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|Industrial Maintenance Fundamentals Certificate
||Engineering and Applied Technology
Total Units: 11
Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
The Industrial Maintenance Technician Skills Certificate prepares individuals for employment as electro-mechanical maintenance technicians in high tech manufacturing. Instruction is provided in the fundamentals of electronics, programmable logic controllers, rotating machinery, and mathematics.
This program was created in cooperation with local high tech manufacturing companies that have a need for trained maintenance technicians. Currently, the demand for these technicians is on the rise. Possible job titles include: technician, electronic technician, machine technician/specialist, machine operator, maintenance worker, maintenance mechanic.
- Write complex programs for Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) for at least two manufacturers' systems.
- Identify and troubleshoot PLC program problems.
- Operate and maintain AC and DC motors, generators and controllers.
- Implement safety procedures in the workplace.
- Perform mathematical computations related to voltage, current, power and duty cycle.
- Understand safety codes and regulations applied to usage of industrial equipment and industrial working environment.
The requirements for the Industrial Maintenance Fundamentals Certificate program are:
Complete 11 units from
- Industrial Maintenance Fundamentals Requirements
|Industrial Maintenance Fundamentals Requirements - complete 11.00 units|
|ELEC 153||Programmable Logic Controllers||3.00|
|ELEC 154||Rotating Machinery||3.00|
|Complete any combination totaling at least 3.00 units from the following:|
|ELEC 51A||Fundamentals of Electricity||3.00|
|ELEC 54A||Direct and Alternating Current Theory||3.00|
|Complete any combination totaling at least 2.00 units from the following:|
|DET 184||Mobile Hydraulic Systems||3.00|
|MACH 51.1A||Beginning Machine Tool Technology||3.00|
|WEOC 99||Occupational Work Experience||0.50-8.00|
|WEOC 99I||Internship Occupational Work Experience||0.50-8.00|
|WELD 170||Beginning Welding: Fundamentals of Arc and Gas Welding||2.00|
The requirements for this program of study are effective beginning the semester shown above. If you began working on this program before the effective semester, you may not be affected by the changes. Consult with the program contact person or the department chair to determine your eligibility to complete the program under previous requirements.
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