INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC
The Industrial Maintenance Mechanic performs routine maintenance on production equipment such as die casting, plastic manufacturing, food processing, machining and automated woodworking equipment. The job responsibilities include adjusting machines, scheduling preventative maintenance, changing filters, troubleshooting and repairing production machines. The Industrial Maintenance Mechanic must be able to complete detailed tasks in today`s high speed production environment. The mechanic will read electrical, fluid power and mechanical schematics to ensure machines are operating efficiently.
Fluid Power Engineering Technology
Credits: Total Occupational Certificate Credits 18
Award Outcomes: |
Industrial Maintenance Mechanics are employed in the die casting, plastics, food processing, printing, precision metal and woodworking industries. Coursework involves a broad curricula of industrial electricity, hydraulic and pneumatics and blueprint reading. Emphasis will be hands-on training repairing and testing of hydraulic and pneumatic equipment.
|Technical Studies Required: 18 Credits|
Fluid Power Technology I 3
Fluid Power Technology II 4
Pneumatic Components 4
Pumps, Actuators, and Conductors 4
Industrial Electricity I 3
Pneumatic Circuits and Air Logic 4
|Technical Studies Electives: 0 Credits|
|General Education Required: 0 Credits|
|General Education Electives: 0 Credits|