Sep 17, 2021  

Industrial Maintenance Certificate

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Purpose: This certificate program provides an organized approach to electrical and mechanical service and repair applications. The curriculum is designed to provide a broad range of experiences in industrial service and repair shops.

Occupational Objectives: Building Maintenance Worker • Factory Maintenance Worker • Helper - Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Worker • Industrial Engineering Technician • Maintenance Assistant • Maintenance Mechanic • Maintenance Serviceperson • Maintenance Repair Worker • Maintenance Worker • Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Manager

Admission Requirements: Applicants should possess a high school diploma or equivalent or be 18 years of age and able to benefit from instruction.

Program Requirements: The curriculum in Industrial Maintenance is designed to prepare qualified maintenance personnel for institutional, industrial, or commercial plants. The student who completes the program should be prepared to do various types of standard electrical installations, welding and basic lathe and milling machine operations. The program also prepares students to maintain air conditioners and repair small engines. Options may be elected if a person has a definite need for more specialized work in a specific field. Upon satisfactory completion of the program, students will receive a certificate in Industrial Maintenance.

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Two-Semester (One Year) Program

Total: 17 credits

Second Semester (Spring)

Total: 15 credits

Total Minimum Credits: 32

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