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INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY

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The vision of Industrial Maintenance is to promote safety standards, performance standards, enhance leadership, provide relevant curriculum, and to be vital to the education of all students.

Industrial Maintenance is the lifeline of today’s industry. Industrial Maintenance programs will provide a structured yet flexible training program for those interested in developing the technical skills required to keep industry operating. Maintenance technicians will be trained to be proficient in many different areas including plant safety, electromechanical equipment, industrial rigging, reading technical schematics, bearings, lubrication, centrifugal pumps, alignment, piping systems, mechanical drives, hydraulics/pneumatics, industrial electricity, motor controls, vibration analysis, troubleshooting, machining and welding. The field of Industrial Maintenance employs techniques from physics, engineering, and decision analysis for the repair and maintenance of all equipment used in industrial facilities.

 


INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY

CAREER PATHWAYS

2015-2016

 

TRACK INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE ELECTRICAL PATHWAY

CIP  47.0303.99

PATHWAY DESCRIPTION: The TRACK Industrial Maintenance Electrical Pathway is designed as a pre-apprenticeship pathway for technical students to enter a USDOL Registered Electrical Apprenticeship program. Representatives from Kentucky Electrical Apprenticeship Committees chose 4 courses from the IMT valid course list. These courses will prepare the student with the required skills to enter a four year Electrical Apprenticeship. Additional courses are also listed enhancing the students skill set. Each student must pass an End of Program assessment and complete 8 OSHA Safety modules listed on The Kentucky Labor Cabinet website. Upon completion the student will receive a pre-apprenticeship industry certification and be considered for an interview for an Electrical Apprenticeship. Upon acceptance into an apprenticeship program, the sponsoring entity will determine how much credit is awarded to the student for prior learning. The OCTE Manufacturing consultant will be able to provide a list of participating ELECTRICAL apprenticeship programs.

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ILP-RELATED CAREER TITLES

 

Foundational Skills Necessary for Career-Ready Measure:
(KOSSA/Industry Certification)

 

Complete (4) FOUR REQUIRED CREDITS:

 

  • 470322 Industrial Maintenance Electrical Principles
  • 470348 Industrial Maintenance Electrical Motor Controls
  • 470330 Industrial  Maintenance of PLC
  • 470318 Maintaining Industrial Equipment

 

Additional coursework to ENHANCE pathway:

 

  • 470317 Basic Troubleshooting*
  • 470365 HVAC Electricity (Ind.Maint)

 

 

Note:  (*) Indicates half-credit (.5) course

 

Engineer Technician

Maintenance Mechanic

Fluid Power Mechanic

Maintenance Machinist

Refrigeration Technician

Electrical Engineer

Industrial Engineer

Mechanical Engineer