 13, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Industrial Cleaning Nov 2 16, Fri, 10am 1pm Mar 8 22, Fri, 10am 1pm Jun 7 21, Fri, 10am 1pm Long-Term Floor Care Oct 26, Fri, 10am 1pm Feb 20, Wed, 5:30 8:30pm Apr 20, Sat, 10am 1pm Jun 18, Tue, 10am 1pm Wall Maintenance Oct 12, Fri, 10am 1pm Apr 22, Mon, 10am 1pm Sheepshead Training Center Seminars Boiler Feed Water Testing and Treatment Nov 17, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Jan 12, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Mar 29,Fri, 9am 3:30pm May 18, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Jun 11 & 18, Tue, 5:30 8:30pm Boiler Parts and Accessories Oct 2 23, Tue, 5:30 8:30pm Nov 3 & 10, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Jan 23 Feb 13, Wed, 5:30 8:30pm Feb 23 & Mar 2, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Apr 19 & 26, Fri, 9am 3:30pm May 4 & 11 Sat, 9am 3:30pm Heat Timer: Hot-Water Reset Dec 1, Sat, 9am 3:30pm May 29 Jun 19, Wed, 5:30 8:30pm Jun 18 & 25, Tue, 5:30 8:30pm Hydronics: Hot-Water Systems Oct 13 & 20, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Dec 4 & 11, Tue, 9am 3:30pm Vacuum Tank and Pump Dec 8 & 15, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Apr 20 & 27, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Jun 8 & 15, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Whitman Training Center Seminar Roof Fan Maintenance Nov 30 & Dec 7, Fri, 5:30 8:30pm Mar 12 & 19, Tue, 5:30 8:30pm May 11, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Long Island Site Manager: Florencia Brown NASSAU Community College: Lifelong Learning 1 Education Dr., Garden City, NY N16, N35, N45, or N51 How to Register Phone Registration or Online Registration Log on to training.32bjfunds.com Fall Trimester Registration Mon, Aug 6 Thu, Aug 23, 2012 Fall trimester begins Sat, Sep 15, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Mon, Nov 19 Thu, Dec 13, 2012 Winter trimester begins Tue, Jan 5, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 4 Sat, Mar 23, 2013 Spring trimester begins Sat, APR 6, 2013 Nassau Community College Courses & Seminars See course and seminar descriptions starting on page 4 for details. Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 10am 12pm or 1:30 3:30pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing Sat, 10am 1pm or 1:30 4:30pm English as a Second Language I, II, III or 1:30 5:30pm GED Preparation I Legal Fund Benefit Overview Nov 10, Sat, 1 3pm Mar 2, Sat, 1 3pm Jun 1, Sat, 1 3pm 32BJ Training FUND

38 new york Manhattan Administrative Office 25 West 18th St., 4th and 6th Floors New York, NY Office hours: Mon Fri, 8:30am 9:30pm Sat, 8:30am 4:30pm 1 to 18th Street 4, 5, 6, N, Q, and R to Union Square F to 14th Street Douglass Training Center 60 West 104th St., New York, NY B, C to 103 Street M10 to 104th Street and Central Park West How to Register Phone Registration Online Registration Log on to training.32bjfunds.com Walk In Registration 25 West 18th St., 4th Floor Fall Trimester Registration Mon, Aug 6 Thu, Aug 23, 2012 Fall trimester begins Sat, Sep 15, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Mon, Nov 19 Thu, Dec 13, 2012 Winter trimester begins SAT, Jan 5, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 4 Sat, Mar 23, 2013 Spring trimester begins Sat, Apr 6, 2013 Manhattan Courses & Seminars See course and seminar descriptions starting on page 4 for details. Air Compressors: Certificate of Fitness Test Preparation Nov 3 & 10, Sat, 12 3pm Dec 6 & 13 Thu, 6 9pm Feb 9 & 16, Sat, 12 3pm Mar 8 & 15, Fri, 6 9pm Apr 19 & 26, Fri, 6 9pm Jun 1 & 8, Sat, 12 3pm Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I, II, III Mon & Wed, 12 3pm or 6 9pm Tue & Thu, 9am 12pm or 6 9pm Wed & Fri, 6 9pm* Sat, 9am 4pm *Section continues from Spring 2012 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration: Absorption Systems Thu, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Air Conditioning and Refrigeration: EPA Certification for Refrigerant Recovery Oct 16 Nov 6, Tue, 12 3pm Oct 24 Nov 14, Wed, 6 9pm Feb 6 27, Wed, 11am 2pm Feb 28 Mar 21, Thu, 6 9pm May 1 22, Wed, 9am 12pm May 23 Jun 13, Thu, 6 9pm Air Conditioning and Refrigeration: Variable Air Volume Oct 31 Nov 14, Wed, 11am 2pm Nov 29 Dec 13, Thu, 6 9pm Jan 19 Feb 2, Sat, 1 4pm Mar 7 21, Thu, 6 9pm May 9 16, Thu, 11am 2pm Jun 4 18, Tue, 6 9pm Air Pollution Control Tue, 6 8:30pm Wed, 6 8:30pm Thu, 12 2:30pm Sat, 9 11:30am Alarm Systems Mon, 11am 2pm Wed, 6 9pm Sat, 1 4pm Appliance Troubleshooting Fri, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Sat, 1 4pm Asbestos Awareness Nov 7, Wed, 10am 12pm Dec 11, Tue, 6 8pm Jan 10, Thu, 10am 12pm Feb 21, Thu, 6 8pm May 3, Fri, 10am 12pm Jun 8, Sat, 1 3pm Blueprint Reading Wed, 6 9pm Thu, 12 3pm Sat, 1 4pm Blueprints: An Introduction Nov 27, Tue, 6 9pm Mar 14, Thu, 12 3pm Jun 17, Mon, 12 3pm Jun 19, Wed, 6 9pm Boiler Feed Water Testing and Treatment Classes will be held at an off-site location in Brooklyn. See Brooklyn section for dates, times and location. Boiler Parts and Accessories Classes will be held at an off-site location in Brooklyn. See Brooklyn section for dates, times, and location. Building Insurance: Who Is Covered? Oct 4, Thu, 6 8pm Nov 14, Wed, 6 8pm Jan 19, Sat, 9 11am Feb 21, Thu, 6 8pm Apr 15, Mon, 10am 12pm May 23, Thu, 6 8pm Building Management I, II, III Mon, 12 2pm Tue, 6 8pm Sat, 12 3pm Building Management: Ethics Oct 10, Wed, 9am 12pm Nov 6, Tue, 6 9pm Feb 6, Wed, 6 9pm May 3, Fri, 6 9pm Jun 4, Tue, 11am 2pm Building Management: Everything You Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask Nov 8, Thu, 6 9pm Nov 14, Wed, 11am 2pm Jan 24, Thu, 9am 12pm Feb 14, Thu, 6 9pm May 6, Mon, 12 3pm Jun 5, Wed, 6 9pm Business Writing Wed & Fri, 12 2pm or 6 8pm Sat, 9am 1:30pm Carpentry Basics Mon & Wed, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Tue & Thu, 6 9pm Sat, 9am 4pm Chemical Safety in the Workplace Oct 20, Sat, 9am 12pm Nov 15, Thu, 6 9pm Jan 26, Sat, 9am 12pm Feb 14, Thu, 6 9pm 36 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

39 Apr 20, Sat, 9am 12pm May 2, Thu, 6 9pm Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Oct 13 Nov 17, Sat, 2 4pm Oct 15 Nov 19, Mon, 6 8pm Oct 23 Nov 27, Tue, 10am 12pm Jan 23 Feb 27, Wed, 10am 12pm Jan 24 Feb 28, Thu, 6 8pm Jan 26 Mar 2, Sat, 2 4pm Apr 13 May 18, Sat, 2 4pm Apr 16 May 21, Tue, 6 8pm Apr 18 May 23, Thu, 10am 12pm Cleaning: Products and Techniques Oct 12 Nov 16, Fri, 12 3pm or 6 9pm Jan 18 Feb 22, Fri, 12 3pm or 6 9pm May 3 Jun 7, Fri, 12 3pm or 6 9pm Some sessions will be held at an off-site location in Brooklyn. College Preparation: ACT Writing Call for more information. College Preparation: ACT Writing/Math Call for more information. College Preparation: Math I/Basic Call for more information. Combustion Safety Testing Oct 9 & 16, Tue, 9am 12pm Oct 12 & 19, Fri, 6 9pm Jan 15 & 22, Tue, 9am 12pm Jan 18 & 25, Fri, 6 9pm Apr 18 & 25, Thu, 9am 12pm Apr 19 & 26, Fri, 6 9pm Communication Workshop: TheatreWorks Mon, Oct 1 Jan 21, 6 8pm Tue, Oct 2 Jan 29, 12 2pm Spring dates TBA Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Oct 3 Dec 12, Wed, 6:30 9:30pm Mar 2 Apr 6, Sat, 10am 4pm Compactor Maintenance Classes will be held at an off-site location in Brooklyn. See Brooklyn section for dates, times, and location. Computer-Assisted Design (CAD) Tue, 6 9pm Wed, 12 3pm Computer: Basics/New Users Mon, 9am 12pm or 6 9pm Tue, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Wed 12 3pm or 6 9pm Fri, 6 9pm Sat, 9am 12pm, 1:30 4:30pm Computer: Hardware Fri, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Sat, 1 4pm Computer: Internet Basics/ Word Processing Mon, 9am 12pm or 6 9pm Tue, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Wed, 12 3pm or 6 9pm Sat, 9am 12pm or 1:30 4:30pm Computer: PowerPoint Oct 18 Nov 8, Thu, 9am 12pm or 6 9 pm Oct 20 Nov 10, Sat, 1:30 4:30pm Oct 24 Nov 14, Wed, 6 9pm Oct 26 Nov 16, Fri, 11am 2pm Jan 17 Feb 7, Thu, 9am 12pm or 6 9 pm Jan 19 Feb 2, Sat, 1:30 4:30pm Jan 24 Feb 14, Thu, 6 9pm Jan 25 Feb 15, Fri, 11am 2pm Apr 27 May 18, Sat, 1:30 4:30 pm May 1 22, Wed, 6 9 pm May 9 30, Thu, 9am 12pm or 6 9pm May 10 31, Fri, 11am 2pm Computer: Running a Building with a Computer Thu, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Sat, 1:30 4:30pm Computer: Spreadsheets (MS Excel) Mon, 9am 12pm or 6 9pm Tue, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Wed, 12 3pm or 6 9pm Sat, 9am 12pm or 1:30 4:30pm CPR/Defibrillator for Adults and Children Oct 10, Wed, 5 9pm Oct 27, Sat, 12:30 4:30pm Nov 8, Thu, 9am 1pm Dec 8, Sat, 12:30 4:30pm Jan 16, Wed, 5 9pm Feb 26, Tue, 9am 1pm Mar 2, Apr 12, Fri, 5 9pm May 18, Sat, 12:30 4:30pm Jun 12, Wed, 5 9pm Crisis Prevention and Management Sep 25 & Oct 2, Tue, 10am 2pm Oct 16 & 23, Tue, 5 9pm Nov 8 & 15, Thu, 10am 2pm Dec 1 & 8, Jan 4 & 11, Fri, 10am 2pm Feb 8 & 15, Fri, 5 9pm Mar 12 & 19, Tue, 10am 2pm Custodian Engineer Exam Preparation Course will be conducted once an exam date is announced. There are three months between the filing period and the exam. Call for more information. Customer Service Nov 1 & 8, Thu, 11am 1pm Nov 10 Sat, 10am 2pm Nov 13 & 20, Thu, 6 8pm Jan 10 & 17, Thu, 9 11am Jan 12, Sat, 10am 2pm Jan 17 & 24, Thu, 6 8pm Apr 4 & 11, Thu, 12 2pm Apr 11 & 18, Thu, 5 7pm Apr 13, Sat, 10am 2pm Electricity Basics Mon & Wed, 6 9pm Tue & Thu, 9am 12pm, 12 3pm, or 6 9pm Sat, 9am 4pm Electricity: Troubleshooting Classes will be held at an off site location in Upper Manhattan. See Upper Manhattan section for dates, times and location. English as a Second Language I, II, III Mon & Wed, 12 2pm or 6 8pm Tue & Thu, 12 2pm or 6 8pm Sat, 9am 1:30pm English as a Second Language: Pronunciation Intensive Oct 27 Dec 8, Sat, 1:30 4:30pm Nov 6 Dec 11, Tue, 11am 2pm Jan 9 Feb 13, Wed, 6 9pm Jan 19 Feb 23, Sat, 1:30 4:30pm Apr 13 May 18, Sat, 1:30 4:30pm Apr 18 May 23, Thu, 6 9pm Equipment Maintenance: 2 Cycle Engines/Snowblowers Classes will be held at an off-site location in Brooklyn. See Brooklyn section for dates, times, and location. Exercise for the Workplace Tue & Thu, 5:30 7:30pm Facilities Management Nov 15, Thu, 6 9pm Nov 20, Tue, 11am 2pm Feb 7, Thu, 6 9pm Feb 12, Tue, 11am 2pm May 9, Thu, 6 9pm May 16, Thu, 11am 2pm 32BJ Training FUND

40 new york city Fire Alarm Systems Oct 27, Sat, 12:30 3:30pm Nov 29, Thu, 6 9pm Feb 23, Sat, 12:30 3:30pm Apr 18, Thu, 6 9pm Jun 8, Sat, 12:30 3:30pm Fire Guard for Office Buildings Nov 14, Wed, 6 9pm Jan 12, Sat, 12:30 3:30pm Mar 23, Sat, 12:30 3:30pm May 13, Mon, 3 6pm Fire Safety Director: Building Operation Maintenance and Record Keeping Sep 19 & 26, Wed, 4:30 9pm Oct 20 & 27, Sat, 12:30 5pm Nov 1 & 8, Thu, 4:30 9pm Nov 30 & Dec 7, Fri, 4:30 9pm Jan 12 & 19, Sat, 12:30 5pm Feb 13 & 20, Wed, 4:30 9pm Mar 14 & 21, Thu, 4:30 9pm Apr 20 & 27, Sat, 12:30 5pm May 8 & 15, Wed, 4:30 9pm Jun 6 & 13, Thu 4:30 9pm Fire Safety Director for Commercial Buildings Mon, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Tue, 6 9pm Fri, 9am 12pm Sat, 9am 12pm Fire Safety Director: On-Site Update Sep 27, Thu, 6 9pm Oct 31, Wed, 6 9pm Nov 17, Sat, 1 4pm Jan 24, Thu, 6 9pm Feb 27, Wed, 12 3pm Mar 16, Sat, 1 4pm Apr 9, Tue, 6 9 pm May 16, Thu, 6 9pm Jun 1, Sat, 1 4pm Fire Safety/Emergency Action Plan (EAP I): Written Oct 11 & 18, Thu, 4:30 9pm Nov 10 & 17, Sat, 12:30 5pm Dec 5 & 12, Wed, 4:30 9pm Jan 26 & Feb 2, Sat, 12:30 5pm Mar 8 & 15, Fri, 4:30 9pm Apr 6 & 13, Sat, 12:30 5pm Jun 6 & 13, Thu, 4:30 9pm Fire Safety/Emergency Action Plan (EAP II): On Site Oct 26, Fri, 6 8pm Dec 1, Sat, 12 2pm Feb 16, Sat, 12 2pm Mar 20, Wed, 6 8pm May 1, Wed, 6 8pm Jun 8, Sat, 12 2pm Fire Safety for Residential Buildings Oct 17, Wed, 6 9pm Dec 7, Fri, 11am 2pm Jan 19, Sat, 1 4pm Mar 14, Thu, 6 9pm Apr 18, Thu, 6 9pm Jun 7, Fri, 1 4pm GED Preparation I, II Mon & Wed, 12 2pm Tue & Thu, 6 8pm Sat, 9am 1:30pm Green Buildings Commercial Building Operator Certification I (BOC I) Mon & Wed, 6 9pm Commercial Building Operator Certification II (BOC II) Mon & Wed, 6 9pm (Spring only) Building Operator Certification Seminar Series Data Visualization for Diagnostics Jun 19, Mon, 6 9pm (Spring only) Energy Diagnostics Using Data Loggers/ Building Automation Systems Jun 17, Mon, 6 9pm (Spring only) Excel for Building Managers Jun 10, Mon, 6 9pm (Spring only) Spreadsheets and Utility Bill Analysis Jun 12, Wed, 6 9pm (Spring only) Converting from #6 Fuel Oil Oct 15, Mon, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Feb 12, Tue, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Jun 5, Wed, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Energy Benchmarking Nov 7 & 14, Wed, 12 3pm Nov 28 & Dec 5, Wed, 6 9pm Green Cleaning and Maintenance In Manhattan this topic is included in Cleaning: Products and Techniques Green Cleaning for Health and Efficiency Only available upon employer request. Please call to arrange. Green Coaching: Putting Your Green Plan Into Action Available by appointment. Please call to arrange. Over 22 years of taking classes at the 32BJ Training Fund has enabled me to progress from a porter, elevator operator, doorman, concierge, handyman, superintendent, resident manager and finally, an instructor. James Rauscher, Resident Manager, Gumley-Haft, Manhattan, NY TER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

41 Green Professional (GPRO) Operations and Maintenance Sep 18 Nov 6, Tue, 11am 2pm Sep 26 Nov 14, Wed, 6 9pm Sep 29 Nov 3, Sat, 10am 2pm LEED Green Associate (GA) Test Preparation Jan 8 Feb 26, Tue, 6 9pm Multifamily Building Analyst Certification Mon & Wed, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Multifamily Building Operator Certification Mon, 11am 2pm Mon & Wed, 6 9pm Thu, 6 9pm New Technologies and Materials Wed, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm NYC Green Codes Oct 10, Wed, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Feb 26, Tue, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm May 16, Wed, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Solar Photovoltaic: An Introduction Classes will be held at Hostos Community College in the Bronx. See Bronx section for dates, times, and location. Groundskeeping Classes will be held at an off-site location in Brooklyn. See Brooklyn section for dates, times, and location. Heat Pumps Jan 18 Feb 8, Fri, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Apr 19 May 10, Fri, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Heating Systems I, II Tue, 8:30 11:30am or 6 9pm Sat, 9am 12pm Heating Systems III: Lab Classes will be held at an off-site location in Brooklyn. Contact the Site Manager for dates and times for the Winter and Spring trimesters. Heat Timer: Hot-Water Reset Classes will be held at an off-site location in Brooklyn. See Brooklyn section for dates, times, and location. Human Relations Wed, 6 8pm Fri, 12 2pm Sat, 1 3pm HVAC: Preventative Maintenance Nov 8, Thu, 6 9pm Feb 5, Tue, 12 3pm Jun 8, Sat, 2 5pm Hydronics: Hot Water Systems Classes will be held at an off-site location in Brooklyn. See Brooklyn section for dates, times and location. Industrial Cleaning Classes will be held at an off-site location in Brooklyn. See Brooklyn section for dates, times, and location. Lead Safety for Renovation, Repair, and Painting: Initial Sep 21, Fri, 8:30am 5:30pm Oct 26, Fri, 8:30am 5:30pm Nov 8 & 15, Thu, 8:30am 12:30pm Dec 7, Fri, 8:30am 5:30pm Jan 18, Fri, 8:30am 5:30pm Feb 6 & 13, Wed, 8:30am 12:30pm Feb 23, Sat, 8:30am 5:30pm Mar 7, Thu, 8:30am 5:30pm Apr 15, Mon, 8:30am 5:30pm May 8 & 15, Wed, 8:30am 12:30pm May 13 & 20, Mon, 8:30am 12:30pm Jun 7, Fri, 8:30am 5:30pm Lead Safety for Renovation, Repair and Painting: Renewal Nov 15, Thu, 5 9pm Dec 3, Mon, 9am 1pm Jan 16, Wed, 5 9pm Mar 11, Mon, 9am 1pm Apr 29, Mon, 5 9pm May 28, Tue, 9am 1pm Leadership Skills Oct 9 & 16, Tue, 9 11am Oct 12 & 19, Fri, 6 8pm Jan 15 & 22, Tue, 9 11am Jan 18 & 25, Fri, 6 8pm Apr 16 & 23, Tue, 9 11am Apr 19 & 26, Fri, 6 8pm Legal Fund Benefit Overview Oct 13, Sat, 1 3pm May 4, Sat, 1 3pm Locksmith I, II, III Mon, 6 9pm Thu, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm* Fri, 6 9pm Sat, 12:30 3:30pm *Section continues from Spring 2012 Log Keeping Sep 25, Tue, 10am 1pm Jan 14, Mon, 6 9pm Apr 13, Sat, 10am 1pm Long-Term Floor Care Classes will be held at an off-site location in Brooklyn. See Brooklyn section for dates, times, and location. Mold Awareness Nov 13, Tue, 10am 1pm Dec 13, Thu, 10am 1pm Jan 15, Tue, 10am 1pm Feb 20, Wed, 6 9pm May 2, Thu, 10am 1pm Jun 3, Mon, 6 9pm Multimeters: The Basics Sep 27, Thu, 10am 1pm Feb 8, Fri, 6 9pm Mar 2, Sat, 10am 1pm New York City Superintendent: Seminar Series Bed Bug Awareness Nov 7, Wed, 10am 12pm Nov 12, Mon, 6 8pm Jan 8, Tue, 6 8pm Jan 28, Mon, 10am 12pm Mar 6, Wed, 6 8pm Apr 16, Tue, 10am 12pm Jun 12, Wed, 6 8pm Carbon Monoxide Compliance Oct 3, Wed, 6 9pm Nov 14, Wed, 10am 1pm Jan 24, Thu, 10am 1pm Feb 25, Mon, 6 9pm Apr 10, Wed, 10am 1pm May 16, Thu, 6 9pm Heat and Hot Water Nov 9, Fri, 6 9pm Dec 5, Wed, 9am 12pm Jan 7, Mon, 10am 1pm Feb 5, Tue, 6 9pm Apr 9, Tue, 10am 1pm May 1, Wed, 6 9pm Jun 3, Mon, 6 9pm Integrated Pest Management Nov 6, Tue, 10am 1pm Dec 3, Mon, 10am 1pm Jan 9, Wed, 10am 1pm Feb 19, Tue, 6 9pm Apr 24, Wed, 10am 1pm May 2, Thu, 6 9pm 32BJ Training FUND

42 new york city Lead Safe Work Practices Oct 17 & 24, Wed, 10am 2pm Nov 14, Wed, 9am 5pm Dec 4 & 11, Tue, 5:30 9:30pm Jan 28 & Feb 4, Mon, 10am 2pm Mar 7 & 14, Thu, 5:30 9:30pm Apr 15 & 22, Mon, 10am 2pm May 11, Sat, 9am 5pm May 22 & 29, Wed, 5:30 9:30pm Local Law I Nov 12, Mon, 10am 1pm Dec 4, Tue, 6 9pm Feb 13, Wed, 6 9pm Mar 11, Mon, 10am 1pm Apr 22, Mon, 10am 1pm May 23, Thu, 6 9pm Visual Assessment Nov 19, Mon, 6 9pm Dec 5, Wed, 6 9pm Mar 5, Tue, 10am 1pm Apr 15, Mon, 6 9pm May 9, Thu, 10am 1pm Jun 6, Thu, 6 9pm Online Courses Register for online seminars in the Computer Lab on any Tuesday or Wednesday, 4 6 pm or on the last Saturday of the month, 11am 1pm, or call to receive log-in credentials by phone. Online: Business Writing Online: Fan Safety Online: How to Read a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) Online: Individual Anger Management Online: Lead Awareness General Industry Online: Microsoft Excel 2007 Online: Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Online: Microsoft Word 2007 Online: OSHA 10-Hour Construction Outreach Training Online: OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Outreach Training Online: OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Outreach Training Online: Safe Drivers Online: Tools of the Trade OSHA 10-Hour Construction Outreach Training Employer referral only. Call for more information. OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Outreach Training Tue, 6 9pm Wed, 11am 2pm OSHA/EPA Safety and Reporting Requirements for Superintendents Oct 22 & 29, Mon, 10am 12pm Nov 20 & 27, Tue, 6 8pm Jan 22 & 29, Tue, 10am 12pm Mar 6 & 13, Wed, 6 8pm May 1 & 8, Wed, 12 2pm Jun 1, Pest Control Fundamentals: Core Sep 26 Oct 31, Wed, 5 9:30pm Sep 28 Nov 2, Fri, 9:30am 2pm May 3 Jun 7, Fri, 9:30am 2pm Apr 24 May 29, Wed, 5 9:30pm Pest Control Fundamentals: 7A Extermination Nov 1 15, Thu, 9:30am 2:30pm Jun 1 15, Sat, 9:30am 2:30pm Pest Control Fundamentals: 7G Cooling Towers Nov 7 & 14, Wed, 5:30 9:30pm Nov 9 & 16, Fri, 9:30am 2:30pm Jun 5 & 12, Wed, 5:30 9:30pm Jun 7 & 14, Fri, 9:30am 2:30pm Plumbing Basics Mon & Wed, 9am 12pm or 6 9pm Tue & Thu, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Sat, 9am 4pm Plumbing: Troubleshooting Classes will be held at an off site location in Upper Manhattan. See Upper Manhattan section for dates, times and location. Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) in Schools and Buildings Sep 18, Tue, 12 2pm or 6 8pm Sep 20, Thu, 6 8pm Sep 22, Sat, 10am 12pm Jan 22, Tue, 12 2pm or 6 8pm Jan 24, Thu, 6 8pm Jan 26, Sat, 10am 12pm Apr 16, Tue, 12 2pm or 6 8pm Apr 18, Thu, 6 8pm Apr 20, Sat, 10am 12pm Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), A Toxic Plastic: Healthier Alternatives for Buildings, Homes, and Schools Nov 10, Sat, 10am 1pm Pool Operation Certification Nov 10 & 17, Sat, 9am 5pm Nov 13 & 14, Tue & Wed, 5 9pm Nov 20 & 21, Tue & Wed, 5 9pm Feb 9 & 16, Sat, 9am 5pm Mar 5 & 12, Tue, 9am 5pm Apr 6 & 13, Sat, 9am 5pm May 7 & 14, Tue, 9am 5pm Presentation Skills Nov 5, Mon, 11am 2pm Feb 4, Mon, 1:30 4:30pm May 21, Tue, 6 9pm Professionalism in the Workplace Employer referral only. Call for more information. Reading and Writing Mon & Wed, 6 8pm Tue & Thu, 12 2pm Sat, 9am 1:30pm Refrigeration License Preparation I, II, III Mon & Wed, 9am 12pm or 6 9pm Tue & Thu, 6 9pm Sat, 9am 4pm Refrigeration License Practical Review Oct 22 Nov 26, Mon, 11am 2pm Oct 24 Dec 5, Wed, 6 9pm Jan 16 Feb 6, Wed, 6 9pm Jan 28 Mar 11, Mon, 11am 2pm Apr 15 May 20, Mon, 11am 2pm Apr 17 May 22, Wed, 6 9pm Renovation Projects: How to Manage Oct 24, Wed, 9am 4pm Nov 7 & 14, Wed, 6 9pm Jan 16, Wed, 9am 4pm Feb 14 & 21, Thu, 6 9pm Mar 23, Sat, 9am 4pm Apr 24, Wed, 9am 4pm Jun 4 & 11, Tue, 6 9pm Roof Fan Maintenance Classes will be held at an off-site location in Brooklyn. See Brooklyn section for dates, times, and location. Safe and Secure Employer referral only. Call LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

43 Safe Drivers Oct 6, Sat, 9:30am 3:30pm Nov 10, Sat, 9:30am 3:30pm Jan 19, Sat, 9:30am 3:30pm Feb 1 & 8, Fri, 11am 2pm Apr 11 & 18, Thu, 5:30 8:30pm May 4, Sat, 9:30am 3:30pm Security Awareness Nov 8, Thu, 5:30 8:30pm Dec 6, Thu, 11am 2pm Jan 17, Thu, 5:30 8:30pm Mar 21, Thu, 11am 2pm May 16, Thu, 5:30 8:30pm Jun 5, Wed, 11am 2pm Security: The Art of Perception Sep 19, Wed, 9am 12pm Oct 22, Mon, 6 9pm Nov 17, Sat, 9am 12pm Jan 16, Wed, 9am 12pm Feb 12, Tue, 6 9pm Mar 9, Sat, 9am 12pm Apr 11, Thu, 9am 12pm May 15, Wed, 6 9pm Jun 8, Sat, 9am 12pm Security Officer: 8-Hour Annual Call for more information. Security Officer: 40-Hour (8-Hour + CPR) Call for more information. Security Officer: Professional Security Management Call for more information. Security Officer: Seminar Series Anger Management/Defusing Hostility Oct 24, Wed, 6 9pm Apr 20, Sat, 9am 12pm Conflict Management/ Dispute Resolution Jan 16, Wed, 6 9pm May 14, Tue, 6 9pm Customer Service for Security Officers Nov 3, Sat, 9am 12pm Feb 7, Thu, 6 9pm Diversity Appreciation/ Cultural Competency Oct 10, Wed, 6 9pm Emergency Response and Crisis Management Dec 4, Tue, 6 9pm May 7, Tue, 6 9pm Ethics Jun 4, Tue, 6 9pm Interacting with Emotionally Disturbed Persons (EDP) Feb 19, Tue, 6 9pm Jun 10, Mon, 6 9pm Observation and Perception: Meeting the Challenge of Profiling Nov 13, Tue, 6 9pm Security in a School Environment Nov 1, Thu, 6 9pm Feb 12, Tue, 6 9pm May 4, Sat, 9am 12pm Terrorism Awareness and Prevention Dec 1, Sat, 9am 12pm Mar 12, Tue, 6 9pm Spanish for the Workplace I, II Mon & Wed, 12 2pm Tue & Thu, 6 8pm Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems Wed, 12 2pm or 6 8pm Thu, 12 2pm Sat, 9 11am Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems: Update Nov 9 & 16, Fri, 11am 2pm Dec 3 & 10, Mon, 6 9pm Jan 23 & 30, Wed, 11am 2pm Feb 7 & 14, Thu, 6 9pm Mar 2 & 9, Sat, 12 3pm May 6 & 13, Mon, 6 9pm Jun 6 & 13, Thu, 12 3pm Steam I: Theory Nov 13, Tue, 4:30 8:30pm Mar 7, Thu, 4:30 8:30pm Steam II: Hands On Classes will be held at an off-site location in Queens. Nov 27, Tue, 4:30 8:30pm Mar 14, Thu, 4:30 8:30pm Successful Supers: The 10 Habits of Highly Effective Supers Oct 11 & 18, Thu, 6 9pm Jan 18 & 25, Fri, 12 3pm May 11 & 18, Sat, 9am 12pm Superintendents: How to Become One Oct 24, Wed, 6 9pm Nov 16, Fri, 6 9pm Dec 8, Sat, 9am 12pm Jan 16, Wed, 6 9pm Feb 15, Fri, 6 9pm Mar 14, Thu, 11am 2pm Apr 19, Fri, 6 9pm May 22, Wed, 6 9pm Jun 1, Sat, 9am 12pm Supervisory Skills for Building Service Workers Oct 17 Nov 7, Wed, 10am 12pm or 6 8pm Jan 23 Feb 13, Wed, 10am 12pm or 6 8pm May 1 22, Wed, 10am 12pm or 6 8pm Tools of the Trade Oct 17 & 24, Wed, 6 9pm Oct 19, Fri, 11am 5pm Nov 19 & 26, Mon, 11am 2pm Jan 10 & 17, Thu, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Feb 15, Fri, 11am 5pm Mar 7 & 14, Thu, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Apr 10 & 17, Wed, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm May 3 & 10, Fri, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm May 21 & 28, Tue, 11am 2pm or 6 9pm Vacuum Tank and Pump Classes will be held at an off-site location in Brooklyn. See Brooklyn section for dates, times, and location. Violation Removal Oct 25, Thu, 6 9pm Nov 8, Thu, 6 9pm Dec 8, Sat, 9am 12pm Jan 16, Wed, 10am 1pm Feb 7, Thu, 6 9pm Mar 21, Thu, 6 9pm Apr 13, Sat, 9am 12pm May 16, Thu, 6 9pm Wall Maintenance Classes will be held at an off-site location in Brooklyn. See Brooklyn section for dates, times, and location. Window Cleaners: New York State Department of Labor Certified Apprenticeship Program Call for more information. Wood Floor Care Nov 6 & 13, Tue, 3 6pm Feb 6 & 13, Wed, 3 6pm Mar 7 & 14, Thu, 3 6pm Jun 7 & 14, Fri, 4 7pm 32BJ Training FUND

44 new york city / WESTC Queens Site Manager: Florencia Brown or Administrative Office: queens College Kissena Blvd., Flushing, NY Office Located in CEP Hall 2, Room 4 7 to Main Street, E, F, G, or R to 71st and Continental Avenue, F to Parsons Boulevard, or E or F to Union Turnpike, then follow bus directions Q17, 25 34, 44, 64, 74, or 88 How to Register Phone Registration or Online Registration Log on to training.32bjfunds.com Fall Trimester Registration Mon, Aug 6 Thu, Aug 23, 2012 Fall trimester begins Sat, Sep 15, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Mon, Nov 19 Thu, Dec 13, 2012 Winter trimester begins Tue, Jan 5, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 4 Sat, Mar 23, 2013 Spring trimester begins Sat, APR 6, 2013 Queens Courses & Seminars See course and seminar descriptions starting on page 4 for details. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I, II, III Sat, 9am 4pm Business Writing Sat, 1 3pm Mon, 6 8pm Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Sat, 1:30 3:30pm Mon, 6 8pm Tue, 11am 1pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Internet Basics/Word Processing, Spreadsheets Wed, 11am 2pm Sat, 9:30am 12:30pm or 1:30 4:30pm Plumbing Basics, Queens, NY CPR/Defibrillator for Adults and Children Oct 13, or 1 5pm Feb 9, or 1 5pm May 11, Electricity Basics Mon & Wed, 9am 12pm or 6 9pm Sat, 9am 4pm English as a Second Language I, II, III Tue & Thu, 6 8pm Fire Safety Director in Commercial Buildings Wed, 6 9pm Sat, 9am 12pm GED Preparation I, II Mon & Wed, 6 8pm Green Cleaning and Maintenance Contact Site Manager for details. Heating Systems I, II Thu, 6 9pm Sat, 9am 12pm Human Relations Mon, 6 8pm Sat, 10:30am 12:30pm Locksmith I Mon, 6 9pm Sat, 9am 12pm or 1 4pm OSHA 30-Hour Outreach Training Mon, 6 9pm Sat, 9am 12pm or 1 4pm Plumbing Basics Tue & Thu, 9am 12pm or 6 9pm Sat, 9am 4pm Polyvinyl Chlorides (PVC), A Toxic Plastic: Healthier Alternatives for Buildings, Homes, and Schools Nov 13, Tue, 6 9pm Security Officer: 8-Hour Annual Call for more information. Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems Thu, 6 8pm Sat, 12 2pm Tools of the Trade Oct 16 & 23, Tue, 10am 1pm Oct 17 & 24, Wed, 6 9pm Oct 20, Sat, 9am 4pm Oct 27, Sat, 9am 4pm Jan 22 & 29, Tue, 11am 2pm Jan 23 & 30, Wed, 6 9pm Jan 26, Sat, 9am 4pm Feb 1, Fri, 9am 4pm Apr 27, Sat, 9am 4pm Apr 29 & May 6, Mon, 11am 2pm Apr 30 & May 7, Tue, 6 9pm Upper Manhattan Site Managers: Joseph Cunningham or (toll-free) CUN Y in the Heights 108 Cooper St., New York, NY A to 207th Street Bx12 to 207th Street and Broadway Douglass Training Center 60 West 104th St., New York, NY B, C to 103 Street M10 to 104th Street and Central Park West 42 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

45 HESTER / virginia How to Register Phone Registration or (toll-free) Online Registration Log on to training.32bjfunds.com Fall Trimester Registration Mon, Aug 6 Thu, Aug 23, 2012 Fall trimester begins Sat, Sep 15, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Mon, Nov 19 Thu, Dec 13, 2012 Winter trimester begins sat, Jan 5, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 4 Sat, Mar 23, 2013 Spring trimester begins Sat, apr 6, 2013 CUNY in the Heights Courses See course descriptions starting on page 4 for details. Heating Systems I, II Wed, 6 9pm Thu, 6 9pm Douglass Training Center Seminars See course descriptions starting on page 4 for details. Electricity Troubleshooting Oct 13 & 20, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Nov 19 Dec 10, Mon, 5:30 8:30pm Jan 12 & 19, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Jan 7 Feb 4, Thu, 5:30 8:30pm Apr 20 & 27, Sat, 9am 3:30pm May 7 28, Tue, 5:30 8:30pm Plumbing Troubleshooting Oct 15 24, Mon & Wed, 5:30 8:30pm Nov 10 & 17, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Feb 9 & 16, Sat, 9am 3:30pm Mar 6 27, Wed, 5:30 8:30pm Apr 20 & 27, Sat, 9am 3:30pm May 14 23, Tue & Thu, 5:30 8:30pm Westchester Site Manager: Gloria Fontanez PACE University 1 11 Martine Ave., White Plains, NY Harlem Line of the Metro-North Railroad to White Plains station Bee-Line Bus System to White Plains Transit Center How to Register Phone Registration or Online Registration Log on to training.32bjfunds.com Fall Trimester Registration Mon, Aug 6 Thu, Aug 23, 2012, 12 4pm Fall trimester begins Sat, Sep 15, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Mon, Nov 19 Thu, Dec 13, 2012 Winter trimester begins sat, Jan 5, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 4 Sat, Mar 23, 2013 Spring trimester begins Sat, Apr 6, 2013 White Plains Courses & Seminars Citizenship Exam: Test Preparation Oct 6 Nov 10, Sat, 2 4pm Apr 6 May 11, Sat, 2 4pm Computer: Basics/New Users, Hardware, Internet Basics/ Word Processing, Spreadsheets Sat, 2 5pm English as a Second Language I, II, III GED Preparation I Sat, 1:30 5:30pm Green Cleaning and Maintenance Sep 22, Sat, 10am 1pm May 11, Sat, 10am 1pm Legal Fund Benefit Overview Oct 20, Sat, 1 3pm Feb 16, Sat, 1 3pm May 11, Sat, 1 3pm Virginia Site Manager: Jose Gonzalez Staff: Doris Ruano, Jeanett Villalobos , , or (toll-free) Arlington Clarendon Education Center 2801 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington, VA Office hours: Mon Fri, 2 7pm Sat and Sun, 10am 1pm Metro to Clarendon How to Register Phone Registration Weekdays, 2:30 7pm Weekends, 10am 1pm Fall Trimester Registration Wed, Jul 25 Fri, Sep 21, 2012 Fall trimester begins Sat, SEP 15, 2012 Winter Trimester Registration Thu, Nov 15, 2012 Fri, Jan 18, 2013 Winter trimester begins Sat, Jan 19, 2013 Spring Trimester Registration Mon, Mar 25 Fri, Apr 26, 2013 Spring trimester begins Sat, Apr 13, 2013 Arlington Courses & Seminars See course and seminar descriptions starting on page 4 for details. CPR/Defibrillator for Adults and Children Oct 13, Sat, 10am 2pm Feb 23, Sat, 10am 2pm May 11, Customer Service Feb 2, Sat, 10am 12pm English as a Second Language I, II, III Tue & Thu, 1 4pm Sat, 9am 1:30pm 32BJ Training FUND

46 Career Tracks Get on Track The 32BJ Training Program has developed several Career Tracks intended to provide students with the essential tools and mechanical abilities needed to achieve the next level in their career path. Each Career Track is composed of both required and elective courses/seminars developed to give students the fundamental structure necessary to meet the challenges and changes in today s building service industry. Career Tracks are designed to give students a well-rounded practical and theoretical knowledge of their field. Please note that courses may be taken at any location where they are offered. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration License Certification Commercial Acquire the building blocks necessary to gain access as an entry level building engineer. Prerequisites Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I, II, III Air Pollution Control Computer: Basics/New Users High school diploma or GED Required Courses/Seminars Human Relations OSHA 30-Hour Outreach Training Refrigeration License Preparation I, II, III Elective Courses/Seminars (Two courses and two seminars required) Air Conditioning and Refrigeration: Absorption Systems Blueprints: An Introduction Business Writing Computer: Internet Basics/Word Processing Literacy/MS Word Heat Pumps HVAC: Preventative Maintenance Reading and Writing Refrigeration License Review Steam I: Theory Steam II: Hands-On Certifications* FDNY/Refrigeration System Operating Engineer OSHA 30-Hour Certificate Green Building Commercial/Residential Obtain the skills and certifications necessary to operate a building in an efficient and sustainable way. Prerequisites Appropriate reading and math level or high school diploma or GED Carpentry Basics Electricity Basics Plumbing Basics Required Courses/Seminars Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I, II, III Green Professional (GPRO) Operations and Maintenance Green Buildings: Energy Efficient Multifamily Building Operator Professional Green Buildings: New Technologies and Materials Green Buildings: NYC Green Codes Green Buildings: Energy Star Portfolio Manager Heating Systems I, II, III: Lab Elective Courses/Seminars (One course required) Green Buildings: Commercial Building Operator Certification (BOC) Green Buildings: Multifamily Building Analyst Certification Certifications* Building Performance Institute: Multifamily Building Operator Building Performance Institute: Multifamily Building Analyst Building Operator Certification Urban Green Council GPRO Foundations of Building Green and Operations and Maintenance Essentials Certificate *Upon successful completion of exams administered by certifying agencies 44 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

47 Handyperson Commercial/Residential Gain the ability to perform the basic electrical, plumbing, carpentry, and other repairs required of a handyperson. Required Courses/Seminars Air Pollution Control (in NYC only) Carpentry Basics Electricity Basics Fire Safety Director for Commercial Buildings or Fire Safety for Residential Buildings Human Relations OSHA 30-Hour Certificate Plumbing Basics Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems (in NYC only) Tools of the Trade Elective Courses/Seminars (Two courses and two seminars required) Alarm Systems Asbestos Awareness Blueprint Reading Cleaning: Products and Techniques Computer: Basics/New Users Electricity: Troubleshooting Green Buildings: Energy Efficient Multifamily Building Operator Professional Groundskeeping Industrial Cleaning Mold Awareness Plumbing: Troubleshooting Certifications* NYC DEP Air Pollution Control Certificate of Instruction (in NYC only) FDNY/Fire Safety Director License (for NYC commercial buildings) FDNY/Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems (in NYC only) Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning (HRAC) Residential Gather the knowledge necessary to operate a building s air conditioning and heating systems. Prerequisites Appropriate reading and math level or high school diploma or GED Air Pollution Control (in NYC only) Electricity Basics Plumbing Basics Required Courses/Seminars Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I, II, III Heating Systems I, II Human Relations OSHA 30-Hour Outreach Training Elective Courses/Seminars (One course and two seminars required) Air Conditioning and Refrigeration: Absorption Systems Boiler Feed Water Testing and Treatment Building Management: Ethics Business Writing Computer: Basics/New Users Electricity: Troubleshooting Green Buildings: Energy Efficient Multifamily Building Operator Professional HVAC: Preventative Maintenance Heat Pumps Heat Timer Hot-Water Reset Heating Systems III: Lab Plumbing: Troubleshooting Reading and Writing Certifications* NYC DEP Air Pollution Control Certificate of Instruction (in NYC only) FDNY/#6 Low PSI Oil Burner OSHA 30-Hour Certificate Universal Refrigeration Recovery License Lead Cleaner/ Cleaning Foreperson Commercial Progress from commercial office cleaner to lead cleaner or foreperson. Prerequisites Appropriate reading and math level or high school diploma or GED Required Courses/Seminars Business Writing Cleaning: Products and Techniques Computer: Basics/New Users Customer Service Green Buildings: Energy Efficient Multifamily Building Operator Professional Human Relations OSHA 30-Hour Outreach Training Spanish for the Workplace or Reading and Writing Supervisory Skills for Building Service Workers Elective Seminars (Two seminars required) Floor Care Machines Industrial Cleaning Wall Maintenance Wood Floor Care Certifications* OSHA 30-Hour Certificate 32BJ Training FUND

48 Career Tracks Security Professional Commercial Acquire skills to handle a wide range of emergency situations. Prerequisites Appropriate reading and math level or high school diploma or GED Currently licensed as a Security Officer Required Courses/Seminars Business Writing Community Emergency Response Team or Security Officer: 40 Hour Computer: Basics/New Users Fire Safety Director in Commercial Buildings (in NYC only) Human Relations OSHA 30-Hour Outreach Training Security Officer: Seminar Series (must complete five of the seminars listed on page 24) Security Officer: Professional Security Management Course (after completion of all other career track requirements) Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems Elective Seminars (Two seminars required) Fire Guard for Office Buildings Fire Safety for Residential Buildings Supervisory Skills for Building Service Workers OSHA 10-Hour Outreach Training (Construction) Security: The Art of Perception Certifications* Certified Protection Professional (upon meeting eligibility requirements and passing of exam) FDNY Fire Guard for Hotels and Fire Guard for Office Buildings Certificate of Fitness FDNY/Fire Safety Director License (in NYC only) OSHA 10-Hour Certificate OSHA 30-Hour Certificate Superintendent/ Resident Manager I Residential Obtain the knowledge essential to obtain entry as a Superintendent. Prerequisite Appropriate reading and math level or high school diploma or GED Required Courses/Seminars Air Pollution Control (in NYC only) Carpentry Basics Computer: Running a Building with a Computer Electricity Basics Fire Safety Director for Commercial Buildings or Fire Safety for Residential Buildings Heating Systems I, II Human Relations OSHA 30-Hour Outreach Training Plumbing Basics Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems (in NYC only) Elective Courses (One course series required) Series One: Air Conditioning or Refrigeration I, II, III Series Two: Appliance Repair I, II, and Blueprint Reading Series Three: Locksmith I, II, III Series Four (three of the following): Alarm Systems, Pest Control Fundamentals: Core, Pest Control Fundamentals: 7A Extermination, Cleaning: Products and Techniques, Green Buildings: Multifamily Building Operator Certification, Heating Systems III: Lab, Spanish for the Workplace Elective Seminars (Two seminars required) Asbestos Awareness Blueprints: An Introduction Building Management: Ethics Customer Service Electricity: Troubleshooting Fire Safety for Residential Buildings Mold Awareness OSHA/EPA Safety & Reporting Requirements for Superintendents Plumbing: Troubleshooting Presentation Skills Renovation Projects: How to Manage Certifications* NYC DEP Air Pollution Control Certificate of Instruction (in NYC only) FDNY/#6 Low PSI Oil Burner FDNY/Fire Safety Director License (in NYC only) FDNY/Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems (in NYC only) OSHA 30-Hour Certificate career tracks *Upon successful completion of exams administered by certifying agencies Superintendent/ Resident Manager II Residential Move to a higher level of Superintendent or Resident Manager. Prerequisites Superintendent/Resident Manager I Career Track Required Courses/Seminars Blueprints: An Introduction Building Management I, II, III Green Buildings: Energy Efficient Multifamily Building Operator Professional Green Buildings: Green Professional/ GPRO Operations and Maintenance Security Awareness Successful Supers: The 10 Habits of Highly Effective Supers Superintendents: How to Become One Supervisory Skills for Building Service Workers Elective Courses/Seminars (One course and one seminar required) Asbestos Awareness Blueprints: An Introduction Building Management: Ethics *Upon successful completion of exams administered by certifying agencies 46 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

49 Building Management: Everything You Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask Business Writing Customer Service Electricity: Troubleshooting Green Buildings: New Technologies and Materials Mold Awareness OSHA/EPA Safety and Reporting Requirements for Superintendents Plumbing: Troubleshooting Presentation Skills Reading and Writing Spanish for the Workplace Renovation Projects: How to Manage Supervisory Skills for Building Service Workers NYC Superintendent Certificate Residential Gain the Superintendent Certification required by the NYC Housing Code , D Prerequisites Carpentry Basics Electricity Basics Plumbing Basics Required Courses/Seminars Air Pollution Control (in NYC only) NYC Superintendent: Seminar Series Bed Bug Awareness Carbon Monoxide Compliance Training Heat and Hot Water Integrated Pest Management Lead Safe Work Practices Local Law I Visual Assessment Certifications* NYC DEP Air Pollution Control Certificate of Instruction (in NYC only) NYC Superintendent Certificate NYC College of Technology Certificates The courses required to obtain certificates from NYC College of Technology are listed below. These courses are all offered at the college, however, credit for the asterisked courses can be obtained through successful completion of equivalent 32BJ Training Fund courses. The cost for all non-32bj Training Fund courses are the responsibility of the student. Air Conditioning Equipment Technician Required Courses Air Conditioning Systems Design Air Conditioning Systems Lab I* Air Conditioning Systems Lab II HVAC Systems Graphics Principles of Air Conditioning I Principles of Air Conditioning II Principles of Refrigeration* Refrigeration Lab I* Refrigeration Lab II Elective Courses (One course required) Air Conditioning Systems Lab III HVAC Systems Cost Estimating Principles of Environmental Protection Principles of Facility Energy Management Heating Equipment Technician Required Courses Air Conditioning Systems Lab I* Combustion Processes and Equipment Fire Protection, Plumbing, and Electrical Systems for Buildings Heating Systems Lab HVAC Systems Graphics Hydronic Systems Design Principles of Air Conditioning I *Note that you must complete these courses offered at the Training Fund plus obtain the appropriate FDNY certification to yield credit at NYC Tech. See the counselor on-site at Training Fund for more information. New York Association of Realty Managers Residential Prerequisites Superintendent/Resident Manager II Diploma Program Required Seminar Building Management: Ethics Certifications/Competencies New York Association of Realty Managers Certification (NYARM) For certification, students must pass a written exam administered by NYARM at 32BJ Training Fund. 32BJ Training FUND

50 Bienvenidos (spanish) Bienvenidos al Catálogo de cursos del 32BJ Training Fund! El Training Fund ofrece una amplia variedad de excelentes programas de la industria y de educación básica diseñados especialmente para los trabajadores de servicios a edificios. Estos cursos han sido desarrollados con la colaboración de propietarios de edificios y afiliados del sindicato para brindarle las aptitudes que necesita con el fin de tener éxito. Lo mejor de todo es que son gratuitos para los afiliados elegibles! A continuación le presentamos una muestra de algunos de los aspectos destacados que puede esperar ver en el año escolar venidero: Nueva sede para la capacitación Más de 20 salones de clase totalmente nuevos y completamente equipados que permiten brindar oportunidades de aprendizaje mejoradas y prácticas en carpintería, plomería, electricidad y clases de computación. Equipos audiovisuales avanzados para suministrar una experiencia interactiva en las clases académicas. Herramientas nuevas, junto con capacitadores y simuladores mecánicos fabricados a la medida que permitan a los estudiantes efectuar diagnósticos de calderas y sistemas HVAC. Ecología Nuevos cursos dirigidos a los trabajadores de servicios a edificios comerciales y capacitación avanzada para aquellos que terminan el programa 1,000 Green Supers. Curso de introducción de sistemas solares fotovoltaicos en el Hostos College en el Bronx. Cursos ampliados de la industria en Queens, Bronx y Brooklyn Nuevas clases de la industria en el Queens College, incluyendo Cerrajería y Aire Acondicionado y Refrigeración I, II, y III. Laboratorio práctico de calefacción en el NYC Technical College en Brooklyn. Reparación de electrodomésticos en el Hostos College en el Bronx. Actualizaciones de licencia Currículum actualizado para reflejar los cambios más recientes del FDNY a los exámenes del Certificado de Aptitud en seguridad contra incendios, tuberías y rociador, y contaminación del aire. Seguridad Asociación continua con el John Jay College of Criminal Justice para brindar capacitación avanzada en seguridad. La educación que se brinda en el 32BJ Training Fund suministra amplias oportunidades para que usted alcance sus objetivos educativos y de carrera ya sea que trabaje en edificios comerciales, residenciales o en escuelas públicas. Ofrecemos horarios en las noches y los sábados para atender a los estudiantes que trabajan y los estudiantes no tradicionales que regresan a la escuela luego de una ausencia. Atentamente, Michael P. Fishman Presidente Howard I. Rothschild Secretario Creación de un ambiente para el aprendizaje Los participantes que toman cursos mediante el 32BJ Training Fund son personas muy trabajadoras que muestran un gran compromiso con su desarrollo personal y profesional. Al inicio de cada curso, se distribuirán las normas y los reglamentos. Se espera que no sólo los lea, sino que también les demuestre a sus compañeros de curso el respeto que merecen, al complir las normas y los reglamentos. Política de asistencia Se requiere una asistencia mínima del 80%. Aviso de política no discriminatoria El 32BJ Training Fund no hace ninguna discriminación de raza, color, edad, sexo, orientación sexual, origen nacional, identidad étnica, ni religión en la administración de sus políticas educativas o de admisión. Cursos Capacitación de 10 horas de OSHA sobre construcción Requisito previo: Nivel adecuado de lectura o diploma de secundaria o GED Reciba un certificado de 10 horas de capacitación de OSHA. Aprenda las prácticas básicas de identificar, reducir, eliminar y reportar los peligros asociados con los lugares de construcción. Ideal para aquellos que estén trabajando en o alrededor de la sede del World Trade Center y para los limpiadores de ventanas. Esta clase también está disponible en Internet. Llame al para obtener más información. Capacitación de 30 horas de OSHA sobre la industria en general 11 SEMANAS Requisito previo: Nivel adecuado de lectura o diploma de secundaria o GED Reciba un certificado de 30 horas de capacitación de OSHA. Aprenda todas las 48 LEARN MORE AT REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT TRAINING.32BJFUNDS.COM

51 New York City course catalogs include Albanian and Polish translations. normas y regulaciones de seguridad que rigen para los edificios residenciales y comerciales modernos. En su condición de estudiante por Internet podrá obtener su Tarjeta de Terminación del DOL (Departamento de Trabajo los Estados Unidos) a su propio ritmo. Esta clase también está disponible en Internet. Llame al para obtener más información. Educación financiera UNA SESIÓN DE 3 HORAS Aprenda a crear un presupuesto, administrar el crédito, y establecer objetivos financieros a corto y largo plazo. Revise las herramientas financieras que puede utilizar para alcanzar sus objetivos, reciba orientación sobre cómo adquirir una vivienda, y alcance un entendimiento sobre los diferentes tipos de hipotecas. También aprenda sobre el robo de identidad, las estafas monetarias y la reducción de deudas. Examen de ciudadanía: Preparación para el examen VARIOS Requisito previo: Finalización satisfactoria del curso de inglés como segundo idioma I o la capacidad comprobada de hablar y escribir en inglés. Prepárese para el examen de ciudadanía estadounidense. Estudiará la historia de los Estados Unidos y su estructura gubernamental, practicará la entrevista de ciudadanía y repasará las preguntas de la última versión del examen. El seminario incluirá presentaciones por parte del Fondo Legal sobre el proceso de inmigración y los beneficios disponibles de los fondos. socio: 32bj legal fund Inglés como segundo idioma I: Conocimientos básicos de conversación y gramática 11 SEMANAS Domine las habilidades básicas de conversación y pronunciación, y maneje estructuras gramaticales simples. Esta clase de varios trimestres está diseñada para estudiantes que se inician en el idioma inglés. Adquiera las habilidades básicas del idioma necesarias para comunicarse en el trabajo, la escuela y la comunidad. Aprenderá a formular oraciones declarativas en pasado simple, presente, presente continuo y futuro. Inglés como segundo idioma II: Conversación y comunicación 11 SEMANAS Requisito previo: Finalización satisfactoria del curso de inglés como segundo idioma I, referencias del instructor o puntaje adecuado en el examen estandarizado de inglés como segundo idioma. Aprenderá a conversar en contextos laborales y sociales y a escribir mensajes cortos. Analizará temas relacionados con el lugar de trabajo y repasará las lecturas realizadas dentro y fuera del salón de clases. Se sentirá más cómodo con el inglés oral y escrito. Inglés como segundo idioma III: Debates, lectura y escritura 11 SEMANAS Requisito previo: Finalización satisfactoria del curso de inglés como segundo idioma II, referencias del instructor o puntaje adecuado en el examen estandarizado de inglés como segundo idioma. Podrá expresar ideas complejas y comunicarse de manera efectiva en el entorno laboral. Comprenderá el significado y el uso adecuado de todos los tiempos verbales y estará preparado para tomar el curso de lectura y escritura. A través de debates, lectura y escritura, los estudiantes aprenderán a utilizar expresiones idiomáticas y a intercambiar información de complejidad. Limpieza ecológica y mantenimiento UNA SESIÓN DE 3 HORAS Adquiera estrategias para la limpieza y mantenimiento ecológico de bajo impacto y la disposición apropiada de desperdicios líquidos. El objetivo del mantenimiento ecológico es minimizar la contaminación de las áreas ocupadas por parte de los contaminantes químicos, biológicos o de partículas, y también reducir la polución en la tierra, agua y aire. Limpieza ecológica para la salud y la eficiencia CINCO SESIONES DE 2 HORAS Comprenda los principios de un programa de limpieza ecológico y aprenda cómo los limpiadores de oficinas pueden ayudar a que los edificios reduzcan el desperdicio y mejoren la calidad del aire en interiores. Los limpiadores de oficinas son los ojos y oídos de un edificio comercial ya que trabajan regularmente en espacios de inquilinos y áreas comunes. Este curso enseña a los limpiadores cómo identificar y reportar ineficiencias en el consumo de energía, fugas, daños por agua, posibles peligros para la seguridad, y desperfectos mecánicos. Los estudiantes que terminen satisfactoriamente este seminario estarán preparados a tomar un rol más activo en la eficiencia de los edificios y en los programas de sostenibilidad. Resucitación cardiopulmonar (CPR) y desfibrilador para adultos y niños UNA SESIÓN DE 4 HORAS Obtenga una certificación en Resucitación cardiopulmonar (CPR) y desfibrilador de la American Heart Association. Aprenda las respuestas apropiadas a los ataques cardíacos, asfixia, shock diabético, y cómo estabilizar las víctimas hasta que llegue el personal de EMS. socio: american heart association Servicio al cliente DOS SESIONES DE 2 HORAS O UNA SESIÓN DE 4 HORAS Aprenderá a tratar efectivamente con los arrendatarios, empleadores, compañeros de trabajo y miembros del público. A través de debates y la técnica de juego de roles, aprenderá sobre la resolución de conflictos, la conducta profesional y las habilidades de comunicación. 32BJ Training FUND

52 32BJ Benefit Funds 25 West 18th Street New York, NY Benefits Information Training Information The 32BJ Training Fund Free Training for Eligible Members Inside 4 Courses & Seminars 27 Connecticut 29 District of Columbia 29 Florida 30 Maryland 31 New Jersey 34 New York 43 Virginia 44 Career Tracks 48 Español / Spanish On the Cover ESL, Long Island, NY; Computers, Newark, NJ; Locksmith, Bronx, NY; Carpentry, Manhattan, NY; Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Manhattan, NY; Computers, Manhattan, NY; Electricity Basics, Hyattsville, MD; ESL, Newark, NJ, Computers, Hartford, CT; Electricity Basics, Queens, NY.

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