Graduates of the industrial maintenance technician program leave with the ability to install, maintain and troubleshoot industrial mechanical drives; fluid power systems; industrial electrical control systems; process logical control systems; and fabricate and repair industrial equipment.
The maintenance technician must be a multi-talented individual with a specific skill set that can keep equipment and machinery operating at peek performance, in order to eliminate costly down-time.
Students in the Industrial Maintenance Technician program learn theory and experience hands-on opportunities in welding, hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical maintenance, electricity and programmable logical control (PLC's), all of which are necessary for a successful career in the maintenance field. Both day and evening classes are offered on main campus.
Employment can be found as an industrial maintenance technician , (multi-craft) maintenance mechanic, maintenance technician, maintenance specialists, maintenance electrician, or maintenance lead/supervisor.