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Ocean County College offers courses that meet the education requirements for licensure of New Jersey technical assistants. The NJ Department of Community Affairs (DCA) pursuant to NJAC 5:23 (UCC regulations) oversees licensing.
Tuition reimbursement may be available for partial refund of tuition. To be eligible, a student must have a log number or a UCC license and complete the UCC course successfully. Upon applying for a license and paying the application fee, the Licensing Unit gives the log number; the college collects tuition reimbursement information and submits it to the DCA. Call the DCA's Licensing Unit at 609-984-7834 for information.
Uniform Construction Technical Assistant Certification
Technical Licenses: Technical Assistant Certification. Textbooks required. 1. NJ Construction Codes, 2. NJ Municipal Procedures Manual. Books take 4-6 weeks for delivery, please order in advance. 609-984-0040 4.5 CEUs
For additional information, visit: www.nj.gov/dca/divisions/codes/codreg/pdf_regs/njac_5_23_5.pdf
Course Code: CEPS-127
OSHA Outreach Training for General Industry
This general industry course would apply to employees in factories, warehouses, and all other industrial locations. This course is administered by an OSHA-authorized instructor and is intended to provide both entry level and experienced workers instruction in the following:
Introduction to OSHA, Walking/Working Surfaces & Fall Protection, Fire Protection & Exit Routes, Electrical Safety , Personal Protective Equipment, Hazard Communication, Control of Hazardous Energy (LockOut/TagOut), Confined Spaces, Materials Handling.
Participants who successfully complete this 10-hour course will receive the official OSHA 10-Hour General Industry card approximately 4-6 weeks after course completion.
OSHA Outreach Training for the Construction Industry
This Outreach Training program is administered by an OSHA-authorized instructor and is intended to provide both entry level and experienced construction workers instruction in the following topics:
Introduction to OSHA, Focus Four Topics, Fall Protection, Electrical Safety, Personal Protective Equipment, Health Hazards, Hand & Power Tools, Excavation & Trenching, Materials Handling.
Participants who successfully complete the 10-hour course will receive the official OSHA 10-Hour Construction card approximately 4-6 weeks after course completion.