A Certificate of Technical Studies in Industrial Maintenance trains people to work as multi-craft maintenance workers in industrial or petrochemical plants. Students who complete the program have the ability to do routine maintenance on pumps, valves, and other machinery and also do small-scale fabrication and repairs on metal components. Students learn safety, rigging, material handling, basic construction math, and job seeking skills. Students learn some basic maintenance procedures and when to recommend more expert intervention.
The courses can also be counted toward an Associate of Applied Science degree in Process Technology.
Must earn a grade of “C” or better in each course.
|Electives in CNST, HVAC, or ELEC||6|
|INDT 1100||Intro to Industrial Maintenan||1|
|INDT 1120||Material Handling||2|
|INDT 1200||Metal Fabrication||3|
|INDT 1210||Preventative Maintenance||4|