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									       Fall 2011 Catalog “New Courses”
 PetersoN sCHool
        WorCester
       WestWood                                                                     WobUrn
     781-320-3292                 781-938-5656                                    781-938-5656
  350 University Avenue        Worcester state College                         25 Montvale Avenue
We welcome all “EntrY” and advanced level a high school diploma is “not” required
students to join our training programs    to enroll and become a student at peterson
if You arE unEmploYEd pEtErson has full timE sECtion 30 approvEd programs!
                We noW offer A green AWAreness Course


                              1    H.V.a.c.r.
                                           Heating Ventilation
                                   air Conditioning refrigeration PreP

                                     HVAC Controls &
                              2    EnErgy MAnAgEMEnt
                                   including Motors & Controls
                                   enTry level
                              3                      icity
                                                lectrConstruction
                                     Ba   sic e and maint. mechanic

                                   ELEctrOnic survEiLLancE
                              4         systEMs tEch.
                                     includes class “D” PreP


                                   cOnst. suPErvisOr
                              5      cOntinuing ED                        w
                                                                     Ne

                                   Journeyman elec I & II PREP
                              6    MastEr ELEctrician PrEP


                              7 Plumbing i & ii PREP
                                    Master PreP
                                        Hoisting
                              8
       WasteWater                  2A/1C & 1B LiC. PREP                            Power Plant Operator
  12      TreaTmenT
                                   oil BurNer - Gas/Heat                      15    Firemen/Engineer
           License PreP
                              9     liceNse exam PreP                                  License Prep.
                                            Hands-on shop
        ConstruCtion                                                               EnginEEr & FirEmEn
 13     “SuperviSor”                 Facilities                               16      30 hr Continuing Ed

          License PreP        10     technician                                         CorrEspondEnCE
                                                                                      ***** program *****
                                     Plant Maintenance Personnel
                                     training       Program
  plumbing Continuing Ed.
        plumbErs - 6 hrs.
                                              o.s.H.A.
                              11    10 Hour construction safety course        17    Fire AlArm
 14     gasfittErs - 3 hrs.              on-site classes available                   New HaNds oN systems
          “NEW”
            The Peterson School
Woburn                                    Worcester                                 Westwood
                                                Placement
                                                Assistance




                                        Job Hotline
                                       The Job Hotline is in service
                                       Friday - Saturday - Sunday
                                        Please call 781-932-6864

                          For the graduates and present students of
                                    The Peterson School
                          Please visit the Job Hotline on our website
                                For Up To Date Job Postings
                                  www.petersonschool.com
                                               OR
                                    Call Kathy for Assistance
                                          (781) 938-5656
                                 kathy@petersonschool.com

                          APPROVED BY:
 The Board of Regents of Higher Education for the Training of Veterans
          “Catalog certified as true and correct in content and policy to the best of my knowledge”
                               Alfred L. Kuehn, Director, The Peterson School

                           3 Easy ways to rEgistEr for classEs:
1) go to page 3 of this catalog and fill out the registration form - fax it or mail it to the office
                                                      or
2) Download and print a registration form from our web site: www.petersonschool.com
                                                      or
3) call one of our locations to register
          WoBurN                                WeSTWooD                              WorceSTer
     Tel: {781{ 938-5656                       Tel:{781{ 320-3292                    Tel: {781{ 938-5656
     Fax: {781{ 932-6864                      Fax: {781{ 320-0601                    Fax: {781{ 932-6864
                The Peterson School
Woburn                                                       Worcester                                                 Westwood

       When getting your license counts, count on the professionals
                                              at The peterson School

Table Of COnTenTs
HVACR - Commercial & industrial Refrigeration Prep (Freon Recovery included). ............................Pg. 1
HVACR electrical Code Prep / HVACR Refrigeration Code Prep .....................................................Pg. 1
oil Heat technician license Prep / Gas Heat .................................................................................Pg. 2
3 Combo A - HVACR Prep, Gas Heat and oil Heat Prep ................................................................Pg. 3
3 Combo b - HVACR Prep, oil Heat Prep and basic electricity ........................................................Pg. 3
3 Combo C - Green Awareness, HVAC Prep, HVAC Controls and energy Mgmt. .............................Pg. 4
3 Combo D - Green Awareness, Facilities Maintenance, basic electricity .........................................Pg. 4
basic electricity/15 Hour electrical license Renewal.......................................................................Pg. 5
Green Awareness Certification Prep .............................................................................................Pg. 6
electrical license exam Prep .........................................................................................................Pg. 7
Journeyman electrician i & ii Prep / Master electrician Prep...........................................................Pg. 8
* Worcester Journeyman electrician i & ii Prep / Master electrician Prep ........................................Pg. 9
* Worcester Map .......................................................................................................................Pg. 10
Fire Alarm Systems / n.i.C.e.t. Program .....................................................................................Pg. 11
Pull out Application - .................................................................................................... Center Spread
electronic Surveillance Systems tech / includes Class “D” license Prep .........................................Pg. 12
Facilities technician - includes oSHA 10 Hr. Construction Safety Course .......................................Pg. 13
HVAC Controls & energy Management including Motors & Controls .............................................Pg. 14
Fireman & engineer lic. Prep / 30 Hr. Cont. ed. Correspondence / Wastewater ...........................Pg. 15
telecommunications & Fiber optics / locksmith...........................................................................Pg. 16
Plumbing i & ii /Plumbing tier i, ii & iii / Master Plumbing / tier 5 Prep ..........................................Pg. 17
Plumbing & Gas Fitting exam Prep Course - “normandy” ...........................................................Pg. 18
Plumbers and Gasfitters Continuing ed. ......................................................................................Pg. 19
Construction Supervisor license Prep / nAte Certification Prep ..................................................Pg. 20
Construction Supervisor Continuing education.............................................................................Pg. 20
2A/1C/1b Hoisting license Prep / oSHA 10 Hr. Construction Safety Course ................................Pg. 21
oSHA 4 - Rigger Qualification / oSHA 4 - Signal Person Qualification ........................................Pg. 21


      neW!           Worcester location .. Call for Details 781-938-5656

                                 APPRoVeD bY:
       the board of Regents of Higher education for the training of Veterans
  HvAc commerciAl & iNDuSTriAl reFrigerATioN prep                                           Train for your Future


                                                                           H.V.a.c.r.
                                                                          Heating, Ventilation, Air
                                                                       Conditioning, Refrigeration Prep
                                                                                         inCluDinG
                                                                     e.P.A. CeRtiFiCAtion eXAM PRePARAtion & teStinG
                                                                                    FReon ReCoVeRY [C.F.C.]


                                                                       Duration: 15 Weeks
          Hands on                                                     Completion: 120 Hours
                                                                       Day & evening Program
            sHoP
                                                                       location: Woburn & Westwood
          Program
                                                               Program starts
                                                               Woburn:        september 28, 2011, Mon. & Wed. 6-10 PM
                                                                              October 3, 2011, Monday 8 aM - 4 PM
Topics Covered:
 1.   Refrigeration                                            Westwood: september 28, 2011, Mon. & Wed. 6-10 PM
 2.   Air Conditioning                                                   October 7, 2011, Friday 8 aM - 4 PM
 3.   Heat Pumps                     Course Outline:
 4.   Pneumatic & Electric
 5.   Centrifugal Chillers           The HVAC instructors at The Peterson School
 6.   Basic Electricity              are highly experienced technicians in what
 7.   Electricity Laboratory         we regard as the 3 most important areas of
 8.   Troubleshooting                refrigeration instruction. Service, Opera-
 9.   ice Makers                     tions and installation must be covered in
10.   Walk-ins                       detail to provide the student with a complete
11.   Chiller Systems                refrigeration program in no less than 120
12.   Fan Systems                    hours.
13.   Energy Control                 Members of the faculty have their Techni-
14.   Energy Recovery                cian’s and Contractor’s licenses along with
15.   Absorption Refrigeration       many years of dedicated proven experi-
16.   Rooftop Units in Lab.          ence in serving and operating many of the
17.   V.A.V. Systems                 largest commercial refrigeration units in the
18.   Electric Chillers              Boston area. All students are trained in an
19.   Gas & Electric Rooftop Units   individualized environment.

                        H.V.a.c.r. electrical Code Prep
                            HvaCr
  HVACR students are required to take 150 hours of                        Woburn:          September 29, 2011
  HVAC Electrical Code or 150 hours of Journeyman                                          tues. & thurs. 5 - 9 PM
  Electrical course to satisfy state requirements.                        Westwood: September 29, 2011
                                                                                           tues. & thurs. 5:30-9:30 PM


                  H.V.a.c.r. refrigeration Code Prep
                      HvaCr
  it is recommended to take this 30 hour class just before going for
  the HVACR license exam. it is the final class a student needs in
                                                                          Woburn          october 4, 2011
                                                                                          tuesday 6 - 9 PM
  order to sit for their HVACR License Exam. This class is not only
  required by the state but it is also a good review for the license      Westwood october 6, 2011
  exam.                                                                                   thursday 6:30-9:30 PM

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  oil HeAT TecHNiciANS liceNSe prep/ gAS HeAT progrAm                                                 Train for your Future

 OIl HeaT TeCHnICIan lICenSe PreP
 NEW CMR 4.00 OiL BURNER REGULATiONS CLASSROOM THEORY/HANDS-ON TRAiNiNG PROGRAM
Program starts:                                                                       Duration: 15 Weeks
Woburn aM                                                                             Day & Evening Program
october 4, 2011                                                                       Completion: 120 Hours
tues. & thur. - 9am - 1pm                                                             location: Woburn & Westwood
Woburn PM
september 29, 2011                                                               exam Preparation & testing
tues. & thur. - 6 - 10pm                                                         license exam Course outline:
                                                                               The Peterson School has been in the business of
                                                                               successfully preparing students to pass their State
Westwood aM                                                                    License exams in the heating and steam operation
                                                                               trades for over 60 years. Our staff members are
october 5, 2011
                                                                               specialists in oil heat instruction and will prepare
mon. & Wed. 9am - 1pm                                                          you to be a Licensed Oil Heat Technician in 120
Westwood PM                                                                    hours. The NEW oil heat laboratory has been
september 29, 2011                                                             equipped with the most modern state-of-the-art
                                                                               oil- fired units for the students to work on. You
tues. & thur. - 6 - 10pm                            “Hands on lab”             will be taught by licensed instructors who work in
This course is intended to prepare        Topics Covered:                      this field on a daily
the student to fulfill the requirements                                        basis, and have
for obtaining the state certificate of      1. Heating Oil and its Properties  many years of prac-
competency as an oil burner techni-         2. Oil Tanks and Piping            tical installation and
cian. State of the art lab equipment        3. High Pressure Oil Burners       service experience
in modern shops.                            4. Oil Pumps                       (includes training for
                                            5. ignition Systems and Motors     the new CMR 4.00
                                            6. Nozzles and Combustion Chambers Oil Burner Regula-
                                            7. Draft, Venting and Combustion   tions). Our tuition
      UPon Passing tHe oil                  8. Basic Electricity
     Heat teCHniCians Class,                                                   is competitive, and
                                            9. Primary Controls
       stUdents are tHen                   10. Steam Systems
                                                                               we have an easy
       eligible to beCome                  11. Hot Water Systems               payment program.
         nora Certified                    12 Warm Air Furnaces                Please visit the
                                           13. Oil Code, Oil Pumps and Valves  school anytime at
                                           14. Oil Code, Oil Burner Controls   your convenience.




      MASSACHUSETTS STATE GAS CODE BOOK REGULATiONS
              PRACTiCAL HANDS-ON PROGRAM
                                               TOPICS COvereD:
gas heat                                  1.   Gas Flow Rates Mass. Gas Code
                                          2.   Gas Leak investigation
Program starts:                           3.
                                          4.
                                               Gas Piping (sizing)
                                               Troubleshooting
                                          5.   Requirements for Combustion
  Westwood                                     Combination:
                                               CO - Venting
  october 7, 2011                              Gas Appliance                           Hands-On Training in
                                               Electricity
  friday 4 - 8pm                          6.   Hot Water and Air System                State-of-the-art lab
                                          7.   Steam System                            Course Outline:
                                          8.   Electrical Codes                        Practical hands-on program. Upon comple-
  Woburn                                  9.   Hydronic Heat System                    tion of this course, the student will be able
  october 3, 2011                               A.G.A. Safety System                   to demonstrate his/her ability to read wiring
  mon. 5 - 9pm                            Duration:                                    diagrams, solve heating problems, replace
                                          15 Week Evening Program - Westwood           defective parts, make adjustments on high-
                                                                                       efficiency heating equipment and use infor-
                                          15 Week Evening Program - Woburn
  Woburn                                   Completion: 60 Hours
                                                                                       mation from the Mass. State Gas Code Book
  october 5, 2011                                                                      to safely service gas equipment.
  Wed. 5 - 9pm
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3 comBo progrAmS {“A” & “B”                                                                             Train for your Future

                “New” PetersoN sCHool Full
             t i m e C o m b iN atio N Programs
                                                       3 Combo “A”
  Program starts:
  Woburn                                   Westwood                                        Duration: 15 Weeks
                                                                                           20 Hours per Week
  October 3, 2011         October 5, 2011                                                  Day & Evening Program
  Monday thru thursday    aM - Monday, Wednesday &                                         Completion: 300 Hours
  call for Details        Friday                                                           location: Woburn & Westwood
                          september 28, 2011
                          PM - Monday thru Friday
   1.) h.v.a.c.r. cOMMErciaL & inDustriaL rEFrigEratiOn PrEP - includes E.P.a. . . .
   The HVAC instructors at The Peterson School are highly experienced technicians in what we regard as the 3 most important
   areas of refrigeration instruction. Service, Operations and installation must be covered in detail to provide the student with a
   complete refrigeration program in no less than 120 hours.
   2.) OiL hEat tEchnician LicEnsE PrEP . . . . . This course is intended to prepare the student to fulfill
   the requirements for obtaining the state certificate of competency as an oil burner technician. State of the art lab equipment in
   modern shops.
   3.) gas hEat PrOgraM . . . . . Practical hands-on program. Upon completion of this course, the student will
   be able to demonstrate his/her ability to read wiring diagrams, solve heating problems, replace defective parts, make adjust-
   ments on high-efficiency heating equipment and use information from the Mass. State Gas Code Book to safely service gas
   equipment.



                                                       3 Combo “B”
  Program starts:                                                                           Duration: 15 Weeks,
                                                                                            22 Hours per Week
  Woburn                                 Westwood                                           Day & Evening Program
  October 3, 2011                        October 5, 2011                                    Completion: 320 Hours
  Monday thru thursday                   Monday thru Friday                                 location: Woburn & Westwood
  call for Details                       call for Details

   1.) h.v.a.c.r. cOMMErciaL & inDustriaL rEFrigEratiOn PrEP - includes E.P.a. . . .
   The HVAC instructors at The Peterson School are highly experienced technicians in what we regard as the 3 most im-
   portant areas of refrigeration instruction. Service, Operations and installation must be covered in detail to provide
   the student with a complete refrigeration program in no less than 120 hours.
   2.) OiL hEat tEchnician LicEnsE PrEP . . . . .                           This course is intended to prepare the student
   to fulfill the requirements for obtaining the state certificate of competency as an oil burner technician. State of the art
   lab equipment in modern shops.
   3.) Basic Electriciy Program . . . . . This course is designed for the electrical apprentice or plant
   mechanic that wants to learn about the electrical industry. This course has a state-of-the-art “hands on”electrical lab.




  This course is designed as a full time program for not only students who are eligible for re-training but also for others to
  expand their present skills in a matter of weeks. Students are taught in a hands-on environment with state of the art equip-
  ment in modern labs. Preparation for the E.P.A. Exam is included in this program. We have placement assistance for all
  our students.

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3 comBo progrAmS {“c” & “D”                                                                                 Train for your Future

                “New” PetersoN sCHool Full
             t i m e C o m b iN atio N Programs
                                                         3 Combo “C”
   Program starts:                            Westwood
                                                                                                Duration: 15 Weeks
                                                                                                22 Hours per Week
   Woburn                                     October 7, 2011                                   Day & Evening Program
   October 3, 2011                            aM - Monday thru Friday                           Completion: 330 Hours
   Monday thru thursday                                                                         location: Woburn & Westwood
   call for Details


   1.) green awareness training & certification Program . . .This course is designed to provide the
   student with a basic understanding of green concept, terminology, systems and the latest technolgy.
   An excellent overview for technicians, multi craft trades people, building managers, or any one interested in understanding the funda-
   mentals of energy conservation and management. Students will also learn about green mechanical products and systems.
   2.) hvac refrigeration & air conditioning includes E.P.a. . . . The HVAC instructors at The
   Peterson School are highly experienced technicians in what we regard as the 3 most important areas of refrigeration instruction.
   Service, Operations and installation must be covered in detail to provide the student with a complete refrigeration program in no
   less than 120 hours.
   3.) hvac controls and Energy Management . . . This course is designed to provide students with the
   skills and understanding of HVAC Building Controls as well as Motors & Controls of all other systems. This program is designed to help the
   HVAC Technician, Electrician or the Facilities Maintenance Tech understand and troubleshoot all modern state of the art
   building systems. You will learn how to troubleshoot all these systems in the Peterson School’s fully functional lab.




                                                         3 Combo “D”
                                                                                                Duration: 15 Weeks,
   Program starts:                                                                              20 Hours per Week
   Woburn                                                                                       Day & Evening Program
                                             Westwood                                           Completion: 300 Hours
   October 3, 2011                           October 6, 2011                                    location: Woburn & Westwood
   Monday thru thursday                      Monday thru Friday
   call for Details                          call for Details


  1.) green awareness training & certification Program . . .This course is designed to provide the
  student with a basic understanding of green concept, terminology, systems and the latest technolgy.
  An excellent overview for technicians, multi craft trades people, building managers, or any one interested in understanding the funda-
  mentals of energy conservation and management. Students will also learn about green mechanical products and systems.
  2.) Facilities technician includes O.s.h.a. - 10. . . The goal of this program is to instruct facilities
  maintenance personnel at an entry level or presently working with facilities operations to take a skilled approach to building mainte-
  nance procedures. A detailed overview of how building systems operate using a “total systems approach” for maximum efficiency.
  3.) Basic Electricity . . . This course is designed for the electrical apprentice or plant mechanic that wants to learn
  about the electrical industry. This course has a state-of-the-art “hands on”electrical lab.




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 BASic elecTriciTy / 15 Hour elecTricAl liceNSe reNeWAl                          Train for your Future


          Basic electricity                                       REQUIRED ELECTRICIANS
Residential And Commercial Electrical Systems                         15 HOUR CODE
For The Electrical Apprentice And Plant Mechanic
Program starts
                                                                    RENEWAL PROGRAM
Woburn -   September 21, 2011 Mon & Wed. 6-9PM
      OR September 22, 2011 Tues. & Thur. 6 - 9 PM
      OR October 5, 2011 Wed. 8AM - 2PM                           ADDITIONAL 6 HOUR SEMINAR
Westwood - September 22, 2011 Tues. & Thur. 6 - 9 PM
                                                                    AvAILAbLE TOWARD THE
      OR October 6, 2011 Tues. & Thurs. 8:30-11:30AM
                                                                     MANDATORy 21 HOURS
 Duration:    AM Classes 15 Weeks, PM Classes 12 Weeks
 Completion: AM Classes 90 Hours, PM Classes 72 Hours                  Grounding and bonding
 Woburn:        Wed. 8 AM - 2 PM                                     Motors and Motor Controls
           OR   Mon. & Wed. 6 - 9 PM
           OR   Tues. & Thurs. 6 - 9 PM                           Dwelling and Commercial Services
 Westwood:      Tues. & Thurs. 8:30 - 11:30 AM
           OR   Tues. & Thurs. 6 - 9 PM
                                                                         Lightning Protection
 Course Outline:                                                         Fire Alarm Systems
This course is designed for the electrical apprentice or plant
mechanic that wants to learn about the electrical industry.
This course has a state-of-the-art “hands on”electrical lab.
                                                                             TOPICS
                                                                  1. NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
THeOry:                            SySTemS:                          CHANGES
AC/DC                              AC MOTORS
OHMS LAW                           1 PH MOTORS                    2. MASS ELECTRICAL CODE CHANGES
NEC AND MA CODE BOOK               3 PH MOTORS                    3. MASS REGULATIONS FOR
BLUE PRiNT READiNG                 TRANSFORMERS
OSHA ELECTRiCAL WORK               CAPACiTORS                        ELECTRICIANS
RULES                              FiRE ALARM
                                   BURGLAR ALARM
CIrCUITS:                                                         HELD MONTHLy AT bOTH LOCATIONS
SERiES/PARALLEL CiRCUiTS           meTerS:                           CALL FOR DATES AND TIMES
BELL/CHiMES CiRCUiTS               AMP METERS
LiGHTiNG CiRCUiTS                  VOLT METERS
POWER CiRCUiTS                     WATT METERS
                                                                    WObURN - WESTWOOD
MOTOR CiRCUiTS                     MGA METERS                     781-938-5656 781-320-3292
                                   OHM METERS




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greeN AWAreNeSS cerTiFicATe prep                                               Train for your Future

tHe green AWAreness CertifiCAte prep
                                                                    Program starts:
                                                                    Woburn
                                                                    october 3, 2011
                                                                    mon. & Wed. - 6 - 10pm
                                                                    Westwood
                                                                    october 12, 2011
                                                                    mon. & Wed. - 9am - 1pm
                                                                    september 29, 2011
                                                                    tues. & thurs. - 6 - 10pm

                                                                    120 hours 15 Weeks




                                                                            cOursE cOntEnt

                                                                       •   EnErgy EFFiciancy
                                                                       •   EnErgy MgMt
                                                                       •   hvac
                                                                       •   ELEctricaL
                                                                       •   PLuMBing



 The word “green” has entered our daily lives. We read about it in the news, see it on TV and
 hear about it on the radio, but what is it and how does it affect us? When it comes to mechani-
 cal (HVAC, plumbing and electrical) “green” means fuel and energy efficiency, renewable and
 sustainable fuel source and water conservation. Green means maximizing efficiency of existing
 equipment, specifying the most efficient systems available for the application and the available
 budget. Everyone wants to reduce energy costs while maintaining their lifestyle. Both employers
 and consumers want to be green and reduce energy consumption. They want you to be aware of
 the various methods employed in reducing energy consumption and conserving water. They want
 you to be knowledgeable about new technologies. This course is designed to provide the student
 with a basic understanding of green concept, terminology, systems and the latest technology. An
 excellent overview for technicians, multi craft trades people, building managers, or any one inter-
 ested in understanding the fundamentals of energy conservation and management. Students will
 also learn about green mechanical products and systems.


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 elecTricAl liceNSe prep                                                           Train for your Future

  electrical license PreP
                                          20 Hours for 4 Weeks
    New                                 Instructor: Scott Chisholm

  This is an accelerated study review course                  Program starts
  designed to quickly prepare candidates for                  Woburn: September 17, 2011
  the Journeyman and Masters state licensing                  Saturdays - 8am - 1Pm
  exam.
  The current edition of The National Electrical
  Code and Mass Amendments and other                          Duration - 20 Hours
  State laws and regulations will be reviewed                 Completion - 4 Weeks
  along with the related theory, calculations,
  and test taking techniques and preparation
                                                              Tuition - $350
  needed to succeed on the state exam.




Topics will include, buT noT be limiTed To The following:
1. Discuss the requirements of chapters 1-4 in the National Electrical Code, including definitions, general
   installation requirements, load calculations, grounding and bond-
   ing, wire sizing, motors, wiring methods, and other general use
   equipment.

2. Practice finding keywords in questions and using the NEC index to
   look through the codebook in order to find the answer, by answer-
   ing random multiple choice questions based on chapters 1-4 of the
   NEC.

3. Review requirements of chapters 5-9 in the National Electrical Code,
   including Hazardous locations, specific occupancies, garages,
   gasoline pumps, health care facilities, assembly occupancies and
   temporary installations, special equipment, special circuits, commu-
   nications circuits, and chapter nine tables.

4. Random multiple-choice questions from NEC chapters 5-9.

5. Review electrical theory, terminology, and practical applications, including wiring diagrams, transformer
   connections, blueprint and schematic symbols.

6. Questions and answer session on State Laws and Regulations pertaining to electricians including
   237CMR, MGL 141,and 143 and 527CMR 12.00 The Mass. Electrical Code.

7. Review of all topics, successful test taking techniques and preparation.


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 jourNeymAN i & ii prep / mASTer elecTriciAN prep                                        Train for your Future


JOURNEYMAN ElEctRiciAN I PREP JOURNEYMAN ElEctRiciAN II PREP
   WOBurn, WEstWOOD & WOrcEstEr             WOBurn, WEstWOOD & WOrcEstEr
September 15, 2011 Tues. & Thurs. 6-10PM September 15, 2011 Tues. & Thurs. 6-10PM
    320 Hours 40 Consecutive Weeks           320 Hours 40 Consecutive Weeks
        8 Hrs. of class per week                 8 Hrs. of class per week
            Topics Covered                           Topics Covered
1) ELECTRiCiAN’S MATH & BASiC ELECTRiCAL                   1)  HAzARDOUS LOCATiONS
    FORMULAS                                               2)  SPECiFiC LOCATiONS
2) ELECTRiCAL CiRCUiTS                                     3)  SPECiFiC OCCUPANCiES
3) DC THEORY                                               4)  SPECiAL EqUiPMENT
4) UNDERSTANDiNG ALTERNATiNG CURRENT                       5)  SPECiAL CONDiTiONS
5) MOTOR BASiCS                                            6)  COMMUNiCATiON SYSTEMS
6) TRANSFORMER BASiCS                                      7)  NEC CHAPTER 9 TABLES
7) MASS GENERAL LAWS                                       8)  COMMERCiAL LOAD CALCULATiONS
8) JOBSiTE SAFETY                                          9)  FAULT CURRENT CALCULATiONS
9) DEFiNiTiONS AND                                         10) ADVANCED TRANSFORMER CALCULATiONS
    GENERAL REqUiREMENTS                                   11) STATE REGULATiONS & BUiLDiNG CODES
10) PRACTiCAL ExAM                                         12) 237 CMR
11) WiRiNG & PROTECTiON                                    13) MASS ELECTRiCAL CODE AMENDMENTS
12) WiRiNG METHODS AND MATERiALS                           14) iNTRO TO NATiONAL FiRE ALARM CODE
13) GENERAL USE EqUiPMENT                                       (NFPA 72)
14) RESiDENTiAL LOAD CALCULATiONS                          15) NEC REViEW CHAPTERS 5-8 & TABLES
15) VOLTAGE DROPS                                          16) REViEW OF TESTiNG PROCEDURES
16) OVERLOAD PROTECTiON
                                                           Course Outline:
Course Outline:                                            This class is designed for the student who has completed the
This course is designed to prepare a                       300 hour Journeyman Electrician Program 1. This 300 hour
student to sit for his/her Journeyman                      class will complete the required 600 hours.
Electrician Exam administered through the
Massachusetts Electrician’s Board provided
the student has met the hours in the field                class Work Derived from National Electrical code &
and the required hours of classroom                       Design Electrical Systems
training.



                                   MAStER ElEctRiciAN PREP
    WOBurn, WEstWOOD & WOrcEstEr
  September 14, 2011 Mon. & Wed. 6-10PM
      150 Hours 20 Consecutive Weeks

MASTER PROGRAM
This program is designed to prepare the student to take the master elec-
trician’s license exam given by the Board of Electrician State Examiners.

Course Outline:
To prepare Journeyman Electricians who are about to sit for the Master
Electrician’s License Exam. This course will be based upon the current
National Electrical Code and will use as a workbook “Master’s Electri-
cian’s Exam Preparation” by Mike Holt, Delmar Publishers.

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jourNeymAN i & ii prep / mASTer elecTriciAN prep                                              Train for your Future



                      “WorCEstEr faCilitY”
                                     clASSES HElD At WORcEStER StAtE cOllEgE


JOURNEYMAN ElEctRiciAN I PREP JOURNEYMAN ElEctRiciAN II PREP
              WOrcEstEr                                                      WOrcEstEr
September 15, 2011 Tues. & Thurs. 5 - 9PM                      September 15, 2011 Tues. & Thurs. 5 - 9PM
    320 Hours 40 Consecutive Weeks                                 320 Hours 40 Consecutive Weeks
        8 Hrs. of class per week                                       8 Hrs. of class per week
            Topics Covered                                                 Topics Covered
1) ELECTRiCiAN’S MATH & BASiC ELECTRiCAL                       1)  HAzARDOUS LOCATiONS
    FORMULAS                                                   2)  SPECiFiC LOCATiONS
2) ELECTRiCAL CiRCUiTS                                         3)  SPECiFiC OCCUPANCiES
3) DC THEORY                                                   4)  SPECiAL EqUiPMENT
4) UNDERSTANDiNG ALTERNATiNG CURRENT                           5)  SPECiAL CONDiTiONS
5) MOTOR BASiCS                                                6)  COMMUNiCATiON SYSTEMS
6) TRANSFORMER BASiCS                                          7)  NEC CHAPTER 9 TABLES
7) MASS GENERAL LAWS                                           8)  COMMERCiAL LOAD CALCULATiONS
8) JOBSiTE SAFETY                                              9)  FAULT CURRENT CALCULATiONS
9) DEFiNiTiONS AND                                             10) ADVANCED TRANSFORMER CALCULATiONS
    GENERAL REqUiREMENTS                                       11) STATE REGULATiONS & BUiLDiNG CODES
10) PRACTiCAL ExAM                                             12) 237 CMR
11) WiRiNG & PROTECTiON                                        13) MASS ELECTRiCAL CODE AMENDMENTS
12) WiRiNG METHODS AND MATERiALS                               14) iNTRO TO NATiONAL FiRE ALARM CODE
13) GENERAL USE EqUiPMENT                                           (NFPA 72)
14) RESiDENTiAL LOAD CALCULATiONS                              15) NEC REViEW CHAPTERS 5-8 & TABLES
15) VOLTAGE DROPS                                              16) REViEW OF TESTiNG PROCEDURES
16) OVERLOAD PROTECTiON
Course Outline:                                                Course Outline:
This course is designed to prepare a student to sit for his/   This class is designed for the student who has completed the 300
her Journeyman Electrician Exam administered through           hour Journeyman Electrician Program 1. This 300 hour class will
the Massachusetts Electrician’s Board provided the student     complete the required 600 hours.
has met the hours in the field and the required hours of             class Work Derived from National Electrical
classroom training.
                                                                     code & Design Electrical Systems

                                     MAStER ElEctRiciAN PREP
                 WOrcEstEr - sEPtEMBEr 14, 2011
                            Mon. & Wed. 5-9PM
                     150 Hours 20 Consecutive Weeks
                          8 hrs of Class per Week
The Course: To prepare Journeyman Electricians who are about to sit for the Master
Electrician license exam. This course will be based upon the National Electrical Code
1) General Knowledge of Electricity 2) Grounding and Bonding 3) Branch Circuits and
Devices 4) Conductors and Wiring Methods 5) Services and Feeders 6) Overcurrent
Protection 7) Pipes and Raceways 8) Pull and Junction Boxes 9) Motors and Motor
Controllers 10) General Use of Equipment 11) Special Occupancies and Hazardous
Locations 12) Low Voltage Circuits 13) Emergency and Standby Power Systems
14) Business Practices


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WorceSTer FAciliTy                                                            Train for your Future



                           “WorCEstEr faCilitY”
                                   clASSES HElD At WORcEStER StAtE cOllEgE




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     We Also Offer These Classes in Worcester
     • Mandatory Plumbing Continuing Ed Session 3 & Session 4
     • 2A-1C Hoisting                                                             call
     • 1B Hoisting                                                                For
                                                                                 dates
     Classes Held at Worcester State College
     486 Chandler Street, Worcester, MA - Call 781-938-5656

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Fire AlArm SySTemS / NiceT progrAm                                                 Train for your Future



 A “BAsiC fire AlArm”                                                        “On Site ClASSeS

         Program starts:                   Duration:
                                           10 Weeks
         Woburn                             Completion: 80 Hours
         september 21, 2011
         monday & Wednesday - 6 - 10pm


                                                                                   AvAilABle”
  1    national & massachusetts fire & electrical Codes
  2    types of systems
                                                                            tuition: $1,500.00
  3    types of initiating & notification Circuits & equipment
                                                                            down: $500.00
  4    methods of Communication
                                                                            Weekly: $120.00
  5    inspection & testing of systems
                                                                            books: $350.00
  6    Plans & submittal Packages & Procedures
  7    Performance based design - Hazard analysis - load Calculations
  8    Hands on application of systems                                               “New”
  9    Household systems
                                                                                    Hands on
  10   sprinkler systems
  11   Voice evac systems - mass notification                                      demo Boards
  12   High rise systems



 B
         “n.i.C.e.t.” prep progrAm
                   (National Institute Certification of Engineering Technicians)

       Program starts:                   Duration:
                                                                            tuition: $350.00
                                         10 Weeks
       saturday & sunday                                                    text & materials: 40
                                          Completion: 16 Hours
       8aM - 4PM
       call for Dates

     The N.I.C.E.T. (National Institute Certification of Engi-
     neering Technicians) Prep Course will run right after the
     completion of the Fire Alarm Program (A)
                                                                                        on site
                                                                                        classes
                                                                                       available


           AfTer ComPleTion of TheSe 2 CourSeS (A & B) you
        Will Be PrePAred To TAke The n.i.C.e.T. level 1 & 2 exAm.


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elecTroNic SurveillANce SySTemS                                                                Train for your Future



     ELEctrOnic survEiLLancE                                                         Program starts:
                                                                                     Woburn
            systEMs tEchnician                                                       september 21, 2011
                                                                                     mon. & Wed. - 6 - 10pm

       cLass “D” LicEnsE PrEP                                                        Duration:
                                                                                     2 Nights per week 40 Weeks
                                                                                     Completion: 300 Hours
               Tuition $2,500 down: $800 Weekly: $70
                       Text and materials: $400




 THIS COURSE HAS BEEN CAREFULLY DESIGNED TO FOCUS ON ALL ASPECTS OF
 “eleCTroniC SurveillAnCe” INDUSTRY SYSTEMS INCLUDING - ACCESS
 CONTROL - CLOSED CIRCUIT TVS - BURGLAR AND FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS WITH
 ACTUAL SYSTEMS PROGRAMING.
 THE PROGRAM IS DIRECTED TOWARDS FACILITIES MANAGERS, CLASS “D” AND
 THOSE IN CHARGE OF SERVICES RELATED TO THE INSTALLATION OF CLOSED CIRCUIT
 TV UNITS, ACCESS CONTROL ELEMENTS, INTRUSION AND FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS. . .


                                     CloSed CirCuiT TeleviSion
  1.) Codes and regulations on installation and placement 2.) Manufacturer’s requirements and differences
  3.) Installation and wiring methods 4.) Color vs. Black and White systems 5.) Covert surveillance systems 6.) IP Systems
  vs. Local 7.) DVR Recorders vs. VHS Recorders 8.) Lens selection 9.) Camera selection per application 10.) Specific
  placement for best reception 11.) Explain how to activate when an alarm is activated 12.) Hands on actual equipment
  13.) Computer programming of systems 14.) Calculating Power Supplies 15.) Fiber Optics Systems vs. Copper Wiring


                                      ACCeSS ConTrol SySTemS
  1.) Codes and regulations on installation and placement 2.) Interfacing to other equipment 3.) Different types of
  card readers 4.) Different types of door release units 5.) Request to exit alternatives 6.) Hands on actual equipment
  7.) Computer programming of systems 8.) Installation of door strikes and differences 9.) Calculating Power
  Supplies 10.) ID Badges 11.) Limiting access to areas 12.) Keypad styles and uses 13.) Programmable locks

                                 ClASS “d” liCenSe exAminATion
  This part will allow Systems Technician Apprentices to complete the 300 hours of approved education required by the
  Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Electricians in order to be eligible to sit for the Systems Technician Class
  “D” License Exam.
  1. Job site Safety and Electrical Safety - Introduction to the National Electrical Code and Process - DC/Alarm Theory
     - Basic Math - Wiring Method
  2. Electrical Bonding and Grounding - Low Voltage Systems and Controls
  3. Fire Warning and Security Systems Design and Testing of Fire Alarm Systems
  4. Fiber, Data and Communications Wiring and Systems - National Electrical Code application of DC Theory - Mas-
     sachusetts Laws and Regulations pertaining to Electrical Wiring - Conducts to Technicians and Apprentices in-
     cluding Inspection Requirements
  5. Massachusetts Electrical Code and Amendments - General Review of All Subjects




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FAciliTieS TecHNiciAN                                                                 Train for your Future


  fACilities teCHniCiAn
 Program starts:                       Duration:
 Woburn                                12 Weeks
 september 21, 2011                     Completion: 82 Hours
 monday & Wednesday - 6 - 9pm
 october 3, 2011
 monday - 11:30am - 5:30pm
 Westwood
 september 26, 2011
 monday & Wednesday - 6 - 9pm
 october 7, 2011
 friday 8am - 2pm


 iNCludeS the “10” hour “o.S.h.A.” CoNStruCtioN SAfety CourSe

                                    CourSe ProgrAm:
This Facilities Maintenance Program has been designed by Building Managers and Mechanics to Provide a Broad
Overview of Modern Building Systems while giving you an understanding of Individual Systems pertaining to
Building Equipment. We stress an Overall Management Approach including the importance of knowing Modern
Building Operations. Managers and Mechanics must know how certain types of Equipment interact with each other
to successfully maintain, trouble shoot and Plan the proper operation of a modern Complex for their Clients. The
course also reviews recent Federal and State Regulations that deal with Safety Issues and the Environment Lock/
MSDS or Right to Know Act, Confined Space Act, Clean Air Act and Indoor Air Quality [IAQ].

                                                            the CourSe objeCtive
                                     The goAl of ThiS ProgrAm iS To inSTruCT fACiliTieS mAinTenAnCe
                                     PerSonnel AT An enTry level or PreSenTly Working WiTh
                                     fACiliTieS oPerATionS To TAke A Skilled APProACh To Building
                                     mAinTenAnCe ProCedureS. A deTAiled overvieW of hoW
                                     Building SySTemS oPerATe uSing A “ToTAl SySTemS APProACh”
                                     for mAximum effiCienCy.

                                      A Complete New “StAte of the Art”ApproACh for todAy’S mAiNteNANCe
                                       perSoNNel eNteriNg or preSeNtly workiNg with fACilitieS operAtioNS



  The CourSe revieWS The folloWing ConSTruCTion doCumenTS:
     1) federAl & STATe regulATionS                          6) fire ProTeCTion SySTemS
     2) PrevenTATive mAinTenAnCe                             7) SeAlS, vAlve SeAlS & gASkeTS
     3) BASiC eleCTriCiTy, Soldering & BrAzing               8) Cooling ToWerS, heATing SySTemS
     4) moTorS & TrouBle ShooTing TeChniqueS                 9) Air ComPreSSorS, STeAm TrAPS
     5) Air filTrATion & i.A.q. Air hAndlerS                 10) PneumATiCS & ddC ConTrol SySTemS

 duriNg eACh CourSe we will hAve A guided tour to At leASt oNe lArge moderN fACility whiCh will demoNStrAte
 the ACtuAl SyStemS operAtioNS ANd their relAtioNShip to fACilitieS operAtioN. it iS the poliCy of the peterSoN
 SChool to AlwAyS eNCourAge full ClASS pArtiCipAtioN whiCh we believe CreAteS A CoNtiNuiNg leArNiNg proCeSS.


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HvAc coNTrolS AND eNergy mANAgemeNT                                           Train for your Future


HVAC Controls And energy mAnAgement
Program starts:
Woburn                                                          Duration: 17 Weeks
                                                                Day & Evening Program
October 4, 2011 - tues. & thurs. 8aM - 11aM                     Completion: 102 Hours
October 6, 2011 - tues. & thurs. 6 - 9PM                        location: Woburn & Westwood
Westwood
October 13, 2011 - tues. & thurs. 8aM - 11aM
October 6, 2011 - tues. & thurs. 6 - 9PM

          “complete HVac systems
       under Pneumatic & ddc control”
               “modern Hands-on shops”

       COUrSe DeSCrIPTIOn
 This course is designed to provide students with the skills
 and understanding of HvaC Building Controls as well as
 motors &Controls of all other systems. This program is
 designed to help the HvaC Technician, electrician or the
 Facilities maintenance Tech understand and troubleshoot
 all modern state of the art building systems. you will learn
 how to troubleshoot all these systems in the Peterson
 School’s fully functional lab. We will teach you how to
 read and completely understand ladder Diagrams. you
 will commission an a.C. Drive on a functional fan and          ThE CoursE ouTliNE
 control a v.a.v. box. additionally, during this course         • “hands on” Pneumatic & DDc
 we will convert pneumatic controls to a fully functional
 energy management system [emS]. Using the emS system,             system calibration
 you will learn how to take advantage of money saving           • Basic Electricity & control
 opportunities such as scheduling of units, reset schedules,
 optimum start, and night setback. after completion of this        theory
 course you will be able to apply what you have learned         • understand & Wire Electrical
 to upgrade HvaC systems to the latest in emS technology.
                                                                   components & relay Logic
                                                                • troubleshoot Electrical controls
                                                                   using Ladder Diagrams
                                                                • Energy Management systems
                                                                   (EMs) architecture
                                                                • use variable speed Drives to
                                                                   control in Lab hvac systems
                                                                • savings Opportunities using
                                                                   Latest “E.M.s.” systems
                                                                • controls & solid state Electri-
                                                                   cal systems




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  FiremeN & eNgiNeerS liceNSe prep / WASTWATer TreATmeNT prep

     poWer plAnt operAtion for firemen & engineers
                                                                          HigH PRESSURE BOilER tEcH AND ENgiNEER’S licENSES
       Now offering                                                        Boiler Tech/Second Class Firemen – This is the entry-level license preparatory
                                                                           course. After successfully completing this course, students are prepared to take
     am & Pm classes                                                       the written and oral state license exams. Once you pass the exam you are then
                                                                           officially licensed to “Operate any boiler or boilers under the engineer or fireman
                                                                           direct charge thereof.”

                                                                           First Class Firemen – After holding a Second Class Fireman’s license for six months,
 second Firemen License Prep                                               you are eligible to take the First Class Fireman’s course to prepare you for the state
 Program starts                                                            license exam. After you pass the exam you are then licensed to “ Have charge of and
 Westwood - october 12, 2011 mon. & Wed. 9 am - 12                         operate any boiler or boilers where the safety valve is set at a pressure not exceeding
                                                                           25 psi or to operate any boiler under the engineer in direct charge thereof “.
             october 12, 2011 mon. & Wed. 6 - 9 pm
                                                                           Third Class engineer - After holding a First Class Fireman’s License for one year,
                                                                           you are eligible to take the Third Class Engineer’s course to prepare you for the state
 Woburn -          october 5, 2011         Wed. & thurs. 6:30 - 9:30 pm    license exam. After passing the exam you are then licensed to “Have charge of and
                                                                           operate a boiler or boilers not exceeding, in the aggregate, 150 horsepower when
 Worcester - Call for dates                                                solid fuel is burned or not exceeding, in the aggregate, 500 horsepower when steam
                                                                           is generated by the use of liquid or gaseous fuel, electric or atomic energy or any
                                                                           other source of heat and an engine or engines not exceeding 50 horsepower each
 First Firemen License Prep                                                or to operate a second class plant under the engineer in direct charge thereof ”.
 third Engineer License Prep                                               Second Class engineer - After holding a Third Class Engineer’s License for one
 Program starts                                                            year, you are eligible to take the Second Class Engineers course to prepare you for
 Westwood - october 12, 2011               mon. & Wed. 9 am - 12           the state license exam. After passing the exam you are then licensed to “Have charge
                                                                           of and operate a boiler or boilers, and to have charge of and operate engines, no
                                           mon. & Wed. 6-9 pm              one of which shall exceed 150 horsepower, or to operate a first class plant under
                                                                           the engineer in direct charge thereof “.
 First & second Engineer License Prep
                                                                           First Class engineer - After holding a Second Class Engineer’s License for one and
 Program starts                                                            one half years, you are eligible to take the First Class Engineer’s course to prepare
 Westwood - september 27, 2011 tues. 6 - 10 pm                             you for the state license exam. After passing the exam you are then licensed to “
                                                                           Have charge of and operate any steam plant”.



 FIremen / engIneerS                                                                WAsteWAter treAtment
                                                                                                             licENSE PREP
        30 Hr. COnTInUIng eDUCaTIOn
          COrreSPOnDenCe COUrSe                                                                             Program starts:
   The Peterson School is pleased to announce a new program recently                 Westwood                                       Woburn
 approved by The Department of Public Safety. This continuing education
program will allow students to fulfill the 30 hour requirement as required        september 14, 2011                           september 15, 2011
in Chapter 146 by utilizing a correspondence course format. The course              Wed. 6:00 - 9:00 PM                        Thurs. 6:00 - 9:00 PM
is designed to offer students flexibility in course duration, scheduling and
                              topics covered.
Once enrolled, a student selects 30 hours from the list of 44 hours of            Duration: 10 Week Evening Program
approved material. All the material selected, which includes lecture              Completion: 30 Hours
material, videos and review questions will be sent to the student on a
CD. The material must be read and review questions completed and
submitted to our assigned instructor, which can be done via e-mail.                                      Topics Covered:
When all assignments are completed a final exam will be scheduled
at The Peterson School. Once the final exam is successfully completed            1. introduction to                       6.  Activated Sludge
with a minimum of a 70 percent, a certificate of completion will be                  Massachusetts State Law              7.  Treatment of
issued.                                                                          2. Basic Plant Math                          Metal Wastestreams
                                                                                 3. instrumentation                       8. Exam Preparation
The course syllabus includes the following subjects:                             4. Physical-Chemical Treatment               Text: “industrial Waste
                                                                                 5. industrial Waste Monitoring               Treatment”
mandatory Topics:                                                                                                             Cal. State Univ.
M.G.L. Chapter 146                   2 Hours            Call                         and Waste Treatment
                                                                                     Processes                            9. Neutralization Safety
522 CMR- 1-17                        2 Hours
                                                        for                                                               10. Maintenance
elective Topics:
Combined Cycle Operations            4   Hours         Dates                      license Preparation                           In-Plant Instruction
Combustion                           4   Hours                                         level 1-2-3-4                                 available
Steam Condensers                     4   Hours
Water Treatment
Steam Turbine Operation
                                     6
                                     6
                                         Hours
                                         Hours
                                                                                        WAste WAter reneWAL ProGrAM
Power Plant Auxiliaries              8   Hours                                                       Home Study Program
Steam Boiler Operation               8   Hours                                                          DeP approved
Enrollment will be on a continuous basis. Call Peterson’s today to enroll                              Sec 1 (10 TCH’s)
and complete your 30 hour continuing education program.
                                                                                                       Sec 2 (20 TCH’s)
Tuition                              $500.00                                                           Sec 3 (30 TCH’s)
                                                                                                            Operators must obtain
Please call 781-320-3292 to Register!                                     Page 15                  D.E.P. required contact Training hours.
TelecommuNicATioNS / lockSmiTH                                                                       Train for your Future

 teleCommuinCAtions And fiBer-optiCs
     Program starts:                               Duration:
                                                   12 Weeks
                                                    Completion: 82 Hours
     Westwood
     October 12, 2011
     Wednesday - 6 - 10pm
                                                     ThEoRy And hAnds on lAb

                                THe Program
This Course is designed to give the student an understanding of Telecommunication
Systems and Components including Fiber Optics. This hands on program will give you a compre-
hensive analysis of all the aspects of the entire network cabling industry. Each of the 12 topics
below will be explained in detail throughout the length of the 10 week program.


              Tuition: $1000 Books and materials: $200

                                                        subjects:
       1)    State of the Art Telecommunication Systems               7)    Pathways, Spaces, Procedures and Installations
       2)    Current Fiber Optics                                     8)    Work Areas and Standards
       3)    Safety Equipment & Specific Hazards for                  9)    Telecommunication Rooms
             Communication Technicians and Workers                    10)   Grounding and Bonding
       4)    Tools used in the Trade                                  11)   Testing
       5)    The National Electronic Code                             12)   Labeling
       6)    Media Copper and Fiber Optic Cables




  loCksmitH seCurity teCHniCiAn progrAm
                                             Commercial • Industrial
                                                 Domestic
         Tuition $1,350.00              Down $400.00              Per/Week $100.00                  materials $300.00
   modern Classroom environment - State of the art “Hands on ” Shop Facilities

   Program starts:                             subjects and curriculum
   Westwood                                      A) Basic understanding of locking             I) Commercial & Domestic Services
   October 5, 2011                                  components and their correct operation     J) Auxiliary Door Locks
                                                 B) Tools of the Trade                         K) Decoding & Emergency Entry
   monday & Wednesday 6 - 9pm                                                                  L) Combination Locks
                                                 C) Types of Locks & Keys
                                                 D) Warded Locks                               M) Elec Access & Exit Control
                                                 E) Lever, Disc & Pin Tumbler Locks               Systems
    Duration:                                    F) High Security Mechanical Locks             N) The Business of Locksmithing
                                                 G) Master Keying                              O) Key Duplicating Machines
    8 Weeks
                                                 H) Keyed Padlocks                             P) Testing your knowledge of the
     Completion: 24 Hours                                                                         entire course




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plumBiNg i & ii prep / plumBiNg Tier i, ii & iii prep / mASTer plumBiNg prep            Train for your Future



         PlUMBiNg I PREP                                   PlUMBiNg tiER I PREP
                                                              A
Woburn: October 3, 2011 - Mon. 6 - 9:30PM                 osh       For those who received their
                                                           10
Westwood: October 3, 2011 - Mon. 6 - 9:30PM                   apprentice card after september 1, 2008
                                                         Woburn: October 3, 2011 - Mon. 6 - 9:30PM
                                                         Westwood: October 3, 2011 - Mon. 6 - 9:30PM
        PlUMBiNg II PREP
Woburn: October 3, 2011 - Mon. 5:30 - 9PM
Westwood: October 3, 2011 - Mon. 6 - 9:30PM
                                                           PlUMBiNg tiER II PREP
                                                                    For those who received their
                                                        NEW apprentice card after september 1, 2008
                                                         Woburn: October 3, 2011 - Mon. 5:30 - 9PM
                                                         Westwood: October 3, 2011 - Mon. 6 - 9:30PM
        COUrSe OBJeCTIve
  This course is designed to begin to prepare
  Plumbing I & II and Tier I, II & III apprentices to
                                                          PlUMBiNg tiER III PREP
                                                                    For those who received their
  fulfill the requirements to take the massachusetts    NEWapprentice card after september 1, 2008
  State Journeyman Plumber ’s examination.
                                                         Woburn: October 4, 2011 - tuesday 6 - 9:30PM
                                                         Westwood: October 4, 2011 - tuesday 6 - 9:30PM


                              MAStER PlUMBiNg/tiER 5 PREP
                             Woburn: October 5, 2011 Wed. & thurs. 6 - 9:30PM


                                                             Duration:
                                                              Plumbing i - ii - 43 Weeks
                                                              Plumbing Tier i - ii - iii - 32 Weeks
                                                              Master Plumbing/Tier 5 - 16 Weeks
                                                             Completion:
                                                              Plumbing i or ii - 150 Hours
                                                              Plumbing Tier i, ii or iii - 110 Hours
                                                              Master Plumbing/Tier 5 - 110 Hours
                                                             location:
                                                              Plumbing i & ii Woburn
                                                              Plumbing i & ii Westwood
                                                              Plumbing Tier i, ii or iii- Woburn
                                                              Plumbing Tier i, ii or iii - Westwood
                                                              Master Plumbing/Tier 5 - Woburn

      COUrSe DeSCrIPTIOn
Our course covers all area in compliance with guidelines set be The Board of State examiners
of Plumbers and gas Fitters as well as many other related areas of the trade. Our programs
are constantly being updated to meet today’s needs. In order to apply the course hours toward
your educational requirements as outlined in 248 Cmr, Section 11, you must hold a current
massachusetts apprentice Plumber’s license. State requirements vary for Plumbing I & II and Tier
I, II & III apprentices based on the date you aquired your apprentice license.

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NormANDy                                                                            Train for your Future

    THE “NormaNdy”* Program
                                                 PluMbinG & GAS FiTTinG
                                                 ExAM PREP COuRSE
                                                 Program Starts:
                                                 Woburn: October 13, 2011 - Thurs. 6 - 9PM
                                                 Westwood: Call For Dates




         Duration: 10 Weeks
         Completion: 30 Hrs.
         location: Woburn
                                                                                   andy

  An intense comprehensive course designed to help candidates prepare for the Massachusetts State
  Plumbing & Gas Fitting Examinations. This successful course is taught by two highly qualified instructors.
  The average passing rate of students that have taken this course in the past is over 90%! These instructors
  have a combined total of more than 40 years experience as plumbing and gas inspectors and instructors.
  The curriculum used is a compilation of more than 20 years of information collected and includes, an
  overview and highlighting of the state code, formulas needed to solve basic to complex math problems,
  installation practices, blueprint reading, the science of plumbing and gas fitting, licensing requirements,
  sizing of gas piping systems, water piping systems, roof drains, and other related areas.
  Class hours can be used to meet the state’s examination application requirements.




           ** The PeTerson sChool will address in deTail The
               new Plumbing and gas Fuel Codes in eFFeCT.


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plumBerS AND gASFiTTerS coNTiNuiNg eDucATioN                               Train for your Future

   plumBers And gAsfitters
    Continuing eduCAtion
        sessions 3&4
   Woburn                             Westwood                        Worcester
   Wednesday & thursday 6 - 9pm       monday & Wednesday 6 - 9pm      saturday 8am - 2pm
   or saturday 8am - 2pm              or saturday 8am - 2pm           Call for dates
   Call for dates                     Call for dates
                    SeSSion                                        SeSSion
                      3&4                                            3&4
                                      $90 tuitioN
                   PlumBerS: 6 HrS. Per YeAr - GASfitterS: 3 HrS. Per YeAr
          ThiS iS A mAndATory ConTinuing-eduCATion ProgrAm

                        SeSSion 3 - fAll 2011
       WoBurn        WedneSdAy And ThurSdAy 6-9Pm           SATurdAy 8Am-2Pm
       SEPTEMBER                                            SEPTEMBER 24, 2011
       CALL FOR MORE DATES


      PleASe Bring CurrenT “Code” Book To ClASS
        SeSSion 4 - STArTing SePTemBer 2011
       WoBurn        WedneSdAy And ThurSdAy 6-9Pm          SATurdAy 8Am-2Pm
       SEPTEMBER     SEPTEMBER 7 & 8, 2011            OR   SEPTEMBER 10, 2011
       OCTOBER       CALL FOR DATES                        OCTOBER 15, 2011
       NOVEMBER      NOV. 16 & 17, 2011               OR   NOV. 19, 2011
       WeSTWood
       SEPTEMBER                                           SEPTEMBER 24, 2011
       OCTOBER       CALL FOR DATES
       NOVEMBER      CALL FOR DATES                        NOV. 19, 2011
       WorCeSTer
       SEPTEMBER                                           SEPTEMBER 17, 2011
       OCTOBER       CALL FOR DATES
       NOVEMBER      CALL FOR DATES

                     We offer complimentary Coffee and Donuts on Saturday
               MADATORY ConTinuing eduCATion HOURS BY THE STATE BOARD
                         OF ExAMINERS OF PLUMBERS & GASFITTERS
    “The PlumBerS” ARE REqUIRED TO COMPLETE 12 CLOCK HOURS (6 HRS. PER YEAR) OF STATE
    BOARD APPROVED CONTINUING EDUCATION BY APRIL 30, 2012 BEFORE THEY CAN RENEW
    PLUMBING LICENSE.

    “The gASfiTTerS” ARE REqUIRED TO COMPLETE 6 CLOCK HOURS (3 HRS. PER YEAR) OF STATE
    BOARD APPROVED CONTINUING EDUCATION BY APRIL 30, 2012 BEFORE THEY CAN RENEW
    GASFITTERS LICENSE.
         THIS COURSE IS TAUGHT BY OUR CURRENT PLUMBING INSTRUCTORS WHO HAVE
       COMBINED ExPERIENCE OF MORE THAN 40 YEARS AS PLUMBING AND GAS INSPECTORS
                                   AND INSTRUCTORS.




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 coNSTrucTioN SuperviSor liceNSe / NATe cerTiFicATioN prep


New coNstructioN suPerVisor liceNse
  coNtiNuiNG educatioN requiremeNts
                                     The Board of Building regulations and Standards (BBrS) is pleased to announce that it has
     Program starts:                 approved continuing education requirements for licensed Construction Supervisors. In effect
                                     as of July 1, 2011
     Woburn & Westwood
                                     A licensed Construction Supervisor must acquire a certain number of continuing education
     september 24 25, 2011
                                     hours each 2 year renewal period based upon license category as identified below.
     october 22 & 23, 2011
                                              • unrestricted Construction Supervisors license 12 Hours
     saturday & sunday                        • restricted Construction Supervisors license 10 Hours
     12 hours - 10 hours - 6 hours            • Specialty Construction Supervisors license 6 Hours
     available                       licensees who renew a license or are issued a first-time license on or after July 1, 2011
                                     shall be expected to fully comply with education requirements following a full two-year
                                     cycle or elongated first-time license cycle (a first-time license cycle may extend beyond two
                                     years depending on the licensees birth date).
                                     licensees who renew or are issued a first-time license prior to July 1, 2011 will be on a
                                     different schedule.



     ConstruCtion supervisor LiCense
     Program starts: exam prep
                                                                                    THE COurSE CAN AlSO BE
     Woburn                                                                        uSED AS AN ExCEllENT CODE
     september 15, 2011                  Duration: 8 Weeks                             rEVIEw FOr THOSE
     november 10, 2011                   Completion: 24 Hours                          AlrEADY lICENSED.
     monday & thurday - 6 - 9pm          location:
     Westwood                            Woburn & Westwood
     september 12, 2011
     november 14, 2011                          THE PETErSON SCHOOl wIll PrEPArE INDIVIDuAlS FOr THE
     monday 6 - 9pm                             CONSTruCTION SuPErVISOrS lICENSINg ExAM




        nAte CertifiCAtion prepArAtion
     Program starts:
                                     •   COMPANIES WANT ALL ENTRY LEVEL TECHNICIANS TO BE NATE CERTIFIED
                                     •   TECHNICIANS TAKING THE TEST CAN PROVE THEY HAVE THE KNOWLEDGE TO
                                         BE THE BEST
     Westwood                        •   EMPLOYERS OFTEN PAY MORE WHEN TECHNICIANS ARE NATE CERTIFIED
     october 22, 2011
     saturday 8am - 4pm              •   ANYONE WORKING IN THE HVACR, OIL, AND GAS TRADES
                                     •   STUDENTS THAT ARE TAKING THE HVACR, OIL, AND GAS CLASSES
                                     •   ANY GRADUATES OF THE HVACR, OIL, AND GAS PROGRAM
     Duration: 2 Days                •   THE PETERSON SCHOOL WILL OFFER AN 8 HOUR PREP CLASS
     Completion: 16 Hours            •   ONE DAY FOR THE CERTIFICATION TEST
                                     •   YOU ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE A CORE TEST
                                     •   YOU ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE A SPECIALTY TEST
                                     •   PETERSON WILL PREP FOR THE CORE AND THE HEAT PUMP SPECIALTY TEST
 •     NATE IS THE NATION’S LARGEST NON-PROFIT
       CERTIFICATION ORGANIZATION
 •     HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING AND REREFRIGERTION TECHNICIANS
 •     NATE IS THE ONLY TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATION ORGANIZATION GOVERNED, OWNED, OPERATED, DEVELOPED AND
       SUPPORTED BY THE HVACR INDUSTRY
                                                        Page 20
HoiSTiNg liceNSe prep / oSHA coNSTrucTioN SAFeTy courSe Train for your Future


 Osha “4 hOur” - riggEr cErtiFicatiOn
 Osha “4 hOur” - signaL PErsOn cErtiFicatiOn
                                    call for More information
 The qualified requirements for riggers & Signal person go into effect November 8, 2010
                                       4 hours - saturday’s 8am - 12

Hoisting operAtor
liCense exAm prep                                               2a / 1C
                                                               hELD MOnthLy
   held monthly                                                2a/1c 6 hOur PrOgraM
   Woburn                                              A hoisting license is required by the Comm. of Mass.
                                                       Dept. of Public Safety to operate numerous Heavy
   7:30am - 1:30pm Call for dates                      Duty Machines. In the construction and landscaping
   Westwood                                            industry, the CLASS 2A Hoisting License consists of
   8am - 2pm Call for dates                            being able to operate front end loaders, backhoes
                                                       and excavators. The CLASS 1C Hoisting License al-
   OPEratE FrOnt EnD LOaDErs                           lows the candidate to operate a hydraulic boom with
     ExcavatOrs BackhOEs                               no cable, forklifts and lulls. This is a combined 2A/1C
                                                       Hoisting License preparation.
      on-site Classes Available


 extended Boom operAtor
 liCense exAm prep                                                                     1B
   held monthly                          hELD MOnthLy - 1B - 9 hOur PrOgraM
   Woburn                              The 1B License allows candidates to operate Boom Trucks
                                       and extension Booms with Cables. The Peterson School
   7:30am - 4:30pm Call for dates
                                       will prepare candidates to test for the massachusetts 1B
   Westwood                            License exam in our 9 hour program.
   8am - 5pm Call for dates                 “WOBURN” “WESTWOOD” “WORcESTER”


osHA - “10” Hour ConstruCtion
sAfety Course On-Site ClASSeS This 10 hourheld monthly
                              safety course
                                            compulsory

                                                   AvAilABle             provides basic instruction

    held monthly                                                         on a variety of general con-
                                                                         struction safety and health
    Woburn & Westwood                       TuiTion: $275                standards to the partici-
    saturday - 8am - 6pm                mATeriAlS: inCluded              pants. The objective of this
    Call for dates                                                       program is to reduce or
                                                                         prevent costly and time con-
                                                                         suming injuries and serious
                                                                         illness...
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BROCKTON         MALDEN
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                                                             195 BROADWAY FALL RIVER, MA 02721




                                                               Republic Plumbing Supply Co., inc.
                                                               Massachusetts Offices:
       Ed Mattos                                               Norwood           (781) 762-3900
       55 Messina Dr. - Braintree                              quincy            (617) 472-6345
       (781) 848-9394                                          Brookline         (617) 566-2010
                                                               Framingham        (508) 620-0600
                                                               Pembroke          (781) 826-0050
       Mark Barry
       10 Temple St. - Charlestown
       (617) 241-7800




      74 Mystic Ave.-Medford        (781) 395-5807
      Elliott Velleman               (800) 244-TUBS

      82 Gerard St. - Boston        (617) 442-6950
      Jeff Tooten

      10 Westwood St-W. Newton      (617) 527-7040
      Jonathan Fox                  (800) 698-0047

      350 Richmond St - Raynham     (508) 880-4902
      Gregg Shigley                 (800) 553-5521
              new england emplOyers whO have hired Our graduaTes
                          Or spOnsOred Our sTudenTs:
Atlas Oil Co.                           Flatley Co.                               Mt. Auburn Hospital
Aveccia                                 Frank I. Rounds                           NESCO
Avery Dennison MFG                      Garelick Farms                            Ogden Martin Systems
Bicknell & Fuller                       General Electric                          Paisley Maintenance
Biogen                                  General Foods                             Polaroid
Boston College                          Gillette                                  Raytheon
Boston University                       Harvard University                        Reilly Electric
Braintree Power Light                   Hyatt Regency Hotel                       Ritz Carlton
Building Technologies Engi-             J & J Corrugated                          Robinson’s Supply Co.
neering      Caritas at Nor-            Joe Warren & Sons, Co.                    Santa Maria Hospital
wood                                    Jomar                                     Sheraton Hotels
Caritas at Southwood                    Keyspan                                   Siemens Building Tech.
Copley Plaza                            M.I.T.                                    Sithe
D.C.N.E.                                MacFarland Oil                            Tara Hotels
Environment Corp.                       Marriott Hotel                            Taunton Municipal Light
Equity Office Prop.                     Mass. General Hospital                    Taylor Freezer
Faulkner Hospital                       Mass. Water Resources                     Verizon
Fitchburg State College                 Authority                                 Wheaton College




  Placement assistance:
  The Peterson School will provide job placement assistance to the graduates of the school. inquires made to
  the school from potential employers will be posted on the bulletin boards located at the school and students
  may access the job hotline Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 1-781-932-6864.

  The Peterson School does not guarantee a job upon completion of any course or program.

  Complaint resolution:
  Complaints must be submitted in writing to the Director of the School. Upon receiving the complaint the Direc-
  tor will set up a meeting with the student for resolution. The school shall respond to the student within 30 days
  from the submission of the complaint to the school.



  Off-Site Classes:
  The Peterson School offers on site training at your facility. From small groups to large, we provide instruction
  to your employees, specific to your company’s needs. Please call Stacey Chisholm at 1-781-320-3292.
the Peterson school

                                                                                          Current Resident


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                                                     SOUTH (WESTWOOD)
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                                                                Amtrack - MTA
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