Our Basic Industrial Maintenance course is designed to prepare students for careers as an entry level industrial machinery and maintenance technicians.
- Industrial maintenance technicians keep plant machinery and equipment up and running so that production can continue with minimal downtime. Graduates of the Basic Industrial Maintenance course will be able to maintain, calibrate and troubleshoot equipment most commonly used in high-tech manufacturing facilities while adhering to safety, health and environmental rules and regulations.
- Designed to give the students an overview of Basic Maintenance Operations, Basic Mechanical Systems, Basic Hydraulic Systems, Basic Pneumatic Systems, Electrical Systems, and Automatic Control Systems. The student will receive approximately 330 hours of instructional time. Classroom instruction is reinforced with hands on lab instruction. The course is supplemented by e-learning instruction using Amatrol individual self-paced modules. The modules are endorsed by NIMS (National Institute for Metalworking Skills). The hands on labs are taught on customized trainers that are designed to reinforce the e-learning modules.
17 Weeks / 330 Hours / 66 Student Days
Mon – Thu: 3–8 PM
Located at the Mount Joy Campus
Funding for this program is available through a grant.
This program is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education – https://council.org/