CDMU Construction, Design, Maintenance & Utilities Dept Website
Mission Statement: In support of the college mission and to assist in its implementation the “Construction, Design & Manufacturing” department’s faculty and staff are committed to the development, continual improvement and professional delivery of the mostcurrent industry relevant training, including sustainable construction techniques and other green technologies, for our students to equip themselves with the necessary knowledge and skill sets to obtain, sustain, or advance in their chosen career paths.
FINAL Physical Agility Test
For Spring 2014 Lineman Class
February 7, 2014 at 11am
Meet at the Smoking Area, eastside of Sequoia Hall (formerly B Building) at 10:30am
The test can take up to 2 hours to complete. BE ON TIME!!! Remembers this is LA there is ALWAYS traffic!!! Anyone showing up after 10:50am will not be allowed to participate.
Please bring the following to the test:
- Doctor’s Certification of Fitness, signed by a medical doctor
- Current DMV Printout (H-6) (Obtained at a local DMV Office)
- A college or government issued identification card
On February 7, 2014 Highs will be around 73 degrees (partly clouded), and lows will be around 41 degrees according to the Weather Channel so please make sure you dress accordingly. Wear proper workout clothes and running shoes.
Here is the link Physical Agility Test Permission slip. Please read it. It gives you the passing score for all PAT components. Make sure you know the score you need to achieve in order to pass.
The Day Program meets from 7am to 2:20pm Monday through Friday starting February 10, 2014 and ending June 9, 2014. If you are admitted to the program you will be expected to drop all other classes.
Remember… In addition to the physical screening you must also show successful completion of 2 of the following pre-requisite courses (One from each group):
GROUP 1 : Electrical Construction & Maintenance (ECONMT) 116 - Handtools and WIring Practices OR Building Construction Techniques (BLDGTCQ) 004 - Principles of Hand and Power Tools
GROUP 2: Electrical Construction & Maintenance (ECONMT) 119 - Applied Electrical Calculations & Measurements OR (ECONMT) 173 – Electrical Mathematics I
If you think you have the knowledge and don’t need to take the pre-requisites, contact Matriculation and take the Challenge Exam and pass it to have the pre-requisites waived or take the Credit By Exam, where you will take the Final and must pass it in order to get credit for the class in your transcripts. You get one shot. If you fail the exams, you will have to take the class for which you failed. We do not take transfer credits for this Program.
Thank you for your interest in joining our ELECL 601 Spring 2014 class. Good luck!
“New RRP Lead Training Date Just added, Sep 21st, 2013, See the EPA-RRP Tab to the left for details
CDMU : The Good News
LATTC students from the Construction, Design, Maintenance & Utilities Department were spectacular at the Metropolitan Water District’s Green Expo last week. They took first place in the Water Conservation competition and beat out several other schools (including a graduate program at UC Santa Barbara) to win the top spot. That is quite an accomplishment.
This outstanding effort was led by one of our students, Mohammed Macauley. The project is going to be showcased on the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California’s website. CDMU instructors stated that this was a “truly interdisciplinary project, the house structure was orginally designed by our architecture dept staff and students, engineered and built by our night carpentry program. For this effort it was re-engineered and rebuilt to by the contest team specs with support from our 3rd semester carpentry program students.”