Next module scheduled in home repair course for women
The Electrical Repairs module in Home Repair Resource Center’s (HRRC) women’s repair series will begin on Sept. 5, with weekly sessions on Wednesday evenings through Oct. 24. Applications are now being accepted.
Eight two-hour classes will be offered, including Intro to Electricity; Replacing Switches & Outlets; Running a New Circuit; Practical Troubleshooting; Lighting Options; Low-Voltage Systems (Landscape Lighting/Doorbells/Phone Lines); Ceiling Fans; and Exhaust Fans.
Participants will receive personal attention and hands-on experience in a supportive and nurturing atmosphere, with opportunities to practice tool use and repair techniques. Absolutely no previous experience is required.
The four modules in HRRC's Home How-To for Women course can be taken in sequence or individually. Each module is limited to 18 women. The program is open to all Northeastern Ohio homeowners. Tuition is $120 per module for Cleveland Heights residents and $150 for nonresidents, with reduced rates for low-income Cleveland Heights residents.
For more information, interested women can go to http://www.hrrc-ch.org/programs/home-how-to-for-women or call Becky Stager at 216-381-6100, ext. 16.
Becky Stager has been the Home Repair Education Coordinator at HRRC since 1989. Visit www.hrrc-ch.org or call 216-381-6100 for more information on programs and services.