Building Technologies, Engineering & Construction

The college's Office of Workforce Development offers Building Technologies, Engineering & Construction courses for those preparing for a new job, promotion or looking to update their skills.

Instructor-Led Courses

3D Modeling with AutoCAD

You can become a valuable asset to your company! This course introduces students to aspects of computer-based three-dimensional (3D) modeling using the AutoCAD platform. It guides them in constructing 3D wireframe models, surface models and solid models to make multi-view drawings.

The construction industry is transitioning to 3D applications that typically cost thousands of dollars, but many companies are still utilizing AutoCAD to save money, even though they would like to be in 3D. This course provides hands-on training in working in 3D, while using the more cost-effective software platform, AutoCAD, and prepares students to help their companies transition into the 3D world, without the cost of upgrading their software.

Course Content and Training Topics

  • User coordinate system and the z-axis
  • 3D wireframe modeling
  • UCS, viewports and wireframe modeling
  • 3D surface modeling
  • Solid modeling-constructive solid geometry
  • Regions, extrude and solid modeling
  • Multi-view drawings from 3D models
  • Symmetrical features in designs
  • Advanced modeling tools and techniques
  • Conceptual design tools and techniques
  • Introduction to photorealistic rendering

Prerequisites: AutoCAD Basics or equivalent

Location: 400 Jordan Rd., Rensselaer Technology Park, Troy OR Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus

Tuition: $625

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
30 hours, 3.0 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule
July 8 - 25, 2019
Monday and Wednesday: 5 - 9 p.m.
Thursday: 5 - 8:30 p.m.

AutoCAD - Basics

The AutoCAD Basics course is designed for individuals who are interested in learning the fundamentals of design using AutoCAD software.

The objective of the course is to provide students with an overview of AutoCAD software tools and how to use them for specific design tasks.

Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:

  • Produce 2D drawings
  • Create custom templates
  • Demonstrate CAD plotting and layout
  • Demonstrate advanced CAD commands including file management, blocks, x-refs and the creation of libraries
  • Demonstrate the ability to complete complex drawings

Prerequisites: A 10th grade reading and math skill levels. Students should have proficient computer skills, familiar with mouse operations, and navigating the Windows operating system.

Location: 400 Jordan Rd., Rensselaer Technology Park, Troy OR Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus

Tuition: $625

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
30 hours, 3.0 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule
May 30 - June 18, 2019
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 5:30 - 9 p.m.

AutoCAD - Intermediate

Intermediate AutoCAD is designed for individuals who are interested in learning more advanced techniques for using AutoCAD software for design.

This course provides students with an overview of AutoCAD software tools, including how to use them for specific design tasks.

Training topics include:

  • Working with blocks
  • Parametric drawings
  • Using sheet sets for design
  • Creating templates
  • Annotation styles
  • External references
  • Managing layers
  • CAD Standards

Prerequisites: Basic AutoCAD skills; Minimum 10th grade reading and math skill levels; Computer skills, including familiarity with navigating the Windows operating system

Location: 400 Jordan Rd., Rensselaer Technology Park, Troy OR Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus

Tuition: $625

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
30 hours, 3.0 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule
March 4 - 21, 2019
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 5:30 - 9 p.m.

Air Conditioning Service & Repair

This course provides an in-depth study of the practical aspects of residential and light commercial air conditioning equipment and systems. An emphasis is placed on the theory of heat transfer, good service and installation practices, and the use of instruments and gauges to assist in fault diagnosis. This AC Service and Repair course provides students with entry-level skills in the field of air conditioning installation, service and repair. Upon completion of the course, the student will need to obtain his or her EPA 608 certification prior to working in the field.

Topics include:

  • Terminology
  • Refrigerants and Refrigerant Charging Methods
  • Air Conditioning System Mechanical Components
  • Heat Transfer Theory
  • Pressure Temperature Relationship
  • Tools and Materials
  • Installation Practices
  • Evacuation and Dehydration
  • Mechanical System Fault Diagnosis
  • Electrical Fundamentals System Troubleshooting
  • Refrigerant Recovery

Students are required to bring to class: Safety glasses with side panels and work gloves

Prerequisites: 9th grade reading, writing and math skill levels. Students should have a strong interest in the fundamentals of air conditioning systems.

Approximately $160, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Technology, 8th edition, by Whitman & Johnson, will be available for purchase at the  Viking’s Cove Bookstore.

Location: Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus

Tuition: $800

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
40 hours, 4.0 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule
July 7 - Aug. 8, 2019
Wednesday and Thursday: 5 - 9 p.m.

Drone Remote Pilot FAA Test Prep

Keep up with changing Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements to remain ahead of the curve among commercial drone pilots. Anyone operating a drone for any commercial or business purpose must obtain an FAA remote pilot certification. This highly focused course prepares you for the test to receive this certification.

Beyond drone-specific material, students will gain an understanding of much of the ground-school information covered in the FAA's knowledge test. Topics covered include regulations relating to small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS); airspace classification, interpretation of sectional navigation charts, operating requirements and flight restrictions; aviation weather sources and effects; small unmanned aircraft loading and performance; emergency procedures; aeronautical decision-making and crew resource management; radio communication procedures; physiological effects of drugs and alcohol; airport operations; and maintenance and preflight inspection procedures.

The remote pilot knowledge test Unmanned Aircraft – General includes 60 questions and requires a passing score of 70 percent. The test costs $150, paid separately to the Knowledge Testing Center. With successful completion of the test, you can apply for a remote pilot certificate for FAA Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations part 107. The course fee includes a workbook, a sectional chart, 50 FAA sample test questions, and six hours of instruction. Actual FAA testing must be administered at an authorized Knowledge Testing Center and is NOT included in the course fee.

Students new to drone piloting should precede this course with the comprehensive 12-hour Drones – Learn to Fly (Intro to sUAS) course, which provides the skills and information you need to start piloting drones safely and legally.

Prerequisites: Students must be at least 16 years old, be able to read, speak, write and understand English (exceptions may be made if the person is unable to meet one of these requirements for a medical reason, such as hearing impairment).

Location: Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus

Tuition: $495
Tuition includes workbook. Tuition does not include the FAA certification test fee.

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
6 hours, 0.6 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule
April 9 - 11, 2019
Tuesday and Thursday: 6 - 9 p.m.

Drones - Learn to Fly (Intro to sUAS)

Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (drones) are a dynamic, emerging technology that will transform industries and have an economic impact of $100 billion by 2020. This comprehensive, hands-on training course gives you the skills and information you need to start piloting drones safely and legally.

In addition to teaching safety best practices and piloting skills, we cover:

  • types of flight systems available, their capabilities, and which one would be best for your use
  • business and industry applications for drone technology and how to apply those applications to bring efficiencies to business
  • drone photography and videography skills

Topics covered include flying multi-rotor and fixed-wing drones, indoor flight training, diverse flight systems, maintenance, registration and certification requirements, safety, insurance, industry applications, featured systems (DJI, Yuneec, etc.), emerging technologies, and the latest Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) policies.

Our unique flight training uses model quadcopters (currently the Syma X5C without FPV) flying indoors without wind/weather through obstacle courses. This approach develops three primary skill proficiencies:

  • dealing with flight system orientation
  • depth perception
  • flying without dependency on GPS

We've found these are the essential skills needed to create the safest, most proficient remote pilots anywhere! Also, we've shown time and again that these basic skills are easily transferred into more advanced drone flight systems. This practice creates safer, more capable pilots who can easily fly without GPS when necessary (lost GPS signal is a key factor in many drone crashes).

The course includes a training quadcopter with a camera, a computer flight simulator with a radio controller and a workbook. Successful students will receive a training certificate of completion.

Students interested in pursuing an FAA remote pilot certification and accessing drone-enabled employment opportunities should supplement this course with the Drone Remote Pilot FAA Test Prep course. That course, designed to prepare operators to successfully pass the certification test and achieve FAA remote pilot certification, supplements drone-specific knowledge with additional ground-school information covered in the test.

Prerequisites: Students must be at least 13 years old.

Location: Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus

Tuition: $995
Tuition includes all course materials, software, radio controller and a quadcopter. There will be no other fees or required purchases for this course.
The following items (or any reasonable substitutions) are included in the tuition: Syma X5C flight system for indoor training; AeroSIM flight simulator; Spektrum DXe controller; Workbook

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
12 hours, 1.2 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule
March 26 - April 4, 2019
Tuesday and Thursday: 6 - 9 p.m.

Electrical Fundamentals for HVAC

This course covers the fundamentals of electrical theory including magnetism, circuits, transformers and motors. The emphasis is on motor and controls found in various HVAC equipment.

Coursework is accomplished in the classroom and lab each week. Lectures, discussions and reading assignments will be given from the textbook.

Upon completion of the course, you will be able to discuss and demonstrate a working knowledge of:

  • series and parallel circuits
  • various electrical meters
  • schematic symbols and diagrams
  • AC and DC circuits
  • electric motors
  • electrical installation practices
  • contractors and relays
  • electrical control devices
  • solid state controls

Each participant will receive a training certificate of completion.

Prerequisites: 9th grade reading, writing and math skill levels. Students should have a strong interest in the fundamentals of air conditioning systems.

Textbook: Required - Electricity for Refrigeration, Heating and Air Conditioning, 9th Edition, Russell E Smith, Delmar Publishers, will be available for purchase at the Viking's Cove Bookstore. Approximate cost is $128

Location: Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus

Tuition: $650

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
36 Hours, 3.6 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule TBA

Electrical Wiring: Principles & Practices

Electrical Wiring: Principles and Practices is a 32-hour training course that provides the student with entry-level electrical skills.

This course provides instruction in performing basic electrical tasks, including recognizing distinguishing characteristics of electrical systems and applying design principles and calculations for electrical distribution systems.

This course also provides the necessary foundation in electricity needed by those who wish to study the field of photovoltaics.

Topics covered include:

  • Electrical Systems and Materials
  • Basics of Electricity
    • Power generation
    • Energy calculations
    • Wiring types, ratings and applications
    • Electrical box sizing
  • Design Guidelines/Building Electrical Planning
    • Circuiting: series and parallel
    • Over-current protection and grounding
    • Direct current, alternating current and Ohm’s Law
    • Single-phase and three-phase electricity
    • Transformers
  • Step up and Step Down Types
    • Voltage drop
    • Electrical design procedures
    • Sizing, installation and layout of circuits
    • Sizing and installation requirements of electrical panelboards
  • Electrical Drafting Conventions

This course will be a mixture of lecture and electrical lab. Electrical safety for residential wiring will be discussed before any hands-on projects will be assigned. Multi-meters will be discussed and demonstrated on how to use on live electrical circuits.

Students are required to bring to class: straight and Phillips head screwdrivers, wire testers, pliers, needle nose pliers, wire strippers for solid wire, utility knife and safety glasses.

This course can be used to complete the Photovoltaic Systems Certificate.

Prerequisites: A minimum 10th grade level reading and math skills.

Textbook: Residential Wiring, 3rd ed., by Gary Rockis et al., approximately $60, will be available for purchase at the Viking's Cove Bookstore.

Location: Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus

Tuition: $640

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
32 hours, 3.2 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule
April 9 - May 7, 2019
Tuesday and Thursday: 6 - 10 p.m.
No class April 23

Heating & Air Conditioning Control Systems

This course covers the fundamentals of electrical theory, including magnetism, circuits, transformers and motors. The emphasis is on motors and controls found in HVAC equipment.

Classroom and lab time each week will include lectures and discussions. Reading assignments will be given from the textbook.

Upon completion of the course, you will be able to discuss and demonstrate a working knowledge of:

  • Series and parallel circuits
  • Various electrical meters
  • Schematic symbols and diagrams
  • AC and DC circuits
  • Electric motors
  • Electrical installation practices
  • Contractors and relays
  • Electrical control devices
  • Solid state controls

Each participant will receive a training certificate of completion.

Prerequisites: Minimum 10th grade reading, writing and math skill levels. Students should have completed either the Workforce Development courses "Heating Systems Service and Repair" or "Air Conditioning Systems Service and Repair," or have prior knowledge in HVAC and electricity.

Required Textbook: Approximately $160, Electricity for Refrigeration, Heating and Air Conditioning, 9th Edition, Russell E Smith, Delmar Publishers, will be available for purchase at the  Viking’s Cove Bookstore.

Location: Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus

Tuition: $840

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
42 hours, 4.2 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule
May 20 - June 25, 2019
Monday and Tuesday: 5 - 9 p.m.

Heating Systems Service & Repair

This Workforce Development course provides introductory training and lab activities in various heating systems using gas, oil and electric.

  • The fundamentals of heating systems, and the service and repair of these systems.
  • The testing of these systems for efficiency and safe operation.
  • Proper installation techniques.
  • Basic service and diagnostic procedures/fault diagnosis on each type of furnace and boiler.
  • Techniques on the proper use of meters, gauges and other diagnostic instruments.

The last day of the course will include a one-hour review and a two-hour exam.

Students are required to bring to class:

  • Safety glasses with side panels
  • Work gloves

Prerequisites: Minimum 9th Grade Reading, Writing, and Math Skills; Strong interest in the fundamentals of heating systems

Textbook: Approximately $160, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Technology, 8th edition, by Whitman & Johnson, will be available for purchase at the Viking’s Cove Bookstore.

Location: Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus

Tuition: $840

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
42 hours, 4.2 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule TBA

Refrigeration Introduction

This course provides you with training in the fundamentals of refrigeration theory, technology and systems. Training emphasizes the functions and characteristics of the refrigeration cycle and the integration of its components into a systems application. Coursework is accomplished in the classroom and lab each week. Each participant will receive a training certificate of completion.

The following modules are covered in the order listed:

  • Refrigerant Theory and Terminology
  • Temperature Pressure Relationships
  • Components in the Refrigerant Cycle:
    • compressors
    • evaporators
    • metering devices
    • condensers
    • piping accessories
    • piping arrangements
  • Refrigerants
    • refrigerant safety
    • refrigerant blends
  • Evacuation and Dehydration
  • Charging Methods
    • leak detection

The course will have a final exam on the last day of class.

Prerequisites: None

Textbook: Required, approximately $160, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Technology, 8th edition, by Whitman & Johnson, will be available for purchase at the Viking's Cove Bookstore.

Location: Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus

Tuition: $995

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
60 hours, 6.0 CEUs, Non-credit

Schedule TBA

Historic Preservation Carpentry I

This introductory course covers the basics of both preservation carpentry and building conservation, and will provide you with a working knowledge of basic carpentry skills and practices as well as historical construction methods. Construction styles from the 18th to the 20th century will be discussed and studied and you will be introduced to the various styles and forms of buildings which you may encounter. This course includes both lecture and hands-on lab components.

The course will cover:

  • An introduction to the safe and effective usage of power tools
  • An introduction to the safe and effective usage of hand tools
  • An overview of historical construction methods
  • Assessment of historical structures for problems and failures
  • Preservation philosophy and best practices
  • An introduction to various building techniques and styles found in the Capital District
  • Concepts of assessment and structural investigation

A presentation of assessments and final projects with recommendations will be required.

Requirement: Students in this course must take an OSHA 10-hour Construction safety course before the course ends. This course provides knowledge of the most common safety and health hazards found on construction sites and is available online from numerous sources.

Required Textbook: A Building History of New England, by James Garvin

Suggested Textbooks: Renovating Old Houses: Bringing New Life to Vintage Homes, by George Nash, and A Field Guide to American Houses, Revised Edition, by Virginia McAlester

Location: Peebles Island State Park, 1 Delaware Ave., Waterford

Tuition: $775
Additional Fees: Please request a list of required materials to purchase.

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
40 hours, 4.0 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule
March 12 - May 7, 2019
Tuesday: 6 - 9 p.m.
Saturday (March 23, April 6, April 27 and May 4): 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Historic Wood Window Rehabilitation

The course, in cooperation with the New York State Historic Preservation Office and the Historic Albany Foundation, will provide you with hands-on training in the traditional trade of historic window rehabilitation, including the repair of historic sashes, glazing, frames and weights. You will gain an understanding of fenestration systems used on 19th and 20th century buildings, as well as the basics of the field of historic preservation, weatherization techniques, and where to market your skills.

Students will:

  • Plan and execute a window rehabilitation project
  • Understand the repair process through lectures, observation and hands-on repair of wood frame windows in a workshop setting
  • Gain a broad overview of the history and evolution of windows in America, the materials and construction methods used, and an understanding of typical failures, and the methods used in repairs

Prerequisites: Students must complete an eight-hour EPA Lead Safe class before the final class meeting of this course, unless they provide proof of completion of the eight-hour EPA Lead Safe class within the last five years. The Lead Safe class will be offered free of charge to students enrolled in this Historic Wood Window Rehabilitation course. It is offered through the Cornell Cooperative Extension and the NY State Historic Preservation Office.

Textbook: The Window Sash Bible: a Guide to Maintaining and Restoring Old Wood Windows, by Steve Jordan, will be available for purchase at the Viking's Cove Bookstore.

Location: Peebles Island State Park, 1 Delaware Ave., Waterford, NY

Tuition: $775
Additional Fees: A materials fee will also be assessed. Please request a list of required materials to purchase.

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
40 hours, 4.0 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule TBA

Historic Masonry - Treatments & Repair

The course, in cooperation with the New York State Historic Preservation Office and Historic Albany Foundation, will provide participants with hands-on training in the traditional trade of masonry restoration, including documentation, cleaning, pointing, repairing and coatings.

Students will:

  • Plan and execute a masonry rehabilitation project with other members of the class
  • Understand the treatment and repair process through lectures, observation and hands-on repair at historic sites located in the Capital Region
  • Gain an understanding of masonry materials and their construction systems used in 19th and 20th century buildings and learn hands-on techniques for treatment and repair

Students who meet and/or exceed the classroom, workshop and field work requirements will earn a certificate of completion from the Office of Workforce Development and the New York State Historic Preservation Office (NYSHPO). With the assistance of NYSHPO, preservation groups throughout the state will assist in the distribution of a list to be shared with the public, of those students/contractors who earn the certificate.

Prerequisites: None

Textbook: Practical Building Conservation: Stone

Location: Peebles Island State Park, 1 Delaware Ave., Waterford, NY

Tuition: $825

Required Materials: Please request a list of required materials to purchase.

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
42 hours, 4.2 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule
May 30 - July 25, 2019
Thursday: 6 - 9 p.m.
Saturday (June 22, June 29, July 13 and July 20): 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Revit® - Introduction

Introduction to Revit® offers students intensified training in 3D computer-aided drafting (CAD), and building information modeling (BIM), using Autodesk® Revit®.

The course provides students with an overview of Revit® software, focusing on light commercial project applications.  This training is ideal for individuals/firms interested in updating or switching from 2D CAD to 3D and BIM.

Students will participate in the following activities:

  • Producing 2D and 3D drawings
  • Importing AutoCAD drawings and images into Revit®
  • Understanding how Revit® helps with conflict avoidance of beams, pipes and HVAC ductwork before construction.
  • Demonstrating Revit® plotting and sheets
  • Creating/customizing title blocks
  • Demonstrating advanced Revit® commands to create custom components (doors, windows, casework), walls and roofs.
  • Completing presentation and working drawings.

Prerequisites: Minimum 10th-grade reading and math skills; computer skills, including familiarity with navigating the Windows operating system.

Location: 400 Jordan Rd., Rensselaer Technology Park, Troy OR Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus

Tuition: $625
This course is approved for VA Education Training Benefits!

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
30 hours, 3.0 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule TBA

Revit® - Intermediate

Improve your skills with this newly created intermediate-level course, which is a continuation of Introduction to Revit®! Pick-up where you left off and learn important topics such as: creating office templates, custom titleblocks, presentation drawings and the collaboration features available in Revit® Architecture 2015.

You will have the opportunity to work together with other students on a small commercial project. Not as fast-paced as the introductory course, this intermediate course will focus more on the daily office environment use of Revit®, so students can immediately apply what is learned in class to their workplace.

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to manipulate through Revit®, using intermediate skills to develop a set of construction documents.

Prerequisites: Minimum 10th grade reading and math skills, computer skills, including Windows operating system, Introduction to Revit® or basic Revit® use/knowledge.

Location: 400 Jordan Rd., Rensselaer Technology Park, Troy OR Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus

Tuition: $625
This course is approved for VA Education Training Benefits!

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
30 hours, 3.0 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule
May 6 - 23, 2019
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 5:30 - 9 p.m.

Revit® - MEP Basics

Revit MEP Basics enables those who have worked with the software to expand their knowledge in designing for the mechanical, electrical and plumbing trades. We will use office standards with templates that include annotation styles, pre-set views, sheets, schedules, creating basic element types and families. Prior to starting this course, you should be comfortable with the fundamentals of Revit and have a knowledge of basic techniques.

Those who successfully complete the course will:

  • Develop skills using office standards with templates
  • Understand how to use proper templates for each trade - mechanical, electric and plumbing - in conjunction with architectural model.
  • Create 3D drawings for presentations
  • Apply knowledge in real world drawing projects

Prerequisites:

  • Minimum 10th‐grade reading and math skills
  • Computer skills, including Windows operating system
  • Revit® - Introduction course or basic Revit® Architecture or MEP use/knowledge

Location:Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus

Tuition: $485

Delivery of Course:

Instructor-Led (Classroom)
20 hours, 2.0 CEUs, Non-Credit

Schedule
Feb. 18 - March 5, 2019
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 5:30 - 8 p.m.

Online Independent Courses: LEED Green Building

In response to growing demands, sustainable design and green building practices have increasingly taken center stage. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, is the most widely used green building system in the world. Obtaining a LEED professional credential signals that an individual is a leader in environmentally friendly and sustainable design.

LEED® Green Associate Exam Prep

This self-paced course introduces key concepts and terms to prepare you to earn the LEED® Green Associate v4™ accreditation. The course is divided into modules that explain LEED® process, LEED® certification, and the knowledge domains associated with the seven LEED® rating systems, in a simple and straightforward way that can be quickly and easily understood.

Throughout the course, comprehension and understanding of important topics will be tested through challenging exercises and interactive games. Quizzes and tests will also be employed to ensure that you have a clear grasp of the critical details you'll need to know as a LEED Green Associate™.

Please note: this course does not include the exam.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the structure and requirements of the LEED Green Associate™ Exam
  • Explain and apply the key concepts found in the LEED® rating systems
  • Differentiate green building practices and their associated environmental, economic and social benefits.
  • Begin preparation to earn your LEED Green Associate™ accreditation with confidence

Tuition: $299

Delivery of Course:

Online Independent (Ask the Expert Available in Course)
Estimated 14 hours, 1.4 CEUs, Non-Credit
Access time: 180 days

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