Industrial Maintenance Technician
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IntroductionThis noncredit, 9 month, 368 hour, 6 course program prepares you to work in the high-demand profession of Industrial Maintenance. Industrial Maintenance Technicians typically earn wages between $14 and $23 per hour. In the IMT program, you will learn basic knowledge and skills necessary to assemble, install, troubleshoot, repair, and modify various types of equipment and automated systems in manufacturing and commercial facilities. You learn to interact with other team members, operators, suppliers, and customers to perform your job responsibilities and help improve the company's competitiveness. Upon successful completion, you will be awarded an Industrial Maintenance Technician Level 1 Certificate. Successful completers may also request the transfer of up to 9 hours of coursework for credit in Grayson College’s Advanced Manufacturing OR Electrical Technology programs.
- Industrial Maintenance Technology
- Electrical Theory
- Motor Control
- Programmable Logic Controllers I
- Hydraulics and Pneumatics
- Industrial Troubleshooting
- August 24, 2020 - May 13, 2021
- MTWR, 8:00am – 10:45am
- Location: Career & Technology Center, Grayson College Main Campus, Denison
- Room: Mechatronics Lab (East end of CTC bldg)
Tuition$4000 - Tuition covers all books and supplies necessary for class. Students are responsible for wearing safety toe boots to class.
Admission RequirementsThere are no admission requirements for the program, but students are advised that graded coursework includes mathematical operations at the algebra I level. If an interested student is not proficient in mathematical operations to an algebra I level, he/she can receive additional help from Grayson College’s math lab and/or adult education program. A math pre-test is also available for prospective students to assess their ability to perform the required math functions.
- Basic Electrical Theory- ELPT 1311
- Motor Control- ELPT 1441
- Programmable Logic Controllers I- ELPT 2319