Industrial Maintenance (w/ Hydraulics/Pneumatics)

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    Program Description

    Industrial maintenance technicians work in manufacturing plants where they operate, maintain and troubleshoot industrial machines. The job requires diagnostics, equipment maintenance and parts replacement.

    Credential Potential

    Successful completers of this program can earn OSHA and MSSC certifications, and have a State Certificate for completed hours.

    Student Gainful Employment Data

    Click here to view recent data regarding cost, financing, completion and job placement for the Industrial Maintenance (w/ Hydraulics/Pneumatics) program.

    Program Courses (click on box):

    Electricity I

    Electricity I, 150 Hours

    This introductory course is for persons without electrical background.

    Topics will include:

    • Residential Wiring
    • Single Pole Switching
    • 3-Way Switching, 4-Way Switching
    • Split Receptacle Wiring
    • GFCI Ground Fault Receptacle Wiring
    • ARC Fault Receptacle Wiring
    • NEC code topics
    • Main Breaker Panel Installation
    • Residential Low voltage Wiring for Internet and Phone
    • Wiring Sizing
    • Breaker Selection

    Use of electrical tools will include electrical multi-meter and cable testers. Introduction to commercial/industrial electrical wiring methods to include EMT conduit bending. Standard across the line motor starter wiring for single and remote start stop stations. Electrical symbols, wiring diagram class for industrial controls, and heater selection for motor protection. Tools list supplied by instructor.

    Availability of programs and courses are dependent on enrollment and the approval of administration.

    Electricity II

    Electricity II, 150 hours

    This class is designed to further the student’s knowledge and ability in modern industrial electricity and includes an in-depth study of A.C. motors, A.C. motor controls, and transformers. This course also includes a 10-hour OSHA class.

    Topics include:

    • Motor construction
    • Three-phase motor theory
    • Single-phase motors
    • Multi-speed motors
    • Interlocking motors
    • Reversing starters
    • Multi-speed control
    • NEC Code for motor control
    • Troubleshooting machinery control circuits
    • Introduction to electronics for industry
    • Basic theory of industrial lighting and electrical heating design
    • Pprogrammable controllers
    • Variable frequency drives
    • Advanced electrical safety

    Availability of programs and courses are dependent on enrollment and the approval of administration.

    Welding

    Welding, 64 Hours

    Introduction to DC Arc Welding using the 6010 and 7018 electrode in flat, horizontal, and vertical positions.

    Topics to include:

    • Oxygen acetylene cutting with the hand torch
    • Track burning machine
    • Equipment operation
    • Material setup
    • Safe work procedures

    Availability of programs and courses are dependent on enrollment and the approval of administration.

    Mechanical I

    Mechanical I, 88 Hours

    (Basic Machine Shop)

    This class is an introduction to machine shop practices and includes a 10 hour OSHA class. Tools are required and the tool list will be provided by the instructor.

    Topics include:

    • Safety
    • Precision
    • Measuring instruments
    • Filing and sawing
    • Beginning vertical milling machine operations
    • Horizontal band saw operation
    • Chucking lathe operations
    • Drill press operations
    • Hand threading
    • Machine shop blueprint reading

    Availability of programs and courses are dependent on enrollment and the approval of administration.

    Mechanical II

    Mechanical II, 148 Hours

    This class is a continuation of Mechanical I and includes an introduction to maintenance practices, robotics and CNC Programming.

    Topics include:

    • Lathe threading and boring and milling keyways
    • Bearing vibration analysis and rotating member balancing
    • Bearing installation
    • V-belt alignment
    • Shaft alignment
    • Fanuc 6 axis robotic material handling programming
    • Vertical 3-Axis CNC mill programming
    • MSSC (Manufacturing Skill Standards Council) Maintenance Awareness Certification Exam


    Availability of programs and courses are dependent on enrollment and the approval of administration.

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    Program Length

    700

    Clock Hours

    Aug – Jun (10 Months)
    Mon-Thu 5pm – 9pm plus some Saturdays March – June.
    Strict attendance is required

    Tuition & Fees

    $5600 + Additional Expenses
    Additional Expenses Include:

    • Tool List – approximately $600
    • Application Fee $50

    Financial aid is available to qualifying students. Click here for more info.

    Admission

    Admission process starts in March and continues through August. WorkKeys testing is required but results will not prohibit enrollment. Click here for more info.

    Availability of programs and courses are dependent on enrollment and the approval of administration.

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