Industrial Maintenance Technicians are in strong demand in today's automated workplace. Members of this trade work in industrial plants installing, troubleshooting, repairing and maintaining automated machinery found in an industrial plant, including conveyors, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, and robotics. This career field can be particularly challenging, due to the responsibility of ensuring that production processes run smoothly and preventing costly breakdowns.
The aim of this program is to prepare individuals for successful entry-level positions in industry or upgrade their present skills by providing exposure to all aspects of the manufacturing, production and maintenance needs of industry. Students will acquire skills through theory, hands-on experience, and Internships.
The program is divided into separate training modules. To complete the IMT program, students must complete the following classes:
- Computer Basics
- Blueprint Reading
- Safety and Health Practices for the Technician
- Industrial Electricity: Parts I, II and III
- Industrial Motor Controls: Parts I, II and III
- Programmable Logic Controllers: Parts I, II and III
- Industrial Mechanics - Elective
- Industrial Electronics, Part I and II
- Fluid Power, Pneumatics & Hydraulics
- Preventive Maintenance