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Get the skills you need to be successful with only 4 courses


Our program prepares entry-level industrial maintenance technicians who call upon a variety of skills in electronic, mechanical and digital systems to repair and maintain large and complex machines to perform their work.  Students will use a variety of resources through on-line, classroom and hands-on training!
 

Basic Manufacturing Skills 
Basic Manufacturing Skills is the first course in the 4-course Industrial Maintenance Technician Program Will prepare you for entry-level positions with regional manufacturers.   It is a highly specialized course based on the techniques and interrelationships found in high performance manufacturing and production. Instruction focuses on the critical actions, knowledge, systems, and processes necessary to participate in an advanced manufacturing enterprise. Activities include a focus on spacial reasoning, mechanics, math and measurement, fluid power and thermodynmics, electricity, chemistry, quality and continuous improvement practices, and advanced manufacturing processes and production. Participants develop high performance skills through demonstrations, lectures, self-paced studies, labs, technical presentations, critical thinking, problem solving, and individual/group activities in order to demonstrate the core set of skills and knowledge necessary to prepare for sustained careers in the high performance manufacturing environment. At the end of this course students will be eligible to take the Manufacturing Technician Level 1 (MT1) Exam from the Manufacturing Skills Institute to earn the MT1 Certificate. For more information on the MT1 credential, visit:
Credential: Manufacturing Technician Level 1 (MT1)Exam

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Manufacturing Maintenance
Manufacturing Maintenance is the second course in the 4-course Industrial Maintenance Technician Program. prepares entry-level industrial maintenance technicians who call upon a variety of skills in electronic, mechanical and digital systems to repair and maintain large and complex machines to perform their work. Through on-line, classroom and hands-on training, students will build skills in an array of mechanical, electrical and technological areas including welding and maintenance, mechanical systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, electrical control systems and PLCs - Programmable Logic Controllers. For more information on the Siemens Level 1.
Credential: 
Siemens Level 1 Certification
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Welding FCAW
This is the Third course. Students will learn Flux-Core Arc Welding (FCAW) methods. FCAW processes allow for high quality, versatility, out-of-position welding capability. FCAW processes are used by manufacturers, industry and in construction.
Credential Qualification: If successful, students will earn an American Welding Society Qualification for FCAW welding methods. Upon course completion, welding coupons will be inspected by a Certified Welding Inspector (CWI)


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Welding GMAW
This is the Fourth courseStudents will learn Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) methods. GMAW processes are used by industry, maintenance repair and hobbyists. GMAW is fast and economical and is used for welding thin-gauge metal as well as heavy plate.
Credential Qualification: If successful, students will earn an American Welding Society Qualification for GMAW welding methods. Upon course completion, welding coupons will be inspected by a Certified Welding Inspector (CWI)

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