Industrial Equipment Maintenance
Credential:AIM Program, OSHA 10
-Fundamentals of Industrial Maintenance (core)
-Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems (core)
-Fundamentals of Welding Technology (core)
-Electrical Maintenance (core)
-Industrial and Commercial Wiring
-Advanced Manufacturing III
-Advanced Manufacturing IV
Electrical/HydraulicSystems Maintenance Technician, Manufacturing Technician,
Field Service Technician, Process Control Technician,
Industrial Safety Engineer, Industrial Management.
$30,000.00 - $80,000.00 +
Salary is determined by level and degree of education,
location, and specific industry.
In progressive and rapidly advancing world of
industry and technology, there is a great demand for
knowledgeable, multi-skilled maintenance technicians.
Employers seek professional technicians who can install,
maintain, and repair sophisticated equipment and systems,
as well as envision and create more efficient and reliable
The Industrial Equipment Maintenance Program is designed
to prepare students for careers in industry as technicians,
engineers and managers. This program prepares students planning
a career as an electrical/hydraulic systems maintenance technician,
and students planning to pursue a two or four year college degree in
areas of electrical, mechanical, or industrial engineering.
Subjects of study include principals of industrial safety, fundamentals
of industrial maintenance, hydraulic and electrohydraulic systems, industrial electrical and mechanical system
industrial electrical systems and motor controls, programmable logic control,
and installation of electrical and mechanical systems in industrial engineering.